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The Jerry Springer Podcast
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The Jerry Springer Podcast: Tales, Tunes and Tomfoolery is a weekly mix of comedy, liberal political talk and roots music performed by up and coming song writers and groups. Jerry is joined by Jene Galvin and Megan Hils as they compare their dissimilar lives, convo about events of the day and occasionally welcome a phone guest, some real and others you wonder. Like State Senator Tip Kemper, who recently proposed a literacy bill requiring citizens to read a book a month and submit a written report to the government at the post office. But in the middle of each episode, Jerry shows his serious side with a unique take on a current political or social issue drawing from his years as Cincinnati's mayor and top ranked news anchor. Performed before a small audience at the Folk School Coffee Parlor in Ludlow, Kentucky, The Jerry Springer Podcast is live streamed at jerrryspringer.com and Facebook Live and archived on the podcast's website and all major podcast apps.

Latest Episodes

The Presidential Debates - EP 238

Open with Jene telling about the time a Vista psychologist considered kicking him out of the program because he’s a smart ass. Jerry had his similar problem, about the same year, with a drill sergeant.Funny story.Jerry’s rant: The Presidential DebatesMusical guest: Highly Likelyhttps://www.facebook.com/highlylikelymusic/

27 MIN5 d ago
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The Presidential Debates - EP 238

Trump Impeachment Inquiry - EP 237

Open with Jene telling Jerry that Louis is going to join him for part of his planned ride this summer on the Trans America Trail across the country. Jerry, will you join us in either Wyoming or Colorado? Maria too? We could do the podcast from the trail, and Maria, you could arrange some gigs out there as well. It could be the Jerry Springer Wheels Tour.Jerry’s rant: Trump Impeachment InquiryMusical guest: Highly Likelyhttps://www.facebook.com/highlylikelymusic/

23 MIN1 w ago
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Trump Impeachment Inquiry - EP 237

Impeachment: What Is The Crime - EP 236

Jene gets Jerry to tell how he hid from Halloween children in his own home on Trick or Treat night.What kind of man is this? So unprepared. So callous to little children.Jerry’s rant: Impeachment: What is the crime?Musical guest: Highly Likelyhttps://www.facebook.com/highlylikelymusic/

25 MIN2 w ago
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Impeachment: What Is The Crime - EP 236

What Advice Would Jerry Give to Republicans During This Impeachment Inquiry - EP 235

The gang discusses the Martin Scorsese film about Dylan called Rolling Thunder Revue. Jerry, you’ve met Dylan. What’s he like? Jerry, as you go about your daily life, what on-the-street response are you getting to you as Judge Jerry?What advice would Jerry give to Republicans during this impeachment inquiry?Musical Guest: Jeremy Parsonshttps://jeremyparsonsmusic.com/

35 MIN3 w ago
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What Advice Would Jerry Give to Republicans During This Impeachment Inquiry - EP 235

Comparing the Trump Impeachment with Prior Impeachments - EP 234

Should every home, no matter its economic status, have at least on piece of art displayed on its walls? Or for that matter, every prisoner’s cell? (Felix Eboigbe, the African artist who's father is a chief, certainly thinks so.) Is art food for the soul?Jerry's rant: Comparing Trump's possibility of impeachment with prior impeachments. This is the fourth time in history the specter of Impeachment has been faced by a sitting president.Musical Guest; Jeremy Parsonshttps://jeremyparsonsmusic.com/

25 MINNOV 6
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Comparing the Trump Impeachment with Prior Impeachments - EP 234

Why We Should Impeach and Remove President Trump - EP 233

Maria's back with us again! Nice to break up the old man club!The story of Jerry singingRide Sally Ride at a motorcycle gathering in the woods of eastern Ohio a few years back.Jerry's rant: Why we should impeach and remove President Trump.Musical guest:Jeremy Parsonshttps://jeremyparsonsmusic.com/home

24 MINOCT 30
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Why We Should Impeach and Remove President Trump - EP 233

Trump to Remove US Forces from Syria - EP 232

We talk about Maria’s performance at Cincinnati’s Blink Festival.What's Blink you ask? A truly unique 'light show' that encompasses Northern Kentucky and downtown Cincinnati for a four day extravaganza. Look it up.Jerry answers emails asking questions about Judge Jerry. They're mostly nice emails.Jerry’s rant: Trump To Remove US Forces From SyriaMusical guest: Jeremy Parsonshttps://jeremyparsonsmusic.com/home

4 MINOCT 23
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Trump to Remove US Forces from Syria - EP 232

The Freedom Riders: Part 2 - EP231

This is part two of a two part series.On May 4, 1961, a group of 13 African-American and white civil rights activists launched theFreedomRides, a series of bus trips through the American South to protest segregation in interstate bus terminals. TheFreedomRiders, who were recruited by the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), a U.S. civil rights group, departed from Washington, D.C., and attempted to integrate facilities at bus terminals along the way into the Deep South. African-AmericanFreedomRiderstried to use “whites-only” restrooms and lunch counters, and vice versa. The group encountered tremendous violence from white protestors along the route, but also drew international attention to their cause. Over the next few months, several hundredFreedomRidersengaged in similar actions. In September 1961, the Interstate Commerce Commission issued regulations prohibiting segregation in bus and train stations nationwide.Our GuestDr. David Fankhauser, 73, a professor at the University of Cincinnati, the Clermont Branch, was part of the second wave of mostly college students who traveled south as aFreedomRider. He was a student at Central State College in Wilberforce, Ohio, an historically black college. He and another white Central State student flew on May 24, 1961, answering the call from revered student organizer Diane Nash for fresh troops, to Montgomery Alabama, and stayed at Rev. Ralph Abernathy’s home where they and otherRidersstrategized for several days with him, MLK and Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth. They decided that now theRidersmust be willing to fill up southern jails for the maximumstay of 40 days before bailing out. David was arrested in Jackson, Mississippi, for sitting in a “colored” waiting room while riding a Trailways bus bound for New Orleans. He spent the next 42 days first in the Jackson City Jail and later the notorious Mississippi Parchman Penitentiary, 140 miles from Jackson in the Mississippi Delta.TheFreedomRidersin his cell block, including now Congressman John Lewis, hunger struck for nearly two weeks and sungfreedomsongs incessantly to hold their spirits, and the guards retaliated by leaving them only their underwear and taking their toothbrushes, mattresses, even the screens from the windows.When released on July 9, David rode a train back to Cincinnati’s Union Terminal where he was hoisted on the shoulders of local civil rights activists and carried through the building in a hero’s welcome.

29 MINOCT 15
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The Freedom Riders: Part 2 - EP231

The Freedom Riders - EP 230

On May 4, 1961, a group of 13 African-American and white civil rights activists launched theFreedomRides, a series of bus trips through the American South to protest segregation in interstate bus terminals. TheFreedomRiders, who were recruited by the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), a U.S. civil rights group, departed from Washington, D.C., and attempted to integrate facilities at bus terminals along the way into the Deep South. African-AmericanFreedomRiderstried to use “whites-only” restrooms and lunch counters, and vice versa. The group encountered tremendous violence from white protestors along the route, but also drew international attention to their cause. Over the next few months, several hundredFreedomRidersengaged in similar actions. In September 1961, the Interstate Commerce Commission issued regulations prohibiting segregation in bus and train stations nationwide.Our GuestDr. David Fankhauser, 73, a professor at the University of Cincinnati, the Clermont Branch, was part of the second wave of mostly college students who traveled south as aFreedomRider. He was a student at Central State College in Wilberforce, Ohio, an historically black college. He and another white Central State student flew on May 24, 1961, answering the call from revered student organizer Diane Nash for fresh troops, to Montgomery Alabama, and stayed at Rev. Ralph Abernathy’s home where they and otherRidersstrategized for several days with him, MLK and Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth. They decided that now theRidersmust be willing to fill up southern jails for the maximumstay of 40 days before bailing out. David was arrested in Jackson, Mississippi, for sitting in a “colored” waiting room while riding a Trailways bus bound for New Orleans. He spent the next 42 days first in the Jackson City Jail and later the notorious Mississippi Parchman Penitentiary, 140 miles from Jackson in the Mississippi Delta.TheFreedomRidersin his cell block, including now Congressman John Lewis, hunger struck for nearly two weeks and sungfreedomsongs incessantly to hold their spirits, and the guards retaliated by leaving them only their underwear and taking their toothbrushes, mattresses, even the screens from the windows.When released on July 9, David rode a train back to Cincinnati’s Union Terminal where he was hoisted on the shoulders of local civil rights activists and carried through the building in a hero’s welcome.

29 MINOCT 9
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The Freedom Riders - EP 230

If Trump Loses, Will He Leave the Office? - EP.229

Jene asks Jerry is he’s heard the new group, the Highwomen. A takeoff from the 'The Highwaymen' from 1985 - 1995. Really nice music.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH_XLgm2DBLUnWVYSF6xGgQJene asks Jerry about manly work around his household, like changing a light switch.Jerry’s rant: President Trump's Poll Numbers, and will he go away if he loses?Musical guest: Jamonn Zeilerhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI77obO6nsDxdMMOLViiO2Q

37 MINOCT 1
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If Trump Loses, Will He Leave the Office? - EP.229

Latest Episodes

The Presidential Debates - EP 238

Open with Jene telling about the time a Vista psychologist considered kicking him out of the program because he’s a smart ass. Jerry had his similar problem, about the same year, with a drill sergeant.Funny story.Jerry’s rant: The Presidential DebatesMusical guest: Highly Likelyhttps://www.facebook.com/highlylikelymusic/

27 MIN5 d ago
Comments
The Presidential Debates - EP 238

Trump Impeachment Inquiry - EP 237

Open with Jene telling Jerry that Louis is going to join him for part of his planned ride this summer on the Trans America Trail across the country. Jerry, will you join us in either Wyoming or Colorado? Maria too? We could do the podcast from the trail, and Maria, you could arrange some gigs out there as well. It could be the Jerry Springer Wheels Tour.Jerry’s rant: Trump Impeachment InquiryMusical guest: Highly Likelyhttps://www.facebook.com/highlylikelymusic/

23 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Trump Impeachment Inquiry - EP 237

Impeachment: What Is The Crime - EP 236

Jene gets Jerry to tell how he hid from Halloween children in his own home on Trick or Treat night.What kind of man is this? So unprepared. So callous to little children.Jerry’s rant: Impeachment: What is the crime?Musical guest: Highly Likelyhttps://www.facebook.com/highlylikelymusic/

25 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Impeachment: What Is The Crime - EP 236

What Advice Would Jerry Give to Republicans During This Impeachment Inquiry - EP 235

The gang discusses the Martin Scorsese film about Dylan called Rolling Thunder Revue. Jerry, you’ve met Dylan. What’s he like? Jerry, as you go about your daily life, what on-the-street response are you getting to you as Judge Jerry?What advice would Jerry give to Republicans during this impeachment inquiry?Musical Guest: Jeremy Parsonshttps://jeremyparsonsmusic.com/

35 MIN3 w ago
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What Advice Would Jerry Give to Republicans During This Impeachment Inquiry - EP 235

Comparing the Trump Impeachment with Prior Impeachments - EP 234

Should every home, no matter its economic status, have at least on piece of art displayed on its walls? Or for that matter, every prisoner’s cell? (Felix Eboigbe, the African artist who's father is a chief, certainly thinks so.) Is art food for the soul?Jerry's rant: Comparing Trump's possibility of impeachment with prior impeachments. This is the fourth time in history the specter of Impeachment has been faced by a sitting president.Musical Guest; Jeremy Parsonshttps://jeremyparsonsmusic.com/

25 MINNOV 6
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Comparing the Trump Impeachment with Prior Impeachments - EP 234

Why We Should Impeach and Remove President Trump - EP 233

Maria's back with us again! Nice to break up the old man club!The story of Jerry singingRide Sally Ride at a motorcycle gathering in the woods of eastern Ohio a few years back.Jerry's rant: Why we should impeach and remove President Trump.Musical guest:Jeremy Parsonshttps://jeremyparsonsmusic.com/home

24 MINOCT 30
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Why We Should Impeach and Remove President Trump - EP 233

Trump to Remove US Forces from Syria - EP 232

We talk about Maria’s performance at Cincinnati’s Blink Festival.What's Blink you ask? A truly unique 'light show' that encompasses Northern Kentucky and downtown Cincinnati for a four day extravaganza. Look it up.Jerry answers emails asking questions about Judge Jerry. They're mostly nice emails.Jerry’s rant: Trump To Remove US Forces From SyriaMusical guest: Jeremy Parsonshttps://jeremyparsonsmusic.com/home

4 MINOCT 23
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Trump to Remove US Forces from Syria - EP 232

The Freedom Riders: Part 2 - EP231

This is part two of a two part series.On May 4, 1961, a group of 13 African-American and white civil rights activists launched theFreedomRides, a series of bus trips through the American South to protest segregation in interstate bus terminals. TheFreedomRiders, who were recruited by the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), a U.S. civil rights group, departed from Washington, D.C., and attempted to integrate facilities at bus terminals along the way into the Deep South. African-AmericanFreedomRiderstried to use “whites-only” restrooms and lunch counters, and vice versa. The group encountered tremendous violence from white protestors along the route, but also drew international attention to their cause. Over the next few months, several hundredFreedomRidersengaged in similar actions. In September 1961, the Interstate Commerce Commission issued regulations prohibiting segregation in bus and train stations nationwide.Our GuestDr. David Fankhauser, 73, a professor at the University of Cincinnati, the Clermont Branch, was part of the second wave of mostly college students who traveled south as aFreedomRider. He was a student at Central State College in Wilberforce, Ohio, an historically black college. He and another white Central State student flew on May 24, 1961, answering the call from revered student organizer Diane Nash for fresh troops, to Montgomery Alabama, and stayed at Rev. Ralph Abernathy’s home where they and otherRidersstrategized for several days with him, MLK and Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth. They decided that now theRidersmust be willing to fill up southern jails for the maximumstay of 40 days before bailing out. David was arrested in Jackson, Mississippi, for sitting in a “colored” waiting room while riding a Trailways bus bound for New Orleans. He spent the next 42 days first in the Jackson City Jail and later the notorious Mississippi Parchman Penitentiary, 140 miles from Jackson in the Mississippi Delta.TheFreedomRidersin his cell block, including now Congressman John Lewis, hunger struck for nearly two weeks and sungfreedomsongs incessantly to hold their spirits, and the guards retaliated by leaving them only their underwear and taking their toothbrushes, mattresses, even the screens from the windows.When released on July 9, David rode a train back to Cincinnati’s Union Terminal where he was hoisted on the shoulders of local civil rights activists and carried through the building in a hero’s welcome.

29 MINOCT 15
Comments
The Freedom Riders: Part 2 - EP231

The Freedom Riders - EP 230

On May 4, 1961, a group of 13 African-American and white civil rights activists launched theFreedomRides, a series of bus trips through the American South to protest segregation in interstate bus terminals. TheFreedomRiders, who were recruited by the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), a U.S. civil rights group, departed from Washington, D.C., and attempted to integrate facilities at bus terminals along the way into the Deep South. African-AmericanFreedomRiderstried to use “whites-only” restrooms and lunch counters, and vice versa. The group encountered tremendous violence from white protestors along the route, but also drew international attention to their cause. Over the next few months, several hundredFreedomRidersengaged in similar actions. In September 1961, the Interstate Commerce Commission issued regulations prohibiting segregation in bus and train stations nationwide.Our GuestDr. David Fankhauser, 73, a professor at the University of Cincinnati, the Clermont Branch, was part of the second wave of mostly college students who traveled south as aFreedomRider. He was a student at Central State College in Wilberforce, Ohio, an historically black college. He and another white Central State student flew on May 24, 1961, answering the call from revered student organizer Diane Nash for fresh troops, to Montgomery Alabama, and stayed at Rev. Ralph Abernathy’s home where they and otherRidersstrategized for several days with him, MLK and Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth. They decided that now theRidersmust be willing to fill up southern jails for the maximumstay of 40 days before bailing out. David was arrested in Jackson, Mississippi, for sitting in a “colored” waiting room while riding a Trailways bus bound for New Orleans. He spent the next 42 days first in the Jackson City Jail and later the notorious Mississippi Parchman Penitentiary, 140 miles from Jackson in the Mississippi Delta.TheFreedomRidersin his cell block, including now Congressman John Lewis, hunger struck for nearly two weeks and sungfreedomsongs incessantly to hold their spirits, and the guards retaliated by leaving them only their underwear and taking their toothbrushes, mattresses, even the screens from the windows.When released on July 9, David rode a train back to Cincinnati’s Union Terminal where he was hoisted on the shoulders of local civil rights activists and carried through the building in a hero’s welcome.

29 MINOCT 9
Comments
The Freedom Riders - EP 230

If Trump Loses, Will He Leave the Office? - EP.229

Jene asks Jerry is he’s heard the new group, the Highwomen. A takeoff from the 'The Highwaymen' from 1985 - 1995. Really nice music.https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCH_XLgm2DBLUnWVYSF6xGgQJene asks Jerry about manly work around his household, like changing a light switch.Jerry’s rant: President Trump's Poll Numbers, and will he go away if he loses?Musical guest: Jamonn Zeilerhttps://www.youtube.com/channel/UCI77obO6nsDxdMMOLViiO2Q

37 MINOCT 1
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If Trump Loses, Will He Leave the Office? - EP.229
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