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We're Not Wrong

Jen Briney, Andrew Heaton and Justin Robert Young discuss the world of politics, government and media. They have never, and will never, be incorrect about anything. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

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Recent Episodes of We're Not Wrong


About Invoking the 25th Amendment on Biden and Teaching the Bible in Schools

About Invoking the 25th Amendment on Biden and Teaching the Bible in Schools

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The gang explore the possibility of invoking the 25th Amendment and the concerns about Biden's fitness for office. They also touch on the media's coverage of Biden's condition and the lack of transparency from the White House. They also discuss the directive by Oklahoma State Superintendent Ryan Walters to teach the Bible in public schools.


Chapters


00:00 The Importance (or Lack Thereof) of Outfit Choices

12:13 Controversy Surrounding Joe Biden's Cognitive Abilities

31:45 Limited Options...

Episode 11 July 2024 1h, 38m and 25s


About Biden Dropping Out and Presidential Immunity

About Biden Dropping Out and Presidential Immunity

The gang discuss is the concern about Joe Biden's performance in the presidential debate and his ability to serve as president due to his apparent cognitive decline. They debate whether Biden should stay the course, refuse the nomination, or resign as president. 


The conversation discusses the Supreme Court ruling on presidential immunity and the impact it may have on future prosecutions of former presidents. 


Chapters


06:41 Debate Performance and Implications for the Democratic Party


57:10 Debate on the implications of the ruling: abuse of power vs. protection


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Episode 4 July 2024 1h, 45m and 15s


About Julian Assange and Paywalls (and Debates)

About Julian Assange and Paywalls (and Debates)

The gang discusses the upcoming presidential debate and the frustrations with the corporate media's control over the event. Also, the release of Julian Assange from prison and the implications for press freedom. Finally, the New York Times' plan to put its top podcast behind a paywall. 


Chapters


00:00 Surviving the Texas Heat

32:51 Impartiality and Corporate Influence in the Debate Format

42:18 The Case of Julian Assange

01:04:54 The New York Times' Paywall

01:18:01 The Power Dynamics of Influential Individuals



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Episode 27 June 2024 1h, 43m and 25s


About Cheap Fakes and Banning SUV Advertisements in Scotland

About Cheap Fakes and Banning SUV Advertisements in Scotland

The gang discusses the concept of 'cheap fakes' in relation to Joe Biden and the unfairness of manipulating videos to misrepresent his actions. It also touches on the concerns about Biden's cognitive decline and the need for a more capable leader. 


Also, the effectiveness of advertising bans, using the example of banning fossil fuel advertisements in Edinburgh. 


Chapters


00:00 Introduction and Setting the Tone

20:51 Unfair Portrayal: The Concept of 'Cheap Fakes'

28:54 Concerns about Biden's Cognitive Abilities

34:45 The Limitations of the Democratic Party

39:22 The Imp...

Episode 20 June 2024 2h, 3m and 28s


About Corporate Media's Death Spiral and Project 2025

About Corporate Media's Death Spiral and Project 2025

The gang discusses the decline of the Washington Post and the challenges faced by traditional media outlets. Also, Project 2025, a policy plan from right-wing groups outlining potential changes for a second Trump administration. Is it the doom of the Republic?


Chapters


00:00 Introduction: Four Kinds of French People


10:42 The Decline of the Washington Post and Traditional Media


23:15 The Importance of Local Journalism and its Decline


25:38 Exploring New Models for the Future of Media


30:17 The Future of Journalism and the Potential Impact of...

Episode 13 June 2024 1h, 43m and 44s


About Trump's Felony Convictions and the Libertarian Party Convention

About Trump's Felony Convictions and the Libertarian Party Convention

The gang delves into the legal and political implications of the Trump trial, exploring the themes of presidential immunity, political motivations, and the impact on the upcoming election. The conversation then covers their experience at the Libertarian Party convention, the selection of the party's nominee, the dynamics between different factions within the party, and the future prospects of the party.



Chapters


00:00 Insights from Poker with Hedge Fund Billionaires


03:18 The Trump Convictions and Trial Fairness


10:33 Fundraising Impact on the 2024 Election


59:21 Libertarian Party...

Episode 6 June 2024 2h, 16m and


About Alito's Flags and Nikki Haley (LIVE IN WASHINGTON DC)

About Alito's Flags and Nikki Haley (LIVE IN WASHINGTON DC)

The gang arrive in DC. They tour the capitol! They can't get the AC to work!


First, they judge Supreme Court justice Samuel Alito's choice of flags. Should he recuse himself from cases involving January 6th?


Second, Nikki Haley has bent the knee to Donald Trump. Should we be surprised?


Recorded May 24th at the Anacostia Arts Center in Washington D.C.



00:00 Life in the Nation's Capital


04:35 Exploring the Capitol


13:21 Judges and Political Statements


15:12 Legitimacy...

Episode 30 May 2024 1h, 36m and 28s


About Javier Milei's Early Success and Work Life Balance

About Javier Milei's Early Success and Work Life Balance

They also touch on the economic policies of Javier Milei in Argentina and the debate around austerity measures. The conversation explores the need for better work-life balance laws in the United States, particularly regarding paid time off (PTO). Also, the difference between psychopaths, sociopaths, and narcissists, and the need for independent debates in politics.


00:00 Beverage Preferences and Zoning Reforms

07:10 Andrew Heaton's Unexpected Role at the Libertarian Party Convention

21:44 The Impact of Milei Shock Therapy on Argentina's Economy

29:12 The Challenges and Trade-Offs of Rebooting an Economy

48:12 The Reluctance of...

Episode 23 May 2024 1h, 30m and 38s


About The Debate Deal and DNC Protests

About The Debate Deal and DNC Protests

We have breaking news! Debates are happening!


The gang discusses the Commission on Presidential Debates and the decision by the Biden campaign to cut ties with them. They also express their opinions on the proposed format for the debates and the need for more transparency in the process. The conversation discusses the history and flaws of the Commission on Presidential Debates (CPD) and the potential changes to the format of the upcoming debates.


They then discuss Democratic Party and the upcoming DNC convention and their reported plan to minimize possible protest by virtualizing...

Episode 16 May 2024 1h, 45m and 22s


About Killing Credit Card Points and Trains Becoming Popular

About Killing Credit Card Points and Trains Becoming Popular

The gang discusses the Durbin Marshall credit card bill and its potential impact on consumers and businesses. The bill aims to introduce competition in the credit card industry by allowing businesses to choose payment networks other than Visa and MasterCard. Proponents argue that this will lower costs and benefit consumers, while critics warn that it could lead to the reduction or elimination of credit card rewards programs. 


They also discuss trains. 



00:00 Introduction and Host Banter

09:20 Discussion of the Durbin Marshall credit card bill

28:43 The lobbying efforts of...

Episode 9 May 2024 1h, 36m and 18s

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