Reconcile the Aisle Episodes

RTA – TikTok + Creating Comedy in Quarantine with Jesse Sneddon

“It’s quite possible that TikTok is the Nintendo of this generation.” – Jesse Sneddon

Today I chatted with Jesse Sneddon, standup comedian and co-writer and producer of The Melania Trump Road Show: Get Out the Vote and Get Me Out of the White House of Garbage.

Jesse Sneddon is a comedian, actor […]

RTA – White Supremacy and the Violent Far Right With Sammy Rangel of Life After Hate

“People are being groomed and don’t realize that they’re being groomed or that they have been groomed.” — Sammy Rangel

Today I interviewed Sammy Rangel from Life After Hate. This is part two of that discussion.

Sammy Rangel is an author, social worker, peace activist, speaker, trainer and father. His autobiography, “Fourbears: […]

RTA – How to Deal People Intentionally NOT Social Distancing With Charles LoGiudice, Jr.

“You can fix a lot of things. That’s why erasers were made. But the one thing you can not fix is stupid.” — Charles LoGiudice, Jr.

Today I interviewed Charles LoGiudice, Jr. My Dad.

Charles LoGiudice, Jr. was born and raised in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, and later raised a family in Howard Beach, […]

RTA – How to Convince People to Take COVID-19 Seriously With Dr. Danielle Holtz (Recorded March 20th, 2020)

“I don’t think people understand the number of people we’re going to bury before this thing is over.” — Dr. Dani Holtz

Today I interviewed Dr. Danielle Holtz.

Danielle Holtz is the Postdoctoral Fellow at Oregon State University’s Center for the Humanities. As a historian of US political culture, intellectual history,and US […]

RTA – Confronting Hatred With Sammy Rangel of Life After Hate

“Hatred is also a form of suffering expressed.” — Sammy Rangel

Today I interviewed Sammy Rangel from Life After Hate. This is part two of that discussion.

Sammy Rangel is an author, social worker, peace activist, speaker, trainer and father. His autobiography, “Fourbears: The Myths of Forgiveness,” chronicles his life from the […]

RTA – Public Discourse + American History With Dr. Dani Holtz

“There is the ideal of a pristine moment in U.S. history when, surely, people were able to communicate without the kind of violent rhetoric you see today, but the truth is that’s never been the case.” — Danielle Holtz

Today I interviewed Dr. Danielle Holtz.

Danielle Holtz is the Postdoctoral Fellow at […]

RTA – Creating Impressions

Today we’re going to talk about creating impressions. You’ll hear about my process of creating my Melania Trump character, that will be featured in my book Inside Melania: What I Learned About Melania Trump by Impersonating Her that is out in March.

You’ll also hear from impersonator MJ Trump.

Today my character […]

RTA – Are Video Games the Problem? With Josh Boykin

“We’re now starting to see more people be able to use their voices in the [gaming] space. And the space as a whole is changing as people see that the stories of marginalized people are stories that everyone can relate to regardless if whether or not they have that specific […]

RTA – “That’s Not Okay” With Neil Rubenstein

“I don’t judge people on their sins. People make mistakes in their lives and if you think you’re morally superior to someone else you’re out of your mind.” — Neil Rubenstein

Today my co-host Melania Trump interviewed Neil Rubenstein.

Neil Rubenstein doesn’t do drugs. He’s never had a sip of alcohol. So […]

RTA – Meditation For the Rest of Us With Justin Michael Williams

“When we can pause and can respond from a place of compassion, and a place of love, and a place of understanding, which is what meditation is all about … then you don’t have to react to somebody.” — Justin Michael Williams

Today I interviewed Justin Michael Williams. From growing up […]

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