After a brief interlude, Dave Carter is back with all new sound equipment, a new format, and basically an all new podcast.  On what he describes as the “maiden voyage,” of the Dave Carter Show, he is joined by his longtime friend from radio show days, Sydney J. Michaels, as the two of them accompany the rest of us on an excursion that includes a compelling conversation with Denise McAllister, some hysterical stream of commentary from General James R. Hatchet, a Cajun weather report, discussions on the trials and tribulations of management, Dave’s attire at work, and Lloyd Bridges’ pants. Overall, we believe you’ll find the maiden voyage of the USS DC Show to be delightful, if not just a bit unhinged.

DC McAllister joins Dave Sussman to discuss the feminist podcaster who spent an entire episode discussing DC’s “demise”, the subsequent police investigation. We get into AOC’s latest inane comments as well as the growing “JEXODUS” movement in the Democratic circles as Jews are fed up with their party’s anti-semitism.

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Denise is a Contributor to the Federalist, PJMedia, and the Daily Wire. Follow her on Twitter @McAllisterDen.

The Unmitigated Disaster of #IlhanOmar’s #antisemitism, #AlexadriaOcasioCortez #AOC’s green deal and their embracing of #Socialism. DC McAllister returns to discuss the just how crazy the Left is getting, and also gives us her movie review of Spike Lee’s #BlacKKKlansman and what the narrative suggests. Find “Spygate: The Attempted Sabotage of Donald J. Trump” her #NYTimes bestselling book co-authored with Dan Bongino.
Denise is a Contributor to the Federalist, PJMedia, and the Daily Wire. Follow her on Twitter @McAllisterDen.

DC McAllister returns to Whiskey Politics with Dave Sussman to break down the culture war. Denise discusses the war on men, the state of journalism, and then gets into the Mueller Investigation and “Spygate: The Attempted Sabotage of Donald J. Trump,” her New York Times bestselling book co-authored with Dan Bongino (

Denise is a Contributor to the Federalist, PJMedia, and the Daily Wire. Follow her on Twitter @McAllisterDen.

What do you get when you have two people who practically live to write talking about their craft, their passion for writing, the process of writing and what resources they draw upon to infuse the written word with the sort life and meaning that compel the reader to pay attention?  Well, you get a conversation between DC McAllister and our own Dave Carter — one that we think you’ll find enjoyable.

Denise C. McAllister is a cultural and political commentator, a senior contributor at The Federalist and her work can be found at several outlets, including PJ Media, Real Clear Politics, Hot Air, and Ricochet. She has been a guest on Fox News, CNN, and Newsmax. Denise joins Dave at Whiskey Politics for an in-depth discussion on what society must do facing yet another tragic school shooting. Other subjects: GOP/Never Trump rift and conservative complacency, Adam Schiff’s massive fundraising machine, #MeToo’s secret blacklists impacting innocent men’s careers (and how men can protect themselves). Denise and Dave finish off discussing the genesis of television news punditry with William F. Buckley v. Gore Vidal. It’s a fascinating and varied discussion and we hope you enjoy it.

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How does collective guilt differ from the concept of Original Sin? Is there really such a thing as an “Original Sin of slavery?” How far ought collective guilt, or even collective exoneration, to extend? Dave sat down with DC McAllister to hash out these topics and a great deal more in a free-wheeling conversation that we believe you’ll find quite compelling. As Dave wrote, “Any conversation that travels the spectrum from corporate guilt to Hondas and coffee-flavored rum is going to spark some interest.”

Our old friend DC McAllister recently wrote a fascinating article at The Federalist titled, “Why Demanding Equality in All Things Makes Us Narcissists.” Which prompted Dave Carter to sit down with DC and explore the issue in-depth. We think you’ll find their exchange interesting, to say the least.

Sometimes, the temptation to take a symbol, or even a term of disparagement, and turn it against one’s opponents, particularly when those opponents specialize in smug condescension, is difficult to resist. So Dave Carter didn’t bother trying. Resistance takes too much energy anyway, and he’d rather use that energy having fun and chatting with his fellow deplorables. The idea of Radio Deplorable is to shine a spotlight on the people and places that those in the NYC-DC-LA vortex neither understand nor like very much.

Whether it is a chat with an author or commentator, a mechanic, a pastor, an interesting stranger at a truck stop, or just random thoughts from the host, the animating perspectives of this podcast will emanate from the folks that the condescending class claims to look out for, but who rarely miss an opportunity to sneer at and belittle. Years ago, Bill Buckley said that he would rather be governed by the first 2,000 names in the Boston phone directory than by the entire faculty of Harvard. At Radio Deplorable, we will, in a sense, go treasure hunting in the phone book.