The Bryan Hyde Show hour one 10-16-2020
The Bryan Hyde Show
Revel in Wrongthink
The nervousness you may be feeling about the upcoming election may be well justified. Robert Wheeler has a fascinating report about a political group that "war-gamed" the election to explore possible outcomes. Are they actually priming the pump for a transition to what they call "A new America"?
Just as the time to plant a tree was 20 years ago, the time to teach the principles of liberty and free markets is now. Kerry McDonald makes a solid case for teaching young people the promise of free market capitalism.
With all the back and forth over the word "democracy" today, it might be a good idea to explore why America's founders didn't want to create a democracy. Gary M. Galles explores the notion that democracy and liberty are somehow complementary.
The idea of a Universal Basic Income (UBI) has been making the rounds for a while. Christian Britschgi reports that San Francisco is about to start paying artists $1,000 a month to support the art community. While most folks wouldn't mind collecting a check without having to actually earn it, there are some serious problems with this.
At the risk of feeding anyone's fears, the time to get squared away in case of unrest or another Covid lockdown is right this moment. Dr. Joseph Mercola has a few suggestions of what you might want to stock up on.
- The Staples Turner team at Patriot Home Mortgage
- Jeff Staples Real Estate
- Nicky's Wholesale Food Warehouse
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