Justin Robert Young is a podcaster and comedian.
Justin has been heard by millions both on his own podcasts as well as appearances on NPR, The Morning Stream, This Week in Tech and Bittorrent News. He recorded two comedy albums with Brian Brushwood as Night Attack that debuted at #1 on the Billboard Comedy chart.
Graduating from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, Justin worked at The Sun-Sentinel in Fort Lauderdale and The Allentown Morning Call.
He currently produces or contributes to 10 podcasts weekly along with live programming on Twitch. Along with John Teasdale he created two board games The Contender and Action News.
He lives in Oakland, CA with his wife.
Episode 313: How the Kansas abortion vote balances the national discourse The latest benefactor of the Democrats' ad spend? A Trump-backed Republican.
August 5th, 2022 | 55 mins 49 secs
- The political trip heard 'round the world: why did Nancy Pelosi really visit Taiwan?
- The DCCC runs ads for a Trump-backed House candidate in Michigan.
- Kevin Ryan returns to break down the Kansas vote maintaining abortion rights, Justin's European travels, and meditations on death, war, and more.
Episode 312: Trump's Weirdest Endorsement. Dr. Oz is the worst version of a celebrity candidate. Forward Party DOA?
August 2nd, 2022 | 1 hr 6 mins
Donald Trump endorsed two people with the same first name. One of them won. Why?
Dr. Oz was gifted a head start against a candidate who had a stroke. He went on vacation.
The Forward Party is for people who hate both parties. And nothing else. We talk about it with Sarah Rumpf of Mediaite.
July 29th, 2022 | 1 hr 33 mins
Guest host Bill Scher closes the final week of Px3 before Justin's return from Europe with a showcase of his pilot episode of When America Worked.
The almost-completely forgotten Secretary of State for FDR and Truman, Edward R. Stettinius, Jr. did more than anyone to create the United Nations. He was derided in his time as an intellectual lightweight who lacked diplomatic experience. But he navigated a thicket of international disputes to maintain consensus between FDR, Churchill, Stalin and a litany of smaller nations to forge the final U.N. Charter. If not for an incredible series of events that thrusted Stettinius into the Secretary of State post, the United Nations may not exist today.
Episode 310: Bipartisanship can still happen! Plus: Trump's possible indictment and Biden's 2024 prospects.
July 27th, 2022 | 1 hr 23 mins
Could Trump get indicted during the Jan. 6 hearings? Would Republicans rally around their wounded hero or does it accelerate someone else's rise? They are, after all, a party in flux.
Presidential second terms: being a lame duck may not be worth it to Joe Biden.
Bipartisanship happens more than you'd think. It's not perfect, but it's not completely broken, either.
Paul Glastris (Editor-in-chief of Washington Monthly) joins the show to discuss the Biden presidency.
July 22nd, 2022 | 23 mins 35 secs
In this Px3 Special Presentation, this week's guest host, Tom Merritt, shares an episode from his podcast, Know a Little More. Learn what safe harbor is and isn't and what Section 230 does and does not protect.
Next week, Bill Scher's in the hosting chair for Px3's final week of guest hosts!
July 20th, 2022 | 1 hr 16 mins
The National Archives are investigating if the Secret Service deleted text messages from Jan 6.
President Cocaine Mitch?! Also, the Biden Administration has received Justin's message. It's time to talk about their wins from the last two years.
A new Net Neutrality bill is in the works, reclassifying broadband telecommunications as a Title II service - or common carrier - as it was under the FCC during the Obama administration. Is it likely to pass?
Doug Woodson (Organizer and Regional Director for AFSCME Council 31 in Illinois) joins the show to discuss his life-long experience in union organization. But wait - there's more! Meg Sybert (County Clerk and Recorder of Bond County, Illinois, and also Tom's sister) provides her unique insight into running local elections in Southern Illinois.
July 15th, 2022 | 1 hr 57 mins
Andrew Heaton ends his week as guest host by sharing a recent episode of The Political Orphanage that takes a numbers-first approach to gun legislation.
Next week, Tom Merritt of Daily Tech News Show takes over Px3!
July 13th, 2022 | 1 hr 7 mins
The Jan. 6 hearings continue, but will they truly have any impact on the upcoming midterms?
Josh Hawley gets into it with a Berkley Law professor - why culture war issues are so popular amongst politicians.
Jeff Maurer (I Might Be Wrong) joins the show to discuss whether Jon Stewart and Tucker Carlson would (or should) run for political office.
July 8th, 2022 | 46 mins 28 secs
Debra Messing is fed up! Democrats express frustration over Biden's inaction.
Raphael Warnock allegedly misuses campaign resources for a personal lawsuit.
Tom Merritt, Px3 British Correspondent, joins the show to discuss Boris Johnson's potential resignation as Prime Minister of the UK. (He has since resigned following this conversation.)
July 6th, 2022 | 1 hr 6 mins
- It's been 30 years since a governor was elected president. That very well could change in 2024 with the battle of the governors just now getting started.
- Roe v Wade: Politicians aren't exactly jumping at the bit to do anything about it.
- Dave Levinthal (Business Insider) breaks down the fundraising implications of Roe v Wade's overturn. Plus: Justin floats a Liz Cheney conspiracy.
Episode 303: Abortion Law Is Here, If You Want It: Obama's Belief That Roe Would Last Forever And What Happens From Here
July 1st, 2022 | 36 mins 56 secs
A look at two laws that would have solved the abortion conversation. Why they failed. Why we can settle this if you want to.
Episode 302: Trump waves in guns, grabs 'em by the clavicle and habitually throws plates in wild January 6th testimony
June 28th, 2022 | 28 mins 43 secs
Break down of Cassidy Hutchinson testimony.