On this week's Electric Libertyland Brian McWilliams looks at the latest on the Iran Deal, the government's "best month ever" for revenue, social justice warriors losing their minds over cultural appropriation, and America finally defunding the radical propagandist group "The White Hats." He also may have something to say about Seattle's proposed "Amazon" tax.
On this week's Electric Libertyland, host Brian McWilliams is joined by author and comedian Bridget Phetasy. Bridget is a sex columnist for Playboy, while also finding a home as a voice of reason in between the politicized parties as a contributor to The Federalist and on her Twitter account @BridgetPhetasy.
Brian and Bridget discuss her recent experiment wearing a Tucker Carlson t-shirt in L.A. and "bursting bubbles" of isolated thought, as well as get into Kanye's very public Trump support blowing people's minds and Hank Azaria's renouncing of his famous Apu character on "The Simpsons."
This is an episode not to be missed.
On this week's Electric Libertyland host Brian McWilliams rails a bit about Rand Paul's flipping opposition to Mike Pompeo's Secretary of State nomination, then welcomes in journalist Ford Fischer of News2Share.com to discuss his experience on the ground in Newnan, GA covering a neo nazi rally that drew far more Antifa than nazis. The Georgia event resulted in conflicts between the massive police force in attendance and counter-protesters, both of whom outnumbered event organizers many times over.
Brian and Ford then move on to discuss questions of the state's duty to protect free speech vs. simply stand back to allow it, and where that line is drawn. Finally, the pair look at a conversation Ford had with sex workers following the passing of the FOSTA Sex Trafficking bill that has curtailed free speech online and damaged sex workers' ability to make a living, while arguably doing nothing to stop actual sex trafficking.
On this week's Electric Libertyland, Brian McWilliams starts off sharing some observations about his recent trip to Japan and the harrowing tale of his imprisonment in a celebrity's driveway in Hollywood. He then voices concerns about Trump bombing Syria and asks if US military members' lives are simply exchangeable for any life across the globe that happens to be in jeopardy? Finally, Brian wraps up hitting London's murder rate, ridiculous Pulitzer prizes for "collusion" reporting and the travesty of the FOSTA Act.
On this week's Electric Libertyland, host Brian McWilliams wades through a river of news including the March for Our Lives, Killer Mike spitting truth on gun rights then bitching out, a PA school's bizarre yet hilarious plan for student defense, Rand Paul's spending bill tweet storm and Zombie Bolton refusing to die. Also...is there actually a reason to support Mitch McConnell?
On this week's Electric Libertyland, Brian McWilliams breaks down the lowlights of Bernie Sanders' "Inequality in America" Town Hall, which featured intellectual "heavyweights" including Michael Moore, a VP of the Auto Workers Union and Elizabeth Warren among others. Brian then goes on to hit on some current events, such as Youtube comedian Count Dankula facing jail time, and China's "Social Credit Score."
On today's Electric Libertyland, host Brian McWilliams jumps into a torrent of recent news including: Trump's death penalty desires for drug dealers, no collusion says the GOP, a new female CIA takes over leadership of the spooks, an old CIA leader takes over as Secretary of State, plus Hillary Clinton slips down stairs and over her own idiotic viewpoints in India. Bonus: Brian yells about local government in Los Angeles taking away traffic lanes to facilitate "safe" streets that have had the opposite effect.
On this week's Electric Libertyland, Brian McWilliams gives his take on gun violence in America in regards to mass shooting events, and why any debate on taking away the right to bear arms is completely pointless. Is mental health behind these events or is it a culture fostered by the people who hate guns the most?
It's not all doom and gloom though, as Brian also discusses the comically irrelevant Mueller Russia indictments and the author of "Democracy Unchained" linking autism with being libertarian.
On this week's Electric Libertyland, host Brian McWilliams staples together his thoughts on Trump's State of the Union address, the latest on the Nunes memo, Venezuela's impending military coup, and afterthoughts on his beloved Philadelphia Eagles winning the Super Bowl. Also, the Libertarian Party made quite a few enemies after ostracizing Ron Paul.
On this week's Electric Libertyland, Brian McWilliams brings in Remso W. Martinez of the "Remso Republic" podcast. Brian and Remso discuss his recent getaway from Rabid Republicans and his new documentary "American Statesman: The Nick Freitas Story." Then they transition to talk about Hillary Clinton's appearance on the Grammy's, Burger King taking on Net Neutrality, and finish up with a discussion on "Star Wars: The Last Jedi."