The season’s final episode of GKO commences with our host and coach discussing: the power of embracing life’s inevitable moments including tragic ones like death, the celebration of his Papa Harold’s life and 114th birthday, his connection to Las Vegas, why having an historical perspective is so important, and why this generation's challenges may be the greatest ever. Then we hear: a review of Glenn’s book “Early Wake-Up Call” and his review of that as he takes a bit of a victory lap, of the critical nature of mindfulness practice, what he will doing this summer including writing a new book, the religiousness of both the right AND the left, plus much more. It ain’t going to be boring.          

Loren Rue, the Executive Chef of the Milwaukee Brewers Major League Baseball Team, makes a delicious Online premier!

This episode’s rendition of “organized fun with a purpose” commences with Glenn speaking of his affinity for Jamaica and his connection with Loren through Camp Menominee in Eagle River, Wisconsin. Then the longtime camp buddies discuss: tattoos, the benefits of summer camping for children, the silver-lining of COVID, where Loren’s love of cooking came from, the recent rebrand of the Brewers and their ballpark, his role as their Executive Chef and how it came to be, Cory Provus’ impression of Bob Uecker, the fat chicken Ruester sandwich, “collecting” relationships, Mercury Retrograde, Angel Gabriel Chiclana’s anthem, plus so more! It ain’t going to be boring.      

The victorious story of South Florida Entrepreneur and Activist Mike Carnevale continues online with this must listen Sunday Talk Show.

The episode commences with a replay of Mike and Jillian Carnevale’s recent appearance on Laura Ingraham’s Fox News program. Then we hear of:  Florida Governor Ron DeSantis plan to order a reprieve of the couple’s impending court case in Broward County and a pardon for all the state’s citizens charged with breaking pandemic restrictions, Glenn’s take on Fox News, attorney Cory Strolla’s beard, how Mike and Jillian got on Fox News, what he’s going to do with his newfound fame, his level of exhaustion, how they enjoyed the process, Freedom Fitness, unrelenting control freaks, vaxxed or masked, how Mike plays in a broken system as a Republican, the dumpster fire of flaming hot garbage, Donald Trump’s modus operandi, Time Magazine’s piece on the shadow campaign of 2020, Mike’s choice for president in 2024, potential political violence, how the political wings supporting freedom in the U.S. has flipped during Glenn's lifetime, Andrew Gillum, comparing COVID and the Vietnam War, Mike and Jillian’s immediate future, plus so much more! It ain’t going to be boring.     

Mike Carnevale was arrested three times by Broward County, Florida law enforcement for trying to run his gym business during the lockdown. Now he joins us online to tell his story.

This important episode commences with Glenn honoring his son Isaac on his 27th birthday, and explaining why he had so many kids, why he is libertarian, and the cancellation of Dr. Cass Ingram. Then we learn about: Mike’s background and political evolution, why he initially agreed to have his business comply with the pandemic shutdown, his change of heart, his three separate arrests (one including his wife Jillian), his pending law suit against Broward County, why the process has produced a “radical humility” in him, the Patriot Act, why the powers that be will never let us go back to normal, his experience with a New Jersey gym owner in a similar predicament, the need for classic liberals like Naomi Wolf and Glenn Greenwald to step up, the setting of Mike’s trial, what he would do in jail, cancel culture and the Obamas, the next important date on his sojourn, plus so much more! Follow Mike’s journey @ It ain’t going to be boring.  

Ken Grant is an author, economist, professor, musician, and the owner of a specialized date management advisory company on Wall St.

This fascinating, wide-ranging episode commences with Glenn talking about his upcoming speaking engagement at the Million Maskless March, how everything is about communication and power & control, and how Ken is the smartest guy he has ever known. Then the lifelong camp buddies discuss: their contrasting experiences and perspectives, evaluating risk, why it’s still important for the U.S. to payback its debt, Bill Clinton and Newt Gingrich’s historic cooperation, where hope may be found, the “fortification” of the 2020 presidential election, HR1, an uneasy alliance, MLB moving the All-Star Game from Atlanta, Jim Crow on steroids, President Biden’s ultimate fate, intellectual honesty and consistency, the Great Reset, politics impacting entertainment and music, acting in one’s perceived self-interest, Ken’s favorites all-time concerts, the effect of music on his life, plus so much more. It ain’t going to be boring.  

Angelique Contreras is a mother, wife, entrepreneur, community activist and co-organizer of the Million Maskless March this Saturday in Ft. Lauderdale.

This special GKO episode commences with us learning about Angelique’s personal history and how she became such a forward-thinking and involved community leader. Then we discuss: how the Million Maskless March came into being, the way Angelique and her family have navigated the pandemic restrictions and mask mandates, Glenn’s plans to speak at the march, how this protest is following in the historic footsteps of past movements, plus so much more! It ain’t going to be boring. #LiveFree

Our returning champion, author, former deputy district attorney James Valliant knocks every one of Glenn’s pitches out of the park!

This wide-ranging amazing episode commences with the guys discussing whether or not they will be getting the COVID vaccination. Then we learn about: lying political liars, President Biden’s first press conference, Glenn’s recent struggles with social media, the upcoming “great reset” show with Kiersty Correll, the hypocrisy of VP Harris and some in the #MeTooMovement, the nature of the birthing process, transgender women competing in sports, the impact of the lock-down on children and young people per their predictions a year ago, former Colorado Governor Richard Lamm, climate change’s impact on penis size, UV light therapy, the Obamacare Tan Tax, the recent Atlanta murders being portrayed as a anti-Asian hate crime, supporting sex workers, Jim’s history as a prosecutor, Madame Shari Ford, Ivy League anti-Asian discrimination, America’s #1 problem, George Floyd’s death, a solution for gun violence, comedy’s role in society, humanity’s progress, what or who it’s going to take for us coming together, plus (believe it or not) so much more! It ain’t going to be boring.

Powerful and poignant adult content, insight, humor and spirituality. NSFW or children. A portion of all proceeds donated to combat human sex slave trafficking and genital mutilation.   

One of baseball's all-time great play-by-play men, Tampa Bay’s Dewayne Staats rejoins Glenn Klein Online to talk all things baseball and to preview the 2021 season which starts this week.

The episode commences with the guys discussing this year’s broadcast protocols, the on-air chemistry between Dewayne and Brian Anderson, and his most memorable calls. Then we hear about: the Rays possibly retiring Evan Longoria’s and Joe Maddon’s jersey numbers, Len Kasper’s decision to leave the Cubs for the White Sox, tough-luck managers, Kevin Cash’s decision to takeout Blake Snell in Game 6 of the World Series, the trade of Snell to the Padres, the vibe in Rays’ Spring Training Camp, replacing Nick Anderson, Cliff Floyd’s past influence on the team, Willy Adames, Tyler Glasnow, Ryan Yarbrough, Wander Franco, Texas Rangers’ full capacity home opener, Montreal and the Rays, the coming American League Eastern Division season, plus so much more. It ain’t going to be boring.       

Spike Cohen, the 2020 Libertarian Vice Presidential Nominee, Speaker, Entrepreneur, and Philosopher, rejoins us online for a powerful podcast appearance.

You may never have heard Spike like this. The episode commences with Glenn and Spike discussing: what “Sex in the Pews” is all about, Dr. Ed Donnerstein’s groundbreaking University of Wisconsin-Madison study on pornography, and their shared experience in Messianic Judaism. Then we learn of: Spike’s background, control freak professions, failed pandemic policies, government power being illusory, his life with M.S., the role of cryptocurrencies in the future of freedom, John Brennan, the powerful and their projections, how Spike got his nickname, the illusion of security, what society’s “tipping point” might be, plus so much more! It ain’t going to be boring.             

Rich Cohen, New York Times Best Selling Author and Major Member of the Power Rotation, returns online to discuss his latest book “Pee Wees: Confessions of a Hockey Parent”.

This episode’s rendition of “organized fun with a purpose” commences with Rich rehearsing how he got the nickname “Rocket”, as the Camp Menominee Alums chat about Maurice and Henri Richard, Billy Kilmer, Joe Theismann, Tom Brady, Marv Levy, Johnny Unitas, Payton Manning, Joe Namath, Joe Montana, Jim McMahon, Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers and Mike Ditka. Then Glenn gives Rich’s son a new nickname as they discuss yesterday’s Buccaneers-Packers game, how and why “Pee Wees” came to be, today’s parents, and Rich’s Dad Herb Cohen’s lifelong best friend the late great Larry King, plus so much more! It ain’t going to be boring.         

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