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The Optimistic Curmudgeon

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The Optimistic Curmudgeon

OptimisticCurmudgeon2021

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The Optimistic Curmudgeon is an interview podcast where Josh Herring interviews expert guests whose credentials and experience help listeners understand truth in a confusing world. We discuss issues under seven areas: economics, politics, education, philosophy, business, virtue, and leadership! May the best ideas win.
 
You've liked him on Facebook, you follow him on Twitter. Now hear him live on KLRNRadio.com. Conservatives envy him and Liberals hate him. He hits every issue hard and with facts and if you aren't careful he can and will live rent free in your head! No holds barred and no punches pulled if you are on the wrong side of an issue he will call you out regardless of party affiliation. He is Grouchy Aka The Conservative Curmudgeon
 
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Campfire Curmudgeon

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Campfire Curmudgeon

Nicholas Jones and Heidi S.

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Hey campers! Welcome to the Campfire Curmudgeon! Where your hosts Nicholas Jones (the skeptic) and Heidi S. (the believer) talk about spooky stories! We read your listener submitted true stories, spooky legends, and other creepy events! Then we discuss them! Could this phenomenon be real? Could there be a reasonable explanation?
 
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Dr. Will Begley (PhD, UNC Chapel Hill), Latin Instructor at Thales Academy Rolesville, joins Josh for a discussion of Shakespeare's Measure for Measure. We explore the proper balance of justice and mercy, themes of fornication and adultery, the ways civilizations try to navigate the universal human drive for sexual interactions, and a novel reading…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan's main topics are the supply chain problems, and various aspects of the political situation for Democrats. All kinds of meaty stuff in there, but they also talk about Captain Kirk in space, and the NFL and Netflix scandals. Show Details: Recorded 2021-10-15 Length this week - 1:45:51 (0:00:23-0:32:21) …
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan talk about Europe a bit. Specifically mostly about European energy concerns. And they talk about Facebook. The outage. The leak. The perils of optimizing for engagement. And the possibilities of government regulation. But first the usual random stuff and some pre-show hijinks. Have fun! Show Details:…
 
Dr. Ben Voth, professor at Southern Methodist University and author of Debate As Global Pedagogy: Rwanda Rising, joins Josh to discuss a variety of topics he has researched and written about over the years. The episode begins with the ways race relations have improved in the United States since the Civil Rights era. Dr. Voth explains Afropessimism …
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan discuss some recent Apple software updates, Ivan rants about people who say they take climate change seriously, but still don't make personal choices that align with that, they discuss all the latest pandemic trends (spoilers, things are getting better at the moment!), and finally they discuss all the …
 
Dr. Donald J. Devine discusses his time in the Reagan administration, the current failures of the administrative state, and his most recent book, The Enduring Tension: Capitalism and the Moral Order. Devine argues that centralizing power is the flaw in our current governance, but that decentralizing power is the genius of western civilization.…
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam is joined by his 12 year old son Alex for the entire show. But for the first time, rather than talking exclusively about video games, his YouTube channel, and things like that as he has done before, he actually joins his dad in discussing a couple of movies and how the pandemic impacts him. He then pretends t…
 
Dr. Paul Mueller of The King's College (Manhattan) discusses Modern Monetary Theory, its origins, and contemporary application of MMT in the movements of the Biden administration. Along the way, he and Josh discuss the housing market, inflation, and the connections between economic theory and reality. Check it out!…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan talk about all kinds of things. From Facebook to General Milley, from Apple to Afghanistan. From Trump continuing to be a sore loser, to fun with unauthorized computer network access. And of course the pandemic. And a TV show. Show Details: Recorded 2021-09-18 Length this week - 2:12:23 (0:00:22-0:33:5…
 
John Henry Crosby of the Von Hildebrand Project comes on The Optimistic Curmudgeon for a ranging conversation about personalist philosophy. Josh and John Henry discuss Personalism, its position as a philosophical anthropology, the ways in which personalism elevates the view of the body and of human dignity, and the implications for applying persona…
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan do talk about the pandemic. You still can't really avoid it. But the rest of the show is more random. Everything from Ivan's neighbors having a fire, to Roombas, to Sam cutting his finger, to Gremlins, to a printer toner scam. Oh yeah, and there is a new website for the podcast. Yay! Show Details: Re…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam goes solo. Mostly. He discusses the big Texas abortion case at SCOTUS and the implications thereof. He discusses the pandemic, especially the latest on masks. Round it out with a bit on Afghanistan, a little on Hurricane Ida, a bit on a movie, and just a smidge about CPAPs, and you have a show! Show Details: Re…
 
Bob Luddy, CEO of CaptiveAire Systems and founder of Thales Academy, and Emily Launer, head of Human Resources for CaptiveAire and the Luddy Schools, share the keys to business success: Grit, perseverance, alertness, character, lifelong learning, and ignoring distractions. Join Josh, Bob, and Emily as they discuss the way living excellently leads t…
 
Dr. Jason Jewell discusses the unique graduate studies program in the humanities he runs at Faulkner University, his scholarship on Russell Kirk, and his views on where the conservative movement is today.โดย OptimisticCurmudgeon2021
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan once again concentrate on Afghanistan and the pandemic. On Afghanistan, everything from the aftermath of the bombing at the airport, to the political implications for Joe Biden. On pandemic, a bit on horse dewormers, ventilation, and mask quality. But first, Sam reviews a book, and Ivan shares some n…
 
Dr. Sam Gregg comes on The Optimistic Curmudgeon to share about the many ways in which realism grounds human thought and action. He and Josh have a wide ranging conversation about different application of moral ideas, and the way reality grounds economics.โดย OptimisticCurmudgeon2021
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Ivan and Sam's main topics are Afghanistan and the Pandemic. Would you expect anything else? But Ivan also talks about his car, Sam talks about a book, and, oh yeah, Ivan talks about prepping for a medical procedure and being sick with a virus that is not Covid! Enjoy the show! Show Details: Recorded 2021-08-21 Len…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan talk about the Pandemic, Afghanistan, Infrastructure, Voter Rights Legislation, and the Census/Redistricting for their serious topics. On the lighter side, they engage in some chatter about school drop offs and a movie. This was recorded before the fall of Kabul though, so you'll have to wait until nex…
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan's main topics are the pandemic and Andrew Cuomo. But they also talk about Brandy's run, old wine, and the possibility of drinking emoluments. A nice little show. Tune in! Show Details: Recorded 2021-08-06 Length this week - 1:47:33 (0:00:23-0:36:28) But First Agenda Brandy's run Old wine Drinking emo…
 
Josh interview Dr. Bob Luebke of the John Locke Foundation about the differences between the appearance and the reality of teacher salary changes in the state of North Carolina over 201-2019. Along the way, they also discuss the school choice movement, policy changes for improving public education, and the effect teachers' unions have on North Caro…
 
Josh Herring interview Robert Pondiscio about his experiences as an educator, educational policy expert, and the ways in which anti-racism harms the very students it attempts to help.โดย OptimisticCurmudgeon2021
 
Dr. Richard Vedder (Ohio University, Forbes, Independant Institute) discusses the economic, political, and social forces resulting in skyrocketing prices in college tuition.โดย OptimisticCurmudgeon2021
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, two shows in one! Sort of! First off, since Ivan couldn't make it, Sam essentially does a full length solo show. He discusses Covid stuff, Trump stuff, and Congress stuff. All the usual sort of news stuff. But then, since when he found out there was an opening, Sam's son Alex immediately volunteered, there is also …
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's corner the main topic, as it so often has been over the last year and a half, is the pandemic. Current trends, how to encourage more vaccination, all that sort of thing. But there are a lot of smaller topics too. Everything from nick names to infrastructure week (again) to how some MAGA folks think they will get Trump ba…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan discuss the surge of Trump stories this week from the various new books coming out, and the Guardian reporting on leaked Kremlin documents. Then they discuss billionaires in space. Which of them are doing what and why? But before that, Ivan is involved in a rescue, and Sam talks about a book. Show Deta…
 
On This week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan's main topics are the pandemic, a brief dip into Afghanistan and Haiti, and a check in on a few politics issues. But first, they have a wide ranging segment on everything from how Facebook moderates groups, to electric car charging infrastructure, to Disney eliminating covid restrictions, to Twitter …
 
This week on Curmudgeon’s Corner Sam and Ivan once again cover a huge variety of topics. Of course they cover the Trump Org indictment, Bill Cosby, and more about the building collapse in Florida. But they also talk about corporate documentation culture, the west coast heat wave, a delivery snafu, and even present Sam’s son Alex with a present. Com…
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan discuss the Champlain Towers collapse, developments with the voting rights bills in congress, the potential infrastructure deal, some SCOTUS stuff, and even freeing Britney. Before all that, they also talk about a mouse, and Van Gogh exhibits. Once again a full, jam packed show! Show Details: Recorde…
 
This week Sam and Ivan go into lightning round mode, with eight smaller topics rather than just two or three big ones. Everything from Biden's international meetings, to SCOTUS, to Ivan's broken phone, to Sam witnessing an egg theft. And lots of other stuff in between. What kind of stuff? You'll need to tune in and find out! Uh, or look at the full…
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, Ed joins Sam for some discussion of the whole thing with the Trump DoJ getting subpoenas of phone activity for some House Democrats and journalists, as well as the reactions to those revelations. Ed also provides some of his medical insight on the pandemic, as well as that new drug that was recently approved for …
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan let the "but first" part of the show take over. They discuss some corrections and feedback, a marathon charity livestream Ivan was watching, morning routines, medications, surprising computer problems, and image hoarding. And then to round it out they do get to some Trump stuff, some thoughts on Electi…
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner Sam and Ivan talk about the continuing negotiations on an infrastructure spending plan, the Ryanair incident with Belarus, and of course the pandemic. But first a little about Sam being tired, and Ivan having an expensive parking experience. So lots of fun. Take a listen! Show Details: Recorded 2021-05-29 Length t…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan talk about the pandemic, the back and forth surrounding having a January 6th commission, the Israel/Palestine situation, and the crypto crash. Somewhere along the way they talk about masks and a couple of movies too. Enjoy the show! Show Details: Recorded 2021-05-22 Length this week - 2:39:01 (0:01:49-…
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner, the return of "But First"! That is, before they talk about their main topics, Sam and Ivan just ramble for a bit about a few random things. I guess you could say the whole show is like that, but this is "But First!" so this is different! But then they settle down for the more substantive things. This week that is…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner, Sam and Ivan spend the most time on the pandemic, cause well, it is still here. They talk about the international curves, how there are both people trying to get back to normal too quickly, and people trying to do it too slowly, and about how so much depends on getting enough people vaccinated. But aside from all t…
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner Sam and Ivan talk about the fake State of the Union, Rudy Giuliani's legal troubles, the Pandemic, and the Census. So all the usual sort of newsy things this week. Ivan also notes the passing of an old friend. And that's a show. Stay after the outro for some extra behind the scenes chaos. Anyway, enjoy! Show Detai…
 
This week on Curmudgeon's Corner Sam and Ivan go a little light and fluffy, mostly avoiding the serious topics, instead talking about the helicopter on mars, some other space stuff, a bit on internet scams and the effectiveness of paper junk mail, and even some talk about the new Apple stuff that was announced a few days ago. Oh. And the pandemic. …
 
On this week's Curmudgeon's Corner Sam and Ivan talk about Police Violence and Infrastructure. And of course the pandemic. Can't forget the pandemic. It is not over yet. Really. So they talk about it again. Oh, and Sam talks about a book he read. And as usual, they go on a few tangents along the way. Enjoy! Show Details: Recorded 2021-04-17 Length …
 
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