Celebrating George Washington and Abraham Lincoln on Presidents Day

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Presidents Day Special: Kim and special guest Dr. Thomas Krannawitter celebrate the lives and character of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.

Today’s show is a Presidents Day special. Kim is joined by Dr. Thomas Krannawitter of Speakeasy Ideas to talk about two of the greatest Americans—both as Presidents and otherwise—George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Speakeasy Ideas is also a partner with The Americhicks and Water’s Edge Winery in hosting Vino & Veritas, a monthly meeting at Water’s Edge Winery to examine and discuss the ideas of The Federalist Papers. Vino & Veritas is currently sold out for the remainder of 2019. If you are interested in being a monthly sponsor or helping launch a second location, go here or send Kim an email.

 

 

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