Thursday, April 15, 2010

Episode 10: The Tea Party won't stop America's crash


In "celebration" of "Tax Day":

Pete nails a clueless Boston Globe columnist on his portrayal of the modern Tea Party movement as being anti-tax and therefore anti-American.

What debate does America really need to have about government and taxes?

Do Americans think their taxes are too high, or about right? Surprising changes to this survey over the past ten years, and more changes to come.

Although the Tea Party activities are worthwhile, and have laudable goals, why will the energies invested into this and other political activities fail to keep America from "hitting the wall"?

What does it mean to "hedge your bets BOTH WAYS when it comes to America's future?

Why are we likely to experience a "V-shaped" economic recovery? Why will it be short lived?

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