April 4th: Ukraine, The Climate, Jobs, The Supreme Court

Lou welcomes back Taras Kuzio to discuss the latest on Russia and Ukraine. Taras Kuzio, a professor of Political Science, has written 17 books and has a PHD in political science with a specialty in Ukrainian nation building and national identity. What’s Russia’s endgame? How do we stop the madman Putin? How does this all end?

Next, Jenni asks Lou about the Antarctica heat wave that is currently 70 degrees above normal. This is unheard of in the history of climatology. What can we do to raise awareness & be proactive in solving this imminent problem? Next, to lighten the mood, Lou gives Dan some tips on having a full head of hair at the age of 70.

Lou gives his opinion on whether or not Supreme Court Clarence Thomas should resign or be impeached over his wife’s January 6th repeated texts to then White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows to overturn Trump’s 2020 Election Loss. Should Thomas resign? Lou ends the show discussing the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Job Openings and Labor Turnover recent release that there are 11.3 million job openings. How are people affording these skyrocketing prices in gas, groceries, and commodities if they’re not working?

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