This week on Full Metal America the guys chat a while about Loretta Lynch taking her turn on the hot seat. First, our What Would Bill Do forces Lentz to imagine that he must go out and change the minds of the most hardcore anti-gun activists. Later Riggle and Lentz give their thoughts as to why the GOP keeps on winning. Finally, they discuss the problem of how quickly divisive rhetoric escalates into violence. It's Full Metal America, the nation's number one show where Triple M eats half a quart of green chile salsa in an hour and 20 minutes.
This week on Full Metal America the guys talk about the shooting of GOP majority whip Steve Scalise. First they measure the pros and cons of getting a sex robot vs a Russian mail-order bride on What Would Bill Do. Then they get to the heavy topic, namely Leftist violence against the American Right. Buckle-up and hang on tight, It's Full Metal America, that show where we go from goofy to furious in zero point 45 seconds.
This week on Full Metal America the guys take on James Comey (again) and add a little fun into the mix. First, Riggle tries to put Bill in a world where Canada's bill C-16 rules the day in the US as well and tries to get Bill's thoughts. Later the guys discuss the anti-sharia protests and the great work that ACT for America is doing as they offer some much-needed criticism of Islam. Then they get on the the main event and offer some final words on James Comey's testimony before congress. Finally, the show gets fun and Bill gives us a brief take on Wonder Woman. It's Full Metal America, the nation's show about this, that, and the other thing too.
This week on Full Metal America the crew keep it simple. Riggle has a What Would Bill Do which tickles the Sci-Fi funny bone and sparks a fairly lengthy conversation which concludes with Triple M laughing so hard she can't speak. Next, the crew take on Kathy Griffin and take first crack at her latest press conference where she laments that Trump "broke her." Not to be overshadowed, the recent G7 Paris accord pull-out gets its due attention, and to close, we hear some inspiring words of awe and wonder from none other than John Wayne. It's Full Metal America, that show... aw, you know. It's that show.
This week on Full Metal America the crew take a break from politics and finally discuss their favorite action flicks. They decided it was time to have a little fun, so you get a marathon of What Would Bill Do questions to start-off. For the rest of the show Lentz and Riggle discuss the old-school action flicks and their sociological origins and impact. It's a fun and relaxed show dedicated to our fallen men and women for Memorial Day. Enjoy!
This week on Full Metal America the guys tackle some of the week's topics head-on. First, Bill takes a moment to remember Chris Cornell from Soundgarden. Of course, that doesn't stop Riggle from sticking the the routine as Bill answers a What Would Bill Do pertaining to what it would be like as a North Korean to suddenly learn the truth of the world. Later the crew discuss the Comey's memo and what it could mean for the future. Then Riggle asks if we can smell what the POTUS is cookin'. That's right, Full Metal America asks if The Rock is actually serious about a run for the White House. Triple M reveals an intimate conversation she had Riggle about the vagina's secret special power. Finally, the show closes on a positive note with some words of inspiration from the Gipper. It's Full Metal America, the nation's number one show featuring the deafening crunch of a tortilla chip near a microphone.
This week on Full Metal America Bill and Riggle touch on the French election and ponder the future of France and Europe as a whole. First, Riggle bids Lentz to imagine himself as Max in Beyond Thunderdome and tell us what he would do differently. Why? Because Riggle got all worked-up about the ransomware attacks and made the theme of the show the apocalypse. Later, the guys chat about France, and how redheaded women don't have souls. Bill then tells us about the conversation he had this week with congressman Steve Pearce. Plus, the crew discuss the surprise dismissal of James Comey. Finally, Bill suggests a segment for future shows where they discuss what America is doing right. It's Full Metal America, your number one show where two men enter and one man leaves.
This week on Full Metal America the guys go on a VERY long jaunt into the nothingness of various topics du jour. Firstly, Bill lays out 5 platform point of his would-be political party, named by Triple M and the "Westist Party." Later, the crew discuss #Trumpcare 2.0 and self defense in a home invasion scenario. Finally, Riggle circles-back to the #frenchelection and the possible future of the European Union. It's Full Metal America, the radio/podcast version of sitting around and chatting with some old friends.
This week on Full Metal America, the guys cover a wide range of topics. Firstly, as always, Riggle tries to stump Bill but this time Riggle employs the use of an unexpected word: dickpic. Later, they get a lot of mileage out of the free speech events (or lack thereof) in Berkeley. Then Bill gives his take on Trump's first 100 days in office. Finally, things get rounded-off with discussion on the latest happening in North Korea. It's Full Metal America, halfheartedly promising the undeliverable in an unverifiable manner since 2016.
This week on Full Metal America the guys take us on a wild yet well organized ride through the new cycle. First, we get an interesting What Would Bill do where Bill must imagine a version of himself where he hadn't joined the Air Force. Then Riggle flubs Bill O'Reilly's name to kick-off some relevant conversation pertaining to O'Reilly's recent dismissal from Fox News. Then Bill Lentz and Riggle go back and forth on free speech and the Battle of Berkeley. They wrap up the show with thoughts on North Korea and what could be in store now that Russia and China are mobilizing troops. It's all right here on Full Metal America, the nation's number one show featuring Triple M's droopy microphone and taco eating sounds.
This week on Full Metal America the our regulars have a special guest, Herman Gabaldon. Riggle takes a whack at embarrassing Bill on the air, as usual, with What Would Bill Do. Later, the guys offer-up two differing opinions on Sean Spicer's infamous press conference. Then things move on to United Airlines forcibly removing passengers. Finally, they round off the night with an inside perspective regarding Syria and the MOAB! It's Full Metal America, the show where Bill must resist Japanese sex robots!
This week on Full Metal America the crew have a massively full plate. First, we get a What Would Bill Do where we imagine Bill confronting his own government in the context of a hypothetical situation related to Vietnam. Not to be outdone by everyone else, Riggle gives his take on Susan Rice and the "unmasking" of certain American players. Then Bill recaps the Nucular [sic] option and our new Supreme Court justice. Finally, Riggle pisses EVERYONE off when he takes both sides of the argument regarding the recent Syrian missile strike and criticizes libertarian foreign policy. It's Full Metal America, the show where even when you know where it's going, you don't REALLY know where it's going.
This week on Full Metal America the guys chat with none other than Bill Whittle! Riggle teased and teased that there was a special mystery guest and, by golly, he delivered! Firstly, as always, Riggle tries to stump Bill Lentz what a What Would Bill Do that serves as great advice to resolve every issue between Left and Right. Later, the guys try to wrap their minds around how anyone could be angry at the fact that Mike Pence won't dine out with a woman other than his wife. Finally, the clouds part and the Full Metal America crew welcome Bill Whittle to offer his thoughts on Mike Flynn, Leftist tantrum throwing, and much more. Sit down, strap-in, and HOLD ON TIGHT. It's Full Metal America, making your day EVERY day.
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This week on Full Metal America the guys are first confronted by the most shocking and unholy sound a human can experience... Triple M's ferocious belch. Beyond that the show takes its usual twists and turns. Bill is the star of his own life story in What Would Bill Do and Riggle offers his Schwarzenegger trifecta of autobiographical flicks. The crew then discuss, of all things, Islam (add sarcasm) and whether there's a difference between mainstream and radical versions. Then Bill gives us his take on why the Trumpcare slip is a good thing and how Trump could be crazy like a fox. It's Full Metal America, the nation's number one show featuring Triple M's gases.
This week on Full Metal America the guys take on the hilarious, if unfortunate, Geraldo moment that Rachel Maddow had this week when she revealed Trump's tax returns. All of this would have to wait though, because things get kicked off with a steamy What Would Bill Do. Riggle later proclaims that he will not be forced to believe someone else's reality, and Triple M registers a complaint about Trump's vacation practices. It's all right here on Full Metal America, the show with more St. Patrick's Day shenanigans than you can shake a stick at.
This week on Full Metal America the listeners make a significant contribution to the show with a What Would Bill Do that's sure to make you ponder the ethics and possibilities of human immortality. Not left field enough for ya? Okay. How about Jeff Sessions and his dismissal of a number of Department of Justice attorneys? Still not what you're looking for? Then how about Oprah for president? Yeah... that got your attention. It's Full Metal America. Bending minds and souls since before history can recall.
This week on Full Metal America, the show the crew meander through the various stories of this week's news cycle. To ensure a little levity, Riggle blindsides Bill with a What Would Bill Do rooted in the latest and greatest in coital accessories. As per usual, the rowdy fun was stemmed with talk of Progressive subterfuge, and Trump's new presidential side. Tune-in and turn-on (in more ways than one). It's Full Metal America... slinging opinion, and lewd fun for what seems like forever.
This week on Full Metal America the crew talk a little inside baseball regarding New Mexico state legislation. Oh, but don't be fooled. Things get off to a great start with 'What Would Bill Do' and we get a little more time travel scenarios. Then the guys welcome a special guest, Roger Rael, to discuss the goings-on in NM regarding New Mexico's latest gun registration. Plus, we get Bill's take on Hillarybeattrump.org and the further delusion of the Left. Lastly, Riggle brings up a difficult subject in discussing the rise and fall of Milo. It's Full Metal America, the nation's number one show guaranteed to discuss the most disconnected group of topics imaginable.
This week on Full Metal America, the crew take you on a winding path of movies, music, politics, and mayhem. It's true. The show quite literally meanders in all directions of interest. That being said, the guys finally get back to business to discuss the matters of most interest to the American people. Firstly, we get a special 'What Would Bill Do' from a very special listener. Later, Bill and Riggle get into the weeds while discussing the Mike Flynn resignation and Trump's on-going battle with the press. It's Full Metal America, the nation's number one show about everything under the sun and then some.
This week on Full Metal America the crew decide to meander into a number of different topics. Riggle brings up the Knights for Socialism, Bill discusses how the New Mexico state house is ramming unconstitutional legislation through, Triple M sings for the masses, and much more. Later the guys get into the and politicization of law and the leftist bias of the 9th circuit court. It's a wacky show as Riggle tries to prod Bill into playing the bad cop this week. Tune-in and buckle-up. It's Full Metal America where everything goes off the rails.
This week on Full Metal America things get out of hand almost immediately. While the crew most certainly try to keep things familiar with a What Would Bill Do, Riggle makes it clear early that there are some pretty serious issues that need to be addressed. Bill discusses his trip to the State House and his efforts to combat the insidious Bloomberg-inspired gun legislation in New Mexico. The team then discuss the Trump "Muslim Ban," the airport protests, the Milo Yiannopoulos speech (or lack there-of) / riots at UC Berkeley, and so on. It should be known that Riggle completely loses all semblance of professionalism during this show and repeated uses the F-word. He has since expressed his utter shame for having done so. No, not really. He's still pretty furious and should be left to simmer for a while. It's Full Metal America-- that show where Lentz is good cop, and Riggle... well, he's just not good at all.
This week on Full Metal America, the crew go deep into the bowels of what will forever be remembered as Trump's first week of terror. That's right, Full Metal America takes on all the lovely and bright topics that have the Lefties generating, spreading, and sharing a whole new crop of memes and talking points. Firstly, Bill takes on an inquiry regarding how one prepares to prepare and later the guys (and Triple M) pull apart the threads. Trump vs. Mexico, Trump loves the UK, and much more! It's Full Metal America, you know... just a show where regular people chat about things and how cannibalism isn't funny (because it's NOT).
This week on Full Metal America the crew chat about the Trump Inauguration and the transfer of power. Bill gets a weird What Would Bill Do about alien life (of all things), and everyone has a different take. Let's put it this way: Triple M almost goes a little prepper again. Later, Riggle laments the rioting but not before he makes the mistake of announcing that he would be a pretty girl. Eventually, they chat all things inauguration. It's Full Metal America, America's number one show where Riggle embarrasses himself for 2 hours straight.
This week on Full Metal America Bill gets a TATTOO! The crew talk about bias and sensationalism in journalism, aka yellow journalism. First, Bill gets an interesting what would Bill do and then the FMA crew get into the need to folks to be skeptical of the thinks they see in the mainstream media. Once again, it's Full Metal America-- offering the wisdom of the ages in bite-sized portions.
This week on Full Metal America a mixed bag awaits any listeners who dare assault their own ears. The first show of 2017 kicks off with a What Would Bill Do that piques Triple M's interest in prepping and surviving the apocalypse. To keep thing on a lighter side, Riggle announces that he and Bill have officially started a bromance, and watch Rogue One over previous weekend. Later, things get tense as the FMA crew "chat" on the nation's latest event: the Chicago F white people hate crime.
It's Full Metal America, the nation's favorite show where Riggle goes from fun to frothy in .03 seconds.