Southern California based author, speaker, former assistant DA for San Diego County, lover of freedom and deep thinker James Valliant makes his victorious return in the Pews.
The episode commences with Glenn outlining why embracing the inevitable is so powerful and Jim discussing how often some of the worst circumstances we find ourselves in often turn out for the good, how some of Sir Isaac Newton’s most important scientific discoveries occurred when he was hunkered down during a plague scare and how this moment in history could cause what Angel described as a “COVID-19 Art Renaissance”. The Coach suggests the media would do well right now to be presenting to the public a stream of stress management experts instead of stoking so much anxiety and notes the networks are profiting off the crisis. Jim describes how he came to be an avid hand washer from his years as a prosecutor and sarcastically points out “we always make our best decisions when we’re panicking”. We hear how many positive things we could be actually doing to manage this moment, the importance of humor, sex and Kevin Bacon, what the late great philosopher what Ayn Rand might be saying about all this right now, the importance of selfishness in love, sexuality and respect and what a terrible idea it is to think God and prayer could do anything about this. The Grateful Dead and Joe Klein stop by. Plus, a ton more “organized fun with a purpose”. It definitely ain’t going to be boring!
NSFW or children. Strong Sexual Content, Language, Humor, Insight and Condemnation of Religion.
A portion of all proceeds donated to combat human sex slave trafficking and genital mutilation.