Episode

4/25 Casual Friday: Cliff Schecter & Matt Walsh

April 25, 2014

Political strategist Cliff Schecter explains Cliven Bundy’s new mishaps, Bundy’s shocking racism and ignorance, what Bundy “wonders” about slavery, why he thinks Martin Luther King Jr. would be on his side, the conservative victim mindset, how Bundy gets everything backwards, how is what Cliven Bundy said different from what Paul Ryan said about the social safety net? Is Cliven Bundy on welfare, Libertarians and Neo-Confederates, why Bundy matters to the right, Georgia passes new insane gun law, why guns can be carried in Churches bars and airports in Georgia now, Gun culture and race, the Obama Administration’s cave and failure on Net Neutrality and the absurd justifications for not reclassify Internet Providers as “commons carriers.”

Comedian and Veep actor Matt Walsh explains that he is on Veep and not House of Cards, Sam says something inappropriate in front of Matt’s son, who is the real star of Veep? Matt hosts the American Comedy Awards, why Veep is shot in Baltimore, what its like working with Armando Iannucci, Matt’s upcoming appearance on Fox & Friends, rivalries on the Veep set and Matt suggested Enders Game and the The Counselor.

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