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CD208: The Brink of the Iran War

2020 began with a bombing in Iraq – ordered by President Trump – which killed one of Iran’s highest ranking military officers. In this episode, we take a close look at the recent history of our relationship with the Iranian government in order to understand how we started the year on the brink of another war. Also, since our President is a total wildcard, we look at what Congress authorized for 2020 in terms of war with Iran, Iraq, and Syria. Read More

CD206: Impeachment: The Evidence

President Donald Trump has been impeached. In this episode, hear the key evidence against him presented by the witnesses called to testify in over 40 hours of hearings that took place in the “inquiry” phase of the impeachment. Using this episode, you will be able to judge for yourself how strong the case against President Trump really is as the country prepares for his Senate trial. Read More

Thanks for Fighting Facebook

A “thank you” bonus episode featuring an unfortunate resignation, an “impeachment inquiry” update, a Facebook censorship battle, and an business model ethical dilemma. Thanks for supporting the show! Read More

CD191: The “Democracies” Of Elliott Abrams

Elliott Abrams, the new U.S. Special Envoy to Venezuela, along with witnesses from the State Department and USAID, testified to Congress about the Trump administration’s efforts to replace Venezuela’s President. In this episode, hear highlights from that hearing and gain some insight into Elliott Abrams’ past regime change efforts as a member of the Reagan administration, which will help you to understand why so many people are concerned that he was picked for the Venezuela job. Read More

CD189: “First Step” Prison Reform

In the final days of the 115th Congress, Congress passed and President Trump signed into law the First Step Act, which made changes to the operation of the federal prison system. In this episode, learn every detail of this new law, including the big money interests who advocated for its passage and their possible motivations for doing so. Read More