Ep. 72 Harvard Slave Photos & Georgia Men’s Reproductive Rights Bill

This week John, aka Mr. Otter, flies solo and discusses the contradictory ideals of the left, Georgia Politicians trying to regulate men’s reproductive organs, and how to improve public forums. Follow us on Twitter @PoliticalOtters Check Out Our Store Page: OttersTalkingPolitics.com/store/ Sources Suing Over Slave Photos https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2019/03/20/harvard-university-sued-descendants-slaves-over-photos-renty/3213537002/?fbclid=IwAR10dPrheOAVSUW3BCvtv_ySwJLNq62vas-M_UP7Ak6XW5BCmZWfFXR412g Georgia Politician Proposes Testicular Rights …

Ep. 71 California Pauses the Death Penalty

  This week the otters discuss Gov. of California Gavin Newsom’s hold on the death penalty in California. Sources Gavin Newsom Halts Death Penalty: https://www.cnn.com/2019/03/12/politics/gavin-newsom-california-death-penalty/index.html   Check out We Do Better: http://wedobetter.org/ Follow us on Twitter @PoliticalOtters Check Out our Website: Otterstalkingpolitics.com

Ep. 68 Excessive State Fines & Sub-Minimum Wages

This week the Otters Discuss the Supreme Courts ruling against states lofting heavy punishments for crimes and how fighting for minimum wage for handicapped people may not be in their best interest. Follow us on Twitter @PoliticalOtters Support Advocates for Self-Government: theadvocates.org References Limitations to State Fines: SCOTUS Blog : Reason Handicapped Minimum …

Universal Basic Income and It’s Place in Current Politics

There is major economic issue re-brewing on the horizon. The issue is the perceived arrival of increasing job scarcity and Universal Basic Income being the solution. No more perfect a candidate understands just the issue of job scarcity than Andrew Yang. In his tour for President, Andrew Yang has met …

Ep 67. San Jose Housing Crisis & California College Athletes

This week The Otters discuss how San Jose City Council may be coming around to the idea of a free market housing industry, California thinking about giving college athletes their dues, and Chicago’s attempt to bring memes into gun laws. Follow us on Twitter @PoliticalOtters Support Advocates for Self-Government: theadvocates.org References …

A 4th Branch of Government

Our first president, George Washington, lamented the idea of a party system, but our second President, John Adams, seemed to understand that with the type of government they had just created the two party system was inevitable. In order to allocate more power to proper representation and therefore to the …