Gus goes over an article he read recently in the Epoch Times entitled "America's Shrinking Workforce a Puzzle for Economists. There are, of course, multiple reasons for how the workforce has shifted and changed over the course of the pandemic and Gus invites listeners to call in and share how their work life has changed over the course these 20 or so months.
Later, Gus talks about a recent story out of San Francisco where at a school assembly at Archbishop Riordan High School, many students walked out of a speech given by pro-life speaker, Megan Almon of Life Training Institute. Gus comments that this is further evidence that this social media-obsessed woke culture that permeates our youth is incapable of critical thinking and entertaining opposing viewpoints. He takes comments from listeners.
Also, Thomas Jacobi, associate editor at Ignatius Press, calls in to talk about a new release entitled "How Saints Die: 100 Stories of Hope" written by Fr. Antonio Maria Sicari. Since Fr. Sicari doesn't speak English, Thomas talks about what the book is all about and go over some of the more compelling stories in the book.