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Here’s an unexpected treat: a new episode of The Hemingways just in time for the holidays. Listen in as Mark and Mollie discuss the Elizabeth Lauten/Obama’s daughters controversy, Rolling Stone’s shabby journalism, the media, Ferguson and Staten Island, Interstellar, the Fight of The Week, and much more.
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America’s first couple of podcasting finally returns this week for their unique take on all the days’s news. This week, the VA scandal, tough times on Twitter, the Santa Barbara shooter and misogyny and that #saveallwomen hashtag, the cultural phenomenon that is Disney’s Frozen, and a rather yawning Fight of The Week.
Let it go, EJHill
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We were thrilled to receive this unexpected and throughly entertaining new installment from America’s first couple of podcasting. This week, Mr. and Mrs. Hemingway cover religious liberty and that now vetoed Arizona law, the pioneering Oregon health plan is on life support and what it says about ObamaCare, the documentary “Blackfish” and how the Motion Picture Academy seems to perhaps be wising up on liberal agitprop, and finally, the inside story on Mark’s recent bout of pneumonia and his pledge to finally get an actual doctor (yes, that’s the Fight of The Week®).
America’s most beloved podcasting couple returns for their very special Christmas episode. This week, the Hemingways kick around ObamaCare, debate that new Mitt documentary (and marvel at the magic more commonly known as Netflix), the Fight of The Week®, and Molly’s rather untraditional Christmas tradition. Far out, man.
Hey look…America’s favorite podcasting partners in matrimony are back! This week, Mark and Mollie riff on ObamaCare, Phillip Rivers’ fertile ways, Mollie’s new job, a “Hemingways” baseball round-up (heavy on the Cards, natch), and the pluses and minuses of Steely Dan and Donald Fagen.
This week, the Hemingways chat about which political party run better cities, debate the case for and against military action against Syria, reminisce about their trip back to Mark’s boyhood home (shout-out to the surf band Don & The Quixotes), explain the finer points of the ancient art of record collecting, the movie “Mud”, and of course “The Fight Of The Week”®.
Finally, America’s most beloved podcasting couple have returned to the interwebs (they have a good reason for taking time off as you’ll hear, but still…). This week, Mark and Mollie discuss the endless car wreck that is ObamaCare, TV series you’re not watching but should be, debate who the king of late night is, and of course, The Fight of The Week® (as requested, now enhanced with theme music — you’re welcome, Mark).
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Ricochet’s only married podcasters finally return to the inter-webs with a typically feisty episode as they’re joined by (a Hemingway’s Podcast first!) Ricochet member Mr. Brown. They cover all the scandals, conspiracy theories, the inside dope on Mollie’s participation in Reason TV’s abortion debate, and of course, The Fight of The Week®.
Ricochet’s only married podcasters finally make their triumphant return to the interwebs and turn in a doozy of a show. Listen in as they (or more accurately, Mollie) experiences CPAC under the influence (we wish we would have thought of that), a not-to-be-missed debate on whether the Republican party is going the way of the Whigs, Rob Portman’s switch on SSM, the RNC report that ignores the elephant in the room, Sarah Palin’s rack, the problem with the SoCons, The Fight of The Week®, and yes, Mark’s hygiene.
America’s most beloved podcasting partners return. This week, sequestration, a novel description of the President, newspaper ombudsmen, marriage equality, bigoted reporters, the Oscars, and of course, The Fight of The Week®.