This week on Full Metal America, the crew take on corruption and what it means to society as a whole. First, Riggle is completely swamped and forgets to come up with a What Would Bill Do. That doesn't prove to be an issue because the Clinton collusion with Russia is more than enough to talk about. Then they chat a bit about the epidemic of sexual harassment accusations. Lastly, Riggle and Lentz check-in on the Catalan independence. It's Full Metal America, just... enjoy!
This week on Full Metal America the crew take on the topic of disrespect. First, Riggle asks Lentz how he'd fix the country with just 80 million dollars. Later, the guys wrap on the NFL ratings. Then they tee-up on Frederica Wilson and her hats, and the possible Republican budget. Finally, Riggle, Lentz, and Triple M discuss Playboy's upcoming edition which will feature the first transgender Playmate of the Month for US version of the magazine. It's Full Metal America, forging a path to, and then through, the brave new world.
This week on Full Metal America the crew takes us a twisty ride. First, Triple M challenges Bill with a What Would Bill Do where Bill gives his opinion on the worst actor / role combination. Later, the guys circle back to the NFL, protests, and America's new outrage culture. Finally, things get rounded-off with Harvey Weinstein and the true face of Hollywood. It's Full Metal America... makin' sure that she show definitely goes on.
This week the crew discuss the Las Vegas shooting at the Mandalay Bay. First, Triple M takes the Conn and asks a What Would Bill Do in where Bill must imagine he has awoken in the body of Kim Jong Un and must heal North Korea enough to then launch a lucrative singing career. Later, things get more serious as the guys discuss the Las Vegas shooting and the subsequent political opportunism from the usual players. Finally, Riggle discusses the Catalan referendum and what it could mean for Spain and the whole of the E.U. It's Full Metal America, covering the issues both foreign and domestic.
This week on Full Metal America the crew take on taking the knee. First, Riggle makes up a What Would Bill Do out of thin air where Bill imagines a one way trip to Mars. Then Riggle informs us that California is mulling-over a bill that would ban gas powered cars. Later, Bill tells us about Ken Burns' documentary, The Vietnam War. Finally, Riggle rants and Bill offers up some insight regarding the NFL and the Take the Knee phenomenon. It's Full Metal Amerca... ALWAYS standing for the national anthem.