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The Late Shift – 1-19-17

Yes, we will try to keep things light tonight, so there will be talk about drinking games! (What else do we expect anyone to do tomorrow?) Also, Taylor Millard has something to say about an obscure law that apparently applies to him? No idea what that is about, so you’ll have to listen to …

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Edge of Anarchy 1/19: Inaugural Insanity!

Do we really have to talk about it? We do, don’t we…. That’s right, folks, Edge of Anarchy is back and Amanda is ready for another year with you! Of course, she will be discussing the Inauguration; but there’s a lot more going on in the world today. How do Russian hookers stack up …

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The Late Shift – 1-18-17

It’s been a crazy week, and we’re not even going to attempt to suggest that we know what we’ll be talking about. Sure, we could promise no politics, but everyone knows Taylor Millard is a political junkie. Yep, we’re blaming him, because we can! Also, the news this week is full of outrage and …

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GulchCast: 2017.01.16 – Snoops, Syringes & Scandals

GulchCast returns tonight talking about the past week’s biggest tech stories, and we have quite the show tonight. A major hack-for-hire firm has had a number of its web databases downloaded by a hacker vigilante, we have the details. The much-maligned makers of EpiPen have trouble on their hands in the form of a …

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Foreign Matters 1/16/17

Foreign Matters is BACK tonight with your hosts George Templeton (@rodentpolitics) and Stephen Glaug (@krayonpundit)! Tonight, they talk about Rex Tillerson and whether or not he should be confirmed, Iran, and Russia’s reaction to American troops. Join us at 10 pm E/9 pm C on Vigilant Liberty Radio for a new year of Foreign …

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Foreign Matters 1/16/17

Foreign Matters is BACK tonight with your hosts George Templeton (@rodentpolitics) and Stephen Glaug (@krayonpundit)! Tonight, they talk about Rex Tillerson and whether or not he should be confirmed, Iran, and Russia’s reaction to American troops. Join us at 10 pm E/9 pm C on Vigilant Liberty Radio for a new year of Foreign …

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Modern Comments Radio 1/16/17

Modern Comments Radio is LIVE tonight on Vigilant Liberty Radio at 9 pm E/8 pm C. Amy has lots to talk about in this first show of the new year, including: Orange County CPS workers who said they didn’t know lying in court was unethical and illegal The Swiss town denying a passport to …

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The Late Shift – 1-12-17

It’s been a rough week folks! It’s almost over, and we’re ready to start relaxing already. So, Mike Gay is back! In case you missed the last time he was around, yes, the conversation got interesting! Nothing is out of bounds (or at least we haven’t found “out of bounds” yet!) We’ll be talking …

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#RoEL 1/10: Golden Globes & Iranian Military Aggression

On #RoEL at 10pm ET on 1/10: Co-hosts Allan Bourdius (@UnrealAllan, Their Finest Hour, HotAir) and Krystle Schoonveld (@TarheelKrystle, The Federalist) hold a discussion on this year’s Golden Globes, as well as escalating Iranian military aggression toward the US. Joining the panel will be Stacey Lennox (@ScotsFyre, Loftus Party), Katie Jerkovich (@redsoutrage, The Daily …

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Kinksanity – 1-6-17

First show for the new year, and we’re told the show is officially of drinking age – or this is the 21st episode! So, let’s talk about sex, shall we? Dominance and submission is everywhere – no kidding! Find out why. It’s the beginning of the year, so there are piles of places offering …

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The Late Shift – 1-5-17

So, we ended up off course last night – all Taylor Millard’s fault! Taking bets on whether or not we end up talking about anti-inauguration stuff tonight. No, we won’t be talking about racism, but we might talk a bit about the Twitter – or more accurately, why it’s gone completely insane. (Yes, that …

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The Late Shift – 1-4-17

We survived 2016! And we’re back! Taylor Millard will be in the co-host chair, and we’ll be talking about the war on pornography! And, just because it’s torturous, maybe some talk about why Lena Dunham was severely misunderstood. You all know the drill, of course. There will be random talk about whatever has Taylor …

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Hope?

[Many of us here in America are very hopeful that Donald Trump will take a start on ‘Draining the Swamp’. I surely am. But I, like many of you, am wary, I have long since learned to not put my hope in princes, either in business or, perhaps especially, in politics. So we’ll see. Back […]

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GulchCast: 2016.12.19 – Yahoozled

GulchCast is back with some of the biggest stories in tech and economics and this week we’re talking about the doom of Yahoo as a BILLION user accounts are compromised, an announcement that is jeopardizing Verizon’s planned buyout of the company. If you are still using a Samsung Galaxy Note7, its days are numbered. We’ll talk Amazon’s new innovations including its first actual drone delivery and its plans to bring the gig economy to the trucking industry. And we have not one, but TWO stories about porn. No, it isn’t Friday and Liz isn’t here. All this and more tonight on GulchCast, live at 11 Eastern, 8 Pacific!

THIS WEEK’S HOT STORIES

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Children Teach Adults About War and Refugees

Most people have heard of the parable about a truck getting stuck in a tunnel. Adult engineers and transportation specialists looked at it, and offered solutions that simply wouldn’t work – from digging it out, to disassembling it entirely. Finally, a child simply said, “why don’t you let the air out of tires, and drag it out?” The moral of the story is that sometimes adults make things far too complicated, so they need to look at problems like a child.

When it comes to the issue of refugees, Americans certainly do need to look at the issue from the perspective of children. This isn’t about finding a solution to the problem, but it is definitely about seeing the fact that we are part of the problem. During the election, refugees became a hot button issue, and Americans failed miserably at seeing beyond the sound bites. On one side, these people were demonized as potential terrorists, and depicted as the most horrible creatures on the planet

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Time for Liberation

One of the more interesting things here in the last year is that our Dutch readership has increased to the point that it often is higher than the UK, and occasionally approaches that of our US readership. It’s interesting, and I have no real handle on why, although you are certainly welcome here. This is, of […]

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Kinksanity – 12-16-16

We’ll be talking about dirty dealings in sex and relationships, including some really mean things men do to avoid being in a relationship at the new year. Also, what goes through men’s heads when it comes to sex versus feelings, especially when they’re having an affair? Find out tonight, and hear what Kenny Hitt and I think about these evil men!

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How Readers Create (and Can Destroy) Click Bait

First, thank you for coming to my site, and (hopefully) reading this. That is part of the whole “destroying click bait” idea that will be explained fully later.

As someone who obviously reads at least some things on the internet, you already should understand that the goal of most sites is to make money. There is an entire cottage industry full of gurus who will supposedly teach people how to get rich by posting “something” on their own webpage or blog. That’s not getting into the “digital Madison Avenue” industry that does the same thing for people who already have some money to spend on getting and promoting content.

One thing that all of these professionals have in common is that they promise to get plenty of readers – people like you – to click on links leading to the sites owned by people like me. That usually means playing on your emotions one way or another – something that advertisers have been doing f

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Friday Roundup

Cleaning out some tabs, interesting stuff that we’ve been hoarding.   Well, yeah, he makes some sense to me, at that, From Melanie Phillips: The hand-wringing by western politicians and commentators over the appalling humanitarian catastrophe in Aleppo reveals something far worse even than the nauseating virtue-signalling of pointlessly blaming themselves for having decided not […]

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The Late Shift – 12-15-16

It’s been a while since Mike Gay dropped by, so that’s happening tonight. As for the topics, we’ll be talking kittens – not pussies. Well, maybe we’ll get to those, too. Also, some unintended consequences when it comes to social media, and some outrageous crimes – political, and otherwise. At least we hope that’s what will be on the agenda. You never know!

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