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Sept. 9, 2020

“Queen For A Day” vs The Politics of Making Lives Better (EP.262)

Introduction Queen For A Day was a popular radio and TV program that ran for 20 years, starting in 1945. The “contestants” were women who would tell their tales of woe, often crying in the process, hoping to persuade the …

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Sept. 5, 2020

Black Lives Matter, “My Fair Lady” and Sports: Meh (EP.261)

Black Lives Matter, “My Fair Lady” and Sports: Meh (EP. 261) Introduction People watch movies and watch or attend professional sports events for much the same reasons. They want to be entertained by the best in the business, ...

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Sept. 2, 2020

LeBron James and Senator Rand Paul: When To Listen to Whom (EP. 260)

Introduction LeBron James is one of the best basketball players of all time; some make the credible case that he is the very best. The GOAT; the Greatest Of All Time. Rand Paul is a US Senator and physician. As …

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Aug. 29, 2020

Cops Killing Blacks: Who Is At Fault? (EP.259)

Introduction The overwhelming tendency is to allocate 100% of the fault to one entity or the other. That agenda-driven process is almost never either useful or accurate. That is the subject of today’s 10-minute episode. Conti...

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Aug. 26, 2020

What If We All Saw The Same News? (EP.258)

Introduction Diversity and inclusiveness are two concepts, goals, really, that are much in the news. Where is our desire for diversity and inclusion in the news and opinions that we seek out? Here’s a better question: Why sho...

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Aug. 22, 2020

Respect The Right To Vote (EP.257)

Introduction Revolution 2.0™ does not support the various get out the vote campaigns. Here we encourage only the get out the deeply well researched and thought through get out the vote campaigns. To be completely honest, I do...

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Aug. 19, 2020

Kamala Harris: Affirmative Action And Intersectionality (EP. 256)

Introduction The role of VP on a presidential ticket is usually unimportant; ticket balancing and vote getting are the main selection criteria. Not since Harry Truman replaced Vice President Henry Wallace on the Democratic ti...

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Aug. 15, 2020

Doubletalk: Intentionally Misleading–and Dangerous (EP.255)

Introduction Here are a few examples of intentionally misleading–and dangerous–doubletalk: Defund The Police Black Lives Matter Me Too Antifa Mostly Peaceful That is the subject of today’s 10-minute episode. Continuing Today’...

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Aug. 12, 2020

Who Is Running For President in 2020? (EP. 254)

Introduction It only takes a moment to realize that 2020 is not about Trump v Biden. That is the subject of today’s 10-minute episode. Continuing Before we go any further with each other today, allow me to tell you where …

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Aug. 8, 2020

Curing the Increasing Income and Wealth Gap (EP.253)

Introduction The cure is education, encouragement, and one-on-one love, assistance and belief. Giveaways in any form, including reparations, loan forgiveness, unearned certifications, above market pay and below market goods s...

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Aug. 5, 2020

“Speak Now, Or Forever Hold Your Peace” (EP.252)

Introduction “The road of life is filled with flat squirrels that refused to make a decision.” -Unknown “The Silent Majority must stop being silent, or it will no longer be the majority.” -Will Luden That is the subject of to...

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Aug. 1, 2020

I Had A Dream–A Conversation With God? (EP.251)

Introduction I am not trying to paraphrase Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. when he famously said, “I have a dream.” I had a dream that came to me while sleeping, a dream that rocked me to my core. “Truly I …

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July 29, 2020

Might Is Right (EP.250)

Introduction Cancelling and other forms of suppressing free speech, pushing for the President to be elected by the popular vote, and the move to end the filibuster in the US Senate are all examples of the belief that Might is...

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July 25, 2020

One Percenters–Of All Types (EP.249)

One Percenters–Of All Types (EP.249) Introduction The top 1% of income tax filers make more than $500K each year, and pay more income tax than the bottom 90%. The bottom 1% of cops nationwide participate in causing the horrif...

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July 22, 2020

Revolution 2.0™: Not All Red, Not All Blue (EP.248)

Introduction When I take a “Red” position, e.g., advocating personal responsibility or standing up for fiscal discipline, the Red people see me as a 100% ally, and are appalled when I advocate for something they have put in t...

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July 18, 2020

Black Lives Matter (EP.247)

Introduction “The death of one man is a tragedy, the death of millions is a statistic.” -Joseph Stalin, Russian dictator. We grieve and want to make needed changes when a Black man like George Floyd is killed, suffering for l...

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July 15, 2020

“I want to make this good for everyone.” Rethinking Immigration (EP.2…

Introduction I stayed in a Holiday Inn Express in Reno recently. The place was a mess due to a remodeling which included laying new tile on the main floor. A man who looked to be about 30 and Hispanic was …

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July 11, 2020

[ENCORE]My Inherited Broncos Mania vs. My Studied Beliefs (EP.234)

For well over 2 years, I believe I have done only one or two Encore Episodes. Creating and delivering two episodes per week, every week, is challenging, But there is a lot to share with you; part of me wishes …

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July 8, 2020

[ENCORE] George Floyd ‘n’ Me; Growing Up Different. (EP.238)

For well over 2 years, I believe I have done only one or two Encore Episodes. Creating and delivering two episodes per week, every week, is challenging, But there is a lot to share with you; part of me wishes …

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July 4, 2020

The Hug Rule (EP.245)

The Hug Rule (EP.245) Introduction The Hug Rule: It takes four hugs a day for survival, Eight hugs a day for maintenance, and Twelve hugs a day to thrive. That is the subject of today’s 10-minute episode. Continuing During th...

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July 1, 2020

Monuments, History and Judgment (EP.244)

Introduction We are busy taking today’s idea of morals and correct principles and applying them to yesterday, rooting out anything that does not “fit.” There are no set rules, no committee and no governing body. No “civilian ...

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June 27, 2020

Intentionally Divisive, Dangerous Fictions and Lies. (EP.243)

Introduction “The killing of Rayshard Brooks in Atlanta demands we severely restrict the use of deadly force. Yes, investigations must be called for – but so too should accountability. Sleeping in a drive-thru must not end in...

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June 24, 2020

“Stand And Deliver.” (EP.242)

Introduction In the 1988 movie, “Stand and Deliver”, Jaime Escalante is a mathematics teacher in a school in a Hispanic neighbourhood. Convinced that his students have potential, he persuades them, including gang members and ...

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June 20, 2020

“You Are Leaving the USA”–Lessons From CHAZ (EP.241)

Introduction “You Are Leaving the USA” is the sign greeting anyone at the border of CHAZ (CHOP?), AKA Antifastan, the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone in downtown Seattle. And the sign is 100% correct. That is the subject of toda...

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