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I hope you enjoyed part one of my conversation with Chris Spangle last week. This week, we continue our conversation by talking about what role should politics play in our lives in the era of COVID-19, how the pandemic will play out in this year’s election cycle and how one becomes a “meme-god”. If you don’t follow Chris Spangle or We Are Libertarians on the different social outlets you really should…if only for the memes alone.
As Chris didn’t have the typical “Road Trip Playlist” I’m passing along podcasts, comedians, and audio books that he mentioned that are good listens to round out one’s views. I shared the initial list last week, so here is round two.
- Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History podcast
- The Reason Roundtable podcast
- No Agenda podcast podcast
- Mike Duncan’s Fall of Rome podcast
- Mike O’Meara Show podcast
- Ben Shapiro podcast
- Glenn Beck
- Rush Limbaugh
- Andy Kaufman Youtube playlist
Here’s the article, referenced during the recording of this two part podcast regarding a recent poll, that shows most Hoosiers supporting Governor Eric Holcomb’s efforts handling of COVID-19 in Indiana from Abdul Hakim-Shabazz and Indy Politics.
In case you missed it, here is last week’s list:
- Disturber of the Peace – The Life of H.L. Mencken by William Manchester
- American Dream – George Carlin (Not safe for work and it’s a youtube clip)
- Dan Snow’s History Hit podcast
- The Daily by the New York Times podcast
- The Joe Rogan Experience podcast
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