By Kent Heckenlively, JD
Scott Adams, the creator of the comic strip, Dilbert, has in recent years become one of the country’s leading experts on political persuasion. On most mornings at 7 am Pacific time he does a daily Periscope, which he normally also posts on YouTube under the channel Real Coffee with Scott Adams.
I rarely miss his morning show, loving his laid-back, provocative observations (and it’s not just because he’s a fellow northern California resident, living less than 15 minutes away from me). I love that he says he’s a bit left of Bernie Sanders on political goals, but believes in being realistic.
Scott has become well-known for his praise of President Trump’s persuasion skills, but also praises the skills of Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Adams has a special affection for those who can change the course of a national conversation, regardless of their political leanings. Scott himself is a master persuader and I am ALWAYS interested in his opinions, even if I may initially disagree with him. He’s like that amazing college professor you may have had who possessed the ability to change how you viewed the world around you.
That’s why when he started talking about BIG PHARMA…
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