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“John Kasich Should Run For President”: Ep 135

Jene urges listeners to regularly go to our website and click on the music play (here) where you can hear all of the songs that have been played on our show over the last several years. You can listen 24/ 7 – unless we’re recording a live show!

Jene asks Jerry to tell how he learned to play the guitar. Then he recaps a trip to a jazz club in Cincinnati and how roots and jazz have similar backgrounds.

Jerry then dives in on an interesting topic – why he wants John Kasich to run for president in 2020. Would he challenge Trump again? Would he have a chance?

Our musical guest this week is Joybird:

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Why Are Americans Still With Trump? Ep. 134

First, Jerry has a gripe with his barber, cutting his hair shorter than it’s been since he was in the military.

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Then, Jerry asks – how is it possible that some Americans are still with Donald Trump? What will it take for him to lose his hardcore supporters?

Music from James Weston, who is back from a summer trip performing in England.

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Even Republicans Are Trashing Trump: Ep. 133

Jene starts by reading an email from a listener.

We ask Megan what her weekend camping trip was like in Kentucky’s Red River Gorge. Did she wear heels and a business suit?

Then, we recap: Rex Tillerson called Trump a moron and Bob Corker compared the White House to an adult day care. Are they joking or is there a serious side to this? Jerry points out: No one seemed to dispute Trump being a moron, only whether Secretary of State Tillerson actually said it.

Our musical guest is Blake Berglund:

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Why Is Trump Fighting With Republicans? Ep. 132

First, we congratulate Jerry for doing his part in sharing the American culture with Cuba by inviting our former Havana tour guide, Jesus, to his television show yesterday. How did it go?

When you were a kid, is it true you were walked from the school gym by administration for your behavior?

Then Jerry wonders: Why is Pres. Trump fighting with Republicans? Who gains out of all this?

Musical guest: Blake Berglund

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How Can We Stop Mass Shootings: Ep. 131

Some fun off the top: With the passing of Hugh Hefner, was Jerry ever a guest at the Playboy Mansion?

Speaking of playboys, is it true that Jene once asked Joan Baez out?

Also, Megan sent out a mandate to all podcast employees to submit to a drug test. How did that go over with her co-hosts?

Jerry’s Rant: After the Las Vegas mass shooting, Jerry talks about the need for legislation against assault weapons and how the NRA wages political battles against their opponents. How many more people would be alive today in both Sandy Hook and Las Vegas if assault weapons were illegal?

Musical Guest: Brent James & the Vintage Youth

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Comparing Trump and Nixon: Ep. 129

Jene introduces our phone guest, Dr. Greg Schrand, of Ask the Lifeguard, who will give an end of summer life guarding report for 2017.

Jene mentions a new video about Folk School Coffee Parlor, which is now on our website.

Corporate is suggesting we begin work with a staff psychologist, which they are willing to provide.

Then, Jerry compares President Trump and President Nixon in a way you might not expect: both used culture wars as a weapon to try to improve their diminishing poll numbers (see Trump’s tweets about NFL players. He says it’s not about race, but Jerry argues it’s all about race.

Musical guest: Steve and Donna Bing

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Will The Republicans Repeal Obamacare? Ep. 128

Jene says Corporate is now listening regularly and is insisting, based on the inconsistency in format and procedures they hear, that we immediately create an employee handbook. Because this is an HR function, the boys ask Megan for assistance.

Jene notices that at the website, it shows an empty lifeguard chair with an “on break” sign hanging on it. Does that mean something about the reliability of the information the lifeguard gives our listeners? Speaking of him, next week we’ll have the lifeguard on as an end-of-summer ritual.

Then, Jerry analyzes what will happen as the Republicans try one more time to repeal Obamacare.

Musical Guest: Harry Sparks
A staple of the bluegrass scene in these parts for over forty years, Harry is known and admired by musicians and folks all across the country.

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Before closing with Down By the Riverside, we hear Jerry sing a song about Union Terminal recorded in 1971 while he was on Cincinnati city council.

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