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In this edition of Between the Synapse Radio we go “Around the Horn” and discuss a range of topics including why the Spurs really lost in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, the bust of the oldest police force on record, tips on how to date famous actresses and David Letterman’s last go round. Plus, Texas gets invaded!
Conventional wisdom, for whatever its worth, says that those who have successfully navigated the road-map to financial success support, or at least vote for, Republican candidates for public office. Democrats, on the other hand, is the party for those at the beginning of the journey or even without a map at all. Joining this Between the Synapse podcast to test this theory is David Mincberg, a very successful businessman and strong Democrat. We also discuss some of the current topics of the day including the troubles in Baltimore, the 2016 Presidential Race and more.
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Check out Between the Synapse’s podcast featuring International Studies scholar Dr. Jonathan Adelman wherein we discuss the strategy of characterizing ISIS as non-Islamic. Also discussed, Iran’s march for regional hegemony and perhaps empire.
Podcast featuring Texas Monthly’s R.G. Ratcliffe talking about the biennial session of the Texas Legislature. Don’t miss this entertaining discussion of one of the most “colorful” legislative bodies in the world, including the list of the most ridiculous laws proposed so far.?
Texas Monthly’s R.G. Ratcliffe joins Between the Synapse to discuss the biennial session of the Texas Legislature. Don’t miss this entertaining discussion of one of the most “colorful” legislative bodies in the world, including the list of the most ridiculous laws proposed so far.