November 5, 2024 and the selection of might be our 47th President is
away from today
This week's guest is Jacob Waller, the man behind Big Yellow Praxis and the show Underrated/Overhated, a podcast about music that is underrated or overhated in some way and unjustly forgotten by history.
Find Big Yellow Praxis on YouTube, Twitter, and on its website www.bigyellowpraxis.com.
Only one-third of Americans have a valid US passport
Only a third of American adults say they have a valid and unexpired U.S. passport (37%) – about the same percentage as those who have never had a passport at all (38%). Another one in five Americans (20%) have an expired or invalid passport.
A recent Economist/YouGov poll doesn’t show any party gap on this question, as Democrats (41%) and Republicans (38%) are equally likely to hold and not hold valid passports. But there are economic and regional divides on who is able to travel outside the United States. Source: YouGov
What's the difference between UK and US governments?
The BBC has got you covered! Check out their guide here.
Would You Rather...?
How about some thinkers to cleanse the palate? Enjoy!
See the UK legalize recreational marijuana or see the monarchy abolished?
You've been chosen prime minister. On your first day, The Daily Mail runs a salacious story about your past. Would you rather it be a story about you sticking a private part of your anatomy into a dead pig's mouth during university or a story about how you paid a porn star $150,000 for sex while you were married?
Prevent the NHS from being completely privatized or see responsible climate legislation passed in the UK?
You're president of the US and you're making a state visit to the UK. As a part of that, you're going to sit down and do an interview with a major network. Who would you rather have interview you - Piers Morgan or James Gordon?
See Scotland gain its independence or see the continuation and permanent implementation of Brexit?