To kick off this episode, Charlie welcomes CEO and Chairman of Teton Capital David Sokol on the show to discuss his new book, America in Perspective: Defending the American Dream for the Next Generation, and why he thinks the American Dream is still attainable for young people facing the daunting, myriad challenges of inflation, college debt, being priced out of the housing market, and a sagging faith in our nation’s institutions. Hear what needs to change from a titan of industry who has created thousands of American jobs. Next, Charlie is joined by Darren Beattie of Revolver News as they dive head first into the curious case of Ray Epps, and why the New York Times is now painting him as a victim despite openly calling for J6 protestors to charge into the Capitol. How does he fit into their narrative? What could mainstream media want with him? Why has Epps been let off the hook while grandmas and Dr. Simone Gold are going to prison for less?