Condoleezza Rice and David Kennedy cross party lines to ask what it means to be American.
Transpartisan Note #88 - TheChisel.com provides a significant piece of what we call the ‘Transpartisan Impulse’.
"Encourage a bipartisan group of U.S. senators and representatives to form a Congressional Debate Commission."
Transpartisan Note #84 - We are not alone. Americans together share important goals, values, and dreams.
A Fact Can Change into An Alternative Fact and Vice Versa in Ways that are Surprising.
If you’re not alarmed, you should be: Who’s left to hold California’s government accountable?
Transpartisan Note #85 - Kim Jong-un aims at radically changing the world's perception of North Korea.
Check out Episode #19 - It's Not Easy Being Purple
Donald Trump, The Huddled Masses Yearning To Breathe Free Made America Great
Transpartisan Note #81 - A recent Washington Post feature highlights seven recurring themes about what unites America.
Transpartisan Note #80 - The real issue here is about engagement, just as many or most issues are about engagement.
In our louder and louder world, says sound expert Julian Treasure, "We are losing our listening."
Making difficult people seemingly disappear with well-designed process and by speaking personal truth grounded in belief
Certain forms of humor can bring people closer together.
Some may take pleasure in the discomfort of the media, but it is not a good situation for the country...
"There's a lot of discussion -- even a consensus building -- that our political leaders are out of touch."
Life After Hate was created in 2011 by former members of the American violent far-right extremist movement.
Michael Ostrolenk joins Kevin Rollins to talk about transpartisan dialogue and how to move politics to a higher level.
Harvey Price’s program brings Arab Christian, Muslim, and Jewish middle and high school students together.
Transpartisan Note #74 - The complicated impact of race, sex & power offers opportunities for learning & understanding.
Transpartisan Note #73 - These young pannists are participants in "The Peace Drums Project".
Sullivan also urges “mutual forgiveness” as the basis for genuine reconciliation.
Rev. Adam Hamilton is passionate about bridging the divides in his own congregation.
Beef consumption is expected to rise dramatically in the coming years.
An added benefit is that, after completing the course, you become a member of an active network of others who are committed to a ‘whole system’ orientation and working in a collective ‘optimal zone’.
“Open Carry LOVE, between my BROTHERS and my SISTERS, ALL OVER this LAND…”
Curious about his haters, Theo E.J. Wilson did the only reasonable thing – he went undercover and joined their ranks. In this insightful and downright hilarious talk, Theo shares some surprising discoveries about both sides of the aisle.
Transpartisan Note #66 - Transpartisan action begins with human engagement.
Patrick Walker is a co-founding member of the peaceful but aggressive Pitchforks Against Plutocracy movement.
Transpartisan Note #64 - We find a transpartisan spirit in this expression of life by Dick Gregory.
Transpartisan Note #63 - People united solve even the biggest problems .
More thoughtful and effective disaster policies are needed because the future will bring many more weather disasters like Hurricane Harvey.
“Crossing the Divide” project aims to satisfy a national hunger for greater civic engagement, media literacy, and journalism.
Transpartisan Note #51 - Personal, local, subjective experience like this, occurring at these events lies at the heart of the transpartisan political impulse.
Transpartisan Note #49 - Dr. Needleman captures an essential aspect of Transpartisan politics and policy.
Transpartisan Note #47 - A Presidential trip successful in advancing this spirit will advance the best hopes for humanity.
Transpartisan Note #46 - Daryl Davis, African-American R&B and blues musician, works to improve race relations.
Transpartisan Note #45 - Educate Girls Globally promotes positive social changes in the most “difficult” populations in rural India.
Transpartisan Note #44 - The Gander experience demonstrates that ordinary people can confront daunting problems and solve them together.
Transpartisan Note #43 - The Taney/Scott moment underscored reconciliation, a touchstone component of a transpartisan approach.
Transpartisan Note #36 - "What? You guys, I’m sorry, no. There’s a mistake. Moonlight, you guys won Best Picture."
Transpartisan Note #33 - U.S. policy experts widely believe that the world order requires strong American engagement.
Transpartisan Note #32 - In his first days, President Trump has revealed the weaknesses of policy made by Presidential tweets.
Transpartisan Note #30 - Transpartisan sensibilities may help us navigate the treacherous road ahead.
Transpartisan Note #28 - People in trances are not in control of themselves; they are not fully alive.
Transpartisan Note #27 - Burkiean vision offers a guide to action. Welcome to a happy 2017!
Transpartisan Note #26 - The American experiment enters the next phase of its development.
Transpartisan Note #21 - The problem is deep divisions in our society’s political party culture.
Special Transpartisan Note #01 - Police Chief group chair appologizes to minority communities.
Transpartisan Note #15 - Community policing is a public-safety philosophy based on partnership and cooperation.
Transpartisan Note #14 - The State of Political Debate -- Powerful factors influence Transpartisan realities.
Transpartisan Note #13 - Among factors influencing Transpartisan action, the state of debate is important but often ignored.
Transpartisan Note #11 - Left and right agree that both freedom and order are essential for solutions to social issues.
Transpartisan Note #10 - The contemporary Transpartisan movement appears to have two quite different faces.
Transpartisan Note #09 - Featuring an excerpt from a Huffington Post article by Jacob Hess.
Transpartisan Note #04 - Recruiting citizens requires seeing everyone as independent and capable of self-governance.
Transpartisan Note #03 - Adding the subjective to political discourse expands how we view reality.