Episode 27: A discussion with Ned Dorff

Ned Dorff, former Alderman for District 7 on the Green Bay City Council joins the Political Radar team this episode. As a progressive educator, Ned brings unique perspective on how politics are perceived by children in our public schools. Ned also shares what it means to be vegan.

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Topics Discussed Include:

- What is Ned wearing?
- What does it mean to be a Vegan?
- What is straightedge?
- Does Ned feel the Bern?
- Is Bernie's movement dead?
- What parts of Bernie's platform does Ned agree with?
- Should Bernie supporters support Hillary Clinton or Jill Stein?
- Has the DNC become more progressive because of Bernie Sanders?
- Is Donald Trump all personality and no policy?
- Do Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump align with most views?
- Should we vote based off of supreme court nominations?
- What political figures are good influences on our children?
- As a teacher, how does Ned deal with children wanting to know about politics?
- Do kids take after their parents with politics?
- Do children want to know about politicians?
- Do political campaigns focus on specific counties to much?
- Do local political advertisements suck?
- Do third party movements die if they don't have local support?
- Why is the state of Minnesota doing so well?
- Would Bernie have done as well as an independent?
- Is voting for a third party a wasted vote?
- Why did Bernie Sanders run as a Democrat?

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