From Politicon Stage to Podcast
There will be some brilliance, some bull s***, some name calling, and even some bonding as Politicon’s “How The Heck Are We Gonna Get Along!” brings in all sides to find out if our country still has a fighting chance at making it to 2021…and if we’re lucky, even finding some common ground in the process.
Join Moderator Clay Aiken each week as he interrogates some of the sharpest, funniest, and most innovative minds in politics, media, and comedy to see if they have what it takes to lead us!
July 1, 2021   ·  48:25
June 25, 2021   ·  1:27:30
Judd Dunning joins Clay this week.
June 18, 2021   ·  55:13
Clay is joined by Jacqueline Novogratz this week.
June 11, 2021   ·  1:09:52
Clay brings on liberal iconoclast and moral leader on free speech and identity issues, author of “Don’t Label Me” and founder of the Moral Courage Project, Irsahd Manji.
June 4, 2021   ·  42:10
Scottie Nell Hughes
May 29, 2021   ·  1:02:58
Clay welcomes conservative RT host Scottie Nell Hughes to take on Trump and Biden’s COVID response, how media and fear are driving us apart, and what it would take to bring our country back together…
Dr. Rashad Richey
May 21, 2021   ·  56:12
Clay welcomes Dr. Rashad Richey from The Young Turks’ newest show “Indisputable” to discuss whether politics in 2021 is truly serving the people– no matter which side you voted for. Is it?
Patriotic Millionaires – Morris Pearl & Erica Payne
May 14, 2021   ·  52:50
Clay is joined by Patriotic Millionaires and authors of “Tax the Rich”, Morris Pearl and Erica Payne to discuss whether the wealthy are paying their fair share in 2021.
May 7, 2021   ·
Clay welcomes legal mastermind, adventurer, and cultural icon Jill Wine-Banks to see how the rule of law is holding up during the Biden administration, what to do about partisanship, and how we can create the country we want.
April 30, 2021   ·  51 min
Clay welcomes Academy Award winning filmmaker Alex Gibney to take on one of the most powerful forces moving our world– the profit motive– and whether the way it inspires us to deceive ourselves and others is undermining our common goals.