Jul 31, 2020
(NSKF) Comedians Turner Sparks and Andrea Jones-Rooy return to
make sense of the week's best, funniest, underserved headlines,
from solving neighbor disputes with a chains, to the biggest threat
to Venetian gondolas, to how water balloons can be productively
used in deliberative bodies.
Jul 29, 2020
Gerrymandering is a fun, time-honored way to rig elections on behalf of incumbents and political parties over irritants like competitive democracy. In 2010 it became industrialized. Or, rather, digitized--which had far-reaching impacts on American politics. Heaton speaks with Barak Goodman and Chris...
Jul 24, 2020
After much personal thought and rank media speculation, I have at last decided to run in 2020. This episode includes:
-My campaign kickoff
-One of the finest spontaneous vice presidential stump speeches
in all of human history
-My official campaign announcement and subsequent interview with Justin Robert Young on...
Jul 22, 2020
The Culture War isn't between the Left and the Right--it's just portrayed that way because most people have been taught to understand all conflicts as Red Team vs. Blue Team. There's definitely a Culture War afoot, but the flashpoint and fault lines aren't between liberals and conservatives.
Jul 17, 2020
(SNFK) Comedian Mahesh Kotagi and playwright Jeremy Kareken join Friday Release Valve to sort out the week's funnier headlines, including a scientific report on the maximum amount of hot dogs one human could conceivably consume in ten minutes, what to do if your town is overwhelmed by polar bears, and the lengths Queen...