The team starts off with traveling and seeing and experiencing the differences in a certain region as well as their different ideologies. Politics is center stage where you are from and do we favor the familiar or are people looking for the best candidates. and the Democratic debate.
The team jumps into our thoughts on the dem’s running and what is the criteria to get on stage for the upcoming debates. We debate the Facebook vs. Twitter information deal and how information is critical. We also end the show talking about the Chernobyl HBO series and the Netflix series “When they see us” by Ava Duvenay. Which will be part of our upcoming Podcast.
The Team gets together to discuss the so called Constitutional crises going on based on the Executive branch using their power to usurp the authority of Congress or really the Democratic majority in the House of representatives. If Trump gets away with this, can this change the way we will govern from now on? Also the Abortion laws springing up around the country from numerous states
The team jumps off topic by getting some feedback from everyone about their supposedly good tax cut last year and what really happened to them. Interesting perspective from three different people filing differently . Also closing out the week in politics while trying to keep up with Chaz’s ADD. lol
Political fatigue has kicked in and we find our self at the next stage of political controversy. The interpretation of The Mueller report and what are the opinions of what we should do next. Asking the question, what will we do as citizens as well as our elected officials. We wrap our head around our own perspective and is it worth trying to do anything about this president other than waiting him out? Or what are our options. Maybe a Republican??
We jump into the new and fresh ideas of the democratic presidential candidates as well as the the House of representatives that are pushing the tenured representatives. We toss it around to each other to see how each of us feel about how the Democratic Party is going. We feel a little stuck on the message and the real direction we are headed to. And we finish off our thoughts about the the final Mueller report turned into the AG.
The team drifts off into a sensitive subject about voters, people and citizens that wants to get their voices heard but unfortunately the democrats are following the old script of hitting the major cities (high population) and ignoring rural areas that helped to get Trump in office. lively discussion on where we should spend our time and effort. Or should we?
We start with 2 weeks ago when we didn’t have time to chime in on the Cohen hearings, then the Manafort weak convictions. The frustration we all felt was after all the investigation and information that came out. Trump seems to be getting a lot of W’s. Also which major news network can compete with Fox. Also, is bashing a dead man ok? Damn!!!
Music by: Yung Katz
This week the team comes back to discuss the conclusion of the shutdown as well as the repercussion of Trump issuing a state of emergency to take border wall funds from the department of defense. Then we have a brief discussion of our literacy of our fellow citizens. Based on how the government is ran and how to enunciate what you are reading. Sorry, we just found humor in this.
The team gets first hand experience from one of our co-host the effects of the Government shut down of 2019. We discuss the differences between a contractor and a true Government employee under similar conditions. We then get into the Democratic candidates for President and off the wall stuff that Chaz always comes up with.
So many questions and unknowns that is going on in the white house, dealing with this shut down with one of our cohost mad as hell. We discuss politics based on the motion picture “Vice” Vice president Dick Cheney. And are we waiting on how the next fear tactics will save the Trump presidency?
The team jumps into the beginning of the year almost the same way we did last year. A government shut down Only this year it’s Trump who proudly said he would shut the government down and it would be his fault. Sadly he gets amnesia and blames everyone else but himself. We also talk about the changes in the democratic party.
The guys return to discuss a little press freedom given to our country from the Constitution. If there is a way to get to Trump through the Mueller investigation, Congress or what ever. We discuss our conflicting views of the condition of the Trump white house and is the change in the house is really something that will change the country.
The guys come together to discuss the ongoing election results, the results from the primaries, the firing of the AG Sessions and so much more. Our recap will be lively confusing and somewhat optimistic. Even though the Democrats did well, we talk about the future with the new House, female congress boost and the many Governor changes in the states, Pelosi leadership and female leadership on the republican side.
We end this two part podcast discussion with a Republican or two having the small bit of integrity to ask for an investigation, a delay for a week for the FBI to investigate and with the Democrats showing up much more aggressive than usual. What are the chances for their presidential run?
Today the team dives right into the Senate hearings on Brett Kavanaugh with Dr Ford the woman accusing Brett of sexual assault back in the 1980’s when they were both in prep school. The astounding contrast of both hearings is something we had to get out as soon as possible.
Part two of our REPO discussion gets into The hurricanes past and present and the misallocated funds. The Flipping of Manafort and Cohen is it relates to the possible indictment of Trump. And then we discuss a very controversial issue pertaining to the Kavanaugh confirmation and his High school alleged rape accusations.
The teams starts the REPO session with The Kaepernick ad and what we do in America to say who is right and who is wrong. We slide into privilege by some white Americans and the newest shootings of unarmed African Americans. Ted Cruz and his ignorant comments
We roll into our next session about the state of the Democratic party and the Republican ability to sustain their messages. Who will be the new Democratic leadership, who will be the presidential candidate and will the old guard step down and open the party up for new leadership. We kinda end with quick news recap of the previous week.
The team returns and jumps on the dumb but controversial policy of trade tariffs and the American workers. And for some reason, we can not get off criticizing the democratic party and how there is no strategy, message or candidate that will make any of us feel theres a chance. Sigh!!