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Unfiltered. Unwavering. Hard Hitting. Informative.

 
Each week, the American Consequences podcast dives deep into fiscal and monetary policy, politics, and economics. You’ll get a view of the FED, the White House, and the World like nowhere else. Subscribe to stay up-to-date on the biggest guests and the best analysis, all with the signature Trish Regan insight.

Episodes

Episode #40  |  September 13, 2021
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Episode #39  |  July 27, 2021
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We all live in the shadow of Big Tech and the corporate media, and their free-speech restrictions lately have America looking more like North Korea every day. Yes, the proliferation of social media in the past decade has led to more access to information, but only if the Zuckerbergs of the world allow you to see it. Listen, I’m all for the free market, but there comes a breaking point when we need to bust up the Silicon Valley monopolies. And we’re breaking, America. Conservative talk show powerhouse and fellow American Consequences contributor Buck Sexton details his own stories of censorship and shadow banning, noting that what we need are antitrust laws and more competition in the digital platform space. 

Guests:

Dr. Peter Vincent Pry
Episode #38  |  June 2, 2021
Replacing Rush Limbaugh and Dismantling Big Tech

Free-speech restrictions lately have America looking more like North Korea every day. Conservative talk show powerhouse and fellow American Consequences contributor Buck Sexton details his own stories of censorship and shadow banning, noting that what we need are antitrust laws and more competition in the digital platform space. The two also discuss how the pandemic made news even less trustworthy, balancing the First Amendment with capitalism and Buck’s new gig hosting a show in the late Rush Limbaugh’s time slot.

Guests:

Buck Sexton
Episode #37  |  May 26, 2021
A Viral Origin Story: Where Did COVID Come From?

Acclaimed author Gordan Chang cites the complete lack of scientific evidence that COVID originated from a ‘wet market’ and the seedy breeding grounds of the Wuhan Institute that made this pandemic possible. The two also discuss the Biden Administration's staggering ambivalence around uncovering the virus’ origin, economically pressuring Xi Jinping, and preparing for China’s next, deadlier pathogen. 

Guests:

Gordon G. Chang
Episode #36  |  May 19, 2021
Trish Regan: World War III Begins With a Whimper, Not a Bang

The Colonial Pipeline Hack was just a sliver of the digital damage our enemies can and will inflict on our infrastructure, grid, and citizenry. And one of those threats remains an EMP (electromagnetic pulse) attack. Dr. Peter Pry, Executive Director of the EMP Task Force, details the science behind what an EMP attack consists of and how much damage it’s capable of wreaking.

Guests:

Dr. Peter Vincent Pry
Episode #35  |  May 12, 2021
Hack Attacks Could Take Down America

Kara Frederick explains the changing face of digital battle with the likes of China and Iran. John Rossomando also joins to detail the potential horrors of a nuclear electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack.

Guests:

Kara Frederick, John Rossomando
Episode #34  |  May 5, 2021
Inflation: Turning America Into a European Economy

You know inflation’s a genuine concern when even Warren Buffett’s worried. Everyone seems to acknowledge that prices in America are rising except Team Biden.

Guests:

Daniel Lacalle
Episode #33  |  April 28, 2021
It’s Simple Math: Bitcoin is Undervalued

We can’t stop talking about this crypto because it seems more poised as the future of money every day. Greg Foss, Executive Director at Validus Power, joins Trish to explain how sovereign currencies like the U.S. dollar have been obsolete and unsustainable for years -- and that crypto is their inevitable financial successor. The two also discuss credit vs. equity markets, how lessons learned from the 2008 Recession can help you in this bubble, and the possibility of bitcoin mining powering our electric grid.

Guests:

Greg Foss