November 20th, 2020 | 19 mins 38 secs
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In this episode: As all eyes are turned toward Georgia’s two Senate runoff races, we discuss proposed legislation that both the Democratic challengers in Georgia support, and that has serious implications for right-to-work laws nationally if the Senate flips from red to blue. The legislation is called the Pro Act, and it’s an expanded federal version of the controversial AB5 legislation in California that has upended independent contracting in that state.
March 21st, 2019 | 9 mins 27 secs
2000, 2016, aclu, al gore, america, articles of confederation, ballots, bank, campaign, defund, democrat, election, electoral college, federal, first amendment, framers, george w. bush, hr 1, hr-1, legislation, liberal, liberals, majority, political, political speech, republican, southern poverty law center, splc, states, unconstitutional, voting
The far-left’s self-appointed arbiter of “hate groups” ousts its longtime leader, the SEIU’s bank launches a campaign to de-fund the social-conservative right, and Democrats and their allies take aim at the delicate balance of power between America’s federal states and the national electorate.
March 14th, 2019 | 7 mins 21 secs
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A major federal investigation finds evidence of corruption in the admissions to the institutions which define America’s ruling caste, a counterintuitive finding shows education reform isn’t the right-left battle teacher unions and their stooges portray it as, and I agree with the American Federation of Labor on something.
January 11th, 2018 | 41 mins 2 secs
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Negotiations over the federal budget have started in Washington, leading to the possibility of a government shutdown if no deal is reached. What does this mean, and who are the special interests looking to protect their funding in the budget?