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HomeVideoCity Management and Big Government: Liberty Never Sleeps Vol. 5 Episode 153

City Management and Big Government: Liberty Never Sleeps Vol. 5 Episode 153

An in-depth discussion today about how a city falls into disrepair and why the people keep voting in leaders that perpetuate it. A few words on Brett Kavanaugh and the accusations leveled at him as well.

*Kavanaugh Woes
*People Versus Infrastructure
*Urban Redevelopment
*Public Redistribution
*Chicken or the Egg

Today’s Bumpers:

Slip Slidin Away- Paul Simon
Me and Julio Down By the Schoolyard- Paul Simon
Radio GaGa- Queen
Keep On Lovin You- REO Speedwagon
You’ve Lost that Lovin Feeling- The Righteous Brothers
Cool Change- Little River Band

Closing Theme-

Batman Dark Knight Rises 2012 House Remix feat. Hans Zimmer

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