Episode

5/24 Brian S. Feldman: The Real Reason Middle America Should Be Angry

May 24, 2016

Peter S. Feldman researcher-reporter with the Open Markets Program at New America, explains the importance of understanding saint louis as an important American city. Using advertising to understand a city. Understanding regional inequality. Corruption and the American tradition. Why we are living in another gilded age. The Federal Reserve Act and balancing power across America. The economic and regulatory strategy that destroyed the Midwest and the story of Busch Beer and the collapse of Saint Louis advertising.

On The Fun Half: Education won’t get you out of poverty. Bernie’s picks for the Democratic Platform committee. The coming conflict about Israel/Palestine in the DNC Platform. The problem with online atheism. Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders start their rapprochement? Remembering Obama and Clinton’s primary. Glenn Beck has a new warning for America. Bill Cosby is going to trial. Alex Jones reflects on his relationship with the globalists. Trump and O’Reilly talk foreign policy and your calls and IMs.

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