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Our favorite political pundit, Lanhee Chen, talks about Trump's campaign and Biden's CNN Town Hall appearance.
Radio legend Michael Savage joins Armstrong & Getty to talk about science (and common misunderstanding of science), two of the greatest scams of our time and truth about Bernie Sanders.
House minority leader Kevin McCarthy joins A&G to talk about the CA blackouts, AB5's failure and new battle between socialism and freedom
Lanhee Chen is The Armstrong & Getty Show's go-to guy for for an honest take on politics. He's worked on 4 presidential campaigns and is often called-upon as a pundit on cable new shows. Lanhee joins A&G to talk politics (and sometimes baseball) every Friday. This week, the guys talk about the trolling topic launched by President Trump this week and what could happen if the filibuster were to be eliminated.
San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer shares the same challenges and frustrations as virtually every mayor in America. But America's Finest City is setting itself apart due to his leadership. Faulconer has taken a different approach to the COVID 19 pandemic, specifically in regards to finding a better balance between maintaining public health while also supporting local business and the economy. Also noteworthy has been the city's attitude towards the protests which have lead to major riots in other cities across the country. Mayor Faulconer joined Armstrong & Getty to talk about how his administration has been dealing with these simultaneous crisis.
Traditionally, candidates for political office are required to face the press. But in the digital age, does Joe Biden really need to face the news media in the same manner as political candidates have done for ages? Or will his campaign allow him to leave the bunker to answer questions from reporters? Those questions are a few others are answered by Lanhee Chen (Hoover Institution), who joins Armstrong & Getty every Friday to talk about what matters in politics.
Jack Armstrong talks about the frightening and fast-moving brush fire that nearly burned down his property and threatened his family.
Political pundit Lanhee Chen (Hoover Institution) joins Armstrong & Getty for his weekly critique on politics and culture.This week, Jack, Joe and Lanhee talk about the status of the presidential campaigns, and how current circumstances are influencing poll numbers. Do current attitudes about the candidates matter at this stage in the campaign cycle?
Joining A&G for his weekly appearance, The Hoover Institution's Lanhee Chen talked politics with Jack, including his response to an earlier comment made by Newt Gingrich, as well as his thoughts on the blurring definitions of each or our dueling political parties. Plus, Lanhee speculates on the direction and texture of a Trump "second term". Hold on tight, folks!
Newt Gingrich joins Jack Armstrong for a discussion on how to solve the problems we face.
In the midst of what may be the most bonkers week of this entire year (with more to come), we thought that it would be wise to check-in with our esteemed newsman, the still-retired Marshall Phillips, for some perspective on these odd, odd times. Listen to the Armstrong & Getty Extra Large Podcast below!
The Hoover Institution's Lanhee Chen joined Joe Getty for his weekly appearance on Armstrong & Getty to talk about the many failings of our public health officials during the COVID-19 pandemic.
On the day in which the Houston memorial for George Floyd took place, Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn joined A&G's Joe Getty to talk about the concept of "defunding the police", the need for police departments to adapt to societal change as well as changes made within his own department--most notably in regards to the use of the controversial "carotid restraint" control hold.
Lanhee Chen (Hoover Institution) joined Jack & Joe for his weekly segment on politics. This week, the crew focused mail-in ballots and getting kids back to school.
"Tim the Lawyer' Sandefur joined Armstrong & Getty to talk about a number of civil liberty type issues--most notably CA's restrictive new law AB-5--which heavily restricts gig work (dramatically changing the lives of Uber drivers, photographers, freelance journalists, musicians, etc.). Tim's firm, The Goldwater Institute, is now involved in the fight against this union-backed law, which Tim says "deprives people of their own freedom of economic choice". Tim also addressed what is now Trump's official executive order regarding the status of social media companies, providing some important perspective regarding private property and free speech...
The Hoover Institution's Lanhee Chen joins A&G for his weekly chat on all things politics. This week, Lanhee addresses his WaPo op-ed regarding re-opening college campuses--and the twitter storm that followed.
Rex Crum (Mercury News) joins Armstrong & Getty for the latest on Elon Musk's twitter war with authorities in Alameda County (and strangely with San Diego state assembly member Lorena Gonzalez). Will Elon pull-up stakes in California for either Nevada or Texas??
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Armstrong & Getty
Podcast Status
Jan 10th, 2019
Latest Episode
Sep 18th, 2020
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
15 minutes

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