The Book of Dad -Dr. Robert Benson
About This Show
Whether your child is 2 years old or 32 years old they are still your
babies. That is a long time to be a parent! You don’t have to weather the storm on your own, The Book of Dad is an upbeat weekly review of personal anecdotes, helpful tips and communal chat about the ups and downs of parenting and specifically being a Dad that will cheer you on and give you a boost to keep on keeping on!
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The Book of Dad – Conservative Dilemma
Feb 22 15
As the next general election hour glass starts to shift, Americans ponder to make their stance on being conservative or liberal. These terms are normally associated with citizens falling on either side of dichotomies associated with race, political affiliation, age and other ways people tend to segregate and associate with each-other. Conservatism is normally associated with "retaining traditional social institutions" or as some may see it, natural selection. Conservatism has historically been associated with the dominate white male, ruling his society through laws, education and employment. And, guaranteeing all due process. The liberal on the other hand is associated with the opposite, so much so that the term conservative scares and intimidates them. We beg to differ, there is a significant sample of the population who sees themselves as conservative, and don't fit the traditional demographic mode, nor are they locked in on either side of the dichotomy; they simply want an informed society. Today we talk with two conservative citizens, Darryl Wilson and Montez Diamond of the non-partisan Conservative Alliance who simply want just that, an informed society. We discuss the dilemma associated with conservatism, being conservative, and a major event that serves to inform society, the Georgia Conservative Summit.
A staunch advocate of conservative America in the tradition of abolitionist Douglass and civil rights movement. A military brat, he traveled throughout the country and abroad, learning every nuance of freedom and subject to various shades of bigotry and bias. Darrell graduated from Kentucky State University, he went on to become the first KSU graduate to become a combat qualified Naval Aviator, and served 9 years as an Division Officer, flight instructor, he now flies as Captain at one of the largest airlines in the world. Father of 4, he and his family have resided in and served communities from Pensacola, Florida to Tuskegee, Alabama to Denver, Colorado and now makes his