June 26, 2022
Dex is back after a disruption in his work schedule. He weighs in on the Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade and address Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer getting molly whopped in downtown Louisville. More information continues to come to light about the Uvalde school shooting, and Dex confronts the ugly truth about the Uvalde PD response in light of the new information. LMPD's aims it's focus on racial healing and transformation training for officers as opposed active aggressor training and response. Dex blast the U.S. Navy for focusing on inclusive speech, proper pronoun usage and safe spaces instead of being prepared for America's next battle. Lastly, Dex has a bone to pick with Republicans and Conservatives about their dislike of Juneteenth.
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June 10, 2022
While the country has all ready moved on from the Uvalde school shooting, Dex is now ready to talk about the tragedy and give his input after taking time to process the event and wait for more of the facts to come to light. Dex talks about the Uvalde police response, politicians grandstanding on dead kids and how we move forward as a nation. There are a lot of emotions, questions and problems that need to be addressed in the wake of Uvalde, and Dex does his best to provide his insight into the problems and provide possible solutions to save America's children and America's future. Lastly, Dex pays tribute to all the American men and women who have paid the ultimate sacrifice for America in a Memorial Day tribute.
June 7, 2022
A few months ago, Dex discovered the We The People Our American Story podcast hosted by Tina McCafferty. After listening to one episode, Dex became a big fan of the show. After reaching out to Tina, she had Dex on her show as a guest, and now Dex has the honor and privilege to have her on his show as a guest. Dex and Tina talk about the origins of her life, her podcast, America-the good and the bad, and the current direction America is heading.
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May 24, 2022
After being dragged down the interstate at high speeds by a suspect's vehicle, Officer Nathan Daley suffered horrific injuries that lead to him being medically retired from law enforcement in 2021. Although retired from the profession of policing, Nathan's love for the job and passion to connect with the community is still on duty. In the wake of his injuries and unexpected retirement, Nathan started the The Blue Phoenix Initiative to help injured police officers who suffer from emotional and financial distress. Nathan and Dex discuss topics such as police reform, the history, division and miscommunication between the black community and the police, and Nathan's struggles after his injury and recovery. Nathan address many of the problems impacting policing and the community, but he also provides the listeners with sensible and reasonable solutions without bias.
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May 24, 2022
A black man is shot and killed by federal agents in Louisville and stirs up Black Lives Matter protest and activist. Dex is called to the scene to keep the peace and has a run-in with a former friend turned anti-police who is not happy with him. The new buzz word being tossed around by the left to create fear and division is "replacement theory". Vice News is the first news media outlet to admit that Breonna Taylor was holding drug money at her apartment. Lastly, Dex shares his thoughts on the recently released Vice News story accusing the Louisville Metro Police Department of heinous acts and crimes.
May 15, 2022
The Kentucky Derby is officially over, and you know that the summer is right around the corner when every other call for service is in reference to crazy, naked, homeless people strolling around downtown. The summer of dong has come early to Louisville and Dex has an unfortunate front row seat to the show. Even the police are pulling out their dongs and putting them on display in San Jose, California. Cryptocurrency and the economy continues it's downward spiral and Dex starts to lose faith in America due to Lowe's and Home Depot.
May 4, 2022
Exhausted and running on fumes, Dex is back for another episode as he is on day 8 of a 12 day stretch because it is Derby time in Louisville. Dex tells the listeners what the last few weeks have been like and clues them in on the madness he is currently facing. Having been in law enforcement for 13 years, Dex realizes that he has changed over the years as a person and as a police officer and he shares those changes with everyone.
April 17, 2022
Happy Resurrection Sunday! Dex is back on this Easter day and reviews the woke movie "Karen". Is white supremacy America's greatest threat? Dex debunks that myth and brings to light the emerging and rising threat of black nationalism. A first time on the I Am Pitts Podcast, Dex talks about his beliefs on abortion and how important it is for officers to stay impartial when dealing with hot button topics. Lastly, Dex put's in his two cents on the Grand Rapids Police Department Shooting.
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April 7, 2022
The aliens are here and they are out here knocking up our ladies and not even paying child support according to the U.S. Government. Dex explains that aliens do not visit black neighborhoods because of black funerals at nightclubs with the deceased propped up on stage on display. Dex celebrates a police chief being fired and held accountable for not doing her job. Dex is promoted to the position of parity inclusion officer by a transgender victim. You can now find Dex on Tik Tok and he explains his disgust with the shallowness of social media with the constant bombardment of buttholes and birth canals. He further explains why he refuses to let his kids have cell phones and participate in social media at their young ages.
April 2, 2022
Dex rants and raves about Hollywood and the slap heard around the world and reminds everyone that Will Smith would have never made it as a police officer the last two years with all the thin blue line has endured. Dex shares the struggle of trying to record his audiobook for "I Am Pitts." Dex reviews and suggest two great books for people to read: "12 Seconds In The Dark: A Police Officer Firsthand Account of the Breonna Taylor Raid" and "Legion Rising: Surviving Combat and the Scars It Left Behind" by Jeff Morris. Dex celebrates his coworker, LMPD Officer Ambers, being exonerated in a high profile use of force complaint. Dex gives credit where credit is due and fair criticism in reference to the case. Lastly, Dex thinks over the last 13 years of his police career and wonders has it all been worth it?
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