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It's probably safe to say that politics are a little divisive in our United States. The 24 hour news cycle has drastically altered the way we receive and interpret information, and suddenly we're in a world where Twitter is leading the news. And while some might claim that the truth is relative, it's not hard to realize that people are divided. So what's the secret to getting back in sync; to falling back in step and finding a common ground with each other? Seth Denson might just have the answer. Welcome to Somewhere In The Middle.

It's probably safe to say that politics are a little divisive in our United States. The 24 hour news cycle has drastically altered the way we receive and interpret information, and suddenly we're in a world where Twitter is leading the news. And while some might claim that the truth is relative, it's not hard to realize that people are divided. So what's the secret to getting back in sync; to falling back in step and finding a common ground with each other? Seth Denson might just have the answer. Welcome to Somewhere In The Middle.
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It's probably safe to say that politics are a little divisive in our United States. The 24 hour news cycle has drastically altered the way we receive and interpret information, and suddenly we're in a world where Twitter is leading the news. And while some might claim that the truth is relative, it's not hard to realize that people are divided. So what's the secret to getting back in sync; to falling back in step and finding a common ground with each other? Seth Denson might just have the answer. Welcome to Somewhere In The Middle.

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Episodes

Episode 8: The Best Medicine

8/13/2018
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The American Healthcare system is one of the most innovative in the world, but it's increasing prices and premiums have put our country in a bit of a strange place. Are rising healthcare costs a partisan issue? Can we do anything to stop them? And can the answer to the problem be found somewhere in the middle?

Duration:00:35:40

Episode 7: Party Foul

8/6/2018
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Is the Democratic Party too big? It's a challenging question, and both sides seem to have more than a few things to say about it. Democrats in 2018 may be finding themselves serving one too many masters, and their competition may find themselves serving one too few. Is there a balance between demographics? Can party affiliations cross party lines? The answer may be somewhere in the middle.

Duration:00:50:03

Episode 6: Staring Down the Barrel

7/30/2018
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This week on Somewhere In The Middle, the Founding Fathers defended America's ability to defend itself with the inception of our 2nd amendment. So where do 3-D Printed Firearms land in that? And as the new school year picks up, is there anything we can learn from the events of last year?

Duration:00:45:22

Episode 5: Campaign Refinance

7/23/2018
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This week on Somewhere in the Middle, does the current U.S. campaign finance structure ensure that we get the candidate who's the most qualified for their position, or the one who can raise the most money? What impact would congressional term limits have, if any? And is the word "principled" overused in politics?

Duration:00:50:18

Episode 4: Putin on Airs

7/18/2018
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Should we care what the world thinks? Or should we truly be America first? Last week you saw President Trump meet at the NATO alliance, and this week with Russian president Vladimir Putin. Criticism has come in hot and heavy.

Duration:00:42:31

Episode 3: Primary Concerns

7/9/2018
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The primary process is familiar to politically motivated Americans, but is it tearing this country apart? Is there a better way? Is it part of the reason we've seen more and more extreme political candidates winning their party's nomination? Also, do you think public protests are effective? Think about the last several you've seen. Has their message resonated with you? Do you even remember what they were about?

Duration:00:46:05

Episode 2: Supreme Thwart

7/2/2018
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On the second episode of Somewhere in the Middle, Seth sits down with Frisco Personal Injury Attorney Scott Snellings and DFW Insurance Executive (and thought provocateur) Matt Bowers on to the show to talk about the Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy's recent retirement announcement and it's implications along party lines along with Maxine Water's recent wade into the civility argument in regards to her comments about Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sander's ousting from a Virginia...

Duration:00:42:27

Episode 1: Border (In)security

6/26/2018
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On his inaugural episode, Seth breaks in the studio by introducing his longtime friend Brandon and producer Zach onto the show to dig into Seth's background growing up conservative and moving to a liberal city, his transition into the healthcare business, and why he thinks a podcast is a good place to start a dialogue about the current political climate in America. The guy's take a swing at at First Lady Melania Trump's controversial jacket that she wore to her boarding of a flight to the...

Duration:00:33:39