The Opening Verse: Jeremiah 8:4-7

“Say to them, ‘This is what the Lord says:

“‘When people fall down, do they not get up?
    When someone turns away, do they not return?
Why then have these people turned away?
    Why does Jerusalem always turn away?
They cling to deceit;
    they refuse to return.
I have listened attentively,
    but they do not say what is right.
None of them repent of their wickedness,
    saying, “What have I done?”
Each pursues their own course
    like a horse charging into battle.
Even the stork in the sky
    knows her appointed seasons,
and the dove, the swift and the thrush
    observe the time of their migration.
But my people do not know
    the requirements of the Lord.

“‘How can you say, “We are wise,
    for we have the law of the Lord,”
when actually the lying pen of the scribes
    has handled it falsely?
The wise will be put to shame;
    they will be dismayed and trapped.
Since they have rejected the word of the Lord,
    what kind of wisdom do they have?

Tonight’s guest:

Ryan Coyne, is founder of We The People wine, an American brand dedicated to Conservative values, and CEO of Olympic Media, a digital media company ranked No. 13 on the annual Inc. 5000 and ranked No. 1 in Advertising & Marketing by Inc. Magazine. Ryan will discuss:

  • The viral video ad produced by Olympic Media for We The People Wine, dubbed one of the most patriotic productions. 
  • “Woke Marketing” – a company’s application of social/political issues to advertising and marketing content (Coca-Cola’s #loveislove campaign, featuring same-sex couples, or Nike’s 2018 Just Do It campaign featuring Colin Kaepernick)

 Karen Kerrigan is president & CEO of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council. Kerrigan is an advisory board member of National Women’s Business Council, the U.S.-Iraq Business Dialog, the U.S. Treasury’s Taxpayer Advisory Panel, and the National Advisory Committee for Labor Provisions of U.S. Free Trade Agreements, and chairs the newly formed Small Business Roundtable. 

  • The new study by the SBEC on proposed tax increases and their effects on the economy 
  • September jobs report: 194,000 jobs

Christian Smalls is a former Amazon employee who was fired after organizing a protest outside his workplace, the JFK8 fulfillment center in Staten Island, to highlight what Smalls said were unsafe working conditions at the start of the pandemic.

  • His class-action lawsuit against the e-commerce giant, Amazon, in his push to unionize employees
  • The problems employees face in highly automated fulfillment systems

Tonight’s Links:

AG Garland Linked To Firm – Panorama Education – That Stores ‘Psychological Profiles’ Of Students, Avoids Parental Consent

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