A bunch of stories about how the MTA is still as broken as it was last year, when I recapped stuff in a podcast I reprised last week.
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President-Elect Donald Trump is not having an easy time.
Well, who knows what he expected. But it's no cakewalk.
And the band of family and sycophants that have been surrounding him are in-fighting like cats and dogs, desperately scratching to profit and remain in the mix.
Who loses? That's obvious – the American citizen, who voted for him or for any candidate. As well as the 48 percent of the American public that chose NOT to vote this year.
So the verdict came in shortly after my last true crime podcast and the defendant was found....well, real guilty.
Yes, it's another election-based podcast mostly about Donald Trump.
WikiLeaks released another batch of emails purportedly from Hillary Clinton's campaign chief of staff John Podesta.
It sounds like a broken record but it's more indicative of a broken political system.
This week's podcast returns to the theme of minor obsessions.
My standing workstation is two cardboard boxes.
As much as I hate to talk about Donald Trump, the man provides endless material every time he opens his hateful mouth.
The CEO of Mylan, makers of the EpiPen, announced that the cost of the life-saving devices would skyrocket to $600. There was an uproar, but that didn't affect the price. In fact, the company announced a generic brand for half the price. Why? Why indeed.