WordStream on the Michigan Airwaves

Dan Mulhern and Jennifer Granholm

Jennifer Granholm and Dan Mulhern

Dan Mulhern, a Radio Talk Show Host and Michigan’s First Gentleman (at least for a few more weeks), recently made some great comments about WordStream‘s How to Restore Sanity to Our Political Conversations by Meryl Runion.  Yes, WordStream has hit the air waves in Michigan!

Mulhern said, “Don’t quit on politics!  Don’t feel like every conversation has to end in misunderstanding or hurt feelings, or even yelling.  This book can help you be a part of the great Democratic tradition that started in 1776. You can personally feel good about being a citizen and expressing your views, confident you won’t hurt others or be hurt in the process. I love this book. I am using it all the time and feel more positive then I have felt in a long time about having tough conversations.  America has critical issues in front of her and Americans want to be involved, but are understandably nervous.  With this book, I feel better about having those discussion, and I think you will, too. I’m giving copies to friends who just don’t want to give up but aren’t sure how to move forward!”

In the next few weeks, on his radio show Everyday Leadership, he is going to be giving away copies of the book to call in listeners, as he tries to promote civil discourse in the political conversations in and aroud Michigan.

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