Episode 73. In this information packed show we discuss the Manchester Arena bombing in Great Britain, President Trump’s successful overseas visit, FBI director list narrows, Trump’s first budget cuts deep, California Democrats under fire after convention and more. Please SUBSCRIBE on iTunes. SoundCloud audio is below:
As The Daily Caller pointed out, the New York Times did not completely explain that the “data gaps” that scientists worry that will be cut under Trump. These gaps also occurred under the previous presidential administration. Why the omission, New York Times?
The liberal media apparently forgot in their headlines that the private sector can be incentivized to pick up the slack left by the federal government. Also, President Trump submitted a budget proposal to Congress, but Congress has the power of purse. All these histrionics could be moot when Congress takes a look at Trump’s budget […]
More private sector interaction in the economy, combined with state influence, can be a good thing regarding free market economics and governance. The Washington Post attempted to paint a negative picture of free market principles in a recent article about President Trump’s proposed budget cuts to the federal government. Instead of making a case against the free […]
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