The Dean of Harvard College recently chose not to bring back Ronald S. Sullivan Jr. as Faculty Dean of Winthrop House (a residential house for undergraduates). The decision was due to mounting pressure from student activists. Kirk talks with one of these student activists, Madeleine Woods, who explains what exactly they were actually protesting. Headlines would make it seem like this story was focused on the criminal defense of accused rapist Harvey Weinstein, but Madeleine articulates why she and other students were protesting.
Did we just become best friends?!?! NFL Insider Mike Lombardi joins Kirk to clear the air. The two rehash their time when Mike was a guest on Kirk's former show and talk about Mike's recent pod with Sporty R. McKenzie. They also discuss Lombardi's relationship with Bill Belichick and get into a brief discussion about music (which inevitably means Springsteen talk).
William Bendetson Patriots is an accomplished author, podcast host and sports writer. Get to know the the most recent addition to Kirk's entourage as they go behind the scenes on the Patriots beat, discuss growing up mass-hole and Kirk considers converting to Judaism.
After rejecting a rather generous donation from Robert Kraft, Deacon Patrick Moynihan, President of the Haitians Project maintains that he was morally obligated to turn down the money. Kirk and Deacon Moynihan get into it as they debate the decision to turn away enough money to operate the charitable foundation for an entire year because of Robert Kraft’s alleged prostitution solicitation charge. Is Deacon Moynihan in the right to reject this gift or does bread come before ethics,?