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The Happy Warrior Podcast is a Journalistic and intellectual Conservatarian commentary on the news of the day from a more positive perspective. Hosted by Peter Vaughn Pischke. Youtube: https://bit.ly/2ItbgBY Co-Created with Robert Mehling Opening Theme: “Karma” by Bump of Chicken Social Media: https://www.facebook.com/happywarriorpete/ https://twitter.com/HappyWarriorP https://www.minds.com/happywarriorpete/
 
A podcast full of laughs & juicy stories for your morning commute! Ready for download by 4:45 a.m. Eastern Monday-Friday. The idea: They say the best show is the one that happens off-air when the hosts get to say what they *really* think. THIS is that show. Your hosts: Matthew Nordin is an award-winning journalist, world traveler, and newly-single gay man. Paula Caruso anchors the news at the station where she and Matt met. So much has changed for Paula in the past year: She's a new mom and ...
 
The ANDREA MITCHELL CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF DEMOCRACY aims not just to promote, but to understand, democracy. Global in its outlook, multifaceted in its purposes, the Mitchell Center seeks to contribute to the ongoing quest for democratic values, ideas, and institutions throughout the world. In THE ANDREA MITCHELL CENTER PODCAST, we interview scholars, journalists, and public thinkers grappling with the challenges facing our democracy. Many of the episodes are linked to our other programming ...
 
This world is full of believers whose voices are not being heard because they do not fit into mainstream Christian culture. Therefore, the emergence of the spiritual underground, which is buzzing with new life and innovation as a random network of misfits find each other, and a much needed place of safety. These past few years, Common Hymnal has served as a connecting point for this community, and, in the process, built a well-stocked library of new songs, unheard stories and interesting ide ...
 
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Sam and Emma host Kate Aronoff, staff writer at the New Republic, to discuss her new book, Overheated: How Capitalism Broke the Planet -- And How We Fight Back, on how we got to this stage in the climate crisis and policy solutions needed to slow climate change in the coming decades. They cover a bit of background, taking on the effect of Right-win…
 
On this episode of Terror House Radio, Matt Forney and Bryden Proctor discuss literature, philosophy, film, music, and more. If you have a comment you want us to read live on air, send us a Streamlabs tip here and we'll read it on the next episode: https://streamlabs.com/terrorhousemagazine Watch on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/v4opLjMf1Fg Links:…
 
Sam and Emma host David Roediger, American Studies professor at the University of Kansas, to discuss his latest book, The Sinking Middle Class: A Political History, on the relatively recent phenomena of centering the middle class in political rhetoric and how both parties use it as a cudgel to beat back progressive policy. They walk through the dev…
 
Sam and Emma host author Clint Smith, staff writer at the Atlantic, to discuss his new book, How the Word is Passed: A Reckoning with the History of Slavery Across America on how the legacy of slavery has been passed down and obscured through generations of storytelling, and the manner in which this manifests in modern society. They walk through th…
 
American Broadcasting School alumni, Bad Billy brings you Outlaw Radio. Listen for discussion on current events, a little comedy, and great music. Listen to the show live Saturday nights at 4:00 PM eastern standard time/1:00 PM pacific standard time on The A.O.W. Radio Network or The No Holds Barred Radio Network! Feel free to join the show by call…
 
Sam and Emma host David Sirota, founder of and editor at The Daily Poster, to discuss the tough developments around progressive hopes for the Biden Administration, including bipartisan dead-ends, bad-faith attacks on Ilhan Omar, and the possibilities of filibuster reform in the Senate. Sam, Emma, and David touch on the power of narcissistic spotlig…
 
Emma hosts Astra Taylor, activist, and member of the Debt Collective, to discuss her new book Remake the World: Essays, Reflections, Rebellions on how we can and must organize around each other to help lift ourselves out of the confining and isolating world that has only been exacerbated by the brutality of 2020. They look into the metaphor of cons…
 
Speedy Ortiz started off as a solo project for musician, songwriter, and poet Sadie Dupuis that quickly grew into a full band experience. Over the past several years Sadie has been experimenting with a new solo project under her own moniker of Sad13. Her latest album Haunted Painting is a loud danceable indie-pop gem that is as personal as it is re…
 
American Broadcasting School alumni, Bad Billy brings you Outlaw Radio. Listen for discussion on current events, a little comedy, and great music. Listen to the show live Saturday nights at 4:00 PM eastern standard time/1:00 PM pacific standard time on The A.O.W. Radio Network or The No Holds Barred Radio Network! Feel free to join the show by call…
 
On this episode of Terror House Radio, Matt Forney and Bryden Proctor discuss literature, philosophy, film, music, and more. If you have a comment you want us to read live on air, send us a Streamlabs tip here and we'll read it on the next episode: https://streamlabs.com/terrorhousemagazine Watch on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/8zkdSLj8zKs Links:…
 
Sam and Emma host John B. Judis, Editor-at-Large at Talking Points Memo, to discuss his new book 'The Politics of Our Time: Populism, Nationalism, Socialism,' on the political movements in America so far in the 21st century and what conflicts and influences they might have on one another in the coming decades. They walk through the thin ideology of…
 
Sam and Emma host Henry Farrell, SNF Agora Professor of International Affairs at Johns Hopkins, to discuss his new paper "Rechanneling Beliefs: How Information Flows Hinder or Help American Democracy," taking on the state of American democracy in historical context, and looking into how our current crisis has developed and what we can do to reverse…
 
Sam and Emma host Adam Weinstein, Research Fellow at the Quincy Institute, to explore the status of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, and what the region might look like moving forwards. They look into why the Pentagon might want a quick withdrawal now that they are committed to withdrawing at all, and whether or not U.S. contractors will choose …
 
What a show! Our guest was late so we talked about some of the current libertarian drama, and then had a blast with our guest, some guy who wanted to be called Ted. https://facebook.com/fakertarians https://twitter.com/fakertarians https://youtube.com/fakertarians https://www.reddit.com/r/Fakertarians https://twitch.tv/fakertarianspodcast Merch: ht…
 
Sam and Emma host Heather "Digby" Parton, proprietor of the wönderblog Hullabaloo and Salon.com contributor, to discuss the week's top stories, including Biden's bipartisan fetish President Manchin and the filibuster, and more. They explore the Democrats’ plan to make June the month of failure, using the filibuster as part of their ass-covering pro…
 
Sam hosts Emory Professor of Law Dorothy A. Brown to discuss her new book, The Whiteness of Wealth: How the Tax System Impoverishes Black Americans – and How We Can Fix It, on the myriad ways in which race is coded into our tax systems, reserving benefits and breaks for white families across the board. Dorothy and Sam discuss the difficulty of trac…
 
On this episode of Terror House Radio, Matt Forney welcomes Matthew Pegas to the show to discuss his new book DRAGON DAY, forthcoming from Terror House Press. If you have a comment you want us to read live on air, send us a Streamlabs tip here and we'll read it on the next episode: https://streamlabs.com/terrorhousemagazine Watch on YouTube here: h…
 
In today’s episode, we’re joined by Eric D. Johnson of Fruit Bats and Bonny Light Horseman and his wife and creative collaborator, photographer Annie Beedy, all about their work together that pairs his music with her vivid documentary-style photography. And we’re joined later in the episode by Daniel Murphy, acclaimed album designer, now residing a…
 
Sam and Emma host professor of African American studies Carol Anderson to discuss her latest book The Second: Race and Guns in a Fatally Unequal America on how the right to bear arms has been a means to suppress black Americans. Anderson details how black Americans throughout history have organized to defend themselves against state violence and ra…
 
Sam and Emma are back from their Memorial Day break to discuss the top stories kicking off this week, from the anniversary of the Tulsa Massacre to the Texas Democrats' exit, and what we hope Democrats have learned from the failures of the January 6th commission. They begin by exploring the rising tensions, bolstered by the KKK and SCOTUS decisions…
 
Certainty is comforting. Certainty is quick. But science is uncertain. And this is particularly true for people who are trying to understand climate change.Climate scientist, Tamsin Edwards tackles this uncertainty head on. She quantifies the uncertainty inherent in all climate change predictions to try and understand which of many possible storyli…
 
Sam hosts Alex Pareene, staff writer at the New Republic and host of The Politics of Everything, to discuss Manchin's stand on the filibuster, the sclerotic senate democrats, and Schumer's plan for filibuster reform all comes down to the June calendar. Matthew Film Guy joins in the second half to discuss Amazon's purchase of MGM, how shows work now…
 
Sam and Emma discuss the top stories of the week including ongoing infrastructure negotiations, some wins for climate activists, and democrats lining up a legislative agenda post-filibuster. Sam and Emma breakdown the recent memo from Judge Amy Berman Jackson and Bill Barr's role in not charging Trump following the Mueller report, in which Barr's j…
 
Sam and Emma host Yale professor of history Elizabeth Hinton to discuss her new book America on Fire: The Untold History of Police Violence and Black Rebellion Since the 1960s and the importance of recasting what were once considered "riots" as rebellion, and how the original framing of those events helped elected officials stall on civil rights. A…
 
Sam and Emma host trans activist and law professor Dean Spade to discuss his book Mutual Aid: Building Solidarity During This Crisis (and the Next) on what we learned about collective action through the Covid-19 pandemic and how to better prepare for the next one. They explore what mutual aid is, why solidarity, not charity, is necessary to make up…
 
As the craze for cold water swimming continues, Jim Al Khalili talks to triathlete and Professor of Extreme Physiology, Mike Tipton. Is it as good for our mental and physical health as many enthusiasts claim? And do the benefits go beyond a rush of adrenaline causing feel good endorphins to be released in our brains?Mike studies why people drown. H…
 
Sam and Emma host Heather McGhee, a senior fellow at Demos, to discuss her new book The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together on how the legacies of slavery and systemic racism hurt all Americans in material ways. They explore her concept of “drain pool politics,” in which white Americans started to vote away their o…
 
American Broadcasting School alumni, Bad Billy brings you Outlaw Radio. Listen for discussion on current events, a little comedy, and great music. Listen to the show live Saturday nights at 4:00 PM eastern standard time/1:00 PM pacific standard time on The A.O.W. Radio Network or The No Holds Barred Radio Network! Feel free to join the show by call…
 
We gather with special guest, David Fite, and talk about PA, the LP and Liberty Unity. David is the host of the Fite 4 Liberty Show, available wherever you listen to podcasts. ttps://facebook.com/fakertarians​ https://twitter.com/fakertarians​ https://www.reddit.com/r/Fakertarians/​ https://twitch.tv/fakertarianspodcast​ https://youtube.com/fakerta…
 
Sam and Emma host Ben Dixon of the Benjamin Dixon Show to talk about the top stories of the week and shifting tides of leftist activist authority in U.S. politics, then Ben Burgis, author of Canceling Comedians While the World Burns, joins to discuss his critique of the current American left. Ben Dixon explores how the greater activist sway in U.S.…
 
Emma hosts today’s Majority Report, featuring an interview Sam recorded with Jonathan Daniel Wells, University of Michigan Professor of History, on his latest book “The Kidnapping Club: Wall Street, Slavery, and Resistance on the Eve of the Civil War.” They explore slavery's deep ties to the financial centers of the North, NYC in particular, even a…
 
In this episode, we’re joined by Mathieu Santos, bassist and founding member of the band Ra Ra Riot and Chris Everhart, the graphic designer who has worked on all their album packages, countless posters, and creative collaborations. We talk through the band’s creative approach to songwriting and what it’s like to manage so many creative voices and …
 
Sam and Emma host epidemiologist Dr. MarkAlain Dery and host of the Covid Noise Filter podcast to discuss the state of the pandemic, including vaccine effectiveness, the new CDC mask guidance and the agency’s litany of failures during the covid pandemic, and why not achieving herd immunity is not the end of the world. And in the Fun Half: inside ba…
 
Sam and Emma breakdown the latest development in Gaza, how the media and Democrats are drawing lines in a new Israel-Palestine narrative, and the reaction from the global community. Sam also gives a rundown of the Supreme Court's decision to hear Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and what it could mean for Roe v. Wade and the 2022 midter…
 
Interviewer: RAFAEL KHACHATURIAN. As citizens and politicians in many countries argue passionately about how – or whether – national borders should be secured, they often share a similar set of assumptions: that borders are sharp boundaries enclosing distinct political communities, and that the choice of whether they are open or closed is largely b…
 
When does a crowd of people become unsafe? How well will Aston Villa do next season? When is it cost-effective to replace a kitchen?The answers may seem arbitrary but, to Nira Chamberlain, they lie in mathematics. You can use maths to model virtually anything.Dr Nira Chamberlain is President of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, and…
 
Sam and Emma host historian Aviva Chomsky to discuss her latest book Central America's Forgotten History: Revolution, Violence, and the Roots of Migration on the history of extraction, exploitation, and the root causes behind migration from the Northern Triangle to the southern US border, as well as why the American empire bears much of the respons…
 
American Broadcasting School alumni, Bad Billy brings you Outlaw Radio. Listen for discussion on current events, a little comedy, and great music. Listen to the show live Saturday nights at 4:00 PM eastern standard time/1:00 PM pacific standard time on The A.O.W. Radio Network or The No Holds Barred Radio Network! Feel free to join the show by call…
 
Sam and Emma host Daniel Levy, president of the US Middle East Project, and Noah Kulwin, co-creator of the Blowback podcast, to explore two of the US’ messiest and most destructive long-term foreign policy relationships in Israel and Cuba, respectively. Daniel joins to discuss the attacks in Gaza, how commitment to Israeli impunity has undermined a…
 
Sam and Emma host James R. Skillen, professor at Calvin University joins to discuss his new book This Land is My Land: Rebellion in the West on the history of how conservatives have used public lands as a pitch to stoke resentment of federal law and play out their libertarian fantasies. And in the Fun Half: Bari Weiss's moral depravity, violent sup…
 
On this episode of Terror House Radio, Matt Forney and Bryden Proctor welcome Benjamin Welton back to the show to discuss his new book SCATTERED SCENES OF SEX AND VIOLENCE, forthcoming from Terror House Press. If you have a comment you want us to read live on air, send us a Streamlabs tip here and we'll read it on the next episode: https://streamla…
 
Anaïs Mitchell, is a singer-songwriter, creator of the 8x Tony Award-winning musical Hadestown, and 1/3 of the folk-rock supergroup and twice Grammy-nominated Bonny Light Horseman. Aaron Denton is an acclaimed poster artist and designer for music including work with Stereolab, Slowdive, Khruangbin, and… Bonny Light Horseman. In this episode, we go …
 
Sam and Emma host founder and senior correspondent at the Intercept Jeremy Scahill to discuss his new series Empire Politician on how Biden is the manifestation of US foreign policy over the past 50 years, including Biden's relationship to the intel community, the on-going apartheid efforts in Israel and more. And in the Fun Half: Steven Crowder ed…
 
On today's ep. of Breeders Syndicate, the guys discuss their personal experience with cannabis during the golden 1990s era! Highlights of this throwback conversation include the 'joy' of deseeding compressed brown weed + getting swindled by green pretendica, smoking out of household items/fruit, why Supreme Video in Kenosha was the spot for water p…
 
Luminescent bone-eating worms, giant squid and a sea cucumber commonly known as the headless chicken monster: some extraordinary creatures live at the bottom of the sea. For a long time almost everyone agreed the pressure was too intense for any life to exist. Now, it seems, the more we look the more new species we find. But, many fear, marine life…
 
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