PG 104: Shootings, Sessions, Cuba, and the Federal Reserve

Jun 18, 2017, 04:56 PM

Mike and Trey start this week with the tragic shooting of Scalise and the unfortunate political communications uproar in it’s aftermath by James Hodgkinson. Both Mike and Trey worry that democracy may be losing a pillar when demonization is the new normal.

After that they talk about the rollback of Obama’s Cuba opening. Trump is returning to an older policy of restrictions, although his rhetoric is more drastic than his actually changes.

Later Mike and Trey discuss the Sessions testimony and the increase of rate in the Federal Reserve. Finally we end the show with what we are reading now and the unlikely truth that both Trey and Mike love Roberts’ Napoleon biography.