Jul 31, 2021
This week, Nate speaks with reporter, academic, and cyclist James Stout about the history of Antifa. What started as a reaction to European fascism became a movement often cited and rarely understood, but James’s academic research is focused on this topic--and, particularly, the 1936 Popular Olypics, an anti-fascist...
Jul 22, 2021
Dadchat/weather discussion until: 0:19 until 14:47
Transphobia in the UK discussion: 14:47 until 23:29
Repatriation of Pat Tillman jersey: 23:30 until end
This week we discussed a recent story from Stars and Stripes about the repatriation of memorabilia from the Pat Tillman USO at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan. In...
Jul 15, 2021
Dadchat ends at 17:43
We’re going to cover the events in Haiti and Cuba next week, but for this week we decided to do an episode where we discussed England’s performance in the Euros, the logistics of dropping fish into a lake from a plane, and what it’s like for Francis to be a former Midwestern stoner now able...
Jul 8, 2021
Dadchat ends at 14:57
This week, we read a special investigation about an Army lieutenant colonel who’s managed to push the edge of the military’s (insane) adultery laws--by faking deployments, faking the death of one of his children, and juggling 6 partners on the side. It’s wild! Get the news story here:
Jul 1, 2021
Dadchat ends at 16:28
This week, we discuss news that a shady Republican billionaire is funding a National Guard deployment to the US-Mexico border. This wouldn’t happen if South Dakota wasn’t run by a psycho, but we’re slightly concerned about the precedent. We also discuss the cultural freakout of a large chunk...