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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 19 May 22

January 15th, 2019 was the night I got wasted on a livestream downing shots of Patron. It was also the time I accidentally disclosed my private, personal, email address to… View Post The post Surviving Dave Rubin’s “Don’t Burn This Country” appeared first on Areo.

January 15th, 2019 was the night I got wasted on a livestream downing shots of Patron. It was also the time I accidentally disclosed my private, personal, email address to… View Post The post Surviving Dave Rubin’s “Don’t Burn This Country” appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 11 May 22

Donald Trump has spent his brief political career assaulting the norms and institutions that sustain American democracy, from his attacks on the judiciary to his ongoing effort to discredit the… View Post The post A Better Way to Save American Democracy appeared first on Areo.

Donald Trump has spent his brief political career assaulting the norms and institutions that sustain American democracy, from his attacks on the judiciary to his ongoing effort to discredit the… View Post The post A Better Way to Save American Democracy appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Mar 22

When we comment on a political movement, we should avoid depicting it either as destined for victory—a noble upswelling of the common people against the forces of evil—or as destined… View Post The post Practical Politics: Meagan Day and Micah Uetricht’s Bigger Than Bernie appeared first on Areo.

When we comment on a political movement, we should avoid depicting it either as destined for victory—a noble upswelling of the common people against the forces of evil—or as destined… View Post The post Practical Politics: Meagan Day and Micah Uetricht’s Bigger Than Bernie appeared first on Areo.


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 6 Mar 20

What a difference a Super Tuesday can make! Last week I and many others wrote off Joe Biden’s candidacy as hopeless. Now he is the front runner for the Democratic nomination in a two-man race with Bernie Sanders. What happened? And what might it reveal about the race going forward? To ponder these questions, I invite onto the podcast two of my favorite Integral political pals, Diane Musho Hamilton and Terry Patten. The post So It’s Joe appeared first on The Daily Evolver.

What a difference a Super Tuesday can make! Last week I and many others wrote off Joe Biden’s candidacy as hopeless. Now he is the front runner for the Democratic nomination in a two-man race with Bernie Sanders. What happened? And what might it reveal about the race going forward? To ponder these questions, I invite onto the podcast two …

So It’s Joe – Biden claims the middle lane in a race with Bernie Read More »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 27 Feb 20

It’s the high political season here in the U.S., and like all good citizens I am called on to cast my vote. My fellow Coloradans and I are part of Super Tuesday, where one-third of the Democratic electorate will decide who we want to go up against President Trump in November. In this podcast, I attempt to bring an integral sensibility to my decisions on the six major candidates, and to share how I’ve come up with my own final three. The post Bernie, Bloomberg or Pete? appeared first on The Daily Evolver.

It’s the high political season here in the U.S., and like all good citizens I am called on to cast my vote. My fellow Coloradans and I are part of Super Tuesday, where one-third of the Democratic electorate will decide who we want to go up against President Trump in November. In this podcast, I attempt to bring an integral …

Bernie, Bloomberg or Pete? – Choosing from My Final Three Read More »


By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 9 Jan 20

President Trump’s drone assassination of Iran’s General Qassim Suliemani has dramatically increased the tensions between the US and Iran. It also raises concerns about Donald Trump’s motives and judgment in carrying out a U.S. President’s most deadly option, and what the ramifications may be. In this episode, I attempt to shed some integral light on the situation. The post Trump Trips the Trigger on Iran appeared first on The Daily Evolver.

President Trump’s drone assassination of Iran’s General Qassim Suliemani has dramatically increased the tensions between the US and Iran. It also raises concerns about Donald Trump’s motives and judgment in carrying out a U.S. President’s most deadly option, and what the ramifications may be. In this episode, I attempt to shed some integral light on the situation. The post Trump …

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By: The Posts Author | Posted on: 14 Mar 18

“We’ll always have Paris” says Rick to Ilsa in the film Casablanca, referring to the cherished memory of their brief love affair, now over.I’ve been thinking a lot about Paris recently, though in less romantic terms. The Paris agreement on Climate Change sealed in 2015 was something of an international love-in. Announced with all sorts of fanfare, you could be forgiven for thinking it was, like many love affairs, too good to be true. Will this global love-in really go the distance? Will the world really be able to keep temperature rises below 1.5°C? If last week is any indication, I’d …

What Trump can teach us about tackling Climate Change Read More »

“We’ll always have Paris” says Rick to Ilsa in the film Casablanca, referring to the cherished memory of their brief love affair, now over.I’ve been thinking a lot about Paris recently, though in less romantic terms. The Paris agreement on Climate Change sealed in 2015 was something of an international love-in. Announced with all sorts of fanfare, you could be forgiven …

What Trump can teach us about tackling Climate Change Read More »


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