What am politics?
When it comes to understanding political issues, Richie is a self confessed toddler. That’s why he’s enlisted the help of Steve, his politically savvy drinking buddy, to help him understand how government affects our everyday lives and our interactions with each other.
Join them, as they break down big political issues into comedic bite size bits and try to figure out, What Am Politics?
Central Banks. They're like banks.... but more central? Before recording this episode this is what Richie thought the term meant. He was, of course, quite wrong. Join Steve and Richie as they learn all about the financial institution that sits at the heart of a countries' economy.
Misinformation, excessive content, and questionable algorithms. These scary words are the harbingers of a scary problem: a failing news system. It’s so scary, in fact, that Steve and Richie needed an adult to help them be brave boys and show them how it can be fixed. Enter Mark Little, journalist, entrepreneur, and all round great guy.
Can YOU handle the truth? In this case the "truth" is the fact that we have a new episode and that it's about lawyers… so yes, you probably can handle that.
Yes, the buffoonery and bloviating that comes from the Oval Office can be quite distracting, but there is so much more to running the United States than the antics of the tangerine toddler. The US Houses of Congress creates laws, holds governmental hearings, conducts investigations, and serves as the voice of the people. On November 6th, American citizens will vote in the midterm elections for the Congressmen/women and Senators they wish to represent them.
This week, Steve and Richie are joined by Political Correspondent Hugh O'Connell, to discuss everything you need to know about the office of the Irish President and the upcoming election.
Politically motivated stabbings, vigilante justice, car wash money laundering. These are not plot points for an upcoming Netflix drama, these are actual things that are happening in Brazil today.
Steve is away this week. So, rather than crawling into his cave of loneliness and introversion, Richie decided to reach out to friend of the show, Jazza John to be a guest host. They talk about the landscape of LGBT+ Politics, examples of progressive change, and the work that’s yet to be done.
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