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Episode 87 -- Giving Thanks -- available!
We trust you had a joyous Thanksgiving Day and weren’t the recipient of the White House’s bullet points for your Thanksgiving dinner: “President Biden’s Top Accomplishments for when chatting with your Uncle at Thanksgiving.” Uncle D. Paul and Uncle Philip give thanks for their many blessings in this sprightly podcast, and send out a few zingers along the way against the “progressive” policies of San Francisco’s Mayor, London Breed, and the State Department’s online games, which purportedly inoculate our youth against “disinformation.”

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For the Week of November 28, 2022

An economic perspective on the shortage of Coronavirus tests: The COVID-19 pandemic taught -- or at least should have -- many people lessons about the economic ramifications of government regulations

Cdn pol The past, present, and future of Québec – updated to 2022 (Part Eight): Mark Wegierski looks at the 1995 Quebec sovereignty referendum, and its immediate aftermath

Suicide and capitalism: Tyler Koch responds to a Luke Pickrell essay which blamed capitalism for the ever increasing suicide rates in western nations

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GOP leaders: It's the bulk-mail ballots, stupid: Mark Alexander argues that Donald Trump was absolutely correct in his claim that there was massive fraud in the 2020 election, but...

Analyzing the strange, incredible pile of coincidences in Maricopa County during the 2022 midterm election: Most people expected there to be plenty of suspicious things in Arizona's mid-term election earlier this month and Rachel Alexander takes a look at some of the more notable shenanigans

Cdn pol The past, present, and future of Québec – updated to 2022 (Part Seven): Mark Wegierski looks especially at the 1990s, and the 1995 Quebec sovereignty referendum

A childless father who has a son: In an excerpt from his new book Faith, Dr. Robert Owens explains the joy of raising a son who came into his life along with his wife after losing several in his life

COVID-shot echoes: I had a most odd experience Saturday: Call him an anti-vax conspiracy theorist but Selwyn Duke says anecdotal and insurance industry numbers show that there a huge increase in deaths since the introduction of COVID vaccines

Palestinian terrorism is getting stronger in the northern West Bank: Yoni Ben Menachem reports that a number of new Palestinian groups have formed in Nablus and Jenin

The Foreign Dredge Act: Unmoored from economic principles: You may have never heard of the Foreign Dredge Act -- passed all the way back in 1906 -- but Like Brooker argues that it's one of those laws from yesteryears that should be scrapped

The realism of comparative advantage simulations: Simulations of economics and the wider world often suffer from various issues that prevent absolute realism but Tyler Koch believes that there is one out there that does better than many others

COP-27 financiers and merchants of death: Africa resists policies that demand primitive farming and energy, and making muffins out of flies, writes Paul Driessen

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