• Interview with Keith Fitzgerald, Part 2

    October 28, 2008

    As the election approaches I dedicate the entire show to the second part of my interview with Keith Fitzgerald. In it Keith explains why politicians must avoid being ideological or dogmatic, he makes a strong case for the necessity to be flexible and inclusive, and I (inadvertently) give him an opportunity to demonstrate how this is done, when I am dogmatic and intransigent and Keith proves to me how my inflexible stance keeps me and the other from a compromise that would
    bring us both what we want.

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  • Interview with Keith Fitzgerald, Part 1

    October 21, 2008

    Camouflage Weight Problem – The unconscious uses problems we already have as Camouflage to distract us from problems we are not yet ready to face. In this show I demonstrate how a concern about being overweight can be a camouflage problem. I also air the first part of a two part interview with State Representative and Political Science professor, In this part of the interview Keith describes the art of politics and explains the importance of being a “savvy politician”. He dispels the notion of politics as a cynical profession and shows us how it can be a noble and worthwhile one.

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