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Greedy Government Could Be Our Downfall

Episode #16  |  December 30th, 2020
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In This Episode:

Freedom is not for sale – especially not for $2,000. Our spendthrift Congress continues to up the refund value in the hopes to pass more legislature without anyone noticing, but there are still many people with their eyes and ears open. While Mitch McConnell has temporarily halted progress, the stimulus will still happen at some point.  The legendary Neil Grossman, mathematician, physicist and former Executive Director at JPMorganChase, returns to dissect the government’s spending as a systemic risk to the future. Then, Phil Kerpen, president of American Commitment, explains why despite massive increased lockdowns, California is at an all-time high for Coronavirus cases, proving that government mandates aren’t helping. For more from Trish Regan follow her on twitter @Trish_Regan & visit 


Neil Grossman

Former European Central Banker, former hedge fund investor, physicist, mathematician and attorney with an interest in constitutional law
Neil Grossman (retired) spent the last two decades in the financial industry working as a proprietary trader, asset manager and market-maker. In particular, he has traded liquid products in major markets around the globe, with particular emphasis on arbitrage-related strategies.

Phil Kerpen

President of American Commitment
Phil Kerpen is president of American Commitment, a nationally syndicated columnist, chairman of the Internet Freedom Coalition, and author of the 2011 book Democracy Denied.
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