October 5th, 2023 | 57 mins 50 secs
american politics, bipartisanship, congress, conservative, corruption, decision-making, democrat, doc holliday, dramatic confrontation, economic crisis, fiscal challenges, fiscal policy, fiscal responsibility, government spending, high-stakes, hyperinflation, kevin mccarthy, lobbyist, matt gaetz, motion to vacate, national debt, ok corral, old west, omnibus bills, podcast episode, political drama, political showdown, political tensions, rebellion, renegade republicans, republican, single-issue solutions, stop gap, trump, wild west comparison, wyatt earp
On this episode of "The Saulty Show," the crew discusses a political showdown in Congress that could've been plucked right from the pages of an Old West saga. Join Saulty Saul as he spins a yarn that'll transport you to a dusty saloon, with tumbleweeds rolling and tension crackling in the air. In a landscape where loyalty is as fickle as a gambler's hand, where the stakes are higher than a prospector's dreams, and where Speaker Kevin McCarthy faces his own "OK Corral" moment, the crew goes over the dramatic events that unfolded. Tune in to unravel a story filled with more twists and turns than a rattlesnake on a hot skillet, exploring the untamed terrain where politics meets the Wild West. It's a gripping tale of political drama you won't want to miss. So, saddle up and ride along with us on this wild journey through the heart of American politics.
Episode 233: Constitutional Guardians: Exploring SCOTUS Rulings Impacting Student Loans, Freedom of Religion, and Affirmative Action
July 6th, 2023 | 1 hr 17 mins
affirmative action, anti-discrimination, blanket loan forgiveness, color-blind society, conservative perspective, constitutional boundaries, equal treatment, fiscal responsibility, government interference, individual accomplishments, individual responsibility, merit-based admissions, preserving, qualifications., recent court rulings, religious beliefs, religious freedom, religious liberties, same-sex weddings, scotus, separation of powers, student loans
On this episode of The Saulty Show, the crew discusses the Supreme Court's recent rulings. The court blocked President Biden's student loan forgiveness program, upholding the separation of powers. The court also protected religious freedom, ruling in favor of a Christian web designer who declined to create a website for same-sex weddings. Additionally, SCOTUS banned colleges from using race as a basis for admission, aligning with conservative principles of equal treatment and promoting a merit-based approach. Join us as we discuss these rulings, emphasizing the importance of constitutional preservation and individual liberties.