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E010 • 9.1.2015 • Will populism spell the end of crony capitalism? Donald Trump. Bernie Sanders. Citizen journalists and their cell phones. What a great time to revisit Matt Drudge’s appearance at the National Press Club in the summer of 1998. Drudge gives a 20 minute speech followed by a 30 minute Q and A from the Establishment Press. Drudge is prescient in his predictions of the world we live in today.

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E005 • 8.3.2015

E005 • 8.3.2015

Thus far, the most frequently asked listener question is: "What are you: Conservative or Liberal?" This episode explains the Whitneyland Decision Tree and against my better judgment I accept the assignment of a political label based on a epiphany in the wake of a recent debate I participated in.
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E006 • 8.4.2015

E006 • 8.4.2015

What are ten things Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have in common? What should Bernie Sanders have said to Black Lives Matter at Netroots? What Supreme Court case was the Sandra Bland cop thinking about when he started fucking with her? What is the one thing that has to happen to put an end to Warrior Cops? All this and more on this week’s episode of Whitneyland!
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E007 • 8.6.2015

E007 • 8.6.2015

As the FBI investigates Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush is exposed as an empty suit, there are two political conversations happening in the United States that are completely different I enjoy Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump for the same reason: They are disruptive. The people responding to Sanders and Trump are in pain. And a lot of people are in pain.
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E008 • 8.7.2015

E008 • 8.7.2015

Two populists, born five years apart in Brooklyn and Queens, are in violent agreement with Jimmy Carter and Larry Lessig, about the impact of the Donor Class on U.S. democracy. Last night in Cleveland, in the first of nine Republican Presidential Debates, Donald Trump boasts of once owning his opponents as a businessman and nobody blinks.
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E010 • Crony Capitalism In Crisis: Donald Trump & Bernie Sanders Have The Establishment On Life Support • 64:22

Will populism spell the end of crony capitalism? Donald Trump. Bernie Sanders. Citizen journalists and their cell phones. What a great time to revisit Matt Drudge’s appearance at the National Press Club in the summer of 1998. Drudge gives a 20 minute speech followed by a 30 minute Q&A from the Establishment Press and is prescient in predicting the world we live in today, which is certainly doing a number on the Gatekeepers of the Republican and Democratic Committees, respectively. /// Transcript Pending ///

E009 • Love Is In The Air: Donald Trump’s Vagina Monologue • 27:14

Fox News’ goddess, Megyn Kelley, Esq. and misogynist-turned-Presidential Candidate, Donald Trump

It didn’t take long for the Republicans to get back into women’s pants! Donald Trump doesn’t have an edit button and the others only have an edit button. Here’s the question: Does Donald Trump’s vagina monologue threaten to dilute the core message he shares with Jimmy Carter and Bernie Sanders; that the political system in the United States is broken due to the disproportionate influence of billionaires? Does the rule of ‘one citizen one vote’ even exist anymore? What does ‘Establishment’ mean in 2015 and why are the Gatekeepers running scared? We hear from Todd Akin, Ben Carson, Ted Cruz, Megyn Kelly, Donald Trump, Don Lemon, David Brooks, Mark Shields and comedian, Anthony Jeselnik. /// Transcript Pending ///

(Note: At the outset of this episode I incorrectly refer to it as Episode 10.)

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E008 • 2016 Presidential Auction: Sanders & Trump In Violent Agreement • 33:23

Two populists, born five years apart in Brooklyn and Queens, are in violent agreement with people like, Jimmy Carter and Larry Lessig, about the impact of the Donor Class on democracy. In the first of nine Republican Presidential Debates, Trump claims to own his opponents and nobody blinks. Why does cable news hate these candidates? Why does the RNC and DNC hate these candidates? Who gets inside the heads of Presidents before and after they are elected? /// Transcript Pending ///

E007 • My Love/Hate Relationship With Donald Trump • 25:21

As the FBI investigates Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush is exposed as an empty suit, there are two political conversations happening in the United States that are completely different I enjoy Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump for the same reason: They are disruptive. The people responding to Sanders and Trump are in pain. And a lot of people are in pain.

Baby Boomers are at risk of being known for the New Jim Crow, the racist War On Drugs, the War On Terror, perpetual war, illegal war, genocide, spending money they don’t have, predatory lending, and helmets for every activity. Did I mention prison for profit?

Enjoy today’s smart and hilarious episode of Whitneyland! /// Transcript Pending ///

E006 • 10 Things Bernie Sanders & Donald Trump Have In Common • What Sanders Should Have Said To #BlackLivesMatter • 58:04

What are ten things Bernie Sanders and Donald Trump have in common? What should Bernie Sanders have said to Black Lives Matter at Netroots? What Supreme Court case was the Sandra Bland cop thinking about when he started fucking with her? What is the one thing that has to happen to put an end to Warrior Cops?

Significantly, with regard to Sandra Bland, we hear Steve McCraw, the director of Texas’ Department of Public Safety, get grilled for a tense and poignant eight minutes by Texas State Representative Garnet Coleman who says he is tired of being treated like “a boy.” This exclusive audio is accessible only on Whitneyland!

This episode also includes the public musings of Senators Phil Gramm, Al Franken, and Bernie Sanders, Governors Rick Perry and Mike Huckabee, Trumps Donald and Ivanka, Hillary Clinton, the Oakland a cappella group, Vocal Rush, a drunk Australian guy who stumbles across the LAPD shooting of another one of your unarmed fellow citizens, and much, much more! /// Transcript Pending ///