To say that this is a difficult time in our nation’s history might be something of an understatement.

For many people, the 2020 election didn’t go as they hoped it would. And now, there is also a tremendous amount of anger and grief over the riot that took place at the Capitol last week. 

Even though there are calls for unity, we are seeing little done to actually move toward unity as a country.

How do we press forward and maintain a strong personal faith through the challenges that lay before us? 

Charmaine Yoest, the vice president of the Institute for Family, Community, and Opportunity at The Heritage Foundation, joins the “Problematic Women” podcast to discuss how we can choose to live out our faith and seek unity in America right now. 

We also welcome our colleague Michelle Cordero, digital content manager for The Heritage Foundation and host of the “Heritage Explains” podcast, to the show to break down the new season of “The Bachelor.”

And as always, we’ll be crowning our “Problematic Woman of the Week.”

Enjoy the show!


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  1. mildlyo Member
    mildlyoJoined in the first year of Ricochet Ricochet Charter Member

    To say it in the nicest possible way, the grief and anger you speak of is happening in a small and localized bubble.

    I wonder what former Senator Jeff Flake feels about this whole thing, after the treatment he was subjected to in those same halls was ignored or approved of by the voices now quavering in horror.

    I also wonder what the people living in the burned out city cores think of one afternoon of politicians facing unhappy voters.

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    • January 14, 2021, at 9:13 AM PST
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