The Republican candidates for President got together last week for the 13th in a series of what seems like 143, 964 debates before next year’s election. This debate dealt mostly with foreign policy matters. I’ll spare you the details, mostly because I don’t know the details. I didn’t actually watch the debate because, for reasons that must involve thwarting my efforts to build a podcast audience, it was on Tuesday night. Again. I was busy doing show prep for Episode 122.
As it happens, much of the prep I was doing was on foreign policy and its intersection with economic and energy policies, so take that GOP Presidential field! I have spent a little time thinking about how what we do with our own natural resources and how we rebuild our economy can be put to double service to achieve our foreign policy aims. I think there’s plenty of room for us to use our considerable economic power to make changes in how we deal with other countries and how they deal with us. I cover that all in the first half.
The second half I devote to one of my favorite subjects: food. Specifically, I talk Thanksgiving Day meals and the delicious things you can do with leftovers. I’m sure by now you’ve run through most of the options, but there is one — turkey soup — that you still have time to make before whatever you have left goes bad. So hurry up and listen, then hit the kitchen!The Delivery - Episode 122