Sharon Wright Weeks joins me to discuss death penalty reform in Utah. It’s a topic she knows all too well as a result of the murder of her sister and niece and the death sentence their killer received. Whatever your views on the death penalty, Sharon has some very eye-opening information about how the current process tends to punish the victims’ families as much as it does the killer.
If you watched even a modest amount of the Rittenhouse trial in Kenosha, WI, you’ve seen some pretty hardcore efforts to portray anything that’s not under the control of the state as being out of control. Kent McManigal has a blunt reminder for anyone who’s paying attention: self defense isn’t a crime.
Anyone who has started to get serious about personal preparedness is likely to experience some real anxiety over the costs involved. But a person can become better prepared, even on a budget. Aden Tate has a fun exercise to build your bug-out bag with a $20 bill and a trip to Harbor Freight. You’ll feel pretty encouraged when you see what you can do with even modest means.