Heard Tell: Crisis Clarifies; No, It Ain’t Christmas Yet; Helping Techers; Generational Voter Change

Guest Jonus Du talks why young voters are getting more “heterodox” and Cooper Conway joins to talk Teacher Savings Accounts to solve crowdfunding classroom supplies

Andrew Donaldson

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Your Heard Tell Show for Thursday, November 2nd, 2023 is turning down the noise of the news cycle and getting to the information we need to discern our times by talking about how crisis clarifies, and how we should be using our news media and social media feeds to judge the actions that political leaders, pundits, and everyone else when it really matters. Then, now that Halloween is over, time to deal with the folks who insist Christmas has started despite Thanksgiving looming. Our guest is Jonas Du who discusses his latest piece in USA Today on how the rising generations are voting, why Trump and MAGA is turning even young conservatives away from the GOP, why folks should get familiar with “heterodox” with more and more young voters, generational change, and more. Plus, Cooper Conway returns to Heard Tell with an interesting idea to get badly needed funding directly to in-classroom teachers for things like school supplies that circumvents the current issues in education and would be more sustainable than the crowdfunding and fundraising more and more schools and teachers are turning to. We end on a good note with a story of a rehabilitated bird that has found a hobby, of sorts.

All that and more on this episode of Heard Tell.

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Andrew Donaldson

Writer. Mountaineer diaspora. Veteran. Managing Editor @ordinarytimemag on culture & politics, food writing @yonderandhome, Host @heardtellshow & other media