I shared a video yesterday from Hugo Talks, whose take on the Will Smith-Chris Rock slap was that it was not only staged, but staged because of a new Pfizer drug. Rock's joke referenced Jada Pinkett-Smith's hair, which is currently very short, an issue she has discussed in the past as she suffers from alopecia. I think that even if the event was real, this is a great time to talk about how special interests jump on trending topics to frame the narrative to their benefit.
Journalists are now being pressured to say "climate emergency" instead of climate change. Todd Myers is Environmental Director at the Washington Policy Center and Author of "Time to Think Small: How Nimble Environmental Technologies Can Solve the Planet's Biggest Problems."
The IRS is "reminding" people that they must "answer a digital asset question and report all digital asset-related income" when filing 2022 tax returns. Chris Whalen CPA is here to answer questions. FULL LIVESTREAM IS ONLY AVAILABLE HERE with Whalen's answers to your questions.
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Cpt. Robert Snow is my guest tomorrow. He will be talking about being forced to get the COVID 19 vaccine to keep his job - then months later, suffering cardiac arrest minutes after landing an American Airlines plane. He has been very public about his concern for airline pilots who were forced to get the Covid vaccines. What would you like to know? Leave questions below. Thanks so much!
There is new pressure on journalists to start using the term “climate emergency”. Todd Myers is coming on tomorrow to discuss. He is Environmental Director at the Washington Policy Center and gets more side-eye in Seattle than anyone I ever interviewed about the environment. He was the first person who ever emailed me to say “hey plastic bag bans don’t do what the politicians claim.” He is also author of “Time to Think Small: How Nimble Environmental Technologies Can Solve the Planet's Biggest Problems.” Any questions for Todd?