Episode #133: The People are the Answer

Part 1 of Episode 133 kicks off with a double dose of LMAYT and then a dive into local stories including a gas powered leaf blower ban in Seattle and Governor Jay Inslee FINALLY giving up his emergency powers (just in time for mid-terms). Part 2, is a throwback to classic SOS while Don and Offie go over many of the political topics that are likely to influence the coming mid-term elections including an update on the Trump/FBI scenario, a 15-week abortion ban introduced by Lindsay Graham, a quick side quest to discuss whether one leader will unite the nation or if the solution is the PEOPLE, then back on track with the recent debacle with migrants at Marthas vineyard. In Part 3, reviewing clips from VP Kamala Harris, Sec DHS Alejandro Mayorkas and others in government to break down the system of isolation and victimization they seem to have planned for everyone who tries to buck the current plan and then going over congressional races from around the country. In Part 4, the growing collusion between big tech companies and those who used to work for the intelligence state, and quick scroll down the street.

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Episode #130: Good Enough for Me (ft. Jake Lines)

On episode 130 Don and Offie start local (after LMAYT) with a PO business going under because of COVID fines, and finish with a 3 part example of WA state trying to limit your ability to defend yourself while violent crime rates sky rocket. In Part 2 the SOS State of the Union, discussing the record gas prices, record inflation as well as Jan 6., how we got here and where we may be headed. For Part 3 Jake Lines joins the show to discuss his theory of religion, truth, and the origin of rights. (This conversation gets a little hairy and down right circular). In Part 4 they are partially joined by Jake while discussing the record setting stock trades wins by the Husband of Nancy Pelosi, the arrest of 2 house Reps, and whether or not the President has cancer.

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Episode # 129 Just Joshin’

On episode 129 Don and Offie are joined by the one and only Josh Keaton. Part 1 starts with LMAYT and then after getting to know Josh, including his career path, the ways and whys he goes about teaching and a little about how he views the world, is closed out by a final wrap up on the case of Kennedy v. Bremerton School District. In Part 2, the Dobbs decision is dug into again including the laws already being passed, some of the practical effects, the abdication and false acceptance of governmental responsibility as well as how the roots of Roe are in our culture and must be dealt with there. The idea of a school voucher system as well as the role of education in our society, the pressures on the youth in our society and the way it affects their futures. In Part 3, the calls for student loan forgiveness and the rumors coming out of the White House in response as well as the roots of the issues and possible ways to fix it. A quick discussion about the “Don’t Say Gay” bill including its practical application and what we know so far, leads into a deep discussion about what James Lindsay describes as “a decades long Marxist plot” to subvert the culture of our country and the way it is manifesting in our public education system and what the long-term intents of that plot.

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Episode 128: Tears From a Big Bird

On episode 128 Don and Offie start off with a LMAYT by the big bird, then moving into local stories including why TONS of DUI cases are likely to be overturned, a new “retail theft taskforce” and some MORE unnecessary taxes due to governmental ineptitude. In Part 2 recent Supreme Court decisions are covered including the Dobbs case and the NY gun case, the two issues are compared and contrasted and followed by a deep discussion about the origin of our rights as humans and Americans. In Part 3 it is guns guns guns, starting by going over the recently passed gun control bill (signed the morning of this recording), as well as the additional gun control pushes being discussed. In Part 4 the grab bag is back and spits out a myriad of topics including updates in the Uvalde school shooting and the ban of Juuls by the FDA.

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Episode 127: Saloon Doors on Its Head

On episode 127 Don and Offie start off local in Part 1 with two Washington State Supreme Court rulings, one further limiting when federal officers can be sued and the other further enshrining racial discrimination into Washington State Law. In Part 2, the leaking of a draft opinion from the Supreme Court relating to Roe v. Wade, including potential motivations, whether the leak itself matters and how to move forward in an increasingly divided nation. In Part 3, a rough breakdown of what we know about the shooting in Uvalde, Texas and then a deep dive into the horrific takes and pushes to disarm the people of America. In Part 4, the grab bag overfloweth with topics including a foiled assassination attempt in Justice Brett Kavanaugh, the public hearings for Jan 6th have commenced and it doesn’t look good.

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