#65 – Did SNL Go Too Far? Algorithms Control Our Lives! Fake News Goes Left!

(Left to Right: Paleocrat, William Ballow, PaleoJoe)

In this practically Trumpless edition of PaleoRadio, the fellas “powered through” their sickness with a rip-roaring good time, covering topics including:

Did SNL Go Too Far?

Streaming Revolution Takes Over GRAMMYs!

Algorithms Secretly Rule The World

Shock Poll on Religion & LGBT in US

#TheResistance vs. Tea Party

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Joe Elder & Jeremiah Bannister bring over 10 years of talk radio experience to this one-hour weekly podcast dedicated to politics, religion, and culture.

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