It was a historic week for the Trump presidency. Before we even get to the news week that was, we must take time to remember Senator John McCain. Rest well, Senator, and thank you for your devotion to the United States.
This week saw the president's lawyer and the president's campaign chair become convicted felons. The implications of this week are numerous. The boys attempt to cover some of them in the time allotted.
It seems like August is for "stupid news!" This year, August does not disappoint. Walk through the events of the last week with the boys as they explore the perils of electing a reality TV star as president.
Ryan: John McArthur takes aim at "social justice"
Phillip: Privatizing the Afghanistan Conflict
Segment 4: The queen of soul is dead. Aretha Franklin remembered.
The "Unite the Right" rally in Washington DC on the anniversary of the Charlottesville events of 2017 came with lots of concern and curiosity. Ryan and Phillip discuss the paltry attendance and the inappropriate behavior of the counter-protestors.
Phillip takes to task Missouri Democrats
Ryan speaks to the president about his continued attacks on NFL players
This week on RPCR, the fellas discuss Pope Francis changing the Catholic Church's position regarding the death penalty. As we are comprehensively pro-life this is an issue that requires close examination.
Phillip: POTUS v. LeBron
Ryan: Commissioning art in the church
Welcome to the last week of 2018 without football.