This week, Eric, Dan, and Dylan discuss the United Auto Workers strike. Are the demands from the UAW reasonable? How should we think about trade unionization in America today? Are there any risks to the new strategy that the UAW is engaging in? Next, the guys evaluate the FDA’s decision to make Narcan, the treatment for opioid overdoses, available over the counter. Is this a good thing? What are the potential downsides, if any? And how do we need to look at ways to treat the underlying disease of the soul that’s driving addiction problems like the opioid epidemic? And finally, the truth is out there about “Mexican aliens.” The UFO kind, that is. Mexico’s Congress heard testimony as to their “authenticity.” The truth, however, is that it was all a sham. So why the big show?

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What are the UAW strike demands?

Here are the issues amid negotiations | Washington Post

The UAW Labor-Strike Debacle | National Review

How UAW Tossed Its Old Playbook and Pursued a Surprise-Attack Strike Strategy | Wall Street Journal

More Michigan pharmacies will carry over-the-counter Narcan | ABC 12 News

Michigan State Police trooper uses Narcan to save man from heroin overdose | MLive

Mummies From Outer Space? Mexico’s Congress Gets a Firsthand Look. | New York Times

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