Joining hosts Dennis McCuistion and Jim Cathcart, Sunday, April 3, are:
Robert Hall, Author of This Land of Strangers, and a Huffington Post article, Hijacked, which inspired this program,
Chip Pitts, former Chair of Amnesty International. U.S.A., and former President and Chair of the National Bill of Rights Defense Committee,
Political polarization has taken its toll on religion, education, sports, families and business.
The chasm dividing and undermining our relationships keeps growing, with each side blaming and demonizing the other without seeing how their own actions have contributed to the situation.
According to a Battleground Poll, voters now rate “division in the country” as the most important issue facing them.
Voters are saying they want politicians who are willing to work together to get things done. Viewership of divisive sources, CNN and Fox, is dropping.
Join us and our esteemed team to learn more about the issues and potential solutions.
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