Kennedy Saves the World

Kennedy Saves the World

A personal journey through the ultimate prism: freedom. With humor, logic and compassion Kennedy will tackle political pickles, cultural quagmires, and parenting paradoxes with a spit-out-your coffee quick wit and unending curiosity. There will be monologues, interviews with authors, politicians, MTV legends, and Fox News compatriots that will joyfully probe in ways no other podcast would dare! Get on the K-Train.

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May 7, 2021 20 min
This week, Kennedy sits down with Professor of Medicine at the NYU Langone Medical Center and FOX News Medical Analyst Dr. Marc Siegel.  Dr. Siegel weighs in on why he believes parents should vaccinate their children, attempts to ease the concerns of vaccinated women who are worried about fertility issues and explains why the CDC might not be considering those who have already been sick with COVID-19 as immune. Follow Kennedy on ...
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This week, Kennedy sits down with the first PhD in the United States with certified technical expertise in growing commercial cannabis, Dr. Robb Flannery who discusses the blooming new era of at-home cannabis farming. Dr. Robb explains how to grow pesticide-free cannabis at home, the meaning behind the plant’s slang terms and the different types of cannabis and their benefits. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation
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On this episode, Kennedy sits down with?Professor of the Sol Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California,?Gary Painter,?to discuss homelessness in California.?? Kennedy and Gary discuss three of the main ways to help the homeless crisis and to help people get on the path to thriving again.? Follow Kennedy on Twitter:?@KennedyNation?
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April 28, 2021 14 min
This week, Kennedy discusses the gubernatorial race in the state of California, why Caitlyn Jenner has a leg up on the other candidates in the race, and how her family is not supporting her campaign, but absolutely should be.?? Kennedy also explains why California is in shambles, and how a little disruption would be good for The Golden State.? Follow Kennedy on Twitter:?@KennedyNation?
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This week, Kennedy explains how border cartels have recently pivoted to contacting American teens on TikTok and other social media apps to recruit them to smuggle migrants across the border with the promise of cash and the importance of educating your kids on safe social media practices. Kennedy also shares how she encourages her kids to be skeptical and realistic about the things they see online. Follow Kennedy on Twitter:@K...
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This week, Kennedy is joined by market analyst at The PRICE Futures Group, Phil Flynn, to discuss how the future of the world economy may revolve around cryptocurrency. Phil explains why the decentralized nature of cryptocurrency is so attractive to investors, how cryptocurrency evolved to become a major economic force, and he walks the average listener through how they start investing in cryptocurrencies. Follow Kennedy on Twitt...
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This week, Kennedy is joined by the theoretical physicist Dr. Michio Kaku to discuss his new book and New York Times best-seller, The God Equation. Dr. Kaku explains how he and other physicists set out to solve the famous ‘Theory Of Everything’ equation, how he became one of the pioneers of string theory and he elaborates on the exciting discoveries being made that could lead to further understanding the origins of the universe. ...
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This week, Kennedy is joined by running coach, writer at large for Runner’s World and 1968 Boston Marathon winner Amby Burfoot to discuss their passion for running and the positive impact it can have on your body and mind.  Amby discusses how women have revolutionized the sport of running, the importance of runners listening to their own bodies, dispels the misconceptions that running can damage a person’s body and explains how be...
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This week, Kennedy is joined by the 2020 Vice Presidential nominee for the Libertarian Party, Spike Cohen to discuss why he believes the country must build up the Libertarian Party. Spike weighs in on the problems in America as a result of the two-party system, his plan for raising the national profile of the Libertarian Party and he stresses why it’s important for leadership to put in the hard work first.  Follow Kennedy on Twit...
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April 7, 2021 25 min
This week, Kennedy is joined by Clinical Psychologist, ‘The Sleep Doctor’ Michael Breus to discuss how the pandemic has affected peoples' rest and the steps they can take to improve their sleep schedule. The Sleep Doctor walks listeners through why sleep deprivation has been so prevalent throughout the pandemic, how sleep impacts your physical health and he shares methods you can use to help yourself get a better night’s sleep...
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This week, Kennedy is looking back at her conversation with social psychologist and sex researcher, David W. Wahl, Ph.D.  Together, they discuss his latest write-up in Psychology Today “The Age of Sex Robots,” and what this research can tell us about pursuing sexual vibrancy into our senior years. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation
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March 31, 2021 20 min
This week, Kennedy challenges people to shift how they think about exercising and instead consider their workouts as training. Kennedy explains how she discovered the power of changing your perception of exercise when she first began training for triathlons, the mistakes she made when she first began participating in races and the emotional experience of victory she felt was after completing a half Iron Man. Follow Kennedy on Twi...
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This week, Kennedy is joined by Co-Anchor of America’s Newsroom and author of Everything Will Be Okay: Life Lessons for Young Women (from a Former Young Woman), Dana Perino. Dana explains the importance of mentorship for young women in the professional world, considering your work-life balance as an investment in your happiness long-term and using your worries as fuel to become more productive in your life. Follow Kennedy on Twit...
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March 23, 2021 21 min
This week, Kennedy is joined by Director of immigration studies at the CATO Institute's Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, Alex Nowrasteh to discuss libertarian solutions for the growing crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border. Alex breaks down why neither the Republicans nor Democrats have been able to find a sustainable solution on immigration and explains the need for a more simplified immigration system. Follow Kennedy on...
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March 19, 2021 14 min
This week, as COVID-19 vaccinations start to increase and more of the country begins opening up, Kennedy discusses the aspects of life she will miss when the lockdowns are over and pandemic ends. She praises the close connections she has seen formed as a result of the lockdowns, how the pandemic will change society moving forward and how we can hold onto the positive differences made during the pandemic. Follow Kennedy on Twitter...
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March 16, 2021 19 min
This week, Kennedy is joined by the Founder and Medical Director of Drip Hydration, a board-certified Doctor of Addiction Medicine and a member of the American Society of Addiction Medicine, Dr. Abe Malkin. Dr. Malkin helps break down the science behind hangovers, why some people are more susceptible to them, and how to prevent hangovers from occurring altogether.   Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation
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March 12, 2021 24 min
This week, Kennedy is joined by family medicine doctor and survival expert, Dr. Teimojin Nicholas Tan, DO FAWM. Dr. Tan explains how everyday people could possibly perform an appendectomy in the woods, and what he recommends listeners do, practically, to survive a medical emergency in the wilderness. Follow Kennedy on Twitter: @KennedyNation
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March 9, 2021 13 min
This week, Kennedy discusses her disdain for teachers' unions in major states and cities who refuse to go back to work even with PPE and COVID-19 vaccines, despite the negative impact on children’s education. She breaks down how remote learning diminishes children’s education and development and the hypocrisy of teachers voicing safety concerns about returning to the classroom while traveling for vacation. Follow Kennedy on T...
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March 5, 2021 23 min
This week, Kennedy is joined by cardiothoracic surgeon and President of the Western States Board of the American Heart Association, Dr. Kathy Magliato. Dr. Magliato explains how the pandemic has served as a wake-up call for making the FDA more efficient in the future, why women’s heart health is so crucial in our society and the importance of being aware of symptoms that could save your life. Follow Kennedy on Twitter:@Kenned...
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The COVID-19 vaccine rollout has been a major focus the past few months and Kennedy is breaking down her thoughts and opinions on the process and how it could be improved.  Kennedy discusses a creative solution to bringing the vaccine to communities without easy access to pharmacies and she urges listeners to be proactive in making sure extra vaccine doses do not go to waste. Follow Kennedy on Twitter:@KennedyNation
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