The Politics of Pandemic Relief: A podcast

I’m not a huge fan of the NY Times, mostly due to Stenographer-In-Chief Haberman as well as their puff pieces along the order of “Are All Nazis Bad?” But, I still listen to The Daily, a (ahem) daily podcast typically built around one topic and spanning on average 30 minutes. Today’s episode covered the politics of the back-and-forth between the first and a possible second stimulus package. It covers the popularity and effectiveness of the first one (ignoring the long term ramifications), the hold up on the second, the additional federal supplement, the farce of the recent executive orders, and … Continue reading The Politics of Pandemic Relief: A podcast