One Good Question

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This week I talk to Michael Seamans and he presents me with a thought provoking question, that leads to a conversation that spans many different ideas and scenarios. Buy Prints From MichaelMichael's WebsiteFind & Follow Us!
Today’s show is going to be a bit different, because we have Matt Hongoltz-Hetling making his second appearance on the show and we are talking about his first book, “A Libertarian Walks Into a Bear”, which went on sale on September 15th. Matt is an award winning, freelance Journalist. He has been a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize for Local Journalism, he has won the George Polk Award, and has been voted Journalist of the Year by the Maine Press Association. We cover several topics from his book including the intersection of the Libertarian philosophy and personal responsibility, the balance between the greater good of society/community and government overreach, and the perils of cat induced insanity. With all the craziness in the world right now, it was nice to get a change of pace. This was a fun conversation, about a great book!Matt Hongoltz-HetlingA Libertarian Walks Into a Bear on Indie BoundFind & Follow Us!
This week I talk about the events that led us to the upcoming battle over RBG's seat, and not enough about RBG. Primarily because, we (cumulatively) need to be reminded that the hypocrisy of the moment exists on both sides of the aisle. The universe is presenting us with a test that we will most certainly fail.Find & Follow Us!
The officers who shot Breonna Taylor, will not be arrested, nor should they be. This week I talk about how I arrived at that conclusion. I acknowledge the hard truth of that were revealed by the investigation of the New York Times and their podcast, The Daily. The Daily Find and Follow Us!
This week is another Conversation on Culture with my good friend Kip Stehling. We discuss current events, the Black Lives Matter Movement, and the historical perspective race relations. This is a small part of a larger conversation, so look out for at least one, but most likely 2 more episodes from this conversation. Joining us in People of the Pod today is Jade Madison Scott founder of With Good Company Productions and the host of On Their Way. TED Talks: An Interview With the Founders of BLMWith Good Company ProductionsFind and Follow Us
This week we are talking about escaping the noise. What are you doing in these times to decompress and preserve your mental wellness. Join the the conversation! 929-4-OGQ-POD (929-464-7763).Find and Follow Us!
Today, August 26, 2020, is Women's Equality Day which recognizes women winning the right to vote. In this episode I approached some of my friends and asked them, "What does Women's Equality mean to you?". Keeping with the spirit of Women's Equality Day, my guest in People of the Pod is Deneen L. Garrett, host of 'An Intimate Conversation With Women of Color'. We talk about her podcast and its mission to empower women. Finally, as a special treat Taylor Dee and her band Shots Fired has provided all of the music for today's episode. Check the show notes below for how to find Deneen and Taylor.An Intimate Conversation with Women of ColorTaylor Dee and Shots FiredFind and Follow Us!
This week I want to know your thoughts about Campaign Zero. Don't know what Campaign Zero is? Check the link below. Join the conversation. 972-4-OGQ-POD (972-464-7763).Campaign ZeroFind and Follow Us!
Here's a little more from my conversation with Josh from the podcast, All The People You Should Know. In this segment we are talking about the demographics of our respective communities and states, and the politics that accompany them, and we end with how religion and politics intersect. Josh is also the guest for People of the Pod. We are now a proud member of the All the People Podcast Network!Find and Follow Us!All The People NetworkAll the People You Should Know
This week I talk about the degrading state of discourse in our culture due to the increasing divisiveness of our politics. Join the conversation. 972-4-OGQ-POD (972-464-7763).Find and Follow Us!
I talk to the host of the podcast, All the People You Should Know. We have a conversation about the social justice movement, leadership and building allies. Find & Follow Us!All the People you Should KnowCampaign Zero
In Part 2, Cliff and I move from Campaign Zero and get into broader societal and political issues like the legalization of narcotics. Then in People of the Pod, I speak with Ricky Weaver of the podcast Connections Untold. Campaign ZeroConnections UntoldFind & Follow Us!
Yep. I said it. This week I tell you why Belichick and the Pats will go further than Brady and the Bucs (if there is a season). I also have little rant about Hydroxychloroquine.Find and Follow Us!
This week I welcome my friend Cliff Myah and we discuss the goals of the Social Justice movement as it pertains to policing. He introduces me to Campaign Zero and their 10 part plan to improve both policing and the relationship between police and communities of color.People of the Pod: This week I welcome to Tokeo Jameson of Tokeo's Smoke Show. I have one word for you, Elmwood. Make sure you click the link and check out his show!Find and Follow Us!
This week we discuss the cavernous knowledge gap between our elected officials and the world of technology they are tasked with regulating. I also open with my first Hotline Rant. Find & Follow Us
In this episode of Tables Turned, Dusti and I have a quick conversation about my word for the year (recorded pre-COVID-19). BONUS: Another quick conversation with fellow Podcaster, Deneen Garrett.Find and Follow Us!
Welcome to Episode 1 of The Hotline Show. Today I take four calls to discuss the legacy being built by those who are leading today's Social Justice movement. Thank you to all of those who participated on the hotline. If you would like to leave us a message, for any reason, call us at 929-4-OGQ-POD (929-464-7763). Find and Follow Us!
This week we return with the host of the podcast Assorted Goods, Dan Felton. I was introduced to Dan through his work on the Tulsa Massacres (links to both episodes below). We talk about empathy and thoughtfulness in these times and discuss the varying levels of self awareness in the discourse of this point in history. I also debut People of the Pod. A segment I am using to highlight independent podcasters. Tulsa (Part 1)Tulsa (Part 2)Assorted Goods Website
Tanner and I talk about the politics surrounding the recent events surrounding the murder of George Floyd. This conversation  was a great example of how their are many different fronts that this battle has to fought on. Find and Follow Us!
James and I get into a more personal, from a cultural perspective, conversation and discuss how our culture interacts with and looks at policing. We also talk about a couple of personal experiences with the police.Find and Follow Us!
Vince returns to lend his perspective on recent events as both a Black male and a Police officer. His insight adds a lot of nuance that is missing from the general conversation. We also get into a brief conversation about unions and Police Associations.Find and Follow Us!
James and I have a really frank talk about everything going on, and touch on a lot of subjects. This one is unique because it is very unedited. It is the most natural of the conversations that I had, so I decide to not mess with it too much.Find and Follow Us!
Matt and I have a really insightful conversation about police violence, police accountability, the messaging of the movement, and how the movement builds allies. The insight I received from this conversation was the most poignant of all the interviews I had in this series.Find an Follow Us!
This is the introduction to the upcoming 5 part series on culture. I speak with five of my friends, all with different backgrounds. We discuss the recent even surrounding the murder of George Floyd, and the things we are focusing on in these times. I think it is important that we hear regular people who share similar day to day experiences have these conversations, so even after these initial five, you will continue to see episodes of this series. Keep you eyes on your feed. They will be arriving shortly.Find and Follow Us! 
This is Part 5 of a 5 part series where I discuss the effects of the COVID-19 crisis with nurses with different specialties, who work in different cities. In the spirit of One Good Question, they all received the same question. Join us as we listen to the observations and feelings of these brave nurses.
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Podcast Details

Created by
Leon Davis
Podcast Status
Potentially Inactive
Jan 21st, 2020
Latest Episode
Oct 2nd, 2020
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
28 minutes

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