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The Engineering Politics Podcast

The Engineering Politics Podcast

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Engineering Politics is a source for conservative content used to forward and explain principles of conservatism. You do not need to be a conservative to find value with this content since I will be creating content for everyone to help them understand why conservatives believe what they believe.
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#28 – Seeing The World Through An Artist’s Eyes
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, Vesper Stamper comes on the show to talk about how artists have a unique skillset for characterizing the world and the people in it. We also talk about her new book, A Cloud Of Outrageous Blue. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
1:45:06
October 14, 2020
#27 – Trump Gets COVID
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, Truman from Return To Reason returns to talk about the news of President Trump and the First Lady testing positive for COVID-19. We talk about the political and social implications as a result of this news. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
1:00:13
October 2, 2020
#26 – Slightly Sophisticated
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, Kyle Ramos from the Slightly Sophisticated Podcast comes on to talk about the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and the problems with the current-day Democrat and Republican parties. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
1:31:47
September 27, 2020
#25 – RIP Notorious RBG
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, Truman from Return To Reason returns to talk about the passing of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, how the Republicans will handle it, and how this may add to the division in the U.S. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
1:15:09
September 21, 2020
#24 – Banished To The Kids Table
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, Truman from Return To Reason returns to talk about what will happen the day after the election. We make no predictions on the results of the election itself, but we dive into the possibility of violent outbreaks and how we can stop it from happening. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
2:15:43
September 17, 2020
#23 – Moving From Blue To Red
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast,Eric Boyd from Internet In Real Life comes on to talk about a recent move he made from his home state of California to Texas. We talk about why he made the move and why it is a popular trend. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
42:42
September 15, 2020
#22 – Conversation with Return To Reason: Election Special
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, Truman from Return To Reason returns to talk about the 2020 election, the DNC and RNC conventions, the current state of our politics, and what message is convincing to undecided voters. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
1:47:22
September 8, 2020
#21 - Conversation with Return To Reason: Red Flags
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, Truman from Return To Reason returns for another 2-part conversation on shifting hierarchies. This second and final part covers the red flags we should all look for in a corrupt hierarchy. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
1:46:48
August 26, 2020
#20 - Conversation with Return To Reason: Political Evolution
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, Truman from Return To Reason returns for another 2-part conversation on shifting hierarchies. This first part covers the political evolution of the Left and Right. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
2:10:15
August 24, 2020
#19 - Conversation with Return To Reason: Identifying Corrupt Hierarchies
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, Truman from Return To Reason returns for another 3-part conversation on hierarchies. This third part covers how to identify present corrupt hierarchies. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
45:27
August 13, 2020
#18 - Conversation with Return To Reason: Examples Of Corrupt Hierarchies
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, Truman from Return To Reason returns for another 3-part conversation on hierarchies. This second part covers several past examples of what a corrupt hierarchy looks like. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
1:13:29
August 12, 2020
#17 - Conversation with Return To Reason: Why We Do This
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, Truman from Return To Reason returns for another 3-part conversation on hierarchies. This first part covers why we feel the need to have this conversation in the first place. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
1:03:46
August 11, 2020
#16 - Conversation with Return To Reason: Hierarchical Inversion
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, Truman from Return To Reason returns for our third conversation. We talk more about the hierarchy flip (inversion), what caused it, and when it happened. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
2:14:12
July 22, 2020
#15 - Conversation with Commutation Constructs: Linguistic Propaganda & Verbal Framing
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, James from Commutation Constructs comes on the podcast for our first conversation. We talk about the different ways language can be used to change perceived reality. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
1:09:18
July 19, 2020
#14 - When The Fat Gray Lady Sings
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast - Current Events Edition, I review the resignation letter Bari Weiss submitted when leaving The New York Times, and why her letter highlights the damaging effects of cancel culture. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
10:03
July 17, 2020
#13 - Divided We Stand: A War Of Thought
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, I explain why our political divisiveness did not start with our politicians, and how we can solve issues related to meaning. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
19:03
June 29, 2020
#12 – Conversation with Return To Reason: The Overton Window
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, Truman from Return To Reason returns for our second conversation. We talk about the Overton Window, how it’s applied differently to different groups, and what the future of discourse looks like in America. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
1:50:53
June 12, 2020
#11 – Finding A Path Towards Justice
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast - Current Events Edition, I talk about the death of George Floyd and how we can avoid tragedies like this in the future. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
20:59
June 6, 2020
#10 – Conversation with Return To Reason: Government Job Description
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, I have my first conversation podcast with Truman from Return To Reason. We talk about the scope of government, what government is good at, and what government is bad at. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website  To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
1:24:26
May 21, 2020
#9 - Ignoring The Culture: The Fatal Flaw Of Conservatism
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, I explain why conservatives ignore the cultural influences on politics and how it will lead to their demise. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
13:35
May 11, 2020
#8 - Character-Driven Ideologies: The Superhighway To Hell
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, I explain how character-driven ideologies are damaging to the political discourse and leads to more division and empty political talking points. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
21:17
May 11, 2020
#7 - Pandemic 2020: Pro-Life Versus The Economy
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast - Current Events Edition, I talk about a popular talking point that conflates restarting the economy and abortion. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
18:18
May 11, 2020
#6 - The Free Market Of Ideas
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, I explain the fundamentals of the free market and how they apply to more than just managing money. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
16:33
May 11, 2020
#5 - Why Boys Shouldn't Cry
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, I explain why we teach men and boys to repress their emotions. I go through the utilities and drawbacks of this behavior from an evolutionary and cultural standpoint. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
15:14
May 11, 2020
#4 - Pandemic 2020: What We Should Learn
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast - Current Events Edition, I debunk some of the narratives surrounding the coronavirus pandemic that are being used to score political points, spread misinformation, promote bad ideas. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
17:34
May 11, 2020
#3 - The False Virtue Of Tolerance
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, I explain the concept of "tolerance" and how it is used, and misused, by the political Left and Right. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
15:45
May 11, 2020
#2 - Conservatism Defined
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, I list out a few of the most important conservative principles, why they are defended, and the criticisms of them. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community
23:30
May 11, 2020
#1 - Welcome To Engineering Politics
In this episode of The Engineering Politics Podcast, I introduce the story behind the creation of the podcast, reasons why there is a need for Conservative thought for a diverse audience, and the expectations and standards the podcast will be held to. For more information, visit the Engineering Politics website To support this content, become a member of the Engineering Politics Locals Community 
09:26
May 11, 2020