Politics >

Are you tired of Rush Limbaugh? Do you want to scream when you hear Sean Hannity? It is time for Progressives to come home to The Politically Incorrect Podcast where the Resistance is welcome every week. The Politically Incorrect Podcast, from Washington with your host Jim Williams.

Are you tired of Rush Limbaugh? Do you want to scream when you hear Sean Hannity? It is time for Progressives to come home to The Politically Incorrect Podcast where the Resistance is welcome every week. The Politically Incorrect Podcast, from Washington with your host Jim Williams.
More Information


United States


Are you tired of Rush Limbaugh? Do you want to scream when you hear Sean Hannity? It is time for Progressives to come home to The Politically Incorrect Podcast where the Resistance is welcome every week. The Politically Incorrect Podcast, from Washington with your host Jim Williams.






The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest Ed Krassenstein

My guest is Ed Krassenstein, a fine journalist, social media maven and businessman. He has a twitter following of over 723,000 all of them waiting for his next political tweet. He is an unapologetic critic of President of Donald Trump and Ed uses, humor, history along with the facts to back up his arguments. So, join us for a wide ranging look at the political landscape and how it can get better or maybe worse. The Politically Incorrect Podcast is powered by our good friends at...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest Bob Graham

There are few people that know how Florida works better Bob Graham. He was the 38th governor of the Sunshine State from 1979 to 1987 and Florida in the United States Senator from 1987 to 2005 when he announced that he wanted to retire from elected office. We talk about what problems face both Florida and the United States, plus he gives us his insights on his daughter Gwen who is running for the Democratic nomination for governor of Florida. She will be joining us soon as a guest to make the...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest J.D. Merrill

The race for Maryland State Senate District 41 has two Democrats Jill Carter and J.D. Merrill for the seat vacated by Nathaniel Oaks who on April 26, 2018, was ordered by a judge to be removed from the ballot. Oaks resigned from the state Senate on March 29, 2018 amid a scandal that we won’t get into. So it is 27year old Merrill a former teacher and son-in-law of Martin O’Malley, who was a former mayor of the city, governor of the state and recently made an un unsuccessful run at the...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest Glenn King

MATURE AUDIENCES This week we talk with the AVN Award-winning adult video producer and director Glenn King and we talk about the industry. King makes it clear that Stormy Daniels is far from the only adult industry performer that has been involved with a famous person. There are plenty of bright, talented young women who get involved with personalities from politics, sports, and the entertainment industry. We also talk about how the adult industry is dealing with the Trump administration....


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with Ryan Watts N.C. Congressional Candidate

I had a chance to talk with one of the rising young stars in the Democratic Party Ryan Watts , At 28 he hopes to become the youngest member of the United States Congress. Watts wants to represent North Carolina’s 6th Congressional District a seat held by Republican Mark Walker. Watts is smart, engaging and not afraid of going toe-to-toe with Walker who has served District 6 since 2014. The young Watts wants to highlight his stance on education, health care, gun rights and business. All...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest Dr. Christine Mann

This week we are in the Lone Star state with a look at the battle for Congress in the suburbs of Austin. To be exact we are talking about Texas' 31st Congressional District which is located in the central portion of the state and includes Williamson County and parts of Bell County. Plus, it is home to Fort Hood one of the largest military bases in the United States. Our guest is Dr. Christine Mann who along with M.J. Hegar are the two woman headed for a May 22nd runoff showdown for the...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest Chris King

King is a successful businessman from Orlando and he feels strongly that while he isn’t a professional politician — he knows politics, as usual, isn’t working for Florida. We talk about his ambitious plans for the state and how he plans to overcome the challenge. of being the governor of a state with a Republican-led legislature.. So set back and get to know more about Chris King. Check out his website and his Twitter handle.@ChrisKingFLA I also spoke to Hillsborough Commissioner Les...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with award winning writer Joe Henderson

Joe Henderson joins host Jim Williams for a deep dive into what the Florida Legislature is going to do after the tragic shootings at Stoneman Douglas High. In gun-happy Florida Gov. Rick Scott is offering a plan and the GOP from the lawmakers may cause more problems than safety. Join us in our deep dive into Florida and gun laws. .


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest Amy Bushatz of

One of the most under-reported stories of our time is how the families of some of the servicemen and women of our country are on food stamps. How President's Food Stamp Cuts Would Impact Military Families is an article penned by our guest this week Amy Bushatz of We do a deep dive into how the families of our military are coping with this issue and much more. Also, don’t forget to check out the outstanding podcast Deep Dish on Global Affairs presented by the prestigious...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest Jeremy Newberger

Jeremy and I talk about another wild week in your "Nation's Capitol." A week that saw President Donald Trump muse about a military parade, White House Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly gets into hot water over his defense of Rob Porter, who resigned as White House staff secretary Wednesday after his two ex-wives publicly accused him of domestic abuse. Then to top the week off we have a mini-shutdown of the government because Sen, Rand Paul (R-KY) wanted to make a point. Meanwhile, a...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest Dominic Campbell

We are all going to get old but we can all do it in a way that can be fun, healthy and very entertaining. Taking place today in the San Francisco area is something quite special. It is called “Creating A New Old San Francisco.” If you can’t make it to San Francisco this weekend there is a good possibility that a similar event could be heading to Florida soon. We spoke with Dominic Campbell is the co-founder of Creative Aging International. Campbell was previously artistic director of...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast : Special Report on the Bogus Nunes memo

We do a deep dive into why the memo is both bogus and dangerous in this edition - of our podcast. Today Congressman Devin Nunes (R-Calif) chairman of the House Intelligence Committee in a politically controversial and unprecedented move, released a previously classified memo alleging abuse of government surveillance powers by the Justice Department. Republicans on Capitol Hill, backed by President Donald Trump, defied pleas from the FBI and Democrats Friday and released a classified memo...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with Evan Weiner on USA Gymnastics future

I talk with Sports Business expert Evan Weiner about what is the biggest sports scandal in United States history. Dr. Larry Nassar the once world-renowned sports physician treating America's foremost Olympic women gymnasts will spend the rest of his life behind bars. The disgraced former USA Gymnastics and Michigan State University doctor was sentenced to 40 to 175 years in prison, a judge announced Wednesday after more than 150 women and girls said in court that he sexually abused them...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest Evan Weiner

The business of Sports expert Evan Weiner talks about who wins when cities build stadiums or arenas for billionaire owners? In our conversation, you will find out that actually, the best answer is sometimes yes and sometimes no. Listen to find out if the city you live in made a good or a bad investment when it comes to sports. Also, don't forget to go see our pal Dennis Miller at the beautiful Silver Legacy Resort Casino on Friday, February 10. Tickets start at $49.50 and can be purchased...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with investigative journalist Joseph Hammond

Foreign Fighters and Mercenaries Fueling Libyan Conflict by Joseph Hammond reads like a novel but it is a true story of how if the United States does not start paying attention to Africa it could come back to haunt us. Here is a small snippet from the story that will give you an idea of what we talked about. The presence of large groups of foreign fighters in Libya is in striking contrast to other regional conflicts. The Syrian Civil War and the larger struggle against the Assad regime,...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest Alan J. Steinberg

Washington Bureau Chief Jim Williams is joined by a former member of the George W. Bush admiration Alan Steinberg as they tie up some loose political ends. The entertaining political duo talk about the #MeToo movement, the new GOP tax law and the future of the all-important CHIP program. But they also focus on what might happen in 2018 when there will be some very important mid-term elections. Listen to find out what the key issues of the day will be. The Politically Incorrect Podcast...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest Alan J. Steinberg

The Senate passed the final version of the tax bill early Wednesday morning. It overhauls the tax code and cuts corporate tax rates, but Democrats and critics say the plan will primarily benefit the wealthy and corporations. The GOP has argued that by cutting taxes for corporations, businesses will reinvest their savings in their workers by raising wages. But Williams and Steinberg explain why the GOP numbers just don't add up. Also, will the CHIP program needs to be funded by Dec. 31st....


The Politically Incorrect Podcast - So long net neutrality

This week on The Politically Incorrect Podcast powered by We do a deep dive into what happened today as the FCC changed the way we stream video for the next four years if not forever. Despite overwhelming opposition from Congress, technical experts, advocacy organizations and, of course, the American people, the FCC has voted to eliminate 2015’s Open Internet Order and the net neutrality protections it established. As expected, the vote was 3 to 2 along party lines, with...


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest Tal Heinrich of i24News

Tal Heinrich of i24News gave me a real insiders view of what it means to both Isreal and the Middle East to have the United States Embassy moved from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. President Donald Trump made the announcement keeping a campaign promise and in the process starting a controversy But listen to Tal who talks about why the move might just be the right thing to do after all. Remember that The Politically Incorrect. Podcast is powered be sure to check them out.


The Politically Incorrect Podcast with guest Alan J. Steinberg

Alan J. Steinberg served as Regional Administrator of Region 2 EPA during the administration of former President George W. Bush. Region 2 EPA consists of the states of New York and New Jersey, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, He a New York-based political analyst who is a writer and frequent radio and TV commentator. He also is on the political science faculty of Monmouth University. Alan and host Jim Williams talk about the new series of sexual allegations; they...


Try Premium for 30 days

Live games for all NFL, MLB, NBA, & NHL teams
Commercial-Free Music
No Display Ads