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The Jerzee Joe podcast is a fast-paced half-hour show that brings news stories you won’t hear on TV or perspectives on stories you may have heard on your TV, but the media decided not to broadcast. You might hear a story about members of one political party voting against a piece of legislation with an altruistic name like “The save the baby seals act,” but they will never tell you why. When you hear the real reason, you might want to thank them for voting as they did.

We cover 4-5 topics in each show ranging from politics to the environment, to energy to developments in the world of science, plus the quote of the day and a daily “Taxpayer Relief shot” story where a good guy (or good woman) with a gun shoots and kills a criminal, saving the taxpayers the cost of a jury trial and the costs associated with the incarceration of that criminal.

If you have questions, comments, or requests about topics he has covered on his show or would like him to talk about, you can e-mail him at Joe@JerzeeJoe.com.​

Season 4 episodes:
  • In this week's podcast, our quote is from economist & author Thomas Sowell about the fate of societies that allow the number of non-working parasites to continually increase and be supported by the remaining productive members of that society. 

  • In our "Stupidest thing I've heard all week segment, we once again have two contenders: 

  • With President Trump proposing to exempt tipped income from income taxes, we'll ask if the current custom of leaving the same percentage tip regardless of the cost of the meal makes any logical sense. 

  • We'll tell you what homeless people in Portland, Oregon, are doing with the cases of free bottled water provided by the City. Hint: They aren't drinking it or washing with it. 

  • We'll tell you about the massive tunnels built by Hamas that connect the Gaza city of Rafah with Egypt that Israel defense forces have discovered. 

  • We ask, "Is income inequality a bad thing or a sign of a healthy economic system that greatly benefits all"? 

  • We'll tell you why a new Biden administration rule preventing medical debt from being included on credit reports and incorporated into credit scores will result in higher mortgage rates for everybody in the future. 

  • Our taxpayer relief shot comes to us from Oakland, California, where three thugs picked the wrong home to try and rob.

  • In this week's episode, our quote of the week is from writer Jamie Casap on why you shouldn't ask kids what they want to be when they grow up 

  • In the stupidest thing I've heard all week, we have two contenders: 

    • The first is about a meaningless poll that asked people if they would want more free stuff if somebody else were paying for it

    • The second was about a co-host on the TV show "The View," claiming that Caitlin Clark's popularity has more to do with her being a pretty, straight white woman than a great athlete. You decide the winner. 

  • We'll tell you about the immense carbon footprint created by First Lady Dr. Jill Biden when she decided to sit in the back of the courtroom during Hunter Biden's trial in Delaware last week. 

  • We'll tell you where vast deposits of the rare earth mineral Lithium have been discovered in the US and the dilemma that discovery has created for the State legislature and Governor. 

  • We'll tell you why the new BLS jobs report released last week is not as good as the White House and mainstream media would have you believe.

  • We'll tell you why people who have their Student loans forgiven by President Biden might be in for an ugly surprise when it comes time to pay their taxes. 

  • We'll tell you about the shocking number of retail stores and restaurants closed in the first five months of this year. 

  • Our taxpayer relief shot comes to us from Lufkin, Texas, where a thug who had just been released from prison decides that it would be a good idea to try and carjack a pick-up truck occupied by the wife and baby daughter of a Texas man.

  • In this week's podcast, our quote of the week is about why you should never be ashamed of the type of work you do.

  • In our stupidest thing I've heard all week segment, we'll tell you why the Seattle school District decided to end its program & classes for 'Talented & gifted students".

  • We'll tell you how soon the 9 million people living in Mexico City might run out of water and ask what will happen when they do.

  • We'll tell you what happened to the $320 Million pier built by the US Army to allow ships to offload aid supplies intended for the people of Gaza while it is currently unusable. 

  • We'll tell you about the striking change in voter registration data in one critical US swing state and why that change doesn't bode well for President Biden.

  • We'll tell you how the age of the average car on US highways has changed over the past 15 years.

  • We'll tell you how the dramatic change in the percentage of teenagers working at a part-time or summer job over the past 50 years

  • We'll tell you why inflation is hurting the viability of the Social Security program.

  • Our taxpayer relief shot comes to us from Nashville, where a homeowner confronts an intruder in his house at 11 p.m.

  • In this week's podcast, our quote of the week is from Mahatma Gandhi on the source of true strength

  • In light of last week's earthquake in NJ, we'll revisit briefly how the Richter scale measures the intensity of earthquakes. 

  • In our stupidest thing I've heard all week segment, we'll tell you about a proposal requiring the US Government to issue tax credits to anyone who was spending more than 30% of their take-home pay on rent.

  • We'll tell you why becoming a Porch Pirate is one of the fastest-growing career choices in this country and how many packages are being stolen every day. 

  • We'll give you an update on the violence, unrest & poverty in Haiti and compare the chaos in that country to its neighbor to the east, the Dominican Republic, both of whom are located on the Island of Hispaniola 

  • In a story you didn't hear on the news last week, we'll tell you about the murder of an Ohio man by another illegal alien with a lengthy criminal record and ask why the national news networks didn't cover that story

  • We'll tell you about the dramatic changes in US national birth rates by age group and which age group now accounts for the greatest percentage of all births and which age group now accounts for the lowest percentage after falling by more than 60% over the past 25 years.

  • We'll tell you how much a dozen eggs cost in California and why that figure is double the cost of eggs in most other US States

  • Our taxpayer relief shot comes to us from Cobb County Georgia where two thugs make one of the worst possible choices in deciding what type of business to rob. 

  • In this week's podcast, our quote of the week is from Mark Twain, who tells you why you will permanently lose if you decide to argue with stupid people.

  • In our "Stupidest thing I've heard all week segment," we'll play a clip of a young woman telling an interviewer why she has decided not to even try to make any payment on her student loan debt.

  • Our National debt is $34 trillion and growing by almost $2 trillion per year. We'll tell you how long it would take to shred $34 trillion in $100 bills at the rate of one $100 bill per second.

  • In a related story, we'll play a clip of President Biden repeatedly (and incorrectly) claiming that he has cut the NATIONAL DEBT IN HALF when what he is talking about is simply reducing the annual budget deficit (which is just a tiny fraction of the actual National debt). 

  • Following up on last week's story about squatters in New York City, we'll play a clip of Florida Sheriff Grady Judd describing how they handle squatters in Polk County, Florida, and ask why other cities don't hold that problem the same way they do.

  • We'll tell you about a surge in TB cases in this country, what is driving that surge, and how it impacts our food supply.

  • We'll tell you about a reported "Mass Shooting" in Indianapolis this past weekend and tell you why it wasn't.

  • We'll tell you which City has decided to start giving illegal immigrant families free $350 per week debit cards.

  • Our taxpayer relief shot comes to us from Collinsville, Missouri, where a home invader gets his wish after he tells the armed homeowner, "You're going to have to shoot me." 

  • In this week's episode, our quote of the week is from author John Quinton on what politicians do when they finally start to see some light at the end of the tunnel

  • We'll compare & contrast the number of people shot at the Kansas City, Missouri Superbowl parade last month to how many people didn't get shot at the Kansas City Kansas St. Patrick's Day parade this past Sunday and ask what accounts for the dramatic difference.

  • We'll give you another example of an unnecessary multi-million dollar expenditure by the Federal government that is being repeated in city after city across this country in the name of "going green" by a country with $34 Trillion in debt.

  • In a related story, we'll give you an update on the California bullet train saga, including how much additional Federal funding they are asking for and the new anticipated completion date for that project. Hint: Not in your lifetime.

  • We'll tell you where & why some Taco Bell restaurants are closing their indoor dining areas and going cashless.

  • We'll discuss an Op-Ed piece by a Pastor who believes the savage beating of a St. Louis area female high school student by another female student is a symptom of a "Victimhood mentality" being preached and fostered by the liberal media and many Democrat politicians.

  • We'll play a clip of different teachers explaining why many of today's students have become unteachable and who is to blame.

  • Our taxpayer relief shot comes to us from St. Paul, MN, where a man in a park defends himself against four armed teenage thugs. 

  • In this week's podcast, our quote of the week is from 1984 author George Orwell on why most Americans can sleep peacefully at night.

  • We'll play a short clip of President Biden confusing 2024 with 2020

  • In our stupidest thing I've heard all week segment, we'll tell you why Democrats in the Colorado legislature blocked a proposed new "Common sense gun control law" that would have increased the penalty for stealing a gun or possessing a stolen gun from a misdemeanor to a felony (like it already is in many other states).

  • We'll play a clip of a Kansas City resident & podcaster criticizing the Mayor of Kansas City, trying to blame the guns for the Superbowl Parade shootings instead of the thugs who did the shooting.

  • In a related story, we'll play a clip of Ann Coulter on the Bill Maher show two days after that same shooting, explaining to him how we know the shooter wasn't a white Christian male even though the police had not yet released the identities of the shooters.

  • In the grossest story I've heard in a long time, we'll tell you what doctors found inside the nose of a man who went to the hospital for his frequent & recurring nose bleeds.

  • In a story straight out of Jurassic Park, we'll tell you about a female sting ray who became pregnant despite the absence of male sting rays in her tank.

  • We'll compare the number of death penalty executions in the US every year vs. the number that China carries out every year and how quickly those sentences are carried out in that country.

  • In another story you didn't hear on the network news, we'll tell you some details about the identity of the man accused of murdering the Georgia nursing student and how the Atlanta Journal-Constitution described him.

  • Our taxpayer relief shot comes to us from St. Louis, where an apartment resident shoots & kills an intruder who entered his 2nd-floor apartment from a fire escape at 4:00 AM.

  • In this week's podcast, a lot of our segments and stories will deal with recent shooting incidents and gun statistics

  • Consistent with that theme, our week's quote is from 1985 from then-Senator Joseph Biden and what he had to say about criminals getting guns almost 40 years ago. 

  • In the stupidest thing I've heard all week, we have two contenders for you to pick from:

  1. The first is from a California state legislator who wants to raise the minimum wage rate in that state to $50 per hour.

  2. The second is from a New York City woman who was scammed out of $50,000 that she put into a shoe box and then handed it to a stranger. You decide the winner.

  • We'll tell you what happened to gun crimes in Ohio after that State did away with the necessity for qualifying individuals to obtain a state-issued Concealed weapon carry permit to carry a concealed weapon in that state legally.

  • We'll tell you the results of a study done on the issue of racial bias in police shooting incidents by a black Harvard professor and what happened to him after he published the results of that study.

  • In a story you didn't hear on the news, we'll tell you how old the shooter was who shot & killed a man on a Denver city bus last month.

  • In another story you didn't hear on the news, we'll tell you about the identity of the shooters who wounded 22 and killed 1 at the Kansas City Superbowl parade last week and why you haven't seen pictures of the two shooters on the news.

  • We'll read you an analysis of the $355 million judgment handed down by a New York State judge against Donald Trump and why that judgment is both outrageous and unwarranted and might be overturned on appeal.

  • Our taxpayer relief shot comes to us from Harris County, Texas, where an armed thug breaks into a truck parked in an apartment complex parking lot at 3:00 AM only to encounter the truck's owner, who was sleeping in the back seat of the truck.

  • In this week's podcast, our quote of the week is from Economist Thomas Sowell, who reminds us that when it comes to statistics, correlation does not necessarily imply causation, something that many people incorrectly assume is linked.

  • In another sad example of President Biden's mental decline, we'll play a clip of him confusing the country of Mexico with the country of Egypt.

  • We'll tell you why the construction of wind turbines adds massive amounts of CO2 to the atmosphere.

  • We'll tell you what US city is averaging more than two 911 calls per person per year for every city resident. 

  • We'll tell you how thieves steal the cables from EV charging stations and what one city is spending to replace them.

  • We'll tell you in which city 70 city building inspectors were arrested for accepting bribes from contractors in a bribery scheme that has been going on for decades

  • We'll tell you how much power artificial Intelligence systems are using and how that power consumption adds even more CO2 to the atmosphere.e

  • We'll tell you about a decision by the Hawaii Supreme Court in which they conclude they are not bound by the US Constitution nor legal rulings issued by the US Supreme Court.

  • Our taxpayer relief shot came to us from Florida, where a 67-year-old woman was confronted by a man who broke into her home at 3 a.m.
     

  • In this week's episode, our quote of the week is from Plato, who tells us the price that good men (and good women) pay for their indifference to public affairs.

  • In our stupidest thing I've heard all week segment, we again have three contenders.

  1. The first is two doctors who claim pregnancy is a disease caused by a pathogenic organism invading the host's body

  2. The second is about some homeowners who built million-dollar homes next to a park and are now suing the city to force them to close that park, which was there 30 years before they built their homes

  3. The last is about a US Congresswoman who claims that the decision by Walgreens to close a store in her district is racially motivated.

  • In another sad example of the decline in President Biden's mental abilities, we'll play a clip of a speech he gave last week in which he claims that he had a conversation in 2021 with somebody who had died in 1996. 

  • We'll tell you which female athlete holds the record for the most extended participation in the Olympic games and what event she will be competing in this summer in her 8th Olympic competition

  • We'll tell you about a new National Labor Relations Board ruling that will allow college athletes to form labor unions.

  • We'll tell you how long it takes the police in NY City to respond to the highest priority "Crime in progress" 9-11 calls. Hint: You can hard boil an egg in less time.

  • Our taxpayer relief shot comes to us from Salem, Indiana, where a man shoots and kills a man in his home who was attacking other family members.

  • In this week's podcast, our quote of the week is from Mark Twain, who tells us what the two most important days of your life are. 

  • In our "Stupidest thing I've heard all week" segment, we have three contenders: 

  1. A Proposal to give convicted felons $3,000 of taxpayer money on the day they are released from prison 

  2. A City that has classified Social Media as an "Environmental Toxin" and a "Public health hazard," putting it in the same category as asbestos, PCBs, and lead paint. 

  3. A protest suggestion would accomplish nothing except leave participants unemployed, homeless, cold, and hungry. 

  • In this week's podcast, our quote of the week is by Mark Twain regarding what can be learned from the second kick of a mule.

  • In our stupidest thing I've heard all week segment, we'll tell you about a burglar who decided that calling for an Uber ride was the best way to make his getaway from a crime scene. 

  • We'll tell you about two sets of twins born this past weekend in which each sibling was born in a different year.

  • We'll tell you how the State of Texas and bus companies are getting around a restriction imposed by the Mayor of New York City limiting when busloads of illegal immigrants can be dropped off in that city.

  • In a related story, we'll tell you how much the debt-ridden State of California has budgeted to provide unlimited free medical care to illegal immigrants living in that state.

  • In a story you won't hear on the evening news, we'll tell you how many police officers were intentionally murdered by suspects in 2023 and ask why you never hear that figure reported

  • We'll tell you how efforts to reduce CO2 emissions by the US and European countries are being completely negated and overshadowed by increases in emissions from Countries like India and China. 

  • If you drive your car for business, we'll tell you how much the IRS has decided to increase the business mileage allowance for 2024

  • We'll put some perspective on the loss of life the Country of Israel suffered on October the 7th and scale that figure up to a population-adjusted figure for the US and ask if as many US Citizens would be calling for restraint if the United States had experienced a similar population-adjusted loss of life on that same day. 

  • In keeping with our story about police officers being murdered in the line of duty, our taxpayer relief shot this week comes to us from New Jersey, where a thug attempted to murder a police officer and wound up dead as a result of his efforts.

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