Ride The Fence
Donald Trump has made history several times throughout his one-term presidency, but "the only president to be impeached twice" is definitely at the top of the list of achievements to be remembered by.
Trump's attempts to stage a coup finally materialized, resulting in thousands of his supporters "breaking into" the Capitol building in Washington, D.C. and interrupting Congress in the process.
A recap of the past week in politics with a new guest: Baris Gursakal. Happy 1st Birthday to Ride The Fence!
The second COVID-19 relief bill is stopped by Trump, most of Washington gets vaccinated, travel to and from the UK is halted due to a variant of the coronavirus, Romney keeps posturing, Barr denies special counsel for election fraud, Newsmax and Fox News
The Electoral College declares Joe Biden the winner, Attorney General Bill Barr resigns, federal executions continue, Biden and Harris are named TIME's "Person of the Year," Congress continues the fight over a second stimulus bill, Steve Schmidt reaches o
Many people do not seem to be able to accept the election results, so we decided to go out and ask a simple question: who won? This episode was filmed in Memphis, TN.
Rudy Giuliani tests positive for COVID-19, Joe Biden continues to announce horrific cabinet picks, Austin Mayor Steve Adler tells his city's residents to stay at home from his family vacation in Mexico, the House moves to decriminalize (not legalize) mari
What is the pro-choice argument? What is the pro-life argument? Take a closer look with us.
The White House communications team has been announced, and while corporate news outlets have rejoiced at the fact that they are all women, the rest of us are looking at their history in politics. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court overturns New York Governor C
If you thought, even for a moment, that Joe Biden would bring positive change to America, think again. After announcing only a few of his cabinet members, it's more than obvious that his presidency will bring more of the same.