With President Trump's official entry in the 2020 race for re-election, Gary and Rosie look into their crystal ball on the factors that will be in play in the 2020 race for the White House.
Uber and Lyft drivers say they may just not work during the College World Series because state law says that they can't charge higher "surge prices" during the series because of a state of emergency is in effect for Douglas Country because of flooding. Gary and Jim hash out the issue of whether this is fair to drivers and consumers.
With the departure of Darrin Erstad as the Husker head baseball coach, Gary and Rosie kick around the type of coach the Huskers can get to replace him.
More college football programs are selling beer on game day in their stadiums. Gary and Jim kick around the pros and cons of selling beer during Husker football games in Memorial Stadium.
Gary and Rosie discusses the latest round of demands by the Democratic controlled House for documents to pursue their mission to eventually impeach President Trump, or damage his ability to be re-elected in 2020 at the very least.
What is behind a billionaire like New England Patriot's owner Robert Kraft doing patronizing a $59 per visit prostitution store-front in a Jupiter, Florida strip mall? Gary and Rosie kick that around in this week's podcast.
Gary and Rosie discuss how Vermont Senator Bernie Sander's entry into the 2020 presidential race will impact the race.