Dr. Alysia Townsend joins the show to discuss the current state of the U.S. medical system as it relates to COVID-19. Frank and Byron both weigh in heavily on the death of George Floyd and discuss Biden’s fatal flaw.
Frank and Byron come of out hibernation aka quarantine for their latest episode. They take a look at the current crisis and what the aftermath will be financially, politically, and socially.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Worthy and neuropsychologist Dr. Mills join Politically Entertaining for an open discussion on mental health from the diagnosis, treatments, and the affects on family as well as those who are care givers.
Politically Entertaining returns for 5th season with its usual vim and vigor. Byron touts the greatness of rookie Zion Williamson and Frank looks at the Democratic field heading into Super Tuesday. Lastly, Frank and Byron share their thoughts on the Corona Virus.
Frank and Byron end the season with a variety of interesting topics. Frank weighs in on Lizzo’s courtside twerking, Byron questions the impeachment strategy of the Democrats, and both hosts wonder if Lamar Jackson will ever get his due for being a great quarterback rather than just a great athlete at the position.
Frank and Byron explore the verdict and reaction to the Botham Jean murder trial as well as if major networks like Comcast have colluded against mogul Byron Allen.
Frank and Byron jump back into action with an interview with Political Analyst and Correspondent Lauren Burke. Lauren weighs in on a possible impeachment as well as the field of Democratic hopefuls for the 2020 Presidential Race. Frank goes on a rant against conservative push back against the 1619 project. Byron questions whether the Revolt […]
DJ Rodski talks gentrification, political strife, and the current state of the black community in America
Renowned DJ and social activist Rodney Toomer, aka ‘DJ Rodski’, joins Politically Entertaining to discuss a host of issues. Rodney talks about gentrification and political unrest in Mobile, AL as well as solutions to the some of the problems that plague the black community both locally and nationwide.
Byron and Frank hit the ground running and talk tough topics ranging from Trump’s media treatment, Renee Bach’s debacle in Uganda, and whether or not Jay Z made the right move by partnering with the NFL.
Frank and Byron return for Season 4 and kick things off in high gear. Byron interviews former Miami Beach Mayor, Alex Daoud, as he recounts his time in office, his book, Sins of South Beach , and what the future holds for Miami. Byron explores the Democratic candidates and Frank seems a bit underwhelmed with […]