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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!
This is a quick episode to take a look at why we’re here. We discuss some news topics and riff on a brief follow-up to Episode 69.
Have you heard of CHAZ? What about the China marketplace shutting down? Buckle up…there is a lot happening and we’re going to discuss it all.
There is a lot of information out there, but how do you know what to believe? Disinformation can steer the entire country in the wrong direction so we need to be aware of what information we’re believing and, most importantly, teaching/repeating.
Gil Scott-Heron’s famous poem said it will not be televised. Times have changed and this revolution is indeed being televised.
The system was setup this way. It wasn’t intended to operate for everyone and the backdrop of protests is covered and handled fundamentally different than corporate looting.
We’re joined by Scottie Clark to get the perspective of a former police officer in how to handle “bad apples” along with policing protests.
We discuss the George Floyd killing in Minnesota and how we get beyond the acceptance of government agents killing Americans.
We’re taking the day to look back at an old episode where we nailed several aspects we see happening right now. It was a great episode ended with a great debate over LeBron vs Jordan; which is great in the sense that we just finished The Last Dance documentary.
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.