Socialist Rifle Association Podcast
Summary: The official podcast of the Socialist Rifle Association, an organization that seeks to provide firearm education for the working class as well as promote policies and laws that respect the right to self defense for the working class. Released on a semiregular schedule, we discuss all manners of news stories pertaining to the cause of leftism, particularly with matters pertaining to firearms, from a leftist perspective.
The organization grows in size, Saudi Arabia posts threatening photoshops and wants to buy Tesla, Unite the Right 2 fizzles out for the fash, DEFCON gets frisked, Keith Ellison gets accused of assault (again), Cuba changes its constitution, and socialism maybe is on the rise in America.
The SRA joins the live radio club, a man takes a flashbang to the head in Portland, fash group chats get subpoenaed, Reddit gets hacked (but it's okay), the CIA may or may not have tried to assassinate a world leader via explosive drone, Apple becomes even more filthy rich, Trump explains how rivers work, and Canada gets kicked out of Saudi Arabia. The future is now, it kinda sucks.
In this episode of the SRA Podcast, bylaws are passed, 3D printed gun schematics are illegal again (maybe), unions are busted, and reactionaries continue to gain power. It's like the 1920s, but with less moonshine and more tech libertarians.
In this episode of the SRA Podcast, we discuss updates to the organization, printing 3D guns, the successes of the Democratic Socialists of America, and a bit of gun violence statistics.
In this episode of the SRA Podcast, I look at the events going on within the organization, bring up the rise of the DSA, and discuss an article about "leftist liberal socialism."
In this episode of the SRA Podcast, we discuss updates to the organization and give brief overviews of a view popular news stories and articles posted to r/SocialistRA.