Ep - 77 A world without orgies
because it made you look, didn't it?
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Welcome back to your new favorite weekly news show that doesn’t always talk about the news.
Here’s our first story - WHY DO THEY HATE LANA DEL RAY'S NEW BEAU?
Squishy puff pieces about celebrities can tell us more about the subtleties of human nature, media manipulation, and cultural trends than one might imagine. While a story like this could be considered “trashy” there were a few things about it that stuck out to me. Chief among them that this dealt with the Midwestern aesthetic, and how they spin the story to fit closely along the modern left-wing cultural signals
Second story - JOE BIDEN STOPS INFLATION!
We’ll shift gears for our second story, analyzing recent developments in the biden administration and how none of it will help with the inflationary times we live in, no matter what they name the bill. We’ll also spend a little time looking at two videos released by the biden administration recently that show the disparity in The President’s performative prowess
Third story - REPUBLICANCS CHEER FOR THE RECESSION
Depending on who you ask, we’re in a recession. I want to spend a little time talking about the political ramifications of inflationary times and prognosticate on the future health of our economy and polity.
Fourth Story - THE INFITITE GENDER SPECTRUM, NOW FOR KIDS!
If you think the economic outlook is bleak, wait until we cover Christopher Rufo’s latest scoop. The scale of left-wing indoctrination in schooling has reached a new high. The most radical political left-wingers today are those who accept things like queerness, D.E.I policy, and broader progressive doctrine that is indistinguishable from a dogmatic religion in practice. It is at the center of why I feel political recalibration is so necessary
Fifth and last Story - HOW DO WE STOP THE MONKEYPOX?
Our last story will revolve around a recent verbal exchange on the Fox Business Network’s show Kennedy. I found it to be a very interesting cross section of cultural taboos as it relates to current events. Unfortunately for the “totally based” Brad Polumbo, Ned Ryun didn’t use bigotry as the root for his commentary.