The Biden administration's Middle East policy, especially where it concerns Iran, is reverting back to what the Obama administration had done before – despite the previous failures. Back with us today is Ken Timmerman (kentimmerman.com), CEO of the Foundation for Democracy in Iran. He explores why, if it always ends in failure, the current administration would bother with the Obama-era Middle East plan. Apparently Iran has not had to concede anything in this newly resurrected Iran Deal. He also looks at the future of the Abraham Accords now that the Trump administration is out of power.
Things are crazy right now, what with the election coming up and a contentious Supreme Court battle just around the corner. Where will be after all of this? Author and futurist James Kunstler (www.kunstler.com) is back with us to examine our current state of affairs. He looks at when the democrat party really started to go off the rails and how both sides are handling the important issues.
Mr. Kunstler analyzes the economy and the oil industry and predicts where our society will be in the near future. He also forecasts the fate of urban centers in the U.S. after the virus crisis is over. Will New York City ever be the same?