Tag Archives: resentment

Video – Brett On Black Sheep Rising and Keene School Board Footage

Video for Podcast #265: Running On A Treadmill (On the Train Tracks) - Inside Public School Politics, plus another hour of discussion. And here is some selected clips from the Keene school board meeting we discussed. Show Summary: The Keene school district served us up a big ol’ helping of suck at last week’s deliberative session. School Sucks Project’s Brett Veinotte gets pulled into our outrage as we discuss the shenanigans that took place. Later, ...

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Podcast #265: Running On A Treadmill (On the Train Tracks) – Inside Public School Politics

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadAn optional show about the bitter morass of public school politics. I recently was a guest on the Keene-based Black Sheep Rising, with Darryl Perry and Conan Salada. Conan and Darryl have been involved in a effort to control school spending and the power of the local school board. It isn't going well. Bumper Music: "Nighttime In the Switching Yard" Warren Zevon "Da Rockwilder" Method Man and Red Man ...

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Full Video 185: The Red Pill Blues – Freed Minds and New Resentments

Topic: Stefan Molyneux and I discuss the anger and frustration that many people encounter after discovering the message of liberty. Context: When people become aware of the philosophy of liberty, many will feel anger, betrayal and paranoia... Is this why they often gravitate to politics first? Because it's such an appropriate outlet for those emotions? After another season of political hopefulness, reality sets in. Discussion: What to do next? -Political action vs. peaceful parenting -Acknowledging ...

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185: The Red Pill Blues – Freed Minds and New Resentments

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadTopic: Stefan Molyneux and I discuss the anger and frustration that many people encounter after discovering the message of liberty. Context: When people become aware of the philosophy of liberty, many will feel anger, betrayal and paranoia... Is this why they often gravitate to politics first? Because it's such an appropriate outlet for those emotions? After another season of political hopefulness, reality sets in. Discussion: What to do next? ...

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