Most people agree that our disagreements are getting out of hand. American blood is once again on American soil over "issues" that are important, but should never have gotten to the Life or Death stage.
The Civility Plan is an attempt to change this.
From Congress to the kitchen table, relationships are breaking. The podcast explores how we got to this point, and outlines some simple steps we can all take to repair our National well-being.
Here's the first step: Decide to do it.
Everything after that is just a matter of how much energy you want to put into it. Some steps are so simple, they actually take LESS energy than an Internet argument (Hint; part of it involves staying out of Internet arguments).
That sounds like a joke (and I do hope you see some humor in it), but the serious side of that we get manipulated into anger by some VERY smart people using Supercomputers and Nation-sized budgets.
Nobody likes being "fooled" or "conned", but this isn't a level playing field; it's Average American vs. Russia, China, North Korea, and bad actors here at home, all with their own agendas, and none with our well-being in mind.
The good news is that we're on to them. The first rule of Self-Defense is knowing that you should defend yourself.
It really is this simple. Maybe not easy, but it is simple, and we can do it.
It's not an (R) or a (D) thing, the future of the United States of America is at risk.
Different ideas about the best way to govern will always be in conflict, but conflict doesn't have to be as nasty as it is these days. In fact, if dealt with respectfully, it can produce the Best Path Forward.
We can do this. We MUST do this.
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At some point, I'll announce that the book is ready, and for sale. There may be T-shirts, bumper stickers, or coffee mugs, but I promise you, money is not "driving the boat" here; I'm out of debt, and semi-retired - my only priority is to contribute to the healing of this country that I love, and took an oath to defend.