Wed, 24 February 2016
In the private FB group, I've seen a lot of posts from people saying they're going to bit the bullet and vote for Trump. I've even heard some libertarians say they're going to vote for Sanders! Now, I think you should vote your conscience and I'm never going to criticize someone for doing that, but it makes me wonder how effective my message has been.
How many times have we talked about how dangerous and potentially tyrannical a Trump presidency would be? I've outlined what I felt was a very solid case using Trump's own words. And don't get me started on Sanders. I could fill an hour every day correcting the madness that guy spews on a daily basis.
For all the work I've done, people are still contemplating a vote for what they believe is the lesser of two evils. Let's stop that foolishness now. Let's stand on principle and cast aside the notion that this is a team sport. This is about principle not party to coin the overused political slogan and today on the show I'll share more on why I think a vote cast in principle is better than one cast to block an opponent.
We'll also take a look at Japan. They recently moved to negative interest rates and you won't believe what the population is doing in response. (Well you would if you listened to this show because I predicted it.)
Finally, we'll take a look at the damages trade barriers like tariffs, and bureaucratic red tape has on an economy by analyzing recent moves in the British pound as they contemplate leaving the EU.
Lots of great stuff all week this week. The last thing, I'll be gone tomorrow as Darren, and I travel to Students for Liberty. We'll be broadcasting live from there Friday and I'm hoping to find some great interviews to share with you.