10-2-2020 The Bryan Hyde Show hr 1

Oh, 2020. You are a gift that just keeps on giving. Now that the president has tested positive for Covid-19, there’s another level of intensity being added to an already polarizing election. Are you quietly and steadily stocking up on needed items? Kent McManigal suggests it might not be a bad idea.

Ready to zoom out to get the big picture? I’ll be sharing Part 2 of Jim Quinn’s masterful summarization of our current national dilemma. There’s not a lot of good news in there but you’ll definitely have a good feel for what’s shaking out.

Can the government make you eat your broccoli? No, says Judge Andrew Napolitano, but it can tax you if you don’t. This is some great analysis of the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) and why the latest nominee to the Supreme Court has serious misgivings about it.

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2 thoughts on “10-2-2020 The Bryan Hyde Show hr 1”

  1. I’m a 66 year old grandmother. I love my country, but I’m scared to death of what is happening regarding the rise of socialism. I don’t trust that the Republicans will even do much to stop it. They seem so weak and ineffective. My husband says I am getting too upset and shouldn’t listen to the news or your podcasts because they are overwhelmingly negative and offer no hope for the future. Basically if socialism wins our country is over, kaput, finished. Are you able to offer any words of hope? I’m full of anxiety and feel helpless.

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    • I hear you Janet. It’s discouraging to see how badly things have gone off the rails. I’m sorry that you are feeling no hope for the future as you listen to my podcast. It’s getting harder to balance the need for timely and substantive content with the risk of spreading more negativity in the process. I don’t know how long you’ve been a listener but I try to spend a fair amount of time reminding my listeners that we all have influence that can be used to make the world a better place.

      Sadly, too many of us have been taught to think that only political efforts will have any meaningful impact. This is not true. When everything we think or do becomes political we imprison ourselves in a mindset that limits our ability to see the other alternatives. This is a cause for much of the anger, anxiety and fear that we’re seeing today. My best advice is to humbly ask God what He would have you do and listen carefully for what He speaks to your heart.

      You’ll likely start to recognize opportunities to teach, lift and encourage those around you. Even if it’s just one person, these efforts are never wasted. With God’s help, we can all accomplish things that have higher value than simple political victories. The world needs people who love liberty (and its divine Source) more than they hate or fear their enemies. That’s where I find hope. I wish you the best.

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