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Episode 93 : The Post Office: Explained
Confused about what’s going on with the Post Office? I am. So I asked my friend Brian McNicoll, who has written about the post office for many years and has a real feel for its economics and the politics, to clarify what’s going on.
Episode 94: College Football: Money Culture Politics with John Tamny and Brian McNicoll
It’s Saturday in September and there’s no Big Ten football being played today. But in a not-so-surprising reversal, just weeks after Kevin Warren, the Big Ten commissioner, pointedly said the decision not to play this year would “not be revisited”, they revisited.
The New Night People
Jean Shepard ("Shep"), the legendary 60’s and 70’s WOR NYC late nightradio show humorist and storyteller, romantically described the differences between what he considered to be "day people" and "night people.” Day people were conformists, night people were non-conformists, and he was proud to be one of them. Well had he lived to see the streets around the White House last week he would be hard pressed to feel romantic about its new “night people.”
Episode 92: The Covid Coup with Angelo Codevilla
“From early March 2020 on, the best-known authorities on epidemics—the World Health Organization and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control— have presented the COVID-19 respiratory disease to the Western world as a danger equivalent to the plague. Something has to give.
Episode 91: Howard Zinn’s War on History
There is no historian like Howard Zinn. Certainly no other history book has taken the place of the Bible at the swearing-in of an elected official . But in 2019, Howard Zinn’s “A People’s History” was the sacred object on which newly elected Oklahoma City council member JoBeth Hamon chose to place her hand for her oath of office .
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