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- Britain’s new prime minister, Boris Johnson, was traveling Europe this week, testing the waters with Germany and France about their willingness to work out a new Brexit deal.
- Russia managed to convince seven of its allies—some of whom are at odds with one another—to join in large military drills next month, a sign of Russia’s leadership within Asia.
- Italy’s prime minister resigned, opening the door for populist leader Matteo Salvini. Will establishment politicians be able to cobble together a coalition to keep the popular Catholic strongman out of office?
- We also talk about Russia covertly expanding its borders in Georgia, the likelihood of Iran gaining a permanent presence in Yemen, Donald Trump’s desire to lower interest rates even further, and more and more Americans saying God had absolutely nothing to do with the creation of man.
- [0:38] Boris Johnson in Europe (11 minutes)
- [12:17] Russia’s Mass Military Drills (6 minutes)
- [18:31] Houthi State of Yemen? (7 minutes)
- [25:35] The Great Recession (8 minutes)
- [34:15] Italy’s Political Catch-22 (7 minutes)
- [42:24] Russia’s Great Wall of Georgia (5 minutes)
- [47:29] The Fraud of Evolution (6 minutes)