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REIMAGINEAMERICA RADIO HOUR – September 9 – Senator Ben Sasse

11 Minutes – That’s all the time it took Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse to teach a national high school civics class

One of the concepts I tried to teach my clients (and my family) is reuse.

  • If some program, process, technique or sweater has worked well in the past – then we can save a lot of money, time and energy by reusing that success rather than scrapping it just for the sake of saying we are doing something “new”.
  • Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse’s opening remarks at the Kavanaugh confirmation hearings are a perfect example of that concept. I could not make the case better than the good Senator which is why I thought you might enjoy hearing his remarks in their entirety.
    • While the remarks were carried live on all the major news channels – this particular clip comes to you courtesy of Fox News.
    • If you have kids in the house, especially those who will soon take their high school civics/exit exam, this would be a good time to bring them to the radio.
  • The Senator holds a Ph.D. in History from Yale University.
  • He served as an Undersecretary of Education in the Bush Administration
  • And then taught at the University of Texas School of Public Policy before returning to Nebraska as the youngest ever President at Midlands University.
  • He was elected to the Senate in 2012

In the Numbers This Week:

51 – The number of votes Brett Kavanaugh needs to be confirmed as an Associate Justice to the Supreme Court

$10 Million Dollars – Jeff Bezos donated to With Honor Congressional PAC

1 Anonymous Memo – worth the effort to track down the author?

 

Graphic Courtesy of Meet the Press

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