Savage Nation Podcast
Savage asks if you can be educated/rational and also believe in religion/god, Savage says faith is different than reason. Savage says he is very rational but a believer, what is the difference between religion and religion incorporated? Savage reflects on a sex orgy controversy with the Vatican, says church gives same simplistic solutions to the problems of humanity while they party with drugs and sex, anyone who uses religion as a cover for their heinous acts are the worst people.
Affirmative action is what happens when quality no longer counts, without quality their can not be equality, it doesn’t matter who they are as long as they can do the job the best of the best, society will meltdown with affirm action, tests were not made to discriminate, savage reflects on how affirmative action affected his life. Harvard: Asian American applicants say they have been discriminated against, Harvard wants to be more diverse, Harvard is not accepting people by qualifications but instead for race, Harvard made the application process unfair and set higher expectations for Asian Americans.
Savage Archive segment features a 2006 article from SF Weekly about Savage. interview
Does man need myths? The myth of toxic masculinity. Compares to the puritans and Salem witch trials. Presidents have women on the side. Should we exhume JFK?
Goes back to witch trials. Talks about how religious Jews do not allow women to shake hands. Society is dirty. We should practice good hygiene. Myth of toxic masculinity being pushed by fascists feminist.
The myth of the conservative movement. They all share and are great Americans. It’s a myth that it’s easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than a rich man to go to heaven. Shares interpretation
of the eye of the camel teaching.
How can we believe biblical stories are not a myth? Folklore become truths. We as a species need myths.
Jesus was historical figure. There myth attached to this? Jesus gave people faith. It’s up to listener to decide.
It doesn’t matter what is mythological. We need religion. We need morality, guidance.
Within religions people disagree about what happens when we die. Islamists kill those that don’t agree with people who disagree with them.
Trump tried to stop radicals, but judges continually undermine his efforts. Judges are psychotic, out of control.
Savage transitions to types of alcohol and their effects on the mind.
Transitions back to myths. Thanksgiving is a national myth. Noble Native American is a myth. All nations forged in blood. America is so tolerant it cannot survive.
Savage on inspirational path, not just news. Two rabbis go and make prayer at savage’s grandfather’s grave. We need religious people to keep sanity. Savage says New York had cemeteries everywhere- doesn’t go to NYC anymore. LA is the land of no cemeteries.
How Paper Changed the World, Savage News, Views and Reviews. Savage gives his review of Showtime's "Ray Donovan" season six.
Savage gives you the news, views and reviews of the day ... while taking you back through some of his journal entries as a younger Savage. Depression and Anxiety are skrocketing in the U.S. and Savage breaks down the effect stress has on your immune system.
Savage takes the audience through what the liberal Democrats are really doing by fighting President Trump so hard on the border wall while giving you his unique looks with news, views and reviews.
Savage shares his opinion and the opinions of others about the war we as a nation face against the facists and racists who try to control us. Savage takes the audience into his home for a chat about God and his vision of scenes from an extinct world.
Savage disagrees with Occasional Cortex's view on immigration and shares his views, and those of the Savage Nation team on President Trump's speech Tuesday night from the Oval Office.
Savage gives you the News, Views and Reviews of news stories you may have missed in his own unique styling. The listeners of The Savage Nation make radio and podcast history by letting their voices be heard on today's episode.
It's the premiere of the new Savage Nation Podcast. In this episode, a New Beginning to Radio Stardom.
Savage reintroduces himself and his background while outlining his idea for the podcast. He shares the "Virgin Demo" that he recorded and sent to stations across the country when looking for that first opportunity to change the radio landscape.
The Journals of Michael Savage, "First Trip to Europe." A look back at Savage as a young man seeing Europe for the first time, and how he sees his younger self.