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Dive deeper with the Grit Content podcast as we explore what it means to have strength of character and courage in a world full of compromise and cowardice. We will explore what it means to be a true American Patriot! We tackle meaty topics about how to live like a Grit Warrior in the face of opposition from the culture. Furthermore, we are a safe place for political conservatives who are looking for a grassroots community where they can plug in and listen to News and Political Commentary th ...
 
Join Dane & David for your weekly dose of irreverent political & cultural commentary! Weapons of Meme Destruction takes aim at society's conventional opinions. Our view is that conventional wisdom isn't always so wise. By destroying society's memes of "respectable opinion", we arm our community with their own weapons to call out BS when they see it. Instead of giving you the same stale, puny candy bar in a different wrapper, we are serving up king-sized candy bars chock full of chocolate cov ...
 
Partly Political Broadcast is a weekly comedy podcast dissecting the previous week's political news. Every show has in-depth looks at issues, interviews with people who know things and top level satirical commentary from comedian Tiernan Douieb who really doesn't understand politics all that much. One of The Observer's Top Ten Political Podcasts of 2018. ‘Very funny but fiercely political’ – Time Out www.partlypoliticalbroadcast.co.uk Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/partlypoliti ...
 
I present to you the new and soon to be critically acclaimed Cultivated Ignorance podcast!!! William Patterson and The Playlixt will be sharing all of our thoughts on all things black, beautiful, and ridiculous. We’ll be covering pretty much everything important to the average millennial: actions of social justice, comedic social commentary, music & entertainment, black-owned businesses, sports, nerd stuff, political stuff, poetry, general debauchery, you name it!
 
As the title reveals, these stories are a collection of some of Mark Twain's more fanciful and eccentric works. They run the gamut from political commentary to our species' need to "be remembered" somehow. Taken as a whole the stories are "whimsical". Taken individually, they speak the truth in different ways. (Introduction by John Greenman)
 
In Any Case was conceived, like most grand ideas, in a bar. Waiting on the skee ball, David and Eulora were talking about our hobbies and our passions, trying to find a way to join them. As avid podcast listeners, we hear a variety of noise - some good quality stories, lighthearted jokes, and spinning political commentary. None of it covers the more intimate feelings in life, like the freedom of stepping onto the tarmac from your cheap flight or listening to rap music with a twinge of anxiet ...
 
KSL Newsradio's team of experienced analysts and anchors offer the latest political news and commentary, from the presidential elections to Utah campaigns and state legislature issues. Doug Wright, Boyd Matheson, Lee Lonsberry and the KSL team bring you perspective and balance.
 
Hosted by award winning veteran radio and television anchor, journalist, and marketing/public relations professional Sam Yates, this is a compelling show for seniors, about seniors, and featuring seniors. The Great American Senior Show delves into topics that impact senior health and wellness; updates pandemic policies; is a forum for multi-political views; details financial and investment information; answers questions about aging and living longer; provides expert commentary from special g ...
 
Mind of State is a podcast where politics and psychology meet. Each episode features lively commentary on current events, policymakers, and the body politic, and how we have arrived at this moment, as observed through both a political and psychological lens. We explore how "mind" impacts "state" — and vice versa. Tune in, as co-hosts Betty Teng and Jonathan Kopp engage in nuanced conversation with experts from the worlds of politics and psychology as well as others from related fields who ha ...
 
We strive to be both intellectually stimulating and entertaining, with commentary on everything from recent world political phenomena to Lebron’s dominance. With two of the three founders of the platform being from Cleveland, Ohio, we strive to keep the pulse of what is happening in the Midwest and other parts of the country that are typically ignored by those living on the coasts. We all have relative expertise in theory, philosophy, literary theory, and comparative literature, and aim to u ...
 
The Reason Bowl podcast is a weekly sojourn into counterculture ideas and social commentary. We are a small cadre of writers who collectively argue that cooperation, equality, and strong local communities constitute the tenets of a more peaceful and stable society. We'll be discussing a wide spectrum of topics like the destructive political machine, sustainability, our present disconnect with nature and each other, philosophy, economics, the psychedelic experience, and spirituality. Powered ...
 
New Left Radio is bringing news and commentary from behind the front lines of late stage capitalism through a democratic socialist lens. At the root of our socialism is a profound commitment to democracy, as means and end. As we are unlikely to see an immediate end to capitalism tomorrow, we fight for reforms today that will weaken the power of corporations and increase the power of working people. We are committed to democracy as not simply one of our political values but our means of restr ...
 
Are you hungry for a new normal? Does process-oriented, critical thinking excite you? You've come to the right place.SimondSays is a daily podcast that avoids black and white commentary and instead details the events of the day through a big-picture lens. This podcast aims to break down every day issues with an eye to their core impacts. Hosted by a former Political Staffer, SimondSays will be your guide for seeking truth, accountability, and cohesiveness out of American Politics.
 
Colored Commentary is a podcast founded on the idea of vulnerability. This is an outlet where the three of us (Ryan,Eddie,and Larry) could share our thoughts our beliefs, our ideas on topics ranging from sports( because,naturally) to the day to day mundane problems,to our nerdish pop culture proclivities, all the way to more serious social and political issues. The idea being that no one person is defined by any one thing but is made up of a multitude of intersecting beliefs and interests. A ...
 
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The Surge Why is there suddenly a massive surge of immigrants rushing to the southern border? Well, it turns out that the answer is pretty simple; people respond to incentives. You may have thought that Jack Phillips of Masterpiece Cakeshop was back to business as usual after his Supreme Court decision. Not so fast. Mentioned links: Biden Explains …
 
Vanessa Reiser is a licensed Clinical Social Worker based in New York City. She is running a 285-mile journey across New York State, from Oswego to Manhatten, in only 12 days while wearing a wedding dress to raise awareness for "narcissistic domestic abuse". Reiser aims to raise $200,000 which she will donate to domestic violence centers in each of…
 
Georgia! Texas! ID's! Oh my! This last week has shown us that any shred of investigative journalism is lost in MSM and any bit of critical thinking is gone in the rest of society. We decided to cover the blatant lies surrounding the "racist" voter ID laws in Georgia and Texas, because, as everyone knows, minorities don't have/can't afford/don't kno…
 
Every April, health care professionals recommend you have a frank and honest conversation with loved ones about end-f-life care. In fact, many consider April as National Healthcare Decisions month. Now is the time to discuss our end-of-life options and wishes so that you and your loved ones are not reacting in fear, anger or desperation when an end…
 
McAlvany Weekly Commentary Will government enforced blockchain lead to Orwellian control? Dollar reserve currency status: Future in question? What can the FED learn from the French Revolution? The post China Government Introduces Its Own Digital Currency appeared first on McAlvany Weekly Commentary.Door McAlvany ICA
 
On the lastest episode of Cultivated Ignorance we discuss Marvel’s newest supervillain Kevin Samuels. We attempt to figure out what the hell a “High Value Man” really is, and ask if it’s something women really want and men really wanna be. We’re also talkin’ Derrick Jaxn advanced level cheating techniques, satanic lap dances, angry Christians, and …
 
We're joined by CUPE Ontario President Fred Hahn to explore the incredible stakes working Canadians are facing, the battle to build working class power, and what does it all means in the face of incrdible odds. A labour activist for over 30 years, Fred has seen it all, and shares that now is the time for the working class to come together and fight…
 
Danny Lapin wears many hats. He is currently representing District 13 on the Otsego County Board of Representatives, serves as the City of Oneonta Planning Commission Chairman, works as a Planner with the Otsego County Conservation Association, among many other things. Lapin is a graduate of UC Riverside and Bard College. He is an AICP certified Pl…
 
The NDP Policy Convention is just one week away. In today’s drop, we’re joined by three socialists who have earned the DSC’s endorsement for positions of leadership in the party to discuss their vision for the future of the NDP. Ashwin Nair, New Left Radio Quebec Correspondent & DSC Member, is running for Policy Director of the Young New Democrats.…
 
Hi all you orchard friends! This week we delve into some of the more dark and somber realms of truth. We cover a lot of not so fun and even disturbing stories occurring within our society today in an effort to try to find what the real issue is with all the psychos in our world and not just stopping at what we consider symptoms. From today's recent…
 
McAlvany Weekly Commentary When “Con”-fidence reigns, credit flows freely for years Implosion occurs the second confidence is lost Physical gold is immune to leveraged, systemic implosion The McAlvany Weekly Commentary with David McAlvany and Kevin Orrick Remember LTCM, Bear Stearns, Lehman? You’d Better March 30, 2021 “Ultimately, a financial asse…
 
Former Liberal MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes drops by to talk about her experience as an MP under Justin Trudeau. Spoiler alert, it didn’t end well. After being tokenized, marginalized, and even demonized by her colleagues in the House of Commons, the conditions surrounding her departure from the caucus and a phone conversation with the PM, are tellin…
 
Yes yes I know its a week off the podcast, but just incase you're in need, here's the recorded audio from my stand-up set at the Quantum Leopard online fundraiser gig for Sisters Uncut last week. No you can't hear the laughter as I only recorded my audio. Yes I promise there was laughter. Promise. Pinky swear. If you want to watch the full show wit…
 
In Ep. 162, Dave and Jessica discuss the arrest of State Rep. Park Cannon, the passage of Georgia’s election’s law, misogyny in the Georgia House, and who is to blame for the decline of Georgia’s higher education enrollment. Plus - the GOP race for Secretary of State and how long $1 million will last you, according to Jessica.…
 
It's not time to fix #infrastructure. We piled up debt fixing a broke economy. When the economy was booming it wasn't time bc we were busy blowing rich ppl. So if the economy fixes itself & we can extricate a rich cock or 12 from our mouths, maybe we can fix a bridge/airport.Door Patrick Reilly
 
This week we delve into some of the more CHYna themed stories surrounding our current political atmosphere. Like, what does China wanting to rebuilt the Silk Road have to do with what we are seeing them do today? Those who do not learn lessons from the mistakes/horrors of history are doomed to repeat them. We also, of course cover a bit of your fav…
 
McAlvany Weekly Commentary Turkish Central Bank Head gets pink slip & Lira collapses Putin challenges Biden to a debate – White House says he’s busy Bubbles Everywhere, $1.9 trillion in penny stock transactions last month The McAlvany Weekly Commentary with David McAlvany and Kevin Orrick Necessary Discipline In Central Banking Will Get You Fired M…
 
The excitement on the left for Dimitri Lascaris’ candidacy in the Green Party of Canada Leadership election last year was palpable. For the first time in decades, an openly socialist candidate came within just a few thousand vote of clenching a place at the helm of a major political party. Now that the campaign is over, Dimitri joins us to discuss …
 
A week of flags, lumps, nukes and thumps. The Home Office condemns any thuggery they haven't ordered, no one's going on holiday and the Prime Minister's been jabbed. Another totally normal week in British politics then. Plus Dr Bethany Usher (@bethanyusher) on the effects of celebrity journalism on politics. This podcast is now on a break till the …
 
In Ep. 161, Dave and Jessica discuss the tragic shootings at massage parlors in metro Atlanta as well as the political aftermath, the latest gun legislation proposed by Georgia Congressman Andrew Clyde, and the effort by state attorneys general to stop the federal government from prohibiting the cutting of taxes. Plus: commentary on a pornography b…
 
In the season two finale we dive into the abysmal poll numbers and seemingly endless Mia truths of Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and the UCP. After a definitive electoral victory, could this be the end of his leadership? Erin O’Toole is busy retooling the CPC into a populist messaging machine. It definitely isn’t real, but could it be a winning form…
 
As if calling people yearning to be free 'neanderthals' wasn't enough, Lord Biden graced us with a carrot of maybe letting us celebrate a little bit of freedom with a few people on Independence Day... Thanks, but no thanks. Some big news surrounding the 2020 election surfaced this week involving three of the big states that were in question. Fauci …
 
McAlvany Weekly Commentary Perception Management overrides hard science in monetary policy Bank of England states “QE Not Ideal In Longer Term” Rented a VHS video lately? Blockbuster up 53% in a week The McAlvany Weekly Commentary with David McAlvany and Kevin Orrick Absolutely Original, Blockchain Secured, Digital Art—Only $69 Million March 16, 20…
 
On this brand new episode we reviewed Coming to America 2. We also decided to put our black card on the line and looked back on the movies we consider to be classics in the black community while honestly asking ourselves: Are these films actually GOOD?! Check it out and let us know your thoughts and what movies you think we missed!!…
 
Another week, another series of events dealt with by the government and the authorities with all the tact of an angry toddler with a drum during a 2 minute silence. This was a terrible week to write jokes about but somehow they are here, on the police keeping the public safe from unarmed peacefully protesting women, the scary Policing Bill and Bus …
 
Len Carson, a City-Councilman in Oneonta, NY has announced that he will be running for Mayor. This follows the news that current Mayor Gary Herzig will not be seeking re-election. Carson is running as a Republican. Carson is a Laurens Central school graduate, Air Force Veteran, and worked for 26 years with the Oneonta Fire Department. Carson has se…
 
We're joined by Quebec correspondent Ashwin Nair to discuss the games that the CAQ is playing with the lives of Quebecers and the governments attempts to undermine labour by importing nurses - all in the name of corporate profit. Then we cover the bizarre news this week out of Lethbridge, Alberta where it is reported that former NDP Enivironment Mi…
 
At the Naked Apple, we like to lead with our mistakes... in the last episode, Mike GROSSLY misquoted a study that he couldn't find. Being the internet bloodhound that Trevor is, he stumbled upon it and we corrected the mistake this week. We, of course, can't help but prop ourselves up on how we beat a supercomputer, the CDC, and some BLM activists …
 
In this season finale of Mind of State, hosts Jonathan Kopp and Betty Teng, along with their co-founder, Tom Singer, look back at season 2 as a time of extraordinary intensity, when the country wrestled with its demons and angels. The months leading up to and after the 2020 election were so filled with emotion, rancor, and conflict that digesting t…
 
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