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  1. rdowhower Coolidge

    Yes, John, falling rates are so bad for people with savings because they have been earning so much on their cash reserves until now…also, is it too much to ask to produce a podcast which bleeps out all of Noah’s comments? He has absolutely nothing new to say. And Christine is right – Trump should listen to those Republicans who have been so smart that they have done pretty much nothing for the conservative movement in recent history. And the description for this episode is misleading because it basically turned into another anti-Trump, worst-case scenario podcast.

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    • August 29, 2019, at 11:44 AM PDT
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  2. SarahB Coolidge

    Christine is really not very sharp, analytic and lacks perspective. They must’ve had a hard time finding women for this podcast. 

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    • August 29, 2019, at 12:58 PM PDT
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  3. Daniel Sterman Listener

    Watching what’s happening to America from the outside is getting more and more depressing. You’re no longer allowed to reward people who have a work and study ethic, because those people are not evenly distributed across people of different races and cultures? If plans like de Blasio’s actually go through and become mainstreamed, say goodbye to American leadership and supremacy in the world, because we’re apparently not allowed to award kids who display strength, intelligence, and initiative – not to mention reward the parents who had enough strength, intelligence, and initiative to teach their children strength, intelligence, and initiative.

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    • August 30, 2019, at 6:24 AM PDT
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  4. Daniel Sterman Listener

    John said he couldn’t understand the difference between giving money for a building and giving money to a fake foundation. There’s actually a big difference, which I’ve pointed out before.

    In the former case, the university is consciously making a decision to let somebody in in return for the donation. That may be unseemly, but it is at least a decision borne of mutual agreement.

    In the latter case, however, the parents are conspiring with others in order to defraud the university and gain admission under false pretenses.. That’s what makes it a crime.

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    • August 30, 2019, at 6:29 AM PDT
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