Drift Compatible Podcast 8

So, we failed. Utterly. Alex and I realized that the podcasts had been getting fairly lengthy, so we set out this week to curtail that…..and recorded the longest podcast so far.


I think Alex really is going to start setting a timer next week.

But as for this week, we talk Russia, Hillary’s flagrant lawlessness, Walker’s Ag Subsidy pandering, a new Crusade, reliance on govt, menstruating deer, Alex insulting me over my binary view of things, books and, of course, we wander about all over the place.

As always, hope you enjoy the content and thanks for sticking around.


The Ghosts by Jonathon Moeller

Divergent Series by Veronica Roth

Valkyrie Rising by Ingrid Paulson

Delta of Venus by Anais Nin

Decipher by Stel Pavlou

The Love Letter by Cathleen Schine

3 thoughts on “Drift Compatible Podcast 8

  1. I really enjoy the podcast but they are a little long. It usually means I can’t listen to the entire episode.

  2. Now that Ace has gone Democrat, one thing he talked about was proposing legislation that hurt Democrat constituencies. I had an idea that actually might work and wouldn’t just be a matter of outbidding Democrats.

    The plan is to require that any college or university that receives Federal loans/grants can only charge undergraduate tuition and fees based on the minimum wage earnings of someone working 30 hours/week for three months and 10 hours/week for nine months. That would work out to $5,655 per year for two semesters or three quarters. You could even fiddle with it a little and say 50% or 100% more than that. A school could charge as much as they wanted for room and board but only if they do not require you to live on campus. If required to live on campus, then the room and board is the same amount as charged for tuition. A person then could expect to pay $11,310 for college per year if required to live on campus.

    The benefits of this plan are that it would get kids to working minimum wage jobs again since it is actually possible to cover most of the college expense. It limits universities from their insane cost increases. Suddenly the position of the Assistant to the Vice President of Gender Equality might not be worth keeping.

    The main drawback is there will be more of a push for increasing the minimum wage.

    Finally, sorry this is so long buy you have set the example with your podcasts, you can even have fun with immigration. Make the fine for anyone caught hiring illegals to be that four students get free tuition for four years per illegal hired. If you are the person providing the tip, you get one of those scholarships.

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