Why Are We So Divided? … The Lost Art of Civility

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What the hell is going on in the world right now? Why are we so divided? Why can’t we be open to and respect differing opinions? Why have we lost the art of Civility? This week, my very special guest, Boston Jeff, and I really get into why we are becoming so divided in our ideologies (not just in the U.S.) and the solution to coming together…the art of Civility. Jeff is VERY animated and very opinionated (he’s a Trump supporter while I am, well, let’s say OPPOSITE), which is a perfect combination for the topic. The Mess Has Been …

Why We Really Don’t Need to Fear the World According to Trump

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This week, I feel it’s my responsibility as your relatively aware and more experienced Uncle Gen X’er to help you though a very interesting time in history where you may be feeling a little, well, freaked out. Even if you, specifically, aren’t in the midst of a full on panic mode about where the world is heading with Trump’s election, the Brexit vote, global terrorism, a shirtless Putin’s shenanigans, China’s inability to admit that they are actually more capitalistic than communist and, let’s not forget batshit crazy Kim Jun North Korea boy and his massive insecurities being played out on …

Election 2016: Now What, Millennials?

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There was no way we weren’t going to talk about the election and how the Millennials impacted the election and how you will be impacted by the election. Here are some very interesting statistics from The New York Times, CNN and research from a Tufts University Study: 24 million under 30 voted, which is around half of the eligible voters, which is less than the 58% that voted in the last election 55% supported Clinton (60% supported Obama) with 37% supporting Trump Millennials favored Democrats by 18 points, but was 5 points lower than 2012 (CNN) If just Millennial votes …