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472: Big City Andrew, part 1: Traditional Conservative values and stewardship

on June 10, 2021 in Podcast

Andrew co-hosted me on MAGAMedia with past guest Rob Harper, so we’ve spoken there several times, but this conversation is our first one-on-one. We start by talking about our meeting and how talking to each other means talking about issues we normally don’t in our usual circles, but that we enjoy learning from each other, not getting angry despite different viewpoints. We both want to increase meaningful communication as opposed[…] Keep reading →

472: Big City Andrew, part 1: Traditional Conservative values and stewardship

on June 10, 2021 in Podcast

Andrew co-hosted me on MAGAMedia with past guest Rob Harper, so we’ve spoken there several times, but this conversation is our first one-on-one. We start by talking about our meeting and how talking to each other means talking about issues we normally don’t in our usual circles, but that we enjoy learning from each other, not getting angry despite different viewpoints. We both want to increase meaningful communication as opposed[…] Keep reading →

Hear me on conservative talk radio: Living By Your Values Is Freedom

on June 7, 2021 in Audio, Nature, Nonjudgment

I spoke to my father in the months leading to last November’s election. He lives in Pennsylvania, a state that could have gone either way. He was concerned about the outcome. I suggested speaking to people who might vote differently than him to influence them. He wouldn’t. He would only speak to people who were voting his way. It’s easier not to face conflict, let alone resolve it, at least[…] Keep reading →

391: Bob Inglis, part 2: Is Biden better for conservatives on climate legislation?

on September 30, 2020 in Podcast

Bob and I begin lightheartedly, covering mulberry trees, gingkos, and how our views of nature change when we act in stewardship of it. Then I ask him about the decision as a conservative to endorse Biden. Question to you, the listener: will Bob describe that decision as hard  or easy? Did he face serious repercussions, wide support, or something else? What would you do in his situation? I couldn’t put[…] Keep reading →

391: Bob Inglis, part 2: Is Biden better for conservatives on climate legislation?

on September 30, 2020 in Podcast

Bob and I begin lightheartedly, covering mulberry trees, gingkos, and how our views of nature change when we act in stewardship of it. Then I ask him about the decision as a conservative to endorse Biden. Question to you, the listener: will Bob describe that decision as hard  or easy? Did he face serious repercussions, wide support, or something else? What would you do in his situation? I couldn’t put[…] Keep reading →

289: Rob J. Harper, part 1: The Conservative Black Cowboy I met at Google

on February 11, 2020 in Podcast

Most people will find my conversation with Rob unexpected, but talking with someone with his experience and views has long been one of my goals. People keep associating the environment with the political left, but everyone wants clean air, land, and water. Regular listeners know Rob from my appearing in a video episode, A Different Look At Climate Change, at Magamedia.org—MAGA as in Trump’s Make America Great Again. Rob supports[…] Keep reading →

289: Rob J. Harper, part 1: The Conservative Black Cowboy I met at Google

on February 11, 2020 in Podcast

Most people will find my conversation with Rob unexpected, but talking with someone with his experience and views has long been one of my goals. People keep associating the environment with the political left, but everyone wants clean air, land, and water. Regular listeners know Rob from my appearing in a video episode, A Different Look At Climate Change, at Magamedia.org—MAGA as in Trump’s Make America Great Again. Rob supports[…] Keep reading →

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