About the show

Looking for a podcast that offers a unique take on current events and hot-button issues? Then you won't want to miss The Saulty Show. With its irreverent and humorous approach, this podcast is perfect for anyone who wants to hear thought-provoking commentary and lively discussions on topics that matter. From politics and culture to history and philosophy, each episode offers a fresh perspective on the issues of the day. Whether you're a conservative, liberal, or simply interested in hearing different viewpoints, The Saulty Show has something for everyone. So why not tune in and join the conversation?

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Episodes

  • Episode 252: Unraveling the Mystery of Good Music: AI's Revolutionary Impact

    April 29th, 2024  |  1 hr 4 mins
    ai, ai in music, ai influence, algorithm, artificial intelligence, composition, creativity, digital revolution, discussion, entertainment, evolution, future, future of music, future trends, innovation, insights, lyrics, melody, music, music analysis, music appreciation, music industry, music production, music trends, musical excellence, musical genius., podcast, podcast episode, podcasting, revolution, rhythm, songwriting, technology, technology impact, transformation, trends

    Join us as we dive into the world of music and unravel the age-old question: What truly makes a song great – the melody, rhythm, or lyrics? But that's not all – buckle up as we explore how AI is revolutionizing the music scene. We shift gears to discuss why leveraging AI to supercharge our careers and skills is an absolute game-changer. It's all happening on this episode of The Saulty Show, where the conversation is hot, the insights are fresh, and the beats are unstoppable

  • Episode 251: The State of the Union According to Biden: Lost in Mumblelation

    March 8th, 2024  |  2 hrs 9 mins
    abortion, absurdity, address, analysis, angry, biden, capitol, comedy, commentary, critique, desperation, exaggeration, hilarity, humor, insurrection, january, leadership, mumbling, nation, podcast, politics, president, scrutiny, speech, state, strategy, union, vote, women

    In this episode of "The Saulty Show," we dive into the hilarity of President Biden's State of the Union address, where he managed to mumble a whopping 111 times and maintain an angry tone throughout the entire speech. Biden's strategic focus on the abortion issue seems like a desperate attempt to win over the women's vote, while his exaggeration of the January 6th Capitol incident as an insurrection leaves us scratching our heads. Join us as we dissect the absurdity of Biden's address, providing our commentary on the state of the nation under his leadership.

  • Episode 250: Rewriting History: The Time Traveler's Dilemma

    February 9th, 2024  |  1 hr 2 mins
    altering history, causality, consequences, conservative podcast, ethical dilemmas, historical alterations, historical ethics, historical impact, history, moral quandaries, philosophy, pivotal moments, rewriting history, ripple effects, thought-provoking, time machine, time paradoxes, time travel, time travel dilemmas

    In this episode of "The Saulty Show," Saul poses a thought-provoking question: If you could go back in time and change any moment in history, what event would you alter, and why? The crew explores the ethical implications of rewriting history's pivotal moments and the potential ripple effects of those changes. Tune in as we discuss the moral implications of playing "god" with the fabric of time, emphasizing that while the intent may be to prevent harm, the outcome could exacerbate existing issues or lead to unintended consequences.

  • Episode 249: The Reel Deal: Candid Conversations on Cinema Trends

    February 7th, 2024  |  1 hr 11 mins
    adam sandler, blockbusters, cinema, classics, comedy, critique, dc, dei, diversity, equity, film impact, franchises, hollywood, inclusion, jim carrey, marvel, movies, nostalgia, reflections., superheroes

    In this episode of "The Saulty Show," the crew reminisced about the movies that left a lasting impact on their lives and explored the evolving landscape of filmmaking. They discussed the decline in movie quality, attributing it in part to the increasing influence of diversity, equity, and inclusion initiatives promoted by Hollywood studios. The crew also touched on iconic franchises like "The Lord of the Rings," "Rocky," and early "Harry Potter" films, reflecting on their cultural significance.

  • Episode 248: Borderline Battle: a Sign of Impending Civil War?

    January 26th, 2024  |  1 hr 9 mins
    az gop chairman, border crisis, bribery tactics, civil war, dc, federal government, greg abbott, historic, iowa, jeff dewit, joe biden, keri lake, live free or die, new hampshire, resignation, revolution, scotus ruling, standoff, texas, trump, victory

    In this episode of The Saulty Show, the crew analyzes President Trump's historic win in New Hampshire. His double triumph in both Iowa and New Hampshire has set the stage for a compelling political narrative that will shape the upcoming elections.
    Next, tensions are high as the crew explores the escalating crisis at the border. Following a recent Supreme Court ruling, Texas and the federal government find themselves at odds, with 25 states rallying behind Texas' stance. The "Live Free or Die" mentality is palpable as the nation braces for what could be a defining moment in border policy.
    And finally, the crew uncovers the shocking resignation of the AZ GOP chairman amidst allegations of bribery from Washington, D.C. This revelation sheds light on the murky intersection of politics and corruption, leaving us questioning the integrity of our political institutions.

  • Episode 247: Trumped Up: Iowa Victory and Media Manipulation

    January 19th, 2024  |  1 hr 35 mins
    alternative news, censorship, crew's predictions, desantis, exit strategies, information overload, iowa caucus, leftist agenda, media manipulation, nikki haley, podcast episode, political analysis, political landscape, political rollercoaster., speculations, trump, truth quest, victory, vivek, washington post

    In this episode the crew dives into the aftermath of the Iowa Caucus, highlighting Trump's epic win and Vivek's unexpected exit, throwing his support behind Trump. But when will Desantis and Nikki Haley bow out of this wild political dance. Shifting gears, the topic moves to take on The Washington Post's piece titled "Doing Your Own Research is a Good Way to End Up Wrong," Saul dismantles the idea that too much info leads to chaos and makes that case that it is a leftist plot to shut down alternative news, wondering if they're afraid of a little healthy debate. Join the crew for a rollercoaster of political events and media antics – riding the wave between facts, censorship, and the quest for truth.

  • Episode 246: Lights, Drama, Controversy: The Saulty Take on DNC & Hollywood Woes

    January 12th, 2024  |  1 hr 26 mins

    On this episode of The Saulty Show, join the crew as they give their latest takes on the New Hampshire Democratic primary and the sizzling drama within the DNC. From unexpected twists to corruption and legal battles, Saulty Saul and the team unpack and react to the never-ending political rollercoaster.

    Also, brace yourselves as they dive into the troubled world of Hollywood, dissecting the alarming decline in movie quality and its ripple effect on the box office. What could be the cause? Could it be women? lol tune in and find out!

  • Episode 245: Who is John Doe #36?

    January 4th, 2024  |  58 mins 17 secs
    accountability, billclinton, breakingnewsreaction, courttranscripts, highprofileallegations, jeffreyepstein, justicedilemma, legalframework, pedophileislandscandal, princeandrew, reflectiononjustice., scandalanalysis, societalimpact, twotieredjusticesystem, unsealedlist

    On the latest episode of "The Saulty Show," the crew delves into the recently unsealed Jeffrey Epstein court documents, bringing to light startling revelations about prominent figures like former President Bill Clinton and Prince Andrew being implicated in the pedophile island scandal. The crew discusses the two-tiered justice system that is rotten to the core.

  • Episode 244: Drama Unleashed: From Middle East Debates to Senate Ring Challenges

    November 16th, 2023  |  57 mins 19 secs
    ben shapiro, candace owens, clash, conservative, controversy, current events, debate, drama, free speech, kevin mccarthy, middle east, podcast, political discourse, politics, pop culture, senate, showdown., surprise, teamsters, tim burchett, trump, ufc, wrestling

    On this episode of "The Saulty Show", conservative heavyweights Candace Owens and Ben Shapiro square off on U.S. involvement in the Middle East, amidst escalating tensions and recent Hamas attacks. We also dive into the political drama with accusations flying as Representative Tim Burchett claims a physical altercation with Kevin McCarthy, all while Trump makes a surprising appearance at a New York UFC fight. And if that's not enough, catch the explosive Senate hearing moment where GOP Senator Markwayne Mullin challenges the President of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters to a physical showdown. It's a rollercoaster of politics, unexpected twists, and high-stakes face-offs that you won't want to miss!

  • Episode 243: Tipping Point: A Plate Full of Questions

    October 15th, 2023  |  57 mins 59 secs
    customerservice, diningexperience, entitlement, generationalshifts, gratitude, podcastdiscussion, societychanges, tipping

    In this episode of "The Saulty Show," we delved into the fascinating world of tipping. We explored the notion that tipping, a long-standing tradition, may be on the decline and asked the thought-provoking question: Is this shift a positive or negative development? We couldn't help but wonder if the emergence of a new generation, sometimes perceived as entitled, has influenced this change.
    We dissected how customer service experiences are evolving, and whether these changes are truly for the better. Join us in pondering this tipping point in our society as we navigate the complex landscape of gratitude, service, and the ever-shifting dynamics between customers and service providers.

  • Episode 242: High Noon in D.C.: McCarthy's 'OK Corral' Moment

    October 5th, 2023  |  57 mins 50 secs
    american politics, bipartisanship, congress, conservative, corruption, decision-making, democrat, doc holliday, dramatic confrontation, economic crisis, fiscal challenges, fiscal policy, fiscal responsibility, government spending, high-stakes, hyperinflation, kevin mccarthy, lobbyist, matt gaetz, motion to vacate, national debt, ok corral, old west, omnibus bills, podcast episode, political drama, political showdown, political tensions, rebellion, renegade republicans, republican, single-issue solutions, stop gap, trump, wild west comparison, wyatt earp

    On this episode of "The Saulty Show," the crew discusses a political showdown in Congress that could've been plucked right from the pages of an Old West saga. Join Saulty Saul as he spins a yarn that'll transport you to a dusty saloon, with tumbleweeds rolling and tension crackling in the air. In a landscape where loyalty is as fickle as a gambler's hand, where the stakes are higher than a prospector's dreams, and where Speaker Kevin McCarthy faces his own "OK Corral" moment, the crew goes over the dramatic events that unfolded. Tune in to unravel a story filled with more twists and turns than a rattlesnake on a hot skillet, exploring the untamed terrain where politics meets the Wild West. It's a gripping tale of political drama you won't want to miss. So, saddle up and ride along with us on this wild journey through the heart of American politics.

  • Episode 241: Is Marriage Still Worth It? Navigating Love in a New World

    September 28th, 2023  |  1 hr 1 min
    challenges, commitment, communication, divorce, equality, family, family values, gender roles, humor, legalities, love, marriage, marriage laws, modern society, parenthood, relationship dynamics, society's evolution, solutions, traditions, vows

    In this episode, we take on a rollercoaster ride through the modern maze of marriage, armed with truth and a pinch of saltiness. We try to make "The Case for Marriage" while serving up a dish of love seasoned with the complexities of today's world. We explored the highs and lows of matrimonial bliss, reminding you that love, like a fine wine, can be both intoxicating and challenging. So, fasten your emotional seatbelts, folks, because when it comes to marriage, it's not always rainbows and butterflies, but it's a story worth telling. Stay saulty, stay married, and stay tuned for more on, The Saulty Show

  • Episode 240: Veni, Vidi, Vici: Men and Their Roman Empire Mentality

    September 22nd, 2023  |  58 mins 21 secs
    ancient civilizations, ancient wisdom, corruption, cultural influence, empire's impact, gender differences, gender roles, historical fascination, history, male psychology, men's perspective, multiculturalism, philosophy, republics, roman empire, roman history, roman musings., rome's legacy, societal reflections, thought patterns

    In this episode of The Saulty show, we discuss a captivating TikTok trend that had women asking the men in their lives a seemingly unusual question: "How often do you think of the Roman Empire?" As we react to the trend, we embark on an exploration of why so many men find themselves pondering the grandeur and lessons of the Roman Empire. Drawing parallels between the ancient empire's downfall and modern societal challenges in the US, such as corruption and multiculturalism, Along the way, we examine the differences in thinking patterns between men and women.
    But as we uncover this interesting difference, we leave you with a question to ponder: How often do you find yourself contemplating the rise and fall of Rome?
    Join us on this fascinating journey as we unravel the enigma of the Roman Empire's enduring hold on men's imagination.

  • Episode 239: A Series of Unfortunate Coincidences: The Lahaina Wildfires Conspiracy

    September 2nd, 2023  |  57 mins 53 secs
    allegations, catastrophe, coincidences, conspiracy, cover-up, dark secrets, enigma, hawaii, indigenous, intrigue, investigative, lahaina, land, mystery, natural disaster, paradise lost, power lines, speculation, wealth interests, wildfires

    In this episode, the crew discusses startling allegations suggesting that the fires may not have been accidental at all, sparking questions about the involvement of powerful interests and the indigenous residents left grappling with the aftermath. Join us as we dissect the facts, untangle the web of conspiracy theories, and shed light on the peculiar coincidences that together form an unsettling portrait of the Lahaina wildfire tragedy.

  • Episode 238: Snow Woke and the Seven Pronouns

    August 17th, 2023  |  54 mins 37 secs
    controversy, critique, cultural shift, debate, empowerment, fairy tale, hollywood, media, modern twist, pop culture, rachel zegler, reality check, remake, snow white, social consciousness, storytelling, tinseltown, traditional vs modern, transformation, woke culture

    In this episode of "The Saulty Show," the crew discusses Hollywood's modern and woke remake of the classic 1930s animated film, Snow White. Rumor has it that Hollywood has decided that the iconic elements that have endured over time – the dwarves, true love's kiss, the rescue, and even the prince – were antiquated and have been discarded in favor of a 21st-century twist. Join us as we dissect the disaster that is this new Snow White actress, Rachel Zegler. Her countless gaffes, outright narcissistic comments, and how they're causing many to want to take a bite out of the apple just to stop having to listen to her.

  • Episode 237: Love, Politics, and Controversy

    August 14th, 2023  |  1 hr 21 mins
    cancel culture, cultural sensitivities, dating crisis, free speech, iowa state fair, leftist agenda, male-female divide, ne-yo controversy, onald trump, political correctness, presidential campaigns, relationships, societal pressures, traditional values, unfiltered speech, western world

    In this episode of The Saulty Show, we discuss the early presidential campaigns, Donald Trump's magnetic presence at the Iowa State Fair seems to set him apart from the rest of the candidates.
    Shifting our focus, we navigate the cancel culture arena, shedding light on Ne-Yo's clash with incorrect speech and his response to the controversy.
    We also confront the stark reality of the modern dating crisis afflicting women in the Western world.