Rank #1: Episode 3 – FascismWorks
In this episode, the news team discusses a new report by Sen. Tom Coburn revealing how your tax money is being spent, including in an effort to turn back the coming zombie apocalypse. (No joke.)
Also, we tackle the news that FreedomWorks’ most public face, Dick Armey, has now parted ways with the tea party group. TheDC’s Alex Pappas revealed all the dirty details today, and we discuss.
Finally, House Republican leaders are kicking all the rogue members from their own party out of their powerful committee positions. And how did these folks find out they got the boot? The same way you did (unless you’re Speaker Boehner): They read the news.
Dec 06 2012
Rank #2: Episode 8 - Barbara Walters Is Not Fascinating
Also, Barbara Walters is back with her most fascinating person of 2012. You'll never guess which former CIA director and four-star general earned the honor.
Dec 14 2012
Rank #3: Episode 7 - I’ll Stop The World And Immelt With You
In this episode:
President Obama is a huge fan of General Electric CEO and presidential adviser Jeffrey Immelt. And … General Electric CEO and presidential adviser Jeffrey Immelt is a huge fan of communist China. Therefore … President Obama is a huge fan of communist China … or something. We discuss.
Meanwhile, Michigan’s unionized citizens are storming the state’s capitol in protest of the freshly passed “right to work” legislation. A conservative pundit was tagged with a union worker’s haymaker and lived to tweet about it. Thank goodness, because now we get to talk about it.
And finally, most Americans believe Santa Claus exists.
Dec 11 2012
Rank #4: Episode 6 - Dog Whistle While You Work
Elsewhere, the internet is obsessed with women, for some reason. Taylor Bigler joins us with the top 50 women you searched for in 2012.
Dec 10 2012
Rank #5: Episode 5 - The Velvet Blazer
In this episode, we discuss the latest news in the lead up to the fiscal cliff. Does Speaker Boehner really believe President Obama's strategy is to take us over it?
The federal government has announced it will require "black boxes" to be installed in every new car. Should we be concerned?
And The Daily Caller's men's fashion correspondent, Roger Stone, recommends a velvet blazer for your next Christmas party. Should you heed his advice?
Tune in for episode 5!
Dec 07 2012