Sunday, July 5, 2015

Beyond 50 on Holiday Break

      
   Friday, July 3
12 p.m. (PT)/2 p.m. (Central)/3 p.m. (ET)
A Live & Online Broadcast

 We'll be back next week, so tune in!
  
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The Cancer Survivor's Fear First Aid Kit
For Beyond 50's "Personal Growth" talks, listen to an interview with Dr. Shani Fox.  She is a naturopathic doctor in Oregon.  She'll talk about her 5-Step Method to relieve the fear of cancer's recurrence by having ways to stop the fear attacks, like how to replace fear with sustainable calm within moments and reeling back runaway thoughts about the future so you can enjoy today. 


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   The Jefferson Rule
 
In celebration of Independence Day, listen to an interview with David Sehat, a historian.  He'll explain about The Jefferson Rule - the unspoken conviction that any proposal or policy must be associated with and justified by the Founding Fathers—is a fact of American politics.  Liberals, conservatives, radicals, and libertarians alike look to the founding moment to justify their policies.  Our debate over the Founding Fathers is flawed in one crucial way: The Founders were not united and did not speak with one voice. 

When contemporary politicians use phrases such as “what the Founders intended,” they are calling on a querulous and divided group that did not and cannot offer the singular guidance that we might desire.  Beginning with the early national debate between Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton, continuing through the Civil War, the fight over the New Deal, and the Reagan Revolution, up to the disputes between Barack Obama and the Tea Party, Sehat will show that political consideration of complex issues has been reduced to asking: What would the Founders do?  That oversimplification obscures the real issues and has damaged American politics.


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The Real Founding Fathers
The five Native American tribes that formed the Iroquois Confederacy of the Eastern United States were self-governed by democratic laws rooted in natural and spiritual principles of social equality, pastorial peace, effective diplomacy, along with unity and strength as a confederation of peoples.  Their system of laws influenced the colonists in the drafting of the Revolutionary America's Albany Plan, the Articles of Confederation, and U.S. Constitution.

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