Episode

10/2 Casual Friday: Cliff Schecter & Andy Kindler

October 2, 2015

Cliff Schecter on why the latest mass shooting literally means there is blood on the hands of anti gun control Congresspeople. The NRA’s battle against American public safety. President Obama’s passionate statement on the Oregon shooting. Why guns are more dangerous than terrorism. President Obama tell us its time to politicize these issues. The problem with Bernie Sanders rhetoric on guns. The white male regression and the Planned Parenthood hearings. The most likely next Republican leader, Kevin Mccarthy admits Benghazi is all about politics. Why the Republicans are not a real political party anymore

Andy Kindler talks with Sam about his time in standup comedy. Andy’s war with Piers Morgan. Piers calls Kindler an “obsessive little weirdo”. When in your career can you just tweet at people. What to make of Donald Trump. The pundit weasels and Donald Trump as a bad insult comic and Andy’s next comedy appearances.

On The Fun Half: we get a drunk caller who makes more sense than libertarians. Bernie Sanders raises big money from small donors. Bernie Sanders responds to Jeb Buhs’s “free stuff” comments on CBS News and your calls and IMs.

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