A.M. America

A.M. America

By A.M. Pfeffer
Like much everything else these days, optimism has become a polarizing subject, but it shouldn’t be. Scratch that. Irrational optimism can and does create problems, but rational optimism is our true national mantra, and we would do well to remember that. Because despite the constant barrage of naysaying and fear mongering and divisiveness and outrage, America is poised to emerge stronger than ever from this post-truth world we are living through, and this podcast explores how a rationally confident outlook brings power back to the people. Back where it belongs.
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