Cutting Class Podcast

What is Cutting Class?

We're a history podcast. We're a comedy podcast. We're a NEW History/Comedy podcast told by two high school teachers. Weekly we'll be bringing you funny, amazing, unbelievable stories from the past to amuse and delight you for absolutely free! If we don't then we'll give your money back guaranteed!

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What people are saying...

"I haven't listened to it yet" - Joe's Wife

"I really tried to like this podcast, but I couldn’t get past the constant giggles from the co-hosts. While I understand the point is to find the humour in history, I just couldn’t find it." - Melissa from Canada

"I just didn't see the humor in it" - Jess' mother

"It may be for some but it is not for me" - Calvin Coolidge

"It's more fun than night with Mom" - Emperor Nero

"Cutting Class Podcast helps me 'Build the Body'" - Theodore Roosevelt

"Cutting Class Podcast has a toothsome flavor" - raving fan

Our Most Recent Episodes

33- Cleveland’s Balloon Madness of ’86

June 20, 2018

In 1986 Cleveland released 1.5 million balloons and set a new world record. They had no idea the chaos that would ensue. Join Jess and Joe for this fun look at the Balloon Madness of 1986! Pictures! 1   2   3   4   5 Sources 1 2 3 4   Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | …

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32- Animal Heroes of WWII

June 13, 2018

Not all heroes of WWII were human! Today’s episode looks at a few of our furry or feathered friends who participated in man’s insatiable desire for death. Learn about some bizarre bats, a dangerous duck, an elderly elephant, a boozed-up bear, and a daring dog in today’s show! Sources 1 2 3 4 5 6 …

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31- Banning Free Speech in America

June 6, 2018

During WWI two notorious laws would be passed. The Espionage and Sedition Acts would drastically limit the freedom of speech and prohibit Americans from criticizing the war, the draft, and even the government itself. Amazingly, when challenged, the Supreme Court defended these as not contradictory of the 1st Amendment! Today we discuss Schenk v. US …

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