In this episode Kipp and Keith dive into the new "alt right" movement as well as their anointed but controversial figure head; Richard Spencer. They discuss Spencer's background, youtube videos, as well as the psychology and sociology of racism and right wing movements.
In this episode Keith and Kipp talk about the Beatles with local music expert Jack Wolfe. Jack is a media connoisseur of sorts and his favorite band is The Beatles. Jack shares stories about the band, their music, and their ongoing influence.
This week Kipp and Keith are joined by Dr. Ryon McDerrmott. Dr. McDerrmott is one of the top researchers in the psychology of Men and Masculinity. He won the Researcher of the year award in 2016 from the APA Division on Men and Masculinity. He is a highly prolific scholar and a stats guru.
In this episode Kipp, Keith, and Ryon dive into Ryon's background and what got him interested in the psychology of masculinity, the controversial term "toxic masculinity", and how and Donald Trump both meets does and does not meet the American ideal of what it is to be a "Man."
In this episode Kipp and Keith interview James Beauchemin, Ph.D. national expert on Mindfulness. Dr. Beauchemin is an assistant professor at Boise State University. Topics covered include discussing Dr. Beauchemin's background, what mindfulness is, mindful surfing, and some of the science behind becoming more mindful. Great episode!
In this episode Kipp and Keith discuss the Clinical Psychologist Jordan Peterson, Ph.D. Peterson has gained recent fame for standing up against a proposed Canadian Law that would mandate people to use preferred pronouns. Kipp and Keith provide background on the topic, critique Peterson's philosophy, and answer some social media questions!
Kipp and Keith return from their hiatus to discuss Milo Yiannopoulos. Is he a champion fro free speech or just a glorified internet troll? In this episode they go into his history, identity politics, the Berkeley incident, and alot more.