Enough Already Podcast Episode One

Posted on March 21st, 2016 by Tracy Connors

 

On the very first episode of the Enough Already Podcast, Fingers and Tracy covered a lot of ground. If you were trying to keep up but lost track of all of the awesomeness, here’s a quick recap and links for you to follow if you so chose.

The Week that was

One of our intellectual superiors from The Federalist has a cunning plan to supplant Gary Johnson and replace him with someone that conservatives can vote for! Will the #NeverTrumps never learn that their “We know what’s best for everyone!” schtick is partially to blame for the rise of he who shall never be voted for?

Learn more about Gary Johnson than anyone at The Federalist seems to know by listening to a few of his speeches and appearances which are all conveniently compiled on iTunes.

If you haven’t listened to Tom Woods and Lew Rockwell’s incredibly insightful and wildly entertaining debate commentary, you might want to clear your schedule for the next few hours and head over to TomWoods.com or subscribe to the podcast on iTunes or Stitcher and check them out. You’re welcome.

The Week to come

Head Counselor at Camp Clintonia David Brock has been working on some serious strategery. Look for Camp Clintonia to start firing (metaphorically of course, apologies for the use of incendiary language) bombs at the Trump Train in the very near future.

Ashe Kicking

Ashe Schow from the Washington Examiner tried to help us make sense of the crazy world in which we live. Answering the tough questions we all ponder while lying awake at night: Are female birds plain-Janish on purpose? Could it be that their drab colored feathers are actually the result of centuries of sexual harassment? Ashe has the answer!

If you thought that Matress Girl was cancelled after one season boy were you wrong. Ashe has an update about what we can expect when season two starts.

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The So-ing Circle

Sarah Smith and Ashe Schow joined the So-ing Circle this week to tackle the news stories the mainstream media just won’t touch.

Here’s Vicky the sofa eating mom!

And no, it’s not sexist to tell a woman to smile.

Kerry Picket

Does all this talk about brokered conventions, contested conventions, rule changes blah blah etc have your head spinning? You’re not alone. That’s why we asked The Daily Caller’s Kerry Picket to stop by and help us cut through all the clutter and explain just what the hell could down in Cleveland (rocks!) this summer. Kerry has been chronicling the road to the convention at the Daily Caller, here are some suggested readings from her coverage:

Flashback to the 1976 convention
RNC Rules Comm. Member: Every Delegate At GOP Convention Not Bound On First Ballot
RNC Rules Member: Changes To Binding Delegates ‘Unlikely’
Kasich Hires New Talent Aimed At Contested Convention

Pat Caddell

This part of the podcast pretty much speaks for itself. The only notes that need to be added are the two books mentioned: “Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail ’72” by Hunter S. Thompson and “Shattered Consensus” by James Piereson

¡Caio Micro Rubio!

We aren’t sad to see you go, but you sure seem to be.

 

And that’s a wrap! Thank you all for tuning in. A new episode will drop early next week. All episodes will be posted to SoundCloud. You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher. Check the feed often, you never know when we’re going to drop an Enough Already Bite.

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The Debut of 3 in 3

Posted on November 29th, 2012 by Fingers Malloy

This is the debut of my new podcast, 3 in 3. It will cover stories posted at Politomix, Twitchy and Fark–three stories in three minutes(or a little longer). Today’s topics include John McCain and Hillary Clinton, Sandra Fluke and bacon shaving cream.

You can catch the 3 in 3 every weekday morning at Fingersmalloy.com.

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Snark Factor Podcast 9-29

Posted on September 30th, 2009 by Fingers Malloy

Interview with Joe the Plumber and Motorbabe and the Mohawk! Plus Los Tres Amigos and The Wrath of Duke!

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