We talk about the interview between Joe Rogan and Bernie Sanders. Like our Facebook Page Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Subscribe on Youtube Follow us on Minds New Perk! Become a Fight Laugh Feast Member click here, scroll down, and put “HTBT” in the memo to get a HTBT mug.
The Costco saga ends. Bobby Bonilla’s agent was a genius. Trump floats another tax cut. Nike gives in again. Like our Facebook Page Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Instagram Subscribe on Youtube Follow us on Minds New Perk! Become a Fight Laugh Feast Member click here, scroll down, and put “HTBT” in the memo to get […]
Business Podcast: We talk about the Justice Department’s position on the ACA ruling by the Texas Federal Judge. Private sector solutions instead of the ACA besides tort reform and crossing state lines. We discuss what the difference is between the health insurance sector and the other sectors in our economy. What would it look like […]
Business Podcast: We give an update on one of my investment strategies I’ve been playing around with. Can you guess how many items the average American has in their home? We talk about the number and if it’s a good or bad thing. We then finally discuss what is in the Budget and why it […]
Let’s discuss 2 easy steps to ensure your family will be set up to be successful after a tragedy and why it’s important to vote for pro-business policies even in a solid blue area.
It’s a bad day for the US budget and it’s a bad day for my hair. We have runaway spending like my runaway strand of hair in this episode.
Let’s talk about the new USMCA/NAFTA deal Trump made with Canada and Mexico.
For a song that refers to itself as a “mighty melody,” it’s about what you’d expect: a florid piece of music, full of bombast and clanging cymbals. The Independent, a British newspaper, said that the production “has a strong North Korean vibe.” That may be overstating it, since the lyrics are more anodyne than jingoistic. But still, what are we supposed to do with a song like this? Will it join the great tradition of martial American songs that paint the aspirations of our nation as pre-blessed by an omnipotent and Americanized creator (cf. Battle Hymn of the Republic)? Or, as seems more likely, will it fade from our collective memory sooner than the swine flu hysteria?