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Jamie Markley, David van Camp and Scott Robbins are bringing their laid-back banter about all of the hottest headlines from across the country. Whether it is political chatter coming from Washington or the latest case of “Florida Man”, MVR will make sure you are aware of what’s going on — and their unique takes on every topic.

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    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | July 1, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 106:24

    Jamie Markley, David van Camp and Scott Robbins bring their laid-back banter about all of the hottest headlines from across the country.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 30, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2022 106:51

    Jamie Markley, David van Camp and Scott Robbins bring their laid-back banter about all of the hottest headlines from across the country.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 29, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 106:22

    Jamie Markley, David van Camp and Scott Robbins bring their laid-back banter about all of the hottest headlines from across the country.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 28, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 111:31

    The guys talk about the dozens found dead in an 18-wheeler in San Antonio, abortion chatter, and the possibility of "Ninja Warrior" becoming an Olympic sport.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 27, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 27, 2022 112:01

    Jamie Markley, David van Camp and Scott Robbins bring their laid-back banter about all of the hottest headlines from across the country.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 24, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 24, 2022 106:08

    Jamie Markley, David van Camp and Scott Robbins bring their laid-back banter about all of the hottest headlines from across the country.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 23, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2022 112:14

    Jamie Markley, David van Camp and Scott Robbins bring their laid-back banter about all of the hottest headlines from across the country.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 22, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 106:51

    Jamie Markley, David van Camp and Scott Robbins bring their laid-back banter about all of the hottest headlines from across the country.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 21, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2022 110:12

    The Boys are disappointed after hearing more facts come out about the police response in Uvalde, Texas, and a White House economist doesn't believe it is tone deaf to spend six-trillion dollars. The mayor of New Orleans tweeted a “breathtaking” giant black fist afro comb display from Juneteenth, and ad GOP representatives demand information about the arrest of Stephen Colbert's staff at the Capitol. Representative James Clyburn says there is no question about whether or not we are in a recession. Russian state media released video of two Alabama veterans captured in Ukraine, and Secretary Jennifer Granholm says eliminating the gas tax would be problematic.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 20, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2022 110:15

    VC&R will be happy when Jamie returns on Tuesday, while Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen says a recession is not inevitable. Vice President Kamala Harris sounds stoned while talking about Ketanji Brown Jackson, and Adam Schiff says he has damning evidence on Donald Trump, but he isn't sharing it. The International Swimming Federation votes to prohibit biological males from competing against women, and the Energy Secretary says President Biden wants a stable recovery. There are questions about the effectiveness of the children's vaccine, and the head of the World Health Organization “privately believes” COVID came out of that lab.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 17, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 17, 2022 110:05

    The Boys are still trying to figure out exactly how the oil companies are to blame for high fuel costs, but one democrat is saying they should have planned for this more than forty years ago. Thousands of electric vehicles have been recalled in the United States due to “no start condition”, and the biggest electric vehicle recalls since the EV era began. Beavis and Butthead will lampoon YouTube and TikTok videos in new episodes, and SpaceX fired a bunch of people who wrote an “open letter” to Elon Musk. Hunter Biden raged at Hallie after she trashed his gun, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued tips for sex while having monkeypox. Pixar's “Lightyear” has been banned in 14 countries over a gay kiss scene, and The Friday Five pays homage to President Joe Biden's gas prices – Best High Songs.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 16, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 110:11

    MVC&R are hoping gas prices will start to decline very soon, while the White House is calling on oil companies to be more “patriotic”. Dr. Anthony Fauci has tested positive for COVID-19, and President Joe Biden gets tongue tied with LGBTQ. President Biden's open borders are a welcome mat for MS-13 gang members, and Elon Musk will address Twitter employees for the first time. Another police department is cutting patrols because of gas prices, and top democrats are calling for gender-neutral bathrooms in the Capitol. Van Jones talked about the potential of President Biden not running again, and twenty-five people were hurt walking on hot coals for a team-building exercise.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 15, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 110:12

    The Boys are celebrating the first Mexican immigrant to be elected to Congress, but mainstream media won't celebrate, because Mayra Flores is a republican. A Biden economic adviser believes Americans don't realize how good they actually have it, and President Joe Biden is blaming republicans for inflation. The Department of Homeland Security is going to punish border agents, even though they were falsely accused of whipping migrants. Elon Musk tips his hat toward Ron DeSantis to be the next president, and Seattle will pay an alleged criminal $250 each day he doesn't get mental health treatment. The World Health Organization doesn't want it called “monkeypox” anymore, and “Stranger Things” Season 4 is Netflix's most watched show, ever.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 14, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 110:15

    M&R hope Van Camp didn't actually sell his kidney for gas money, but President Biden was yelling lies at union workers, while complaining about what he claimed were lies. Karine Jean-Pierre is asked for an update on the baby formula crisis, and she gets lost in her stack of scripts. Don Lemon asked a realistic question, for once, about the President's stamina moving forward, and Jean-Pierre is shocked that he would even ask the question. Americans are not concerned with the January 6th Commission, despite the networks' desperation to cover the hearings. While republicans question their support for Trump in 2024, the media make fools of themselves trying to make the case for a Biden vote, over Trump. Peter Doocy seemed to be having fun playing with Jean-Pierre's incompetence, and a glitch caused a California gas station to sell gas for $0.69/gallon.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 13, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 110:16

    The Boys will be without Van Camp until Wednesday, and it could be because inflation and gas prices are at the highest levels ever. President Joe Biden says he can't just “click a switch” to lower gas prices, while legacy media news outlets completely ignored the assassination attempt of Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Bill Maher addressed the crazy guy outside Justice Kavanaugh's house, and Kellyanne Conway called out Congress for stalling the bill for security. President Joe Biden is again talking about wanting to beat people, and he accuses oil companies of being greedy with the gas prices. Former Uvalde Police Chief Arredondo claims he didn't know he was in charge, and claims he did not give the order to treat the active shooter as a barricaded suspect. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is refusing to say she will endorse President Biden should he decide to run for reelection, while President Biden explains he has no plans to visit Saudi Arabia, and gives reasons for his visit to Saudi Arabia.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 10, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2022 110:11

    VC&R look forward to Jamie being able to afford gas to be able to drive to work, and the have a montage of President Joe Biden's excuses for inflation. Adam Kinzinger wants you to know democracy is not safe, while a Texas representative says the border is completely overwhelmed. Two M&M workers had to be rescued from a vat of chocolate, and the Secretary of Education says arming teachers is the stupidest thing he's ever heard. A former Obama economist says the economy is not in a sustainable place, and Russians thanked President Joe Biden for letting them come into the country illegally. An animal shelter will not give pets to people who support gun ownership, and liberals have been crying about January 6th, so they have inspired this week's Friday Five – Best Cry Songs.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 9, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 110:12

    The Boys do their best to decipher comments made by President Joe Biden regarding communication, as a democrat shifts to gun control when asked about the attempted SCOTUS justice assassination. The President claims gun crime dropped due to the assault weapons ban, and the PGA suspended players for going to Saudi Arabia. Senator Josh Hawley explains what the “disinformation board” was going to do, and a man taunts an orangutan at a zoo, but immediately regrets it. Target will be slashing prices on TVs and furniture due to inventory glut, while Geico must pay a woman $5.2 million after she got an STD hooking in a guy's car. A trans bishop is out of a gig over racism allegations, and Aaron Rodgers says he will retire as a Green Bay Packer.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 8, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 110:13

    MVC&R could have predicted it would happen eventually, and sure enough, a man with a gun was arrested near Justice Brett Kavanaugh's house. There are plenty of examples of democrats and the media demonizing Justice Kavanaugh, and the communist district attorney was fired by San Francisco voters. California leads the nation in active shooters, and a former burglar has the best way to prevent break-ins. A Kansas woman confessed to leading an all female ISIS battalion, and Mark Middleton's family has blocked the release of files relating to his suicide. House republicans call on Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to slow the border crisis, and Mexico is about to make the border crisis a whole lot worse.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 7, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 110:15

    The Boys consist of David and Scott today, since Jamie is out panhandling in order to pay for gasoline. The White House claims everything is being done with all the tools, while an oil and food company billionaire claims it will get worse. MSNBC discusses how democrats can get people to care about January 6th, and New York is moving towards criminalizing speech. More than 82-million COVID vaccine doses have gone to waste, and President Joe Biden claims he produced the strongest economy ever. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is disappointed with democrats over “Latinx” usage, and Joe Scarborough claims the Uvalde shooter's gun was more powerful than those used in Vietnam.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 6, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 6, 2022 110:13

    MVC&R prefer to use the proper tool for each job, and Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm claims every tool in the toolbox is being used to bring down gas prices. A mother in Uvalde describes running into Robb Elementary to save her children, and terrorists massacre 50+ Christians in a “vile and satanic” attack on a Nigerian church. Vice President Kamala Harris is handing out mayorships, and Elon Musk threatens to walk away from the Twitter deal. Los Angeles district attorney Gascón helped to get a light sentence for a teen who ran over a mother and her baby, and a new ABC poll is showing bad news for President Biden. Transportation Secretary Buttigieg says gas prices are not set by a dial in the White House, and Al-Qaeda now has a “safe haven” in Afghanistan under Taliban.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 3, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2022 110:11

    The Boys don't like the idea of the federal government coming to take your guns, and President Biden says it's not about banning guns, it's about banning guns. Peter Doocy of Fox News asked if President Biden will be taking gun law negotiators with him on vacation, and a Congressman talks about banning semi-automatic weapons, but doesn't know that would include handguns. President Biden claimed guns are the number one cause of death for children, and Governor Ron DeSantis moves to ban sex change operations for children. The White House says they are not looking for good jobs reports, and gun sales have been over one million for 34 straight months. After Matt Walsh's “What is a Woman” documentary, The Boys ask, “What is a Man?”, while The Friday Five recognizes the man – Best Man Songs.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 2, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2022 110:12

    MVC&R have the latest information from the latest shooting at a Tulsa medical facility, with multiple casualties reported. A bank executive warns of an impending “economic hurricane”, while the White House explains President Joe Biden's understanding of the baby formula crisis. Formula manufacturers explain how they saw the shortage coming, while MSNBC's Andrea Mitchell can empathize with Biden's pain due to the “cascade of crises”. Both Johnny Depp and Amber Heard won in their defamation trial, but Johnny won just a little bit more than Amber. Former NFL star running back Marion Barber was found dead by police, and the Brooklyn Nets posted every LGBTQIA+ flag they could.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | June 1, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 110:14

    The Boys were watching when CNN briefly spoke with the Uvalde School District police chief, and the White House cannot say whether or not President Joe Biden thinks we are in an economic crisis. Student loan debt cancellation is explained through absolute McGurkin, and Joy Reid agrees racism was behind the order to stand down during the Uvalde school shooting. Joe Rogan admits Fox News had his back after the “far left” attacks against him, and French authorities “ban” the use of English words in gaming. Whoopi Goldberg lectures Americans about her hate of “yee-haw guns” and AR-15s, and China moves to buy an iconic American magazine. The United States is sending Ukraine the most advanced weapons systems to date, and black Biden staffers are fleeing the White House.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 31, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2022 110:09

    MVC&R hope everyone enjoyed their Memorial Day weekend, as we remembered those who made the ultimate sacrifice for our country. Operators were telling officers that there were children still alive in the school, and Canadian President Justin Trudeau says Canada is going to start banning guns. The border agent is speaking out about the Uvalde elementary school shooting, and President Joe Biden claims a 9mm bullet can blow the lungs out of the body. President Biden feels like he just can't catch a break, while the new “Top Gun” set records for the Memorial Day weekend release. Adam Kinzinger believes it is time to start banning guns, and Lia Thomas says the important thing is that Lia is happy.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 27, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 110:11

    The Boys are still sifting through the information coming out of Uvalde, Texas, but it seems law enforcement waited to enter the classroom, because they could have been shot. NBC News managed to make the school shooting about racism, and Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre touts President Biden's work against gun violence. A Border Patrol agent grabbed his barber's shotgun and ran to the school, when he received word of an active shooter at the school, and a Uvalde councilman just wants the media to leave the community alone. President Biden says he is not going to “prejudge” the police response, while PBS is blaming the “firearms industry” for the deaths of children. Justin Timberlake sold his music catalog for a reported $100 million, and the world's largest bottle of whiskey sold for $1.4 million. One Memorial Day weekend tradition in Oxford, Mississippi is the World Championship Old-Time Piano Playing Contest, so the Friday Five features – Best Piano Intro Songs.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 26, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 109:21

    MVC&R have the latest on the situation in Uvalde, Texas, and Robert Francis “Beto” O'Rourke interrupted a press conference on the shooting, in order to do some stumping for his campaign. Video from during the rampage at the elementary school has come out, and it shows frantic parents trying to get past the police barricade to help their children. The woman who wrote “How to Murder Your Husband” was convicted for murdering her husband, and Barack Obama wanted to be sure everyone remembered the anniversary of George Floyd's death, as the country was still coming to grips with the tragedy in Texas. The Russia hoax player billed the Clinton campaign the same day he spoke with the FBI, and San Francisco schools are dropping “chief” from their job titles.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 25, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 109:59

    The Boys are quite aware, but President Joe Biden may have just realized, deer do not wear Kevlar vests. President Biden never really has much use for the facts, but the boys have what is known about the shooter in Uvalde, Texas. The infant formula shortage was made worse by a “mailroom issue” at the FDA, and a zoo worker got his finger bitten off after teasing a lion. The Dutch Prime Minister wants the people to accept poverty, and Steven Tyler is back in rehab after a relapse. Vice President's Kamala Harris' niece proves stupidity runs in the family, and the National Teachers' Guide advises against use of gender-specific language. Joy Reid claims Mexico is safer than the United States, while there are 50K migrants waiting at the border.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 24, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 110:13

    MVC&R have been transitioning more and more of their money out of savings, due to the soaring gas prices, while President Joe Biden says we are in a fossil fuel transition. Ready or not, the “carbon footprint monitor” may be on the way, and Vice President Kamala Harris serves up another word salad when talking about kids of the community. State Farm seems to be backtracking from their plans to distribute transgender books to five-year-old kids, and U.S. Air Force cadets who are unvaccinated will not receive commissions. Apple spent millions to help homeless people, but it wasn't enough, and Will Smith felt like a “coward” not defending his mother against an abusive father. Halsey called out her record label for refusing to release her new song, and Jake Tapper was caught impersonating a journalist, for a very brief moment.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 23, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 110:10

    The Boys have been watching inflation get worse for months, and CNN questions just how President Biden was so wrong about inflation. The President says we would defend Taiwan if China were to invade, and an ABC political hack believes President Biden has been a success in more ways than one. Apparently, a high school student signed a letter of intent to accept a job as a plumber, and a CNN anchor claims the Pope does not support the Nancy Pelosi communion ban. A federal judge has decided to keep Title 42 in place, for now, and a look back at the time Nancy Pelosi blamed then President Bush for the high gas prices. The “Extreme Makeover: Home Edition” homeless shelter was shut down after vagrants took advantage of the charity, and Stacey Abrams declared Georgia as the “worst state” in which to live. Dave Chappelle's attacker revealed his reason for attacking the comedian, and Taco Bell is testing a new grilled cheese breakfast biscuit.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 20, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 110:11

    MVC&R are not economists, and a Biden administration official talking about domestic oil production also is not an economist. President Biden jumped aboard the struggle bus when talking about NATO, and the latest “Man-on-the-Street” from Essential Fleccas should terrify you. An MSNBC host suggests letting citizens take guns away from people, and police in Texas are investigating a senior prank at a high school. Elon Musk is now facing a “me too” accusation, and NPR has set up a “snitch hotline” for people who don't wear masks. Charles Barkley had some colorful language for a heckler, and a fake Costco tweet about hotdogs may have tanked their stock price. This Sunday is National Buy a Musical Instrument Day, so the Friday Five celebrates – Best Songs with Musical Instruments in the Title.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 19, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 110:11

    The Boys have been watching gas prices continue to set new record highs, and the White House Press Secretary had a total meltdown discussing them. The Dow dropped 1,100 points for the biggest decline since 2020, and President Joe Biden has a bit of trouble with acronyms. Dr. Jennifer Ashton says more boosting may not necessarily be the answer, while Americans would rather talk about the Johnny Depp/Amber Heard trial. President Biden invokes the Defense Production Act, in an effort to address the baby formula shortage crisis. The Disinformation Board is being shut down due to disinformation, and Donald Trump tells Dr. Oz to go ahead and declare victory. George W. Bush had a Freudian slip when talking about Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and Elon Musk says he will be voting republican for the first time, because of democrats.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 18, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 110:14

    MVC&R are trying very hard to contain their laughter, but President Joe Biden's “Disinformation Board” is gone, for now, and the FBI debunked a key part of the Trump/Russia conspiracy. It's no secret democrats use illegal immigration to get more power, and it's no surprise there is a montage of their confirmation. Hillary Clinton was handed yet another embarrassing defeat, after Netflix decided to pass on the “Rodham” project after two years in development. It seems Dr. Oz is not going to just Waltz into the Senate, and Cori Bush's primary opponent dropped a hilarious ad. The head of the NIH admitted that trans children are being used as science experiments, while Californians are moving to Portugal in droves, but the Portuguese are not happy about it.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 17, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 110:12

    The Boys don't exactly understand the rationale, but new White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre says we need to raise taxes for climate change. Senator Chuck Schumer is blaming Tucker Carlson for the Buffalo shooting, while the Senate advanced the massive $40 billion Ukraine spending package. Elon Musk ripped President Joe Biden, saying the, “Real President is whoever controls the teleprompter.” The Women's March is calling for a rage-filled summer, while President Biden is spending $5 billion on bike lanes. A federal court halted Biden's mandates forcing religious employers to pay for trans surgeries, and Governor Ron DeSantis signed a law making it illegal to protest outside someone's home.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 16, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 110:11

    MVC&R have what is known about the Buffalo shooting, and the shooter, as the media wastes no time in blaming Tucker Carlson for the whole thing. President Joe Biden believes telepathy would have helped with the baby formula shortage, and Dr. Anthony Fauci says he would not work under a second Trump administration. A fentanyl awareness group is asking the Biden administration to track overdose deaths the same way they did COVID deaths, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi believes free speech should be balanced. In the wake of the Roe decision leak, Yale law students are calling for the ostracizing of conservative classmates, as well as tossing out the Constitution, and a priest called out NPR's abortion coverage for leaving out pro-life voices. The Cincinnati Reds threw a no-hitter against the Pittsburgh Pirates, yet still lost the game, and the most male- and female-dominated careers today.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 13, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 110:11

    The Boys are not hoarding baby formula, that we know of, but outgoing Press Secretary Jen Psaki says hoarding is to blame for the shortage. The White House is claiming there were no COVID vaccines before President Biden took office, and Elon Musk puts the Twitter takeover on hold amid fake account questions. The FBI did track parents who opposed COVID policies, according to Republicans, and Jen Psaki says the crack pipe stimulus is a conspiracy. Joe Rogan blasted people who have a problem with the “groomer” term, and Adele bought Sylvester Stallone's house, which came with a “Rocky” statue by the pool. Planned Parenthood explains that the word “choice” ignores the lived realities of black people, and the FDA approved “cookie-flavored” underwear to prevent STIs during oral sex. This week has been full of discussion regarding life, and its beginnings, so The Friday Five highlights the issue – Best Life Songs.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 12, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 110:14

    MVC&R cared when people were lining up to fill their trunks with food boxes, but President Joe Biden is saying the “MAGA Crowd” did not care one bit. Protesters claim Justice Amy Coney Barrett does not understand what pregnancy is, and a man with no flying experience had to land a plane after the pilot passed out. Senator Mitch McConnell is saying the war in Russia is the most important thing, while the White House economic advisor believes store shelves are fully stocked. Candace Owens and Officer Brandon Tatum take Black Lives Matter, and Representative Katie Porter says abortion is necessary because of inflation. Pallets of baby formula are being shipped to the border, and Representative Cori Bush is questioning the absence of sperm regulation.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 11, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 110:15

    The Boys sometimes have some trouble understanding President Joe Biden, but the President thinks Americans lack understanding as to why his administration is not to blame for inflation. Senator Tim Scott shuts down a Biden official with a stunning rebuke, after she suggested black women need abortions to succeed. James Cromwell, the farmer from “Babe”, glued his hand to a Starbucks counter, because he believes it will help in the fight to save the planet. A vaccine expert speaks out a year later to claim “a moratorium on mRNA ‘vaccines' is needed,” and a man died of a heart attack while burying his girlfriend he murdered. A pro-choice group is targeting 6 GOP-appointed judges' homes for their “Walk by Wednesday” protests, and customers were harassed by anti-police protesters during a San Francisco ice cream shop's police event.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 10, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 110:11

    MVC&R have been monitoring the gas prices as they have continued to escalate, not because of Putin, and we have now hit a brand new all-time high in fuel costs. The White House believes it is possible to divide, and unite people at the same time, while Alabama has made it a crime to castrate children. President Joe Biden signed a bill to “streamline” the process of handing cash to Ukraine, and the same security agency on duty while Dave Chappelle was attacked, was the same security agency that worked Astroworld. Patrisse Cullors talks about her family not being the only one to make money off BLM, and Nicolle Wallace claims January 6th is the catalyst for Putin's invasion into Ukraine. Bill Maher and Paul Begala slam student loan debt forgiveness, and Target's new Pride Month collection will feature chest binders and packing underwear.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 9, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 110:11

    The Boys didn't bet on the winner of the Kentucky Derby, but it was the second-biggest upset in the history of the race. A pro-life group attacked with graffiti in Wisconsin, and a child therapist claims we are in crisis mode. Former Attorney General Bill Barr slammed the Biden administration for its response to the SCOTUS draft leak, and Jake Tapper regurgitates talking points with the governor of Mississippi. President Vladimir Putin commemorates “Victory Day” with a nuclear-themed rally, and a Hollywood lawyer paid off over $2-million of Hunter Biden's taxes. Will Smith's movie “Emancipation” has been pushed to 2023 post-slap, while a leftist reporter was arrested for vandalizing synagogues, and trying to burn down a mosque. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is saying the SCOTUS “slapped women in the face”, and Afghanistan's Taliban order women to cover up from head-to-toe.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 6, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 110:11

    MVC&R are analyzing the jobs report, and it seems job growth is strong, but wages can't keep up with the out-of-control inflation. Press Secretary Jen Psaki suggests protesting outside of a SCOTUS justice's house is fair game, and President Joe Biden wants to conquer and honor folks who have gotten in the way. The Department of Homeland Security has no records of interviewing anyone for the disinformation governance board, and Bill Gates is teaming up with the World Health Organization in planning for the next pandemic. The Department of Justice establishes the “Office of Environmental Justice”, and this is what moms really want for Mother's Day. Since Sunday is Mother's Day, The Friday Five honors moms everywhere – Best Mom Songs.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 5, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 109:30

    The Boys haven't heard of any states trying to segregate gay children, and Press Secretary Jen Psaki is unable to provide any evidence of such a situation. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is claiming the Supreme Court committed violence against women, and Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas denies that their policies caused the border crisis. Walgreens reached a $683-million opioid settlement with Florida, and Joy Behar is calling for a “sex strike” to protest the leaked SCOTUS draft opinion. More people are scared of Mark Zuckerberg's Metaverse, and the new “Star Wars” Frosted Flakes have a light, and a dark side. CBS badgers Bank of America's CEO to pay for employees to get abortions, and public sentiment about the economy is at the lowest point in a decade, according to a CNN poll.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 4, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 110:13

    MVC&R are continuing to monitor the meltdown, as one democrat claims the Supreme Court does not have the right to change the law. Dave Chappelle was attacked on stage at the Hollywood Bowl last night, and Yamiche Alcindor is concerned pregnancies will turn into children. Vice President Kamala Harris believes women are being denied their rights, and Jamie Raskin suggests republicans want to sterilize you next. The missing Alabama prison official had a “special relationship” with the disappeared inmate, and Elie Mystal is completely unhinged during his rant about our forefathers. Whoopi Goldberg wants to keep abortion between her and her child, and Vice News recommends using horse medicine to abort babies.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 3, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 110:12

    The Boys are quite entertained by the media weeping of the leaking of the SCOTUS draft opinion on Roe v Wade, and President Joe Biden is saying Roe is religious. Democrat lawmakers are saying “the right to abortion is sacred”, and Press Secretary Jen Psaki is claiming the Disinformation Board is going to help with the border crisis. The Indiana Attorney General is suing Black Lives Matter, and a University of Tennessee pitcher just broke the record for the fastest pitch in college. It seems the “miracle drug” to battle COVID doesn't work, and Mayor Eric Adams attempted to pull an AOC at the 2022 Met Gala. The director of “Fast X” reportedly quit because of Vin Diesel, and Jack Nicholson's axe from “The Shining” sold for $175K.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | May 2, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 110:12

    MVC&R have been watching the economy go crazy, and NBC's Sam Brock is saying the economy “is a bit crazy”. Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas admits his office could have done a better job explaining their Ministry of Truth rollout, while CNN's David Zurawik believes Elon Musk is dangerous, and is opening the gates of Hell. A guy repeatedly blamed his farts on the dog, and it cost his wife thousands in veterinarian bills. Brian Stelter claims the Ministry of Truth is “just a Fox story”, and Duran Duran topped the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's fan vote ballot. Snapchat is selling a $230 drone that takes selfies, and Bill Murray wants to learn from his mistakes after inadvertently crossing a line. Public school enrollment is down, and the FBI's warrantless searches of Americans' data more than doubled from 2020 to 2021.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | April 29, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 110:08

    The Boys were not surprised to hear the latest report about the struggling economy, as Press Secretary Jen Psaki questioned if anyone would object to a “ministry of truth”. The new “truth minister” sings a song about disinformation, and Representative Ken Buck compares Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas to Benedict Arnold. Speaker Nancy Pelosi is desperate to deflect the severity of inflation, calling financial strain on Americans' lives an “aberration”. Representative Maria Salazar wants the media to do their jobs, and Texas sues President Biden over the new border rule. Sharon Osbourne is having to travel home to help Ozzy fight COVID, and a democrat gets completely embarrassed when asked about racism. The Friday Five celebrates National Family Week – Best Sibling Bands.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | April 28, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 110:13

    MVC&R have been watching inflation steadily increase, as they now have reports the economy shrank in the first quarter of 2022. President Joe Biden seems to think the country has seen great growth, and Representative Maxine Waters tested positive for COVID-19. An actor served his wife with custody papers while she was on stage, and the Department of Homeland Security set up the “Disinformation Governance Board”. President Biden talks about Ukrainian prices being paid with Ukrainian lives, and Sage Steele is suing ESPN on grounds of free speech, after comments on their vaccine mandate, and remark about Obama's race. Harvard de-platformed a feminist who was opposed to males competing in women's sports, and Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas was asked about his past experiences with failure.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | April 27, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 110:11

    The Boys are closely monitoring their portfolios, especially after Deutsche Bank warns of a major recession on the way. DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas believes the border crisis has been “effectively managed”, and Amber Heard's lawyer objected to his own question. The American Academy of Pediatrics is targeting young kids with a radical gender ideology puberty guide, and President Joe Biden put up more roadblocks for domestic oil production. Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin denies the United States is in a proxy war with Russia, and Chuck Schumer claims the only way to fight inflation is to raise taxes. Dr. Anthony Fauci says we are past the pandemic phase, and Press Secretary Jen Psaki dismisses claims of President Biden's corruption, since it was ten years ago.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | April 26, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 110:10

    MVC&R were in absolute shock to find out Elon Musk could censor candidates to swing an election, as MSNBC attempts to make believe that this hasn't already happened in recent elections. A South Texas democrat blames President Biden for the situation at the border, as well as the energy crisis. An update on Alec Baldwin, after he shot and killed a woman on a movie set. Jen Psaki explains President Biden's concern about disinformation, and a judge rules Title 42 to remain in place, for now. A Japanese man who married a fictional character wants to raise awareness about “fictosexuals”, and Mexican authorities are witnessed trying to stop migrants, in an unusual sight.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | April 25, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 110:12

    The Boys are keeping a close watch on Twitter, as the social media platform and Elon Musk could reach a deal today. Authorities are still looking for Specialist Bishop Evans, the Texas National Guardsman who went missing trying to rescue two illegal immigrants. Jen Psaki thinks people just don't understand President Biden's “magic”, and Milani Cosmetics caught Amber Heard lying about Johnny Depp bruises. Orrin Hatch passed away over the weekend, but before passing he wrote a Hanukkah song. A large library association picks a “marxist lesbian” as its president, and Dr. Anthony Fauci believes it sets a dangerous precedent to let the legal system work. A black nationalist shot four people in Washington D.C., but the media were suspiciously silent by Monday.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | April 22, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 110:14

    MVC&R are still monitoring the fallout from the overturning of the CDC's mask mandate, and Dr. Anthony Fauci believes the courts should not be involved in public health matters. A teachers union boss is speaking out against the parents' rights bills, claiming that the bills are disrupting education. Philadelphia bails on its new mask mandate, and MSNBC says Governor Ron DeSantis actually did okay with COVID. Leaked audio exposed Kevin McCarthy's desire to get Donald Trump to resign, and a reporter asked Mayor Lori Lightfoot why she would even consider running for reelection. Tennessee passes a bill that requires drunk drivers to pay child support if they kill a parent, and dog beds for humans are now a thing you can buy. Today is Earth Day, and the boys wanted to celebrate properly with The Friday Five – Best World Songs.

    Markley, van Camp and Robbins | April 21, 2022

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 110:12

    The Boys sometimes have a little trouble keeping up with the ramblings of President Joe Biden, and sometimes he talks about masks on planes when asked about the border. MSNBC provides a Bible lesson about Jesus Christ, and Vice President Kamala Harris talks about the excitement of space. Jen Psaki believes teachers should be talking the children about their sex, and liberals react to Barack Obama's removal from Spotify. A French teacher who performed in drag in front of students is pursuing a new career, and Johnny Depp talks about Amber Heard's “need for violence”. Piers Morgan lied about Donald Trump “storming off of interview”, and teens attacked a Hispanic woman because she had braids.

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