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THIS WEEK's CONVERSATIONS (6/16-6/21)

SUNDAY | June 16

Loran Smith

Brooklyn-born Loran Smith joined the Air Force in 1952. He spent time in the South as a Tuskegee Airman before the Civil Rights movement and later flew hundreds of combat missions in Vietnam. 

MONDAY | June 17

Rob Natelson

Is socialism social or antisocial? Ahh, that is the question. The kids are out of school and home for the summer. Many of them have been indoctrinated by our government-run schools to think that socialism is a good idea. You need to be ready to explain the real results of socialism. Monday, former constitutional law professor, Rob Natelson, will explain why advocates of socialism should understand and acknowledge socialism’s horrific history.

TUESDAY | June 18

William Perry Pendley

In 1977, President Jimmy Carter, pundits, politicians, and interested parties declared that oil and natural gas would run out by 2007 if we did not drastically reduce our use of hydrocarbons.  Ronald Reagan didn’t believe it. Forty-two years after President Carter’s pronouncement, the United States is now energy independent. What happened? Tuesday, attorney and author, William Perry Pendley, will explain how America’s energy boom is changing geopolitics just as Reagan foresaw.

WEDNESDAY | June 19

Audrey Carlson

Did you know of Thomas Jefferson’s six children, only one survived to old age and of Abraham Lincoln’s four sons, only one survived to adulthood? Why? It wasn’t that they had uniquely bad luck. The problem was they lived in the age before hydrocarbons. Today, reliable, affordable and abundant energy, coupled with unbridled human resourcefulness, are improving people’s health and lifting more individuals out of poverty across the globe. Wednesday, Audrey Carlson with Liberty Oilfield Services will explain the inextricable link between health & hydrocarbons.

THURSDAY | June 20

Jan Cook

Patti Kurgan

The Delphi Technique. Have you ever attended a community meeting where you genuinely thought that your voice mattered and would be heard, only to walk away feeling that a decision was made by “consensus” and that your opinion had been manipulated? Welcome to the world of the Delphi Technique which is effectively used by politicians, pundits & interested parties to get Joe and Jane Q. Public to agree to a predetermined policy or project. Patti Kurgan, former member of the Pay Equity Commission and Jan Cook, grassroots activist, joins me to explain the Delphi Technique.

FRIDAY | June 21

Rick Turnquist

The year 1984 has come and gone. But George Orwell’s prophetic, nightmarish vision of the world, that he wrote in 1949, is timelier now than ever before.  984 is still the great modern classic of “negative utopia.” Friday, author, Rick Turnquist and I will dissect George Orwell’s 1984.

SUNDAY | MARCH 31

SUNDAY | June 16

Loran SMith

Brooklyn-born Loran Smith joined the Air Force in 1952. He spent time in the South as a Tuskegee Airman before the Civil Rights movement and later flew hundreds of combat missions in Vietnam. 

MONDAY | June 17

Rob natelson

Is socialism social or antisocial? Ahh, that is the question. The kids are out of school and home for the summer. Many of them have been indoctrinated by our government-run schools to think that socialism is a good idea. You need to be ready to explain the real results of socialism. Monday, former constitutional law professor, Rob Natelson, will explain why advocates of socialism should understand and acknowledge socialism’s horrific history.

TUESDAY | June 18

William Perry Pendley

In 1977, President Jimmy Carter, pundits, politicians, and interested parties declared that oil and natural gas would run out by 2007 if we did not drastically reduce our use of hydrocarbons.  Ronald Reagan didn’t believe it. Forty-two years after President Carter’s pronouncement, the United States is now energy independent. What happened? Tuesday, attorney and author, William Perry Pendley, will explain how America’s energy boom is changing geopolitics just as Reagan foresaw.

WEDNESDAY | June 19

Audrey Carlson

Did you know of Thomas Jefferson’s six children, only one survived to old age and of Abraham Lincoln’s four sons, only one survived to adulthood? Why? It wasn’t that they had uniquely bad luck. The problem was they lived in the age before hydrocarbons. Today, reliable, affordable and abundant energy, coupled with unbridled human resourcefulness, are improving people’s health and lifting more individuals out of poverty across the globe. Wednesday, Audrey Carlson with Liberty Oilfield Services will explain the inextricable link between health & hydrocarbons.

THURSDAY | June 20

Jan Cook

Patti Kurgan

The Delphi Technique. Have you ever attended a community meeting where you genuinely thought that your voice mattered and would be heard, only to walk away feeling that a decision was made by “consensus” and that your opinion had been manipulated? Welcome to the world of the Delphi Technique which is effectively used by politicians, pundits & interested parties to get Joe and Jane Q. Public to agree to a predetermined policy or project. Patti Kurgan, former member of the Pay Equity Commission and Jan Cook, grassroots activist, join me to explain the Delphi Technique.

FRIDAY | June 21

Rick Turnquist

The year 1984 has come and gone. But George Orwell’s prophetic, nightmarish vision of the world, that he wrote in 1949, is timelier now than ever before.  1984 is still the great modern classic of “negative utopia.” Friday, author, Rick Turnquist and I will dissect George Orwell’s 1984.

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