In an era of thought bubbles, of talking points, of fake news and phony debate, #We The People LIVE is a refreshing bar-room conversation about the biggest issues of our time. Pull up a stool, grab a cocktail, and help make debate healthy again. It’s Part Two of Josh’s sit-down with the Very Bad Wizards: philosopher Tamler Sommers and psychologist David Pizarro. Since Trump, there’s been much hand-wringing about how to escape the liberal bubble and understand the white rural working poor. This week, Josh takes a break from politics in a wide-ranging, thought-provoking dialog with the wisest comedian we know, Myq Kaplan. This is a bonus complain-fest with our crew from Ep. What is it about Hillary that makes her such a hard sell? It's about sex scandals, it's about relationships, it's about blood play... This week Josh is joined by Myq Kaplan, Corinne Fisher, and James Myers live at Over the Eight Bar in Brooklyn.
It’s like listening in on an awkward three-way first date between nerds. Joining Josh to wrestle through the moral mayhem of meat is Paul Shapiro of the Hum ...…It’s been a big few weeks for the forces of anti-free-speech-ism. They recently attended the White House Correspondents' Dinner which President Trump ducked. What is the impact of distractedness on our minds in this hectic world? Join Corinne Fisher, Myq Kaplan and Chris Hamilton as they make debate healthy again. #We The People LIVE has been picked up by Slate's Panoply network and we're celebrating with a return to our roots: Bantering live in a Brooklyn bar. And they celebrate the first 100 day ...…Three big stories are coming out of Europa Land this week, and Josh wants to figure out what they mean for you. Why are airlines so crappy, and cops so aggressive? After much clamouring from their mutual fans, Josh finally caught up with Dave Rubin: comic, TV host, anti-regressive-leftist and Islamophobia-phobe.Tune in as they discuss politics, culture, terrorism, liberalism and political correctness. Josh recently endorsed them on episode 86 of this show, which shot them up the i Tunes charts, and now the three are living happily ever after. If independent thinking is your bag, enjoy Kmele Foster of Free Think Me ...…Sam Harris and Josh wrestle with such mind-expanding questions as what it means to be self-aware, whether computers will ever feel, and whether consciousness might be woven into the very fabric of the universe. Sam Harris is one of America’s most insightful and controversial public intellectuals. Tamler Sommers is a philosopher and David Pizarro is a psychologist who ponder human morality on their podcast, Very Bad Wizards. Josh and Kmele wrestle with the question until Josh’s mind is blown.