Well, it’s official:
Saturday, November 7, 2020 — after an extended, nail-biting “mail-in ballot count” — Joseph R. Biden, Democrat, is now projected to become the “46th President of the United States.”
But, what does this really mean in 2020?
Almost half the electorate — over 70 million American citizens — voted for “the other guy,” for the current President of the United States, Donald J. Trump, Republican.
A not insignificant percentage of those Republican Trump voters are now accusing the Democrats of “rigging the election” … “stealing the election” … “fixing the election ….”
So far, nine separate legal challenges to these election results, in over half a dozen states, have been mounted by Republicans — in courts ranging from local state courts, to the Supreme Court of the United States itself.
NONE has been upheld.
So, are we still “hopelessly divided” as a country … or, capable once more of being “reunited?”
My guest tonight, historian Dr. Richard Spence, argues (with evidence!) that “The United States of America” has NEVER been “united.”
And, yet — across more than 240 years — when the “chips are really down,” the Nation has come together.
Will this also happen this time … after, perhaps, the most visibly disputed election of our lifetimes?
Join us … and find out.
Richard C. Hoagland
Trump Administration Suddenly Announces
Return of American Astronauts to the Moon …
Before End of President Trump’s Second Term!
Find Out “Why” Here:
1- Rick Levine’s November 2020 Forecast
2- Eagle Creek Fire Golf Photo
3- Power and Politics: The Psychology of Soviet-American Partnership by Jerome Bernstein, Jungian analyst
4- Living in the Borderland: The Evolution of Consciousness and the Challenge of Healing Trauma by Jerome Bernstein, Jungian analyst
5- Free PDF – “Where Do We Go From Here and How Do We Get There?” Politics Panel – One Year Later, Nov. 10, 2017
Dr. Richard B. Spence
Dr. Richard B. Spence is a Professor of History at the University of Idaho. His interests include Russian and military history along with espionage, occultism and anti-semitism. His major published works include Boris Savinkov: Renegade on the Left, Trust No One: The Secret World of Sidney Reilly, Secret Agent 666: Aleister Crowley, British Intelligence and the Occult, and Wall Street and the Russian Revolution, 1905-1925. He is the author of numerous articles in Revolutionary Russia, Intelligence and National Security, Journal for the Study of Anti-Semitism, American Communist History, The Historian, New Dawn and other publications. He has been interviewed on numerous programs and has been a commentator/consultant for the History Channel, the International Spy Museum, Radio Liberty and documentaries produced by the Russian Cultural Foundation.
2012, NROTC Faculty Excellence Award
2011, Recognized for Distinguished Service to the International Studies Program
2010, Fellow, Anti-Terrorism Program, Foundation for the Defense of Democracy, Tel Aviv
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Laura London studied experimental psychology at the University of Washington and earned her undergraduate degree in neuropsychology from a private Jesuit university.
After working for many years in neurology, neuro-imaging, and nuclear medicine at University Hospitals of Cleveland and its VA psychiatric hospital, she left that scene and entered into a 17-year Jungian analysis sending her deeply into the work of Carl Gustav Jung. She attended a wide variety of lectures, workshops and seminars with notable Jungian analysts and authors, and worked closely with the Jung Association of Central Ohio and the C.G. Jung Center in Chicago.
In 2015, she created the podcast Speaking of Jung: Interviews with Jungian Analysts, which led her to Zürich, Switzerland to visit the places where Jung lived and worked. For the past five years she has interviewed over 50 certified Jungian analysts in an effort to bring the theories and applications of Jungian analysis to a wider segment of the public. As host and producer she has made every episode available to stream or download for free at speakingofjung.com, where you’ll also find a treasure trove of resources on Jung, his psychology, and the people who practice it.