Posts by Gene Krebs:

The Bridges model ‘rocks’ both sides of the aisle

May 14, 2019 Published by

Chapter 2 of Bridges Across Every Divide is the beginning of understanding the Bridges concepts, both to understand how it is a tool for today in dealing with poverty, and also in the future in dealing with the current deficits of our democracy. Telling people what to do is like…

Origins of the divides

April 23, 2019 Published by

Do you wonder why our political system, which was once so self-correcting and attentive to the needs of citizens, increasingly seems to be slow to respond? Do you ever wonder why the needs of citizens are largely unmet while both parties race to their corners in an effort to box…

Bridges Across Every Divide Podcast – Episode 5: Oh good, for a moment there I thought the republic was in trouble

June 5, 2018 Published by

You can pass public policy in your state, your county, and your city. This is very important to do because of the issue of civic capacity. We need to increase the civic capacity, and I need to talk about the Curley Effect. This is not about The Three Stooges with…

Bridges Across Every Divide Podcast 3: This is my gift and curse

May 22, 2018 Published by

All of the sudden, if you looked at me, you could see all the gears turning in my head and the lights going on behind my eyes, and I’ve been looking for some time for what I would call a “unified field theory of public policy.” Something that could address…