#110 Conservative Infighting With Henry Szamota

by | Nov 25, 2019

#110 Conservative Infighting With Henry Szamota

by | Nov 25, 2019

Happy Thanksgiving! Henry Szamota of The Bro History Podcast joins the show to discuss the best topics one should bring up over Thanksgiving dinner with the fam: politics and religion.

Henry and I cover the latest developments of the ongoing conservative infighting, US foreign policy, The Federal Reserve, and how bitcoin could save the world.

Honestly, there’s no reason on God’s green Earth NOT to talk about this stuff with the family as you carve your Thanksgiving dinosaur and guzzle down mashed potatoes and cranberry sauce…I didn’t mean together, but you do you.

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