On Demand 2017-08-29T11:40:55+00:00
16Feb, 2018

714: Tim Donnelly on Immigration, DACA, and Taxes

February 16th, 2018|

One of my goals for this year is to give liberty-minded men and women running for office a platform to share their ideas. I make no endorsements and or claims; I simply want you to know who's running in the primaries this year, so you know what your options are. Today I've got Tim Donnally. He's running for Congress in California's 8th district. We cover immigration, DACA, and Taxes...all important issues to Californians. If you want to know more, you can visit his site [...]

15Feb, 2018

713: No Good Options – The Florida School Shooting

February 15th, 2018|

When 17 people die in yet another school shooting people start looking for two things, 1. Who do we blame? 2. How do we ensure it never happens again? If we can rationalize those to things in our minds, then we can feel better about the situation and move forward. But what if neither of those questions can be answered? What if there are no solutions? Is that even possible? I'll answer that question as best I can on the show today. *** What [...]

14Feb, 2018

712: School Debt in America – A Case for Personal Responsibility

February 14th, 2018|

Yesterday we discussed Tariffs and the negative impact it has on our economy. Today we're talking student loan debt and the suggestion that our government should pay off everyone's student loan debt in America. As you can imagine this is foolish on multiple levels, but I wanted to take the time to break the entire situation down, so you have the ammunition you need to discuss it with your friends and neighbors. We've had a couple of powerhouse shows the past couple days. Don't [...]

13Feb, 2018

711: Tariffs, AI and the Future of Commerce

February 13th, 2018|

The president has proposed a "reciprocal tax," and the question a lot of people are asking is, "why not?" It requires a knowledge of some economic principles most Americans have no desire to learn. The fact is, tariffs are never a good idea. They hurt all parties including the poorest among us. Today we're going to discuss tariffs and also, the threat of AI on our economic future. Don't forget to like and share! Jason

12Feb, 2018

710: Gen. Mattis Admits No Evidence Asad Used Chemical Weapons

February 12th, 2018|

What?! Say it ain't so! You mean the government, OUR government lied about Asad using chemical weapons to manufacture a crime they could use to justify military action in Syria? In a word...yup. It should come as no surprise given our governments track record of playing fast and loose with the truth and now General Mattis, the Secretary of Defense has admitted that he has no hard evidence Asad used chemical weapons on his people. A fact many in the international community have been [...]

9Feb, 2018

709: A Side of the Refugee Crisis You WON’T hear on the News

February 9th, 2018|

If you're like me, the only thing you really know about the refugee crisis hitting Europe is that it's a problem. Right-wing news claims they are a bunch of twenty-something men who are flooding across the borders of Europe with the intention to cause terror or exploit a country's generous social welfare programs. But about six months ago, I met some folks with a very different story. A group of eight filmmakers (all women by the way) who traveled to Greece to document the [...]

8Feb, 2018

708: Bombshell Testimony Puts Clinton Foundation in Bribery Crosshairs

February 8th, 2018|

That is not a salacious headline with nothing to back it up. In fact, there is new testimony from a former CIA and FBI asset that claims millions were funneled to the Clinton Foundation by the Russians to facilitate the purchase of the nuclear company Uranium One. It's an incredible story that shouldn't surprise you in the least especially if you've been following the many scandals to come out of the Clinton Foundation over the years. Also, should the government force Tide to change [...]

7Feb, 2018

707: Trump Complains about Market Decline, Obama Lies about FBI Investigation

February 7th, 2018|

Lies and political doublespeak is always a problem in Washinton, and the president is no exception. After the market decline, he went to twitter criticizing the "market" for going down on the good economic news. The reality is, the president was well aware of the problems in the stock market and predicted in 2016 that this would happen. Today he acts confused and angry. Typical politician nonsense. Take credit when things go well and act stupid when they don't. *** The FBI probe has [...]

6Feb, 2018

706: The One Thing I Don’t Want to be Right About

February 6th, 2018|

As you know, I never miss a chance to tell you how right I am. I'm quite fond of the phrase "don't doubt me." But this is the one thing I wish I were wrong about. The stock market took a big tumble yesterday, and Although it's rebounded nicely off yesterdays close, there is still a massive amount of risk in the markets today. A lot of people including banks and bond traders will tell you they're happy to see the volatility back in [...]

5Feb, 2018

705: Private Policing, Jay Powell, and Congressional Gridlock

February 5th, 2018|

Oh yeah, plenty to talk about today. Jay Powell was just sworn in as the new FED chair and boy did he have some nice things to say about the federal reserve. Apparently, the economy is healthy, and it's all because of the FED's tireless work. *** We've talked about private policing before, but they're trying a version of it in the UK with great success. It turns out the private sector can do things better than the government can even when it comes [...]

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