Tuesday, April 20, 2021

FORMER MINNEAPOLIS POLICE OFFICER DEREK CHAUVIN—GUILTY ON ALL THREE COUNTS

Foundation Professor at George Mason University’s Scalia School of Law F.H. BUCKLEY is our guest.

WEBSITE: http://fhbuckley.com

BUCKLEY is also a Senior Editor at The American Spectator, a columnist for the New York Post, and has written for the Wall Street Journal, USA Today, US News, National Review, the American Conservative, the New Criterion, Real Clear Politics, the National Post, the Telegraph, amongst many others. His most recent book: Curiosity and its Twelve Rule for Life (info below). Others include: The Way Back: Restoring the Promise of America (Encounter Books, April 2016); The Once and Future King (Encounter Books, 2015); The American Illness (ed., Yale 2013); Fair Governance (Oxford 2009); Just Exchange (Routledge 2005); The Morality of Laughter (Michigan 2003); and The Fall and Rise of Freedom of Contract (ed. Duke 1999). His The Republic of Virtue: How We Tried to Ban Corruption, Failed, and What we Can Do About It will be published in September 2017 by Encounter Books.

SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND THE PANDEMIC

Our guest is KEVIN PETERSEN, Founder of Chronic Hope Institute.

WEBSITE: https://petersenfamilycounseling.com

PETERSEN is a California native with an undergraduate degree in Social Sciences from the University of Southern California. After graduation, he moved to Denver, Colorado in 1995. In 2008, after a successful career in marketing and sales, he enrolled at Regis University for a Master of Marriage and Family Therapy degree. He graduated in 2011 as part of the first class to graduate from their program. After earning his Master’s, he worked for the Arapaho Douglas Mental Health Network as an in-home therapist, crisis evaluator, outpatient therapist, case manager for over three years in the Child and Family Services division. He also worked part-time for The Bridge House, ADMHN’s Acute Treatment Unit, as a Counselor and Mental Health Technician. In 2014, Kevin opened his private practice, The Chronic Hope Institute, where he specializes in working with individuals and families that are struggling with codependency, parents, and addiction.