Impolitic Phones It In – Episode 43

No, really. Paul and Sean reach a new low, embrace their laziest selves, and spend the first half of the episode bantering about a bunch of rubbish they found on Twitter: from Dinesh D’Souza’s desperate attempt to prove that Dems are the real racists to the rising cost of childcare. In the episode’s second half, however, they finally get around to resuming their long-neglected Unpopular Opinions™ on libertarianism and socialism.

… But We Can All Agree: Anthony Kennedy Was A Dumbass – Episode 42, Part II

In the second half of Impolitic’s inaugural two-parter, Sean and Paul discuss all-things-SCOTUS: from the Court’s dubious ruling on Trump’s travel ban to Anthony Kennedy, Janus, and court-packing.

The Bronx Is Coming Up Roses – Episode 42, Part I

Thanks to an unexpected internet outage, Episode 42 is Impolitic’s first two-parter! In the first half, Paul and Sean discuss DSA-backed Congressional candidate Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s upset primary victory in New York.

Alexa, Is Amazon Evil? – Episode 41

On this week’s installment, Paul and Sean discuss all things Amazon: from Seattle’s recently-thwarted head tax to US cities’ humiliating efforts to become the site of HQ2. Afterwards, they mull the ethics of making life hellish for Trump’s inner circle.

An Interview w/ Jordan Poss on Historical Fiction, World War Two Commandos, and the Babylon Bee – Episode 39

This week, special guess Jordan Poss comes on to talk about his passion for writing historical fiction. Along the way, he and Paul talk about overly romanticized accounts of World War Two, the original novel True Grit, and the end of an era at the Babylon Bee.

Real Housewives: Revolutionary or Reactionary? (w/ Hélène Huet) – Episode 38

After the Deep State cancelled Roseanne, Paul quit libertarianism and took to the woods to train as a tanky. So this week, Sean is cohosting the show with scholar, librarian, social democrat, and reality-TV aficionado Hélène Huet (@superHH). Together they discuss whether the Real Housewives shows are radical or reactionary, rehash the premise of episode 8, and propose a Real Housewives presidential cabinet.