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Ep. 34 – Governors Moonbeam to Moonwalker
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Ep. 34 – Governors Moonbeam to Moonwalker

Will Kevin be the next governor of Virginia? Is Tyler more economically literate than the entire Democratic Party? Does Ray Cooper even have a plan at this point? Is our teachers learning? Kevin and Tyler tackle these tough questions and more on this episode of Tavern Voices.  Show Articles: Here’s a flowchart of Virginia’s line...

Cass Talks Labor in America
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Cass Talks Labor in America

Oren Cass, the author of “The Once and Future Worker,” joins Tyler to talk about his new book, why we should focus on production and not consumption, how education, trade, & immigration play a role, the concern of income inequality in the current system, and the big question of which came first cultural decline or...

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Lord, I Was Born a Tariff Man…

President Donald Trump has never subscribed to the theory that one should under prepare and over-perform. Trump has grossly over exaggerated almost everything in his life and usually it seems to work for him.  This approach, however, does not appear to be working with the Chinese. Axios is reporting that Michael Pillsbury is worried that Trump’s boastfulness might...

A Disenfranchising Democracy: Voting Rights for Felons
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A Disenfranchising Democracy: Voting Rights for Felons

Guest post by: Matthew Oakley In the midst of a tumultuous election—one that shook the nation, and challenged many preconceived notions about our democracy—there was a portion of the population that had no real voice. The current sociological climate strives to suppress any discrimination whatsoever—and rightly so—but turns a blind eye when talking about a...

OP-ED: Protecting DACA Recipients Benefits America
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OP-ED: Protecting DACA Recipients Benefits America

The following is a guest post by Lindsay Marchello. Last month, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that the federal government will cease enforcement of the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy within six months. However, for most immigrants eligible for the program — better known as “DREAMers” — this Thursday is the...