The beauty industry is way more heavily regulated than it needs to be. Hairstylists, nail technicians and other beauty professionals have to spend years in school and pay thousands of dollars in licensing fees to cut hair, do nails and waxings, and similar services legally.
It's a mess, and my guest tonight believes she has the solution to it.
Alex Hatch is the founder of Mantifly, a free market online marketplace for clients to find mobile beauty professionals, and she has a plan to completely revolutionize the industry, while creating jobs and lowering prices in the process.
Fauci has his emails released to the public and whether you hated or loved him before they came out, you still do today -- only more so. We delve into some of the emails and why none of it matters.
Plus, AOC and Matt Walsh go toe-to-toe and neither side blinks. There's a new global corporate tax, The Supreme Court decided some stuff, and a California judge compares the AR-15 to a… Swiss Army Knife?
Oh, and a Personal Injury Attorney, Chris Reynolds, Attorney-at-Law Anchor Call in Moment!
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Ever wonder how GSM mutual aid and data analytics on political campaigns go together?
Ari Gabrek worked on the Jorgenson/Cohen campaign as a Volunteer Data Analytics Assistant, and is joining Matt to discuss queer mutual aid and GSM mutual aid on the local level, and data analytics on campaigns.
Liz Terwilliger is running for Congress as a Libertarian for Pennsylvania’s 12th Congressional District! Join us as we talk to her about the campaign and what she wants to see change in our government.
David Chipman sat in front of the Senate last week and had the inability to answer the simplest of questions: What is your definition of an assault weapon? Find out what else he said, or didn’t say tonight!
Also, #supremecourt rules on tribal police roles, Creepy Joe Biden is back, and Amtrack wants billions for people to not ride the trains.
You can't make any kind of complex item without having a good supply chain in place.
Whether we're talking about automobiles, homes, vaccines and medications, clothing, or pretty much anything else, you need to be able to get the raw materials, the tools to make them into your product, and the means to market and distribute them.
Economic nationalists and woke "fairness" advocates clearly don't understand how supply chains work, and we all suffer when their policies are implemented.
How do we combat this nonsense so we can get the things we need? My guest tonight is Deidre McClosky, she's an Economics Professor at the University of Illinois in Chicago, and we're going to talk about exactly that.