This post has updates about my exercise, our search for a new dog, and an update on how I have been feeling.
The verdict for this episode is: be honest about why you’re voting for Biden.
In this episode, I discuss those who say they are voting because they want to remove Trump, but who are promising to move Biden to the left.
The verdict for this episode is: if I had one or two reasons, I would vote for Biden.
In this episode, I discuss the fact that Biden and I agree on no important policy issues. Since we don’t, I don’t have a reason to vote for him.
This post has updates on how I have been feeling lately, my exercise, and our search for a new dog.
I know most people refer to the fires raging up and down the West coast as wildfires, but they are actually climate fires. Humans are the reason so much is being destroyed. Humans are the reason so many animals are being killed. Humans are the reason the air is so terrible. Humans are the reason the landscape will never be the same.
Thomas Frank’s The People No: A Brief History of Anti-Populism was an easy, entertaining read.
The Price of Peace is Zachary Carter’s look at the life and ideas of economist John Maynard Keynes. While economics can often be a boring subject, I found The Price of Peace to be an important, educational read.
The verdict for this episode is: I really hate Joe Biden.
In this episode, I discuss how Biden’s Keep America Great website helped me figure out why I hate him.
On January 6, 1941, FDR gave his Four Freedoms speech. While the speech would ultimately serve as the basis for the United Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the United Nations, the speech’s historical context tells pieces of the story regularly not discussed.