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American Survival Radio #35

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In this episode of American Survival Radio, Joe and Amy Alton explore whether demands for the popular vote (2 million in favor of Hillary Clinton) should stand instead of the electoral college, and give you an update on the protests from the terribly aggrieved anti-Trumpers.  associated. Plus, the Democrats and media have a theory on Trump: Is he a product of chronic sleep deprivation? Our doctor and nurse decide. Lastly, how come there are so many babies in Brazil with birth defects but so few anywhere else? Is there something else going on you should know about? read more

American Survival Radio #34

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American Survival Radio

In this episode of American Survival Radio, Joe and Amy Alton dissect the election results and weigh in on the protests that are sure to be a frequent occurrence throughout the Trump presidency. How everyone, except Amy of course, got it wrong (indeed, she forecast the “hidden” voter as the deciding factor)!

All this and more (isn’t it enough!?) on American Survival Radio #34!

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Protests and the Popular Vote

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Donald Trump is our next president and the day after the election, several cities had protests that held up traffic and caused disruption of some services. Many of the participants in the protests were disappointed first-time voters who chose Hillary Clinton as their champion. Of these first time voters, the majority were likely in the millennial/college student demographic.

One news outlets interviewed a young Chicago resident named Michael Burke, who said he believes the president-elect will “divide the country and stir up hatred.” Of course, he was saying that as he was trying to divide the country and stir up hatred. He added something to the effect that he had a constitutional duty to be there. In other words, he had a constitutional duty to protest for the ouster of the constitutionally-elected president. read more