Steven Olikara is founder of the non-partisan Millennial Action Project. Charlie talks with him about the impact social media and cable news have on our civility, mail in voting and how to be bipartisan in these polarizing times.
Commander Jason Johns, a Purple Heart recipient, joins the CripesCast to share his story about how he went from the Army to leading the Wisconsin VFW. We talk about how COVID affects Veterans, ways to give back, and respectfully speaking with Veterans about their experience.
Youtuber and Stand-Up Comedian Trevor Wallace sits down with Charlie in Appleton, WI to discuss the wild world of content creation and his path to success. Born in Naperville, IL, Trevor shares his thoughts on the midwest from mosquitos to the weird undertones of midwest nice.
Farm Broadcaster Pam Jahnke, who you may know as the "Fabulous Farm Babe" joins the Cripescast to talk about all things farming in the state that boasts "America's Dairyland" on it's license plate. From her background in farming to the impact COVID-19 has had on the dairy industry, Pam breaks down the current state of farming in Wisconsin, giving listeners fantastic insight into issues happening in their own backyard.
Phoenix Suns basketball player and former University Wisconsin Badger, Frank 'The Tank' Kaminsky joins the Cripescast to talk about life in the NBA bubble, his aspirations to become a garbage man, and asks Charlie, "What's a TikTok?"
Racine native and Co-Founder/CEO of Ease, Nathan Harris joins Charlie on the Cripescast to discuss his journey from homelessness to becoming CEO of his own company. Nathan also dives into systemic issues within his community and offers solutions on how we can overcome them.