What happens when an "Ancap" and a "Socialist" talk about automation and it's effect on the job market and society. As we delve into solutions on what the role of the State and free market play to advance society. Robby Rock, an alleged "socialist", presents some surprisingly "Conservative" views on how to make everything better.
Etchie and Ry delve into the not-so-talked-about rise of white power Neo-Nazi groups. We discuss how the new Facebook algorithm hides this from your conservative family and friends and how it's still very much happening. We cover the irrefutable evidence that the values of these extremist groups are nothing short of Naziism. We reference the work of renowned photographer, Mark Peterson. Etchie and Ry show that they're clearly not Nazi deniers.
We interview Jonathan, who happens to have heritage tracing back to the tribe of Levi. Jonathan offers a perspective that he finds matters and doesn't matter coming from him his Jewish background, and whether you like it or not, brings you on a magic carpet ride of existentialism and introspection.
Mid terms are over, but the maga wave continues. We talk with two fellow revolutionaries who were ready to answer questions, address the hot button issues, all while while wearing kilts, and give the usual, did not see that coming show. Another Revolution Ride Alongs, that was unfiltered, unedited, and unexpected.
Education. Taxes. Gillum. DeSantis. Police. Voting. Public schools. Private schools. Scandals. Policy. We cover everything, and Magi beheads every preconceived notion you would have about him. Unedited. Unfiltered. Unappologetic discussion with one of our most active fellow revolutionaries.
Every elephant in the room about our show. Everything that has never been addressed about us, the show, and page. We get called out, and talk it out in an episode that will define the heart of our movement. Chris Crespo says what has needed to be said.
Another Revolution Ride Alongs where we let the story tell itself. Brenden tells his experience in the military and the usual, unfiltered truth you'd expect from an interview by now. An unexpected, and uplifting visit with Brenden.