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Michael Malice brings his unique perspective–and plenty of sick burns–as he discusses everything from north Korea to American politics and culture with a bevy of guests. The newest 15 episodes are always free, but if you want access to all the archives, watch live, chat live, access to the forums, and get the show 5 days before it comes out everywhere else - you can subscribe now at gasdigitalnetwork.com and use the code YWMM to save 15% on the entire network, 2 week free trial.
 
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American entrepreneur, political commentator, and cohost of The Fifth Column podcast, Kmele Foster joins Michael this week for a discussion on the plausible etymology of his unique first name, how Kmele is responsible for Michael being white-pilled, whether or not the world would be a better place if Yale University would cease to exist, the correc…
 
Bestselling author, entrepreneur, and investor Carol Roth joins Michael this week for a discussion on whether or not she's a grandma killer, what qualifies a worker or business as essential, why Small Business Week received no coverage from the press, how unique and historic businesses were forced to close while seven big tech companies accrued $3.…
 
American radio show host and conspiracy theorist Alex Jones joins Michael this week for a discussion on whether or not the title of "conspiracy theorist" is flattering, the difference between President Obama's pre-election stances and those he took once in office, what actually happened during the Biden election, whether or not California should be…
 
"Comedian" Dave Smith joins Michael once again this week for a discussion on his recent and overwhelmingly positive attendance of PorcFest, the inevitable apology tour that will occur if Michael or Dave gain control of the LP Twitter account, the trope going around that Dave is a cancer on the party, whether or not he will make the LP an inhospitab…
 
Original MTV VJ, announcer, and cohost of the No Agenda podcast, Adam Curry joins Michael this week for a discussion on Michael's pending move to Austin, what Americans get wrong most about their own country, the blue-pilled deflection of labeling something a conspiracy theory by default, the crucial importance of having a discussion about man-made…
 
American journalist, digital strategist at The Insurrection, and the founding editor of Gawker, Elizabeth Spiers joins Michael this week for a discussion on the politicization of America and whether or not it's a good thing, a plethora of factors that would contribute to someone becoming a voter for Trump, how the many phases of Gawker could be dir…
 
American political activist and author Jack Posobiec joins Michael this week for a discussion on what Antifa is and why we should care, how a Polish person can be against an "anti-fascist" organization, who Antifa was formed to target and why they consider them social fascists, how questioning the validity of the corporate press is a great first re…
 
"Comedian" Dave Smith joins Michael once again this week for a discussion on the importance of centralizing an argument against systemic evils, a brief comparison between Friedman and Rothbard, what it takes to get a standing ovation out of Rothbard, what the "inefficiency" of the State actually means in practice, the difference between silencing s…
 
Human trafficking survivor and survivor advocate Eliza Bleu joins Michael this week for a discussion on how people are being trafficked on Twitter, having your likeness used for anything from membership solicitation to nefarious deeds, a case of two unnamed minors suing Twitter in hopes of removing their exploitation, the appropriate avenues for de…
 
American author and historian David Pietrusza joins Michael this week for a discussion on what prompted him to write his newest book about the Rust Belt, a brief overview of Poland's history, where Polish jokes came from, how the blackpilled population of today would actually be justified in their pessimism throughout history, David's first memory …
 
Political commentator, columnist, and author Kristin Tate joins Michael this week for a discussion on domestic migration and what comes along with it, how the bootstrap mentality of New Hampshire slowly dissipated as the state turned blue, the rational and pragmatic stimuli that justify relocating to another state, the death of New York City, why M…
 
"Comedian" Dave Smith joins Michael once more this week for a discussion on what to do when you've shot a venomous snake in your boat, Dave toying with the idea of running for the Libertarian Party nomination, where he would deport Luis J. Gomez to if elected, Michael's inevitable move out of New York and into "Williamsburg West", how the mainstrea…
 
Actor, Objectivist, and co-founder of the American Capitalist Party, Mark Pellegrino joins Michael this week for a discussion on the key factors to finding success in acting, Michael's experience meeting Nathaniel Brandon, some of Mark's biggest takeaways from having Brandon as his therapist for a year, Rand's "sense of life" philosophy, the univer…
 
Retired NASA astronaut and author Clayton Anderson joins Michael this week for a discussion on the questions that people usually have for an astronaut, the psychological effect of catastrophic failures during Clayton's prospective years, what it was like to train underwater in preparation for space, the near-tragic injury he experienced while doing…
 
Author, scholar, and newly appointed National Director of Research at the American Federation for Children, Corey DeAngelis joins Michael this week for a discussion on saving children from government schools, a white-pilled perspective on the future of education, the different types of school choice now being proposed across the country and which p…
 
Comedian Dave Smith joins Michael once again this week for a discussion on the differences between telling a joke in person versus on a podcast, a recap of Michael's recent experience recording with Jordan Peterson, Dave answers some of the same questions that Michael asked Jordan, the culpability and credibility of educational institutions, how ma…
 
American mathematician, cultural critic, and founder of New Discourses, James Lindsay joins Michael this week for a discussion on critical race theory and its warning signs, the theory's parallels to Soviet logic, which philosophers were merely rationalizing their own pathologies, how language is often used as code to communicate with like-minded p…
 
Political comedian and author Tim Young joins Michael this week for a discussion on why the Capitol doors weren't locked on January 6th, what happens to good cops who try to speak out against corruption, how the Left says everyone on a college campus is a rapist while the Right says it's nobody at all, how conservatives are running out of catchphra…
 
American writer, comedian, and broadcaster Bridget Phetasy joins Michael this week for a discussion on what makes her so engaging to her audience, what she's done to assess her own victimhood and change the tide of her life for the better, what she learned from her first trip to rehab at 19 years old, the Soviets' warped views on therapy and the vi…
 
"Comedian" Dave Smith joins Michael once again this week for a discussion on the things we weren't taught about FDR, the issue with portraying Abraham Lincoln as a historical figure with complex ideologies, the importance of reading between the lines historically, how today's progressives conveniently turn a blind eye to events in the "before time"…
 
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