Sean Brian, and Dmitry review the Louis CK’s latest set at the Governor’s Club. We also touch on Kevin Hart’s decision to not host the Oscar’s.
Tony Ortega is a journalist who was formerly the editor of The Village Voice. He's written about Scientology since 1995, and in May 2015 released a book about Scientology's harassment of Paulette Cooper titled 'The Unbreakable Miss Lovely.'
He continues to monitor breaking developments in the Scientology world from an undisclosed location in an underground bunker he shares with four cats and one of them wrinkly Shar Pei dogs.
We discuss the various celebrities that are currently in the cult and how they got involved. You may be surprised as to who these celebrities are. We also dug into the recent murder that took place on an Australian Scientology establishment. Tony also told us about the potential elderly abuse charges that Scientology may be dealing with surrounding fraudulent credit card applications.
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Rucka Rucka Ali is a musician and internet sensation. His music infuses comedy with sociopolitical commentary. You can find Rucka's music on iTunes, Amazon Music, Spotify etc. You can also find Rucka's wildly popular videos on his YouTube Channel.
What's going on with Patreon? Is comedy under attack? Is capitalism the best way to go? We discuss all of this and more with Rucka Rucka Ali.
Karen Straughan is a Canadian spokesperson for Men’s Rights. She is a producer and writer, known for My Thoughts Re Chris Cantwell (2017), Revenge of the Misogynerds (2017) and The Red Pill (2016). She is also a YouTube creator that creates videos criticizing feminism.
Angel Bonilla is an LA-based singer and outspoken advocate for transgender rights, originally from the Philippines. Bonilla represented the Philippines at the 25th annual Discovery International Pop Song Festival in Bulgaria in 2016 and placed 2nd runner up out of 57 countries. She was the first Filipina to ever compete in the festival. In 2018, she became the first openly transgender singer to appear on NBC’s “The Voice."
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Lucas Lynch is a writer and blogger who got his start writing for Carlos' Watson's "The Stimulist" when Watson was then an MSNBC anchor, invited to join by a then unknown, now world renown author Taiye Selasi. His interests include Science, Religion, Culture, Politics, and the Arts.
We have a chat with YouTuber, Kevin Login on what we feel the differences are between nationalism and globalism. We had many viewpoints represented int his conversation.
Mike's provided bio: Michael Rowlands aka Music Man Mike is a radical left, cultural Marxist, SJW YouTube personality that enjoys censorship and political violence. Personal heroes include Hitler, Stalin and that dude from 1984… Nah, not the loser beta who gets cucked by the government... the brother guy, with the cool mustache. He also plays a mean guitar.
We discuss Mike's upcoming appearance at Mythcon V, social justice, intersectionality and more.
Karen Garst joins us live to discuss her upcoming conversation on stage at Mythcon V. We also discuss her new book and the current state of Atheism in the US.
Karen L. Garst holds a PhD from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She retired as executive director of the Oregon State Bar in 2008. She has edited two anthologies about women and religion: Women Beyond Belief: Discovering Life without Religion and Women v. Religion: The Case Against Faith… and for Freedom.
Claire Lehmann is the founder and editor of Quillette, one of the world's fastest growing platforms dedicated to free thought, reason, and heretical ideas. She is also a writer with a degree in psychology, and her work has appeared in Commentary, Scientific American, The Sydney Morning Herald and Psychology Today.
Derrick Blackman, aka SomeBlackGuy, is a YouTube content creator with more than 270,000 subscribers. Coining himself "a radical centrist," Blackman regularly discusses social, racial and political topics that affect and influence pop culture.
Today we are joined by the lovely Josephine Mathias, a prominent YouTuber with over 100 thousand subscribers who averages tens if not hundreds of thousands of views of her content. With her Poli-Sci background, Josephine likes to discusses political, social, and what we'll call "controversial" topics all while being a stalwart defender of the Freedom of Speech. Fighting for the forces of truth, Josephine joins us live to tell us how we're Mythinformed about victim-culture!