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More news in one podcast than liberals will give you in a lifetime! It's a comedic, satirical look at the news of the week. Where common sense overrides political correctness. I may not always be right but I will always be truthful to my heart in the moment. My goal is to inform and entertain. But more importantly to give you a place to come where you can see you are not alone. There are more people than you imagine who feel the exact same way you do.
 
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This week’s edition of the Three Whisky VERY Happy Hour revels in schadenfreude over the spectacle of the left freaking out over the election results on Tuesday. As political philosophers we try to go beyond the usual political punditry to get at the heart of the matter, explaining why the left’s dime-store Hegelian historicism (“the side of histor…
 
It’s called Christmas Creep: the phenomena of decorating for Christmas earlier and earlier. Forty-three percent of us skip Thanksgiving and go directly from Halloween to Christmas. Why? Because Christmas – the season of hope, love, joy and peace – extols the very qualities our world so desperately needs. Because Jesus is the hope we’re looking for.…
 
Back in the sixties Ronald Reagan liked to quip, “A liberal’s idea of being tough on crime is giving longer suspended sentences.” Today’s liberals don’t even bother with lenient sentences; instead, in our current “defund the police, empty the prisons” mania, they don’t even bother charging many crimes or applying significant bail, as we saw in Wisc…
 
Reflections on The Doors of Perception by Aldous Huxley. https://bit.ly/3cGbq7H Books: The Edge: https://amzn.to/3Fa048e Taking My Life Back: https://amzn.to/3ACeYBQ If you enjoy the podcast and you would like to support our work you can become a patron of the podcast or simply buy me a coffee: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/unconventional…
 
It’s easy to feel hopelessness or even despair as we watch the world around us – from our families to, our nation, to our entire globe – descend into conflict and competition. In Ezekiel’s day, God’s people felt the same way as they saw their nation fall and God’s glory depart from their city. Ezekiel’s message to them should resonate with us: “God…
 
This week’s review of the news begins with the two huge stories that broke Friday—the acquittal of Kyle Rittenhouse (which is causing grief counselors for leftists to work overtime again), and the House passage of Biden’s so-called “Build Back Better” spendathon. The latter story may seem like a Biden/Democrat triumph, but in fact a closer look sho…
 
Joshua Holland kicks off this week's show recounting how his much-needed vacation turned out to be an awkward MAGA cruise. Then we are joined by Mary Trump, who answers the pressing question of which Trump spawn is the dumbest, explains how someone who has enjoyed a pampered life of privilege like Donald Trump could be so full of resentment and say…
 
The show will go on, but the podcast version of The Humanist Report will be coming to an end. This means we’ll still upload videos regularly to YouTube, Facebook and Means TV; however, the full episodes—along with its audio companions—will no longer be produced every week. The catalog of older full episodes, however, will continue to be available o…
 
It’s easy to feel hopelessness or even despair as we watch the world around us – from our families to, our nation, to our entire globe – descend into conflict and competition. In Ezekiel’s day, God’s people felt the same way as they saw their nation fall and God’s glory depart from their city. Ezekiel’s message to them should resonate with us: “God…
 
Steve actually turned up for this week’s show with three different whiskys in hand (Finlaggan, Lagavulin 8, and Bunnahabhain 12—in other words, Islay All the Way!), along with a sampling of the worst-reviewed whiskys ever, though these reviews pale in comparison to the reviews this episode’s panel gives to Democrats just now. Historian Richard Samu…
 
Guest host Michael Rogers is joined by activist Lauren Windsor to talk about how her team has used undercover video to expose the lies of public officials. Then Raw Story founder John Byrne discusses new reporting on the dark underbelly of TikTok. Playlist Bruce Springsteen: "Born in the U.S.A." Bruce Springsteen: "Born to Run"…
 
In this week’s show we’ll touch on a variety of issues, but especially highlight the COP26 conference taking place, which is proving to be the disappointment many expected. We’ll also discuss Build Back Better’s likely demise, Tulsi’s bizarre interview on Fox News, Josh Hawley’s sudden obsession with masculinity, Dennis Prager’s persecution complex…
 
This week we get into the controversy surrounding Aaron Rodgers' vaccination status and why it's overblown, some other developments in the world of vaccines, allegations that Eternals is the worst Marvel movie ever, and a guy who threw an alligator through a Wendy's drive-thru window.By Dustin Foree, Nate Robles
 
This week, Joshua Holland kicks off the show with a small rant about the right-wing scare campaign around what they call "Critical Race Theory." Then we're joined by WaPo's Paul Waldman to help us sift through the flood of lazy punditry that has followed this week's off-year elections. And then Philadelphia Inquirer columnist Will Bunch talks to us…
 
Welp, the prospect of Joe Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ reconciliation bill being transformative has essentially diminished entirely; Joe Manchin called the bluff of House progressives, and they folded immediately like a cheap deck of cards. We’ll talk about the implications of this as well as Bernie Sanders’ last ditch effort to—at the very least—pr…
 
It's a JUMBO celebration for our 50th Episode as we welcome the Bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Diocese of North America-the Rt. Rev. James Heiser- to discuss Church Discipline and the Office of the Keys. As this is also our Reformation Episode this year, we discuss the role of discipline in the Reformation and on down to our day as Pastors stri…
 
The title of this week’s episode—”Let’s go Bruno”—requires some explanation, though you’d be right in assuming that “Bruno” fills the same place as “Brandon” in the more familiar slogan of the moment. In this case it refers to the famous and celebrated child psychologist Bruno Bettelheim. Lucretia was struck by Ann Bauer’s searing article in The Ta…
 
Is it possible to enact $4 trillion in new spending on popular policies and piss everyone off in the process? Joshua Holland kicks off this week's show noting that Democrats are poised to achieve the unlikely feat. Then we're joined by David Pepper, former chair of the Ohio Democratic Party, to talk about his new book, Laboratories of Autocracy: A …
 
In this episode we’ll talk about the ongoing negotiations regarding Biden’s ‘Build Back Better’ act and how it’s a husk of what it once was—and why progressive lawmakers should reject it. We’ll also talk about the FCC and net neutrality, Elon Musk and the billionaire tax, Facebook’s profit-driven algorithm, Striketober, Joe Rogan’s hot take on pate…
 
Unfortunately we weren’t able to fix up the usual online recording session for this week’s Three Whisky Happy Hour, and attempted to assemble in person ahead of the Claremont Institute’s annual dinner at Huntington Beach, this year with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (who was terrific, by the way). But we were outside, with not enough time to get or…
 
The Prophets Habakkuk is unique; it is a conversation between God and the prophet, some of which was set to music. It is a text with deep feeling as Habakkuk expressed disappointment with his people and his sadness at the coming Babylonian oppression. His concluding psalm is one of resignation. He accepts the Lord’s will. He chooses joy in the mids…
 
In a BCBM First, we have 2 GUESTS to tackle the topic of funerals, death and burial of the body. Pastor Dan Mensing (Faith Lutheran, Tigard, OR) as well as Layman Jacob Glass (St. Patrick, Chipley, FL) help discuss the most frequent questions including the biblical view on Cremation and Burial as well as some more disturbing aspects of death. Sorta…
 
Reflections on Modern Man in Search of a Soul by Carl G. Jung. Modern Man in Search of a Soul: https://bit.ly/3Co3MJB Books: The Edge: https://amzn.to/3Fa048e Taking My Life Back: https://amzn.to/3ACeYBQ If you enjoy the podcast and you would like to support our work you can become a patron of the podcast or simply buy me a coffee: https://www.buym…
 
What do baseball and politics have in common? I have no idea, but Henry Olsen does. Actually, the kinds of data measurements we use in baseball can be applied to politics as well, and few do it better than Henry. So in this “classic format” episode, we talk about why President Biden is just biding his time in office, having squandered his election …
 
Joshua Holland kicks off this week's show with a rundown of the many lawsuits and scandals swirling around Facebook and its senior leadership. It's possible that the company that has contributed so much to the decline of liberal democracy may finally be facing a reckoning. Then we are joined by USA Today reporter Will Carless to talk about the Not …
 
In this episode it’s an all out dunk fest on Senator Joe ManCHILD (got ‘eem). We’ll talk about whether or not he’s Demexiting, his corruption, and progressive Senators calling him out. We’ll also discuss Kyrie Irving’s anti-vax stupidity, Tim Pool’s hot take on ‘Squid Game,’ Madison Cawthorn’s insanity, the continued fallout from Dave Chappelle’s T…
 
Keeping it light this week and discussing some of our biggest pet peeves from social media and everyday life, a woman who farted on her tattoo artist and landed both of them in the hospital, and the latest entry in the Halloween movie franchise, Halloween Kills.By Dustin Foree, Nate Robles
 
On this episode Brett Newski came to hang out with me and talk about his new book "It's Hard to Be a Person." Anxiety doesn't have to be all bad! Newski been featured on Rolling Stone, NPR, American Songwriter, SiriusXM, Boston Globe, and Billboard. He continues to tour over 100 dates per year. He's also the host of the popular podcast, Dirt from t…
 
How differently would our lives look if we focused more on what is timeless and less on what is temporary? Isaiah frequently pointed out God’s eternal nature, and the folly of chasing after the fleeting pleasures of our earthly existence. The earth, and all that is in it will disappear. Yet, “the stuff of earth competes for the allegiance I owe onl…
 
In this Episode, Pastors Warr and Alvarez discuss the good Ignatius, not the bald one who was a counter-reformation hack fraud from Loyola. St. Ignatius of Antioch is worth remembering and studying for his devotion and teaching even if some papists abuse him or confuse him for the other guy.
 
Lucretia, looking typically unconvinced by one of Steve’s arguments. This week’s episode, recorded with a live audience on Zoom, was off the hook a little more than usual, as Lucretia was in a grumpy mood (despite Steve changing up his whisky selection in a futile attempt at appeasement), and audience questions and comments came flying in fast and …
 
Joshua Holland kicks off this week's show with a look at an internal Department of Homeland Security report detailing how senior officials politicized the agency's response to Black Lives Matter protests in Portland, Oregon and directed DHS intelligence personnel to embrace bogus right-wing conspiracy theories about antifa. We then continue to focu…
 
In this episode we’ve got an assortment of topics you’ll be sure to enjoy! We’ll talk about Kyrsten Sinema’s class on corruption at ASU, Jon Stewart’s take on cancel culture, trouble in Trump world, India Walton’s mayoral race, Tucker Carlson’s comments on Fox News’ vaccine mandate and much more. Finally, 2022 congressional candidate Rebecca Parson…
 
We cover quite a bit of ground this week. We get into the conflicting reports about what caused Southwest Airlines to cancel thousands of flights over the weekend, a woman who is suing Geico because she got an STD after having sex in a car they insure, why STD is apparently an outdated term, why the Columbus Day vs. Indigenous People's Day debate i…
 
On this episode, Dawn Fitch discusses her wellness brand, a female black-owned business called Pooka Pure and Simple. She also dives into being diagnosed with MS, and how that changed her life. She learned to be her own health advocate and embrace holistic healingDawn Fitch is a Health Advocate, Speaker, Author, and Founder/CEO of award-winning bat…
 
God’s people are called to be different: to think differently, to act differently. Too often, though, we face the struggle our Jewish ancestors faced: we think and act like the majority who don’t follow God. The more a people worship false gods, the more they surrender to fear and anxiety. Lacking the security that comes from knowing God is in cont…
 
This week’s episode is sans-guests and sans-metaphysics, as Lucretia and Steve kick around the news of the week, which is a mix of the usual ominous portents from Washington, along with some evidence that Democrats are in free-fall with the public. First up is a look at the egregious Department of Justice letter identifying parents protesting at lo…
 
In this episode we’ll bask in the glory of the satisfying confrontations of corporate democrats Krysten Sinema and Joe Manchin. They’re getting heckled on yachts, airplanes, and even in bathrooms—and it’s a beautiful thing! We’ll also discuss revelations from the Facebook whistleblower, the Pandora Papers, how Alabama will be financing new prisons,…
 
This week we talk about a lot of random stuff including tube TVs and unnecessary restaurant fees, but primarily we're trying to figure out if the science behind showering and wearing deodorant is as clear cut as we were always taught. Is it better to go natural? We also discuss the latest Venom movie, "Venom: Let There Be Carnage."…
 
Amanda Jetté Knox is the #1 best-selling author of Love Lives Here A Story of Thriving in a Transgender Family. Listen as we ADHD-out and talk about what it was like when her wife Zoe and daughter Alexis came out as trans. Follow Amanda on Twitter @MavenOfMayhemhttps://www.amandajetteknox.comBy Sarah Fader
 
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