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Episode Info: 2 and a half years ago, I was very involved with a political organization that sought to add a third party candidate to the Presidential Election process. One of the things I got to do as a part of that organization was go to a conference in Omaha, Nebraska. I had never spent anytime in the midwest. I had been led to believe there was not a whole lot there. To the contrary, Omaha was awesome. It was definitely helpful that the temperature never got below 40 degrees in January. Downtown has lots of hotspots. Its walkable. And it has an old-time midwesterny vibe, coupled with a feeling that the city is charging toward the 21st century, without anything holding it back. If you get a chance definitely make your way to Omaha for a few days. It won't disappoint. At that conference, I met a bunch of cool, interesting, passionate people. The one, who I have stayed the most in touch with is Solomon Kleinsmith. He is a political advocate, editor in chief of, and his website design and search engine optimization business, Big Omaha SEO, is growing rapidly. At one time, Solomon had the No. 1 centrist blog on the internet. He would routinely field calls from producers looking for a centrist viewpoint on a particular issue. Because of his extensive political background, I brought him on the show to discuss millennial issues, how he became a centrist, and some current political issues that can't seem to escape the news.
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