Amazing Race host Phil Keoghan (@PhilKeoghan) joins Justin on his weekly Facebook Live show to talk about the power of positive thinking and the need to get back to listening to each other again.
"There is an innate desire in Americans to support their fellow countrymen. It is there. Somehow we need to get back to that." - Phil
Join our Facebook live broadcast every Thursday night at 7pm CST on our "Kanew For Congress" Facebook page.
Follow Justin: @Kanew
Donate to our grassroots campaign: HERE
Talk around the topic of medical marijuana can get heated, but are there medical benefits to the plant that could potentially help veterans? Ex-marine @JoePlenzler is here to explain the American Legion's stance on the matter, and why they feel more research needs to be done to separate fact from fiction.
"To me, if it matters to one veteran, it's compelling. I'm up to 6 veterans who have told me the only reason they're alive today is they had access to cannbis."
Our FEC filing deadline is Sept 30... please support by donating! --> http://smarturl.it/donatetokanew
And follow: https://twitter.com/kanew
This campaign is about erasing the lines between us rather than darkening them. To do that we need to get back to listening to one another, which is why my first guest of the relaunch is DEAN CAIN AKA "SUPERMAN", a good guy I don't see eye to eye with on everything, but who I've always been able to talk to about anything.
"When you actually talk and exchange ideas, you can find that common ground."
I'm running for congress in Tennessee's 7th district against 16-year incumbent Marsha Blackburn. From now until next November this podcast will be an extension of the campaign, and will explore the issues facing our district, and America.
In this episode I try to explain a little about why I'm doing this. Next up: Dean Cain aka "Superman"
North Korea is an enigma. We know they have nuclear weapons, and we know they're a highly controlled society run by a madman who comes from a long line of them... but what do we know about what actually goes on there? The society? The people?
Not much. Lucky for us, Suki Kim (@sukisworld) bravely went undercover as an Evangelical English teacher for 6 months, and is here to tell us about her experience.
"Knowledge in that world is dangerous. Truth is dangerous. What goes on there is worse than my worst nightmare."
Read Suki's book and Follow Her.
(Sign up to get NEW EPISODE EMAILS HERE.)