Porkins Policy Radio episode 146 Chuck Ochelli on Singapore Summit, Genocide in Yemen, and more

This week Chuck Ochelli joins me to discuss geopolitics and the problems of the world. We start off discussing the recent Singapore Summit between North Korea and the US. Chuck and I both offer our opinions and analysis of the “deal” that is being hammered out by Trump. We talk about the realities of what is actually being presented, and discuss the larger context of what this may mean for the Korean Peninsula.

In the second hour Chuck and I branch off and talk about Jeff Sessions reversal of a court ruling granting asylum to immigrants fleeing domestic violence and violence from non-state actors. We also talk about the genocide in Yemen, which could see 10 million people starve to death. Chuck and I close out the show by talking about the lack of morality and respect for human life that many here in America seem to have.

Download PPR episode 146

Show Notes:

Read the full Trump-Kim joint statement: US, North Korea agree to work towards ‘complete denuclearisation’

Trump and Kim leave the denuclearization details for later

Trump Vows to End “Provocative” War Games on Korean Peninsula After Historic Summit with Kim Jong-un

Country Time lemonade to help kids cited for illegal drink stands

Berkeley Wunder Wiener hot dog stand crushed in crash; owner seriously injured

U.N. and Red Cross Pull Out of Yemeni City, Fearing Assault by Arab Coalition

U.N.: Another 10 Million Yemenis At Risk of Starving to Death by Year’s End

Immigration Court Gives First Approval of Asylum for Domestic Abuse

Sessions: No More Asylum for Victims of Gangs and Domestic Violence