Socialist Rifle Association Podcast
Summary: A podcast for the SRA community and greater leftist community, particularly the gun owning parts of it. Released on a weekly schedule, we discuss all manners of news stories pertaining to the cause of leftism, particularly with matters pertaining to firearms, from a leftist perspective.
A man gets shot in his own apartment by an off-duty officer and people still blame him. A police lieutenant sells too many guns and gets busted. Cumeo gets the coveted anti-gun endorsement and gladly embraces it. Musk gets a few tokes on while his executive staff flee the company and his workers get fired for drug tests. Google snubs the Senate so the Senate snubs them. Bannon says the deep state is going coup Trump, except the state isn't very deep. The passport denial trend finds its way to Kansas. Trump officials plot some actual coups in Venezuela. Finally, hurricane relief. This episode was meant to air the week prior but alas, scheduling delays.
The podcast checks in on how the SRA is doing, Cody Wilson skirts around his injunction by selling hard copies of the liberator code, a Department of Education report is 95% wrong about school shootings, California passes a law to let your boss tell a judge to take your guns away, the Oath Keepers form an anti-leftist training program like it's 1932 all over again, the police have trouble keeping transgender individuals safe, Elon Musk is insane, California takes on the FCC, Trump says Google is being mean to him, a sports player makes an ironically good point about gun control, and finally Latino citizens get their citizenship stripped by the border. Late stage capitalism has never been so simultaneously hilarious and terrifying.
The podcast examines gun discourse from Utah to Hawaii, with little positive to be seen. The Democrats depower the oligarchs (a little), while an anarchist capitalist and a social democrat both fail to argue why socialism is bad/good. Elon Musk realizes that maybe SEC violations aren't a good idea, Silent Sam gets the mosh pit treatment, and Politico pretends that a teenager hacked the elections. A judge rules that maybe the police can compel you to unlock your phone, another judge rules Trump can't union bust, a Georgia superintendent gets racist on tape, and Verizon gets a fiery reaction after throttling fire fighters. Finally, we discuss prison strike 2018 and what is going on with it. We also have a Patreon now! If you would like, check it out at patreon.com/socialistrapodcast .
The podcast convinces someone else to talk on it, Democrats can't decide if they want to embrace social democracy, Reddit bans gun files, Ajit Pai continues to be a slimeball, Fox says the communists were behind Pearl Harbor, a baker doesn't want to put food dye in a cake lest he burn for eternity, and TERFs stir up trouble in the United Kingdom. I don't even have to write the jokes anymore, they're just there for the taking.
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.