We're Not Wrong

  • About Alito's Flags and Nikki Haley (LIVE IN WASHINGTON DC)

    01:36:28
    The gang arrive in DC. They tour the capitol! They can't get the AC to work!First, they judge Supreme Court justice Samuel Alito's choice of flags. Should he recuse himself from cases involving January 6th?Second, Nikki Haley has bent the knee to Donald Trump. Should we be surprised?Recorded May 24th at the Anacostia Arts Center in Washington D.C.00:00 Life in the Nation's Capital04:35 Exploring the Capitol13:21 Judges and Political Statements15:12 Legitimacy of the Judiciary43:03 Media Narratives and Public Perception46:50 Ethical Considerations in Judicial Actions53:21 Political Strategies and Alliances59:08 The Role of Media in Policy Coverage and Informed Decision-Making01:04:52 Navigating Student Loan Relief and Marijuana Legalization01:08:58 The Role of Government and Constitutional Amendments01:10:08 Voting Frequency and Government Functioning01:19:49 Laws Expiring and Governance01:26:32 Insights into Political and Social Issues
  • About Javier Milei's Early Success and Work Life Balance

    01:30:38
    They also touch on the economic policies of Javier Milei in Argentina and the debate around austerity measures. The conversation explores the need for better work-life balance laws in the United States, particularly regarding paid time off (PTO). Also, the difference between psychopaths, sociopaths, and narcissists, and the need for independent debates in politics.00:00 Beverage Preferences and Zoning Reforms07:10 Andrew Heaton's Unexpected Role at the Libertarian Party Convention21:44 The Impact of Milei Shock Therapy on Argentina's Economy29:12 The Challenges and Trade-Offs of Rebooting an Economy48:12 The Reluctance of Americans to Take Paid Time Off52:30 The Need for Better Work-Life Balance Laws59:02 The Benefits of Flexible Work Schedules and Project-Based Work01:01:59 The Role of Cultural Norms01:04:49 Exploring Alternative Uses of Social Security01:07:21 Lighthearted Banter
  • About The Debate Deal and DNC Protests

    01:45:22
    We have breaking news! Debates are happening!The gang discusses the Commission on Presidential Debates and the decision by the Biden campaign to cut ties with them. They also express their opinions on the proposed format for the debates and the need for more transparency in the process. The conversation discusses the history and flaws of the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) and the potential changes to the format of the upcoming debates.They then discuss Democratic Party and the upcoming DNC convention and their reported plan to minimize possible protest by virtualizing parts of the programming. The conversation also touches on the lack of excitement for Joe Biden and the Democratic Party's failure to address the concerns of their voters.00:00 Light Banter and Drug Use in San Francisco12:24 Cutting Out the Commission: A New Era for Presidential Debates22:30 Including Third-Party Candidates24:58 Debate Format: Microphone Cutoffs and No Audience25:06 Timing of the Debates: Does It Really Matter?26:48 Debating the Inclusion of Third-Party Candidates29:21 Criticism of the Commission on Presidential Debates30:05 Strategies for Biden and Trump in the Debates36:30 Analyzing Potential VP Picks for Trump52:19 Exploring Potential Candidates for the 2024 Presidential Election57:43 Challenges and Strategies for the Democratic Party's Convention01:13:31 Frustration with the Democratic Party's Lack of a Clear Platform01:23:49 The Importance of a Strong and Cohesive Message in Politics01:24:53 The Dangers of Brain Worms and DNC Hit Jobs01:26:16 Violence in Germany and the Impact of Social Media01:28:37 The Unintended Consequences of Credit Card Regulations01:30:58 The Limitations of Public Transportation Systems01:32:29 Karaoke Songs for Baritones01:35:10 Bringing Back Blimps as a Transportation Option01:39:08 Upcoming Episodes: New York Times Polls, Poverty Alleviation, and the Palestine Issue
  • About Killing Credit Card Points and Trains Becoming Popular

    01:36:18
    The gang discusses the Durbin Marshall credit card bill and its potential impact on consumers and businesses. The bill aims to introduce competition in the credit card industry by allowing businesses to choose payment networks other than Visa and MasterCard. Proponents argue that this will lower costs and benefit consumers, while critics warn that it could lead to the reduction or elimination of credit card rewards programs. They also discuss trains. 00:00 Introduction and Host Banter09:20 Discussion of the Durbin Marshall credit card bill28:43 The lobbying efforts of big retailers and airlines32:59 The potential consequences of the bill for consumers34:47 The Impact of the Durbin Amendment38:38 Trains!46:11 The Importance of Application and Better Infrastructure01:08:34 Subsidizing Trains01:14:35 The Challenges of Homeownership01:17:32 Streamlining Plane Safety Instructions01:21:44 Reviving the Whig Party
  • About The End of the Motion to Vacate and Weed

    01:37:33
    The Gang discuss the upcoming Libertarian National Convention and the surprising announcement that former President Donald Trump will be speaking at the event. The conversation then shifts to the motion to vacate Speaker Mike Johnson, led by Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene and Representative Thomas Massie. The conversation concludes with a discussion on the reclassification of marijuana and the potential impact on the industry and society. In this conversation.00:00 Donald Trump Announcement14:39 Motion to Vacate46:21 Weed Reclassification1:17:53 Emails
  • About TikTok's Future and Women's Pain

    01:57:18
    TICKETS TO WASHINGTON D.C. LIVE SHOW AVAILABLE NOWhttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/882962824577?aff=oddtdtcreatorThe gang discuss the newly passed TikTok bill, which mandates the sale of TikTok from its Chinese parent company, ByteDance, and potentially ban the app if a sale doesn't occur within a year. Does it stand up to legal scrutiny?We then discuss women's pain and the need for a more nuanced approach to its assessment and treatment in the medical field. The lack of research and understanding of women's health issues is highlighted, along with the importance of investing in women's health research to achieve gender equality in healthcare.00:00 The Best Dressed Men in America13:20 The TikTok Bill and Its Implications39:19 The Potential Ban of TikTok and Its Political Ramifications56:03 Addressing Women's Pain in Medicine: The Need for Research and Understanding01:06:40 Challenges in Women's Healthcare: Lack of Attention and Time Constraints01:17:32 A Nuanced Approach to Pain Assessment and Treatment Decisions01:26:23 Podcast Update: Season Two of Jury More01:49:26 Organizing Political Party Conventions: A Daunting Task
  • About Taxes and Mayorkas' Nonexistent Impeachment Trial

    01:22:53
    Justin Robert Young, Jen Briney and Andrew Heaton discuss various topics, including Justin's announcement of his wife's pregnancy, the decline in tax refunds, and the impeachment proceedings against Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. 00:00 Introduction and Announcement of Pregnancy09:22 The Decline in Tax Refunds and Changes in the Tax System38:19 The Impeachment Proceedings Against Alejandro Mayorkas45:36 The Role of Congress in Immigration54:09 The Need for Term Limits01:06:07 Running for Office
  • About FISA and Networks Begging for Presidential Debates

    01:52:24
    The gang discuss the recent eclipse, the FISA debate, and the importance of presidential debates. Also, your Gaza emails...The hosts share their experiences of the eclipse and discuss the significance of the event. They then delve into the FISA debate, highlighting the history and controversies surrounding Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Finally, they discuss the value and effectiveness of presidential debates, with one host expressing skepticism and the other acknowledging their historical significance. The conversation explores the potential changes that could be made to improve the presidential debates. They discuss the historical significance of debates and the value of seeing candidates go head-to-head. The conversation ends with your emails on the Israel-Palestine conflict and the significance of the hostages in shaping perspectives. In this final part of the conversation, the hosts address some feedback and reflect on the emotional nature of the discussion. They emphasize the importance of understanding different perspectives and engaging in civil debate. They also discuss the need to challenge one's own beliefs and avoid intellectual laziness. The hosts express their gratitude for the support and understanding of their audience.00:00 The Magical Atmosphere of the Eclipse12:03 The Controversy Surrounding Section 702 of FISA38:06 The Decline of Presidential Debates49:11 Proposed Changes to Improve Debates01:14:12 Considering the Perspective of Hostages01:41:18 The Importance of Civil Debate and Understanding Different Perspectives01:50:22 Appreciating the Support and Understanding of Listeners
  • About the World Central Kitchen Bombing in Gaza

    01:54:39
    The gang discusses the World Central Kitchen convoy attack in Gaza, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. 00:00 Easter Traditions and Orthodox Easter02:20 Communion Wafers and Rituals09:21 World Central Kitchen Convoy Attack15:51 Conflict in Gaza and Potential Land Grabs39:20 Debating the Goals and Actions of the Israeli Government45:00 Reevaluating American Foreign Policy in the Middle East59:21 Addressing the Humanitarian Crisis and Long-standing Issues01:01:09 Navigating Fear and Cowardice01:03:17 Exploring Perspectives: Israeli Government and Hamas01:06:53 Understanding the Historical Context01:08:38 The Humanitarian Crisis in Gaza01:10:44 Challenges of Discussing Controversial Topics01:16:23 Hopes for Resolution and Rebuilding01:29:45 The Complexity of Hostage Situations01:34:32 Regulatory Capture and the Safety of Glyphosate01:37:36 The Quirks of Pronunciation01:53:57 Upcoming Episodes of Their Podcasts
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