Michael A. Ventrella is an author and editor who has written novels, short stories, and nonfiction books including Big Stick, Terin Ostler and the Axes of Evil, and The Beatles on the Charts. Ventrella is also an attorney and has taught Constitutional Law at a number of institutions of higher learning. Just in time for elections and the upcoming holiday season, he speaks with Wendy about his helpful and humorous book, How to Argue the Constitution With a Conservative.
Before the interview in The Earthscape segment, Wendy Sheridan and Robin Renée reflect on the meaning of and plans for the holiday of Samhain and how it interweaves with secular Halloween fun. Donald Trump’s gag orders, the argument for keeping Trump off of the 2024 presidential ballot, new Speaker of the House, Mike Johnson, a simulation of the Chicxulub impact, and debt activists to the rescue are all part of All the News We Can Handle. In This Fortnight I Learned, Robin and Wendy each discover something mildly interesting about breakfast cereal.
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Learn more about Michael A. Ventrella on his website.
Get the book! How to Argue the Constitution With a Conservative
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November 17-19, Doubletree by Hilton, Cherry Hill, NJ.
Watch Micheal A. Ventrella read the first chapter from How to Argue the Constitution With a Conservative.