Welcome back to the “Wealth, Actually” podcast and Happy New Year! As we start 2020, Haven (“The Pundificator”) and I are taking on “Impeachment”. With Nancy Pelosi’s withholding of the
I know it’s early, but don’t forget to vote on Tuesday. Voting is important. It forces us to dig in and be accountable for a civic choice and render an opinion on the direction of the town/city/state/country.
It was a treat to talk to my friend, Robert A. George, about the political landscape washing over New York, Washington, and the rest of the country. We cover Donald Trump and his initial stumbles, the departure of Preet
Trump: the Yard Sale In honor of the interesting, if disjointed, dialogue from the Trump campaign, here are some interesting, if disjointed, thoughts on his candidacy (to date) . . . Big Winners: Donald Trump’s “brand” . .
Look for the Benghazi and IRS flare-ups to be tempests in a tea-pot as the GOP squanders a temporary tactical advantage due to lack of cohesion and sufficiently developed leadership. Look for Gov. Andrew Cuomo to OK fracking in