America, we have a problem – from our own backyards to Afghanistan. Join me, Keith Michaels, along with Russ Brown and Bennett McCoy as we tackle how the nation's leadership handles both the domestic and foreign affairs, spiced with some hearty laughs about our backyard follies. Trust us, you will find our home improvement anecdotes are as entertaining as they are relatable.
First up, we're calling it as we see it – the Biden administration's Afghanistan handling has been less than stellar. The fallout from the pullout is heart-rending and a stark reminder of the consequences of misplaced optimism. We're tearing down the veil and taking you through 22 years of history since the 9/11 attacks and its implications on the nation. We're looking at America's declining influence and increasing internal divisions since President Bush's post 9/11 speech. But don't worry, we'll break it down – the rise of the police state, the extra-national powers, and the corporate consolidation that's shaking our democracy to its core.
And then there's the big question – Is Joe Biden really at the helm, or are there puppeteers pulling the strings? We explore this thought while shedding light on Biden's questionable foreign policy decisions stretching back to 1975. Is this the America we signed up for? More importantly, where are we heading? From our relationship with China to the state of affairs at home, this conversation needs to be had. Join us as we navigate these murky waters, offering our unfiltered views on what they mean for our nation's future.
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