Tag Archives: Abortion

If Republicans Only Care About G.I.A. (Guns, Immigration, Abortion), Political Correctness, and Taxes–They’re Basically little Kids

“How can we understand a Republican mindset?” It’s not hard to figure out… Guns, immigration, abortion, political correctness, and taxes. Other than absolutely ludicrous conspiracy theories, these are the only five things I ever see Republicans talk about (they love the first one and they hate the other four). It’s tiresome, if I’m being honest.… Read More »

Episode 77–The Pricktatorship, Gender Drain, Destination Abortions, Pretty Privilege, Ms. NBC vs. Fox News, and More

In this jam-packed episode involving rural men, gender, and modern masculinity (some of it the toxic variety), Alabama Liberal tries to break the record for the most topics covered. He traces the connections between The Pricktatorship, the Trumps hiding of Barron, gender drain, Trump’s largest demographic (white men) and why they’re so angry, pretty privilege,… Read More »

What is Coastsplaining?

AL details his life-long struggle against Coastsplaining–and how most of the issues coastal liberals talk about (from immigration to abortion to guns to income inequality) actually affect “flyover country” more directly. Then, I propose that Trickle Down Economics got its earliest start in Plantation Economics.

Episode 28–Abortion….This Again?

Closing out our Guns, Immigration, and Abortion trilogy we talk about that most uncomfortable of hot buttons in a way that is at least unusual. We relate personal stories and sometimes strangely funny experiences with looking at exactly what it would look like to re-criminalize abortion, why no other industrialized country even talks about doing… Read More »

Episode 19–Should Red States and Blue States Swap Positions?

In one of our best and most personal podcast episodes yet, we cover a wide range of topics: in the beginning, we dance on Ted Cruz’s (campaign) grave, diss North Carolina’s ridiculous transgender laws, and then move into an examination of red state vs. blue state positions and wonder if they should think about swapping… Read More »