So many Democrats seem to be running for the Democrat presidential nomination that Max gets confused in this radio version of Voice of the Radical Center.
Kiss me, I’m…
Joined as ever by Ginger and Mike, each presenter gets to analyze a couple of the would be nominees. Ginger chooses one that Max has never heard of, while Max chose to talk about Beto O’Rourke who then decides is really Irish.
Max starts the show by talking about the movie Weekend at Bernie’s, which makes him think of Weekend at Trumps.
Now look, only one of us is dead. Can you guess which?
But he then moves on to a serious note talking about the USS Wasp which was sunk in 1942, and an amazing letter an officer on the ship sent to his five year old son. Max contrasts this with Tucker Carlson’s character and other Fox News opinion heads. Finally, Max gets back to how insanely hard it is to get your kids into the correct college.
Max and the Voice of the Radical Center regulars, Ginger, and Counselor Mike are joined by Accountant Mark to discuss the every spiraling costs of sending a kid to college, and what can be done to lower the price, or to make it more accessible.
Ahh, NOW I see the problem
Unfortunately for the Voice of the Radical Center, even with their massive brain power, they cannot seem to solve the problem. Rest assured they will revisit the issue soon. Max then resorts to telling stories about how many weird hotels he has stayed in .
The Voice Of The Radical Center moves back to the live radio show, as Max, Ginger and Mike welcome guest Kevin Koym, founder of Austin based tech incubator Techridge to talk about what it means to start a company in today’s environment, how government policy can have negative or positive effects on starting a business, and anything else the team can dig into.
Smile, we’re in love remember
Naturally politics becomes part of the conversation as the gang also finds time to talk about inane questions from both the left and right towards Michael Cohen, and Max even quotes a nineteenth century French philosopher.
Max gets to Thursday and finds himself spending too much time on the Michael Cohen saga, and the inane questions asked by both Republicans and Democrats except for one congresswomen in particular, the rest it seemed what to act as if they were back in 7th grade.
Max next digs into North Korea, but spends most of his time talking about the drug company CEO’s who were summoned to congress to please explain why drug prices are so high, and would they pretty please lower those prices. Well gee, that will do it. As if that wasn’t enough, Max also finds time to talk Tesla and term limits too.
Max is joined by the rest of the Radical Center gang, Ginger and Mike, as they do their weekly roundup live to see if anyone in DC, Republican or Democrat has done anything remotely useful for the Average Working American.
I’m right! No I’M RIGHT!
Unfortunately, the answer appears to be no, yet again. They team looks over how the wages for everyday Americans are below what they were in 1970, how the Democrats do not seem to be talking about issues that are important, and how yet again, Amazon’s Alexa cannot recognize Max’s voice.
Max is delayed in getting his first show of the week as he is recovering from going to the dentist yet again, only this time it leads him to being a day late in getting his show out the door, although it does allow him to drink heavily.
Look, I know the wall is stupid, but I have to be reelected
Max has to get to Lindsey Graham and his total capitulation to Donald Trump, more importantly Max gets into Grahams view on what is important to the average working man or women. Little Lindsey seems quite happy to take money from middle school kids in Kentucky, he does represent South Carolina after all, to build a wall which most people on the border don’t want. Max also delves into the appalling state of South Carolina’s wellness stats.
Max hits Friday with his very special National Emergency Podcast Edition focusing on the ramifications of Trumps plan to build a wall, circumvent Congress and of course seize land from ranchers and farmer and ranchers on the border of Mexico which Max would have thought would upset Ted Cruz no end.
Trust me, I have great hair
Max then gets into the where the emergency funding will come from, which in this case will include taking funds from housing for the military. Next Max gets into the war of words with Ann Coulter and Trump, and Trumps threats yet again to place tariffs on German cars.
Max starts his week by going over the last few days to see if anyone in DC has done anything useful to help the Average Working Man or Women.
“You’re good looking.” “No YOU’RE better looking.” No YOU are!” No I mean, YOU are.”
Max starts by looking at the rather starting statistic of the number of people who are behind on their car payments, which primarily is working class Americans. Max also delves into how a BBC reporter was attacked at Trumps wall rally, and how Donald Trump seems to be very good at negotiating with himself, and losing.
Max finally gets his delayed show out the door after one of the Windows 10 machines in the Max Miller Studio goes AWOL.
Best headline ever
So 24 hours late, Max is able to produce his next show, just in time it seems to focus on yet again the cost of prescription drugs in the US, and the exposure of Jeff Bezos, which actually Max supports. (All puns intended). The costs of prescription drugs drew Max’s biggest mail bag so far this year, and he spends more time explaining how even Trump supporters now know they are being ripped off.