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Dec. 23, 2021

The Dinner Table; Foundational To A Child’s Success (EP.381)

The Dinner Table: Some of the most valuable and enduring lessons that we need to learn are best taught at home. Conversations at the dinner table is one way, but activities and conversations in the car, during exercise, or wh...

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Dec. 11, 2021

School Choice: Vital To America’s Future (EP. 380)

School Choice: Vital To America’s Future (EP. 380) At Revolution 2.0™, we talk about foundational principles, e.g., like having a moral compass, gratitude, personal responsibility, and often the critical issues of the day, us...

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Dec. 10, 2021

Rittenhouse Innocent: Politicians and Pundits Guilty (EP. 379)

Rittenhouse innocent: Arbery killers guilty. Both correct. Our nation of laws, created in 1776 and refined over time, won and kept at terrible costs in blood and treasure, is in danger of devolving into a nation of warring cl...

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Nov. 27, 2021

Complete Immigration Solution: The One No One Wants (EP. 378)

A complete i mmigration solution is one of the important issues facing our country today. And there is a clear, workable, fair and comprehensive solution set that has been ignored for decades. Why? Some groups want illegals f...

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Nov. 20, 2021

Capitalism v Socialism: The Truth Without The Hype (EP. 377)

There are a lot of agenda-based partial truths and downright lies being tossed around about the capitalism v socialism discussion. With occasional self-serving comments about communism. A few episodes ago, we spoke about pers...

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Nov. 13, 2021

America And Her Heroes: Miraculous and Flawed (EP. 376)

The founding of our nation, the United States of America, in 1776 included a stunning claim of the creator-granted rights of the individual by a pipsqueak country, hurled in the face of the most powerful empire the world had ...

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Nov. 6, 2021

Financial Literacy For Our Kids (And Us) (EP. 375)

I often learn, including learning financial literacy, by teaching my children. The rules for understanding financial literacy,and financial success, like the rules for succeeding in life, are simple to understand, and hard to...

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Oct. 30, 2021

Alec Baldwin: Actor, Killer, Or Both? (EP. 374)

Alec Baldwin pointed and fired a loaded gun on the set of the movie “Rust,” killing Halyna Hutchins , 42, the cinematographer, and wounding director Joseph Souza, 48. The answer to the posed question is clearly both. Mr. Bald...

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Oct. 23, 2021

Family And Friends First; Politics Third (EP. 373)

(N. B. With video coming in a few weeks, this space is now a summary, pointing to both the audio podcasts and the videos.) Longtime friends are walking away from decades of affection and mutual enjoyment over vaccines. Famili...

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Oct. 16, 2021

Othello in Blackface and Columbus Day: Vital Lessons (EP. 372)

(N. B. With video coming in a few weeks, this space will become more and more of a summary, pointing to both the audio podcasts and the videos.) Introduction: A University of Michigan music professor is facing backlash after ...

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Oct. 9, 2021

Become An Activist, Or Live With The Consequences (EP. 371)

Introduction: Barack Obama began his climb to the presidency by serving for three years as a community organizer. The school boards that have a heavy hand in steering and managing our young are made up primarily of unpaid peo...

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Oct. 2, 2021

Team of Rivals, or Swarm of Toadies? (EP. 370)

Introduction: The strongest teams are made up of strong people, with different strengths, who advocate strongly for their positions. And when a decision is made by their leader, they sit down in the boat and row hard in the d...

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Sept. 29, 2021

Syndromes: Missing White Woman and Dead Black Man (EP. 369)

Introduction: Joy Reid, an MSNBC Host, was exactly right when she dubbed the extensive and continuing news coverage of the disappearance of Gabby Petito a case of “missing white woman syndrome” and questioned if people of col...

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Sept. 25, 2021

Neighborhood Celebrations and Parties: Remember Them? (EP. 368)

Introduction: I remember neighborhood parties, do you? In my neighborhood as a youth, we knew each other, the kids played and argued together. Parents looked out for all the kids. Hitchhiking was safe. Halloween was cause for...

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Sept. 22, 2021

I Am A Liberal* (EP. 367)

I Am A Liberal* (EP. 367) Introduction: *Classical liberal, that is. Classical liberals were committed to individualism, liberty, and equal rights. They believed these goals required a free economy with minimal government int...

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Sept. 18, 2021

As Goes California, So Goes The USA? (EP. 366)

Introduction: California is a one-party state. Democrats hold a supermajority in the legislature, and a 2-1 advantage in voter registrations. California elections rules allow for sending mail in ballots to all registered vote...

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Sept. 14, 2021

Reacting To 9/11 Was Easy. The Rest Is the Hard Part (EP. 365)

Introduction: “The 9/11 terror attacks on America changed our country forever.” Wrong. Not even close. “Never forget.” We forgot shortly after September 11th, 2001. The only permanent change is the ever-powerful, and marginal...

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Sept. 11, 2021

From “Safe, Legal and Rare,” To Free, Convenient, And Lifestyle Enhan…

Introduction: Sometimes slippery slopes are indeed slippery. When President Bill Clinton announced in 1992, just shy of 30 years ago, that abortions should be, “Safe, Legal and Rare,” I am guessing that a lot of people bought...

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Sept. 8, 2021

America: World Cop, Or ‘Fraidy Cop? (EP. 363)

Introduction: The world will have a top cop, a nation that uses its strength to instill its preferred way for the world to be and to act. Just as nature abhors a vacuum, international politics will fill the void if …

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Sept. 4, 2021

“Young, Misled and Angry” (EP. 362)

Introduction: The wording on a bumper sticker I saw was, “Young, Poor and Angry” . I did not add the italicized emphasis. And from the looks of the car, the young male driver was hardly poor. For purposes of the …

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Sept. 1, 2021

What I Know About God–Perhaps You Should, Too (EP. 361)

Introduction: There are three things I know about God: 1. There is one, 2. You are not Him and 3, Neither am I. Wait, Will, why are you talking about God? Isn’t Revolution 2.0™ about culture, society and politics? That …

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Aug. 28, 2021

Kamala Harris Leaves President Biden to Twist In The Wind (Et Tu Brut…

Introduction: Vice President Harris waited months before doing anything after being assigned by President Biden to take charge of our southern border, and deal with the huge and growing problems there. She basically sat on he...

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Aug. 25, 2021

Contrails, Moon Landings, Vaccines, and Us (EP. 359)

Introduction: The beautiful, misty contrails, condensation trails, that we can see behind planes high in the sky are primarily made of water, in the form of ice crystals. Some believe them to be “chemtrails,” consisting of ch...

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Aug. 21, 2021

Is Joe Biden Competent? (EP. 358)

Introduction: The question is not whether Mr. Biden is a great, or even good, President. The question is whether or not he is even barely competent; can he at least adequately handle the tasks that face him and our nation. …

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