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We have a discussion with high school and college coaches about what’s going on in sports now and in the fall.
Bill Still, writer and filmmaker, joins us to discuss American monetary policy and where we go from here.
Phil Magness, an economist/historian, and Roger Tipping II join us to discuss the Ferguson model and the issues with the model. This is the model many countries are using to lead their COVID policies.
In this episode, we discussed all things oil and gas, what we’ve seen over the last 60 days, negative prices, and what’s to come.
What’s going on in the country with all of the protests and how people are handling them?
States are reopening. What does this mean for all of us? Is this a good thing or a bad one?
Paul Basaldua is a COVID-19 survivor who donated his plasma to help with the fight for a cure. He joins PFA to tell his survival story and to discuss the pandemic.
The current recession is hitting a lot of markets. We look at the housing market with industry experts Douglas Hoffman and Minesh Patel.
A live discussion about what happens when the economy opens back up.
A live discussion about how to manage the changes happening with our civil liberties.
A live discussion about how to manage the second inning of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Marisa Balderas-Flores joins the Free Agents to discuss how the pandemic is changing the immigration debate, how the H1B visa is being affected, and so much more.
Jason Stapleton joined us to talk about the economics of the current environment in the US, how we got here, and where we see this going.
Helia Sanchez, PhD joined John, Chris, and Mike to talk about the Corona Virus (COVID-19) from a scientific point of view. She’s currently working on COVID-19 and has great information as to how we got to where we are, what we need to do now, and where this is possibly heading.
Roger Tipping II joins us to play the role of a Democrat, Republican, and Moderate in answer why impeachment matters. It is a great thought exercise by looking at all sides of the arguments for and against.
The impeachment hearings have been quite lengthy and informative. They play as a backdrop to a great discussion about partisanship and how we as humans group think.
After a much-needed break…WE’RE BACK! What a great time to come back too. We’re in the throws of the impeachment hearings and Day 1 started us off in a pretty mild way.
After the first night of debates this week, Roger Tipping II, a voluntarist, joined the show to discuss the general theme of these sort of debates, Dem ideas like Medicare for All, and what really plagues America.
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.