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Cylinder Radio

William Reusch

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Educational podcast focused on deep exploration of controversial topics. Hosted by William Reusch, a Los Angeles based high school teacher. This podcast provides a much needed objective information through civil discourse with various guests. — SUPPORT WILL'S WORK — Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/willreusch Instagram: https://instagram.com/willreusch Website: https://willreusch.com
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Three Cylinder Stardrive

Roger Colby and Richard Kutz

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Roger Colby, science fiction novelist and Richard Kutz, pop culture expert and fanboy deluxe, take you on a raucous journey as they review current pop culture/science fiction topics. Join them for discussions about current science fiction books, shows and video games and laugh along with them as they review most everything fanboy. Each week they will also pick out the "Movie of the Week" for you to watch (or don't watch).
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This is a conversation I had today with a frequent commenter on my Instagram account. While it was not as productive, as I would have hoped, I believe that a primary reason why it didn’t evolve into angry, personal attacks and ugliness is because I maintained a commitment to my “three pillars” of humility, genuine, curiosity, and grace . The conver…
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Welcome back Cylinder Radio listeners! In this solo episode, I'm sharing the story of why I've finally left classroom teaching and what my new adventure is going to be. If you'd like to learn more about Patterdox or enroll your child, check it out: www.patterdox.com — CHECK OUT MY OTHER RESOURCES — Debate To Dialogue: https://www.williamreusch.com/…
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I’m back! In episode #157 of Cylinder Radio, I’m talking to Corey DeAngelis who is an author, researcher and school choice advocate, working with organisations such as American Federation for Children, Educational Freedom Institute, Cato Institute and the Reason Foundation. During the episode, we speak about the importance of implementing free scho…
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In episode #156 of Cylinder Radio, I speak with organisational educator and friend of mine, Tuli Skaist about how we can approach the Isreal-Palestine conflict with more nuance, empathy and understanding. Tuli shares his personal story and perspective on the conflict, coming from an ultra-orthodox Jewish background and having spent many years of hi…
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In this solo episode of Cylinder Radio, I delve into a topic that I've been thinking about a lot lately: navigating comment sections on social media. I explore the different ways that I choose to actively engage with comments. I address the lack of humility and arrogance that people convey in comments as well as the insults and personal attacks tha…
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In episode #154 of Cylinder Radio, I talk to my friend David Casler. David is a marine, a breath work & trauma coach and psychonaut (for his interests and use of psychedelics and plant medicines). During the conversation, we spoke about his background in the military and being blown up led to a traumatic brain injury that altered the course of his …
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In this episode, I speak with former CIA case officer Art Keller about conspiracy theories. Today, Art is a freelance journalist, commentator and author, being published in the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, CBS, and many more. There are few things that get as much attention on my social media platforms as conspiracy theories so I’m exci…
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For this episode, I thought I would sit down and do a solo episode since that is what a lot of people seem to have been asking for. I want to take on current topics that are relevant or controversial and do a deep dive to highlight different perspectives and viewpoints on said topics. For today, I thought I’d start with the concept of the deep stat…
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On this episode of Cylinder Radio, I speak with Manu Meel, the CEO of BridgeUSA, a youth-led non-profit organization that creates spaces on college and high school campuses for open-minded and non-judgemental conversations on political issues. I think it’s a really important challenge to take on and BridgeUSA is doing an awesome job at tackling it …
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This interview was originally recorded for the Amplify with Lauren Salaun Podcast. You can check out the podcast here: https://podcasts.apple.com/de/podcast/become-a-better-critical-thinker-with-will-reusch/id1560229047?i=1000623322737 Find out more about Lauren: Website: https://www.laurensalaun.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/laurensala…
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On this episode of Cylinder Radio, I speak with a high-level Jiu Jitsu athlete Rene Sousa about the importance of mindset when it comes to athletic performance. Rene shares his athletic background and how he became the successful Jiu Jitsu fighter he is today despite not being “athletic” as a child. We talk about a mindset-focused approach to perfo…
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On this episode of Cylinder Radio, I speak with Calvin Lunt, a young man from the UK who formerly lived as a trans-woman and has since transitioned back to living as his birth gender. Calvin shares the story of how spirituality and self-discovery helped him come to terms with himself and finally break free from the masks he wore to escape from his …
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On this episodes of Cylinder Radio, I am joined by Joshua Zatkoff, former drug addict who found a path out of his addiction through faith and Christianity. Joshua’s testimony is truly inspiring. I wanted to have him on to share his story and talk about Jesus, faith, psychedelics, purpose and more. — LEARN MORE ABOUT JOSHUA — Instagram: https://www.…
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My guest today is Christopher Beck, US Navy Seal with 13 deployments including 7 combat deployments on Team 1 and the infamous Team 6. Chris has won countless award decorations, making him one of the most decorated war veterans of the last 20 years. He came out as a trans woman in 2013 and then detransitioned in 2022. He has lived a life and I’m so…
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Today I’m talking to Ari David who is the founder of Upward News, a news organization that I use a lot to get good quality and quick news on social media. During our conversation, we talk how how and why Ari started his independent news organization as well as how they research, write and publish their news. We discuss the corruption within mainstr…
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My guest for today’s episode of Cylinder Radio is Ben Kjar. He is a motivational speaker, wrestler and has an upcoming documentary and book coming about his awesome life story. I believe Ben’s perspective on life could benefit nearly everyone so I’m really stoked to have him on the podcast and get into the secret sauce of how we approaches life. Du…
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, my guest is Alice Crenshaw. Alice works for Equal Means Equal, an organization that is dedicated to the publication of the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA), which I don’t think is talked about enough. During our conversation, we talk about why the Equal Rights Amendment is needed today and how it would protect everyon…
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, I talk to a close friend of mine about her journey from being pro-choice and having abortions herself to being fully pro-life today. In the episode, Michelle tells the story of how she went from being a passionate pro-choice advocate to changing her mind and being pro-life. She talks about her own experience with …
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, I talk to Henry Brechter, the editor in-chief of All Sides, an incredible news organization aiming to shine light on media bias. I wanted to have Henry on because I believe their work is incredibly important and a lot of people would side with it if they knew about it. During the episode we talk about the approach…
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, I talk to Don Alexander, screenwriter and author of his new book The Shackles of a Freeman. The book is a thought-provoking historical fiction novel about Lewis Leary, a free black man who fought back against slavery in the 1850s. During the episode, Don and I discuss the life of Lewis Leary, the history of Harper…
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, I talk to Liam De Boer, a videographer and cultural critic who makes amazing social commentary videos on social media. Liam is Canadian so I wanted to have him on to discuss the similarities and differences in society, politics and corruption between Canada and the US. During our conversation, we speak about the W…
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, I talk to my personal doctor Dr. Gary Shlifer. Dr. Shlifer is a Board Certified Internal Medicine Physician focusing on prevention, nutrition and health optimization and I’ve been meaning to have him on so we can talk about all things health. During our conversation, we talked about Gary’s medical background and h…
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, I talk to farmer, butcher, nutritionist and host of the Mind, Body and Soil podcast Kate Kavanaugh. I’ve been following Kate’s content for a long time and have previously been on her podcast so I knew I wanted to have her on Cylinder Radio to share her amazing knowledge and wisdom with all of us. During the episod…
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, I talk to Leah Scott. She is a student and a youth advocate who went through an impactful transition process or became “red-pilled” from her previous woke echo chamber. We talk about how she started pushing back against the woke narrative and how voicing her own thoughts resulted in being called names and being os…
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, I talk to Megan McGlover. Megan is an award-winning oratorical speaker, comedic mentor and healthy culture enthusiast who has perfected the blend of comedy and truth telling. I found her on Instagram, being very bold and unapologetic in the way she presents her ideas. I knew that was something I wanted to get the …
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, Will talks to Johnny Elsasser. Johnny is a former army ranger turned men’s life strategist who now hosts The Art Of Masculinity Podcast. During the conversation, Johnny shares how when he returned to “normal” society after 10 years of military service and hostile environments, he lacked a real sense of purpose and…
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, I speak with fellow online educator Brittney Caldwell. Brittney is also a Black American who has lived and traveled in many African countries and shares her experiences on her platform Brittney in Africa. During our conversation, we speak about a shared teaching project that Brittney and I did during the Covid-19 …
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, I speak with medical student and pro-choice social media influencer Bronte Remsik. You might know Bronte when she joined Micheal Knowles in an interview to debate abortion. (Link to the interview below!) In this interview, I wanted to speak with Bronte and attempt to cover the issue of abortion with more nuance an…
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, I speak to comedian, podcaster and writer Jamie Kilstein who has developed his thinking in a very public way over the last few years. Because his story aligns so closely with the mission of Cylinder Radio, I thought he would be the perfect guest to talk about his life and how we got to where he is today. During th…
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, Will speaks to former teacher Paul Rossi about his story of being outcast from Gracechurch School after publishing an open letter against the indoctrinations of students with wokeness, social justice and anti-racism. After being forced out of his teaching position, Paul has now taken to building an allegiance for …
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, Will speaks to The Minimalists. You might know Joshua, Ryan or TK from their Emmy-nominated Netflix documentaries, their podcast or one of several bestselling books, all about the art of millions living meaningfully with less. During the episode, Will and the guys talk about the story of how each of them became th…
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In Episode 127 of Cylinder Radio, Will speaks with powerhouse Ian Rowe about challenging the current victim mentality in American mainstream culture. Ian Rowe is the founder of Vertex Partnership Academies and a Senior Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. In addition to serving ten years as CEO of Public Prep, he held leadership positions a…
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In this episode of Cylinder Radio, Will talks to Lou Perez for a second time! Lou is a comedian, writer, producer, and host of The Lou Perez Podcast. During their conversation, Will and Lou discuss Lou's new book titled "That Joke Isn't Funny Anymore" about how wokeness is killing comedy. They talk about the struggles of being a comedian and why it…
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In this episode of the Cylinder Radio podcast, Will speaks with Jacy Good, an advocate for cell phone free driving. During the conversation, Jacy recounts her own tragic story of distracted driving and how she turned a horrific loss into the purpose that drives her own life today. Will and Jacy speak about the changes we can all make to become less…
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In this episode of the Cylinder Radio podcast, Will speaks with Chloe Cole, a former trans boy who started transitioning at 13 and detransitioned back to her female gender at 16. Chloe tells the heartbreaking story of her teenage years, how and why she came to identify as trans, when she started medically transitioning and the after effects of pube…
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In this episode of the “Living a life that demands an explanation” series, Will talks to Joseph Bradford III who is the founder of the non-profit organisation B.A.R.E Truth. The organization’s mission is to provide mentorship and independent living assistance to dispossessed individuals and families, helping them improve their lives and helping to …
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In this episode, Will kicks off his new series called “Living A Life That Demands An Explanation” in which he talks to extraordinary people to learn from their stories and find out what drives them. In the first episode of the new series, Will talks to Mindy Churchill, a mother of 7, charity board member and Christian who lives her life in service …
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In this episode, Will speaks with author AB Kelleher about his book Little Green Pills, a science fiction novel that deals with the importance of biological sex differences between men and women and what would happen if those differences were to disappear! They discuss a variety of ways in which men and women differ across averages and why denying …
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On episode #120, Will talks to Dr. Monica Osborne, a writer and former literature, film, and cultural studies professor with expertise in representations of trauma, multi-ethnic narratives, and critical theory. Most recently, she has written a piece in The Jewish Journal titled ‘Why Teachers Can’t Be Activists’ which you can read here: https://jewi…
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In this episode, Will speaks with writer, musician, photographer and designer Angel Eduardo who is best-known for coining and promoting the rhetorical concept of star-manning. Angel is also the Director of Messaging & Editorial for the Foundation Against Intolerance & Racism (FAIR) as well as the host for FAIR’s podcast called Fair Perspectives. Du…
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In this episode, Will speaks with Myesha Reynolds, an equity consultant who founded Equity Lens Consultants. Myesha’s goal is to shift the current narrative around equity in a way that makes it more nuanced and approachable for everyone and that no longer causes division between people. Myesha and Will speak about why her approach differs from most…
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Noelle Mering is an author and fellow at the Washington D.C. based think tank, the Ethics and Public Policy Center. Her latest book, "Awake Not Woke": A Christian Response to the Cult of Progressive Ideology lays out both the history of Critical Social Justice as well as how it is in conflict with Christianity belief. Will & Noelle discuss many of …
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Matt Beaudreau spent several years in the classroom before making the move into educational entrepreneurship by building several Acton Academy locations and now the co-creator of Apogee Strong. In this episode, Matt & Will discuss how American Education has failed millions of kids as well as the strategies that can be taken to create something much…
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Connor Boyack is the founder of the Libertas Institute and author of the Tuttle Twins children's books. He has taken it upon himself to provide resources for people who don't align with the agendas of the mainstream education system and in this episode he & Will discuss how the fundamental ideas of the USA are so misunderstood and ignored by the ma…
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Anthony Gomez has had several deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan with both the Marines and Army. In addition to his horrific experiences of war, he also has his masters in mathematics and has worked as a college physics professor. In this episode, Anthony and Will sit down to discuss the realities of combat and use those experiences to better unde…
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Pamela Garfield-Jaegar has spent over 20 years as a social worker, therapist, and trainer- specifically with teenagers and has watched as the field has made some changes that are counter to what we know to be good for mental health. In this episode, Pamela & Will discuss harmful therapy practices that have become mainstream and accepted despite the…
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When America is being plagued by anxiety, depression, suicide, drug overdoses, etc. there is a very effective solution that is not being promoted nearly enough. Carlos & Larry have dedicated their lives to educating and advocating for the decriminalization of plant medicines that combat these "diseases of despair & belonging". In this episode the t…
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Jeremy Smith is a powerlifter out of the infamous Westside Barbell that has been able to break records in benchpress and squat despite being born with dwarfism. Jeremy and Will discuss the mindset & discipline required to be a powerlifter, how past trauma and hurdles can be fuel for success, the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle, and the contr…
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Drew Perkins has been involved in education for several decades being a classroom teacher, curriculum writer, and then the creator of TeachThought Profession Development and the host of the popular "TeachThought Podcast". Will and Drew, both promoters of critical thinking in K-12, discuss why the education system doesn't have a focus on deep thinki…
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Climate change is one of those extremely polarized topics that typically falls across party lines. Dr. Matthew Burgess and Will discuss why this very complex topic is so divisive as well as parse out what is accurate & inaccurate about each position. Topics covered include the Green New Deal, nuclear power, natural cycles of climate change, and mor…
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