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American Consequences with Trish Regan Podcast

Thanks for your interest in the American Consequences podcast! 

Each week, we take a deep dive into the latest political and financial happenings… But you won’t hear generic mainstream soundbites on our show — American Consequences pulls back the curtain on what’s really happening.

Check out my American Consequences podcast on your favorite podcast app or listen right here on New episodes are released every Wednesday – don’t miss a single one!

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I speak with luminary insiders to get real insights on the nation’s top stories, whether I’m chatting with Ron Paul about Big Tech or getting stock market tips from the original Wolf of Wall Street, Jordan Belfort. 

I get to work in tandem with some of the nation’s sharpest thought leaders, from the radio powerhouse Buck Sexton to the literary giant P.J. O’Rourke. We take an unfiltered look at the stories that matter most, from the country’s economic wellbeing to the GameStop frenzy.

If you’re looking for an episode to start with, check out Episode 19, where economist Stephen Moore broke down Biden’s new stimulus bill while activist Sara Goff shared ways to bridge the partisan divide. 

  • According to Stephen Moore, Biden’s new spending bill is less of a COVID relief bill and more of a ‘Bernie Sanders wish list.’
  • Under the relief bill, two-thirds of unemployed Americans will make more staying at home than going back to work, per congressional budget office numbers.
  • The stimulus plan, while helping some Americans in the short-term, may ultimately destroy five million jobs.
  • A 100 million vaccines in 100 days is worth a shot – but it would work best with the private sector handling distribution.
  • To have a constructive political conservation, attempt the following: Respect, Reiterate, Encourage, Agree to Disagree, Leave it Open-Ended.

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