Billions and billions of dollars are thrown at the homeless problem yearly and yet it keeps getting worse and worse. Is that by accident or design? The huge non-profits charged with caring for the homeless love it. They get more money every year. But our entire homeless policy based upon faulty data and false beliefs? The fact is that most homeless are mentally ill and/or addicted (to alcohol or drugs). It's time to reinstitutionalize the mentally ill and get them off the streets and into treatment. It's the most humane approach available. 

Direct download: Daniel_Greenfield_22.Aug.18.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:49pm EST

John and I discussed the recent conviction of Paul Manafort and the guilty plea of Trump's former personal attorney Michael Cohen. I blew the call on Manafort. Thought for sure the jury would hang on all counts. Cohen is an interesting case. Did Trump really commit a crime, probably not. But who in their right mind wants to get involved in politics these days? But then how many politicians are in their right mind anyway? We take your questions about the Fed and other interesting topics and our good friend and FSN community member Marian who actually listened to the show in Tibet. Are we that spiritual? 

Direct download: John_Rubino_22.Aug.18.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:46pm EST

Michael Stumo is very optimistic about Trump's so-called trade war. Seems that the US is adding industrial jobs at a rate of 20 to 1 over those being lost. While the last 5 administrations have either ignored the trade deficit issue or pled helplessness altogether, President Trump has addressed the problem head on. And it's beginning to yield results, witness the recently announced $750 million investment in its ancient US Steel's Gary Indiana steel plant. Things are beginning to change and that will probably be for the US's benefit. 

Direct download: Michael_Stumo_22.Aug.18.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:41pm EST

Jeff Ferry is very optimistic about Trump's so-called trade war. Seems that the US is adding industrial jobs at a rate of 20 to 1 over those being lost. While the last 5 administrations have either ignored the trade deficit issue or pled helplessness altogether, President Trump has addressed the problem head on. And it's beginning to yield results, witness the recently announced $750 million investment in its ancient US Steel's Gary Indiana steel plant. Things are beginning to change and that will probably be for the US's benefit. 

Direct download: Jeff_Ferry_22.Aug.18.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:38pm EST

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