PPP #12: Interview with Milo Yiannopoulos

January 27, 2016

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.


PPP #11: Lisa Interviews Ann Coulter on KKNT

January 22, 2016

This week list guest hosted the Seth Leibsohn Show on KKNT The Patriot in Phoenix, AZ.  NY Times bestselling author Ann Coulter joined the show.  They talk about alpha males, conservative books and her latest column.  Oh, and immigration!

Buy Ann's latest book, Adios, America
Buy Lisa's book, Finding Mr. Righteous

Thank You!

January 8, 2016


PPP #6: Interview with Greg Gutfeld

December 8, 2015

We could create an entire political philosophy based on the genius of Greg Gutfeld. Oh wait, we did.  In our latest podcast, we talk to Gutfeld about his new book, How to Be Right: The Art of Being Persuasively Correct. Be sure to buy a copy or five. 


Not That You Need to Advertise…

September 10, 2015

Even though true political punks don't need to advertise, it sure is fun to do it.  Order your Political Punks gear here.  

Also, we have more fun shirts on the way.  

Meet the Political Punks

August 20, 2015

In February 2015, I wrote an article coining the phrase "political punks."  So, what is a political punk? 

They appreciate mainstream culture for the power of the parable in furthering a message of liberty. They also understand that unlike the perpetually outraged on both sides, Americans don’t view everything through politics. They are anti-authoritarian. They are punk. They go against the liberal culture scene and the conservative political scene. These punks are our best hope for engaging new audiences on the importance of liberty.