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Are there any main stream media reporters that have admitted to their lies?

Krystal, Saagar, Love your show and I'm a boomer (61). Curious, you are always discussing the lies told by the main stream media (like the Joe Rogan Ivermectin story). Are there any reporters that have come clean and realized their betrayal to their profession to be honest? Seeker of the truth. Thanks

State of the Union

I’m wondering how you two continue to have a somewhat positive view of the world and America and believe that honestly a single politician cares about regular people after all the corruption that has been unearthed in both parties, all the terrifying scandals that have plagued basically every major government or even American institution including the FBI, WHO, CIA, CDC, NIH, NSA, big Pharma, big tech…etc. I’ve seen you dig up information that at least circumstantially damns politicians and businessmen and is very straightforward and it ends up doing nothing to them. Scandals are not widely known but actively pushed down by the media. All I see is a burning Hell of lies. Why do you act like any of these people act in good faith literally ever. Krystal is always pushing back against nihilism but I don’t see what light at the end of the tunnel you are seeing?

How do you both stay healthy and vibrant?

This question is for both of you but particularly for you Krystal, as a mama of 3, how do you maintain your health? I'm a full time nurse with a 17month old toddler at home and find it super challenging to eat well, exercise, practice mindfulness, keep my hair looking anything but repulsive, and yet still be at the top of my game at work. You both seem to exude so much vitality and strength, wondering if you could share any lifestyle habits you both practice in order to stay in tip top shape for the show? Thanks for everything you do :)

Firing Those Who Rubber Stamped Afghan Security Forces

Can President Biden fire the generals who mislead him on the readiness of the Afghan security forces? If so, why do you think he hasn't fired anybody over this?

"It's the economy, stupid"

Some remember this from the Clinton years, and for others it’s self-evident. My question: why so few expert interviews and monologues on topics like rectifying trade imbalances and rebuilding domestic manufacturing, given that these are fundamental and necessary to solving almost every other issue (domestic spending & welfare, wages, inflation, structural employment trends, purchasing power, healthcare, climate, tech R&D, military funding, etc, etc). If we start to improve fundamental economics for the U.S. we can afford to tackle almost anything else.