Max hits the midweek mark, once again without Mike or Ginger, but he does have Dan his Long Suffering Producer, and the trusty Max Miller Dog, although Max is not sure which one he needs most. (Probably the dog).
“Bring me their heads”
Still this doesn’t prevent Max for once again praising the Wall Street Journal on their Boeing 737 Max coverage, and then getting into Trump’s Mad King episode in the Rose Garden, and how all this really does affect the people who voted for him, rural America, although Max does have to get into the definition of the word “snowflake”. Plus, Max gives free of charge a killer slogan for any Democrat to use if running for president. Finally, Max gets into what is actually a valid “cover up” for Donald Trump.
You will be pleased to know, this guy is NOT running for president
The Voice of the Radical Center crew, Max, Ginger and Mike get right down to basics as they talk about abortion rights, tariffs, the priorities of the Texas Senate (hint, it has something to do with plastic bags), the fact that Max is NOT running for president, and somehow they find time to discuss Max’s DIY skills, which it turns out are nonexistent.
Max can’t get the words out of his mouth correctly as he explains how Trump possibly, maybe, ripped off a ten year old boy when they were playing golf. Next Max goes into his definition of courage, which he refines from the last time he spoke on this subject, and wonders is there something more than physical courage. Before Max gets to his main topic of Alabama and their outlawing of abortion, he does find time yet again to explain to the Donster that China is not paying the tariffs, we are.
The weekend version of the Voice of The Radical Center kicks off with Max in rhapsody over the fact that his beloved Spurs (no not the San Antonio one) have made it to the Champions League final, where they will play Liverpool.
At least this doesn’t fly? Right?
The popularity of soccer though is missed by Ginger, who, while pleased Max is pleased, pushes to move the show on from sports and to its main mission, politics. Next they get on to the exciting subject of buying appliances, which is somehow connected to the fate of farmers. They finally get to the main subject at hand, the 737 Max although they cannot agree on whether they would get on one.
The Voice of the Radical Center crew have talked many times about the crushing debt that families take on to send their kids to college, but conversely, Max and the gang are huge fans of Austin Community College, and other community colleges nationwide.
So how many decades will it take for you to pay off your student loans?
On this show, Dr. Melissa Curtis and Jim Koerner from Austin Community College, discuss the benefits of going to a community college, not just for kids out of high school, but also for adults trying to get their careers back on track. Of course this doesn’t stop Max from kicking off the show wondering about tariffs, farmers, infrastructure, and anything else that takes up space in his massive brain.
Max hits his next show wondering what is going on with William Barr, Ted Cruz and Little Lindsey Graham, until he figures out exactly why it is that that so called Conservatives have prostrated themselves in front of The Donald.
Oh crap, I’m sitting next to Ted
And it’s not just politicians, many pundits have decided to buckle under despite everything they have said before totally contradicting themselves in Trumpland. Meanwhile real families believe healthcare is the number one issue they would like to see resolved.
Max abandoned yet again by Mike and Ginger, still manages to get a show out the door as he accompanied this time by the ever loyal Max Miller Dog and Dan the Producer behind the glass.
Steve King walks on water, NOT Steven King. Got that?
Max starts by noticing how messianic Steve King has become by comparing his suffering to that of Jesus Christ. Alrighty then! Then in shock and amazement, Max recounts a proposed Democratic policy that might actually make sense. Good grief Charlie Brown! Max also finds time to remind us all that Trump and Kim John Un are BFF’s…
The Maxster starts the week by confessing his many weaknesses, in particular when it comes to chocolate, but this gets Max going on an Easter theme and allows Max to show his total lack of religious education.
Ahh, the good old days of no imported washing machines, and laundry in high heels
But as always the main issue for Max is nothing is being done for everyday Americans right now, as Max reminds us, neither Democrats or Republicans are doing anything useful for us. Then Max gets into one of his favorite topics, tariffs, and how tariffs are nothing more than an increase in taxes on the middle class. Somehow Max manages to bring all this together in his overview of washing machines.
So what happens when dad goes out of town and leaves the kids in-charge? You get a good freaking podcast that is what happens. The Maxster is off doing…well…whatever it is that Max does when he is out of town & has left Ginger, Mike, and The Max Miller Dog in-charge of the show for a day.
How come there isn’t one for “Independent”?
With Max out of town, Ginger and Mike took advantage of the situation and dove into our favorite topic, the 2020 Democratic candidates for president. Now, it would be boring if Ginger and I just said the same old thing again about them, so we recruited the host of The Armchair QB Podcast, Bill Reed to provide the all too crucial voice of the Ohio independent on this topic. Bill is the guy who represent the guys who got Trump elected so you politicians should sit up and listen to what he has to say. Literally Bill represents the central Ohio independent who voted for Obama and also voted for Trump. Want to know what the Ohio voter cares about? Want to know why many of them voted for Trump? Most importantly, do you want to know what it would take for them to change their vote back again? Tune in to the latest episode of The Voice Of The Radical Center
Max, Ginger and Mike are back up to full strength after they both abandoned Max earlier in the week, Mike ostensibly to go skiing, but the others are doubtful about Mikes ability on the slopes. Moving on quickly Max wonders whether he would ever get on a 737 Max, and exactly what it is that TX rep Tony Tinderholt plans to accomplish with his idea that any woman who has an abortion would face the death penalty. Then the team jumps into Gingers favorite topic, food, and how the US is producing the wrong type of food, and small farmers are losing out.