Jazz and James talk comfy Christmas vinyl, why Tucker is smoking his competition, and hot takes on a brand new education study before pivoting to another installment of the Good, the Noooooonced, and the Jooooaash. If it's Thursday, it's FTN!Get behind the paywall to access the show!
Jazz and James put the schadenfreude on ice as they reflect on acceleration of media career death in 2019 as the industry continues to hemorrhage thousands of blue checks, thus flooding the
labor market gig economy with newly-minted baristas and Amazonian indentured conveyor belt servitude. In the second half, it's Repo the Nation, Big Ag cries out as it plows you under, feckless Nordstream sanctions, and a second dose of D'Jugjeet Unchained. If it's Sunday, it's FTN!
The canards are hot and heavy from the start as Jazz and James react to confirmation bias laden news of Donald Trump's attempt to curb free speech via executive fiat in what will be yet another arm-flailing failure to placate deeply rooted parasitic interests. Then it's Warren collapse and hot takes on what looms after Christmas. In hour 2 and change it's the Good, the Noooinced, and the Jooosh in the form of a good old-fashioned FTN news roundup. If it's Thursday, it's FTN!Get behind the paywall to access the show!
Jazz and James smash that early life section to a reveal an endless parade of usual suspects presiding over and orchestrating from within virtually all aspects of the impeachment process. What was once easily but perhaps hastily written off as a largely mundane story arc, now has layers of new canard-laden context and a broader connection to centuries old geopolitical campaigns of regional and international ethnic domination. If it's Sunday, it's FTN!
Jazz and James are back in the saddle after a nuclear Thanksgiving break, diving galaxy brain first into a growing stack of prep. In the first half, it's confederate monument respecting, deplatforming hits the wedding website circuit, looming population implosion, and ISM hanging in da batchroom and a deep-dive into the USMCA negotiations and its potential short, medium, and long-term deleterious effects in the second. If it's Thursday, it's FTN!Get behind the paywall to access the show!
What began as a deep-dive into the framework and execution of the burgeoning $150 billion per year human [sic] trafficking enterprise eventually gave way to discovering the precise means by which the entire 3rd world migration op is funded in Latin America and Africa. You'll never guess who!
Jazz and James discover a new polling phenomenon and the real reason why Jared Kushner has been put in charge of the border "wall" before going back below periscope depth on the world of microfinance driven migration, this time in Africa and spearheaded by Ivanka. Rounding out the second half, Jazz eats his hat, Obama is blocked from joining a predominantly Jewish DC country club, and a number of bottom of the stack items see the light of day. If it's Thursday, it's Thanksgiving FTN!Get behind the paywall to access the show!
In the midst of an impenetrable impeachment media blitz, Jazz and James identify four major areas of unified political subterfuge on immigration, censorship, trade, and foreign policy being undertaken by the kosher establishment while they think no one is paying attention. Then it's Syracuse race hoax shakedown, a full deconstruction of The Economist's Special Report on the "Magic of Migration", Prince fall nnnguy, Pope Prostitute Respecter, and the arrest of Bruce 'Gettin Dat Bag' Bagley. If it's Sunday, it's FTN!
Jazz and James celebrate World Toilet Day with outrageous claims made by the Indian government only one billion pajeets would believe. Then, with the 25 year anniversary of California's Prop 187 serving as the entrance to the rabbit hole, it's a nice, comfy 2.5 hour deep dive into the heart of why white Americans have never gotten what they wanted, on any issue. If it's Thursday, it's good to be behind the paywall!Get behind the paywall to access the show!
Jazz and James invoke the Carlin Rule on some backroom dealing on USMCA and unearth some accidental white pills from VDARE, before pivoting to a closer examination of the various tactics of post-Trump conservatism, including - as you may have guessed by this weekend's cover art - CPAC in Prison. Then it's a mini deep-dive into the Sandy Hook gun suit, some smart local political maneuvering in Boise, and some choice bottom of the stack pieces. If it's Sunday, it's FTN!