On “What Do You Really Think?” this week, Buck talks about his new radio show in Rush Limbaugh’s former time-slot, Marc discusses his sports fandom and being too political for ESPN, and the guys dig in on the lack of genuine conversation in today’s political discourse, Kamala Harris’ much-discussed recent trip to Guatemala, the impact (or lack thereof) that foreign aid has on slowing illegal immigration into the U.S., whether a stable economy will lead to voter inertia at the midterm elections, the debate around critical race theory, how college admissions approach race, and more.
Round 2! Special guest Ben Ferguson joins another episode of "What Do You Really Think?" to discuss Joe Biden's ability to govern effectively at his age, how Biden compares to Barack Obama and Ronald Reagan, whether or not Black Lives Matter has a perception problem, concerns around the fast-rising crime rates, and the impact of anti-police rhetoric.
Special guest Ben Ferguson joins the latest episode of "What Do You Really Think?" to discuss his days with Buck and Marc at CNN, how cable news has lost the spirit of the "grand debate," why the "abusive relationship" between the Left and Right in Washington continues to divide America, if and when people deserve to be de-platformed on social media, and much more.
On the latest "What Do You Really Think?" episode, Buck and Marc dig in on all the complicated nuances of the rising tensions in the Middle East between Israel and Palestine, and later, they discuss the latest policy updates announced by the CDC around COVID and masking.
On the latest episode, Buck and Marc welcome Rob Smith to the show for a wide-ranging conversation about Michelle Obama’s concerns about her daughters facing housing discrimination, nuances of race and class, who really sets the narrative about race in America, what an “elevated” conversation about race would look like, the view on defunding the police from both sides, and an examination of the history of racism in America.
On this week's episode, Buck and Marc discuss the recent CDC update about masking outdoors, how much is too much when it comes to masking policy (or speed limits for that matter), homicide rates during the pandemic, gun control and the Second Amendment, whether police interrupt violence or just respond to it, and why "terrified" institutions (like elite private schools) keep releasing diversity statements.
Buck's back from the border, so he and Marc start the latest episode of "What Do You Really Think?" with an in-depth conversation about immigration policy in America, including hot-button issues like deportation, open borders, and the honest conversations we're simply not having about immigration. And later, they discuss the shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant, LeBron's controversial tweet about the police officer, the distinction between police vs. the policing system, and more. Send us your questions/comments to email@example.com.
On this week's episode episode, Buck and Marc discuss Marc’s viral interview with BLM co-founder Patrisse Cullors, if and when doxing is justified, their expectations for the Derek Chauvin verdict and response, the history of due process in America, the impact of (and rationale behind) protesting/rioting, and Buck’s upcoming trip to the US-Mexico border.
Marc has backup! Briahna Joy Gray (National Press Secretary for the Bernie Sanders 2020 presidential campaign) joins the latest episode of "What Do You Really Think?" to hit Buck with a good-spirited "Marxist ambush" (his words). The three of them have an in-depth conversation about the state of politics in America, including liberal vs. conservative media, filibuster reform, the future of the minimum wage, employee-owned companies, defining Marxism, a BLM founder's recent home purchase, and much more.
Buck is back! On this week's episode, Buck and Marc reflect on their (miserable) experiences with COVID and discuss the latest pandemic news (including an invitation to Dr. Fauci). And later, the guys talk about the voter debate raging in Georgia, including the discussion around wait times and Voter ID laws, the risk of voter fraud vs. voter disenfranchisement, and the question of whether or not we really want every American to vote.