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The Skepticrat

Puzzle in a Thunderstorm, LLC

Covering politics from the far center


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Latest Episodes

On this week's episode: We'll put the "cynic" back in arsenic, we'll share a difficult story about our X, and we'll join Lauren Boebert for a night at the theater. more

9 days ago

On this week's episode: The Republican primary choice is none of the above ... We make it through a story about the moon’s south pole with no ass jokes ... And Mitch McConnell runs out of dial-up hours again. more

23 days ago

On this week's episode: We’ll talk about a giant Republican pee pee ... You’ll learn that Eli isn’t talking about the debate ... And Florida supplements its school of hard knocks curriculum with material from PragerU. more

a month ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 2.3k ratings
  • Awesome Podcast. Same as all the PIAT products.

    Podcast Addict
    Lukas J.
    a month ago
  • Topness abounds

    A very funny, very scathing look at American politics

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom2 months ago
  • Great humor and intelligent stuff.

    Eli, Heath and Noah will make you happy. Start listening to these guys. You learn stuff and the humor is better than anything seen on Comedy Central for years.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Great podcasts. Keep up the amazing work

    Podcast Addict
    jarlin ravenwood
    4 months ago
  • Misnomer

    The show philosophy promises perspective from the “distant center” but the reality is this is just another show from the radical left. Boring, unfunny, typical.

    Apple Podcasts
    free market maniac
    United States5 months ago

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