PIIP Lately #21 – Biden solves Systemic Racism, Fighting COVID Madness and Fines, and More!

Biden has promised to cure cancer and diabetes and get rid of systemic racism. I guess this is why he said ‘you ain’t black’ if you don’t vote for him. Biden thinks so little of minority populations (including black Americans) that he thinks such platitudes and ridiculous statements will actually be accepted by these communities. How stupid does he think African-Americans and Latinos are?

People are getting fined for working during COVID. One gym owner got fined 15k. Don’t expect government, people who get paid no matter what (because they get paid by taking our money), to understand business people and to appreciate that in the real world, not government world, you actually have to produce results for people and offering something of value if you want to get paid.

PIIP 20: What Conservatism Gets Right and Wrong

Conservatism is a political and social philosophy promoting traditional social institutions in the context of culture and civilization. The central tenets of conservatism include traditionorganic societyhierarchyauthority, and property rights.

There are many variants of conservatism, we discuss some of them at the beginning of the podcast, and then consider what we like and don’t like.

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PIIP Lately #20 – Wayne County GOP Members Bullied?, Obama Memoir, Pelosi Speaker Again

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Two Republicans on Wayne County Board of Canvassers claimed in signed affidavits Wednesday that they were bullied into siding with Democrats and have now rescinded their votes to certify. We discuss what this could mean.

Obama released his Memoir. We discuss some things in it that we found interesting.

And Nancy Pelosi will be Speaker once again. Are you surprised?

PIIP Lately #19 – The Truth about Election Irregularities and Biden’s ‘Progressive’ Cabinet

Mail-in ballots are inherently more likely to be fraudulent due to the difference in process compared to in-person voting.  The Trump administration, like any administration, has every right to take legal action because of perceived irregularities on election day. These irregularities are not necessarily instances of fraud but are odd situations that don’t have reasonable explanations. But don’t get it mistaken. The odds of overcoming the Biden lead and proving fraud is very unlikely, and we discuss why.

Nevertheless, some of the current litigation is relevant more broadly and goes beyond overturning the Biden election win. We discuss what appears to be a clear overreach of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court. The Court changed aspects of the states election laws as passed by the State legislature. This is not the job of a court. We explain why this is not their job and the context of how they changed the law.

Finally, Biden is considering his cabinet. The cabinet is surely Progressive if race/sexuality/gender interest you but diversity of thought is absent.

PIIP Lately #15 – Amy Coney Barrett Confirmation and Trump will be Re-Elected

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The confirmation hearings of Justice Amy Coney Barrett are concluding. We discuss how she performed and what to take away from them. US Senate Committee will vote on her nomination on October 22nd, 2020.

Ermin makes his prediction on who will win the election. After some research, (and a change of mind from his initial position), he explains why he thinks Trump will be re-elected.

PIIP Lately #14 – The Vice Presidential Debate (Harris vs. Pence)

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The first and only Vice Presidential debate took place on October 7th, 2020. Did Vice President Mike Pence do any better than Trump did? And what moments of the debate went viral on social media?

PIIP 17: Is Civil War in the United States Likely?

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Unfortunately, Ermin and Elvis have some experience with civil war. They fled Socialist Yugoslavia in late 91′. We weigh in on whether, and to what extent, the situation in the United States seems similar to the situation in the Former Yugoslavia.

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PIIP 16: How Excessive Intellectualization Leads You Astray: A Mathematical Perspective

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We explore the role of knowledge and intellectual thought in politics. We will do it through a mathematical lens…but don’t worry, we won’t be asking you to solve any equations. Math is simply a different way of thinking about the world, and it allows you to express thoughts into numbers. We will focus exclusively on the thinking aspect.

The main idea is this: No knowledge is often better than some knowledge if the latter is bad knowledge. ‘Bad’ in our definition is simply the inability to remove noise from the actual meaning/or signal of message.

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