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Lisa Nolan's Progressive Lifestyle & Politics Podcast

Lisa Nolan of Indivisible Resisters

Topics covered in Lisa Nolan's Progressive Lifestyle & Politics Podcast: Blue collar labor and USA manufacturing; healthcare, ACA, Obama Care; Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton; gerrymandering, voter and voting suppression; Russia, Putin, Trump; coal country; creating balance in your life; DACA, immigration; North Korea; and net neutrality. Other topics to be covered: green energy, the 2018 election, the Supreme Court, universal healthcare and Medicare for all, resisters running for office, the Mueller investigation; and recommended books, documentaries, and podcasts

Lisa Nolan's podcast is G-rated (no swearing), so it is safe to listen to with kids around.

Facts about Lisa Nolan: Raised by a single mom in 1970s San Francisco and currently lives in Northern California; registered as an Independent (since the age of 18); mid-life badass; BA and MA in English Literature and Creative Writing; 0 to 9 Montessori educator; mom to a child with Down syndrome; retired editor and publisher; loves wine but drinks tea; political junkie who is addicted to talk radio; and a puppy wimp and gardening freak.

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Jun 16, 2017

Climate Change Headlines You May Have Missed!#29 (Hosted by Lisa Nolan.) How G.O.P. Leaders Came to View Climate Change as Fake Science. Climate Action Never Depended on Trump: There are so many ways we can slow and stop the burning of fossil fuels in the United States. But we need to get to work. Russia and the U.S. Could Be Partners in Climate Change Inaction: The only big emitter to not ratify the Paris climate agreement, Russia may find it easier to slough off climate action with the U.S. matching its oil-focused view. This H.L. Mencken Quote Perfectly Describes Libertarians Skeptical of Climate Change. Which WV leaders praise withdrawal from climate deal. California, China sign climate deal after Trump's Paris exit. Signs of Climate Hope from Congress. Wait, What?: As Trump pulls out of Paris—and the world sighs in disgust—a bipartisan House caucus may be our last, best hope for taking the politics out of climate policy. 9.8 million people employed by renewable energy, according to new report. How to Raise an Environmentalist: Encouraging children to form an emotional attachment to nature may be key to protecting our planet’s future.

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