This week on Full Metal America the crew slow things down a bit and take on some lighter topics. Firstly, Riggle makes serious conversation of sex robots and asks when it's considered to be cheating. Then the crew chat about hurricane Harvey and the goings-on in Texas and Trump's pardon of sheriff Joe. Later Lentz and Riggle have a back and forth about modern journalism and the mainstream media. It's Full Metal America the nation's number one show with a little of this and a lot of that.
This week on Full Metal America the guys go hard and heavy on the two most important topics of the week. First, Riggle asks a What Would Bill Do which relates to the idea of removing unpopular monuments. Then the fireworks start and the Full Metal America crew get the last word in on Charlottesville and the week's-worth of media and leftist reaction to the president's statement. To close out the show, the guys use almost the whole second hour to discuss the recent terror attack in Barcelona, Cambrils (which Riggle mispronounces), and Finland. Riggle becomes furious (as usual), and Bill has to be the voice or reason (again). It's Full Metal America, that show where they criticize this, and criticize that, and criticize the other, only to remind us that they really love everything.
This week on Full Metal America the guys get into all the topics gingerly but with as much opinion as usual. Firstly, Riggle discusses his vacation and separation from the hustle and bustle of today's modern world. This prompts Riggle to ask a What Would Bill do related to the idea of returning to normal life from a secluded vacation to discover that a nuclear showdown had transpired during his absence. Throughout the rest of the show, Bill brings Riggle up-to-speed on North Korea, NM Judges usurping veto power from governors, and the violence in Charlottesville, VA. It's Full Metal America, that show were opinions come from all directions at once.
*Many listeners may notice an unusual pre-show retraction regarding some of the later content on the show. This is because the show was recorded as information was unearthed related to the events which transpired in Charlottesville. That being said, some of the information discussed was inaccurate. The show is presented as it was recorded in order to preserve the original thoughts and opinions of the crew in real time. It is of paramount importance to the crew of Full Metal America to maintain the integrity and accuracy of the information disseminated during discussions and of the individual crew members themselves. We thank you for your understanding and continued support.
This week on Full Metal America the guys focus almost entirely on the 2nd amendment. First, things get kicked-off with a What Would Bill Do where Bill must choose a favorite between two franchises: Death Wish or Dirty Harry! Later, Riggle and Lentz discuss Jeff Sessions, his threat to prosecute leakers, and the lawsuit against the GOP for failing to repeal Obamacare. Finally, Riggle poses some questions about reasonable gun restrictions to Bill. It's Full Metal America!
This week on Full Metal America we get from zero to 60 in two seconds flat. On What Would Bill Do, Bill gets to choose who'd he rather be from John McClain, Conan, Indiana Jones, and Captain America. Later, we get the scoop on the new Chief of Staff, Gen. John Kelly and new Press Secretary (or Director of Communications), Scaramucci. Finally, Riggle, Lentz, and Triple M wade into the controversial decision to bar transgenders from joining the military. Strap in, it's Full Metal America!