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Spike Cohen joins Elliot Christenson and guest host Wendy Coriell for a freedom loving Liberterian centric episode. In this episode, we discuss why the cost of healthcare is so high in the United States as well as freedom of health care being a Constitutional right. We also discuss police brutality, BLM and qualified immunity. Do we learn if Spike will run for President in 2024? Why does Spike Cohen strongly feel the future success of the Libertarian party hinges on winning local elections and being involved in your community. Spike Cohen Links Spike Cohen's Current Collaboration Muddied Waters Media: Spike Cohen's Campaign YouTube Channel: Spike Cohen's Facebook Page:   Wendy Coriell Links Official Website: YouTube Channel: Ideas By Elliot Links Ideas By Elliot Podcast: Ideas By Elliot Facebook Discussion Group: Ideas By Elliot Patreon Support Page: Elliot’s Mobile App Boot Camp - Kids 12+:  
This is one for you to comment below on how we are wrong - but also to invite your friends and family to watch with you for a good discussion on which computing platforms you should be using in 2021. We discuss ChromeOS, iOS, macOS, Windows, Android and even a little Linux and how it applies to laptops, tablets and phones! For more from David Snopek: Indy Games using Godot myDropWizard Drupal Support: For more on Eric Christenson: To get that great TGTG Track "Fastest Algorithm" (and more): Spotify: Apple Music: Amazon: Bandcamp:
March 17th, 2021 Sheri "Hardship" Hartzheim and Elliot covered the challenges of politics in the close-to-post-pandemic local election world. For more information about Sheri and her campaign:  
Dan joined Elliot on February 26, 2021 to discuss the toxic issue of Gerrymandering in the United States and specifically in Wisconsin - along with some potential solutions. Daniel Theno is the author of Winning Local Elections: A Guide To Winning Local, County and Legislative Political Campaigns available on Amazon here.
Young people change the world. That was true when I was younger, and it's no less true now. One of the most inspirational interviews I've had came last week with GBAPS "ICSC" President Noah Becker. As this gets published, students are just arriving in class on March 1st. We touch on everything from mental health to politics to Linux. Yes, I asked what you all want to know: what is Noah's political future. 😎
Ald. Bill Galvin (sporting headphones that make him look like a space pirate) joins Elliot on January 28th, 2021 to discuss school opening, vaccines, Mayor Genrich and partisanship in City Hall, city services, the racist tax on the middle class (A.K.A. overnight parking ordinance) - we cover the gamut!
Ald. Brunette joins Elliot to recap 2020's crazy events and to discuss how we can get our city government more aligned and responsive to the needs and wishes of our citizens! From the election bomb in spring to attacks by our inspections department to wheel tax to redistricting, where's the mayor to cut our microphones!?
Rhonda Sitnikau joined Elliot to discuss the pending opening of the Green Bay Area Public Schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic including the issues surrounding this for students and families.
In this video, Lawrence Williams and Wendy Coriell join Elliot to discuss the blooming market of cryptocurrency. We discuss digital assets and digital currency such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Polkadot, XRP, Spark, Dogecoin, XLM and more. We'll take a look at cryptocurrency exchanges such as Coinbase and Kraken and how you can earn free crypto by learning about crypto. We'll also touch on Flare Finance and Flare Networks set to launch in Q2 as well as the lawsuit from the SEC against Ripple Labs. Set up an account on Coinbase and earn free crypto here: Wendy's Referral Link: Lawrence's Referral Link: Elliot's Referral Link:
We cover the gamut in our discussion on January 16th, 2021 with Brown County, Wisconsin Board Supervisor Patrick Evans (Even - not Odd 🤣). Taxes Budgets COVID Southern De Pere Bypass Project and more In memory of a great mother, provider, mentor, and friend - Kay Evans.
He is the driving force behind Green Bay news epicenter: The Green Bay Llama. Jason Jerry joined me on December 26, 2020 to discuss "new media", politics, The Llama itself, and most importantly his very personal connection with the tragic abuse story of Nate Lindstrom. Press-Gazette article by Haley BeMiller: #ibelievenate: GoFundMe: Greater Green Bay Society of the Llama:
He is one of my Libertarian idols and an omni-partisan force in his community as a Winnebago County Board Supervisor, Brian Defferding discusses the political divide, the Libertarian, and most of all the fulfillment of serving your community on a local level.
Interesting discussion with avant-garde independent filmmaker Jonwayne Stricker. What is fascinating was how inspiring and positive he is. In a year of fear, uncertainty, and doubt, this was a much needed shining light of self-assuredness. Make sure to check out Jonwayne's YouTube Channel He has a fan fiction site He's also involved with theater group Oshkosh Playin' Round Facebook: (Not much activity since last year for obvious reasons 😞)
Green Bay City Council Alder Barbara Dorff discusses the property tax special assessment relieving "wheel tax", her take on the city's response to COVID along with some of the potential positive after-affects, the mishandling of the 2020 spring election, and her positive action on assisting women in Politics! It gets heated, but this is an hour well-spent with one of Green Bay's most powerful and influential people!
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We covered the gamut with co-host Wendy Coriell talking about everything from spirituality to entrepreneurism. Find Rachel on Facebook: Find Queen of Peace Stores, LLC on Facebook:
We cover the entire spectrum of city issues from oppressive daily $50 fines to fluoride in the water to what it takes to run for local office. It's a fun discussion. You are guaranteed to disagree with one or both of us! :)
Elliot was joined by Wendy to discuss the growing California and U.S. Cannabis industry as well as other entrepreneurial issues facing an inspirational CEO in mid-pandemic 2020.
Discussion with Wisconsin State Representative Shae Sortwell on cannabis legalization efforts in the legislature for Wisconsin, an update on the November 2020 election issue, and his efforts on criminal justice reforn.
Fluoride removal activist Brenda Staudenmaier joined me on November 9th to discuss her push for removal of fluoride additives in municipal drinking water in Green Bay and the U.S. Green Bay Special Meeting of Protection and Policy Agenda Packet:      
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