The Democratic Party is marching toward a significant defeat in the upcoming midterm elections and they’ve found a way to turn that march into a gallop. I explain what’s wrong with their plan to erase student debt, how it doesn’t match their own stated values, and why they’ll lose voters for a generation because of it. You’ll also hear the one reason I wish I lived in New York and some client interactions that have left me scratching my head.
Episode 08 – Know Your Rights, Church Gossip, Switching Cell Phones and the Future of the Humanities
There’s a lot of talk about additional rights that are currently lacking for citizens. What are your rights? When is it wrong to claim a right? We discuss the basis for these rights and what the government can and can’t do to actually provide them. Is it gossip to share the news of a religious leaders failings? What motivates us to talk about people’s personal weaknesses? How do you decide to switch from one operating system to another? Is it possible to dump your iPhone for an Android? Plus a discussion on the decision for the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point to drop thirteen majors in the Humanities.