Posts filed under: Podcast

  The American press conference is one of the sought-out activities by the general public for its subtle surprises. Every word and punctuation mark from President Joe Biden will be labeled to everyone’s ears. While that sounds collectively obedient, not...
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  We were taught not to dirty the environment. However, as we proceeded to grow and progress, we gradually slipped from our original promises to our surroundings. Losing our environmental responsibilities has extended our shortcoming to the point that we...
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  Every action and every deed as a politician is etched into people’s minds. Realism tells us that people will only recall the wrong and immoral bits in every situation, even if you are still in the process of facing...
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  Society’s overall moral high ground is like a goalpost that constantly moves from one place to another throughout the years. Without it firmly rooted to the ground, many situations we typically consider wrong or unacceptable in the past may...
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  When only the soundbite matters, will America know what it actually stands for? The media so easily creates a soundbite from a sliver of truth and then spins a narrative it wants to promote, while the listeners choose which...
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  Donald Trump has resurfaced in the public eye at the CPA Conference and rolls out his greatest hits of labeling and diagnosing everyone who he sees as a threat. In this episode, Bill Stierle and Tom dive deep into...
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  Conflict creates tension. However, there’s a lot of money that can be made by selling something, taking it away, and then injecting the fear of missing out into a person. Although conflicts keep loyalty close, when you’re buying and...
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  Capitalism, done the American way, has a way of messing up with people when it comes to serious supply and demand situations. We have seen this unfold during the early days of the pandemic, when the government structured its...
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