259 | Political Fallout

By Joshua Fields Millburn, Ryan Nicodemus

Joshua and Ryan talk about the 2020 election, our current political divide, and how we can find unity even when we disagree with returning guests T.K. Coleman, Kim Iversen, and Jamie Kilstein, and they answer the following questions: If your values aren’t aligned with either of the major party candidates, is voting for a third-party candidate really a wasted vote? (06:36) How do we incentivize the system to improve? (11:33) Is it okay to minimize politics in my life and ignore the social media posts, the news, and the debates that feel very toxic, or is it my responsibility as a citizen to be well-informed and confident in my political opinions? (16:22) Is it our duty to vote? (21:42) Is moralizing politics the crux of the problem? (24:42) Are these candidates really the best we have to offer? (28:42) What is Unity2020? (30:26) Should I vote even if I don’t fully understand the issues? (35:14) Detailed show notes: minimalists.com/podcast Support The Minimalists: minimalists.com/support

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