2016 Election Preview & Predictions: Part One – the Presidency

Two weeks from today the seemingly endless 2016 Presidential Campaign will wind to a close and the voters (those that have not voted early, which I highly recommend if your state allows for early voting. This will be organized into three parts. Today will be the Presidential Election itself. One week from today will be…

The Agreeing Loudly Reboot

Is banding together as a generation from coast to coast each week too much for you? It sure was for us. But is once a month the ticket? I agree. AL.com announces its new format of one podcast per month. Less is more, unless you are Marvel or Star Wars, in which case more is…

Agreeing Loudly Episode 42: Terrible Legal Analysis

Now coming to you on a monthly basis, Agreeing Loudly is back with an exciting conversation about the 5-0 Minnesota Vikings, the upcoming holiday movie season, and the latest political nonsense surrounding the presidential election. And if all that wasn’t enough, a prodigal son returns to the podcast with a groundbreaking realization. What are you…

The Greater Recession: Boomers and the 401(k) Cash-In

Months ago during the Presidential primary election, during the peak of this nascent website’s readership (so far, perhaps forever), I wrote about what could be appropriately called the “Greater Recession.” It’s detailed focus was on the millennial generation (those born between circa 1980/81 and 1998 or so) and housing and the role that will play…