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Welcome to episode 12 (part 1)!

In this episode, host Zach Rhoads meets with Dr. Michael Shermer, author, founding publisher of Skeptic magazine and public intellectual. In this episode, Zach and Michael compare liberalism and conservatism and reflect on the current state of politics in the US.

They also discuss why nonviolence should be favored over violence for enacting change, flows of information in the modern age and other topics. They wrap the episode up by briefly discussing the Unity movement. For further discussion on the Unity movement, check back for Part 2 of this conversation with Michael Shermer.

In July, Unity2020 burst onto the political stage with a simple yet radical idea -- elect two individuals from both political sides as a single ticket. Since then, over 30,000 (and growing) volunteers have joined the movement.

While Unity2020 is no longer working to achieve ballot access in the 2020 election, the need for the movement still continues.

*** Stay tuned for Part 2 later this week!
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Follow our latest flag bearer on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AoUnityPhoenix?s=20
Take the Pledge here! https://articlesofunity.org/pledge/
Join the discussion here! discuss.ArticlesOfUnity.org

To learn more about Unity, visit the website:
https://www.articlesofunity.org/

Make sure to like and subscribe to UnityNow! to get weekly content about the Unity movement!
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Michael Shermer on Twitter: https://twitter.com/michaelshermer
The Skeptic Society & Skeptic magazine: https://www.skeptic.com

Special thanks to our host Zach Rhoads, and our guest Dr. Michael Shermer. Also special thanks to Kimberly Eakin, Todd Niesen, Gabe Garber, Rick Martin, Toby Davis, Eric White and Alec Sorensen for research, production, editing and musical production.
Welcome to episode 12 (part 1)! In this episode, host Zach Rhoads meets with Dr. Michael Shermer, author, founding publisher of Skeptic magazine and public intellectual. In this episode, Zach and Michael compare liberalism and conservatism and reflect on the current state of politics in the US. They also discuss why nonviolence should be favored over violence for enacting change, flows of information in the modern age and other topics. They wrap the episode up by briefly discussing the Unity movement. For further discussion on the Unity movement, check back for Part 2 of this conversation with Michael Shermer. In July, Unity2020 burst onto the political stage with a simple yet radical idea -- elect two individuals from both political sides as a single ticket. Since then, over 30,000 (and growing) volunteers have joined the movement. While Unity2020 is no longer working to achieve ballot access in the 2020 election, the need for the movement still continues. *** Stay tuned for Part 2 later this week! - - - - - - - - - - Follow our latest flag bearer on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AoUnityPhoenix?s=20 Take the Pledge here! https://articlesofunity.org/pledge/ Join the discussion here! discuss.ArticlesOfUnity.org To learn more about Unity, visit the website: https://www.articlesofunity.org/ Make sure to like and subscribe to UnityNow! to get weekly content about the Unity movement! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UnityNowPodcast Twitter: https://twitter.com/UnityNowPodcast?s=20 Instagram: UnityNowPodcast Michael Shermer on Twitter: https://twitter.com/michaelshermer The Skeptic Society & Skeptic magazine: https://www.skeptic.com Special thanks to our host Zach Rhoads, and our guest Dr. Michael Shermer. Also special thanks to Kimberly Eakin, Todd Niesen, Gabe Garber, Rick Martin, Toby Davis, Eric White and Alec Sorensen for research, production, editing and musical production. leggi di più leggi meno

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