I have been a breaking points subscriber since the launch. I have stopped listening breaking points regularly. The stories seem very boring and not well researched. Like recent Saagar's radar, debt as a percentage of GDP rose during second world war to 120% of GDP but it was paid back and the debt actually reduced to just 40% of GDP by 1960, and during the Vietnam war debt as a percentage of GDP was steady around 45%. American debt is a function of social spending and not just wars and tax cuts. Our military budget has fallen as a percentage of GDP from 11% in 1950s to 5% in 1980s to just 3% today. I have a yearly membership which renews sometime in June, and the only reason I would keep the subscription is to watch Ryan and Emily. I disagree with Ryan but his radars are well researched and they do a multitude of stories (and not just stories where they assail the mainstream press while picking out every story from mainstream press like Krystal and Saagar.) I politically agree with Emily, and her stories are not as well done as Ryan but still better than Saagar and Krystal. I hope with the expansion of editing and research team of Breaking points, we get better content from Saagar and Krystal.