Samuel Anderson is a remarkable nineteen year who is a full time student, employee and is running for office in Madison, Wisconsin’s 48th Assembly District.

This episode’s “organized fun with a purpose” commences as the countdown to Election Day is just one week away. Then we learn: how Glenn and Samuel met in a bar at a Gary Johnson Rally in Milwaukee, of their shared love for the Chicago Cubs, why November 2, 2016 is the greatest day in our host’s life, why the young libertarian Anderson is running as a Republican but why he is not voting for Donald J. TrumP, why most Americans are actually libertarian, how the Generation Z Candidate views the future, why Da Coach thinks Trump is going to win, of their difference over support for Israel, how Sam rescues Glenn linguistically, Anderson’s major campaign issues, plus much more. It ain’t going to be boring.

Adult language, content and humor.    

Fox Sports Baseball Analyst, Former Major Leaguer and Major Member of the GKO Power Rotation, Orestes Destrade returns to Glenn Klein Online prior to Game 3 of the Fall Classic.

This wide-ranging GKO episode commences with Glenn and Orestes discussing: how they met years ago, Advocates for Young Athletes, Young Jocks Radio, why Orestes wore #39, Kevin Kiermaier, shifts, rule changes, using robot umps for balls and strikes,  the connectivity between Joe Maddon, Kevin Cash, the Tampa Bay Rays and Los Angeles Dodgers, Willy Adames, Mookie Betts, Ben Zobrist, David Price, BJ Upton, Carl Crawford, Evan Longoria, Randy Arozarena, Brandon Lowe, Joey Wendle, Charlie Morton,  what the Rays need to do to win the series, plus so much more! It ain’t going to be boring.

Legendary Baseball Play-By-Play Man and the Voice of the Tampa Bay Rays, Dewayne Staats, joins Glenn Klein Online to preview the 2020 World Series between the Rays and LA Dodgers.

The episode’s topics include: will Globe Life Field be a “home field” advantage for the Dodgers, the energy Glenn likes to bring to sports, the importance and leadership of Kevin Kiermaier, Dewayne’s and Brian Anderson’s experience broadcasting baseball in the age of COVID-19, Orestes Destrade, Rick Peckam, Doc Emrick, the baseball connections between Tampa Bay and Los Angeles, the Rays’ minor league system and acquisition strategy, tonight’s match-up of  Tyler Glasnow vs Clayton Kershaw, plus so much more! It ain’t going to be boring.          

Jeremy “Spike” Cohen is the Libertarian Party’s 2020 Vice-presidential nominee, running with Dr. Jo Jorgensen, the LP’s presidential nominee.

This cutting-edge, liberty-loving episode includes Glenn and Spike discussing: the funniest thing to happen on the campaign trail, Spike’s discovery of having multiple sclerosis, his recent day off in South Beach, Glenn’s libertarian roots, how optimistic Spike is for the country’s future, campaigning in South Dakota. Governor Kristi Noem, the “weaponizing” of fear in the age of Covid, why Spike thinks this is the time for liberty throughout the world, plus so much more! It ain’t going to be boring.

Intelligent adult content, language and humor.

This show from our sister podcast in the Pews was so much fun we wanted to simulcast it on GKO. So, we did!

Atlanta-based Fitness and Nutrition Coach, Actor, Mother and Wife Laura Tatham makes a superb inaugural splash in the Pews.

This episode’s “organized fun with a purpose” commences with Glenn’s Foreplay about: why the older we get time seems to go by faster, age being just a number, scientific evidence for life-after-death, how morality changes and is not absolute. Laura and Glenn’s discussion includes: their longtime connection, how like energy draws like energy, Peach Tree City’s golf cart community, the meaning of FUBAR, how to effectively answer a “yes or no” question and why, her sexual psyche as a teenager, growing up as a “goody-two-shoes”, raising kids to party, where her sexual innuendo and humor emanated from, being a late-bloomer and a spinner, her first boyfriend and sexual experience, life as a divorcee, how she hooked-up with her future husband at Target, why the difference in their ages works for them, the pressure she feels in remaining fit and attractive, her transition in becoming a nutrition and fitness coach with Beach Body, motivation vs dedication, plus so much more! The Post Game Show includes music from the Beach Boys, Neil Young and Crazy Horse, and Angel Gabriel. 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.

Dayton Neurologist, Dr. Steve Arkin has been a major member of our power rotation. He and Glenn have been doing radio shows and podcasts regarding Mental Health Awareness and Suicide Prevention since the days on the old radio station in Milwaukee. For listeners familiar with those shows, they have heard the rapport between the good doctor and our host.

However, from the onset of the pandemic (and once Coach Glenn started sharing his significant skepticism about the approach the government, medical establishment, media, and the general public were taking), Dr. Steve became one of Glenn’s most consistent online critics.

This very special episode brings these two friends, with very disparate views about what should have been done and what should still be done, together for a wide-ranging, entertaining, informative and inspiring podcast all about the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Your will gain valuable information at a time when knowledge, civility and clear-minded thinking have never been more needed. It ain’t going to be boring.

Powerful, poignant, and adult conversation.

A portion of all proceeds donated to combat human sex slave trafficking and genital mutilation.  

Celebrating the USA’s 244th Anniversary. the State of Our Union Independence Day Special features the insight and wisdom of former Southern California Deputy District Attorney James Valliant, Author of “Creating Christ: How Roman Emperors Invented Christianity” and “The Passion of Ayn Rand’s Critics: The Case Against the Brandens”.

The episode commences with Glenn explaining why he finds nonfiction much more interesting than fictional works. Then Jim and Glenn launch into an in-depth conversation about the current state of America including: the validity of mandatory mask wearing, the arbitrary nature of the shutdown, the tenor of the critics of Glenn’s early take on the lockdown which led to his new book “Early Wake-Up Call - How a Coach’s Early Warnings About the Pandemic Can Help You NOW”, the scientific implications of the way the whole thing was handled, a quote from former Presidential Candidate and Congressman Dr. Ron Paul, conspiracy theories, the corruption of the Chinese government and the World Health Organization, the intoxication of power, politicians’ , medical bureaucrats', and the media’s mistakes and hypocrisy and the corresponding public’s hysteria, Jim’s proclamation which started with “Should I die fro COVID-19, George Floyd’s murder and the resulting protests and violence, Black Lives Matter, legalizing all drugs, the destruction of the nation’s statues, plus (believe it or not) so much more. Listen to end for clips from the HBO Docu-Film “John Adams” and music from Angel Gabriel, Ray Charles and Neil Diamond. It ain’t going to be boring and finishes on a moving and optimistic note.

Adult language.  A portion of all proceeds donated to combat human sex slave trafficking and genital mutilation.  

Chicago businessman Brian Andre makes his inaugural appearance Online to talk about his life with “Lou Gehrig’s Disease”, ALS.

This special Father’s Day episode commences with Glenn discussing his experience as a father, husband and summer camp owner with his former wife Dawn. Then Brian, who went to Camp Menominee as a boy with Glenn, discusses his family, including his second son Eliot (a major player in our podcast power rotation) who Brian says is “probably the most empathetic person I know”, about how he discovered he had contracted ALS, the nationwide tour he and his wife Lori went on meeting with the leading neurologists treating ALS around the country, what he has learned about ALS including the disproportionate cases among former NFL players and Military Veterans, about his involvement with the I AM ALS organization, about author Mitch Albom’s bestseller “Tuesday’s with Morrie”, their shared love of the Chicago Cubs, plus much more! It ain’t going to be boring.

By way of an update, we welcome back online Dr. Cass Ingram to see how things how things are going as he travels to the hotspots in “COVIDLAND USA” in the Alicia Lopez Pure Romance Studios.

The episode commences with Dr. Ingram explaining how well things have been going as he works with “a strong mind and strong immune system", having been exposed to hundreds of people around the country since this all started, including all the employees at North American Herb and Spice in the Chicago area and speaking directly with groups being impacted by the virus. Glenn rehearses why people think he is a paid spokesman for NAHS and what he has done preventatively for his family. Dr. Ingram describes some recent case studies he has experienced personally on the "front lines”. Find out why he says, “When it (the raw oregano oil extract) is much better than hydroxychloroquine, erythromycin and no comparison to zinc and vitamin C, you have to take notice.”

It ain’t going to be boring.

A portion of all proceeds donated to combat human sex slave trafficking and genital mutilation.  

Legendary Broadcaster and Tampa Bay Rays Play-By-Play Man Dewayne Staats returns online.

A perfectly timed diversion for sports and baseball fans, this episode commences with Glenn explaining why he says, “give a great day” vs “have a good day”, his purpose, why he loves baseball and his experiences with the Tampa Bay Rays from their inception.

Among the topics Dewayne and Glenn discuss are: what Dewayne and his wife Carla having been doing during his first April off from baseball,  “the greatest night in baseball history”, possible solutions for baseball this season, getting into the Hall of Fame, a possible coronavirus cure, why Dewayne doesn’t have a stock home run call, the biggest calls in his career, the parallels between American history and the game, the Rays being described as a “farm system” for MLB, the Houston Astros cheating scandal, a preview of the 2020 Rays team, book recommendations, a mea culpa from Glenn, plus much more.

Among the baseball men mentioned are: Stu Sternberg, Evan Longoria, Tony Kubek, Harry Caray, Gene Elston, Jack Buck, Ken Harrelson, John Sterling, Nolan Ryan, Sandy Koufax, Jim Abbot, Ken Forsch, Matt Garza, Steve Stone, Jack Brickhouse, Steve Stone, Andy Pettite, Todd Kalas, Brian Anderson, Joe Magrane, AJ Hinch, José Altuve, Alex Bregman, Andrew Friedman, Chaim Bloom, Erik Neander, Joe Maddon, Davey Martinez, Kevin Cash, Kyle Snyder, Tommy Pham, Hunter Renfroe, BJ Upton, Carl Crawford, James Shields, David Price, Charlie Morton, Austin Meadows, Willy Adames and more.

Let's play ball! It ain’t going to be boring.        

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