At a time of political polarization, two couple find a way to talk over dinner about their political differences. From the opening toast, listen in and learn as two couples from different parties and backgrounds explore a political conversation their mother never wanted them to have. There is no name calling, just one couple trying to explain to another why they vote Republican. You will…
• Appreciate the Pillars of Republican Values—Tax relief, smaller government, educational excellence and the American Dream.
• Understand how America’s strong military and free market capitalism are critical to the future of our republic and to lasting world peace.
• Use a self-test to identify what you believe on the values and issues that separate Republicans and Democrats.
No boring position papers here—just straight talk over dinner about political principles and issues that make a difference for America and its future. Pull up a chair and listen in!
Bonnie Thomas, with the Foothill Lincoln Club, writes: “Have you ever been nervous about opening your mouth about politics? Have you had anxiety about alienating those who feel differently about public policy? Has there been a situation where you have been timid about expressing your political opinions for fear your brain will freeze up and you will not know what to say or you worry you will become defensive? If so, this is the book for you!!!! Dr. Paulson hands you the key to be able to persuade people to listen to your point of view and not feel attacked or demeaned. He also delineates how to be articulate while discussing your thoughts in a well-organized, gracious and persuasive manner. …Clarity is the answer. You will NOT be sorry you read this book. I keep it handy as a reference.”
Terry Paulson is a psychologist, author, and political columnist for Townhall.com and the Ventura County Star. He’s an award-winning professional speaker for Fortune 500 corporations, associations, and Republican groups. He brings knowledge, insight and a tasteful sense of humor to every program he does and every book he writes.