Episode

3/21 Casual Friday: Guy Lawson & Michael Ian Black

March 21, 2014

Journalist Guy Lawson explains how the Bush Administration’s Afghanistan arms purchasing policies helped shape the modern crisis with Russia, how the Pentagon relied on Miami Beach stoners for arms purchases, the domestic politics of Russia and America, how the United States circumvented their own laws on arm sales, Bernie Madoff’s shocking new prison interview, the differences and similarities between Wall Street fraudsters Bernie Madoff and Sam Israel and who Madoff’s favorite and least favorite politicians are.

Michael Ian Black explains why the Malaysia flight was a false flag carried out by CNN, what CNN’s next false flag will be, Michael’s new National Geographic show, why his podcast is “hard”, the advantage of working on garbage and Michael told everybody to watch Airplane, again.

On The Fun Half: Catholic League President Bill Donohue, wants to march with “straight is great” sign at the summers NYC Pride parade, is Libertarianism a religion? How Ezra Klein’s new media venture is going and your calls and IMs.

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