Robin Hood Economics [PODCAST]

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In this episode, I discuss the ignorance of the Robin Hood Economics that was introduced during the State of the Union.

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Meat and Potatoes

Ronald Reagan said:

“The problem is not that people are taxed too little, the problem is that government spends too much.”

Just as we predicted, Obama wants to give you everything for free. Including:

  • free health care
  • free pay raise
  • preschool
  • 2 years of community college
  • sick days at work
  • tax cuts

Honestly, there’s really only one little thing wrong with his idea of ‘Middle Class Economics.’ Free isn’t really free when someone else has to pay for it. Then again, what the heck is middle class economics? It’s just another made up term for taking from the rich and giving to the poor. You know, Robin Hood Economics.

Lost and Found

Have you ever lost a roll of film? Probably not. But, with the help of Rescued Film Project, 31 rolls of WWII film were recovered.

Who Said That?

On the anniversary of Roe v. Wade, Republicans in Washington tried to put a stop to abortions after 20 weeks. One MSNBC host had something to say about the ‘minuscule’ amount of abortions that this bill would cover. Only problem? He should have just kept his mouth shut!

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