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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast for January 23, 2019 number 209 it is the Indigenous Billionaires edition of the podcast (yeah, we’re not exactly sure what that means either). We are your poor but proud hosts, radio guy Todd Feinburg and AI guy Mike Stopa and we come to you every week with the scintillating discussion of the issues of the day that – we’re not kidding here – you’re just not going to find anywhere else.
This we we have two topics…That’s no surprise; we have two topics every week. We will discuss the intellectual and economic (and moral!) foundation of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’ argument that we’d all be more virtuous if we just took a boatload more money from the filthy rich and then gave it to the poor. Why is it that the ideas of the free market that (in case you haven’t noticed) brought the world untold prosperity are after all so hard to grasp? We discuss.
Then, the Covington boys and the Indigenous Person. Man this is such a hoot. The guy (Nathan Phillips) has been interviewed about thirty times since Saturday and he has managed to say basically nothing coherent, nothing true and still he never repeats himself. If this is the wisdom that the Native People have left you can figure out why their culture is such a mess.
Our shower thoughts? YES! Our hidden gem? From Paul McCartney: “Ram.” Enjoy!
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