This week, the creator and host of the Fatherhood Is Dope podcast (and future Tennessee governor) Aaron McGee joins Jeff and Doug to discuss life in Nashville as an early import from Jackson, Mississippi. He has a lot to say about how his upbringing, education, and faith made him into a compelling interviewer who is eager to talk about fatherhood from every viewpoint there is.
We talk about life with his three-year-old daughter Journey, how it’s never too late to create and market a podcast as long as you invest in the content, and why Nashville’s ability to lead the way to fight systemic racism makes it the Athens of the South. (You probably shouldn’t tell Athens, Georgia, about that last bit).
- Listen to the Fatherhood Is Dope podcast
- Casey Palmer, Canadian Dad
- Proposal to swap Juneteenth for Columbus Day as national holidays has been withdrawn
- Biography of Diane Nash