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O RepúblicaCast é um podcast de marketing político e estratégias eleitorais. Seu objetivo é contribuir com informação e conteudo de qualidade direcionado para profissionais de marketing político/digital, políticos, pré-pré-candidatos, dirigentes partidários, militantes e interessados na temática. Quer construir uma campanha eleitoral de sucesso? Seja bem vindo ao universo RepúblicaCast.
 
Podcast de debate e análise sobre política nacional, com enfoque também para a disputa de poder no Ceará. Jornalistas do Grupo de Comunicação O POVO falam sobre as notícias da semana, o cenário político, os bastidores do jogo de poder nacional, com muita opinião e bom humor. Podcast do O POVO.
 
Um podcast criado para discutir sobre teorias feministas e o movimento pela libertação das mulheres! Voltado para o feminismo radical, abordamos na primeira temporada o livro Woman Hating da Andrea Dworkin, e o contexto da opressão feminina de hoje em dia. Já na segunda temporada estamos abordando o livro O Segundo Sexo, da Simone de Beauvoir, que é um clássico do feminismo!
 
Election 2020 is here and the countdown to our future has begun! But before we put any misplaced trust in the people trying to lead us, Politicon is recruiting our fellow Americans to see if they have what it takes! Join our moderator Clay Aiken and the live audience on set and on the web as they grill an all partisan panel of the sharpest, funniest, and most innovative minds in politics, media, and comedy to see if they’re the ones we should have running things-- and what they think about t ...
 
Politics in America is transforming. We’re embarking on a new series to deepen our understanding of who we are, how we got here, and how we rebuild without repeating the mistakes of the past. Ron Steslow hosts academics, behavioral economists, social psychologists, politicos, philosophers, anthropologists, journalists, poets, and storytellers—and more—to discuss America’s political present and future and dive into the deeper problems we face as a nation. Email us questions or comments: podca ...
 
di Gianluca Briguglia I territori della politica sono spesso oscuri e misteriosi, messi alla prova da pulsioni antisociali ambigue e ambivalenti: paura, ambizione, violenza. Ma quei territori sono gli stessi in cui si radicano e crescono anche il desiderio di libertà, l'aiuto reciproco, la messa in comune delle esperienze, la ricerca di un bene comune. In questa serie si parlerà di politica, ma in modo diverso dal solito: verranno raccontati idee e pensieri di un passato remoto, Medioevo e R ...
 
POLITICO features news and analysis from newsmakers and reporters on national politics, Washington, The White House, Congress and political media. Here you will find audio versions of many of POLITICO's popular series and interviews.
 
Bestiario Político, el espacio que describe la política en América, mostrando un compendio de esas bestias positivas, negativas o fantásticas que dirigen, controlan o buscan acceder al poder. Conversaciones profundas y a veces no tan serias entre Nelson Eduardo Bocaranda, director de Runrun.es, Edgard Gutiérrez, consultor político y director de Venebarómetro y Oswaldo Ramírez, consultor político y director de ORC Consultores.
 
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Who is “Kacey Montagu”? POLITICO’s Christopher Cadelago tells the wild and weird story of how a fictitious correspondent rose from the depths of internet role playing to the White House briefing room. Plus, Biden plans to nominate Pentagon veteran Christine Wormuth to be the first female Army secretary. And Secretary of State Blinken names Gina Abe…
 
The Biden administration's efforts to marry environmental justice and clean water access will depend a lot on Radhika Fox, who's currently laying the groundwork at EPA. POLITICO’s Annie Snider reports. Anthony Adragna is an energy reporter and author of Morning Energy. Annie Snider covers water issues for POLITICO. Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO pod…
 
Nesse episódio especial trouxemos duas mulheres lésbicas para discutir o capítulo onde Simone de Beauvoir analisa os relacionamentos entre mulheres. Celle Fonseca, da Garra Feminista, e Lis Andriolli do Sapataria Podcast conversaram com a Letícia sobre as suas percepções e opiniões a respeito do pensamento de Beauvoir e toda teoria sobre mulheres l…
 
Manifesto em defesa da democracia reuniu grupo de pré-candidatos a presidente da República. Ciro Gomes (PDT), Eduardo Leite (PSDB), João Amoedo (Novo), João Doria (PSDB), Luciano Huck e Luiz Henrique Mandetta (DEM) assinaram documento crítico ao presidente Jair Bolsonaro. E que também deixou de fora o ex-presidente Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva (PT). O…
 
Ho letto qualche settimana fa su ZEROZONE, il blog di Michele Pinassi che il Comune di Roma ha determinato una spesa di 6.3M€ per il rinnovo di licenze Microsoft per il triennio 2020-2. Siccome l’obiezione in cui spesso cadono tanto i media tradizionali quanto i fautori dell’open source è che quei soldi sono stati spesi “invece di adottare software…
 
Marsilio da Padova, medico e professore di medicina all’università di Parigi, da molti considerato il più grande pensatore politico medievale, attraverso idee ardite e pericolose che descrive nel suo libro Il Difensore della pace, riesce a sconvolgere gli equilibri di un impero, senza fermarsi di fronte alle accuse di eresia e la scomunica del papa…
 
No episódio de hoje vamos discutir sobre o momento ideal de se fazer uma pesquisa. O que se busca com as pesquisas é a informação confiável sobre a realidade política, os sentimentos e prioridades dos eleitores, seus valores e expectativas, a imagem que possuem dos candidatos, além de informações sobre intenção de voto, rejeição, entre outras variá…
 
Almost a year ago, the Navajo Nation had the worst Covid infection rate in America. Now, it's vaccinated more of its population than any state. Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez talks with Dispatch’s Jeremy Siegel about how the nation fought back against the virus. Plus, Secretary of State Blinken says China has been forthright on the virus. And…
 
Most of the 21st century has seen a true revolution in the energy world: new, better technologies to create renewable energies, the rise of natural gas, and the advent of vehicles that run on electricity. But one sector that hasn’t seen an evolution is the way energy is transmitted across the country. In comes Biden’s plan to modernize the American…
 
Playbook Deep Dive is a new weekly podcast from Politico — for the stories that seem stranger-than-fiction, but are all too real. Underneath all the theater, backstabbing and strategy in D.C. are colorful characters and real life consequences. You know those stories that stop you in your tracks? That's what we're going to tell each week. Featuring …
 
Professor, author and journalist Marc Ambinder makes his Politicology debut alongside Weekly Roundup contributor Lucy Caldwell and host Ron Steslow to break down the most important stories of the week: Corporations vs. Republican voter suppression laws The causes and costs of White Evangelicals’ hesitancy towards COVID-19 vaccinations The latest ma…
 
In the aftermath of mass shootings in Georgia and Colorado, President Biden signed several executive orders on Thursday aimed at reducing gun violence. POLITICO’s Anita Kumar digs into what they really do — and why they’re set to face obstacles in the courts and in red states. Plus, Florida sues the Biden administration over cruise restrictions. An…
 
It’s common knowledge that cow burps and pig farts are an important source of emissions in America. But is it true? Today, Alex Guillen explains where the thick of methane emissions related to farming actually come from, and what the federal government could do to curb them. Anthony Adragna is an energy reporter for POLITICO and host of POLITICO En…
 
Clay is joined by journalist, businessman, and author Richard Lui to discuss the state of the nation in 2021 and how we can begin to come together as one people. Is apolitical selfishness or making the effort to reach out and sit down to talk with those who disagree with us the answer? It’s a difficult question, but with small steps, intention and …
 
The big preoccupation for the Brussels bubble this week was a trip to Ankara by European Council President Charles Michel and Commission President Ursula von der Leyen. Michel took a chair next to Turkish Recep Tayyip Erdoğan while von der Leyen had to make do with a nearby sofa. POLITICO's Andrew Gray and Lili Bayer break down why "Sofagate" becam…
 
Last week, reports emerged that a vaccine production plant in Maryland accidentally mixed ingredients and ruined 15 million shots in the process. POLITICO's Sarah Owermohle talks with Dispatch's Jeremy Siegel about who is to blame and what we can learn from the situation. Sarah Owermohle is a health care reporter for POLITICO. Jeremy Siegel is a ho…
 
15 million doses. Gone. All because a plant accidentally mixed ingredients. POLITICO’s Sarah Owermohle looks at how such a big mistake happened. Plus, Virginia’s legislature votes to speed up marijuana legalization. And a Cuomo accuser says the New York governor urged her to stay silent. Sarah Owermohle is a health care reporter for POLITICO. Jerem…
 
American energy jobs pay considerably higher than the median job. But Kelsey Tamborrino reports that Joe Biden’s job plan faces challenges in selling new, renewable energy jobs that pay less than traditional energy work. Kelsey Tamborrino is a Politico Energy reporter. Anthony Adragna is an energy reporter for POLITICO and host of POLITICO Energy. …
 
The nation is on trial. And race is front and center in the courtroom. POLITICO’s Brakkton Booker breaks down three key moments from the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis Police officer charged with murdering George Floyd. Plus, the State Department says it isn't considering a joint boycott of the 2022 Beijing Olympics. And California …
 
Tharon Johnson, a Democratic political strategist who has worked for Congressman John Lewis and President Barack Obama joins Ron Steslow to examine what’s in Georgia’s new anti-democracy law and understand the dastardly motives and false pretenses being used by Republicans across the country to push similar voter suppression legislation. Contribute…
 
Joe Biden wants to be the president to change the course in the fight against climate change. But if he really wants to use the full power of the federal government, his EPA has to craft strong regulations that will pass legal muster. Today, Alex Guillen reports on the challenge of striking that balance. Anthony Adragna is an energy reporter for PO…
 
From Coca Cola to the MLB to Delta, big companies are criticizing a Georgia law that advocates say infringes on voting rights. POLITICO’s Zach Montellaro breaks down what’s in the legislation — and looks at what the corporate backlash could mean for Republican efforts to change voting rules in other states. Plus, Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson vetoes…
 
Way before solar power took off in America, Tom Werner took the reins of a little known California company called SunPower. After nearly two decades, Werner is stepping down as CEO just as the rise of solar seems to have no boundaries. POLITICO’s Kelsey Tamborrino talks to Werner about what the industry wants from the Biden administration, and what…
 
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, joins Dispatch to discuss rising Covid cases, vaccine passports, the timeline for returning to normal and — not joking — Lord of the Rings. Plus, the Derek Chauvin trial enters its second week. And Buttigieg defends Biden’s infrastructure plan amid Republican criticism of the price …
 
President Joe Biden wants Americans to start driving electric vehicles as soon as possible, and for these vehicles to be fully built by Americans. But in order to achieve this goal, the US will need to dramatically increase its production of batteries. Today, Gavin Bade explains how and an international trade dispute could hit the brakes on a long-…
 
This special edition of the EU Confidential podcast reflects on the life and career of Stephen Brown, the POLITICO Europe editor in chief who died of a heart attack last month at the age of 57. Brown pursued an outstanding career as a foreign correspondent that took him from the tip of South America to the Arctic Circle. He then took a leap of fait…
 
Circuit breakers, emergency brakes and no brakes as provinces deal with spiking covid cases, which is all us young people’s fault. Links BC Three-week circuit breaker begins now to bend the curve, protect people Ontario Implements Provincewide Emergency Brake Three Quebec cities head back into lockdown as COVID-19 variants spread Kenney pleads with…
 
Circuit breakers, emergency brakes and no brakes as provinces deal with spiking covid cases, which is all us young people’s fault. Links BC Three-week circuit breaker begins now to bend the curve, protect people Ontario Implements Provincewide Emergency Brake Three Quebec cities head back into lockdown as COVID-19 variants spread Kenney pleads with…
 
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