Enjoy this bonus episode with my guest Governor Jesse Ventura, author of The Marijuana Manifesto, we talk politics, including: Who Jesse will vote for His ideal scenario for this presidential election Why Jesse is or is not afraid of a Trump presidency Will there be a Jesse for President in 2020? How to solve problems […]
My guest on the latest episode of The McFuture podcast is former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura. Jesse is a former Navy Seal, pro-wrestler, TV host, and now author of The Marijuana Manifesto. Speaking with Jesse is refreshing and jarring, like diving into a burning lake on a balmy day. He’s unfiltered, unapologetic, and forceful. There’s no agenda
Hillary Clinton is like broccoli. You know it’s probably good for you, but you really crave Cheetos. She made her big pitch to America last night. I’d rate it at 1/3 Obamas. (Let’s face it, he’s a natural.) But compared to Donald Trump’s Hunger Games last week in Cleveland, Hillary made it clear there’s only one major-party candidate not
Donald Trump wants to make us great again. So far, my best guesses of when exactly that was are shaky, at best: When The Dukes of Hazzard was on TV When farm work was seriously discounted When I had hair But I think I found it! Here it is: It’s when we were moving closer
Like rotten fruit suspended in Jell-O, we’ve congealed inside a failing two party system. The two likely nominees for president have the combined likability of a hemorrhoid playing Mariachi music. Sure, many still yearn for a decade at Bernie’s 350-million-man kibbutz. Others now get their crackers…wafers…at The Church of Trumpology. Some endorse Donald Trump, hoping he can bring the apocalypse, er,
I hereby announce my wholehearted endorsement of Donald J. Trump. You know that moment when you can’t find your own genitals in a sea of errant, blubbery flesh…? And your mom installed a bucket-pulley system to get KFC orders from the ground floor to your bed…? Then there’s a fire. Firefighters have to remove an
Independence Day is an opportunity for ideas to fix America. Here are three of them.
The Issues He’s more progressive than Obama on social issues, but more prudent than either major party candidate on economic issues. He is pro defense, but anti-interventionist. He also defends civil liberties – unlike the President, who signed indefinite detention into law…and unlike Republicans who gave us the “Patriot” Act. (As if you’re not a