TJ and the TUX wonder if the London Riots were caused by the long lines for the Alexander McQueen exhibit outside of the Met. The Tux rails against Subways without internet access. TJ asks City officials why they fix major highways in Manhattan during rush hour. This week’s featured Artist: The Dirty Pearls
This week, TJ and the TUX put debt, collar bombs, X box, Mubarak’s Iron cage, and WWF Steel cage matches in a blender. They spread it over ciabatta and ask America to solve debt and unemployment by hiring out of work people to print counterfeit money.
Ridiculous? You bet. Assanine? Undoubtedly. Brilliant? Not in the least. It”s what we’ve come to expect from two morons who mirror the mind droolingly idiotic world they inhabit.
Featured Artist this week: Kimyon Huggins
There are three certainties in life. Debt, death and taxes. Last week we witnessed no answer for the debt crisis, a parade of death from Norway to the Amy Winehouse tragedy, and hey, taxes will soon sky rocket to cover the cost for our depressing lives. TJ and the TUX survived. Barely. Fighting through the Heat Wave of death last week, they once again come to you to impart their moronic views on a brain deficient world..
Featured Artist this Week: Le Loup
Presidential tweets, murdering mommies and Labor Day madness.
TJ and the TUX uncover the original John Lennon “Imagine” demo entitled“Imagine There’s No Reagan.” This incredible unearthing coincided with reports that perhaps the ex Beatle was once a Reagan Supporter himself.
The boys also covered their night outside of the Stonewall Inn minutes after theSame Sex Marriage Bill passed in NY. The Village Voice’s Michael Musto shared his perspective on the historic event as well.
TJ described his trip to Tim Pawlenty’s address at the Council on Foreign Relations while Political Strategist Dusty Trice helped breakdown Minnesota’s dynamic duo, Pawlenty and Michelle Bachman’s week on the campaign trail. (photo: L. Hawker)
Obama pulls out of Afghanistan, hackers take on the banks, and Spider-Man gets tangled in illegal gambling. It’s been a crazy week. A new episode of Shock and Awesome above.
Featured Guest: Paul Newell, Democratic District Leader
Featured Artist: Minerva Lions
This week, we interview the original Julian Assange, Mr. Daniel Ellsberg. 40 years ago today, Ellsberg released portions of the Pentagon papers regarding Vietnam to 17 major news outlets.
Other stories this week: Libya, Obama in Puerto Rico, and Canada’s Riots, eh?
Featured Artist: Kelle Calco and the Colored Boys
Unfortunately for Anthony Weiner, America is more fascinated with his pubic province than his public policy. Weinergate continues on Today’s episode.
Our guest is Max Keiser of Markets Finance Scandal.
Music by: The Riff Raff
Featured Artist: The Supernovas
Unemployment has hit 10%, but Weinergate continues to dominate the headlines. The beltway just can’t keep it in their pants. Listen to this week’s Shock and Awesome above.
Should politicians stay away from Twitter?
To celebrate our survival of the Rapture, we have a new episode of Shock and Awesomefor you. This week, we chat with godfathers of the hardcore punk scene, Agnostic Front.
We also chat about the Patriot Act, Israel, and the Joplin tornado.
This week, TJ and the Tux fear The Rapture, honor Macho Man, and debate campaign contributions with GOP hopeful Buddy Roemer.
This week, the punk pundits take on the Mayan Calendar, post-Osama Washington, and Newt Gingrich’s Presidential bid.
So, do you think Newt Gingrich and Ron Paul have a chance this November?