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Rick Sanchez welcomes Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Josh Klapow to discuss the impact that talking politics during family gatherings can have during the holidays. It used to be that no one spoke about religion or politics at the dinner table, but times have changed. Klapow agrees that we are all allowed to be passionate about our political views but we must be able to police ourselves and not let it become an issue that could disrupt or ruin the event. Sanchez concludes that successful people are the ones who can sit in discomfort without escalating the situation when someone begins saying inappropriate things. At the end of the day, it’s about love and forgiveness. And isn’t that what the holiday season is all about?  TRSP-S1-E068 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes show producer Scotty Mednick to discuss the secrets of getting ahead in business and your career.  One of those secrets is not being afraid of breaking the rules.  If you are not the boss or the head of your own company then you need to work harder and longer to get noticed.  Embrace your status as an outlier and don’t allow it to become a deterrent to achieving your goal.  Sometimes you have to break the rules to get ahead, but you must first make sure you know the rules before you break them.  Sanchez concludes that there is no instruction manual for this and it’s ok to be the first one to do it.  It gets uncomfortable when you break the rules and you will be criticized.  Hold your ground, stay the course, and don’t be afraid.  The results will speak for themselves.   TRSP-S1-E067 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes show producer Scotty Mednick and Dr. Michelle Rozen P.H.D. to discuss the importance of making yourself as valuable as possible in the workplace and in your personal life.  Sanchez talks about the early stages of his career as a journalist when he had to do an honest and accurate assessment of his skillset so he would know what to improve on in order to succeed.  Dr. Rozen agrees that the mind is preconditioned to focus on the negatives.  We should not waste valuable time on that and instead focus on finding solutions for our shortcomings.  They conclude that the fear of success is greater than the fear of failure.  Sometimes people fear success because they fear change.  The key to success is not being afraid of getting out of your comfort zone. TRSP_S1_E0066 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes show producer Scotty Mednick to discuss the surprising results of the midterm elections.  Sanchez points out that it used to be the Left Wing that was always protesting and demonstrating their frustration with the establishment, and now it is the complete opposite.  Because while the GOP stands for positive things like fiscal responsibility and morality, it is the extremists from within the party that are tarnishing the message.  These midterm election results have defied history and Sanchez declares that all of the attention that Trump generates has begun to backfire.  It has gotten to the point that neither party truly understands its own message anymore.    TRSP_S1_E0065 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes Business Strategist Danny Morel to discuss the importance of being in the right frame of mind when it comes to moving forward with your career. Morel states that everyone has natural doubts or fears when dealing with work or career moves. The secret is deciding what specifically you want out of life and then having the discipline to manifest it. Sanchez affirms from personal experience that everyone has the power to overcome the fear of bad results and only then will you find the fortitude to change that fear into positive determination. Both Sanchez and Morel agree that step 1 is learning to love and accept yourself as you are, and then finding the confidence to succeed within your parameters. TRSP_S1_E0064 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes show producer Scotty Mednick and workplace strategist Jeff Butler to discuss the process of re-inventing yourself when you lose your job or your business.  Butler attests that sometimes you have to fail in order to succeed.  You must use the tools that you developed in order to succeed in your previous job and then refine and expand them in order to find the newer, better version of yourself.  From adversity comes clarity, determination, and focus.  Sanchez agrees that you must identify the true value in your life and then fight like hell for it.  You must find your “why” and then use it to motivate you to keep pushing forward until you achieve success. TRSP_S1_E0063 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes show producer Scotty Mednick and financial expert Pedro da Costa to discuss a variety of topics including the US economy and Elon Musk’s stumbling start as the new head of Twitter.  Firing employees through emails, charging customers for verifications, and airing petty arguments on the social media platform show a negative side to the developmental genius never seen before.  Sanchez then switches gears and discusses the fear-mongering being promoted by some politicians that make it feel like they are trying to push the US into another war. TRSP_S1_E0062 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes entrepreneurs Juan Alanis and Anjelica Cazares, a married couple from Texas who managed to transform their hobby into a full-blown business.  What began as a Blog has turned into a successful content-generating company that includes them being hosts of their own Podcast.  Alanis and Cazares reveal that one of the secrets of their success is creating and sticking to a workday routine.  When you are your own boss, managing your time between work and family can be difficult.  Sanchez agrees that prioritizing your time is the most important thing for maintaining your family life and your sanity.  TRSP_S1_E0061 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes activist Samantha Barrios to discuss the home invasion and brutal attack suffered by Paul Pelosi, husband of current Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi.  The attack on Pelosi was further magnified when conspiracy theories began to appear on social media calling it fake news and when the incident started being mocked openly by the far right.  Sanchez and Barrios lament the extreme separation that exists in the US nowadays and proclaim that we should not stand for this type of disrespect.  We are losing empathy and becoming radicalized as a country. RSN_S1_E0060 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes show producer Scotty Mednick and journalist-podcaster Mike Leon to the show to discuss recent statements made by Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake when she claimed that Latino immigrants were mostly to blame for the fentanyl crisis in the US.  Sanchez fact-checks those statements and reveals that 86 percent of the people arrested for fentanyl drug trafficking are US citizens.  In fact, only .002 percent of Latino immigrants are caught with Fentanyl and 90 percent of the fentanyl seizures are made at legal border crossings from Americans.  Sanchez, Mednick, and Leon conclude that we should concentrate on the source of the problem and stop blaming immigrants.  The fentanyl problem in this country has nothing to do with them.  RSN_S1_E0059 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes Podcast host Mario Gongora and they discuss the differences between Halloween and the Latin American version of the holiday called “El Dia de Los Muertos.”  Sanchez and Gongora explain that while the American version of the holiday was spawned from a tradition that came over in the 1800s with the Irish immigrants of playing tricks or pranks on your neighbors on October 31st, the Latino version takes place on November 1st and 2nd, and it involves dressing up as skeletons and building altars to honor and pay respect to loved ones who have passed away.  Gongora then presents a special, exclusive Halloween episode of his spooky podcast, “Yes, This Happened” that you will only experience here on Rick Sanchez News. RSN_S1_E0058 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes trial attorney Peter Tragos to discuss the Darrell Brooks trial, the man recently accused of intentional homicide after driving his vehicle full speed into a crowd of people in Wisconsin last year.  Brooks chose to defend himself and the trial quickly spiraled into a series of absurd and bizarre moments.  Sanchez and Tragos question whether Brooks was intentionally trying to derail the proceedings with his antics to get a mistrial or if he was as unhinged as he appeared to be.  They both agree that Judge Jennifer Dorow did a great job of being patient and never losing her cool with Brooks so that the case could go to the jury for deliberation.  In the end, Brooks was found guilty of 76 criminal counts of intentional homicide. RSN_S1_E0057 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez and show producer Scotty Mednick break down the recent scandal surrounding Hip Hop artist Kanye West and his wild, antisemitic remarks that have been in the news lately.  Sanchez and Mednick focus on a recent interview that West did with Tucker Carlson. Fox edited and did not air the more controversial parts of the interview and only aired the parts that would appeal to their conservative audience.  Sanchez shares the controversial clips that Fox did not air and questions whether this is simply a ploy by the musical artist in order to get publicity, or if it is a sign of something deeper concerning his mental health. RSN_S1_E0056 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes Emmy-nominated filmmaker Carlos Sandoval to discuss his documentary “A Class Apart” which exposes the brutal and shameful treatment of US Latinos during the 1950s.  Sanchez and Sandoval focus on the 1954 case of Hernandez vs Texas which went all the way to the US Supreme Court in which it was ruled that Mexican Americans would now be allowed to participate as jurors, especially in cases that involved other Latinos.  Sandoval explains that in the 50s Latinos were considered white Americans but were treated with the same hatred and racism as the African Americans of that time period.  Segregated bathrooms and eating establishments, insults, hate crimes, and unfair treatment in the workplace.  It’s an ugly part of America’s history that is not in the history books but that everyone should know about. RSN_S1_E0055 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes Dr. Karina Moreno (PHD) professor of Urban Policy and Planning to further discuss the ever-evolving scandal in LA involving former City Council President Nury Martinez.  Sanchez and Moreno agree that while her choice of words was offensive and disrespectful, we must remember that this conversation was secretly recorded and that most people speak negatively about others from time to time when they think no one is listening.  While they are both very surprised that this became a national story, Sanchez concludes that when LA’s woke democratic community does something like this, it shows how little they know us.  They should have let this situation play itself out and let the public vote her out of office instead of forcing her to resign. RSN_S1_E0054 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez doubles down on his opinion concerning the Nury Martinez scandal in Los Angeles.  The ex-City Council President was secretly recorded saying some incendiary things in a private conversation about one of her colleague’s children last week and was forced to resign.  Sanchez digs deeper into the situation and argues that the LA Times is mostly to blame for sensationalizing the story for their benefit.  Show producer Scotty Mednick joins the conversation and they discuss the fact that the LA City Council is now forcing the other 2 Latinos present in the conversation to resign as well, leaving LA with zero Latino representation in their city council.  Sanchez and Mednick contend that there are many nuances to the Spanish language, and when taken out of context may appear to be blatantly racist when in reality they are not.  Sanchez concludes that as a Latino, all he asks for is fairness, truth, and proper context in journalism. RSN_S1_E0053 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes Correctional professionals Antony Gangi and Connie Alleyne to discuss the current state of Prisons in the United States. Gangi and Alleyne contend that while the common misconception is that modern prisons are horrendous places that offer neither rehabilitation nor hope, they are actually full of quality reform programs with multiple success stories. While Sanchez asserts that 84 billion dollars a year is too much for this country to be spending on prisons, they all agree that a major reason for prison overpopulation is police profiling and frivolous arrests.    RSN_S1_E0052 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez welcomes filmmaker/political commentator Katie Halper to the show to discuss some of the myths and misconceptions about the war between Russia and Ukraine. They tackle a variety of alarming topics like the reason that the US and former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson convinced Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to cease peace talks with Putin before the war started, the large neo-Nazi faction that exists inside of the Ukrainian military, and the fact that NATO is not really necessary anymore. Sanchez and Halper lament the poor journalism being exhibited by the mainstream media these days and yearn for the days when the media would challenge and question war efforts, instead of acting like PR firms for the State Department. RSN_S1_E0051 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez and show producer Scotty Mednick dissect the recent scandal involving Los Angeles City Council President Nury Martinez who was secretly recorded making tasteless comments about a colleague and his African American son.  While they both agree that the comments were rude and showed bad form, they were not racist and Martinez should not have been forced to resign.  Sanchez asks why no Latino leader came to her aid and why he’s the only one defending her.  Crisis management expert Evan Nierman joins the conversation and explains that the current trend of cancel culture sweeping the country is dangerous, un-American, and destroying people’s lives.  Nierman contends that we cannot allow internet mobs to become the judges, jurors, and executioners of what is right and wrong.     RSN_S1_E0050  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Rick Sanchez is joined by show producer Scotty Mednick and they discuss the recent incident in San Antonio, Texas where a police officer shot and seriously injured a 17-year-old Latino male after mistaking him for a wanted criminal. Erik Cantu was shot 10 times while sitting in his car in a McDonald’s parking lot eating hamburgers with his girlfriend. The officer did not identify himself as a law representative, did not follow proper police procedure, and has since been fired by the SAPD. Sanchez then welcomes indigenous activist Christian Porrier to discuss the truth about Christopher Columbus and the atrocities that he committed against the indigenous people who inhabited the countries he discovered. History books paint him as a hero, but his actions and the reign of terror he launched across the Caribbean islands and their people make him more of a monster.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
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