Michael Salamone has a rant about American, as well as UK politics and manages to cuss a lot in the process.
Returning champion and the political revolution’s own mathemagician John Laurits of the People’s Math Front returns to chat with Michael Salamone following the big Thursday night Bernie Sanders live stream to discuss what we heard, the convention math, the DNC hack, election(gimme some mo')
Salamone: episode 79 How Blue Was United Against Us with guest, Democratic Candidate for President, Roque De La Fuente Michael Salamone chats with Roque De La Fuente, Democratic Candidate for President about how how he and many other candidates were barred from the Democratic debates(gimme some mo')
Michael Salamone talks about and plays each track of his new album, NOT QUITE DEAD YET. Stream the album at or click through the links and buy some mp3s. Buying mp3s helps keep Michael doing all of the weird stuff he does. Keep Michael weird, Internet.
Salamone, episode 76 Math Checking the Media with John Laurits Michael Salamone chats with poet turned the political revolution’s chief citizen mathematician, John Laurits about the state of the Democratic primary, Bernie’s odds at the nomination and what to expect at the(gimme some mo')
Salamone (the podcast) Episode 75, Part 2 with Ms. Anoa Changa, Esq.: The Intersection of Race, Gender and Courtesy. Michael Salamone continues chatting with Anoa Changa from the Way with Anoa and the Benjamin Dixon Show. This time the two get fired up about identity politics and their(gimme some mo')
Michael Salamone chats about grassroots campaigning and the issues of the day with Progressive candidate for NV’s 3rd district Congressional seat, Alex Singer.
“This planet has – or rather had – a problem, which was this: most of the people living on it were unhappy for pretty much of the time. Many solutions were suggested for this problem, but most of these were largely concerned with the movement of small green pieces of paper(gimme some mo')
Michael Salamone rants about how the United States has proven to be a banana republic through the flawed primary process and then chats with Shyla Nelson from Election Justice USA on how voters can try to protect themselves from fraud and disenfranchisement.