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So many Democrats seem to be running for the Democrat presidential nomination that Max gets confused in this radio version of Voice of the Radical Center.
Joined as ever by Ginger and Mike, each presenter gets to analyze a couple of the would be nominees. Ginger chooses one that Max has never heard of, while Max chose to talk about Beto O’Rourke who then decides is really Irish.
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Max starts the show by talking about the movie Weekend at Bernie’s, which makes him think of Weekend at Trumps.
But he then moves on to a serious note talking about the USS Wasp which was sunk in 1942, and an amazing letter an officer on the ship sent to his five year old son. Max contrasts this with Tucker Carlson’s character and other Fox News opinion heads. Finally, Max gets back to how insanely hard it is to get your kids into the correct college.
Max and the Voice of the Radical Center regulars, Ginger, and Counselor Mike are joined by Accountant Mark to discuss the every spiraling costs of sending a kid to college, and what can be done to lower the price, or to make it more accessible.
Unfortunately for the Voice of the Radical Center, even with their massive brain power, they cannot seem to solve the problem. Rest assured they will revisit the issue soon. Max then resorts to telling stories about how many weird hotels he has stayed in .
The Voice Of The Radical Center moves back to the live radio show, as Max, Ginger and Mike welcome guest Kevin Koym, founder of Austin based tech incubator Techridge to talk about what it means to start a company in today’s environment, how government policy can have negative or positive effects on starting a business, and anything else the team can dig into.
Naturally politics becomes part of the conversation as the gang also finds time to talk about inane questions from both the left and right towards Michael Cohen, and Max even quotes a nineteenth century French philosopher.