The Uninformed States of America
About This Show
Welcome to The Uninformed States of America Podcast with Mike Riley. A show where we discuss the disillusion amongst the American electorate and what to do about it.
We are looking to get to the bottom of this whole "Government Thing."
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TheUSAPodcastEp056 - 02_15_18 - A Conversation with Jess Phoenix, St.Valentines Day Massacre and Let Them Eat Infrastructure
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A. 1st Segment: A Conversation with Jess Phoenix
Tonight we have JESS PHOENIX, She is a scientist, a geologist in fact who studies volcanoes. She is dedicated to bringing science to government, and has real plans in place on all the issues.
SHE IS RUNNING AGINST REPUBLICAN INCUMBENT STEVE KNIGHT IN CA’S 25TH DISTRICT.
California's 25th congressional district is a congressional district in the U.S. state of California that covers part of northern Los Angeles County and part of Ventura County. It includes the cities of Santa Clarita, Simi Valley, Palmdale, Lancaster, and the northern part of the San Fernando Valley. It is the most Republican congressional district to be located primarily in Los Angeles County
2nd Segment: St. Valentines Day Massacre 2018
This week, The United States of America suffered another deadly massacre, which took the lives of 17 people at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, FL.
Once again the shooter used the weapon that has been used over and over again in these types of incidents. In the wake of another mass killing by assault rifle, what are we as a country prepared to do?
In this segment we, once again, discuss mass shootings, guns and what is with the reluctance of The Republican Party to act!
3rd Segment: Let them eat Infrastructure
This week Donald Trump rolled out his proposed budget, which included massive cuts to entitlement programs as well as his proposed infrastructure budget.
What is infrastructure and what will it take for us to build it?
Do we need to invest in our own infrastructure or should we allow private corporations to do it?
Should we be cutting entitlement benefits for those who need it like those who are benefitting from SNAP?