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Best Timcast podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Timcast podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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Hackers have made it into Reddit, the WeChat ban reaches REALLY far - farther than most people realize, antifa journalism hides what actually happens, abolishing the police MAY have been taken too far and even left-wing journalism is beginning to admit it, and Bill De Blasio is burning NYC to the ground. Support the show (http://Timcast.com/donate)…
 
Donald Trump makes an unsettling statement during his remarks to Whirlpool, an Antifa activist is apprehended by the feds for cutting brakelines in an NYPD van in what appears to be more hammer dropping, five people are charged with felony harassment for retweeting a request for doxxing information on a police officer, Eric Garcetti has decided tha…
 
The beanie crew goes over the explosion in Beirut, which raises questions of journalism's need to tell the full truth to everyone all the time, Trump's 2020 chances are scrutinized, the hearing on Antifa, and Kayleigh McEnany's handling of the press conference rocks, as always. Support the show (http://Timcast.com/donate)…
 
Cuban-Americans rally to show support for a Cuban small business owner who is being harassed by BLM, an MSNBC reporter quits in disgust at the state of modern mainstream media, Tim and Adam discuss an old-school journalists' creed, and finally, a light in the darkness with Elon Musk's SpaceX. Support the show (http://Timcast.com/donate)…
 
Seattle moves to abolish its own police department after explosives are found in the city, grandma's boy in Portland is arrested, the die is cast between freedom and security, voters believe democrat city leaders and journalists are encouraging violence, and racism is a public health crisis, in a naked bid to undermine rights and freedoms, and the …
 
The Portland democrat leadership has given in to federal demands in what they are attempting to frame as a victory, the big tech monopolies hearing is a bust, democrat voters just want to print money, Bernie Sanders has been shuffled to the right by the shifting of the political stances wheel, and Trump considers banning TikTok. Support the show (h…
 
The DNC loses police protection as 100 police groups pull support from them over their anti-police policy positions, Mr. Barr has adventures in congressional hearings, Antifa plants nails in mortars, and Trump is censored on social media for retweeting a video of licensed medical professionals referring to a Yale epidemiologist. Support the show (h…
 
The Oregon attorney general has a case against federal forces trying to help Portland thrown out of court, Vox news is completely fake, escalation appears imminent for Louisville counter-militia protesters, a Chinese national is arrested at the Chinese consulate in San Francisco, signaling deepening rifts between China and the US. Finally, a hopefu…
 
Tactical teams are being deployed to Seattle when leadership is affected, the mayor of Portland decides to actively riot with the rioters, Philly doubles down on threats to arrest feds, removing the relics of slavery involves much more than the Democrats thought, and some philosophy about what makes people tick. Support the show (http://Timcast.com…
 
A breaking news story about the judge in an Epstein-related case, followed by the suspect's suicide captures the attention of the beanie crew. Then, the somewhat-similar story of Michael Hastings send chills down collective spines, the banality of evil unsettles the crew, and the McCloskey couple is charged - but will be pardoned if convicted - and…
 
A COUNTERINSURGENCY has arisen!!! Well, actually, it's just an official communication telling police to do their jobs. Tim and Adam unpack the drama. Then, fake news meets its match in the podcast, and the crew deliberates on what humans move away from and move toward. Support the show (http://Timcast.com/donate)…
 
The feds appear to be 'black-bagging' Antifa thugs after only 47 days of rioting, Kayleigh McEnany makes a very slightly garbled statement and the media runs with it, and those journalists are being laid off, in a very schadenfreude moment. Then, on darker tides, estrogen is forcibly administered to a teen boy, in China, Uyghur Muslims are being fo…
 
TWITTER HAS BEEN HACKED, and a few other things happened to possibly precipitate it. Tim and Adam unravel the possibly-disastrous lead-up to the most recent happenings on social media and in the culture war (hint: Everything good about society is, apparently, something white supremacists would do). Support the show (http://Timcast.com/donate)…
 
Tim and Adam kick off the podcast with a quick review of the Patreon suit, and then the Alaska Airlines fiasco with the screaming man fueled by the modern outrage culture. Then, Portland activists attempt to burn down the federal courthouse. A tragedy in Indianapolis is compounded when activists mob a deceased mother's personal Facebook page, a rec…
 
The Libertarian party has truly gone off the deep end as Jo Jorgensen is tweeting out woke catchphrases, perhaps without understanding them. Then, the Terry Crews platform is discussed, and fascism vs authoritarianism. Onward into the policing of language on the real dictionary as well as the Urban Dictionary, and then the ever-changing nature of h…
 
A thorough examination of racial slurs that people do NOT know (because people aren't racist, generally speaking) precedes conversation about how the SCOTUS has decided to overrule Oklahoma's state autonomy and split the state along old tribal lines, followed by theorizing about the end of America, whether Hillary will run again, and closing with t…
 
The case of the Seattle driver who ran into two protesters on a highway during a protest raises Tim and Adam's ire, with a heavy emphasis on avoiding the morality police and the big cities as a way to save sanity and preserve constitutional rights. Then the conversation turns to who would be best suited to actually bringing law and order to the wor…
 
Tim opens with the idea of civil war and conversation follows about how the media filters facts to fit a narrative and how at some point, it can no longer be considered incompetence, it must be malice. Then, the topic is the removal of statues of black founding fathers, specifically Frederick Douglass. The violence in Georgia also reflects the medi…
 
CNN has officially dubbed Mount Rushmore a monument built for and by slave-owners, as far left activists attempt to stop President Trump's Independence Day celebration. Conversation meanders to the privilege of the so-called revolutionaries, young people lacking structure and filling their vacuum of meaning with cultish beliefs, leading to the conc…
 
Tim and Adam unpack the recent story of a woman recorded in a Chipotle parking lot brandishing a gun in response to an aggressive, angry family who were accusing her of racism, and the result of her actions. The guys express their concerns about whether innocent until proven guilty will be upheld going forward, especially in the context of Title IX…
 
In this episode, Tim and Adam discuss a business owner trapped in the CHAZ/CHOP (now dismantled). They discuss the dangerous minor events that might cause a civil war, and speculate about the 4th of July. Then, talk turns political as polls are discussed and theories about Joe Biden pulling the ultimate Art of War move develop. Finally, the algorit…
 
Adam goes incidentally viral, but his video is taken down after a short, rapid rise to fame. Discussion arises around this video, recent polling, and how well Tucker Carlson is doing on cable networks. Then, the topic is Independence Day, and then a study about the magic words you can say to keep yourself safe and healthy when you go outside. Final…
 
The beanie crew returns from a beanieless weekend to talk about OK finally bringing the hammer down on protesters, the chaos in Louisville, and what causes and amplifies white fragility. The conversation turns to Beverly Hills, where protesters attempted (and failed) to 'eat the rich'. Conversation turns to religion and morals, movies and music, cu…
 
Tim uses Parler, a new social media site, to ask the question: How does civil war start? His answer lies in the electoral college, which he explains in terms of the fact that people want to get rid of it already. Then, Tim and Adam discuss an attack on a Wisconsin politician, how to protest properly, what you can do to make a political difference, …
 
CHAZ/CHOP are on the line as chaos mounts and the 'residents' of CHAZ demand safeties from society they rejected, NPR frames a news story in a reliably tiresome way, modern people don't know how lucky they are, a conspiracy theory sweeps the BLM movement, and Tim and Adam have a heated conversation and Tim says what he's really thinking. Support th…
 
Millennials are roundly mocked by gen Z (with good reason), far leftists have successfully removed (and set an American flag on fire atop) a statue of George Washington, Democrats remove portraits of Confederate supporters from the House at Nancy Pelosi's instruction, and the Wizards of the Coast are at it again, firing an artist for the unspeakabl…
 
Tim and Adam open the show with a little conversation about how supposedly-racist Dungeons and Dragons is now, and what they'll be doing to 'fix' these problems. Then, Tim expresses doubts about the election, a recent Trump ad that's been marked 'manipulated' by CNN, and the legacy of racism that now has US companies removing removing the legacies …
 
Everything's on fire in Atlanta as cops begin to strike over the unjust charges being leveled against Garrett Rolfe for defending himself on the job. A conversation about India and China and the potential for allyship during the pending WWIII leads to talk about the Babylon Bee's end of the world predictions. Then, a final conversation about the le…
 
A man is shot at an Albuquerque and the news immediately tries to spin what happened, some blue-collar men defend a statue of Christopher Columbus in Philadelphia (and it's not who you think). Then, Google helps a news organization take down its competition and then IMMEDIATELY backpedals, and a football coach appears to have lost his spine on a fi…
 
Tim and Adam analyze the cell phone outage and question whether this is a targeted attack. Speaking of targets, Bill de Blasio has it in for the Jews. Then, things get serious in the CHAZ/CHOP as weapons are handed around and Tim discusses optimism bias. Support the show (http://Timcast.com/donate)
 
Minneapolis defunds their entire police force by a unanimous, veto-proof city council vote, and NYC, the Seattle city mayor theorizes that they might have a 'summer of love' at the CHAZ, where Tim insists he would cause trouble and have fun, and Adam disagrees. Then, talk turns to the revolution, and who is first in line when it actually happens. S…
 
Tim and Adam continue the conversation about the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone in Seattle, and Tim relates his experience with Occupy Wall Street. Then, discussion of modern-day inquisitions and book-burning, as well as how to solve the problem of big social media companies controlling the narrative. Magic the Gathering is the next focus, as new 'an…
 
Tim and Adam take a look at the left's view of the coming civil war, and find some inconsistencies in thinking. Then, generations come into perspective and lack of meaning is a question again. In other news that is not really news, Seattle has gone completely off the rails as protesters wall off seven city blocks and give it fanciful names. Tim and…
 
Tim and Adam discuss current events and the need for adventure and meaning, and hark back to Evergreen to figure out the signs we should have paid attention to. Then a recent Babylon Bee story overlaps with reality a little too much as a racetrack holds a 'protest' race and draws thousands of attendees, earning the ire of the governor. Then, the co…
 
Buffalo police quit en masse after a video of officers pushing a 75-year-old man so that he falls and hits his head go viral, segregation is back, propaganda is everywhere, and people are apologizing too easily. Finally, Tim speaks out in favor of bringing back dueling as a method of settling disputes. Support the show (http://Timcast.com/donate)…
 
Tim and Adam have a conversation about the absolute state of millennial protestors, disbanding the police and what that would entail, and Chicago's solution to problems in the city (hint: It involves RAZING entire neighborhoods). Finally, a little conversation about what America means to the beanie crew. Support the show (http://Timcast.com/donate)…
 
A leader in the Black Lives Matter Movement is "going to war"...by espousing some very conservative-sounding stances. Then the focus is on the left-wing religion of wokeness as crowds and crowds of people gather to proclaim their guilt and vow to be better and Tim sees the importance of innocence until proven guilty. The conversation naturally turn…
 
The crew discusses the recent speech from Trump, which includes directions for cracking down on the violent riots engulfing the nation. Adam ponders where we go from here, and Tim looks at the steps that have brought us here. Then, a fledgling Antifa member turns himself in to the police under the watch of his parents. Support the show (http://Timc…
 
The latest targets of riots purportedly about George Floyd's death in Minneapolis target the CNN headquarters in Atlanta, and the White House. Tim and Adam discuss some of the issues with policing in the US, and go on to share personal experiences that shape their views of the world. Finally, Trump's censorship by Twitter causes Mark Zuckerberg of …
 
There are riots in Minnesota, and spreading to other cities across the US, as the MN prosecutor declares there's not enough evidence to bring criminal charges against the police officer involved in George Floyd's death. Then, identity politics appears to have become more prevalent during the Occupy Wall Street movement, and a Twitter personality be…
 
In a weak move, Jimmy Fallon apologizes but is still 'cancelled' for making jokes 20 years ago when footage surfaces of him in blackface. This segues neatly into conversation about the power tripping evident in the 'Karen' phenomenon, especially the latest example in New York City. Because of the racial component, this story then leads naturally in…
 
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