Hi K&S, Can we please get both of your takes on this? I know this isn't the most pressing issue going on, but it definitely is one of the most discussed. We heard Counter Points take a stab at it the other day, but I would love to hear your perspective. The consensus opinion seems to be that the US got "fleeced." I would love to hear your analysis (and acknowledgment of Ryan's take from the other day) in addition to perspective foreign policy implications, e.g. leverage for future trades, etc. Thank you! Cam Grant
Would love to see a story on H.R.3648. The Legacy media used to air stories about White Collar workers being outsourced until about 2017. Without any reporting, few working people know anything about this bill that will drastically impact the job market; especially for many on the wrong side of this Corporate & Big Tech giveaway.
It seems to me that most, if not, all of America's problems trace back to the 2 party system, the donor class (aka big money), lawmakers enriching themselves with their positions, and no accountability from the media. Do you think our government would embrace populist politics and basically solve all societal issues were we to address these problems first? Example solutions. For the 2-party system: Ranked Choice Voting, open primaries, anti-gerrymandering laws. For the Donor class: democracy dollars/vouchers, ban dark money, ban lobbyist contributions, max limits on how much campaigns can raise, etc. For Lawmakers enriching themselves: stock ban, gift ban, close revolving door, etc. For the Media: "free media" vouchers to purchase news subscription where sole funding is from donations and subscriptions