The Daily

The New York Times

‘Who Do You Want Controlling Your Food?’

During the pandemic, the price of beef shot up. Wholesale beef prices increased more than 40 percent — more than 70 percent for certain cuts of steak. The conventional wisdom was that price increases simply reflected the chaos that the coronavirus had caused in the supply chain. But there’s evidence that they were in fact a reflection of a more fundamental change in the meatpacking business.We speak to ranchers about the consolidation of the industry and explore what it can show us about a transformation in the American economy — one much bigger than beef. Guest: Peter S. Goodman, a global economics correspondent for The New York Times.Want more from The Daily? For one big idea on the news each week from our team, subscribe to our newsletter. Background reading: Despite record beef prices, ranchers aren’t cashing in — the result of years of consolidation. For more information on today’s episode, visit Transcripts

The Ben Shapiro Show

The Daily Wire

Up First


Tuesday, January 25, 2022

The White House and European leaders are trying to deter Russia from invading Ukraine. What happens if Vladimir Putin sends his troops in anyway? And the Federal Reserve is poised to raise interest rates soon. Will that help or hurt anxieties on Wall Street? Plus, soldiers in Burkina Faso say they have ousted the country's democratically elected leader. Why have there been so many coups in Western Africa in recent months?

Sweet Bobby

Tortoise Media

6. Motive

Free to listen. In the final episode of Sweet Bobby, Kirat’s case against the catfisher takes an unexpected turn. As Alexi is putting the finishing touches to the series, he gets a phone call that changes everything. See for privacy and opt-out information.


Serial Productions

The Trojan Horse Affair - Trailer

A mysterious letter detailing a supposed Islamist plot to take over schools shocked Britain in 2014. But who wrote it? From Serial Productions and The New York Times, “The Trojan Horse Affair,” an investigation that became bigger than we ever imagined. All eight parts are coming next Thursday, February 3rd.

The Matt Walsh Show

The Daily Wire

Ep. 882 - A Token Black Woman For The Supreme Court 

Today on the Matt Walsh Show, there is an opening on the Supreme Court and it’s been decided that a black woman must fill it. Which black woman? Well any will do, apparently. Once again we see the absurd racism of “racial equity” on full display. Also, there has been a huge surge in children experiencing speech delays because of masking. And Media Matters publishes a lengthy expose about a certain bigoted Dr. Phil clip that lots of people on Facebook have seen and shared. They’re very concerned about it. In our Daily Cancellation, we’ll deal finally with the NFT phenomenon. Is it a good investment opportunity or is it the dumbest thing in the history of the world and a sign of our civilization’s decadence and decay? 
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Deux U

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Chris Evans, Kim & Pete, Sebastian Stan and More w/ Enty

On the first-ever episode of Deux U, Deux and iconic celeb gossip curator, Enty (of Crazy Days and Nights) talk about this hottest topics, including:

Kim and Pete and whether their relationship is real

Chris Evans' dating life

Drake's alleged hot sauce condom debacle

Jason Momoa's divorce

AND the latest on Sebastian Stan's relationship status!

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The Dan Bongino Show

Cumulus Podcast Network | Dan Bongino

Public Enemy Number One (Ep 1694)

In this episode, I address the latest attack by big tech on free speech and I also discuss the trucker convoy in Canada. 

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What happened to all of that BLM money?

More questions about Fauci. 

Google is going to war with me. 

A secret report on election vulnerabilities is creating controversy.

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The Daily Wire

Questioning The Western Narrative

Lately, I am growing disillusioned with the western narrative. I am questioning whether we have ever been told the truth, about anything. It's time to start paying attention to what's happening overseas.

The Glenn Beck Program

Blaze Podcast Network

Exclusive: Former President Trump on Biden and Ukraine | Guests: Donald J. Trump & Dr. Ladapo | 1/28/22

Glenn reveals the recently released FOIA numbers that show the U.S. government bailed out multiple foreign countries to the tune of trillions. B.J. Dichter, the spokesman for the Canadian Trucker Freedom Convoy, joins to discuss the massive trucker convoy headed toward Canada's capital to protest the mandates. Former President Trump joins Glenn for an exclusive interview discussing the Russia-Ukraine conflict and President Biden’s phone call to Ukraine. Rep. Chris Stewart joins to discuss the Russia-Ukraine conflict, Glenn’s interview with Donald Trump, and the World Economic Forum. Glenn has on Florida’s surgeon general, Dr. Joseph Ladapo, to discuss the government banning monoclonal antibody treatments for COVID.
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Morning Wire

The Daily Wire

China's Control of U.S. Officials and Failed Homeless Policies

China's control over American elites, including the Biden family, is detailed in a new book, officials push a diplomatic solution between Russia and Ukraine and homelessness rises due to failed policies.

The Rachel Maddow Show

Rachel Maddow, MSNBC

Justice Thomas ignores basic ethics where wife's activism, lobbying conflict with cases

Tonight's guests are  Rep. Pete Aguilar, member of the January 6th Committee; Jane Mayer, chief Washington correspondent for The New Yorker; Rev. Denise Freeman, minister and activist in Lincoln County, Georgia; and Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman U.S. Army (ret), former director for European affairs for the U.S. National Security Council.

Bannon's War Room

WAR ROOM: 2020 with Stephen K. Bannon, Raheem Kassam, and more.

The Gist

Peach Fish Productions

Encore: Comedian Michael Ian Black Talks Masculinity

The Gist is on hiatus.
In the interview from the Gist archives, Mike is joined by author, comedian, podcast host, and actor Michael Ian Black to talk about his latest book, A Better Man: A (Mostly Serious) Letter to My Son. Black was persuaded to write the book after publishing a New York Times op-ed on school shootings and gun control in 2018. Part advice and part memoir, A Better Man poses the question: why is it always boys and young men who are pulling the trigger? Black challenges readers to expand their definition of masculinity while refraining from denigrating qualities traditionally seen as feminine.
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NPR News Now


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The Great America Show with Lou Dobbs

Lou Dobbs


Sen. Rand Paul says our intelligence and public health agencies are involved in a massive cover-up; while Fitton says, “The resting state of the Deep State is secrecy.” Guests:  Senator Rand Paul and Tom Fitton

Global News Podcast

BBC World Service

Russia's Foreign Minister says Moscow doesn't want war with Ukraine

Sergei Lavrov was responding to US proposals to resolve the crisis. He said Moscow would however defend its interests. Also: Health experts call for more to be done to help the billions of people who still haven't had a Covid jab, and Australia has promised to spend a further seven hundred million dollars to save the Great Barrier Reef.

The Journal.

The Wall Street Journal & Gimlet

Investors are Buying Up Homes. Cincinnati is Pushing Back

Since the 2008 financial crisis, institutional investors have bought up thousands of homes around the country to rent out, crimping the supply of available homes for average buyers. But a new gambit by an economic development agency in Cincinnati aims to put a dent in that dynamic. We speak to its CEO and WSJ's Konrad Putzier about the stakes.
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The Charlie Kirk Show

Charlie Kirk

The Most Comprehensive Overview of the Illegal Alien Invasion

America is a nation with defined borders and a shared, common culture. But there is a dire threat to the very existence of our nation coming at the hands of our federal government, as they ship in illegal aliens and scatter them across the country with wonton disregard for Americans' safety. Charlie unpacks all of that and much, much more on this comprehensive deep dive into America's immigration crisis. 

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The Michael Knowles Show

The Daily Wire

Ep. 932 - Whoever Biden Picks Groped Me

Biden officially nominates a generic black woman to the Supreme Court, Howard Stern defends censorship of Joe Rogan, and a Loudon County judge lets a 15-year-old serial rapist off the hook.
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Consider This from NPR


What Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer's Retirement Means

After 27 years on the Supreme Court, liberal justice Stephen Breyer is retiring. His departure won't change the balance of the court, but it will give President Biden a chance to put his stamp on it — and cement a new, younger justice in place for decades. NPR legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg explains who might replace Breyer, and NPR political editor Domenico Montanaro outlines how the process will unfold. In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment that will help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at

Peter Navarro‘s In Trump Time Podcast


Former White House trade and manufacturing czar and In Trump Time author Peter Navarro parses the latest news at the intersection of economics and politics.

WSJ What’s News

The Wall Street Journal

Federal Reserve Prepares to Raise Rates in Mid-March

P.M. Edition for Jan. 26. The Federal Reserve is holding interest rates steady for now, but is preparing to raise them in mid-March to combat high inflation. The central bank also is winding down stimulus measures put in place during the height of the pandemic. Michael Derby, a special writer for WSJ Pro Central Banking, joins host Annmarie Fertoli to discuss.
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Louder with Crowder

Blaze Podcast Network

China REWRITES Hollywood Classics?! We Uncover Just How Deep It Goes! | Louder with Crowder

Communist China is rewriting classic Hollywood movies as movie producers take their communist money. We expose how far it goes. Also, a truck full of monkeys might be causing another pandemic. And 217-year-old Cher has a workout video for some reason. #China #Fauci #Monkeys

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Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar

Breaking Points

1/4/22: Meatpacking, Omicron Update, WaPo, Epstein News, Robert Malone, Elizabeth Holmes, White House Press, Austerity, Defense Contractors, and More!

Krystal and Saagar talk about the potential bipartisan effort to fight meatpacking consolidation, updates on Omicron statistics, unemployment for the unvaccinated, new details about Prince Andrew's ties to Epstein, Dr. Robert Malone's appearance on Joe Rogan, Elizabeth Holmes trial verdict, how the White House Correspondent's Association rigs the game, the return of austerity politics, the broken fundamentals of US foreign policy with Richard Hanania, and more!

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The NPR Politics Podcast


Both Parties Vie For Latino Voters To Boost Midterms Hopes

A new congressional district in Colorado that is forty percent could be the site of one of the country's closest House races in November. Democratic organizers in Colorado and across the country are worried their party may not to be able to win enough support with Latino voters after Republicans proved competitive with the crucial demographic in 2020.This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, congressional reporter Claudia Grisales, and demographics and culture correspondent Danielle Kurtzleben.Connect:Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.orgJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.


New York Magazine

Stock Market Blues, a Crypto Crash, and Mark Cuban's Pharmacy

Can things get any worse for Peloton? Kara and Scott discuss the D.C. tech lobby, Twitter's push into NFTs, and the troubled stock market. Plus, Mark Cuban's new online pharmacy, and a listener question about whether your local grocery store should play by Amazon's rules.
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Mark Levin Podcast

Cumulus Podcast Network

Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 1/27/22

On Thursday's Mark Levin Show, three more cops were shot, this time in Houston. The number of police shot is breaking records and some incidents involve illegal aliens. Cops are under attack and getting sued for simply doing their jobs. The southern border is not secure, gangs and drugs are getting into the country and innocent lives are paying the price. The Marxist movement is creating this violence. The media hates whatever gets in their way and that's why they provide cover for the anti-police crowd that they promote on their platforms. Democrats will support rioters, but they won't support the police. Who is going to hold the media and the Democrat party to account? This program will lead an effort to impeach Joe Biden, the Secretary of Homeland Security and the Attorney General of the United States over this open border. Then, the question of whether the Vice President can serve as a tie-breaker on a Supreme Court nominee has been aske

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

Premiere Networks

Daily Review with Clay and Buck - Jan 27 2022

Joe Biden's racist criteria for picking a Supreme Court Justice. Miranda Devine busts Biden secretly flying illegals into NY. Jedediah Bila: Fierce conservative mama bear against mandates 
Raheem Kassam thinks Washington wants war in Ukraine.
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Good Morning America

ABC News

Thursday, January 20

Bob Saget’s widow reflects on comedian’s last days; VP Harris reflects on 1 year in office; Level up your fitness routine with mini workouts

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Blaze Podcast Network

Ep 549 | Voter Suppression Propaganda, Islamist Terrorism & Muscular Conservatism | Guest: Josh Hammer

Today we're talking to Josh Hammer, conservative commentator and opinion editor at Newsweek. Josh is here to break down a few of the stories that have taken over the news in the last few days, starting with the hostage situation that took place in a North Texas synagogue. Apparently, an armed Muslim extremist thought he could negotiate the release of a convicted terrorist by taking some innocent people hostage. Thankfully, no one lost their lives. However, since then, the media have been working overtime to hide any information about the case that runs counter to their narrative that says white supremacy is basically the only threat America is facing. Then, we discuss the heavy-handed speech Joe Biden gave in Georgia in support of the Democrats' "voting rights" bill. Josh explains how, despite the name, this bill would actually dilute the power of the average

The PoliticsGirl Podcast

Meidas Media Network, Leigh McGowan

The Death of Roe

The court that Trump built seems poised to set women’s rights back a century with the overturning of Roe v. Wade. We talk about the history of a woman’s right to choose, the fundamental dishonesty of the pro-life movement, the myth that the religious right has always been anti-abortion, and the threat this decision will have, not only on women’s rights, but on the legitimacy of the Supreme Court itself.


Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec

Turning Point USA


The president of Ukraine slams President Biden after having to correct him multiple times on their recent phone call, President Biden prepares shortlist for the Supreme Court pick, Sweden has decided against recommending Covid vaccines to children ages 5-12, and a new survey data from the Manhattan Institute shows that Americans under 30 lean towards cultural socialism. Here’s your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec 

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O'Reilly

The O'Reilly Update, January 28, 2022

Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire this summer, Nancy Pelosi announces another run for Congress, a new poll shows Joe Biden beating Donald Trump in 2024, the pandemic causing a surge in alcoholism.
Plus, Bill's Message of the Day, listeners sound off!
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The Economist Podcasts

The Economist

The Economist Asks: Maggie Gyllenhaal

As awards season gets underway, Anne McElvoy asks the Oscar-nominated actor and filmmaker how streaming platforms will change cinema. The director of “The Lost Daughter” reveals why she chose to adapt Elena Ferrante’s novel and what drew her to the messy mothers at the centre of the story. Plus, has she spoken to the famously enigmatic Italian writer?  Please subscribe to The Economist for full access to print, digital and audio  See for privacy and opt-out information.

Code Switch


Playing Pretendian

People lie about being Native American all the time – on college applications, on job applications, in casual conversation. But how do "Pretendians" hurt real Indigenous people and communities? And what does all that mean for people who aren't quite sure if they're claiming or reclaiming?

The Argument

New York Times Opinion

‘Hell Hath No Fury Like a Voter Scorned’: What 14 Swing Voters Have to Say

A year into the Biden administration, most of us can agree on one thing: The United States remains a deeply divided nation, with polarizing opinions on all sides. But what about the voices from the middle, the independents? Swing voters are arguably one of the most consequential groups for the midterm elections, so we wanted to hear from them about how they view President Biden’s first year and the current state of American democracy.So this month the veteran G.O.P pollster Frank Luntz convened a focus group of 14 self-identified independents and moderates to get their perspectives. And there seems to be a striking theme: They’re exasperated. As Nick from Pennsylvania put it, “We’ve been promised a lot by past politicians, and it just seems that nothing ever changes.”This week, Luntz debriefs Jane on the group’s findings — namely, that independents are very disappointed and don’t see much hope for eit

Plain English with Derek Thompson

The Ringer

Everybody Was Wrong About Inflation

Okay, almost everybody. The Biden administration was wrong. Many critics of the Biden administration were also wrong. The Federal Reserve was wrong. Investors were wrong. Banks were wrong. And Bitcoin investors weren't exactly right, either. How did everybody miss the most important economic story of the year? Derek breaks down the highest inflation rate in 40 years and welcomes back his economic roundtable guests, the finance podcasters Michael Batnick and Ben Carlson. 
Host: Derek Thompson
Guests: Michael Batnick & Ben Carlson 
Producer: Devon Manze
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Armstrong & Getty On Demand


Clip of the Year!

We round out the Clips of the Year, and we pick our favorite.
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Apple News Today

Apple News

Join Shumita Basu and Duarte Geraldino every weekday morning as they guide you through some of the most fascinating stories in the news — and how the world’s best journalists are covering them.

Snacks Daily

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? “Chief Cheerleader Officer” — Airbnb’s nomad CEO. USPS’ free Covid test. 5G’s anticlimactic climax.

Airbnb’s CEO is leaving his home to live in Airbnbs across the country… because CEOs are now Chief Cheerleading Officers. The US Postal Service just set up a website to send you 4 free Covid tests. It works because it took tricks from the tech industry. And 5G, the fastest internet speed out there, launched yesterday, which strangely might have canceled your flight.
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Steve Deace Show

Blaze Podcast Network

Do What You Believe: Or You Won’t Be Free to Believe It Much Longer | Guest: Del Bigtree | 11/30/21

Steve kicks off the show by announcing his newest book, "Do What You Believe: Or You Won't Be Free to Believe It Much Longer," on the necessity of Christian involvement in missional political activism. Then, Del Bigtree of the Informed Consent Action Network joins the program to discuss the latest on vaccines and the stigmatization of those who decline them. In Hour Two, Aaron and Todd play a game of Fake News or Not. Finally, Pop Culture Tuesday is a look at the latest "Ghostbusters" film.
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5 Things

USA TODAY / Wondery

New COVID-19 travel testing rules in effect as omicron spreads

The variant has now been detected in at least 15 states. Plus, a third party will investigate the buildup to last week's Michigan school shooting, reporter Nina Mandell looks at the popularity of Spotify Wrapped and USA TODAY Sports' Tom Schad wonders how omicron will affect the Winter Olympics.(Audio: Associated Press)Episode Transcript available hereAlso available at Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

The Intelligence from The Economist

The Economist

Insecurities in securities: why markets are sliding

Huge swings and downward trends: markets are forward-looking, and it is clear they do not see much to look forward to in 2022. Warnings about infectious bugs resistant to antibiotics have long been around; to see the effects just look to South Asia. And our data journalists reveal another benefit of widespread veganism: huge tracts of habitable land. For full access to print, digital and audio editions of The Economist, subscribe here  See for privacy and opt-out information.

The New Abnormal

The Daily Beast

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The New Yorker Radio Hour

WNYC Studios and The New Yorker

Russia’s Intentions in Ukraine—and America

“They push buttons,” says Timothy Snyder, a professor of history at Yale. “What button of ours are they pushing here? What are they trying to get us to do?” Vladimir Putin is posturing toward a costly invasion of Ukraine, on the false pretext of protecting Russian-language speakers in the country. Why? In a wide-ranging conversation, Snyder talks with David Remnick about how to understand Russia’s aggression, the idea advanced by Putin that Ukraine historically and rightfully belongs to Russia, and the dictator’s far-reaching goal of destabilizing NATO. Snyder is the author of the Second World War history “Bloodlands,” as well as “The Road to Unfreedom” and “On Tyranny”—which warn of the dangers that imperil American democracy. Running an oligarchy in which corruption is universal, Putin “is basically stuck with spectacle, distractions—the old bread and circuses idea,” Snyder says, “but also is working from a situation where you wa

Post Reports

The Washington Post

Inside an overwhelmed emergency room

A Rhode Island emergency department provides a window into how front-line health-care workers are coping with the latest covid surge. And a conversation about how André Leon Talley embodied the heart of the fashion world.Read more:Laura Forman, Kent Hospital’s emergency department director, says that her days dealing with a deluge of covid patients involves a lot of “best bad options.” Reporters Joyce Koh and Lenny Bernstein reported from Rhode Island, where overwhelmed emergency staff have been forced to see patients in their cars. Forman says her staff are burning out – and the conditions are the worst she’s seen in her 26-year career. Fashion icon André Leon Talley died this week at the age of 73. Talley was the former creative director of American Vogue, the first and only black person to hold that position. Senior critic-at-large Robin Givhan interviewed Talley many times over the years – and they were also friends. “He had

Tim Pool Daily Show

Tim Pool

Neil Young DEMANDS Spotify Ban Joe Rogan Or Remove His Music, Fake Liberals Get EXPOSED As Authoritarians

Neil Young DEMANDS Spotify Ban Joe Rogan Or Remove His Music, Fake Liberals Get EXPOSED As Authoritarians. From Liberal activists, Former Hippies to Democrat politicians as soon as they gain power they seek to abuse it.

Its a betrayal. We were told they believed in free speech but as soon as the leftists gain power they seek to abuse it.

Meet the new boss same as the old boss

Neil Young seems to have backed down as his songs remain up and so does joe Rogan


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The New York Times

Episode 5: The Land of Our Fathers, Part 2

The Provosts, a family of sugar-cane farmers in Louisiana, had worked the same land for generations. When it became harder and harder to keep hold of that land, June Provost and his wife, Angie, didn’t know why — and then a phone call changed their understanding of everything. In the finale of “1619,” we hear the rest of June and Angie’s story, and its echoes in a past case that led to the largest civil rights settlement in American history.On today’s episode: June and Angie Provost; Adizah Eghan and Annie Brown, producers for “1619”; and Khalil Gibran Muhammad, a professor of history, race and public policy at Harvard University and the author of “The Condemnation of Blackness.”“1619” is a New York Times audio series hosted by Nikole Hannah-Jones. You can find more information about it at

The Bulwark Podcast

The Bulwark

A.B. Stoddard: MAGA in Disarray

Trump's kingmaking keeps hitting bumps in the road, and the GOP is helping to spread Covid as an electoral strategy. Plus, why does Schumer's sloppy leadership get so little notice? A.B. Stoddard joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. Special Guest: A.B. Stoddard.

The World and Everything In It


1.18.22 Exploring the metaverse, teaching CRT, and History Book

Anna Johansen Brown explains the metaverse and how it could change the way we experience the internet; Mary Reichard talks to Steve West about legal challenges to teaching critical race theory in public schools; and on History Book, Katie Gaultney recounts significant events from the past. Plus: commentary from Kim Henderson, a giant frying pan, and the Tuesday morning news.Support The World and Everything in It today at Additional support comes from Ambassadors Impact Network, a group of faith-driven investors who finance private companies led by gospel-advancing entrepreneurs. More at

In the Dark

APM Reports

S2 E20: Curtis Flowers

During three years investigating the Curtis Flowers case, we’d talked to nearly everyone involved: lawyers, witnesses, jurors, family members, investigators, politicians, and many, many people around town. But there was one person we hadn’t yet interviewed — Curtis Flowers. That is, until one day in early October, a few weeks after he’d been cleared of all charges. For the final episode of Season 2, we at long last talk to the man at the center of it all.

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WSJ Your Money Briefing

The Wall Street Journal

How to Shop for Food and Not Get Squeezed by High Prices

As inflation continues to climb, Americans are spending more of their household budget on food. WSJ personal-finance reporter JJ McCorvey joins host J.R. Whalen to discuss ways of going grocery shopping without breaking the bank.
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The Victor Davis Hanson Show

Victor Davis Hanson and Jack Fowler

Ukraine in Crisis - Who Will Help?

Biden, Pelosi, Clyburn et al., the ossified Democratic leadership and their strategy for 2022, the Ukrainian Crisis, and Neil Young wants off a Joe-Rogan Spotify: join Victor Davis Hanson and Sami Winc on this Friday Edition.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Morning Joe

Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, MSNBC

Morning Joe 1/28/22

Tens of millions under winter storm watches ahead of weekend nor'easter

Start Here

ABC News

Eastern Promises: Blinken’s Cleanup Mission

After President Biden's revealing news conference, America's top diplomat meets with the Russian foreign secretary. Transplant experiments involving pig organs reach a new stage. And the NCAA implements a new policy on trans athletes.

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CAFE Insider Special: Breyer Retires

In a special episode of CAFE Insider, Preet and Joyce discuss Justice Stephen Breyer’s retirement from the Supreme Court, and reflect on his legacy. President Biden now faces the tough question of nominating Breyer’s replacement. Who will it be? What will the confirmation process look like? And what does it mean for the Court?

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X22 Report


Ep. 2644 - Do People Believe Those Responsible For Overthrowing The Gov Will Go Unpunished? PAIN

The fake news is trying to convince people that inflation is good and it will benefit them in the end. If inflation is good for people then why did the [CB] say it was transitory?  The economic truth has been revealed, the tax cuts Trump implemented helped the everyday people. The IMF has now doubled down and is blaming the economic destruction on the pandemic. The [CB] pushes Bitcoin down. The [DS] cannot move left or right, they must travel down the path that the patriots laid out. The people are now seeing was propaganda science looks like, as they keep pushing the people are questioning the quack science and asking for real scientific proof. The [DS] is now moving forward with their plan of locking down the world, but the world is standing up to it. Those people who are responsible for over throwing the US government will be punished, each move they make they are feeling pain

All In with Chris Hayes

Chris Hayes, MSNBC

Vow to nominate Black woman to Court spurs ‘spiral of racist and sexist tirades’

Guests: Jocelyn Benson, Michael Isikoff, Elie Mystal, Elise Boddie, Marc CaputoTonight: The Department of Justice and the January 6th committee investigate the trump campaign's fake electors plot. Then, as Justice Breyer formally announces his retirement, the unhinged backlash against his replacement is already in full throttle. Plus, as new reporting on the Matt Gaetz scandal keeps coming, how is he still in Congress? And a political gaffe for the ages from Senator Ron Johnson. 

FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight, 538, ABC News, Nate Silver

Emergency Podcast: Justice Breyer Is Retiring

The crew discusses how the Supreme Court may change once Breyer — a more moderate Justice among the Liberals — retires. They also consider whether the ensuing confirmation process will impact the country’s broader political environment in a Midterm election year.

Deadline: White House

Nicolle Wallace, MSNBC

“There are ways to stop this madness”

Nicolle Wallace discusses a Republican senator walking back his characterization of January 6th as a ‘violent terrorist attack.’ Plus, the pressure on Attorney General Garland to hold Trump accountable, examining extremism one year after the insurrection, members of the former vice president’s team are cooperating with the select committee, the officials who stood up to the Big Lie, the Supreme Court hears challenges to Biden’s vaccine mandate, and Biden calls for a new covid normal. Joined by: Matthew Dowd, Carol Leonnig, Barton Gellman, Rep. Ruben Gallego, Neal Katyal, Jonathan Greenblatt, Rick Stengel, Rep. Adam Schiff, Jonathan Lemire, Eugene Daniels, Mark Bowden, Matthew Teague, and Dr. Kavita Patel

The Sean Hannity Show

Sean Hannity

Delusionary Joe - January 20th, Hour 1

Sean breaks down the many lies and confusing stories in yesterday's press conference hosted by President Biden. "We've outperformed expectations," was the most confusing of the answers given by the President yesterday. Have we?
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The Andrew Klavan Show

The Daily Wire

Shelby Steele DEBUNKS The Race Hustle

Shelby Steele, filmmaker, author, and Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution, joins us to break down the current societal obsession with race, to spotlight the destructive and harmful nature of Critical Race Theory, and to debunk many of the most popular racial narratives today.
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The Lincoln Project

The Lincoln Project

There Was No One Left to Speak For Me with Anna Scheumann

Host Reed Galen is joined by Anna Scheumann, who sits on the board for both 3GNY, a non-profit founded by the grandchildren of Holocaust survivors and the New Cracow Friendship Society, a non-profit international organization established by survivors of the Holocaust from Krakow, Poland and carried on by their descendants. In observance of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, they discuss the history of the Holocaust through the lens of Anna’s grandfather’s experience, who was a Holocaust survivor, and examine the current state of anti-semitism that continues to plague our nation and threaten our democracy.


Keith & Kevin Hodge

Biden Refers To Fox News Reporter as “Stupid SOB”

Biden Refers To Fox News Reporter as “Stupid SOB”


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Wall Street Breakfast

Seeking Alpha

Wall Street Breakfast January 27: The Fed Signals Rising Rates

Our top stories include: The Fed Signals Rising Rates, The Rent is Too High and Netflix Lands a Fan

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The Fox News Rundown

FOX News Radio

Evening Edition: Combating Anti-Semitism On International Holocaust Remembrance Day

Today, the world marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day, commemorating the day in 1945 when the Auschwitz concentration camp was liberated. This year, the day is also being used by influential members of the Jewish community to speak out against the rise of anti-Semitism. Recently, the United Nations passed a resolution to condemn Holocaust denial. It was co-sponsored by Germany, but Iran did not approve of the measure. The event highlights how certain groups of people around the world still deny that the Holocaust took place and add to ongoing international antisemitism. Ambassador Danny Danon, Israel's former Permanent Representative to the United Nations, discusses what world leaders can do to combat the alarming rise of anti-Semitism.

Power Corrupts

Brian Klaas

The Dark Side of AI

Artificial intelligence is the frontier of human innovation. But it has a dark side, too. In this episode, we explore how AI intersects with everything from criminology to creative writing -- and in the process, we see how biased algorithms have the power to do enormous harm in modern society.   You can support our work here:   And you can buy Brian’s book, Corruptible: Who Gets Power and How It Changes Us, here (or wherever you buy books):   Follow us on social media:   Twitter - Instagram -  


The Center for Investigative Reporting and PRX

Take No Prisoners

In December 1944, Frank Hartzell was a young soldier pressed into fierce fighting during the Battle of the Bulge. He was there battling Nazi soldiers for control of the Belgian town of Chenogne, and he was there afterward when dozens of unarmed German prisoners of war were gunned down in a field. 

Reporter Chris Harland-Dunaway travels to Belgium to tour Chenogne with Belgian historian Roger Marquet. Then he sits down with Bill Johnsen, a military historian and former dean of the Army War College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, to ask why the Patton Papers don’t accurately reflect Gen. George S. Patton’s diary entries about Chenogne. 

The massacre at Chenogne happened soon after the Malmedy massacre, during which Nazi troops killed unarmed American POWs. The German soldiers responsible were tried at Dachau, but the American soldiers who committed the massacre at Chenogne were never held accountable. Harland-Dunaway interviews

In the Bubble with Andy Slavitt

Lemonada Media

The Omicron Episode for Parents (with Paul Offit)

Being a parent is never easy, but has it ever felt as hard as it does right now? Andy talks all things kids and Omicron with pediatrician and vaccinologist Paul Offit. They cover the latest on keeping kids safe at school, how Omicron is affecting young people, and what kind of masks are best for children. Plus, an update on when we can expect a vaccine for kids younger than five.


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WSJ Tech News Briefing

The Wall Street Journal

Covid Tests From Tech Startups Promise Accuracy Without the Wait

Health-tech startups have created lab-like molecular Covid-19 tests that you can use from the comfort of your own home. WSJ Senior Personal Tech Columnist Joanna Stern joins host Julie Chang to explain how they work and whether their steep price tag is worth the buy.
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CNN 5 Things


CNN 5 Things January 28, 2022 - 6am ET

Biden-Zelensky call, NY mask mandate deadline, Nor'easter this weekend, Honduras' first female president, Great Barrier Reef pledge. 

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The Stew Peters Show

Stew Peters

Taxpayer-Funded Pedophilia Pushes Vax on KIDS, Nurses Rise Up Saving THOUSANDS and MORE!

The Stew Peters Show (January 27, 2022)

The Stew Peters Show (January 27, 2022)

Taxpayer-funded pedophilia pushes teens to get jabbed WITHOUT the knowledge or consent of their parents, as young as 14.

Dr. Sherri Tenpenny reveals hospital danger, doubles down on bioweapon genocide.

DeAnna Lorraine exposes details of Fauci, Klaus Schwab, and world billionaire global elites that want to exterminate you.

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The Economist Morning Briefing

The Economist

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Five

FOX News Radio

The Five 1-25-2022

The Five 1-25-2022

Hot Take

Critical Frequency

Big Oil Had a Bad Month (Which Means We Had a Good One)

In our S3 finale we talk about the very bad month Big Oil had in May, how much the climate story has changed in the past couple years, and what lies ahead as wildfire and hurricane season pick up, and pipeline protests rage on.

Axios Today

Axios & Pushkin Industries

A growing crisis for Haitian migrants in South Florida

In the last three months, the US coast guard has intercepted three boats, including one that had the largest group of migrants to land on the shores of the Florida Keys in more than two years.
Plus, concerns over China’s influence on Olympics coverage.
Guests: The Miami Herald's Jacqueline Charles, Tessa Petit, co-executive director of the Florida Immigrant Coalition, immigration attorney Frandley Julien, and Axios' Sara Fischer.
Credits: Axios Today is produced in partnership with Pushkin Industries. The team includes Niala Boodhoo, Sara Kehaulani Goo, Julia Redpath, Alexandra Botti, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Sabeena Singhani, Lydia McMullen-Laird, and Alex Sugiura. Music is composed by Evan Viola. You can reach us at You can text questions, comments and story ideas to Niala as a text or voice memo to 202-918-4893.
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Bloomberg Businessweek


Fed Looks at Possible U.S. Digital-Coin

Dr. Ian Lustbader, Clinical Professor of Medicine at NYU Langone, discusses the omicron variant mutation BA.2. Bloomberg News Finance Reporter Hannah Levitt reports on Wall Street being briefed by the White House on possible Russia sanctions. Bloomberg Businessweek Editor Joel Weber and Bloomberg News Financial Investigations Reporter Zeke Faux talk about Zeke's Businessweek Magazine story Celsius’s 18% Yields on Crypto Are Tempting and Drawing Scrutiny. Dorothy Giobbe, Of Counsel at Jones Day, shares her insight on the Fed considering a possible central bank digital currency. And we Drive to the Close with Dave Donabedian, CIO of CIBC Private Wealth Management.
Hosts: Carol Massar and Tim Stenovec. Producer: Paul Brennan.
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Why Is This Happening? The Chris Hayes Podcast

Chris Hayes, MSNBC & NBCNews THINK

‘The Loneliest Americans’ with Jay Caspian Kang

The Hart-Celler Immigration Act of 1965 lifted a century of restrictions against Asian immigration to the United States. And while not necessarily appreciated at the time, it inaugurated a sea change in American society, setting the nation on the course towards multicultural democracy. Asian Americans now represent the fastest growing demographic group in the country, and yet the category itself feels insufficient for the sheer scope of experiences, backgrounds and cultures it encompasses. What exactly does it mean to be Asian American at this moment? What does it mean for an America whose central axis of political conflict seems to hover over the color line? New York Times opinion writer Jay Caspian Kang probes these questions in his new book, “The Loneliest Americans.” The podcaster and son of Korean immigrants joins to talk about assimilation amidst a wave anti-Asian violence, increasing wealth gaps, limited representation

The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell

Lawrence O'Donnell, MSNBC

Drawing upon his experience as a former chief of staff on the Senate Finance Committee and as an Emmy-winning executive producer and writer of ‘The West Wing,’ Lawrence O’Donnell examines the compelling and impactful political stories of the day. Join him every weeknight.

Hold These Truths with Dan Crenshaw

Dan Crenshaw

The Feminist Pro-Life Argument | Marjorie Dannenfelser

As thousands of pro-life activists journey to Washington, D.C. this week, we talked with one of the most effective advocates for pro-life policies and initiatives in the history of the movement, Susan B. Anthony List president Marjorie Dannenfelser. Marjorie talks about how she went from being pro-choice to pro-life, the feminist argument for protecting the unborn, meaningful changes to adoption and workforce policies to ease the challenges of unexpected pregnancies, and the political game plan for pro-life advocates if the Supreme Court overturns Roe vs Wade. Marjorie Dannenfelser is president of Susan B. Anthony List and the author of “Life is Winning: Inside the Fight for Unborn Children and Their Mothers.” Follow Marjorie on Twitter at @marjoriesba.

First Thing with Kevin Manno

Kevin Manno

Get informed. Quickly. First Thing with Kevin Manno is a brand new, daily podcast. Every morning, Kevin will distill all of the important headlines and trends into an easily digestible, 10 minute show.


Shannon McNamara

Episode 12: Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell blind items

Ready for a 101 on Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell? Today I cover not only the history of Jeffrey Epstein, how his trafficking ring worked, and his relationship with Ghislaine Maxwell, but also the blind items around this pair and the celebrities involved. Think only Bill Clinton, Donald Trump, and Prince Andrew were connected? I'll talk about the connections of this pedo pair to Elon Musk, Naomi Campbell, Kevin Spacey, Bill Gates and more...buckle up and be warned!

KCRW's Left, Right & Center


Left, Right & Center is KCRW’s weekly civilized yet provocative confrontation over politics, policy and pop culture.

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

Salem Podcast Network

Best-selling author and documentarian Dinesh D'Souza provides enlightened conversations about politics, history, philosophy, literature, and much more.

Verdict with Ted Cruz


Ep. 105 - Mmm, Ted Cruz

If we’ve learned anything from AOC, it’s that if your critics hate you, they just want to date you. The Babylon Bee apparently had the same thing in mind when they wrote about Senator Ted Cruz’s sexually frustrated critics in a now-viral satire story. In more serious news, the White House is forced to respond to Verdict from the briefing room podium, Democrats flip-flop hard on COVID, and the verdict is in for Elizabeth Holmes at the conclusion of a sensational trial. Plus, is a Verdict swimsuit calendar in the cards?
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Squawk on the Street


The Nasdaq Correction, SEC Chair Gensler’s Message on Regulating Crypto, Omicron Effect on Airline Earnings and Bookings, and Capitalizing on the Energy Rally

Carl Quintanilla, Jim Cramer and David Faber explored markets trying to rebound amid the recent tech sector slump: Nasdaq in correction territory – down 10% from its highs – and entering the session down more than 8% since the beginning of the month. SEC Chair Gary Gensler says to expect increased regulatory scrutiny of cryptocurrency trading platforms. The anchors reacted to what Gensler told Jim Cramer on CNBC when it comes to Dogecoin. Airline earnings from American and Delta also in the spotlight – as well as what the carriers’ CEOs told CNBC about the omicron variant’s impact on bookings. Also in focus: The energy sector rally and ESG, meme stock moves and Ford vs. Tesla.

Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now!

Democracy Now! 2022-01-07 Friday

President Biden marks the anniversary of the January 6 insurrection with a speech denouncing the violence at the U.S. Capitol; An ER doctor from the frontlines of the record number of COVID-19 cases exacerbated by the Omicron variant; Protests in Sudan against the military coup result in at least three dead as troops fire tear gas into the crowd of protesters.

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NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt

Lester Holt, NBC News

Thursday, January 27, 2022

President Biden honors Supreme Court Justice Breyer, vows to nominate Black woman, United Airlines opens flight academy to address pilot shortage, and Holocaust Remembrance Day recognized amid era of misinformation.

The Michael Savage Show

Michael Savage

No Blood for Gas: Biden's Ukraine/Russia Tragedy

As the world watches, America hangs on a precipice. Facing threats from within and without, desperately in need of true leadership. Instead, her leaders are weak, corrupt globalists who choose to relinquish her borders, shame her patriots, and put her at risk. Savage is joined by Breitbart's Joshua Klein to discuss how to save America from the threat within and avoid catastrophe in Ukraine.
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The Al Franken Podcast

District Productive

Former U.S. Attorney Joyce Vance Discusses Trump's Myriad Civil & Criminal Vulnerabilities

Federal Pridon? Rikers? NY State Prison? Georgia State Prison? Perjury?See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Dutton Rules: A Yellowstone 1883 Podcast

Taste of Country

A nerd and a novice break down Season 1 of 1883. Taste of Country’s Billy Dukes + Adison Haager pick apart the new Tim McGraw, Faith Hill series and draw ties to the modern-day Yellowstone family. Join the conversation:



S6, The State v. Jason Carroll - Addendum 8

December 2, 2021 / We're back this week with Sarah Cailean as a guest again, along with Rabia Chaudry and host, Kevin Flynn.

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How Taxes Keep American Wealth White

Building wealth has never been easy, and the racial wealth gap makes that obvious. As recently as 2016, the median wealth of a white household was $171,000 dollars. That's eight times the median $20,600 of Hispanic households. For Black households? Just $17,000, according to Pew Research Center. So what needs to change? And what should people keep in mind as they try to build wealth for future generations? Want to support 1A? Give to your local public radio station and subscribe to this podcast. Have questions? Find us on Twitter @1A.

The Jesse Kelly Show


Critical Need

Almost a year in, and things don't look like they're going well for the country and the Biden Administration. The communist creates in his mind the world he wants to exist. Epstein loved to go to the White House. Taco or burrito? Left lane antics. Finally getting a bear cape. The National Divorce is going to happen. What's the best way to do it?
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The Pour Over

The Pour Over

Stay informed while remaining focused on Christ with The Pour Over. New episodes every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.

Conservative Review with Daniel Horowitz

Blaze Podcast Network

Justice and the Rule of Law in America Are Dead | Guest: Christina Dages | 1/14/22

Facts and the rule of law don’t matter. You can get accused of spreading a virus simply because you don’t do what the government says. Today, I explain why the Supreme Court’s decision was appalling and what states must do about it. Later on, I discuss how criminal justice has become 100% about race rather than due process and equality under the law. I’m joined by Christina Dages, wife of La Mesa, California, police officer Matthew Dages, who was criminally charged simply for doing his job. He still has not gotten his job back because the city officials are run by the BLM mob.  
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PBS NewsHour - Full Show

PBS NewsHour

January 28, 2022 - PBS NewsHour full episode

Friday on the NewsHour, Russia says it won't start a war in Ukraine but warns Western powers against ignoring its interests. Then, Texas' restrictive new voting law sparks confusion, forcing election officials to reject hundreds of applications for mail-in ballots. And, David Brooks and Jonathan Capehart consider the legacy of Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer and what his retirement may mean. PBS NewsHour is supported by -

Anderson Cooper 360


President Biden Defends First Year Record in News Conference Marking His First Year in Office

President Biden held a news conference to mark his first year in office and touted his administration’s vaccination efforts but admitted it’s been “a year of challenges.” The President acknowledged that the current voting rights legislation likely won’t pass but said “we’ve not run out of options yet and we’ll see how this moves.” Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar tells Anderson Cooper the bill is “needed right now with all of the suppression laws that are being passed across the country that will greatly hurt voters and make it hard for them to vote.” 

Plus, the Supreme Court cleared the way for the House committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol to get Trump White House records that could shed light on the attempt to overturn the election. CNN’s Chief Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin joins AC360 to discuss the court’s decision and says “it’s an extraordinary r


NBC News

Beyond the Bubble

Five months after the high-stakes local election in Southlake, the city is gearing up for yet another contentious vote. One of the school board members who supported the diversity plan, retired Air Force Col. Dave Almand, is stepping down, and the battle over diversity programs is at the center of the fight to replace him. But he’s far from the only leader to leave a role in public schools this year following attacks from parents opposed to what they see as the quiet creep critical race theory. For this special bonus episode, we sit down with a panel of four educators from across the country who’ve come under fire, including James Whitfield, the first Black principal at a high school a town over from Southlake, whose school board has begun a formal process that could lead to his termination. The educators discuss how the anti-CRT movement is driving them out of their careers—and away from their students.



TODAY 3rd Hour: Snow day home hacks. Lauren Ambrose and Rupert Grint on “Servant.” Catching up with “The Miz.”

At Home TODAY with Jill Martin — tips on making the most of a snow day and do’s and don’ts for a perfect date night. Plus, Lauren Ambrose and Rupert Grint are chatting about playing siblings in the psychological thriller “Servant.” And, catching up with “The Miz” — all about the Royal Rumble.

Brian Kilmeade Show

FOX News Radio

Southern Border at Breaking Point as Crime Surges in American Cities

[00:00:00] Brian's BIG 3

[00:12:28] Dr. Marc Siegel

[00:18:12] Carley Shimkus

[00:31:21] More to Know

[00:36:31] Ian Bremmer

[01:01:24] Marc Thiessen

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[01:31:11] Geraldo Rivera

Bad Bets

The Wall Street Journal

Enron, Ep 8: Vigilance and Skepticism

Enron was a giant, and its collapse was historic. The company's downfall disrupted energy markets, pushing other power companies into bankruptcy. It prompted hearings by nearly a dozen congressional committees, and it inspired major legislation-the Sarbanes-Oxley Act-to improve the conduct of corporations and their watchdogs. But were the changes enough to prevent a similar scandal? Could there be another Enron debacle looming?
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The Weeds


What happens to voting rights now?

Dylan Matthews and Jerusalem Demsas talk with Emily Rong Zhang, a PhD candidate in political science at Stanford and a former Skadden Fellow at the ACLU’s Voting Rights Project, about the recent attempts in Congress to pass voting rights legislation. And, a white paper about voter ID laws, written by Emily herself!


Recapping Congress’s failed voting rights push

Why some Dem strategists were skeptical of the effort

The case for fixing the Electoral Count Act

What happens after the voting rights fights

White Paper: “What the Debate over Voter ID Laws' Effects Teaches about Asking the Right Questions”

Dylan Matthews (@dylanmatt), senior correspondent, Vox
Jerusalem Demsas (@jerusalemdemsas), policy reporter, Vox

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World News Tonight with David Muir

ABC News

Full Episode: Saturday, January 22, 2022

One NYPD officer was shot and killed, and another critically wounded, when responding to a domestic disturbance call Friday. Authorities are investigating how the 47-year-old male shooter acquired a gun stolen in 2017; The State Department is preparing to approve the evacuation of some American diplomats and their families from Ukraine, as the security situation there deteriorates.Americans are facing economic pressures on multiple fronts, as Wall Street records its worst start to a year since 2016.

Words To Win By

Wonder Media Network

Buena Política - La República Dominicana

En el 2020, un grupo tenaz de organizadores y activistas veteranos propulsaron a José Horacio Rodríguez desde la oscuridad hasta ganar un escaño en el Congreso, con más votos que ningún otro candidato de su circunscripción en el distrito central en la República Dominicana. Combatiendo partidos arraigados en un sistema corrupto de recibir pago para jugar a la política, la campaña de José Horacio desencadenó el poder de lo positivo bajo el título ‘Buena Política’.Aprende mas sobre el podcast en WordsToWinBy-Pod.comSigue Anat en TwitterSigue Wonder Media NetworkWebsiteInstagramTwitter


BBC World Service

Ukraine: US sends response to Russian demands

The United States and NATO have told Russia they will not bow to its security demands on Ukraine and eastern Europe. The US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, said America would defend what he called the "core principles" of Ukraine's sovereignty. He said he has laid out a "principled and pragmatic" evaluation of Russia's concerns over Ukraine and NATO's forces in former eastern bloc countries. Mr Blinken said the ball was now in Russia's court.

Also in the programme: the latest on another turbulent day in UK politics, as Prime Minister Boris Johnson awaits a report into alleged parties held at Downing Street; and we hear how 224 new species have been discovered in the greater Mekong region.

(Photo: Journalists raise their hands as U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken speaks about Russia and Ukraine during a briefing at the State Department in Washington. Brendan Smialowski/Pool via Re

The 11th Hour


Special Preview: New MSNBC Podcast

MSNBC anchor Ayman Mohyeldin gives a special preview of “American Radical,” MSNBC’s newest podcast, which he hosts. In this five-part original series, Ayman explores the story of Rosanne Boyland, a woman from his own hometown who became a foot soldier in one of the most dangerous movements in America and died at the Capitol on January 6th. Listen to the first episode and follow or subscribe to the series:

WSJ Opinion: Potomac Watch

Paul Gigot, The Wall Street Journal

Who Could Be Joe Biden's Supreme Court Nominee?

With Joe Biden reaffirming his campaign pledge to nominate a black woman to the Supreme Court, the panel takes a look at who could be up for the nomination, and what the confirmation process might look like. Plus, a scandal involving "lockdown parties" has put Boris Johnson's job as Prime Minister in jeopardy, but that's not the only reason he's in trouble.
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60 Minutes

CBS News Radio

60 Minutes 1/23

On this week's "60 Minutes," Jon Wertheim's 's two-part segment on the investigation into who betrayed Anne Frank and her family by revealing their hiding place to the Nazis. in 2016, a team of investigators, led by a veteran FBI agent, decided to bring modern crime-solving techniques and technology to this case. And now, they believe they have an answer. Country music star Chris Stapleton on his life and career has collaborated with some of music's biggest names and won five Grammy Awards, but as he tells Sharyn Alfonsi, stardom has never seemed to be the goal for him. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

She‘s All Bach


Go behind the memes with Stefanie Parker (@shesallbach) and Jackie Maroney (@jackiemaroney_) as they air out The Bachelor franchise‘s dirtiest laundry — real life encounters, social media drama, interviews with alumni, and so much more.

The Buck Sexton Show

Premiere Networks

School Mask Mandates Are Child Abuse

In Virginia, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere, the school mask mandate is the frontline of the fight for freedom. The libs are going to pull back some COVID restrictions this spring- but not all- so they can claim victory in advance of the midterms- and then bring back all the restrictions they want next winter. Fauci is saying that we can’t get back to normal until we “control” the virus, which just shows what a maniacal fraud he is. Monoclonal antibodies are shot down by the FDA, and Fauci says they are too risky? Plus Russia hasn’t invaded Ukraine- yet. 

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Laura Shin

Why a Coinbase Listing May Not Be a Good Thing for a Token - Ep.311

Fais Khan, author of the Startups and Econ newsletter, dives into his recently published research report, "You Don't Own Web3": A Coinbase Curse and How VCs Sell Crypto to Retail. Show highlights: whether tokens perform better before or after being listed on Coinbase what relationship a16z, a venture capital firm, has to Coinbase why Fais believes that the poor performance of VC-backed tokens after being listed could be the result of insiders dumping other reasons for a token’s poor performance after being listed on Coinbase besides insiders dumping what type of coin/token went up 1,800% in 2020 why Fais is suspicious of how quickly certain VC-backed tokens were listed on Coinbase whether Fais believes Coinbase or a16z is actually doing something nefarious  what sort of regulatory actions he believes would improve crypto what advice Fais has for token investors Thank you to our sponsors! Crypto.c

FT News Briefing

Financial Times

Russian gas projects face sanctions

Apple posted record revenue of $123.9bn in the holiday quarter, and investors had a tough time gauging the Federal Reserve’s hawkish tone, the UK’s new information watchdog says he wants the country to take the lead on holding Big Tech to account in a post-Brexit Britain free of cumbersome European data rules.Plus, the FT’s European diplomatic correspondent, Henry Foy, reports that western countries are threatening Russia with new sanctions if it invades Ukraine. Subscribe to the FT News Briefing on Apple Podcasts or SpotifyMentioned in this podcast:Apple’s holiday quarter revenue hits record despite supply chain worriesEU and UK plan sanctions on new Russian gas projects if Ukraine attacked‘No more Mr Nice Guy’: Fed chair signals tougher stance on inflationUK seeks leadership role in global privacy, says new watchdog headThe FT News Briefing is produced by Fiona Symon and Marc Filippino. The show’s editor is Jess Smith. Addition

Politics War Room with James Carville & Al Hunt


115: Remembering Pearl Harbor with Craig Symonds

A week out from the upcoming 80th anniversary of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, James and Al are joined by U.S. Naval Academy Professor and author of “World War 2 At Sea” to examine the opening phases of the Pacific War.  They look at what our leaders knew at the time, how they responded to the attack, and how we bounced back to win the war. 

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Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

Precious Lee, Louisa Jacobson & Damon Albarn?

On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we banter about the recently announced cast of Celebrity Big Brother before playing comments from our many experts and calls about a Vogue cover model (Precious Lee), a secret Gummer (Louisa Jacobson), the status of the Becky G Curse (ended), a BIG fuck up (Damon Albarn's), the Who/Them status a Curb Your Enthusiasm star (JB Smoove), the truth about a famously rude nepotism beneficiary (Dakota Johnson), and more!
Call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments & concerns, and we may play your call on a future episode. Support us and get a ton of bonus content over on and come see us on the final dates of our tour! Tickets at
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The ReidOut with Joy Reid

Joy Reid, MSNBC

Art Spiegelman talks his graphic novel "Maus" on the horrors of The Holocaust being banned

Dennis Prager Podcasts

Salem Podcast Network

The Dennis Prager Show 20211206 -1 New York, New York

NYC mayor Bill Di Blasio declares a vaccine mandate for those in the private sector. How this is legal and how this would be enforced are not questions the mayor addressed… There is a crime wave that is sweeping across every big city in America. How did it happen? We know the answer.

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On the Media

WNYC Studios

Debate This!

Earlier this month, Ronna McDaniel, Chairwoman of the Republican National Committee, wrote a letter to the Commission on Presidential Debates—the independent, bipartisan organization that has convened general election debates since the 1980's. In her letter, McDaniel said that the RNC would boycott the presidential debates during the upcoming election cycle. That is – unless the commission was willing to meet its demands. The move is the latest refusal by Republicans to meet political norms. And it also poses the question: What – if anything – would be lost if the presidential debates didn’t happen? Brooke spoke to Alex Shephard, staff writer at The New Republic who's article on the subject was titled: “Let the Presidential Debates Die.”

WSJ Minute Briefing

The Wall Street Journal

U.S. Jobless Claims Rose Sharply to 286,000 Last Week

Plus: U.S. home sales reached a 15-year high of 6.1 million last year. CIA says Havana Syndrome unlikely caused by Russia or other U.S. foes. J.R. Whalen reports.
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The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg

The Dispatch

Drive-Time Ruminant 9: Immigration Breakdown

We’ll do it live! 2022’s first drive-time Remnant is here, and it’s predictably lacking in substance. With Guy and Ryan currently starring in their own production of The Odd Couple, Jonah invites them both into The Dispatch studio for a freewheeling discussion of vocabulary, D.C. geography, and movies ranging from The French Dispatch to Howard the Duck. There’s also plenty of serious punditry mixed in on America’s nightmarish immigration process, the awfulness of Biden’s Georgia speech, and the difficulty of finding purpose in modern society. Tune in and be led to glory!Show Notes:- Bill Buckley on the art of big words- Advisory Opinions on the Supreme Court’s vaccine mandate dismissal- Make my funk the P-Funk- Bill Oakley’s fast food reviews- The Remnant with Ross Douthat, featuring generous Don’t Look Up criticism- The Remnant with Ryan Bourne- “It’s not a comedy”- Spider-Man: No Way Home reviewed in The Dispatch- Howard the Duc

Fairy Meadow

BBC Radio 4

2. A Ransom Note

The Grimmer family are thousands of miles from home, and the Fairy Meadow migrant hostel is a lonely place in the days after Cheryl's disappearance. Then a note arrives from someone claiming to be the kidnapper. There's a rendezvous and a demand for cash...

BBC News Correspondent Jon Kay continues his investigation into the abduction of 3 year old Cheryl Grimmer from a beach in New South Wales, Australia in 1970.

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John Solomon Reports

John Solomon

Illinois GOP governor candidate: ‘People in politics that have no business experience, have no business being there’

Gary Rabine, Illinois GOP Gubernatorial Candidate and ‘job creator’, discusses his run for governor and how he is running on fixing Illinois businesses so ‘others can have the same opportunity for American dream’ as he did. Rabine says that small-businesses owners have a natural ability to carry over into politics because of their ‘business experience’, which helps them to know policies which ‘grow businesses’, and which policies are part of a ‘regulatory environment that inhibits our ability to grow businesses’, saying that ‘people in politics that have no business experience, have no business being there’, because ‘they're handing down regulations that kill jobs in their states or their communities.’See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

The Dispatch Podcast

The Dispatch

Rep. Newhouse on Voting Rights Push

Rep. Dan Newhouse, one of the 10 House Republicans to impeach Trump, joins Sarah and Steve on today’s podcast. They discuss why he is against Biden’s new voting rights legislation and how much influence the federal government should have over elections. Plus, the congressman talks about his view of the filibuster, and the rightward shift of rural America. Show Notes:-Rep. Newhouse's statement against new voting rights legislation

Skimm This


Get It Together: Senate Filibuster, US-Russia, and Your Paycheck

First up: We’ve got the latest on how hospitals are coping with Omicron cases amid a staffing shortage, rising inflation (again), the latest scandal to hit top US universities, and Prince Andrew getting thrown some royal shade. 
Then: The US and Russia are squaring off again – and these talks are giving people some major Cold War vibes. We’ll ask one expert why things are so tense right now, and why Putin’s got Team Biden running in circles. 
ICYMI: Djokovic might be warming up for the Australian open, but immigration officials still haven’t decided if he should even be in the country. We’ll bring you up to date on the twists and turns of Djokovic’s Australian visa drama.
Next: The debate over the filibuster is back and if you forgot exactly what the filibuster even is…you’re not alone. We’ll run through a quick definition, and break down both sides of the spicy debate over changing it. 

Commentary Magazine Podcast


A Democratic Disaster: Baked in the Cake?

We're back live and on topic, and the topic is the weird shift in tone among the COVID hawks over the past week and how it may be a reflection of just how badly they think they're doing in the public's eyes—and just how badly Democrats are going to do in November. Give a listen.

Money Talks from The Economist

The Economist

Money Talks: The energy weapon

What happens if Vladimir Putin invades Ukraine again, the West hits Russia with sanctions, and Mr Putin retaliates by shutting down supply of Russian gas? The Economist’s global energy & climate innovation editor Vijay Vaitheeswaran explores how this would rock energy markets from American shale oil to Chinese imports of LNG. What are the lessons from the last time Russia turned off the taps and how could Europe, already facing record prices, wean itself off its dependency?With Thane Gustafson, professor of energy policy at Georgetown University and author of “Klimat: Russia in the Age of Climate Change”; Amy Myers Jaffe, director of the climate policy lab at Tufts University and author of “Energy’s Digital Future”; and Daniel Yergin, vice president of IHS Markit and author of “The New Map: Energy, Climate, and the Clash of Nations”.Sign up for our new weekly newsletter dissecting the big themes in markets, business and the economy at

Church News

Church News

Three senior Apostles reflect on returning to their missionary roots in the British Isles

Three senior Apostles of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints — President M. Russell Ballard, Elder Jeffrey R. Holland and Elder Quentin L. Cook — traveled to England and Scotland in October 2021 to address both Church members and missionaries. The trip marked a “coming home” for the trio of Church leaders as each had served missions in the British Isles. President Ballard first arrived in Great Britain as a young missionary in 1948, just three years after the end of World War II. Elder Cook arrived in England in September 1960, followed by Elder Holland in October of the same year; they would serve together as companions in summer 1962. Sister Patricia Holland and Sister Mary Cook accompanied their husbands on the trip. This episode of the Church News podcast features highlights of this historic moment in time, shared by the leaders’ own words, reflecting on how the area, pe

What Next | Daily News and Analysis

Slate Podcasts

Best of 2021 | When Your Town Burns Down

We’re re-running some of our favorite episodes from the past year. This episode originally aired in August 2021.

Last week, the northern California mountain town of Greenville was wiped out by the Dixie Fire, which lasted for two months and is now the second largest wildfire in California history. As Greenville residents assess the damage to their homes and businesses, is it safe to rebuild? Is it even ethical, when wildfires are expected to only get worse?  

Guest: Margaret Garcia, also known as Meg Upton, reporter at Plumas News. 

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Intelligence Matters

CBS News Radio

Dealing with the Taliban: Former Afghanistan Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad

In this episode of Intelligence Matters, host Michael Morell speaks with Zalmay Khalilzad, former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. under President George W. Bush and Special Representative for Afghanistan Reconciliation from September 2018 to October 2021. Khalilzad and Morell discuss the history of U.S. engagement in Afghanistan, including in the period during the withdrawal of Soviet forces in 1989, after 9/11, and today. Khalilzad offers new details about the deal his team brokered with the Taliban in 2020 - including the contents of two still-secret annexes - and explains why he believes diplomatic engagement with the Taliban should continue. Khalilzad also reflects on the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan as well as his own role as lead negotiator under Presidents Trump and Biden. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.c

Pat Gray Unleashed

Blaze Podcast Network

You’re Just Gonna Have to Live with It | More On Trivia: Green Bay vs. San Francisco | 1/21/22

Meat Loaf dead at 74. M&M’s mascots are updated to make sure to keep up with the times! A couple of guests on Dr. Phil can’t seem to define what a woman is. A new January 6 movie to be produced. The NFL tops the TV ratings. Preview of the Winter Olympics. Segregating the unvaxxed. COVID burning through Israel despite vaccination rate. A truck driver makes a small fortune after owning his truck for just a year. Athletes all around the world have collapsed over the last year for unexplained reasons. Students at one of the most prestigious business schools think that $800,000 a year is a normal salary for the American family?
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Waddle & Silvy

ESPN Chicago

1/19 3 PM: Jeff Van Gundy

Jeff Van Gundy talks Bulls with the guys. What's going on with Nikola Vucevic? They also go inside Waddle's World.

Ghost Train

Colorado Public Radio

Ghost Train is a unique podcast miniseries from Colorado Public Radio about the people with a vision for a greener transportation system in Colorado, the challenges that kept much of that plan from becoming successful and the ideas that might help the region move forward.

The New Yorker: Politics and More

WNYC Studios and The New Yorker

Does America Still Trust the Supreme Court?

Supreme Court Justices often portray themselves as beyond the reach of partisan politics, but it’s increasingly hard to make that argument: recall the fights over the nominations of Merrick Garland and Brett Kavanaugh, and recent rulings in cases involving abortion access and vaccine mandates. Justice Stephen Breyer’s decision to retire this year is itself a political move, and the Biden Administration is preparing for strong Republican resistance to whomever the President nominates. Jane Mayer, The New Yorker’s chief Washington correspondent, wrote recently about Justice Clarence Thomas’s wife, Virginia Thomas, who is deeply involved in right-wing groups and causes that have had, or will likely have, business before the Court. Mayer joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss Ginni Thomas’s career and the dwindling public trust in the impartiality of the Court.

On Point


Making sense of the COVID pandemic's omicron phase

You've heard the headlines about record-breaking omicron cases. But are case number the wrong way to look at COVID? We learn how to make sense of the pandemic, now. Dr. Paul Checchia and Dr. Richard Lessells join Meghna Chakrabarti.

The Tom Woods Show

Tom Woods

Ep. 2043 Biden Set to Make Cars Much Worse

We've been spending so much time focused on the virus madness that we may have missed some of the less dramatic insanity of the Biden world. Case in point: mandates on cars that will have a dramatic and deleterious effect on the automobile market. Libertarian car expert Eric Peters joins us to discuss this and other issues, including how to buy a used car on a budget.

The Teacher's Pet

The Australian

Lyn and Chris Dawson appear to have the perfect marriage. He's a star footballer and popular high school teacher. She's a devoted wife and mother. They share a beautiful home above Sydney's northern beaches. But when Lyn goes missing, dark secrets are buried. This is no fairytale, but a sordid story of strangely close twin brothers, teenage student lovers, and probable murder. The Australian's Hedley Thomas digs deep into a cold case which has been unsolved for 36 years, uncovering startling new evidence.

The Lost Debate

Lost Debate

Ep 9 | China Censorship, Hidden Costs of Green Tech, Frustrated Youth, Libertarian Liz

Ravi and Cory discuss China’s crackdown on free speech in America [2:14], the hidden costs of green technology [10:14], a new poll of young people that shows deep frustrations with democracy [15:44], the origins of Omicron [22:01], and then Ravi interviews Liz Wolfe (“Libertarian Liz”) about mandates and media bias [25:11].

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CoinDesk Podcast Network

SOB: First Practices Aren’t Best Practices

On this episode of Speaking of Bitcoin, join hosts Adam B. Levine, Andreas M. Antonopoulos, Stephanie Murphy and Jonathan Mohan for a discussion about crypto cycles and consequences.This episode is sponsored by 2022 kicks into gear many of us are wondering what's in store for bitcoin and the broader crypto markets. Our lives, although our own, are driven by cycles which are often outside of our control. These cycles create the environment in which we each try to find happiness and success. But we can't see the cycles, at least not until they've come to pass and so we can't tell if this time is different until it's too late.-Nexo is a powerful, all-in-one crypto platform where you can securely store your crypto. Invest, borrow, exchange and earn up to 17% APR on Bitcoin and 20+ other top coins. Insured for $375M. Audited in real-time by Armanino. Rated excellent on Trustpilot. Get started today

TODAY with Hoda & Jenna


November 22: Dionne Warwick on new single “Nothing’s Impossible.” “Steals and Deals” holiday edition. Marcus Samuelsson’s herb-roasted turkey recipe.

Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager are chatting with Dionne Warwick — all about her new single, “Nothing’s Impossible,” Twitter and SNL. Plus, Jill Martin has a special holiday edition of “Steals and Deals.” Also, chef Marcus Samuelsson is showing us how to make his herb-roasted turkey for Thanksgiving.

Common Sense with Dan Carlin

Dan Carlin

Show 322 - Betting on Long Shots

After 20 years in Afghanistan the U.S. exits the country thus ending the longest war in American history. Are there any lessons to be learned?

The Lazarus Heist

BBC World Service

Update from Jean and Geoff

The Lazarus Heist will return in 2022. We have news for you about what’s coming next and a live show. #LazarusHeist

Battlegrounds: International Perspectives

Hoover Institution

Australia: Promoting Peace And Prosperity Across The Indo-Pacific And Beyond

In this episode of Battlegrounds, H.R. McMaster and Ambassador Joe Hockey discuss economic recovery from the pandemic, trade, the interconnected challenges of energy security and climate change, and the need to compete in the face of a coercive Chinese Communist Party.

H.R. McMaster in conversation with Ambassador Joe Hockey on Wednesday, December 1 at 9:00am PT.

Graham Allen’s Dear America Podcast

Graham Allen’s Dear America Podcast


Conservative politicians pictured with their families and guns, Hillary Clinton gives a speech that she was "supposed" to give if she won the presidency, and Fauci yet again wants to lock us down! CODE:Graham Text: Graham to 989898 (33:10)


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The Axe Files with David Axelrod

The Institute of Politics & CNN

Ep. 475 — Rt. Hon. Gordon Brown

The Rt. Hon. Gordon Brown grew up the son of a minister in an industrial Scottish town before ascending the ranks of Britain’s Labour Party to eventually serve as Prime Minister. Since leaving office, The Rt. Hon. Brown has focused on social justice, most recently speaking out on the shortfalls in the international response to Covid-19. He joined David to talk about his concerns over increased nationalism in Europe and around the globe, how he views the United States’ role in world affairs, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and how almost losing his eye sight led to a career in politics. 

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Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Willie Geist, Sunday TODAY

Mahershala Ali

Mahershala Ali has established himself as one of Hollywood’s best and most respected actors, winning two Academy Awards for his work in Moonlight and Green Book and just last month earning a Golden Globe nomination for the movie Swan Song. In this week’s Sunday Sitdown, Willie Geist gets together with the actor to talk about his moving performance in that new film and his journey from Oakland, California to the top of the A-list. 

Garage Logic

PodMN | Hubbard Radio

Weekly Scramble: Road trips, warm based drinks, and Mike's thought of the day!!

Weekly Scramble: Road trips, warm based drinks, and Mike's thought of the day!!

Fox News Radio Hourly Newscast

FOX News Radio

3PM EDT 12/06/2021 Newscast

Latest FOX News hourly newscast.

The John Batchelor Show

John Batchelor

#NewWorldReport: IMF rebukes Bukele, the Bitcoin maverick. Latin American Research Professor Evan Ellis, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute. @revanellis

Photo:   Dollars and metal bitcoins.

#NewWorldReport: IMF rebukes Bukele, the Bitcoin maverick. Latin American Research Professor Evan Ellis, U.S. Army War College Strategic Studies Institute. @revanellis

President Nayib Bukele made Bitcoin legal tender in El Salvador

You Are Here

Blaze Podcast Network

WTF: LA School Hosts LGBTQ Clubs For 4 YEAR OLDS! | Guests: Aaron Berg & Chrissie Mayr | 12/15/21

The Los Angeles Unified School District’s Office of Human Relations, Equity, and Diversity hosted a 10-week online club for LGBTQ elementary school students, dubbed the “Rainbow Club.” The group promoted “two-spirit sexuality” and taught intricate details of gender reassignment surgery to kids as young as 4 years old. It’s never too early to start indoctrinating children. A recently published Rolling Stone article says Gen Z kids are becoming furries at a rapid pace. One can only guess what this means for the future of the generation. We’re joined in-studio by Aaron Berg, comedian and host of the “In Hot Water” show on Compound Media, and Chrissie Mayr, comedian and host of the “Chrissie Mayr Podcast” and “Wet Spot.”

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Real Coffee with Scott Adams

Scott Adams

Episode 1584 Scott Adams: On the Plus Side, China is Finally Uniting Americans. And More News

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Why no hunt for Charlottesville marchers?
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The News & Why It Matters

Blaze Podcast Network

Ep 933 | Is NYC's New Mayor WORSE than de Blasio?

After almost two years, we're finally seeing the truth come out, as the CDC admits that the statistics of people dying from COVID have not been differentiated from those who died with COVID. Despite the constantly changing narrative, the new mayor of NYC, Eric Adams, is suggesting mandating vaccines for school children. Jan. 6 is still in the news, as Nancy Pelosi equates voting laws to "a continuation of January 6th." And our military is back in the headlines with the Navy's inclusion of new "woke" classes in its boot camp routine.

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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:

The Laura Ingraham Show

Laura Ingraham

Featuring Harmeet Dhillon and Gordon Chang

Americans' freedom of speech is under assault as Big Tech, the mainstream media, and the Democrat party collude to silence dissenting voices. Civil rights attorney Harmeet Dhillon joins Laura to discuss the future of the free exchange of ideas. Plus, Gordon Chang stops by to expose how China is exploiting the current unrest in America, and how they lended a helping hand to foment the chaos.

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The Lance Wallnau Show

Dr. Lance Wallnau

America's Prophetic War Cycle With Russia

What if Russia decides that the US is vulnerable? Since 2020 we've seen the disastrous military withdrawal from Afghanistan, the disproportionate amount of lobbying coming from the pharmaceutical industry, and the threat to our liberty of the military-industrial complex. We're talking about what's happening in Ukraine and at the US-Mexico border, plus two critical steps of the great awakening on today's broadcast!

The Editors

National Review

Episode 389: Taking the Economy for a Spin

Editors’ Picks:Rich: Charlie’s post "It’s Different When Ron DeSantis Does It: CNN Edition"Charlie: KDW “Democrats’ Legitimacy Gambit”Alexandra: Ramesh’s piece “Phony Abortion History Returns to the Supreme Court”Jim: MBD’s piece “America Unready” Light Items:Rich: Alabama-Georgia gameCharlie: Golf birthday partyAlexandra: St. Nicholas MartJim: Christmas partySponsors:QuipMasterworks

"YOUR WELCOME" with Michael Malice


Count Dankula - Episode #191

Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) is joined by YouTube sensation, and political activist, Count Dankula to talk about the current state of Scotland, political sensitivity, and Dankula’s recent run-ins with the law. The two also talk about vaccination policies and how they differ between countries (or do they?). 
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Today in Focus

The Guardian

Has China fallen into a Covid-zero trap?

From the beginning, China’s response to coronavirus has been to quash outbreaks with ultra-strict lockdowns. But has the Omicron variant left its leaders trapped in the wrong strategy?. Help support our independent journalism at

Firebrand with Matt Gaetz

Congressman Matt Gaetz

Episode 22: Global Domination (feat. Raheem Kassam) – Firebrand with Matt Gaetz

In today’s episode of Firebrand, Editor-in-Chief of Raheem J. Kassam joins Rep. Matt Gaetz to discuss globalism, tension over Russia and Ukraine, how Joe Biden has diminished America’s foreign policy, the state of UK politics in a post-Brexit world, and more! WATCH on Rumble:

Advisory Opinions

The Dispatch

The End of Roe and Casey?

It's an almost-all-Dobbs podcast, as David and Sarah discuss the oral argument that surprised the nation. Could Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey actually fall? David and Sarah talk about the court's decision-making process from here and the history of judge-flipping post-argument, and they identify the key moments in yesterday's argument. Also, they give their listeners a vital challenge--and if they can meet that challenge, then Advisory Opinions will be the indisputable flagship of the Dispatch podcast fleet. Listen to learn what the challenge is. Show Notes:-Dobbs v. Jackson oral argument transcript-Ginsburg’s remarks on Roe-David in The Atlantic: “How Roe Undermined Itself”-Washington Post: “Justice Kennedy’s Flip”

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast


CNNLOL: Fredo Whacked, Tapper Discovers China is Bad, Guests: Frances Martel, Adam Townsend

On today's Breitbart News Daily podcast - Fredo finally got whacked - figuratively speaking - from CNN. And Pres. Trump finally takes credit for his vaccines. Meanwhile, Republicans voted to fund vaccine mandates and resettle infinite refugees. Then, data shows that the crime wave ravaging Democrat-run areas is having a disproportionate effect on minorities - will Republicans capitalize on this and help Americans in the process? Probably not, but we can only hope. In Michigan, the Crumbley family - yes, the family - of the apparent school shooter gets indicted; Alex breaks it down and explains why he thinks it's a promising development. Breitbart News World Editor and BND fan-favorite, Frances Martel, joins to report on how professional tennis players are standing up to Communist China. Then, we analyze the sanctimonious Jake Tapper of CNN, who all of a sudden is lecturing people on h

The Beat with Ari Melber

Ari Melber, MSNBC

As GOP touts popular Biden spending, Fox News pretends it didn't happen

MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Friday, January 28, and reports on Biden's infrastructure plan, the Jan. 6 probe, the GOP's effort to ban books teaching about race and sexuality, and the coronavirus. "Succession" star Brian Cox joins. 

ABC News Update

ABC News

ABC News Update

The latest headlines from ABC News, refreshed hourly 24/7.

Here & Now


Study links abortion denial and poverty; Omission bias and vaccines

Chabeli Carrazana, a reporter for The 19th, talks about a study that found 72% of women who were denied access to abortion ended up living in poverty. And, human beings are not always good at assessing risk and making rational decisions. Professor Gretchen Chapman about omission bias and how we make decisions and weigh risks.

The Eric Metaxas Show

Salem Podcast Network

Julie Kelly (continued)

Julie Kelly, who exposes some of the false narratives being peddled by the committee supposedly investigating the events of January 6, 2021, continues her deep-dive into the Left and its association with Never Trumpers.


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The Documentary Podcast

BBC World Service

Hunting the darknet dealers

The high stakes cat and mouse game between police and darknet drug dealers. Police in the UK say they are finally turning the tide on drug dealers selling on the darknet – a secretive part of the internet which has been described as like “online shopping for drugs.”

The UK’s National Crime Agency says recent international takedowns of so called dark markets and arrests in multiple countries are a result of new techniques in cyber policing that is giving them the upper hand. However, BBC research suggests that police around the world have an uphill struggle on their hands as many dealers - known as vendors - have survived multiple market place collapses by operating across many different darknet sites.

The programme explores the major role played by UK dealers in the global business which is estimated to be worth more than a billion dollars a year. The BBC’s cyber reporter Joe Tidy and BBC data journalist Alison Benjamin jou

Fearless with Jason Whitlock

Blaze Podcast Network

Ep 126 | Woke NFL Ads WORSE Than Kaepernick Kneeling | Stetson Bennett Is the New 'Rudy'

The corporate media always makes the yearly NFL head coach search into a story about race. Looking at the best coaches of the past half-century, Whitlock breaks down the REAL qualities that make a successful football leader. Why is Vince Lombardi the coaching icon who stands the test of time? How does the NFL’s "Inspire Change" campaign typify values that damage both the league and the black community? “Fearless” contributor T.J. Moe examines the major players in the Georgia-Alabama championship, including Bryce Young, Jameson Williams, Nick Saban, and Kirby Smart. Uncle Jimmy explains why Georgia quarterback Stetson Bennett IV is a modern-day "Rudy" — the Notre Dame legend and walk-on hero. “Cut the Bull” host Shemeka Michelle brings the hammer down on rapper Jim Jones, who just admitted to French-kissing his mother when he was a kid. Plus, Delano Squires explains ho

Fareed Zakaria GPS


All-Star Panel On Russia & Ukraine, Afghanistan And How Long Boris Johnson Can Hold On

Fareed asks Richard Haass, David Miliband and Anne Applebaum about what Russia really wants with Ukraine. The panel also tackles the deepening humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan and the fate of Boris Johnson. Then, Rana Foroohar on rising inflation and what it might mean for the long-term global economy.

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No Compromise


A One-Man Propaganda Band

In Episode 6: A battle for the GOP in Idaho. Plus: "confrontational politics." What it is and how the Dorr brothers are popularizing it. And an unexpected update about the Dorr family.

The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times

Los Angeles Times

Kirsten Dunst on her new movie, family and mental health

Our sister podcast “The Envelope” — which does deep-dive interviews with movie and TV stars — just started a new season, so we’re giving you a taste.In this episode, Kirsten Dunst shares stories about growing up in Hollywood, why she decided to publicly address her mental health break, and the joyful — though sometimes awkward — moments of acting opposite her real-life partner, Jesse Plemons, in “The Power of the Dog.”More reading:‘Power of the Dog’ writer-director Jane Campion explains her enigmatic career choicesReview: ‘Power of the Dog’ reasserts Jane Campion’s mastery and reveals a new side of Benedict CumberbatchKodi Smit-McPhee walks us through that ‘Power of the Dog’ endingThe Envelope podcast homepage

The Ben Ferguson Podcast


60+ Police Officers Shot & Killed This Year as Ambush Attacks Skyrocket, just 2 years after Dems dehumanize & DE-FUND POLICE!

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Mad Dogs and Englishmen

National Review

National Review’s Charles C.W. Cooke and Kevin D. Williamson talk about whatever they feel like talking about this week.

The Newsmax Daily with Rob Carson


It Is Time To Say “NO!” (12/06/21)

Special guests Diamond & Silk join Rob to discuss the latest floundering attempts at lockdowns and mandates by corrupt politicians who's political aspirations are sadly spiraling down the toilet as America just says "No."
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The One w/ Greg Gutfeld

FOX News Radio

Does The Supreme Court Satisfy The Dems' Palate To Keep Kamala On The Ballot?

As seen on Gutfeld!, Co-host and FOX & Friends First Todd Piro, FOX Business Correspondent Susan Li, and Co-Hosts of the Tyrus And Timpf podcast Tyrus and Kat Timpf discuss Chris Cuomo's suspension from CNN.

Later, the panel discusses the possible nomination of Vice President Kamala Harris to the Supreme Court.

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Checks and Balance from The Economist

The Economist

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

Adaptive 3D is an innovative company that partnered with Desktop Metal and UT Dallas. Walter Voit discusses the innovation behind microarchitecture within material manufacturing and how partnerships in Richardson, Texas, have created a thriving innovation ecosystem. Innovating 3D Printing and University Research At Adaptive 3D, Walter focuses on using 3D printing to produce additive materials. […]

The Young Turks

TYT Network

"Mainstream Democrat"

Senate Democrats made the case for legislation to counter an onslaught of new voting restrictions around the country, but they failed to overcome a Republican blockade or unite their own members behind a change in filibuster rules to pass it. Texas' GOP attorney general told Steve Bannon on his podcast “we're done if anybody can vote” after a recent court ruling. President Joe Biden doesn't believe public opinion polls that show his popularity waning among voters who identify as politically independent. Biden also declined to say if the upcoming election would be fair and legitimate without voting rights reform. The FBI visited the Texas home of Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-TX) as part of a “court-authorized law enforcement activity.Hosts: Ana Kasparian, Cenk Uygur See for privacy and opt-out information.

The David Pakman Show

David Pakman

12/6/21: Drone War Scales Way Down, Republican COVID Deaths Scale Up

--On the Show: --Without much fanfare, President Joe Biden has scaled back the drone war to almost zero --White supremacists from the group Patriot Front, formerly Vanguard America, storm Washington DC over the weekend wearing masks and marching to "reclaim America" --Donald Trump Jr announces on Twitter that he trusts Joe Rogan more than Dr. Fauci, a statement emblematic of much of what is wrong with critical thinking in the United States --Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene bizarrely likens COVID to cancer when tweeting about COVID guidelines and protocols --The COVID death rate since May 2021 is now nearly three times higher in heavy Trump-voting counties compared to heavy Biden-voting counties --Conspiracy theorists seem confused about their own theories as they claim that both JFK and JFK Jr are actually still alive --Donald Trump puts out a barely intelligible statement containi

The View: Behind the Table

ABC News

‘Good Morning America’ Now Available as a Podcast

America's #1 morning show, 'Good Morning America,' is now available as a podcast! Take Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos, Michael Strahan, Ginger Zee and the rest of the 'GMA' team with you wherever you go: in the car, at the gym, or on your afternoon walk. Catch up on all the day's news, hear our exclusive interviews, and never miss out on our 'GMA' Deals & Steals!
Follow 'Good Morning America' on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Amazon Music, or wherever you're listening now!

Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments Media LLC

OA563: Microsoft, Activision, and Monopoly Law!

There was huge news in the gaming industry as Microsoft announced a deal to acquire Activision! You may remember Activision from such episodes as OA513: California v. Activision Blizzard, Inc in which we covered some of the disgusting sexist behavior that has landed the company in hot water. How does that affect this acquisition? Well, you might be surprised! Listen in! Links: 15 US Code § 1 - Trusts, etc, 15 US Code § 2 - Monopolizing trade a felony; penalty, MICROSOFT HALTS MERGER WITH INTUIT - The Washington Post, United States v. Microsoft Corp, United States v. Microsoft Corp., 97, US v. Microsoft, 253 F.3d 34 (2001)

The Will Cain Podcast

Fox News Podcasts

Calling It Like It Is Ft. Lawrence Jones

Story #1: Playing hurt in Mexico.
Story #2: AFC & NFC Championship Predictions.
Story #3: Families, fatherhood, and race Ft. the host of Lawrence Jones Cross Country, Lawrence Jones.

Tell Will why he is right…or wrong!

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The Tyrus and Timpf Podcast

FOX News Radio

Kat Timpf Breaks Her Own Rule

Kat singlehandedly prevents future world wars with her recent Instagram post.

Tyrus believes there should be a six-month waiting period before any name changes in a marriage.

Kat & Tyrus pester their producer for gossip about her wedding day.

Side Project: Tyrus and Kat discuss the possibility of starting a children's book.


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Public Health On Call

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

420 - “Dangerously Unprepared”: Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo on the Global Health Security Index’s Newest Findings

The Global Health Security Index, released by the Nuclear Threat Initiative and the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, looks at every country’s capacity to respond to emergencies like a pandemic. Dr. Jennifer Nuzzo returns to the podcast to talk with Dr. Josh Sharfstein about some takeaways from the 2021 report and what we’ve learned—and didn’t learn—from the pre-COVID-19 2019 report. They also talk about the report’s use as a tool for countries to shore up gaps in their ability to respond to future crises and why even the most prepared countries, like the US, still struggled with COVID-19 response.   

American Conservative University

American Conservative University

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Newt's World

Gingrich 360

Episode 359: Why We Need a Balanced Budget

When Newt Gingrich was Speaker of the House, they balanced the federal budget for four straight years, the only four consecutive years in your lifetime. And they did it knowingly, deliberately and with a strategic plan. He knows it can be done. Newt makes the case of why the federal budget needs to be balanced now.
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Which Black Lives Matter? (Glenn Loury & Heather Mac Donald)

Heather’s deep dive into African American literature ... The impact of George Floyd on violent crime rates ... Heather: Why doesn’t the mainstream media cover the violent deaths of black children? ... The difficulty of addressing black out-of-wedlock birth rates ... Who has the moral authority to advocate for traditional family structures? ... Heather: Giuliani was one of America’s greatest mayors ... Glenn: Lowering academic standards threatens the foundation of our civilization ... Looking for Black leadership ... Was the reaction to the crack epidemic a “moral panic”? ...

Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

Dr. McCullough Bombshell: Covid Outpatient Treatments Being Suppressed!

In a recent interview with the Epoch Times, Dr. Peter McCullough claimed that the US government is actively working to suppress any investigation of outpatient Covid treatments. As the Omicron variant appears to be infecting the vaccinated as well as the unvaccinated, the question increasingly being asked is why after two years are there no treatments? Also today, an insurance company CEO blows the whistle on a shocking increase in working-age deaths last year. Finally - a victory for Navy Seals suing for medical freedom.

Stu Does America

Blaze Podcast Network

Ep 423 | Are Gender Issues Destroying the World of Sports?

It can’t be easy to give athletes a fair playing field when any person can enter into any competition as any self-proclaimed gender. Is this issue going to ruin sports for us as we know it, or is there a logical and scientific way through it? Outkick’s Bobby Burack joins the program to discuss the outlet's exclusive story about UPenn swimmer Lia Thomas and the allegations that could blow the lid off the entire sport. And, reality continues to mirror fiction and "The Simpsons," as Joe Biden’s flailing administration turns to a new, wholesome savior: Tom Hanks.
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Deep Background with Noah Feldman

Pushkin Industries

How One Bank Shaped American Capitalism

Zachary Karabell, financial executive and historian, discusses his recent book Inside Money: Brown Brothers Harriman and the American Way of Power, outlining the formation of American capitalism told through the history of one often-overlooked bank. He explains how the evolution of trust in financial systems has shaped American capitalism today and informs where it could go in the future.
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Culture Gabfest

Slate Podcasts

We're All Going to F---ing Die

This week, author and co-host of Slate’s Working podcast, Isaac Butler fills in for Steve (pre-order Isaac's book!). First, the panel debates the merits of Adam McKay’s star-studded cautionary tale Don’t Look Up. Then, the panel is joined by film historian and journalist Mark Harris to outline the debt we owe to the late Sidney Poitier—a legend whom he speaks about in his book Pictures at a Revolution. Finally, the panel is joined by author and staff writer for the New Yorker, Kathryn Schulz, to discuss her new memoir Lost & Found.
In Slate Plus, the panel lists some reboots and remakes that they actually would like to see.
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Dana: David Ehrlich’s, chief film critic for Indiewire, video montage countdown of the best films of 2021, an annual tradition he’s been doing for several years.
Julia: The LEGO set “Flower Bouquet” (set #10280) which ingeniously replicates a bouquet u

Majority 54

Wonder Media Network

Trump Vs. DeSantis

Right before Sunday's football game, Ravi and Jason recorded in the same room for the first time since last summer! They discuss Sinema's censure, the feud between Trump and anti-vax republicans like DeSantis, and the cases being brought against Trump in New York. Send us a voicemail at 508-687-2589If you've listened for a while, you know that Ravi and Jason would be nothing without their Athletic Greens. See what all the hype is about when you go to and get a free year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your order. Join over 1 million people who have taken charge of their mental health. Visit out how Upstart can lower your monthly payments today. Visit Sakara is offering Majority 54 listeners 20% off their first order when they go to, or enter code MAJORITY54 at checkout.Jason is back with a new season and a new co-host, Ravi Gupta. Each week, th

Legal AF by MeidasTouch

Meidas Media Network

MasterClass LAF style—Kidnapping, entrapment, criminal cross and special grand juries

LegalAF x MeidasTouch, the top-rated weekend global news podcast covering US law and politics anchored by Ben Meiselas and Michael Popok, has launched a special weekly Wednesday short-form edition providing a piercing but entertaining look a few topics ripped from today’s headlines. The midweek pod is co-anchored by veteran prosecutor, policy analyst and defense counsel, Karen Friedman Agnifilo (“KFA”), and national trial attorney and strategist, Michael Popok (“Popok”). On this midweek episode, Popok and KFA tackle: (1) Last week’s SCOTUS decision in Hemphill v. New York making a criminal defendant’s cross-examination rights under the 6th Amendment’s “Confrontation Clause” more robust; (2) the plot to kidnap Michigan’s Governor Whitmer, the use of undercover agents and informants, and the entrapment defense; and (3) Fulton County, Georgia (Atlanta) DA Willis has a new and approved Special

Modern War Institute

Modern War Institute at West Point

The Modern War Institute podcast is the flagship podcast of the Modern War Institute at West Point. Featured guests include senior military and defense leaders, scholars, and others who discuss the most important issues related to modern conflict.

The Takeaway


The Radical Connections Between Art and Incarceration

Next month, New York City officials will vote on whether to give painter Faith Ringgold permission to move her painting “For the Women’s House” from Rikers Island to the Brooklyn Museum. When Ringgold visited the painting in 2019, she found that it was not being well maintained, and wasn’t even in view for most people being held at Rikers.
The Takeaway speaks with Nicole Fleetwood, inaugural James Weldon Johnson professor of media, culture, and communications at New York University and 2021 MacArthur Fellow, and Russell Craig, a painter based in New York City, about how art is made and displayed in prisons and jails in the U.S.

The Chad Prather Show

Blaze Podcast Network

Ep 551 | Unborn: Follow the Science

Who will defend the unborn? The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments for Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. Clarence Thomas asks, “What specifically is the right that we’re talking about?” Sonya Sotomayor responds to Mississippi Solicitor General Stewart that the idea of “life beginning” at a certain time is a religious issue. Why is the Left not following the “science”? Alec Baldwin is joining George Stephanopoulos to discuss the “Rust” shooting incident. Alec says, “I didn't pull the trigger” to George. Is Alec's story changing? A Los Angeles firefighter is being investigated after he pulled down his pants and wiped his butt with the blah blah mandate order. And Kenosha police released the bodycam footage of the NBC producer who followed the Rittenhouse jury. Will the MSM cover this?
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Amicus With Dahlia Lithwick | Law, justice, and the courts

Slate Podcasts

The Purported Right to Abortion

Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Mark Joseph Stern for an emergency reading of the jurisprudential tea leaves in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decisions regarding Texas’ abortion ban, under SB8. 
Podcast production by Sara Burningham.
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The Howie Carr Radio Network

Howie Carr

Chopped Chumps - 1.04.22

Enjoy some leftovers from today's show.

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

Salem Podcast Network

China's true power in Washington D.C. Peter Schweizer with Sebastian Gorka One on One

Sebastian talks to investigative journalist Peter Schweizer about his latest book "Red-Handed," which reveals many previously-unknown business deals between the Biden family and Chinese businesses

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Rough Translation


May We Have This Dance?

A jazz dance born in Harlem in the 1920s ends up in a tiny Swedish town. What happens when Black dancers try to bring the Lindy Hop home?

Krystal Kyle & Friends


Episode 57: Peter Goodman

Author and journalist Peter Goodman joins us to discuss the myth of heroism surrounding today's billionaires — and why it's a lie.

Todd N Tyler Radio Empire

Todd n Tyler

11/12 5-2 "Finding The Sound"

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