Jan 8, 2020
The May 4, 1970 shootings at Kent State killed 4 students and wounded 9. Paula Stone Tucker was a student going through her work and studies on campus when she witnessed a historic event. We talk about Kent State, how the 4 days unfolded, and get Paula Stone Tucker's take on events. She is the author of the book...
Jan 3, 2020
Eagle Claw, popularly known as Desert One, was the unsuccessful attempt to rescue hostages in Iran in 1980, hostages that had been held since the storming of the embassy in 1979. Replaying two previous podcasts on the topic, we look at the hostage-taking and the rescue attempt. How the plan may have worked? What went...
Dec 25, 2019
Christmastime, New Years are upon us, and so a fun-little episode I enjoyed recording on the history of radio from the start as Geek Fare to a big business! The history of radio and Herbert Hoover’s role in speaks a bit to the debate over ‘fake news’ today, though I wouldn’t have had the foresight to make direct...
Dec 16, 2019
We discuss the current politics in the country and what impeachment means now, will impeachment become routine, how the Thanksgiving table has entered politics rather than the other way around. Plus we talk Clinton and impeachment and replay our interview with Leon Neyfakh of the Slow Burn podcast.
Dec 2, 2019
It's all of those things. Conversation with David Priess, MHCBUYP listener, COO of Lawfare, Author of several books - about impeachment and the decision to impeach, and the many sides to this question from Tyler to Clinton to Trump.