had their grand opening in Poway and the city is buzzing.  People love CFA’s chicken.  Powegians have a new restaurant to
enjoy.  There are smiling faces and
neighbors meeting neighbors at the big event in town.  City leaders are there to share the event and
get a photo op, but are they unknowingly promoting CFA?  What exactly should be the role of local
government when it comes to managing the local economy?  Which businesses should the city promote,
push aside or make illegal?  We discuss
these issues plus also get into the political issues that always revolve around
Chick-fil-A and the religious activism of their ownership.

Then we
discuss a Trump 2020 No More Bullshit flag proudly hoisted on a person’s
property in town.  This gets us into
issues about free speech, property rights, sign ordinances and the
inconsistency of city officials in terms of how they manage free expression.

We conclude
with Trump’s recent “ordering” of businesses to do business with alternatives
to China.  This leads us into a
discussion of the trade war, TPP and much more.

We also
touched on so many topics and people including Smoot Hawley, HOV, EV, Padres,
Pete Neild, Mike Polite, North Star, First 100 Campout, Steve Vaus, Republican,
gay rights, Carmel Mountain Ranch, Poway, cronyism, marijuana, regulations,
central planning, Ray Kroc, Phil Spear, Hamburger Factory, McDonald’s, climate
change, property rights, sign ordinance, trade war, international emergency
powers act, TPP, trans pacific partnership, blue collar, swing stages, Midwest,
China, nationalism, protectionism, Japan, Wharton, trade deficit, automation,
Great Depression, Ferris Buehler, Ben Stein, S. Truett Cathy

#Life #Liberty #PursuitofHappiness #ChickfilA #Trump #FreeSpeech #FreeTrade



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