In the last podcast of 2020, Phrost and Submessenger review and ruminate on the events and hot-button topics of the past year, from culture war skirmishes to natural and man-made catastrophes.
As the vaccine for Covid-19 rolls out to the United States and the rest of the world, Immunologist Dr. Jason Goldsmith joins us to discuss the implications, considerations, and specifics of how it was created so quickly, putting to rest conspiracy theories and nonsense about the state of the pandemic.
In this episode we discuss what Grand Juries are and why you should care, along with related issues in the law for which a basic familiarity is an important part of being a competent, functioning adult in the modern age.
"SAMBO" Steve Kopefer is one the most notable icons of this Russian martial art in the United States but for the past several years has established himself as an authority on fighting in films and TV, working behind the scenes on some of the most exciting movies and shows to hit the screen. He shares his time and insight with us.
Engineer and author Andrew "Scrapper" Vaillencourt comes back on the show to discuss the terrible state of everything, recent shooting incidents, and how to solve the damn problems instead of just arguing about them.
Dr. Jason Goldsmith (MD, PhD) and the crew delve into the latest information on the clusterfracas that is the Coronavirus Pandemic in the United States.
Rebecca Little, author of "Swing: Are American Elections Legitimate?" comes on the show to discuss her book and the flaws in our voting system as we close in on the biggest election of many people's lives this year.
There's a billion-dollar industry around BS performance-enhancing supplements, but legendary Bullshido member and supplement industry insider code-named "Roidie McDouchebag" comes on the podcast to separate that BS from facts and provide answers to questions you were afraid to ask.
Clark Neily is the Vice President for Criminal Justice at the CATO Institute and an expert on Constitutional Law, and was co-council for the historic District of Columbia v. Heller Supreme Court case on the Second Amendment. He joins us on the podcast to address the issue of Qualified Immunity complicating the relationship between police and the public.