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What's up guys, my name is Greg Anderson, and after spending a decade in the Special Operations/Para-Military community and 14 overseas deployments, I pursued a new career in Law Enforcement with the interest in putting the deployment lifestyle behind me. In light of so many events in 2020 regarding law enforcement I decided to speak up on the behalf of the profession and it ultimately cost me my job, but because of this I’ve taken my life in a new direction and one of my pursuits is launchi ...
 
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This week Washington State, Oregon and California start Lockdown Number 2. Our governors are continuing to violate the constitutional rights of Americans on an unprecedented level. This continues to put Law Enforcement Officers in a position where they have to make the choice of either supporting tyranny or freedom. I’m joined once again by Patrol …
 
Seth takes a closer look at Trump firing one of his lawyers after she claimed the election was rigged as part of a vast conspiracy involving the CIA, the Republican governor of Georgia and the president of Venezuela - who died seven years ago. Then, he speaks with musician Jeff Tweedy.
 
Episode 22 is another question and answer session with Greg and repeat guest Scott Stilwell. With the majority of questions being related to Jiu Jitsu we decided to bring in Scott, as he is also a coach and blackbelt. These questions were all related to survival, to include firearms, preparations, map reading and of course Jiu Jitsu. Please Enjoy E…
 
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump and senior members of the Republican Party engaging in an assault on democracy in an attempt to hang onto power and undercut the legitimately elected next president, Joe Biden. Then, Rachel Bloom talks about becoming a new mother during the pandemic, shares details from her labor and shares a poem from he…
 
Seth takes a closer look at Trump irreversibly lighting American democracy on fire as his allies and lawyers pursue one deranged conspiracy theory after another while also letting a deadly plague ravage the country uncontrolled. Then, Seth talks to author Cazzie David.
 
Seth takes a closer look at the Republican Party supporting Trump as he tries to invalidate the results of the 2020 election and overthrow the democratically elected government. Then, Ta-Nehisi Coates lays out why he didn't celebrate Joe Biden's win, talks about the difficulties of having his book The Water Dancer adapted into a film and shares a s…
 
In Episode 21 I sit down with my friend Aaron Myers who is a patrol officer in the Seattle area. Aaron and I have worked countless shifts together and I always appreciated his perspectives and his approach to police work. Aaron has a realistic and refreshing approach regarding so many social issues plaguing our society. In wake of all the political…
 
In Episode 20 I sit down with my friend Dave who is a former teammate from 2nd Ranger Battalion. Dave and I both served in the Ranger Regiment in the early 2000s and both continued on to private military contracting. He contracted with the agency and took assignments all over the globe. In this episode we discuss what the experience in Ranger Regim…
 
This is the third and final installment of our series Late Night Political Party, in which Late Night with Seth Meyers staffers reflect on what it's like to work on a comedy show in a truly unprecedented time in American politics. In this episode, Late Night staff writer Ally Hord talks to the fellow members of the show's writing staff: head writer…
 
In Episode 019 I sit down with Greg Lapin. Greg has made a living for the past two decades in law enforcement special operations and Government special operations, deploying to war zones throughout the world. He started his Jiu-Jitsu journey in 2005 and is currently a brown belt and owner of Vida Jiu-Jitsu in Mandeville, Louisiana. This episode tak…
 
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump whining about the media’s coverage of COVID-19 and signaling his intent to steal the election through the Supreme Court. Then, Cindy McCain reveals how she met her late husband John McCain, explains the close bond between her and Joe Biden’s families and reminisces about her 2008 cameo on SNL.…
 
Seth takes a closer look at the Trump administration giving up on containing the coronavirus pandemic as the country sets new records for daily cases and the White House faces its second outbreak. Then, he chats with Giancarlo Esposito of The Mandalorian.
 
This is the second part of our three-part series Late Night Political Party, in which Late Night with Seth Meyers staffers reflect on what it's like to work on a comedy show in a truly unprecedented time in American politics. In this episode, field producer Amanda Cowper talks to the members of the show's production team: writer/director Mike Karne…
 
On today's episode of Late Night Lit, Late Night supervising producer Sarah Jenks-Daly speaks with Susie Yang, author of the new novel "White Ivy." Then, she speaks with Erin Geiger Smith, author of "Thank You for Voting: The Maddening, Enlightening, Inspiring Truth About Voting in America." Plus, hear some book recommendations from members of the …
 
In Episode 18 I sit down with Christy Campbell. Christy is an NCI Certified Nutrition Coach, CrossFit Level 2 Trainer, and a USAW Advanced Sports Performance Coach. She is a Navy veteran, Navy spouse and mom of 2 boys and a baby girl. Christy created a program called Fit Me because she believes the solution to weight gain and negative body image is…
 
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump’s poll margins declining as he continues to ignore the coronavirus spike and threatens to leave the country if he loses the election to Joe Biden. Then, he talks to Senator Amy Klobuchar about the 2020 campaign and the Senate hearings for Amy Coney Barrett.…
 
Late Night writers predict what more surprises will arise from now until Election Day, although reality has outwitted them. Then, Yaa Gyasi talks about shadowing her neuroscientist friend for her new book, "Transcendent Kingdom," how her Ghanaian heritage influenced her writing and the new readership of her first novel, "Homegoing."…
 
This last week I lost one of my best friends on this plant; Seth Farwell AKA Monkey. This is something I could have never imagined writing, one of my best friends on earth taken from us so unexpectedly. Seth and I met in Iraq in 2004, he was a SEAL and I was a Ranger and we hit it off immediately and stayed close homies ever since. He had a larger …
 
A failed startup. An internet reality show. A major art project coming to an end. These were among the circumstances that led professional cartoonist Abby Howard and entrepreneur Tony Arias to embark on making a video game for their first time. This is the story of Black Tabby Games and the creation of Scarlet Hollow. How Indie Games Get Made is a …
 
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump’s ongoing election-induced meltdown and the White House’s attempt to cover up its expanding COVID-19 outbreak. This special edition of A Closer Look aired live in prime time on October 8. Then, David Remnick talks about the changes to The New Yorker Festival 2020, discusses President Trump's response to t…
 
In Episode 016 I sit down with my friend Dr. Gordon Myco. I was introduced to Gordon after I sustained a back injury through jiu jitsu/ Crossfit. Gordon owns a state of the art chiropractic clinic and has helped me recover from injuries on numerous occasions. Gordon also hold degrees in exercise physiology and has trained athletes across a wide spe…
 
Seth takes a closer look at a symptomatic Trump staging a reckless photo op after leaving the hospital, using it as an occasion to downplay COVID-19 to Americans. Then, Bob Woodward talks about Donald Trump's reactions to his book, "Rage," discusses his interviews with the president about COVID-19 and reveals an important piece of advice he receive…
 
This is the first part of our three-part series Late Night Political Party, in which Late Night with Seth Meyers staffers reflect on what it's like to work on a comedy show in a truly unprecedented time in American politics. In this episode, supervising producer Henry Melcher talks to the members of the show's guest research department, comprised o…
 
Seth takes a closer look at Trump trying to paint Biden as drugged up and senile while attempting to steal the election by lying about voter fraud. Cecily Strong talks about her iconic Jeanine Pirro impersonation on Weekend Update, shares which impersonation never made it to Saturday Night Live and discusses her upcoming musical comedy series.…
 
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump debasing himself and the nation on live TV and his deranged sycophants making excuses for his performance. Then, political commentator Brian Stelter talks about Chris Wallace's remarks about the first presidential debate, being one of Fox News' "hate objects" and what Sean Hannity really thinks of Trump.…
 
Episode 15 takes me to Simply Rocks where I sit down with my lifelong friend Stefan Grunkemeier. Stefan has one of the most unique outlooks on life of anyone I know. Stefan is an amazing athlete, martial artist, father, husband and businessman; yet most impressive about Stefan is his ability to use every opportunity to grow as a person. I’ve often …
 
Seth takes a closer look at Trump being on the verge of putting a third justice on the Supreme Court after pulling one of the greatest tax cheats in American history. Then, he talks to comedian Colin Quinn about his new book "Overstated: A Coast-to-Coast Roast of the 50 States."
 
On today's episode of Late Night Lit, Late Night supervising producer Sarah Jenks-Daly speaks with Meena Harris, an entrepreneur, lawyer, founder of the Phenomenal Woman Action Campaign and author of "Kamala and Maya’s Big Idea," a children's book about her aunt Kamala Harris and her mother Maya Harris. Then, she speaks with Karen Russell, a Pulitz…
 
Seth takes a closer look at Trump holding another packed rally after telling his supporters that virtually nobody is affected by a disease that has killed at least 200,000 Americans. Then, H. Jon Benjamin talks about getting recognized by his voice, shares what his son thinks of Archer and Bob’s Burgers and discusses his jazz album.…
 
In Episode 14 I sit down once again with my friend and Jiu Jitsu training partner Tyler Stanaway. Tyler and I had a great discussion in episode 13 and we felt like there were too many talking points to get through in one episode, so we decided to do a follow up part two! Tyler and I talked a lot about politics and the current state of our country. …
 
Seth takes a closer look at Republicans rushing to fill the Supreme Court seat left by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and force through a conservative supermajority that will help them cement minority rule for a generation. Then, Neil deGrasse Tyson confirms the possibility of an asteroid colliding with Earth on Election Day, talks about America’s res…
 
Seth takes a closer look at the president blaming "blue states" for coronavirus deaths and Attorney General William Barr calling for sedition charges against protestors. Then, Stacey Abrams talks about her documentary covering voter suppression in the United States, lays out a plan for how to make sure every vote counts and shares what she thinks t…
 
Seth takes a closer look at the president participating in an ABC town hall with undecided voters last night where he lied as often as he breathed. Larry Wilmore talks about launching his late-night show during a pandemic, reveals his favorite In Living Color sketch he wrote and discusses covering the upcoming election on his late-night show.…
 
In Episode 13 Greg sits down with his friend and Jiu Jitsu training partner Tyler Stanaway. Tyler has been part of Electric Jiu Jitsu for over two years and brings and energy and grit not often found in human beings to our mats. Tyler is a professional metal fabricator by trade, a father, a husband and an overall good American. He, like so many oth…
 
Seth takes a closer look at President Trump and the Republican Party descending deeper into lawless authoritarianism as wildfires and an out-of-control pandemic continue to rage. Michael Schmidt shares the lengths he would go to while covering stories about the president, talks about what it was like to interview President Trump and shares his thou…
 
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