Relatively Political: Left/Right Debate That's All in the Family
One of the biggest challenges for those of us who live in the left-leaning Bay Area and whose political views are right-of-center is navigating the oftentimes treacherous waters of politics and personal relationships. And this difficult situation exists across the nation wherever left and right meet. Let's just say there's a reason for the old axiom about avoiding the topics of religion and politics.
Nowhere does this clashing of political cultures become more difficult than within the family. But Maury Litwack, a conservative strategist on Capitol Hill and Executive Director for the Conservative Coalition for Israel, and his father David Litwack, a top fundraiser for the National Jewish Democratic Council, have come up with a novel way to approach their political differences.
It's called Relatively Political or, in other words, political debate that's all in the family. Offering humorous yet informed debates on the political issues of the day, this blue father/red son team provides a refreshing alternative to the usual rant-fests. Anyone interested in booking Relatively Political can do so via their website.
Now, if only the rest of us could figure out a way to laugh off our differences, we'd be all set!
Cross-posted at Kesher Talk.