On today's show: 'Mad Politics' by Dr. Gina Loudon Grace has a supernatural experience. Explanations welcome. Grace and Connor discuss Dr. Gina Loudon's book, "Mad Politics - Keeping your sanity in a world gone crazy." Grace ties a theory together with Gina's to discuss the DNC playbook. Control the people through: healthcare, debt and poor people, gun control, welfare, food, income, housing, education, media, teach children, get rid of religion and God, remove places where people meet, race wars and cultural divides. It all equals control and that equals power. The left uses plantation politics to launch class warfare. Loudon is very much against cannabis and all abortion. Grace and Connor insert information about the new 'acting' politicians like AOC and Beto. Gina also covers how George Soros is assaulting the heart of America and letting the limbs die. The push for Sharia law. The reasons disorders need to be diagnosed. The 7 deadly sins
Alienated America by Timothy Carney Review by Dueling Dialogues Ep.160 On today's show: Alienated America Grace and Connor review the book by Timothy P. Carney, "Alienated America - Why some places thrive while others collapse". For a list of source links, visit http://therightleftchronicles.com/podcasts/1524/alienated-america-dueling-dialogues-ep-160/ Listen to "Alienated America by Timothy Carney Review by Dueling Dialogues Ep.160" on Spreaker.
On today's show: Should You Get a Therapist? - Top 5 TV Shows This Week Thought for the week: I am a magnet for the experiences I most desire. Introvert vs extrovert, ...or extrointrovert? Binge drinking and empathy, is there a connection? Relationships and body images. 7 signs you need a therapist. Pepsi launches sleep aid, Driftwell. Quotes from the TV show, Yellowstone. Who's most likable on the TV show, 2 1/2 Men. Top TV shows this week: Succession, Ozark, Why Women Kill, Goliath, Sneaky Pete.
Legal Immigration to Sustain Social Security - Dueling Dialogues Ep.139 On today's show: Legal Immigration to Sustain Social Security There are more old people than young people in the US. This creates an urgent need for citizens to pay social security. Disappointing job stats, likely not enough people to fill positions. Stock market is in shambles under arrest of Huawei exec. Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver. All companies are effectively state run in China. Elizabeth Warren misses her boat according to Boston Globe. Heather Nauert will take UN Ambassador position. William Barr for AG, he was GHW Bush's AG. Censorship in the media. Megyn Kelly negotiates exit deal with NBC, includes some hush money. For a list of source links, visit http://therightleftchronicles.com/podcasts/1410/immigration-vs-social-security---dueling-dialogues-ep-139/ Listen to "Legal Immigration to Sustain Social Security - Dueling Dialogues Ep.139" on Spreaker.
Trump Derangement Syndrome – Dueling Dialogues Ep. 113 On today's show: Trump Derangement Syndrome Is Trump Derangement Syndrome a form of paranoia? Melania Trump's parents become US citizens in chain immigration as Trump works to stop chain immigration. War in Gaza seems imminent as missiles fly overhead. Pandering politics, Pelosi says a vote for dems are a vote for immigration as she banks on more immigrant voters. Ben Shapiro offers Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez 10K for a debate, which she wisely turns down. Congressman Bob Goodlatte sends out subpoenas to dems over Russian collusion. Manafort trial has been delayed for 4 hours today, is deal going to happen? Amtrak drops support for Toys for Tots. Might be the end for the charity as Amtrak takes the left track. For a list of source links, visit http://therightleftchronicles.com/podcasts/1289/trump-derangement-syndrome-dueling-dialogues-ep-113/ Listen to "Trump Derangement Syndrome - Dueling Dialogues Ep. 113"
Written by a former sea captain, the novel begins with a philosophical message about the journey to Homer’s Ithaca, profound; the recurring theme uniquely becomes a parallel to the eccentric characters’ lives in this epic story.
Granted, Mazie Phillips is not an ordinary saint; she drinks too much, swears, and has numerous careless sexual relations, but her imperfections allow her to set aside judgement and simply help those who need it most. Believe it or not, Mazie Phillips is only a slightly fictionalized character based upon the real-life, Mazie Phillips. In this, why didn’t I think of that novel, Jami Attenberg does a beautiful job of researching and arriving at a conjecture that ultimately translates into a realism that is so believable it seems like she peered into Mazie’s mind so we could enjoy a glimpse.