Trillbilly Worker's Party
Trillbilly Worker's Party
Rehabilitated white trash podcast.
Coverage of the first 2020 presidential debate + Speak Your Piece for the week of September 30, 2020 Support us on Patreon:

This week it's a full-on examination of the E-CRISIS, followed by coverage of the Breonna Taylor case and yet another look at American cops. Then we top everything off with some Speak Your Piece. Support us on Patreon: And check out Tenure on Spotify!

This week it's Deeply Diseased: Liberal Edition, as we examine three stories of rich liberal people acting like absolutely clueless psychopaths. But first we cover Amy McGrath and her questionable activities around 9/11 and Flight 93, as well as her recent "nose dive" in the polls. And we also speculate on rumors that Trump may be buying property in eastern Kentucky... Please support us on Patreon:

Welcome to the second installation of the Trillbilly Workers Party's Year Zero series, where we try to unravel some of the biggest political-economic questions of our day, and learn some things along the way. For this one we're joined by Timothy Mitchell, author of the Carbon Democracy: Political Power in the Age of Oil (2011, Verso Books)who talks to us about how oil became central to the restructuring of the global economy after WW2, and then became central to the unraveling of that economy during the late 1960s and early 70s. We also look at what the future of energy politics might look like in the years to come. If you'd like to support us on Patreon, please do so at

Live from the front porch, this week we touch on everything from outlaw country singers to social justice jewelers to Biden's diminishing youth vote Support us on Patreon:

This week it's anarchist jurisdiction zones, Biden's anti-protestor ads, and the disturbing cottage industry that's sprung up around Breonna Taylor's murder Support us on Patreon: And/or buy a T-Shirt:

Note: we recorded this outside, so apologies for the ambient bug noises. We cover all the craziest news of the week--hurricanes, wildfires, shootings, political conventions, striking professional athletes--and then try to fit it all within some unhinged religious worldview. Support us on Patreon:

Our friend Katy (@itsbedtime_) joins us to talk about the postal service, the DNC, and what might happen in the coming months. Support us on Patreon:

T&T dig into the late middle ages, Biden's VP pick, and the soon-to-be congressional battles between THE SQUAD and QANON Support us on Patreon:

This week we cover Trump's Axios interview, a grifting social justice Instagram account, and a couple that just loves to scab on their fellow workers. Support us on Patreon:

This week we talk about Senate candidate Amy McGrath's visit to Whitesburg, and then discuss the ultimate Kentucky Devil's Milkshake. Support us on Patreon:

We talk with organizer and teacher Bayley Amburgey about our home county's fiscal woes, as well as the situation in Louisville.

A blood omen in the night sky during a time of pandemic. Except make it boring Support us on Patreon:

Live from Tarence's front porch (all safely socially-distanced of course). In this one: the infamous Harper's Letter; Tanya has the only correct take on Wendell Berry; the country and county slide further into hell; and new developments in the Breonna Taylor case. Support us on Patreon:

Dr. Jessie Wilkerson (@Dr_JessieW), author of To Live Here, You Have to Fight, joins us to talk about Dolly Parton and the recent push to replace Confederate monuments with...Dolly monuments. You can read Jessie's essay about Dolly here: And you can order Jessie's amazing book here:

Hop on board the poonanni train as we learn about the Kentucky Axis of Evil and Amy McGrath's whereabouts on 9/11 Support us on Patreon:

This week we do some debriefing about our local self-organized Juneteenth art parade, review some Speak Your Pieces, and then maybe even submit a few ourselves. Support us on Patreon:

After our local BLM rally last week, the highest-elected official in the county took to Facebook with a few choice words about leftists, racism, and Adolf Hitler. We talk about all the fall out from that, and then hear from our old pals Gail and Bret of the New York Times. Throw a few dollars to our friend Charles Booker, who needs our help getting through the Democratic Primaries to take on Mitch McConnell in November: Patreon:

Time to do some theorizing about your favorite subject: cops Support us on Patreon: Support Charles Booker here:

Week 2 of the nation in revolt -- brought to you from a log cabin in the woods of Eastern Kentucky. Support us on Patreon: