KMO talks with Harvey J. Kaye, author of Take Hold of Our History: Make America Radical Again, about what it means to be radical and how Americans can empower themselves by re-connecting with our history of radical organizing and action. KMO makes reference to The Final Reflection, a Star Trek novel from 1985.
KMO talks with Kevin D about how the intensifying cultural conflict in the US has affected National Public Radio.
KMO and Rob talk about 3 items from Peter Zeihan's Cutting Room Floor files concerning South Korean, Mexico and Japan. How will they fair once the USA hangs up it's spurs and stops being the global sheriff?
The interview with Philip, a Millennial, concludes in this episode, and then KMO riffs on the subject matter that he's been covering in his daily YouTube videos for half an hour.
KMO talks with Phil, a 31 year-old Massachusetts native living in Baltimore, Maryland about a his political awakening campaigning for Obama as a college student and then voting for Jill Stein a short four years later. Other topics include the Great Awokening, campus culture, Peak Oil, and the potential future struggles of China.