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Max hits the midweek mark, once again without Mike or Ginger, but he does have Dan his Long Suffering Producer, and the trusty Max Miller Dog, although Max is not sure which one he needs most. (Probably the dog).
Still this doesn’t prevent Max for once again praising the Wall Street Journal on their Boeing 737 Max coverage, and then getting into Trump’s Mad King episode in the Rose Garden, and how all this really does affect the people who voted for him, rural America, although Max does have to get into the definition of the word “snowflake”. Plus, Max gives free of charge a killer slogan for any Democrat to use if running for president. Finally, Max gets into what is actually a valid “cover up” for Donald Trump.
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The Voice of the Radical Center crew, Max, Ginger and Mike get right down to basics as they talk about abortion rights, tariffs, the priorities of the Texas Senate (hint, it has something to do with plastic bags), the fact that Max is NOT running for president, and somehow they find time to discuss Max’s DIY skills, which it turns out are nonexistent.
Max can’t get the words out of his mouth correctly as he explains how Trump possibly, maybe, ripped off a ten year old boy when they were playing golf. Next Max goes into his definition of courage, which he refines from the last time he spoke on this subject, and wonders is there something more than physical courage. Before Max gets to his main topic of Alabama and their outlawing of abortion, he does find time yet again to explain to the Donster that China is not paying the tariffs, we are.
The weekend version of the Voice of The Radical Center kicks off with Max in rhapsody over the fact that his beloved Spurs (no not the San Antonio one) have made it to the Champions League final, where they will play Liverpool.
The popularity of soccer though is missed by Ginger, who, while pleased Max is pleased, pushes to move the show on from sports and to its main mission, politics. Next they get on to the exciting subject of buying appliances, which is somehow connected to the fate of farmers. They finally get to the main subject at hand, the 737 Max although they cannot agree on whether they would get on one.