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Stand Up! with Pete Dominick

Stand Up is a full length show similar to what we did on SIRIUSXM. We will talk about issues that matter to you, your health, the health of your family, community, country and planet. And we will laugh while we do it. I plan to try up load at least 3 shows a week. Mon, Weds and Friday and then move as fast as I can to be daily.

Dec 13, 2019

What is Democracy Good For? That is the main question for both of my guests.

I met David Orr at the National Conservation Training Center a few years back when we were both addressing young people about climate change, sustainability, government and media.

Shortly after meeting him I got my hands on as much of his...


Dec 11, 2019

Episode 19 of the SUPD Classroom welcomes Retired Air Force Colonel Morris Davis. Moe as he likes to be called is running for congress in NC where he grew up. He is a really amazing guy who I have gotten to know pretty well over the years. He resigned as the chief prosecutor at Guantanamo Bay over the issue of torture...


Dec 9, 2019

On episode 18 I celebrate 200 paid subscribers to the podcast on Patreon.com/petedominick and shared my appearances from the past weekend on CNN and MSNBC then at 15:12 my conversation with Lenore Skenazy begins.

Lenore is the author of Free Range Kids: How to raise safe, self -reliant kids (without going nuts with...


Dec 6, 2019

Hunger and Food insecurity are a national problem. The Trump administration has said it would cut $4.5 billion from the USDA’s budget, and would limit food assistance to those who truly need it. Right before Christmas. I called Rebecca Vallas to break it down for me.

At 19:20 I welcomed Emily Atkin of Heated.info back...


Dec 4, 2019

Reuters and everyone else reported Monday the Supreme Court heard arguments in the first major gun dispute to come before them since 2010, with gun control advocates fearful that the court, with its 5-4 conservative majority, could issue a ruling further expanding firearms rights nationwide.

So I called Georgia State...