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Ruth Bader Ginsburg passed this week. The Republicans are moving faster than we’ve ever seen them to try and fill this seat with < 50 days to the election.
What is the value of life for you? Do cops getting killed impact you the same way as citizens?
California wild fires are wreaking havoc on the West coast. This is causing massive damage across multiple states.
The Atlantic came out with a tough article against President Trump. It was source anonymously which is giving credence to many to say it is false. Is it, though? Or is it just inconvenient to not have a name attached to it? Maybe. Or maybe it is a complete fabrication for election purposes. Or maybe it is half true.
Listen in as we discuss it.
They’ve raised nearly $3B this election cycle to get it down to 2 candidates…specifically these 2. (facepalm)
The Kenosha shooting happened with Kyle Rittenhouse shooting 3 people, killing 2. Why this matters in the grand scheme of American right now reveals a lot about us as a nation right now.
Mike and John debate the entire shooting scenario and how we dissect the information.
This is a big week for the Republicans as they take the stage to combat the narrative of the DNC and try to cement themselves as the party for 2021 and beyond. Donald largely has his family speaking, but it won’t be Mary Trump; she threw Donald under the bus in 2018 in a new recording.
There is a concerted hatred by certain people towards billionaires over their lack of handouts. This is toxic thinking we seem to limit to billionaires only while ignoring our own excess or that which the government squanders.
Biden finally announced his running mate: Kamala Harris. Her past is a bit of a mixed bag in terms of garnering support across the aisle and even within her own party.
The government and the public are at an impasse over pandemic relief. It boils down to them arguing over how many trillions (yes…TRILLIONS) the toss on the pile.
Why does the government always wait around for the last minute to resolve problems? We’re seeing people on unemployment go without money. Friends, family, and acquaintances are dying. The government is arguing amongst themselves about $600 or $200 for unemployment.
How does qualitative easing impact other markets like gold and crypto? What does this mean for our economy right now and where we’re going next?
With everything going on right now, how do we see the next 4 years taking place?
The 2020 school year is uncharted territory. We discuss how the school system is going to cope with COVID in schools.
What are we teaching our children/youth about their Constitutional rights, ones like right to privacy, and how important they are to their lives, especially when it comes to data?
How do we teach and educate children? Authoritative instruction, memorizing information, don’t question things etc? All of that instead of questioning everything, inquisitive learning, creative process development, hands on problem solving, and MONEY, etc.
The national narrative usually wins the day, but all politics are local. We discuss the local politics happening at a local level vs the federal.
Can convalescent plasma be impactful in the fight?
The new Russian constitution has some broad implications. What does this mean for the world and how does Bitcoin tie in.
Foreign affairs are starting to heat up in the midst of the pandemic. Where will this lead?
How can you exist within the US financial system? Learn the system and you DEAL WITH IT!