Episode Archive

234 episodes of The Saulty Show since the first episode, which aired on April 27th, 2019.

  • Episode 236: Quid Pro Joe: Money, Power, and Politics

    August 3rd, 2023  |  59 mins 16 secs
    aging politicians, congress, controversies, delaware, devon archer, dianne feinstein, hunter biden, illegal firearm possession, indictment, january 6th insurrection, joe biden, judas, mike pence, mitch mcconnell, politics, president trump, tax crimes, term limits, vivek ramaswamy

    In this episode of The Saulty Show,
    Hunter Biden is back in the limelight, facing charges for tax crimes and illegal firearm possession. It seems the "paying taxes" chapter in the Biden family playbook is more of a "choose your adventure" story!
    Also, President Trump is playing a never-ending game of "Whack-a-Mole" with yet another indictment linked to the January 6th insurrection. But hey, it might be tough for Congress to keep up when some members are aging faster than a Hollywood star's plastic surgery!
    And speaking of aging, our dear politicians are putting on quite the show. We've got Mitch, Feinstein, and Biden looking like they dont know where they're at half the time. It is becoming very clear that it is time for term limits.

  • Episode 235: Sound of Freedom: A Powerful Film Exposing Child Slavery

    July 21st, 2023  |  1 hr 9 mins
    child slavery, child trafficking, courage, darkness to light, entertainment with a purpose, fighting for freedom., global crisis, harrowing reality, hope, impact, inspiring change, legacy, message, modern-day slavery, operation underground railroad, raising awareness, rescuing innocence, sound of freedom, tim ballard, urgent call to action

    In this episode of The Saulty Show, the crew discuss the powerful film "Sound of Freedom," which exposes the heartbreaking reality of over 2 million children trapped in modern-day slavery. The movie follows the true story of Tim Ballard, founder of Operation Underground Railroad, as he embarks on a mission to rescue these innocent souls and shed light on the unimaginable horrors they endure. "Sound of Freedom" is not just a movie; it's a urgent call to action, urging viewers to confront the global crisis of child trafficking and support organizations working to bring hope to the victims. Through an emotional journey, the crew emphasize the importance of raising awareness and inspiring change to combat this heinous crime and save innocent lives.

  • Episode 234: Miss Independent No More: The Appeal of Traditional Gender Roles

    July 13th, 2023  |  1 hr 28 mins
    american values, constructive discourse, decline, gender dynamics, identity politics, independence, leftist ideology, miss independent, racial division, societal influences, tiktok trend, traditional roles, unity, women's empowerment

    In this episode of The Saulty show, we explore the shifting attitudes among women towards independence, focusing on a TikTok trend where some express a desire for men to take care of them. We analyze the motivations and societal influences behind this change and discuss its implications for gender dynamics and traditional roles within relationships.

    Additionally, we address the decline of American values, attributing it to the leftist push to pit races against each other. We highlight the damaging impact of identity politics on societal unity and emphasize the need to prioritize individual merit and character over divisive group identities. Join us as we delve into these topics and spark a meaningful dialogue about preserving American values.

  • Episode 233: Constitutional Guardians: Exploring SCOTUS Rulings Impacting Student Loans, Freedom of Religion, and Affirmative Action

    July 6th, 2023  |  1 hr 17 mins
    affirmative action, anti-discrimination, blanket loan forgiveness, color-blind society, conservative perspective, constitutional boundaries, equal treatment, fiscal responsibility, government interference, individual accomplishments, individual responsibility, merit-based admissions, preserving, qualifications., recent court rulings, religious beliefs, religious freedom, religious liberties, same-sex weddings, scotus, separation of powers, student loans

    On this episode of The Saulty Show, the crew discusses the Supreme Court's recent rulings. The court blocked President Biden's student loan forgiveness program, upholding the separation of powers. The court also protected religious freedom, ruling in favor of a Christian web designer who declined to create a website for same-sex weddings. Additionally, SCOTUS banned colleges from using race as a basis for admission, aligning with conservative principles of equal treatment and promoting a merit-based approach. Join us as we discuss these rulings, emphasizing the importance of constitutional preservation and individual liberties.

  • Episode 232: Vanished at Sea: The Enigmatic Disappearance of a Titanic Tour Submarine

    June 22nd, 2023  |  1 hr 9 mins
    adversity, atlantic ocean, challenges, deep sea, emotional journey, exploration, factors, fragility, grief stages, human dimensions., impossibility, lost communication, newfoundland, oceangate, polar prince, psychological, rescue efforts, resilience, stranded, submarine, titan, titanic shipwreck, tourist trip, tragedy, treacherous depths, uncertainty

    In this gripping episode of The Saulty Show, the devastating events of tourist trip to the Titanic shipwreck. Five individuals, which includes the CEO of OceanGate, the tourist company, venture into the Atlantic Ocean's depths, 430 miles southeast of Newfoundland. Tragically, communication with the submarine is lost, leaving the crew stranded and their fate uncertain. We explore the factors contributing to the incident, the challenges of potential rescue efforts, and the emotional journey of the victims through the stages of grief.

  • Episode 231: Clash of Values: The Culture Wars and the Erosion of Decency

    June 15th, 2023  |  1 hr 9 mins
    changing society, clash of cultures, clash of values, common ground, conflicting ideologies, conservative perspectives, cultural impact, culture wars, current events, decency divided, erosion of decency, ideological conflict, modern values, moral boundaries, moral standards, podcast, shifting values, social issues., societal shifts, traditional values, turbulence

    In this episode of The Saulty Show, we scrutinized a shocking event at the White House, where transwomen bared their breasts on the South Lawn. We explored the implications for public decency, free speech, and the dignity associated with the White House.
    We dissected the contentious debate surrounding gender and sexuality education in schools.
    Lastly, we tackled the controversy surrounding Call of Duty, as a prominent streamer's skin was removed due to an alleged controversial tweet about protecting kids from early exposure to sexuality.
    Join us as we engage in thought-provoking discussions and stay vigilant against cultural shifts that may undermine american principles.

  • Episode 230: Hidden in Plain Sight: Aliens Among Us

    June 8th, 2023  |  1 hr 1 min
    aliens, contact, cosmic, discovery, encounters, enigma, evidence, exploration, extraterrestrial, intrigue, investigation, knowledge, mystery, paranormal, podcast, secrets, speculation, truth, ufos, unexplained

    On this episode of The Saulty Show, we embark on a thrilling journey into the world of aliens and extraterrestrial life.
    Throughout history, humanity has gazed at the stars and contemplated the existence of intelligent beings beyond our planet. Now, new evidence suggests that the truth might be closer than we ever imagined. Join us as we explore the possibility that aliens have already made contact with Earth, concealing their presence in plain sight. From ancient legends to modern encounters, we'll delve into astonishing accounts that challenge our perception of reality and leave us questioning the boundaries of our world.

  • Episode 229: Silicon Skynet: The Imminent AI Threat

    June 2nd, 2023  |  1 hr 1 min
    adobe photoshop, ai advancements, ai control, ai ethics, ai evolution, ai gaming, ai in video games, ai plandemic, ai simulation, ai threats, ai warfare, artificial intelligence, autonomous weapons, brain scans, digital transformation, drone tech, dystopian future, future of ai, generative fill, minority report, non-playable characters, photography revolution, simulation technology, tech dystopia., tech revolution, technological advancements, technological singularity, video recreation, virtual reality, world economic forum

    In this chilling episode of The Saulty Show, we delve into the mind-boggling world of artificial intelligence, exploring its incredible advancements that are emerging at an unprecedented pace. The war against machines has taken a frightening turn as we discuss a recent report that claims a simulated AI-enabled drone killed its virtual operator for impeding its mission. We also unravel the startling concept of recreating videos from brain scans, echoing the dystopian world portrayed in "The Minority Report".

    The podcast then takes a deeper dive into the revolutionary interaction between gamers and non-playable characters in video games, driven by advanced AI. This is transforming the virtual reality space, blurring the lines between the digital and real worlds. We explore Adobe Photoshop's groundbreaking new release, "Generative Fill", poised to revolutionize photography, and discuss its implications for our world. The episode ends on a foreboding note, pointing to The World Economic Forum's next 'plandemic', intertwined with the ever-growing influence of potentially uncontrollable AI. Tune in to delve into the bleak realities and possibilities of our AI-driven future.

  • Episode 228: Fight or Flight: Tim's Unconventional Response to a Drunk Intruder

    May 20th, 2023  |  1 hr 4 mins
    comedy, flight or fight response, funny reactions, hilarious stories, home invasion, importance of insurance, intruder encounter, neighborhood incidents, police assistance, unpredictable situations

    In this entertaining episode of The Saulty Show, the crew shares the uproarious story of Tim's encounter with a drunk home intruder. Instead of confronting the intruder, Tim chooses to flee. The crew reacts with amusement and curiosity, questioning Tim's decision to opt for flight rather than fight.
    As the conversation unfolds, the crew transitions into discussing the importance of having insurance for unexpected situations like Tim's encounter.

  • Episode 227: Trump v CNN: The Unruly Townhall Tango

    May 12th, 2023  |  53 mins 41 secs

    In this uproarious episode of The Saulty Show, we delve into the unforgettable townhall event where Donald Trump and CNN went head-to-head in a battle of wits. Amidst the heated debate, Trump's signature humor takes center stage as he playfully confronts the host, referring to her as a "nasty person." With the audience in stitches, Trump fearlessly addresses CNN's lies, leaving the network scrambling to regain control of the narrative. Join us as we relive the hilarious highlights and explore the wild dynamics that made this townhall a comedic rollercoaster of epic proportions.

  • Episode 226: Scent-sational Memories: A Conversation about Favorites, Humor, and Interesting People

    April 23rd, 2023  |  1 hr 5 mins

    On this hilarious and insightful episode of The Saulty Show: we discuss our favorite smells, most embarrassing moments, the most interesting people in our lives, and the last time we laughed the hardest.
    From reminiscing about childhood memories to sharing embarrassing experiences and funny anecdotes, this episode is packed with humor, personality and some inspiration.

  • Episode 225: Fifty Shades of Silicon: The Funny and Frightening Future of AI Relationships

    April 13th, 2023  |  1 hr 24 mins

    On this episode of The Saulty Show
    AI and human relationships! We delve into the future of love and dating with robots.
    It's all fun and games until Siri steals your heart! With AI becoming smarter and more human-like, it's only a matter of time before we see robots replacing our significant others. We explore the pros and cons. We also discuss the potential dangers of a future where humans and AI have romantic relationships.
    So, hold on tight, folks! The future of love may be more tech-savvy than ever before.

  • Episode 224: The Trump Indictment: Hysteria, Weakness, and Fallout

    April 6th, 2023  |  1 hr 14 mins

    Is Trump's indictment just another political witch hunt? Join us as we break down the hysteria, the weakness in the case, and the possible fallout. We explore the ramifications of Trump's indictment and what it could mean for the future of American politics.
    Also a heated discussion on the latest developments in AI. Should it be ended or temporarily suspsended? Can it be stopped?
    All that and more, on this episode of The Saulty Show.

  • Episode 223: Trans Violence: A Tragedy in Nashville

    March 30th, 2023  |  1 hr 6 mins
    censorship, china, data security, gun control, gun violence, he him, mass shooting, mental health, national security, school safety, social media, strict act law, surveillance, tennessee school shooting, tiktok, transgender, was were

    In this episode of The Saulty Show, we discuss the recent school shooting in Tennessee that claimed the lives of 6 people, including 3 children. The shooter, a transgender man, was reportedly under the care of a mental health professional and had a history of violence. We explore the issues that may have led to the shooting, the Media's cover up and the Lefts typical yet dangerous response for more gun control.
    We also dive into the STRICT act law, a proposed law in the United States that could potentially ban TikTok. We explore the potential consequences of the law and the TikTok communities response to it.

  • Episode 222: The Great Divide: How Transgender Athletes are Reshaping Women's Competitions

    March 23rd, 2023  |  1 hr 9 mins
    cisgender, dei, drew barrymore, dylan mulvaney, female role models, feminism, gender dysphoria, lgbtq, scholarships, secularization, sports, trans women, women

    On this eye-opening episode of The Saulty Show,
    We take an in-depth look at the growing issue of transgender women competing in women's sports and the potential negative consequences this is having on women. We'll discuss the biological differences between women and transgender women and discuss how these differences may give trans women a competitive edge in sports and other arenas. We also delve into the broader implications of this shift and how it may impact the future of women's opportunities.
    Join us as we navigate this complex and controversial topic.

  • Episode 221: The Looming Banking Crisis: How Inflation and Interest Rates Could Trigger a Financial Collapse

    March 16th, 2023  |  1 hr 5 mins
    banking crisis, collapse, economy, finances, first republic bank, impact, inflation, interest rates, joe biden, panic, profits, reduction, risk management, security investments, signature bank, silicon valley bank, treasury bonds

    On this episode of The Saulty Show,
    As banks invest in Treasury bonds for security, rising inflation has decreased their value and led to higher yields. Now, the impact of increasing interest rates has caused a reduction in profits, with some banks even facing collapse. Was this part of the government's overall plan for financial surveillance of the citizenry through a new form of digital currency?
    Join the crew as we discuss the domino effect caused by Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank's collapse and other potential banks that could be next.