Progressive Talk 18: Quickest Way For Progressives to Lose/Win, Yang’s Paid Speeches & Badge…

Date: September 03, 2019

01) Progressive Talk 18: Quickest Way For Progressives to Lose/Win, Yang’s Paid Speeches & Badge

“This is Progressive Talk Podcast #18 with Dave & Josh. In this episode we talk about the quickest way for Progressives to win/lose the 2020 Democratic Nomination. We also announce Andrew Yang’s honorary Progressive Badge and we discuss Yang’s paid JP Morgan Speeches.”

The Rise Of Chick-fil-A…

Date: September 03, 2019

01) The Rise Of Chick-fil-A

“Chick-fil-A is now the third largest restaurant chain by system-wide sales. Its ascent has been so rapid that other fast-food brands are taking note of its unique business model. Popeyes recently launched its own chicken sandwich leading the two brands into a social media war. But how is it that a restaurant that’s ensnared in controversy, and closed on Sundays, next in line to overtake Starbucks and McDonald’s?”

I’d like to try their food at least once in my lifetime…but I have no idea where one is even located in this state…

I’ve seen their prepaid gift cards in local stores…so, I figure they’ve got to have one somewhere relatively local.

I cant see myself becoming a regular customer, however, for multiple reasons…one being, I don’t wish to support a company that would inhibit the freedom of others.

What a crappy thing to do…And how crappy is it, to make that the trade off for merely trying and enjoying their product?!


Date: August 31, 2019

01) The SECRET Trump Is DESPERATE To Hide

“Is this Trump’s BIGGEST secret? Cenk Uygur and Ana Kasparian, hosts of The Young Turks, break it down.

“Deutsche Bank said in a court filing Tuesday that it has tax returns relevant to House Democrats’ subpoenas for financial records of President Trump, his family and his businesses, but the bank didn’t publicly identify whose returns it had.

The name or names of the individuals or entities whose tax returns Deutsche Bank has were redacted in the version of the document posted on the federal courts’ public legal database.

The bank also said in its letter to a federal appeals court in New York that it has tax returns “related to parties not named in the Subpoenas but who may constitute ‘immediate family’ within the definition provided in the Subpoenas.”