White Flag with Joe Walsh

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Iknowricky
 Oct 21, 2021
Mr Walsh is still learning,, like all of us. Hear him speak the truth regarding political views. Honest, aggressive, views *****

Description

It’s never easy to talk with people who don’t agree with you; and yet, problems cannot be solved without the search for common ground. Joe Walsh is a former U.S. Congressman, a former Presidential candidate, a radio host, and a man whose personal mission is to LISTEN. With WHITE FLAG with JOE WALSH, he surrenders the urge to fight and strives to find a path to unite, not divide. He talks with notable people that have vastly differing viewpoints from his own. These are passionate conversations with an aim to find compromise... and, in turn, a better America.

Episode Date
18. Bridging the Divide: Congressman Adam Kinzinger / Jane Lynch
23:01

Politicians can (and often do) say horrible things. Joe Walsh is of the opinion that what isn’t said can be even worse. Silence implies permission…and silence can doom us all. Joe explains and also reflects on his discussion with Congressman Adam Kinzinger and previews his conversation with Jane Lynch.

Dec 02, 2021
17. Congressman Adam Kinzinger
26:08

Joe Walsh and Adam Kinzinger are “brothers in arms”, having both served in congress representing Illinois. However, since then, Walsh left the Republican Party and Kinzinger remains a member.  In this discussion, they describe what it feels like to be “politically homeless”, if the GOP actually has a future, and what is more dangerous: Trump or Trumpism.

Nov 30, 2021
16. Bridging the Divide: Cenk Uygur / Congressman Adam Kinzinger
27:16
Nov 25, 2021
15. Cenk Uygur
56:26

Cenk Uygur is a leading progressive and the founder of “The Young Turks”.  Despite their extraordinarily differing political backgrounds, Joe Walsh sits down with Uyger to try to find common ground on Bernie Sanders, the election process, political money and corruption… and along the way, share fascinating stories about how bad journalists can be at their jobs.

Nov 23, 2021
14. Bridging the Divide: Tom Nichols / Cenk Uygur
23:33

We are currently living in a revolutionary period in American History: we are more divided than we have been at any time since The Civil War.  It’s no longer simply Democrats vs. Republicans and no one ever knows how a revolution will end, so buckle up.  Joe explains and also reflects on his discussion with Tom Nicholsl and previews his conversation with Cenk Uygur.

Nov 18, 2021
13. Tom Nichols
55:14

Academic Tom Nichols and Joe Walsh may be “Never-Trumpers,” but they think differently about most issues. They converse and try to establish some common ground regarding Populism, the factors that allowed Trump to gain power, why so many people want it to be 1965 again, and the differences between bad people and bad citizens.

Nov 16, 2021
12. Bridging the Divide: Touré / Tom Nichols
27:55

The Democrats had “a bad night” on Election Day 2021… especially in Virginia. Joe Walsh knows why and offers his solution for the only way to beat the Republicans: ENGAGE. Joe explains and also reflects on his discussion with Touré and previews his conversation with Tom Nichols.

Nov 11, 2021
11. Touré
01:07:58

Touré is an American writer, music journalist, cultural critic, podcaster, and television personality.  Like Joe Walsh, he is a straight shooter who doesn’t shy away from his opinions. That said, he and Joe don’t agree on much. This week, they sit down and try to find some common ground regarding systemic racism, police reform, and whether, as a country, we have the ability to understand our past to ensure a better future.

Nov 09, 2021
10. Bridging the Divide: Congressman Eric Swalwell / Touré
29:30

Everyone is partisan to a degree... And that’s okay unless it forces you to be blind to what’s right and wrong. Joe Walsh wants to get the blinders off of our officials. Also, the easiest part of Democracy wields the most power. Joe explains and also reflects on his discussion with  Congressman Eric Swalwell and previews his conversation with Touré.

Nov 04, 2021
9. Congressman Eric Swalwell
37:54

Representative Eric Swalwell is an outspoken, passionate Democratic Congressman from California. Joe Walsh was an outspoken, passionate Republican Congressman from Illinois. Politically, they agree on very little… but when they sit down to talk, they find common ground regarding the true existential threat facing our democracy. They each have worries about their respective parties, and they discuss the value of keeping a job versus doing the right thing.

Nov 02, 2021
8. Bridging the Divide: Jon Cryer / Congressman Eric Swalwell
30:00

Joe Walsh is a guy who wears his emotions on his sleeve, and he’s a little down on things today because of where we’re at in our country. Joe explains and also reflects on his discussion with Jon Cryer and previews his conversation with Congressman Eric Swalwell.

Oct 28, 2021
7. Jon Cryer
41:28

The conservative media world seems to share a unified opinion about Hollywood: “They’re a bunch of Libs!”. A few years back, Joe Walsh would’ve said the same thing. But when actor Jon Cryer sits down and talks with Walsh, much is revealed. The two try to find some common ground and discover the definition of “Real America.” It turns out the truth is nuanced and eye-opening.

Oct 26, 2021
6. Bridging the Divide: Fred Guttenberg and Kris Brown / Jon Cryer
23:59

It’s no secret that politicians love to demonize their opponents, and Joe Walsh has a well-documented history of doing just that. That said, Joe Walsh is making an effort to change this behavior within himself, and even though he may have changed, it seems to be getting worse with others. Joe reflects on his discussion with Fred Guttenberg and Kris Brown and previews his talk with Jon Cryer.

Oct 26, 2021
5. Fred Guttenberg / Kris Brown
50:50

Joe Walsh is a self-described “gun guy” and a “big Second Amendment guy”.   In this episode, Joe sits down with Activist Fred Guttenberg (whose daughter was murdered in the 2018 Parkland School shooting) and Kris Brown, the President of The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, to talk about one of the most divisive topics of our time:  guns. They try to find some common ground and what measures could be taken on which both sides could possibly agree.

Oct 21, 2021
4. Bridging the Divide: DL Hughley / Fred Guttenberg
27:48

Joe has some serious thoughts about Jon Stewart's criticism of the media, reflects on his discussion with DL Hughley, and previews his sit down with Fred Guttenberg.

Oct 21, 2021
3. DL Hughley
42:30
Comedian, actor, and political commentator D.L. Hughley talks with Joe Walsh about the current state of race relations in The United States and the importance of looking back before we can move forward.
Oct 18, 2021
2. Bridging the Divide: Andrew Yang / DL Hughley
30:20
Joe reflects on his discussion with Andrew Yang and previews his discussion with DL Hughley.
Oct 18, 2021
1. Andrew Yang
44:22
Presidential candidate and New York mayoral candidate, Andrew Yang, sits down with Joe Walsh to discuss election reform, the role of social media in modem politicking, and the formation of a third party.
Oct 18, 2021