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This is the official radio network for Coffee Party USA. Our shows are listed at: http://www.coffeepartyusa.com/blog_talk_radio_show_schedule Our shows have audience participation from all over the country. All are hosted, researched, and produced by Coffee Party volunteers.

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?Civility without reason, or reason without civility, are disingenuous attempts to understand one another.? Call 301-259-1869 and share your thoughts on this statement. We might play your comment on Lunch with Louden! Background: Poll after poll tells us that Americans agree with one another more than they disagree. This appears to be true whether the topic is the toxic effects of money in politics, the over-reach of corporate persons, inequality within justice and law enforcement, or who should be allowed to vote. So why does the country feel so polarized? We have talked before about how word tricks are used to make us appear unlike one another: that polarization is the antidote to unity. Coffee Party USA has taken the position that civility and reason are the the keys to unlocking the linguistic doors between the many houses of American thought. But civility is often discounted as manners over substance, and reason is often discounted as ?your? facts. IMHO civility and reason only become powerful when exercised together. Civility without reason and reason without civility are just more of ?the same?: noise that passes for conversation and the verbal jousting that passes for attempts to understand one another. If the goal is to see where we do agree, where we can join to make change, then certainly the concept of civility AND reason are worth a try. Follow Lunch with Louden and Coffee Party USA on Facebook.
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I am webcasting from Wilmington, NC tonight where Annabel Park and I are filming our new documentary Story of America. In North Carolina, politicians are insulating themselves from the electoral process through a combination of... more

Are you amongst the many who think that only the right wing groups seek to corrupt our government by flooding Washington with money? Tonight, Press [1] for Democracy takes a transpartisan view of corruption, seeking out... more

Today I want to discuss scandals. Well, I mean manufactured scandals, the AP scandal, the IRS scandal, and the Benghazi scandal that never goes away. I wrote several articles on these that I want to explore. I want to also... more

Here's a different way of looking at Money in Politics: What if our elected officials are trapped in a broken system trying to do the right thing? And we (the people) need to free our elected from daily fund raising and the fear that... more

Oklahoma. With sadness, shock, and sorrow for fellow Americans who lost lives, loved ones, and homes in yesterday's tragedy, tonight on The Middle Ground we welcome back D.R. Tucker, conservative writer and blogger who crystalizes the... more

How many times [per week] does the mainstream media report a sensationalized story based solely on rumor, conjecture, and ?unnamed sources? in an attempt to scoop the competition? Then, once the actual facts are revealed, rarely if ever... more

This has been a long tiring week. As you know, I am a member of the Leadership Team ofMove To Amend. I represent Coffee Party on that Executive Committee. This week Move To Amend had its retreat in Portland Oregon where we... more

The secret of change is to focus all of your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new - Socrates JD Messinger recently explored our First Amendment right to redress: the list of grievances he made was so long he began to see... more

by Eric Byler Live tonight from Raleigh, NC our special guest will be Rev. Dr. William Barber II, revered civil rights leader and head of the North Carolina NAACP. This video features Barber along with three noted history professors... more

Tonight on Press [1] for Democracy: Has the influence of special interests reached such heights that it can now defend itself? It has come to light that the IRS has been targeting groups applying for not-for-profit status who have,... more
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