PPP #19: Interview with LGBTrump Founder Chris Barron

July 11, 2016
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Chris Barron is a longtime political activist, writer and friend.  He's a frequent guest on "Red Eye with Tom Shillue" on Fox News, columnist for The Guardian, and founder of LGBTrump. Like the LGBTrump page and get the latest on their activities at the Republican National Convention here. For those who follow Lisa on Twitter, you may also know him as the "father" of Auggie and Chester, the world's cutest dogs. 

In this podcast, we talk about the Left's acceptance of radical Islam, the backlash against the politically correct/social justice movement, and why Captain America shouldn't have a boyfriend. 

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PPP #17: Interview with Fox News Host and Author Andrea Tantaros

May 23, 2016
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Andrea Tantaros is best known for cohosting Outnumbered and The Five. Additionally, she’s worked in radio, on political campaigns, on Capitol Hill, and as a columnist for New York Daily News. Her successful career makes her uniquely qualified to tackle the bogus promises of radical feminists. In this episode we talk about her new bestselling book, Tied Up in Knots: How Getting What We Wanted Made Women Miserable.


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PPP #14: Interview with Actor Scott Baio

April 18, 2016
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This week we talk to actor Scott Baio about Trump, the vagrants in Hollywood, and political lessons from The Godfather.


Baio is best known for his starring roles in popular sitcoms, including Happy DaysJoanie Loves Chachi, Charles in Charge, and, our personal favorite, Arrested Development. He also starred on two seasons on VH1’s Scott Baio is 45… and Single. After the end of the first season, his then-girlfriend now wife, Renee, announced that she was pregnant, which lead to a name-change for the show – Scott Baio is 46… and Pregnant

Following the birth of their daughter, Bailey, they started the Bailey Baio Angel Foundation to build awareness for newborn screenings for organic acidemia metabolic disorders. They also raise funds to help support families and children affected by these disorders. For more information and to donate, visit www.baileybaioangelfoundation.com.

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PPP #12: Interview with Milo Yiannopoulos

January 27, 2016
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Milo Yiannopoulos, aka @Nero on Twitter, joins us to discuss gay icons like Camille Paglia, feminist and millennial nonsense, and the Right's obsession with "virtue signaling."

Milo is one of the best-known technology and media commentators in Europe. He is the editor of Breitbart Tech.  His writing has also appeared in the Telegraph, the Wall Street Journal, the Times, WIRED, the Observer, the Spectator, Business InsiderAttitude, the Catholic Herald and many other places. He appears regularly on television and radio discussing society, media, politics and of course technology.

Be sure to check out Milo's Privilege Granta scholarship available exclusively to white men, in support of their post-secondary education. Also, follow his 2016 Dangerous Faggot Tour.  Click here to bring Milo to your college or university.

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PPP #10: Lisa and Brett Take Over the Phoenix Airwaves

January 22, 2016
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This week Lisa guest hosted for Seth Leibsohn on KKNT The Patriot 960 in Phoenix, AZ.  Always the team player, Lisa asked Brett to join her for a couple segments!

PPP #9: Interview with Cam Edwards, Author and Host of Cam & Co

January 11, 2016
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This week we talk to Cam Edwards, host of Cam & Co and coauthor of Heavy Lifting: Grow Up, Get a Job, Raise a Family and Other Manly Advice. Cam is one of the leading voices on protecting the Second Amendment, so we talk to him about President Obama's recent executive order for more gun control.  We also discuss his book and his podcast, 40 Acres and a Fool

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Henry Rollins Goes Soft

December 27, 2015

In a recent article on The Daily Beast, Henry Rollins talks about feeling the Bern, solar panels and other stuff that may make conservative and libertarian fans burn their Black Flag shirts.  The former punk frontman for several bands seems to be going soft in his middle age.  While Rollins has always been a liberal, his fawning over Bernie Sanders and President Obama are over the top.

These days Rollins’ pet causes include LGBT rights, and while he’s thrown his support behind Bernie Sanders he’s actually skeptical that America will ever feel the Bern.

“Oh, he’ll never get elected,” laughed Rollins. “I like him, because I think he’s a straight shooter. I love his progressive ideas about health care, election campaign reform, and foreign policy. I’ve always liked him because he’s honest to a fault. He’s a true statesman.”

“Obviously you can’t sell him to the Midwest or the South. But I just think he’s the best guy running. His concepts are way too radical for America in terms of health care and all that, but I don’t think any of his ideas are threatening. I don’t think any of them would be bad. I don’t think he wants the next war.”

Remember when punk rockers spoke out in opposition to the state and big government rather than in support of it?  Is Rollins so naive that he doesn't realize that supporting Sanders "progressive ideas" means more government in every Americans' lives?

Forget the sarcastic "God Save the Queen."  We now have Rollins talking about how cool the President is.  So not punk.  He told The Daily Beast, "I think [Obama]’s an amazing man and he’s got more cool than 10 James Bonds. I would have lost my dignity long ago, and he gets called a lot of names."

Punk is anti-establishment. Pro-individual freedom.  Punk is not fawning over politicians or crying over politicians being called names.  Punk is non-conformity.  It is not conforming with nearly everyone else in the entertainment industry.

My Political Punks cohost, Brett Smith, knows more about Henry Rollins than I do, so I sent him The Daily Beast article.  Here's what he said:

The thing about Hank is in his spoken word performances and in his music he is all about self-reliance. Weight-lifting, eating healthy, self-discipline are all about not relying on anyone else. He also publishes his own books through his own publisher, 2.13.61.  He has called all the shots over the years with his music as well.  He was always producing it himself and on his own terms. And yet he is a shill for Big Government. It makes no sense. It's not consistent with how he lives, what he preaches and especially not with his professed heroes like Ted Nugent.

Henry Rollins' personal story is the antithesis of Bernie Sanders' view of what America should be.  Rollins grew up with a single mom in Washington D.C. in the 60s.  He now lives in a California mansion thanks to his own efforts and success.  He's the embodiment of the American Dream.  Sanders and his big government policies want to kill that dream so that we all have the same boring, miserable life.

Is it time for Henry Rollins' punk credentials to be revoked?

PPP #7: Interview with Chuck Dixon, Comic Book Writer and Author

December 11, 2015
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In this episode, Brett and Lisa talk to Chuck Dixon about the future of comics and a little bit of politics.  Since Chuck is the co-creator of the Batman villain Bane, Lisa wastes no time asking him about a DC villain.


Chuck has more than 25 years of experience in the graphic novel field as an editor, writer and publisher. He has contributed well over a thousand scripts to publishers like DC Comics, Marvel, Dark Horse, Hyperion and others featuring a range of characters from Batman to the Simpsons. His comic book adaptation of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit continues to be an international bestseller. Considered to be one of the most prolific writers in his field, this award-winning storyteller currently writes G.I. Joe and A-team for IDW, The Good the Bad and the Ugly for Dynamite, The Simpsons for Bongo Comics along with many creator-owned projects for various publishers including Joe Frankenstein which re-unites him with Bane co-creator Graham Nolan. He is also the co-publisher of an ambitious line of graphic novels based on the American Civil War.



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PPP #5: A Modern Man vs. A Man’s Man

October 24, 2015
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This week Brett and Lisa talk about a recent New York Times article on how to be a modern man, as well as the rebuttals from National Review and Mike Rowe.  

Lisa swoons over manly men and Brett swoons over Michael Mann.  Have your Lava Soap ready because this one gets a little dirty.