14 Feb

Season 2, Episode 6 – Erik Nerds Out on SpaceX

This episode involves Erik nerding out over Elon Musk’s launch of the Falcon Heavy SpaceX rocket.

We explore a little more of the homeless issue at the Santa Ana River Trail (SART).


We discuss the idea that in CA you may no longer have to “Bake the Cake” under certain circumstances.


Joshua gets mad that a story on the CA legislature regarding homeschooling has no sourcing.

14 Feb

Season 2, Episode 5 – Solo on the Homeless

Episode 5 finds Joshua alone in his office talking about the Homeless issue surrounding the Santa Ana River Trail (SART). Supervisor Todd Spitzer was on KFI’s John & Ken show giving out some numbers:

62tons of trash. 2,290 needles. 400lbs of human waste. According to Spitzer.


I spend a little time going over the absurdity of the waste issue insofar as the courts won’t let the county move the homeless and yet the county won’t allow them to use porta john’s. The waste issue is an obvious one.

Activists install portable toilets for homeless at Santa Ana River bed; county says they’re unauthorized

Joshua also touches on the court order, throws in a little Hans-Hermann Hoppe regarding property rights and public spaces as well runs through a few smaller stories.


*Fair warning – the audio is terrible because I had to rip it out of the FB Live video owing to technical problems. This has caused delays in everything these last two weeks for which I, Joshua, apologize.

14 Sep

Episode 19 – Homelessness and DACA

Our DACA Peoples.

We’re back with a new episode, and we’re hitting all the top stories of the day. First, we give you our take on Trump and DACA, including his meeting with Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer and what this might mean for the immigration debate. We briefly mention Ben Shapiro’s controversy laced speaking engagement up at Berkeley. We also delve into a bill which would raise the age someone could be paroled by the juvenile parole board. Then we move on to Anaheim’s declaration of emergency in response to the homelessness problem that’s been plaguing the city. Finally, we discuss Josh Newman and how he intends to respond to both gang violence and homelessness in our district.
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