The Bereans take an unconventional approach to discussing Facebook.
The Bereans discuss the implications of the growing national debt in light of the Congressional Budget Office’s new, and negative, numbers.
The Bereans discuss the recent omnibus spending bill as well as the President’s continued problems.
The Bereans spend more time discussing Donald Trump and Evangelical support.
The Bereans discuss Michael Gerson’s article from The Atlantic.
Gary Cohn, head of Donald Trump’s National Economic Council, has resigned his post. Reports indicate Cohn reached an impasse with Trump over the President’s decision to impose tariffs on imported steel and aluminum. Cohn was not only a consistent voice for free trade, he was also one of the few advisors committed to speaking the truth to Trump regardless of the consequences. Former COO of Goldman Sachs, Cohn seemingly behaved as if it was his responsibility to advise the President… Continue Reading ››
The Bereans discuss: Gun Control The “Death” of Conservatism
The Bereans discuss school shootings and the death of Billy Graham.
It should not surprise us that a film called Black Panther (directed by Ryan Coogler, and written by Coogler and Joe Robert Cole), has more than a political bent. The comic book character was created in 1966, which was an audacious moment for his debut. Though Stan Lee, a co-creator, has denied any connection between the incipient political movement and his superhero, an African prince with supernatural powers, the coincidence surely shapes how we understand the comic and now, to a… Continue Reading ››
Today the Bereans discuss the infamous Memo, the roller coaster stock market, and SpaceX.