Teri has finally dragged the original Smart Girl, Stacy Mott, back into the fold. Stacy explains where she’s been the last six years, and the girls reminisce about the past — including their funny weekend with Andrew Breitbart. They also talk about how tea party rallies compare to today’s rally-riots and how we get past the divide.

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Teri remains behind the Iron Curtain that is Northern Virginia, so Fingers regales her with tales of freedom from the heartland. It looks a lot like BBQ and bourbon. Then they get all Gen Xish talking about their favorite childhood cartoons — Teri prefers the groovy 70s ones, while Fingers is more of a rad 80s guy. And what was the deal with H.R. Pufnstuf, anyway?

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We have salad on our minds this week. Will salad bars be a thing of the past in a post-COVID19 world? Speaking of salad (days), remember when MTV used to be great?

Also, why does everyone hate Peter Gabriel?

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On this week’s Gen Xish episode, Teri and Fingers talk about preparations for a pending meat shortage, the fallout for China and why the Left can’t tell the difference between the Gadsden and Confederate flags.

They also go over the best one hit wonders from the 80s, including … Rappin’ Rodney? And can the woke crowd handle “Turning Japanese”?

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Christiana Holcomb, legal counsel at Alliance Defending Freedom, joins Teri to talk about ADF’s lawsuit in Connecticut that seeks to ban biological males from competing in girls’ sports, Idaho’s Fairness in Women’s Sports Act and the many religious freedom challenges during COVID-19.

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On this Gen Xish episode, Teri and Fingers weigh in on coronavirus protests, the NFL draft, New Coke and the best movies from the 1980s. Fingers attempts to explain the appeal of “Caddyshack”, while Teri waxes fondly about “Steel Magnolias.” Also, who was the best Batman and which 80s tennis player did Teri choose over seeing “E.T.”?

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On this Gen Xish episode, Teri and Fingers fondly reminisce about fast food trends from the 80s. McPizza? Teri ate WHAT at Burger King? Also, are onion guns a thing of the past?

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Thomas LaDuke, host of “Bourbon on the Rocks” on FTRradio, joins Teri to talk about the shutdown shenanigans in Michigan and what residents can do to fight back.

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On this week’s Gen Xish episode, Teri and Fingers talk about the disgusting things they find in parking lots, why sports talk radio is better than political talk radio and, most importantly, the epic miniseries they remember from their youths.

Also, what is the plural of “miniseries”?? No, seriously, does anyone know?

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Jason Snead, Executive Director of the Honest Elections Project, joins Teri to talk about the state of fair elections in America, including the unique challenges of voting in 2020. Is Wisconsin a bellwether for future electoral chaos?

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On this GenXish episode, Teri and Fingers catch up on life in isolation (including Teri’s questionable new hobby) and delve into a discussion of the best sitcoms from the 1980s. Shelly Long or Kirstie Alley? Bea Arthur or Betty White? “227” or “Soap”?

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Teri’s guest on the latest Isolation Interview is Scott Walter, president of the Capital Research Center. CRC is an investigative watchdog think tank that follows the money — and guess what they find? The dark web of Democrat donors is spending gobs of cash to politicize the pandemic and, ultimately, take back the White House.

Be sure to read Scott’s insightful piece here: https://spectator.org/democrats-began-politicizing-trumps-coronavirus-response-well-before-senate-gridlock/.

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Teri is joined by Mallory Quigley, VP of Communications at SBA List, to talk about the hurdles facing the pro-life movement during the pandemic, the awful way Planned Parenthood wants to expand abortion during the crisis, and the thing Chuck Schumer said the should never be forgotten.

Be sure to go to https://www.sba-list.org/coronavirus to get the latest on the pro-life movement.

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Concert, that is.

On this week’s Gen Xish episode, Teri and Fingers discuss how Gen X is faring with coronavirus restrictions and how it’s affecting their families. And, to keep things fun, they talk about their very first concerts and other concerts they’ve been to, spanning the 70s to present day. SPOILER ALERT: Shaun Cassidy is mentioned.

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Teri’s guest on the latest Isolation Interview is Andy Mangione, Vice President of AMAC (Association of Mature American Citizens). Andy explains what AMAC is doing to make sure issues important to seniors are included in the pending relief package. Also, does Andy think DC policymakers “get it” when it comes to understanding the suffering taking place during the national crisis?

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National Review’s Jim Geraghty joins Teri to talk about his deep dive into how China lied in the early days of coronavirus and the one thing they could’ve done to help stem the worldwide spread. Be sure to read Jim’s article here: https://www.nationalreview.com/the-morning-jolt/chinas-devastating-lies/.

And how about that stimulus/relief package slowly making its way through Congress? Jim explains the possible fallout for the obstructionist Democrats.

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Movie critic Christian Toto joins Teri with some great ideas on shows to watch to pass the time … and maybe a few to avoid. Also, what’s up with that stupid “Imagine” video? And will Hollywood ever recover from coronavirus?

Be sure to visit HollywoodinToto.com to get the latest from Christian.

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Teri is joined by journalist Salena Zito to discuss the plight of everyday Americans during the coronavirus crisis. Salena talks about her recent visit to a homeless shelter and what she’s planning on her upcoming travels into the heartland. Also, what’s the hardest part about self-isolation for Salena? Listen to find out!

Be sure to go to SalenaZito.com to get the latest from this outstanding journalist.

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Social media says Gen X was made for self-isolation, so it must be true. Right? Teri and Fingers discuss the “forgotten” generation’s reaction to coronavirus, plus Teri found some TV shows from her youth that can be binged for free (or almost free). Spoiler alert: Dirk Benedict is mentioned. More than once.

Let’s face it, we’re all Gen Xers now.

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Teri’s guest this week is Elaine Parker, President of the Job Creators Network. Elaine explains what “Healthcare for You” is all about, why coverage for preexisting conditions is so important, and how President Trump is changing healthcare for the better.

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