Tony Katz, Award-Winning Talk Show Host at WIBC Radio and the Eat! Drink! Smoke! Podcast joins us to discuss the Barr Hearings, the upcoming Durham Report, Mail-in Voting, Herman Cain and BLM, and his November Predictions along with some Whiskey Recommendations – Find Tony at http://TonyKatz.com and http://twitter.com/tonykatz. Then at @58:30 Annie Marie Delgado from Trump Team 2020, Florida, discusses why the state of Florida will vote once again for Donald Trump.

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  1. OccupantCDN Coolidge

    Peggy Noonan wrote the Reagan’s Challenger speech.

    The great tragedy of this pandemic, isnt the people who have died – although that is tragic – the real tragedy of this pandemic is the effects of the government’s response. Just in unnecessary cancer deaths alone – the response to the pandemic has been far deadlier than the actual disease. Its not a slam on Trump, its true across the world.

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    • July 31, 2020, at 3:12 PM PDT
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  2. Dave Sussman Podcaster

    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    Peggy Noonan wrote the Reagan’s Challenger speech.

    The great tragedy of this pandemic, isnt the people who have died – although that is tragic – the real tragedy of this pandemic is the effects of the government’s response. Just in unnecessary cancer deaths alone – the response to the pandemic has been far deadlier than the actual disease. Its not a slam on Trump, its true across the world.

    I believe you’re right. Suicides, depression, stress, ruined small business… and I hate to say this (although I did in this episode) the eye of the storm hasn’t yet hit. Take a look at Germany today. https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1316308/germany-economy-growth-coronavirus-covid19-latest-IFO-angela-merkel

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    • July 31, 2020, at 4:03 PM PDT
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  3. OccupantCDN Coolidge

    Dave Sussman (View Comment):

    OccupantCDN (View Comment):

    Peggy Noonan wrote the Reagan’s Challenger speech.

    The great tragedy of this pandemic, isnt the people who have died – although that is tragic – the real tragedy of this pandemic is the effects of the government’s response. Just in unnecessary cancer deaths alone – the response to the pandemic has been far deadlier than the actual disease. Its not a slam on Trump, its true across the world.

    I believe you’re right. Suicides, depression, stress, ruined small business… and I hate to say this (although I did in this episode) the eye of the storm hasn’t yet hit. Take a look at Germany today. https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/1316308/germany-economy-growth-coronavirus-covid19-latest-IFO-angela-merkel

    There was a story here (in Alberta Canada) a few weeks ago about a man who died of a heart attack earlier this summer. His operation to install a pacemaker was delayed because it was deemed “Unnecessary”. Necessary for whom? For the gentleman who died it seems very necessary. (rebel media reported on it). Same for cancer screening and treatments. Are cancer deaths going to spike over the next few years because of the delay in detection and early treatments?

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    • July 31, 2020, at 4:43 PM PDT
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  4. RufusRJones Member

    You can’t argue with anything Tony said about the voting process. The way we operate is comprehensively outrageous and we just keep doing it.

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    • August 2, 2020, at 12:58 AM PDT
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  5. RufusRJones Member

    The data controls and reporting on covid statistics are a disaster. There are multiple articles about this now. It’s up to every governor to deal with it themselves. I never saw this coming. I think public health is worthless.

    I don’t buy the efficacy of masks at all as a public health intervention. You are talking about covering the face of one in 100 people that are infected. Cloth masks do zip. Paper medical masks may do something, but who has a budget for that?

    If someone demands it I will provide links.

    I think the best source for this type of analysis is Dan Proft. His show is absolutely excellent at aggregating and analyzing current data on the COVID-19 disaster.

    The other thing is, all of the public health and the leadership is either lying or being non-specific about the objectives for political reasons. All you can do is protect the medical system and the vulnerable until you get to herd immunity or a vaccine. When you avoid dealing with that directly you’re just making things worse.

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    • August 2, 2020, at 2:29 AM PDT
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  6. Randy Weivoda Moderator
    Randy Weivoda Joined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    I just listened to this episode this morning, and enjoyed it, as usual. With the talk about whiskey it occurred to me that I better make sure @davesussman knows about next year’s big Ricochet Meetup. We will be touring the Bourbon Trail in Kentucky and visiting a number of distilleries. We also plan on taking in a horse race in Lexington, and who knows what else we’ll do. Think about it, Dave. 

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    • August 9, 2020, at 5:13 AM PDT
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