In this episode, I explore topics found in my new essay "Can We Stop a Revolution?" including new policies and politics in order to restore trust in government and prevent a breakdown in society.
In this episode, I give my impeachment predictions and talk about how personality traits determine our politics. What happens when both sides declare the presidential election invalid?
In this summary I review chapters from my new essay "Can We Stop a Revolution?" titled:
1. Social Issues
2. Unsustainable Debt
3. Power to the States
4. Change the Elected Presidency
5. Public Trust in Government
For the next few weeks I will be reading from an essay I wrote called “Can We Stop a Revolution?”. In the essay, I describe our toxic political environment and explore policy and constitutional changes. This week's episode contains the Preface and Chapter 2.
I discuss My Top 5 "not so obvious" important inventions.
This episode features Riverside County Supervisor Marion Ashley. Marion has had a long and distinguished career in public office, prior to politics Marion had success in finance and business. We discuss the evolution of Riverside County and life, I hope you enjoy the conversation.
The latest episode of Politics, Culture, and Conversations features Dr. Dale Soden, Professor of History at Whitworth University in Spokane, WA. We talk about Dale’s latest book, Outsiders In a Promised Land: Religious Activists In Pacific Northwest History, as well as foreign policy and campus life.
Brian Nestande has a conversation with David Brady, a Professor in the School of Public Policy, and Director of the Blum Initiative on Global and Regional Poverty at the University of California, Riverside.
Brian Nestande has a conversation with Paulette Brown Hinds.
Brian Nestande has a conversation with Julia Stronks, professor of constitutional law at Whitworth University.
Brian Nestande has a conversation with John Tavaglione, California's Riverside county supervisor.