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May 26, 2021
Q: 20 years ago, every adult knew how to do this. Now, only about 75% of us know how…
A: Write a Check
Q: The average American eats 11 of these each year…
A: A Steak
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John’s comments here. Mobile users begin at 5:32
What Are The Six Signs of Excess Carb Intake?
Hunting the Monster that Killed Robin Williams
Dr. Russell Lebovitz, MD/Ph.D., is the Co-founder and CEO of Amprion, a biotech diagnostic company, discusses the early warning signs of Lewy Body Dementia, the mysterious brain disease that destroyed one of Hollywood’s most creative minds. Often misdiagnosed, Lewy Body Dementia (LBD) is the second most common dementia after Alzheimer’s and afflicts about 1.4 million Americans. Officially named in 1976, Lewy Body Dementia is triggered when protein deposits called Lewy Bodies develop in nerve cells in regions of the brain involved in thinking, memory, and movement. According to brain disease research scientist Dr. Russell Lebovitz, LBD has been a challenge to diagnose due to the fact that LBD patients can display both Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s symptoms.
Listen to the interview here. Mobile users begin at 30:48
Some Colorado Utility Consumers
could pay more than $550 for the February storm. Article here. John’s comments here. Mobile users begin at 19:39.
A New Focal Point on the Cancel Culture
Dr. Steven Mintz is the author of Beyond Happiness and Meaning: Transforming Your Life Through Ethical Behavior. With cancel culture continuing as a controversial and polarizing phenomenon, Mintz will discuss for your listeners how it manifests on both sides of the political spectrum and how it’s causing great damage to the country.
“The only Speech that needs to be protected is the speech that we don’t like.” ~ Dan Meurer
Interview here. Mobile users begin at 26:22
“The cancel culture can try to cancel things all it wants but it doesn’t change the truth” ~ John Rush Mobile users begin at 36:23
Caitlyn Jenner – Rejected
Mark from Black Forest called in about people really wanting to go back to a king.
John and Mark’s comments here. Mobile users begin at 42:57
Craig from Wheatridge called in and said, “Should we really be surprised?”
Listen here. Mobile users begin at 46:01.
Protect the Public’s Trust
Michael Chamberlain, Director at Protect the Public’s Trust, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit watchdog organization focused on exposing conflicts of interest and ethics violations among high-level federal officials.
Report a concern: firstname.lastname@example.org
Michael’s organization has helped inform the public about the potential conflicts of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, including the millions of dollars in stock options she continues to own of a company that stands to reap significant financial benefit from the administration’s green energy initiatives. There is also evidence that the ethical lapses and conflicts at DOE don’t stop at Granholm. They have uncovered information through their own research that one of her top lieutenants, Kelly Speakes-Backman, the acting head of the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE), may have violated her federal ethics obligations. Speakes-Backman appears to endorse her former employer, the Energy Storage Association (ESA) and was apparently sponsored by a member of ESA while acting in her official DOE capacity, both of which may constitute violations of federal ethics rules. She seems to be in charge of an initiative called the Energy Storage Grand Challenge, which she spoke about in-depth at one of her public events, but she also advocated for it in her prior job, which could constitute another ethics violation. Ethical questions around her behavior go way back and should have been well-known to Granholm. Speakes-Backman was formerly a member of the Maryland Public Service Commission. While the Commission was evaluating a merger involving Exelon, she interviewed for a job with The Alliance to Save Energy, which was funded by Exelon. She supposedly removed herself from consideration citing ethics concerns but then was offered the job just three days after voting to approve the merger and took it as soon as her term on the Commission expired. On top of these issues at DOE, there have been reports that high-level officials at numerous federal agencies have been using encrypted apps, such as Signal, for official government communications that may not be properly preserved for public access under the Freedom of Information Act and other transparency laws. This potential lack of transparency serves to reinforce the erosion of public trust created by the perception of ethics issues.
Power the Future
Founder and Executive Director of Power the Future Daniel Turner has a brand new op-ed in the Washington Examiner on the controversy of Biden’s administration’s push for a “greener” future while at the Ford plant. But absent from any of the reporters’ questions that day was a curiosity about Jennifer Granholm’s investments in an electric bus company. Granholm stands to make a personal financial windfall from the policies being pushed fervently by the administration in which she serves, and the press corps hasn’t asked a single question about it.
Liberal media ignore ethics and electric concerns at Biden Energy Department. Article here.
John and Dan also dove into how green energy isn’t so green.
Listen here. Mobile users begin at 12:14
Biden’s ATF Nominee
WATCH: Sen. Ted Cruz gets Joe Biden’s ATF Director nominee David Chipman to admit that he wants to BAN the AR-15, the most popular rifle in America.
“With respect to the AR-15, I support a ban.” pic.twitter.com/6nDgalAkRj
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) May 26, 2021
Is Chipman aware that all models of rifles account for just 3.5% of all murders involving firearms and just 2.6% of all murders? And yet he wants to ban the most popular model of rifle in US history, if not most popular firearm in US history. pic.twitter.com/Jm1MRT6x8h
— schotts (@schotts) May 26, 2021
John’s comments here. Mobile users begin at 31:16
Parker in Golden called in about the history of the 3rd Reich, and the 2nd Amendment Mobile users begin at 37:27
Dell called in about gun laws in the UK. Mobile users begin at 39:05
The NRA Foundations
Black conservative leaders discuss how the NRA was created to protect freed slaves – SHORT VERSION Full version
John’s comments here. Mobile users begin at 40:01
Final comments here. Mobile users begin at 48:36