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That Time Scott Crowd-Surfed

Talk Radio Potpourri

Today's batch smells like Charlie Munger, Cynthia Nixon's hunger strike, Lucy's attempt to entrap men this Christmas, throwing your wedding ring in the trash, and more.

Terrible Solution to Omaha's Housing Issues

Today, we address the dumb idea of ADUs in Omaha, the "Outrageous" history of backlash against Hollywood, me doubling down on what listeners hated about me talking to Dr. Mark Christian yesterday, and more.

Perspectives: Squid Game vs Gaza

After talking about Squid Game and "Squid Game: The Home Game" (aka, Thanksgiving and cantaloupe consumption), Dr. Mark Christian joins me for a much more intellectual conversation about the latest from Israel.

Rob Reiner & Soledad O'Brien

The actor/filmmaker and journalist team up to examine "Who Killed JFK?" in a new podcast on iHeartRadio.

Boys Town Responds to Abuse Allegations

Boys Town President and National Executive Director Fr. Steven Boes and Historian Tom Lynch talk with me about recent disturbing allegations against the organization.

"The Many Faces of Oswald's Assassin"

I talk with author Danny Fingeroth about his new book exploring complicated historical figure Jack Ruby.

Sweet Dreams (Are Made of Theeeis)

Today we address various issues plaguing society: Abortion, cyber-stalking, Osama bin Laden, and the Eurythmics.

Kurtis Blow!

The legendary rapper joins us to talk about coming to Omaha with "The Hip Hop Nutcracker," whether a hit song of his got him in trouble on the courts, and making us one of the best batches of pancakes ever.

Homelessness in Omaha: A Different Perspective

We address the worsening problem in Omaha with Open Door Mission CEO Candace Gregory and Douglas County Sheriff Aaron Hanson. Later, in talking with the Sheriff about other issues, Chief Deputy Will Niemack revealed that the department is actively seeking applicants for a select few opening with their office.