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.
March 1st, 2022 | 1 hr 12 mins
- Lifting Title 42: The impact on Biden and fellow Democrats as we approach the midterms.
- Looking back at Jessica Cutler as Madison Cawthorn tells tales of sexs and drugs in DC.
- What will work for and against Biden in the midterms? Bill Scher (Washington Monthly) joins the show to talk Ukraine, inflation, COVID, and more.
February 24th, 2022 | 1 hr 7 mins
UPDATE ON WAR IN UKRAINE
The midterms are upon us, and email list rental expenditures are through the roof.
Joe Biden's State of the Union will be rebutted by the GOP... and progressive Democrats.
Justin and Kevin Ryan discuss the virtues of empathy and how society copes with war and lockdown. Also, more on Ukraine, transparency in politics, and a short Beetlejuice diversion
Episode 262: Russia make minor incursion into Ukraine, Biden drops minor sanctions. A bonkers Ohio Senate debate. Andrew Heaton on Supreme Court and diversity
February 23rd, 2022 | 1 hr 20 mins
Russia make minor incursion into Ukraine, Biden drops minor sanctions.
A bonkers Ohio Senate debate.
Andrew Heaton on Supreme Court and diversity
February 18th, 2022 | 1 hr 1 min
Justin and Jen Briney discuss everything they can think of related to the bizarre Ukraine and Russia stand off as well as the role the United States and United Kingdom have in it. Heaton couldn't make it so we are joined by TWO to replace him... Tom Merritt (Daily Tech News Show) and Brian Brushwood (World's Greatest Con).
Episode 259: So we AREN'T going to war? Russia tensions ease. Trump's "WORSE THAN WATERGATE" explained. Why, exactly, is Gutfeld! a hit?
February 16th, 2022 | 1 hr 18 mins
Russia is moving troops and armaments back from the Ukraine border. If this is the beginning of the end of the invasion that wasn't: WHAT THE HELL JUST HAPPENED?
Trump says that a court filing totally proves everything he's said about Democrats spying on him. It's "worse than Watergate." The Durham filings explained...
Jeff Maurer on why Fox News Channel's late night comedy experiment Gutfeld! is a ratings success. It might not be the jokes but rather the entire alignment of comedy.
February 11th, 2022 | 1 hr 1 min
Mask mandates are getting increasingly less popular as the country looks to a new normal. Are they the political refuge for Democrats they once were?
Nancy Pelosi caves to Dave Levinthal. Yes, you read that right.
Damon Linker (The Week) joins the show to discuss both-sidesism, where journalists have historically landed in this debate, and how it's used in a contemporary discourse.
Episode 257: Are we going to war? Ohio GOP Senate primary heats up as JD Vance tilts further right. Is America fatally divided?
February 9th, 2022 | 1 hr 12 mins
There are 100,000 Russian troops on the Ukraine border. Biden administration lays out sanctions and punishments for invasion. But also, are we going to war?
The Ohio Senate race is on with an interesting GOP primary. Can a once-NeverTrump author successfully rebrand as a MAGA savior with the help of enough Peter Thiel money?
Seth Radwell (American Schism) believes that America is very divided and we can understand it better by exploring the ideological separation of our founding.
February 4th, 2022 | 1 hr 4 mins
Canadian truckers are being forced to vaccinate. Protests and blockades have ensued. The truth, as best we can figure it, on the Freedom Convoy.
In the wake of CNN president Jeff Zucker's departure, could the network be primed for acquisition?
Andrew Heaton (The Political Orphanage) spent over a year doing a deep dive on homelessness in America. He's here with the Px3 debrief on his learnings.
February 2nd, 2022 | 1 hr 3 mins
Joe Biden hesitates to get involved with Electoral Count Act reform despite a bipartisan push. Is the existence of bipartisan options killing progressive ideals?
Democrats rush against another government funding deadline.
Michael D. Cohn joins us to further break down the ad war between Dr. Oz and David McCormick in PA's GOP Senate primary.
Episode 254: The full roadmap to confirming a new Supreme Court justice. Is Kamala possible? Senate midterm breakdown.
January 28th, 2022 | 1 hr 6 mins
Justice Breyer to retire; Biden gets his shot at a Supreme Court nomination. Will Manchin or Sinema be a problem? We temporarily don our conspiracy theorist hats and talk Justice Kamala Harris.
Evan Scrimshaw (The Lines, Scrimshaw Unscripted) talks shop about upcoming senate elections in Pennsylvania, Georgia, and more. Plus, a state to keep an eye on for Democrats.
Episode 253: Congressmen behaving badly? FBI raid on Cellular and Gaetz investigation gets another witness
January 26th, 2022 | 1 hr 8 mins
Is TX Democrat Henry Cellular involved in an international pay for play oil scheme? Is FL Republican Matt Gaetz going to get indicted on prostitution charges? The lates on both congressmen.
A reading of reactions from last week's interview about Diversity Intervention in schools.
Evan Scrimshaw (The Lines) joins us to break down the House races going into the midterms. Biden's approval rating, redistricting and more.
Episode 252: Diversity intervention: the debate continues. Biden year 1 report card + The reality of ousting Sinema
January 20th, 2022 | 1 hr 13 mins
Biden year 2 is underway and he's got terrible, no good, very bad polls. His team wants to switch it up.
Kyrsten Sinema's re-election and the gamble Democrats make if they want to unseat her.
Brian Sack (Questionable Material) returns to the show to discuss 'diversity intervention,' particularly in light of CRT and educational issues being front and center in the last election.