Linda Goudsmit
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CRN digital radio interview with Linda Goudsmit on Chuck Wilder's Talkback November 6, 2020

November 5, 2020

I will be interviewed by Chuck Wilder on CRN digital talk radio tomorrow, Friday, November 6, 2020 at 2p EST.

We will be discussing my latest article, "Winning! Winning! Winning!."

My articles are all available online at:

To access the Talkback interview please follow the updated instructions below.

I hope you enjoy the show.



How to access Talkback with Chuck Wilder on CRN digital talk radio:

1. Open CRN link:

2. Place cursor on LISTEN at top of screen -> click CRN RADIO from dropdown menu -> click CRN 1

3. Click Talkback with Chuck Wilder

4. Click on large arrow for live streaming

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Winning! Winning! Winning!

November 1, 2020

We measure ourselves from the time we are children. "Johnny grew three inches!" "Susie got all As in school!"

We compare ourselves with others to measure our accomplishments. "Johnny is faster than Fred." "Susie is smarter than Mary."

We compete with each other for advancement. "Johnny won a gold medal in swimming!" "Susie got into Harvard!"

We measure, compare, and compete with others as we establish our own individual identities. We also measure, compare, and compete with ourselves as we establish our own internal sense of self. So, what is the problem?

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Porking the Supreme Court

October 30, 2020

According to Wikipedia, the familiar term porkā€barrel politics "refers to instances in which ruling parties channel public money to particular constituencies based on political considerations, at the expense of broader public interests. . . .Typically, 'pork' involves funding for government programs whose economic or service benefits are concentrated in a particular area but whose costs are spread among all taxpayers."

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The Odd Couple: Joe Biden and Kamala Harris

October 27, 2020

We all know couples whose attraction to each other is confounding. We wonder, what do they see in each other? How do they find each other attractive? Often, marriage is a business arrangement. So it is in politics.

Presidents and vice-presidents are often selected by the constituency they bring to their party's ticket. The 2020 election is no exception. The Biden/Harris ticket is an odd coupling. Biden is a corrupt, career politician, and dedicated globalist. His family financial dealings in Russia, Ukraine, and particularly communist China, make Joe Biden a national security risk and a threat to American interests worldwide.

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Remembering Martha Mitchell

October 20, 2020

Does anyone remember Martha Mitchell? I do.

Martha Mitchell was the wife of John N. Mitchell, United States Attorney General under Richard Nixon. Martha had a habit of listening in on John's phone calls and meetings, and then phoning her media friends with political scoops.

John Mitchell and Richard Nixon became acquainted through their professional careers when their law firms merged and became Nixon Mudge Rose Guthrie Alexander and Mitchell. In 1968 Nixon appointed John Mitchell as his attorney general. The Mitchells moved from New York to Washington DC, and into the Watergate apartment complex.

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