Rep. Al Green brought his impeachment resolution in front of the House today. It was voted down. Trump still had to boast about his “record” as a reason it should never happen.
Why is “leave” the response to American criticism for some and not for all?
A critical recession indicator just hit 32%. This is major news. The indicator has been right for every recession since the ’60’s. The USD might be looking at a downfall as well as other countries start looking at different systems other than the SWIFT system. Couple all of that with Deutsche Bank laying off 18,000 employees and we’re looking at a wild scenario unfold right in front of us.
The House had a hearing about forming a reparations committee to explore America’s racial history and the impact on black Americans. It should be a no-brainer, but we explore why it isn’t.
Trump is yet again pushing tariffs and touting it as income from a foreign source. That’s not true by any stretch of the imagination. It is an outright lie and we, yet again, explain why with an added bonus of a look at the debt and deficit under this “conversative” leadership.
After 2 years, Mueller speaks. What was the core of his statement and what changes now that he’s spoken publicly?
Following up on Episode 40, John takes a look at American intervention and the pervasiveness of it compared to how we react to it from outsiders.
Mike and John tackle the constant wars we intervene in and the toll they take on human life. They also take a moment to discuss the clown show Congressional hearings tend to be.
We get into some interesting debates on Smollett and Mueller. Both conversations show how divisive both topics can be, but these conversations are a must.
We covered a myriad of topics this week covering the economy, Mueller ending his investigation, and so much more.