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Moving Migrants To Spite Political Opponents; Also, the Extent to Which Accountability and Ownership Mix in the NBA

James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana consider whether the apparent trafficking of migrants from southern states to northern cities is more of a request for assistance or an effort by some to stick it to their countrymen and discuss how immigrant issues have alwa

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The British Monarchy as Both Consequential and Controversial; Also, Men Going Overboard in the Quest to be “Jacked”

Following the death of Queen Elizabeth II and ascension of King Charles III in Great Britain, James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana take a look at the British monarchy’s evolution over the past 1000 years and the role it has played, and continues to play in count

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Learning from the Plot to Bring Fascism to the US and the Marine Who Exposed It; Also, Is Being an Early Bird Genetic?

There are many parallels between the 1933 “Business Plot” and recent events, so James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss the historical record of the plot, the role Smedley Butler played in exposing it, and what can be learned from it about efforts to overth

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Recognizing “News Entertainment” in the Modern Media Landscape; Also, Rolling Out Student Loan Forgiveness

James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana react to CNN’s apparent effort to be less confrontational politically and discuss the (de)evolution of the news media into a profit centered entertainment offering (01:22). The guys also discuss Biden’s student loan forgiven

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The Anticipated Fall of America and Ray Dalio’s “Principles for Dealing with the Changing World Order;” Also, Body Positivity v. Science

James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana react to Ray Dalio’s Youtube video “Principles for Dealing with the Changing World Order” and discuss how America’s historic and current trajectory match up with Dalio’s “big cycle” for empires (01:13). The guys also conside

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The FBI “Raids” Mar-a-Lago and Trump Assails Rule of Law; Also, Bringing Dead Animals Back to Life

Following the FBO's retrieval of several boxes of sensitive documents from the residence of former President Trump, James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss the rising idolatry around Trump and the ongoing effort to subvert our government of laws and not men

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Alex Jones and the Line Between Free Speech and the Business of Dishonesty; Also, Our Teacher Shortage and Our Priorities

Seeing the substantial damage award that Alex Jones has been ordered to pay for pushing a lie, James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss whether legal liability can be an effective check on misinformation peddling, especially considering how lucrative misinfo

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Andrew Yang, Joe Rogan and the Problem of Expecting Absolute Conformity in the Two Party System; Also, Bill Russell’s True American Life

James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana discuss America’s two political party system, how the newly announced 3rd party, Forward, and its co-chairs Andrew Yang and Christine Whitman can make an impact, and why Joe Rogan pushback against claims that he is a Republic

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Trucker Protests and Finding the Line Between Employees and Contractors; Also, Overdosing on Beautiful Faces

Seeing trucker protests nearly shutting down cargo operations at the Port of Oakland over a legal classification issue, and James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana break down the issue of independent contractor v employee and debate whether regulators are clearly o

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“The Limits of Growth” and Predicting a Collapse of Civilization; Also, Uncovering a Southbound Underground Railroad

50 years ago, the book, “The Limits of Growth,” made some controversial predictions about a potential collapse of civilization due to our culture’s unsustainable approach to growth, and James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana take a look at how the book got to its

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Russia’s Use of WNBA Star Griner is Not Fair and Not Uncommon; Also, Musk Backing Out of Twitter Deal is On Brand

James Keys and Tunde Ogunlana take a look at Brittney Griner’s detention and recent trial in Russia and consider how common geopolitical leverage ploys seems dirtier when a person’s life or liberty is at stake (01:50). The guys also discuss Elon Musk’s m

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We Can See AI in Our Lives, but Sentience is in the Eyes of the Beholder; Also, Science is Tracking Down the Fountain of Youth

Following reports that a Google engineer believes that Google has developed a sentient AI, James Keys, Tunde Ogunlana, and Robert Buschel (author of the novel "God's Ponzi") discuss the idea of sentience in machines and how the increasingly advancing arti

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