The Milo Show: Ep. 1 with Chadwick Moore

Join Milo and his Director of Research, journalist Chadwick Moore as they discuss Free Speech Week and fake champagne.

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For the first, highly undignified episode of The MILO Show podcast, MILO sits down with his Director of Research, Chadwick Moore, to discuss Berkeley Free Speech Week. But mostly they just laugh and drink imitation champagne for an hour.

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  1. RemAcuTetigisti

    September 20, 2017 at 10:50 am

    Inside jokes, nellie twittering and two mincing queens. Yawn.

  2. Oil Can

    September 20, 2017 at 5:53 pm

    Glad to see the podcast are back. You had the best podcasts in the past.

  3. dikfor

    September 20, 2017 at 6:54 pm

    Gayer than three dudes going at it.

    And it was awesome,

  4. Lulz Node

    September 21, 2017 at 2:13 am

    Thought it was pretty funny, I look forward to seeing where you take this concept. I think you should get a ridiculously cool desk and setup, sort of like how Alex Jones does his thing. Except give your own style. I like the whole black and white color scheme you have going on with the site, it’s classy, austere, rational, and to the point. Perhaps a future stage could reflect that?

    • Dreamkeepers

      September 21, 2017 at 11:34 am

      I’d consider black and gold / yellow- it looked good on the Dangerous book, calls to mind stinging bees, and would complement blonde highlights.

  5. Tony

    September 21, 2017 at 6:53 am

    Lightly amusing, a little edgy capped off nicely with Chadwick finding Jesus.
    Thanks for the chuckle and I’ll be watching the next one.

  6. Hairatic Rick

    September 21, 2017 at 7:11 am

    At this time there are 6 comments, so be very happy, at least 6 people watched it .????

  7. Kenni Rasmussen

    September 22, 2017 at 8:42 am

    I actually like these podcasts and who doesn’t love to get a great laugh

  8. Scott Kuli

    September 24, 2017 at 12:33 am

    A wire of money in 90 minutes? Isn’t that the kind of barrier that was thrown up against people of color by banks in the era of “redlining” along racist lines by them in the US up into the ’60s and part of the ’70s?

    Hmmm… interesting.

  9. Erin Reilly

    September 24, 2017 at 5:41 am

    So glad there is video, not just audio. Two of my favorite guys Chadwick and Milo! Thank You for all you do, the way you do it and for being you.

  10. Erin Reilly

    September 24, 2017 at 5:43 am

    I LOVE Trump Champagne. Unfortunately you can’t buy it in oppressively Leftist Connecticut.

  11. harlan leys

    September 28, 2017 at 1:32 pm

    What a crime against freedom Berkeley’s berks have conspired to commit. This Free Week would’ve been wonderful! They clearly killed it, and should be made to pay a punitive price. The war for speech freedom must begin on this campus, and take off from there to attack all and sundry, as suppression of speech is extending everywhere.

    But should there be limits to free speech, as Trump suggested, for malicious lying libel? However attractive that may seem to people sick of press prejudice and deceit, the cure would be more harmful than the sickness. The best response to bad speech is better speech that exposes lies, misrepresentation, etc. Otherwise, in practice, it’s back to censorship, with powerful people deciding selectively and subjectively what counts as ‘lies’ and what’s ‘truth’; what they want to hear and read, rather than based on objective standards.

    Which leads to whether speech facilitators like Google should be reigned in, broken up, forced to conform to higher standards and regulated accordingly? Maybe, but the most important regulation would be to make them conform to First Amendment protected speech requirements. No more selective bans to silence sites like Stormer’s!

    A day of freedom for faggots to tell feminists why they’re miserable; love it! They’re stuck in workplaces doing jobs they hate when they should be back home breeding broods. And by doing do, they’d be saving Western civilisation from being overrun by Muslims and Mexicans.

    Mario Savio’s leftwing politics may’ve made him a selective speech freedom supporter, but the Free Speech Movement’s most prominent opponent was newly elected California Governor, Ronald Reagan. How times have changed.

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