David Reavill

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Episodes

14 hours ago

It’s a fitting question on this Memorial Day, 2024. After all, this is the day we set aside to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice to defend this country. From Arlington Cemetery to the Punch Bowl in Honolulu, a sea of white crosses marks the graves of those who have fallen.

24 hours ago

It’s a fitting question on this Memorial Day, 2024. After all, this is the day we set aside to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice to defend this country. From Arlington Cemetery to the Punch Bowl in Honolulu, a sea of white crosses marks the graves of those who have fallen.

2 days ago

It’s a fitting question on this Memorial Day, 2024. After all, this is the day we set aside to remember those who have made the ultimate sacrifice to defend this country. From Arlington Cemetery to the Punch Bowl in Honolulu, a sea of white crosses marks the graves of those who have fallen.

4 days ago

Virtually the entire country falls into the consumer sector. With very few exceptions, we all shop. We all need to purchase the necessities of life, like clothing and groceries. Sometimes, we buy major durable goods like furniture and automobiles.

4 days ago

Virtually the entire country falls into the consumer sector. With very few exceptions, we all shop. We all need to purchase the necessities of life, like clothing and groceries. Sometimes, we buy major durable goods like furniture and automobiles.

5 days ago

Virtually the entire country falls into the consumer sector. With very few exceptions, we all shop. We all need to purchase the necessities of life, like clothing and groceries. Sometimes, we buy major durable goods like furniture and automobiles.

5 days ago

America's stimulus-powered economic growth peaked in 2021, principally powered by stimulus “income”; the economy “grew” at a remarkable 5.8%. However, this was achieved by increasing the Government Deficit by nearly 10%, a mountain of debt the interest of which must now be paid.

6 days ago

America's stimulus-powered economic growth peaked in 2021, principally powered by stimulus “income”; the economy “grew” at a remarkable 5.8%. However, this was achieved by increasing the Government Deficit by nearly 10%, a mountain of debt the interest of which must now be paid.

6 days ago

America's stimulus-powered economic growth peaked in 2021. Powered principally by stimulus “income,” the economy “grew” at a remarkable 5.8%. But this was achieved by increasing the Government Deficit by nearly 10%, a mountain of debt, the interest of which must now be paid.

7 days ago

America's stimulus-powered economic growth peaked in 2021, powered principally by stimulus “income”, the economy “grew” at a remarkable 5.8%. But this was achieved by increasing the Government Deficit by nearly 10%, a mountain of debt the interest of which must now be paid.

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