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About the Podcast

Unfiltered. Unwavering. Hard Hitting. Informative.

Each week, the American Consequences podcast dives deep into fiscal and monetary policy, politics, and economics. You’ll get a view of the FED, the White House, and the World like nowhere else. Subscribe to stay up-to-date on the biggest guests and the best analysis, all with the signature Trish Regan insight.


Episode #46  |  July 29, 2021
P.J. O’Rourke: Power-Hungry Leaders Revel in COVID Shutdowns

American Consequences Editor-in-Chief and best-selling author P.J. O’Rourke joins Trish in this episode and they dive into a variety of topics, including his updated blockbuster book Eat the Rich that he’s giving away for free at P.J. talks with Trish about the current resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, the state of small businesses, masks, shutdowns, and inflated prices of goods and services.  P.J. isn’t President Biden’s biggest fan and worries that the administration will impose more lockdowns should health concerns continue. 


P.J. O'Rourke
Episode #45  |  July 22, 2021
Real Inflation & How to Protect your Retirement

Trish welcomes in Stansberry Research’s Dr. David Eifrig - Publisher of Retirement Millionaire, which shows readers how to live a millionaire lifestyle on less money than you’d imagine possible. Trish and Dr. Eifrig discuss the U.S. dollar and lack of purchasing power, plus they give retirement insights that help safeguard from the increasingly centralized economy. Learn what percentage of your portfolio should be in Gold. Do Corporate Bonds have a part? What about US Treasures? Doc explains. Does the 60/40 asset allocation model still hold up? Trish talks the important topics in today’s climate with one of the most renowned Retirement Experts in the world.


Dr. David Eifrig
Episode #44  |  July 15, 2021
What A Big Tech Break Up Could Mean for Investors

While the politicians in D.C. figure out how to rein in the country’s biggest technology companies, Trish Regan gives the listener insights on why break up of these behemoths aren't all about power and control, but could also be a money making event for investors. Trish welcomes back Lord Conrad Black who gives insight on shadow banning, political freedom of speech, monopolies and how to publish and invest in this ever evolving and complicated digital age.


Lord Conrad Black
Episode #43  |  July 7, 2021
Investing Around Inflation: “Developing a Game Plan for Financial Success”

Join me and senior financial analyst of Stansberry Research, Scott Garliss, on the show this week as we discuss everything from trends in the S&P 500, lessons learned from Scott’s 20-plus years on Wall Street, hot industries poised for growth, and where to act in the market NOW.


Scott Garliss
Episode #42  |  June 30, 2021
Antitrust, Free Speech, and Amazon: Not all Monopolies Are Alike

Columbia Professor John Coffee, an expert in securities law, joins Trish to stress the urgency of dismantling Big Tech while noting the legislative and legal willpower required to hold companies like Facebook and Apple accountable.The two also discuss the EU’s suit against Google, the predatory practices of app stores, and why corporate crime so often goes unpunished.


John C. Coffee, Jr.
Episode #41  |  June 23, 2021
Cyber Crime – The Biggest Threat to America’s Safety

Our companies and citizens are all potential victims of a winking Putin’s state-sanctioned hacking pirates. His cyber minions gun from their keyboards to disrupt our power and food sectors, the very bedrocks of our civilization. Morgan Wright, a cybersecurity and digital terrorism analyst, tells Trish Regan that the Colonial Pipeline attack was a watershed moment for the U.S., alerting us to the visceral repercussions of hacker attacks. And he hopes this newly heightened national vigilance will translate into actual policy change and personal accountability as our country battens down our digital hatches.  


Morgan Wright
Episode #40  |  June 16, 2021
The Energy Overlap: Can Oil and Green Co-Exist?

With Green Energy initiatives front and center at the G7 summit, the commitment to renewable energy is gaining steam on the international stage. Politics aside, this represents an undeniable opportunity for investors -- just ask BlackRock. Andrew Wheeler, former administrator of the EPA and current fellow at the Heritage Foundation think tank, is an equal-opportunity energy enthusiast who applauds advances in clean energy. But he illustrates the irony that our progress in the Green space often come at the expense of the environment and national security. The two also discuss the nuances of energy diplomacy, the realities of EV battery creation, and the hottest companies in the Green Energy sector.


Andrew Wheeler
Episode #39  |  June 9, 2021
We’ve Reached Peak Biden.

Renowned economist and author Stephen Moore returns with a searing take on Joe Biden and the financial landscape: with the President's Bernie Sanders' governing style experiencing pushback from moderate Democrats, it's clear the markets never took Uncle Joe seriously from the beginning. The two also discuss the absurdity of America’s labor shortage, the minimum global corporate tax, and the Left’s undying distrust of Big Business. 


Stephen Moore
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