The 27 Club


Weirder and weirder it gets folks. This week has been no different. One of my mantras is “country over party” and for the installment we brought on someone who embodies this. David Frum joins us to discuss his new book “Trumpocracy: the Corruption of the American Republic” and his thoughts on how Republicans should act in the Trump age. For the second week in a row, we are joined by MSNBC contributor and fellow podcaster Touré, as he reflects on the recent incident at a Starbucks in Philadelphia and how he would respond if he was CEO of the coffee corporation. We wrap this week’s episode with a new interactive segment we call, “Ask Amandi”, where our listeners get a chance to ask me the questions that have been on the top of their minds. It’s sure to get strange, don’t say I didn’t warn ya. Enjoy!

Nothing to Fear but Fear

Welcome back loyal Strange Day listeners, you’re about to hear a whopper of an episode. We begin with filmmaker Jen Senko as she breaks down how the right-wing media brainwashed her father in her 2016 film, “The Brainwashing of My Dad”. Next, we got GOP strategist and ‘Never Trumper’ Rick Wilson on the line, joined by former Congressman Patrick Murphy, and stranger to the podcast, Marc Caputo of POLITICO Florida, to talk Democratic Party strategy, memo wars, and Trumplandia. Finally, we wrap with a fuego round of rapid-fire.

The Real Secret Society: Cabal Edition

Sorry I’m late! I barely made it back in time for my own show, and what a strange week it’s been. Remember when Donald Trump declared war on the NFL? “Son’s of b**ches” if I recall correctly. Well, we get a player’s perspective of that debacle from none other than Super Bowl Champ Jonathan Vilma, joined by fellow UM alumni and 30-for-30 documentary filmmaker Billy Corben. Unfortunately, those pesky M&M boys (Marc Caputo and Michael Grunwald) crashed the party and joined us for quite a round of political football.