Show notes - September 21, 2019

Segment 1 | It's easy to talk tough. It's much harder (but far more important) to be resolute.

Segment 2 | Totally Unnecessary Debate of the Day: How do you like your steak?

Segment 3 | How much could Warren Buffett charge as "tuition" for someone to become his next protege? Apparently his current protege thinks she's learned as much as she can and is moving on. After all, Buffett knows more than anyone else about the primal forces of investing.

Segment 4 | What's so funny? Certainly nothing is hilarious about poking at other people with pointless racial slurs.

Segment 5 | Montana Governor Steve Bullock is running for President. What's his elevator pitch? Why should people take him seriously?

Segment 6 | With only one governor left in the Democratic race for President, how is the job different -- and important -- for shaping the next POTUS? Part 2 of our interview with Montana Gov. Steve Bullock.

Segment 7 | What motivates Steve Bullock to run for President? Has he been after the job since junior high school? The third and final part of our interview.

Segment 8 | Do we get that Congress is the Article I branch of government for a reason? It's not just coincidental. It's deliberate and it's important. Especially when it comes to a President's conduct of foreign affairs.

 
 
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