The Brian Nichols Show

The Brian Nichols Show

The Brian Nichols Show is a political show for anyone and everyone. Whether it's a discussion about climate change, gun rights, abortion, or big issues like discussing the fundamental role of government, Brian Nichols brings on guests from all forms of political thought to have meaningful conversations about the issues you care about. Every show has one primary goal: to discuss the news objectively to help educate, enlighten, and inform our audience.

Episodes

May 20, 2022 36 min
Where do Libertarians drop the ball when trying to win people's hearts and minds?

Sadly, in far too many areas...

"The Professor" Chris Goyzueta returns to the program to help me as we outline the top 3 ways that Libertarians scare away the liberty curious.
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Ask any parent with a newborn, and the fear is real...

Where's all the baby formula!? Store shelves are empty, and the Biden Administration was caught seemingly off-guard by the nationwide baby formula shortage. 

Kenny Cody returns to help explain how we got here.

Also discussed: the GOP primary in Pennsylvania is SO CLOSE between Dr. Oz and McCormick! What happens next!?
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Does this sound familiar? 

The looming threat of war hovers over the United States like a vulture circling its prey. A deadly virus is running through the population, forcing many to avoid highly populated areas. Furthermore, the nation is reaching a level of political division so severe that it threatens the stability of the country.


While you might think this is a description of the U.S. circa 2022, these were actually the circumst...
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Inflation has been felt at the grocery store, at the gas pump, at the car dealership, traveling.... okay, pretty much everywhere.

And yes, that means that the home building industry has been hit just as hard. How hard has it been hit? Well, returning to the program today is David Belman (Belman Homes) who outlines how the supply chain issues, when coupled with the increase in interest rates and inflation, has been a perfect storm fo...
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On today's episode of The Brian Nichols Show, I'm riding solo, talking about why it's okay to say "no" in both life and in sales.

Later, I dig into why I think it's important we focus on celebrating greatness, and then finally, I wrap up by outlining my strategies to effectively listen to podcasts.

"As a matter of fact, it might be the thing that's actually holding you back in sales.

There's only...
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Yup... we're talking storytelling using *that* Billy Madison.

Or at least, we'll be using the scene that features the book, "The Puppy Who Lost His Way" and why Billy didn't find the children's book as compelling as Ms. Lippy had hoped. 

Oh, and did you know we can use storytelling in sales? It's true! And not only can you use storytelling, but it'll be a GAMECHANGER.

What makes a good story? Take a lis...
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"My body, my choice" doesn't seemingly apply to those refusing the COVID booster.

At least, that's how it appears, as today's guest (Ellie Puentes) was EXPELLED FROM COLLEGE for the the audacity of refusing to take the COVID booster... all this after having an adverse reaction to the second dose of her COVID vaccine!

Listen as Ellie outlines her experience being expelled by Union College and how far the COVID insa...
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After 4 and 1/2 years, we've hit an incredible milestone at The Brian Nichols Show. Not only have we hit the top 1.5% of podcasts globally, but we have just reached our 500th episode!

Today, I'm sharing 5 of my favorite conversations from the past 500 episodes!
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On today's episode of The Brian Nichols Show, I'm joined by Michael Seifert (CEO + Founder of PublicSq.) joins the program to introduce PublicSq - a platform that is connecting freedom-loving Americans with local community, reliable information, and the businesses that share their values.

"There is a whole separate economy emerging for the people that are just tired of the wokeness. And they just want a break.

And the...
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The conversation towards abortion/Roe v. Wade has always been a heated discussion... but does it have to be that way?

Returning to the program today is Oliva Rondeau, who joins us to walk through this often difficult and delicate subject, and how we can best avoid the usual demonization.

"The answer lies in communities, how these communities take care of their pregnant women and pregnant teens who are in a tough situation, and ho...
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Returning to The Brian Nichols Show today is Dr. Patrick Moore (Author, "Fake Invisible Catastrophes and Threats of Doom") to discuss how most of the scare stories in the media today are based on things that are invisible, like CO2 and radiation, or very remote, like polar bears and coral reefs.

Thus, the average person cannot observe and verify the truth of these claims for themselves. They must rely on activists, ...
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On today's episode, I'm flying solo, talking about the difference between tolerance and acceptance, plus how to start resetting narratives vs. responding to narratives.

"I think it's pretty obvious that the main thing we can take away is that it's important for us when we're speaking the truth and selling the ideas and solutions that we bring to the table from the liberty perspective, that instead of being s...
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(Today's episode originally aired in November 2020 and is getting a special re-air with today being May 4th!)

"So this is how liberty dies... with thunderous applause...".
I bet you've heard that phrase used when discussing politics, right? Well, like many other examples, it is just one parallel between the world of "Earthly politics" and the world of "Star Wars politics".
Joining the show to help outli...
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Today on The Brian Nichols Show, Clint Russel (Host, Liberty Lockdown) returns to the program to help outline the top-3 issues we libertarians/liberty world should be focusing on in order to meet people where they're at on the issues they care about - specifically with an election less than 6 short months away!

"Libertarians need to get out of the hypothetical... like we are dealing with the real ramifications - ramification...
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On today's episode of The Brian Nichols Show, I'm joined by Steve Harrison, author of "Can't Sell Won't Sell: Advertising, politics and culture wars. Why adland has stopped selling and started saving the world":

"The advertising industry has lost interest in selling.  According to the IPA, we face "a crisis of effectiveness". And our politics are to blame. We're now so left-leaning, we're ...
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On today's episode of The Brian Nichols Show, Tara Murphy (candidate for Branchburg Township Committee, NJ) joins the program to outline what issues she's focusing on during her candidacy, namely how she is taking on career politicians who have grown deaf to the needs and concerns of their constituents.

"I've lived in my town [Branchburg, NJ) for about 11 years. And more and more every year, there's more building...
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On today's episode of The Brian Nichols Show, I'm joined once again by Mike ter Maat! However... this time, he's announced that he's seeking to be the Libertarian Party candidate for 2024!

"I think that the big basket, of course, is that the Democratic Party and the and the Republican Party have gone off the rails in terms of their respect for the Constitution.

They hate each other so much that they are willing t...
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On today's episode of The Brian Nichols Show, I'm joined by Morgan Bonwell (Founder, Right Strategies) to discuss the importance of building a storybrand to help candidates and campaigns effectively meet their constituents where they're at on the issues they care about.

"So, the story brand framework, steps follow the basic concept of a hero meeting a guide. First, the customer has a problem that needs solved. And th...
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*Today's episode comes from April 2020, when economist Dan Mitchell joined the program and outlined exactly what would transpire (and ultimately has transpired) over the past two years of COVID mandates and lockdowns.*

[ORIGINAL SHOW NOTES]
As weeks go by with the economy stuck on pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many economists are starting to sound the alarm that the impact of our economy screeching to a halt could cause as ...
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Today I am once again joined by Josie (https://twitter.com/KweenJosie) on The Brian Nichols Show, this time discussing Elon Musk's purchase of Twitter.

"Elon knows what people want. He knows how to how to reach people - he listens to them.

And he knows that there is a yearning for normalcy. And people don't want a "New World Order" - people just want the order of the world that they already have.

So he sees that,...
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