I Was Interviewed By Matt Forney for This AltRight Life at Right On.

I was interviewed for over an hour for Matt Forney’s show This AltRight Life over at RightOn.net.  We talked about our time hanging outside the RNC, including being chased around by SJW zombies and attending Milo’s fab cocktail party, my Punks for Trump t-shirts and the leftist hijacking of punk rawk.  Hopefully you’ll find listening to it as enjoyable as I found doing it.

Punks for Trump is heeeeeere!!!

ann_punks_for_trumpI don’t need to give another lesson about how the 40 something year old punk rock genre/scene/movement/whatever has degenerated into a politically correct cesspool, where kids who want to rebel against mommy and daddy, dress weird, but uphold the principles of a society that they claim to reject.  I mean, haven’t these kids heard of Fear or the Meatmen?  Trump pisses everyone off.  Just ask some of my friends!  Their reactions when I told them I was voting for the Donald were priceless; something like, “WHAT, ARE YOU CRAZY?! WHAT’S WRONG WITH YOU?! ARE YOU OUT OF YOUR MIND?!”  So, just to keep triggering these fucks, here is the Punks for Trump t-shirt.  It actually got me called a “Nazi” when I was hanging outside the Republican National Convention!

In true punk rock fashion, I’m doing this all makeshift and guerrilla style; I don’t even have a real store set up yet to sell the t-shirts.  But, who needs a store?  The damn things have been selling so well without one!  About a month and a half ago, I asked Clayton V, who designs the art for Bernard Chapin’s youtube channel, to design me a bad ass design and slap “Punks for Trump” on it.  He went above and beyond the call of duty.

I don’t think I need to explain who’s body the face of the Donald is superimposed onto  in this picture, but if you can’t suss out the significance of ol’ Trumpy giving the finger, then you’re either voting for Clinton or some cuck, who still believes that Kasich or Cruz could clinch the election.  Without further ado, here are a few kick ass supporters, who realize that, if we don’t want to see the country plunged into balkanized chaos, want to keep our freedom to spout off any whack job opinion we want without being charged with “hate speech”, want to keep our freedom to own guns, not have some of our industries regulated out of existence, renegotiate trade agreements so that they benefit Americans, clip some of our more useless bureaucracies and not continue making enemies in the Middle East by bombing it back to the stone age, maybe we should elect a New York billionaire who wasn’t all but indicted by the FBI.

Since we’re all into chivalry around here, we’ll show you the gurlz first…




…she got that attitude…


…back atcha, Ann!

And now the guyz…


…is it the shirt?


…now that’s just bad for your health…


…rock on, duuuude…


Get one now, and piss off the feminists at the local hipster joint!  Only $15 including shipping, and they come in S, M, L and XL.

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The ultimate pro-Trump, punk anthem:


SavageHippie Podcast Episode 4 – Porn Star Lives Matter

With Lucy leaving me because she was appalled by the awful things that Matt Forney and I were talking about, I’m now left to host this show by my lonesome. Fortunately, I cajoled the artist Clayton V, who does the neato opening segments and other artwork for Bernard Chapin’s channel,to sit down and talk about a variety of topics, among which include:

The Punks for Trump t-shirts… want one? Email me at edoslanatgmaildotcom

How Grand Rapids is the Bible Belt, but it’s not totally horrible.

His time living in San Francisco and its culture of segregation, experiences with different groups of people, soft muggings, the reality of race relations, cops shooting black guys and the media involvement.

Straight Outta Compton and gangsta culture

And at 30 minutes, we talk about PORN; the porn industry, the laws, rules and regulations involved, different levels of censorship in different countries, how porn actors and actresses use porn as a form of promotion for their escort services, and cover pretty much every angle of the industry.

Then, around the hour mark, we get back to politics and talk about deficit spending, open borders and Donald Trumps presidency and how it will affect the national deficit and social security.

And, in the last 20 or so minutes, we talk about Orlando, FL and gays buying guns, how gays and trannies shouldn’t try to be “acceptable” and, of course, John Waters.

GOP recalibrating because of the AltRight, and outsiders disrupting the Republican party.

How Clayton is actually an altruistic, good-hearted Freemason who volunteers his time for the needy.

Opening song: “In the Time of Our Lives” by Iron Butterfly
Closing song: “Black Machine” by Cirith Ungol