This Morning With Gordon Deal

Compass Media Networks

This Morning with Gordon Deal January 28, 2022

President Biden pledges to nominate black woman to Supreme Court, six law enforcement officers shot in major US cities in less than 48 hours, and a jerk-free guide to snow blowing.

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.

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

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!

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

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.

The World Today

ABC Radio

The World Today

The Federal Government is urging Australians to get their boosters as soon as they're eligible, as thousands of booster appointments go to waste.

ABC News Radio Specials

ABC News

Attack on the Capitol: One Year Later

On the anniversary of the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol, ABC News Radio takes an in-depth look at that consequential day in history and its aftermath. “Attack on the Capitol: One Year Later,” is anchored by ABC News Correspondent Aaron Katersky with reporting from ABC's White House Correspondent Karen Travers and Capitol Hill Correspondent Elizabeth Schulze, featuring interviews from ABC's David Muir with Capitol and Metropolitan police officers who are still carrying the physical and emotional scars of that day and a first-hand account of history from ABC's Martha Raddatz. 




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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.

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

The Investigation

ABC News

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. […]



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Global Insider


What is Putin thinking?

Are we facing Europe’s biggest war in 80 years? Are we panicking because
we don’t understand Ukraine and Russian President Vladimir Putin well
enough? What can we learn from the neighbors of Russia who have fended
off Moscow?

This week’s guest, Kadri Liik, is a Russia specialist and senior policy
fellow at the European Council on Foreign Relations. She takes us into
the mind of Putin and the Russian policy elite — to help us understand
what motivates them, and what threats or sanctions are most likely to
change their behavior.

Bannon's War Room

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

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. […]

Politics Weekly

The Guardian

Can the Republican party escape Trump? Politics Weekly Extra

This month, 13 House Republicans crossed party lines and voted in favour of Joe Biden’s infrastructure bill. This prompted anger from colleagues, voters and the former president Donald Trump. And the Republican leadership was slow to jump to their defence. Jonathan Freedland and Tara Setmayer discuss what this says about the direction for the party. Help support our independent journalism at

The Rachman Review

Financial Times

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. […]

Fox News Sunday Audio

Fox News Sunday Audio Podcast

1-9-2022 - Fox News Sunday Audio Podcast

1-9-2022 - Fox News Sunday Audio Podcast


L'édito politique

France Inter

Thomas Legrand, l'éditorialiste politique qui s'invite chaque matin à la table du petit déjeuner Rendez-vous sur l'application Radio France pour découvrir tous les autres épisodes.

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.

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.

GZERO World with Ian Bremmer


How the US Survives Deep Divisions: Fiona Hill and the Post-Jan 6 Fight for American Democracy

On the anniversary of the Capitol insurrection, America has only grown more divided. More Republicans than ever believe that the election was stolen. And that’s not just a domestic problem. It’s a national security threat. Ian Bremmer speaks with Fiona Hill, former senior director of the National Security Council who famously testified against her boss, former president Donald Trump, in his first impeachment trial. Hill, an expert on Russia and China, worries about the global implications of January 6.

Inside Europe | Deutsche Welle

DW.COM | Deutsche Welle

Inside Europe 13.01.2022

Tension builds on the Ukrainian-Russian border, car smashing provides release from COVID stress in the Netherlands, Greece's missing marbles and Serbians on Novak Djokovic. Also: Turkey's not-so “pious generation", life after Brexit, retreating Scottish snow patches and a violin made from the floorboards of legendary Antarctic explorer Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton.

The President's Inbox

Council on Foreign Relations

The U.S.-South Korea Alliance, With Mark Lippert

Ambassador Mark Lippert, vice chairman of the Halifax Forum and senior advisor for the Center for Strategic and International Studies Korea Chair, sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss U.S.-South Korean relations and the Biden administration’s broader Indo-Pacific strategy.


Polls Mentioned in the Podcast


Karl Friedhoff, “South Koreans See China as More Threat than Partner, But Not the Most Critical Threat Facing the Country,” Chicago Council, April 6, 2021


Hong Suk-ji, “Survey Results of South Korean Perception on the ROK-U.S. Alliance,” Korea Institute for Defense Analyses, November 2, 2021


Richard Wike et al., “What People Around the World Like–and Dislike–About American Society and Politics,” Pew Research Center, November 1, 2021


Statements Mentioned


“U.S.-ROK Leaders’ Joint St

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 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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Red Box Politics Podcast

The Times

Signed, Sealed, Delivered

Everyone is talking about letters of no confidence this week so Matt looks through letters which have shaped politics down the years, from campaigns to get prime ministers to change their policies, to Harold Wilson's letter to Daniel Finkelstein about watching the muppets. Daniel Finklestein, Dr Kit Kowol and Professor Richard Toye speak what we can learn from political letters.PLUS FORMEL: James Forsyth and Melanie Reid on the political tv drama we're in and train announcements. See for privacy and opt-out information.


ABC Radio

Morrison’s billion-dollar reef deal

Will a $1 billion commitment over the term of two future governments save the Great Barrier Reef from an existential threat?

We'll look at the science and speak with Labor’s Terri Butler and renegade Coalition Senator Gerard Rennick who can think of better ways to spend the money.

Just how risky is domestic air travel when it comes to catching COVID-19? Those with the means are skipping the terminal entirely, booking private charter planes instead.

The World Next Week

Council on Foreign Relations

Afghanistan’s Humanitarian Crisis, Diplomacy Intensifies Over Russia-Ukraine Conflict, and More

The humanitarian crisis deepens in Afghanistan, international diplomacy intensifies over Russian-Ukrainian tensions, and Myanmar marks one year since the military coup.


Articles Mentioned in the Podcast


“Afghanistan Food Security Update” [PDF], World Food Programme, December 8, 2021


Joshua Kurlantzick, “Myanmar Is a Failing State—and Could Be a Danger to Its Neighbors,”, September 16, 2021

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.


Hoover Institution

The Hot Seat—Replacing Justice Breyer on the Supreme Court

Richard Epstein reflects on Justice Breyer’s time on the Supreme Court and considers who should replace him—including Vice President Kamala Harris.

In The News

The Irish Times

The secrets to living a longer life

What can we do for ourselves to ensure that we live long, fulfilling, happy and fit lives? In this episode, Conor Pope speaks to Professor of Medical Gerontology at Trinity College, Rose Anne Kenny about the surprising and novel ways in which we can keep ourselves feeling younger.Age Proof: The New Science of Living a Longer and Healthier Life by Prof Rose Anne Kenny is published by Lagom.Produced by Suzanne Brennan See for privacy and opt-out information.

L'entretien de Sonia Mabrouk

Europe 1

Chaque matin, à 8h13, une personnalité au centre de l'actualité est l'invitée de Sonia Mabrouk. Un moment d'échanges et de vérité... sans concession ! Le vendredi, c'est Dimitri Pavlenko qui reçoit un invité au cœur de l'actu.

Fox Across America w/ Jimmy Failla

FOX News Radio

Advocates of masking kids in schools are pounding the table not the facts… and Even cops aren’t safe from the rising crime in our major cities

On Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla, retired U.S. Army Captain Sam Brown talks about what inspired him to serve his country and why he is now running for Senate in Nevada. Former two-term Westchester County Executive and Republican candidate for Governor of New York Rob Astorino shares more details about the video footage he obtained which shows migrants secretly being flown into a small airport outside of New York City. PLUS, comedian Dave Landau discusses cancel culture and how it has impacted his profession.

[00:00:00] Mask advocates can't pound the facts

[00:15:32] Canadian truckers' vaccine protest

[00:18:22] Truckers are following science, not Trudeau

[00:29:51] Captain Sam Brown

[00:36:41] Even cops aren't safe anymore

[00:52:40] Slain NYPD Officer's widow sp

Commonwealth Club of California Podcast

Commonwealth Club of California

The Commonwealth Club of California is the nation's largest public affairs forum. The nonpartisan and nonprofit Club produces and distributes programs featuring diverse viewpoints from thought leaders on important topics. The Club's weekly radio broadcast — the oldest in the U.S., since 1924 — is carried on hundreds of stations. Our website features audio and video of our programs. This podcast feed is usually updated multiple times each week.

Intelligence Squared

Intelligence Squared

The Sunday Debate: Neville Chamberlain Did The Right Thing

As the new film, The Edge of War, hits Netflix screens starring Jeremy Irons as British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain negotiating on the brink of World War Two in 1938, we revisit an archive debate discussing that pivotal moment in history. Journalist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Anne Applebaum is joined by a collection of celebrated historians to debate whether Chamberlain did the right thing in an impossible situation or appeased a dictator, leading to the disastrous years of conflict that followed.
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Power Line

Ricochet Audio Network

E285. The Three (No) Whisky Happy Hour: Gonzo Beach Edition

Unfortunately we weren’t able to fix up the usual online recording session for this week’s Three Whisky Happy Hour, and attempted to assemble in person ahead of the Claremont Institute’s annual dinner at Huntington Beach, this year with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (who was terrific, by the way). But we were outside, with not enough time to get organized—and without any whisky!—and the result was a bit of a train wreck. But at least it’s short! (As I used to say when I still showed up for road races in my dotage, “I may be old and fat, but I’m slow! My strategy is to start of slow, and tail off from there.” Well we kind of live up to that here.)
Our irregular sidekick Richard Samuelson joined us, and then halfway through Jeremy Carl wandered by, so we made him sit down and join us with no preparation. We tried to cover Last Week in Wokeness and a few other thi


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 Smerconish Podcast


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 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.


The Diplomat


Fighting the Mind Virus in Universities

Jason Greenblatt sits down with one of the founding professor of the University of Austin, Niall Ferguson. The two discuss why Prof. Ferguson is opening a new university, and how it hopes to combat the anti-free speech culture that is prevalent in higher ed.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at



Oláh Ibolya: A Magyarország c. dalt már nem merem előadni | PartizánPOP

Oláh Ibolya, a tiszadobi nevelőintézetből indulva az ország egyik legkedveltebb énekesévé vált a Megasztár első szériájának köszönhetően. Személyét a politika egy sikeres roma életút példájaként kívánta használni, míg a média az elmúlt évtizedekben mindig is inkább a magánéletével volt elfoglalva. A PartizánPOP adásában az énekesnő vallott az őt ért rasszista támadásokról is, amelyek miatt soha többé nem szeretné énekelni talán leghíresebb, Magyarország c. dalát. Hol találsz meg minket?Youtube-on: támogathatod a munkánkat?Legyél a patronálónk, hogy hozzáférj a vágatlan adásokhoz és extra tartalmainkhoz: kereszt

This Week in the Middle East


William Morris, Secretary General of the Next Century Foundation, discusses the new political issues of the week, with a particular focus on developments in the Middle East.

Afhameren met Wouter de Winther

De Telegraaf

Burgers spoor bijster na corona-offensief burgemeesters

Het zijn niet de witte broodsweken waar het nieuwe kabinet op had gehoopt. De puinhoop in Groningen, de opmerkelijke brief van Ankie Broekers-Knol en de coronarevolutie die gaande is in allerlei gemeenten. In een nieuwe aflevering van de podcast Afhameren bespreken politiek commentator Wouter de Winther en presentator Pim Sedee het laatste politieke nieuws. Uiteraard komen de nieuwe fractievoorzitters van VVD, CDA en D66 aan bod. Volgens De Winther is Jan Paternotte van D66 het meest interessant. En: de doorrekeningen van het coalitieakkoord. Wat gaan we in de portemonnee merken van alle kabinetsplannen?

KPFA - Democracy Now

Democracy Now

Democracy Now – January 21, 2022

Politics in Plain English with Justin Hibbard

Justin R. Hibbard

In Politics in Plain English, Justin Hibbard breaks down complex political ideas and current events in easy-to-understand explanations without hyper-spin, in under 18 minutes so voters can be informed. After all, an informed voter is the most powerful voter. Like what you hear? Subscribe to Justin's latest articles at Video versions of these podcasts are available at

The Josh Hammer Show


Politics, law, and culture collide as Newsweek opinion editor Josh Hammer charts a path forward for American conservatism and exposes the woke Left. A voice for the New Right, Hammer delivers blistering commentary and weekly interviews with today's top conservative thinkers.

Sinica Podcast


Dan Wang on China in 2021: "Common prosperity," cultural stunting, and shortcomings of the "modal China story

This week on the Sinica Podcast, Kaiser welcomes back Dan Wang, technology analyst at Gavekal Dragonomics, to talk about this year's annual letter. Dan's letters have become something of an institution: wide-ranging, insightful, and always contentious, his missives are read by a great many observers of contemporary China and spark some lively conversations. This year's letter contrasts the major megacities that Dan has lived in (Beijing, Shanghai, and the "Greater Bay Area" of the Pearl River Delta), examines Xi Jinping's efforts to shift the energies of China's technologists and entrepreneurs away from the consumer internet and toward deep tech, ponders the causes of China's "cultural stunting" and the challenges that China faces, and has not yet overcome, in creating cultural products that the rest of the world wants

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. 



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The Inside Story Podcast

Al Jazeera

The Inside Story Podcast -- where we dissect, analyse and help define major global stories.



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Washington Today


Biden promotes his plan to repair bridges after collapse in Pennsylvania

The latest on President Joe Biden's trip to Pittsburgh to talk about infrastructure, on the same day as a bridge collapse in that city. Plus, the latest on Russia from the Pentagon and a look at how Republicans are working to woo minority voters with Mica Soellner of The Washington Times (25).
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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. 

The Five

FOX News Radio

The Five 1-25-2022

The Five 1-25-2022

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:

The Debate


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Así perdimos a la generación que cambió España

Crecieron en la dureza de la guerra y la posguerra y cimentaron la democracia. Muchos han acabado sus días solos. ¿Qué falló para que les falláramos? Esta historia es un homenaje a los 37.000 muertos de más de 70 años que de forma directa o indirecta dejó la pandemia

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Farine, il podcast

Rivista il Mulino

Farine racconta un metodo di lavoro: crediamo che «il come si fa» partecipi del senso del «cosa si pubblica»; racconta il percorso che sta dietro al nostro lavoro quotidiano: i libri, le fonti, i ragionamenti, gli autori, insomma «gli ingredienti» che utilizziamo in redazione per pensare e fare la rivista, su carta quattro volte l’anno, online tutti i giorni e ora anche in podcast. Farine è l'approfondimento di alcuni dei temi centrali della Rivista il Mulino. Saranno quattro appuntamenti all'anno, ognuno di 5 puntate, in corrispondenza dell'uscita dei nostri numeri in libreria, edicola e online. Per tutte le info Per abbonarsi



China in MENA Information Series Promotes Informed Discussion on Chinese Influence in the Middle East and informs US and MENA audiences in the policy and business communities about the nature of China’s outreach to the region.

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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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 Latest

The New York Times

The Supreme Court Rules on DACA

In a 5-to-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that President Trump may not shut down Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, the program that shields immigrants brought to the United States as children from deportation. But is this the end of challenges to DACA?“The Latest,” from the team behind “The Daily,” brings you the most important developments on today’s biggest news stories.

Stay Tuned with Preet


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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Tamara Sepper – Executive Producer; Nat Weiner – Audio Producer; Jake Kaplan – Editorial Producer
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Nomura Podcasts


The Week Ahead – 28 January 2022

In this episode of our Week Ahead series, we’ll be looking at the main themes that will drive global markets over the coming week. In the US, we have key January data with US NFP, ISM and Fed speak to watch. In Europe we have the ECB and BOE meetings along with Euro flash inflation for January and OPEC talks. Finally, a quick wrap-up on the state of the energy crisis, Russia/NATO talks, COVID-19 trends and events in Asia.

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 



【美中台戰情室】#93 科技巨頭的擴張野心 + 川普翻盤計畫被毀!

(1) 本期經濟學人透過搜集各種資料,描繪出美國五大科技公司MAAMA (蘋果、亞馬遜、谷歌、臉書和微軟)如何各自試圖在新科技領域,研發出殺手級應用來贏得下一輪競爭的勝利,以及探討美國政府想要規範這五大擴張的努力,是否符合經濟邏輯,到底經濟學人揭露了什麽呢
(2) 前白宮貿易與製造業委員會主任Peter Navarro近來頻頻主動出擊,上反川媒體接受專訪,談他和班農聯手在去年1/6 國會議場點選舉人票時設計出的一套翻盤戰術,有獲得百位國會議員的支持,他還把這套戰術用美式足球來比喻,稱為"Green Bay Sweep" 到底他去年的翻盤大計是什麽?

#經濟學人 #科技巨頭#美國總統大選#Navarro#經濟

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【第65期】“刷手机颈肩疼怎么办?” 那些官方发布会上的奇葩记者提问

新闻发布会上的记者提问本应是监督公权力、传递民众声音的机会,然而中国的官方记者会却越来越变成一场场写好了剧本的表演。在今天的节目中,我们来关注中国官媒的记者是如何参与和配合舆论操控的。 在《中国数字时代》网站阅读全文 查看/订阅我们的YouTube频道

Bag Man

MSNBC, Rachel Maddow

Episode 7: You Can't Fire Me -- I Quit

Disgraced Vice President Spiro T. Agnew officially becomes a private citizen and addresses the nation one last time... as a convicted criminal. Agnew continues his attacks on the press and the prosecutors right to the end. But his sudden resignation leaves questions-- unanswered-- that echo 45 years later. Can a President or Vice President actually be criminally indicted while in office? And if not, what sort of pressure can be brought to bear... to force them out?

The Hannity Monologues

Sean Hannity

Walter Voit on Adaptive 3D and Microarchitecture Innovation

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Playbook Deep Dive


A former NATO ambassador gets inside Putin’s head

More than 100,000 Russian troops are mobilized along the Ukrainian
border. What is Vladimir Putin’s ultimate goal? Today, Playbook author
Ryan Lizza talks to former US Ambassador to NATO Kurt Volker — who led
Trump’s Ukraine negotiations — about how President Biden is responding
to the Ukraine threat, and how he would counter Putin’s strategy. Plus,
journalist Uliana Pavlova joins us from Moscow to describe the sentiment
on the ground.

Ryan Lizza is a Playbook co-author for POLITICO.
Kurt Volker is the former U.S. Ambassador to NATO and special envoy to
Uliana Pavlova is a freelance journalist in Moscow.
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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?

China Global

The German Marshall Fund

China in 2022: Domestic and Foreign Policy

The Beijing Olympics will be held next month, and China faces both the challenge of Covid-19 spreading to several Chinese cities and growing criticism of its policy in Xinjiang, which has led some countries—including the United States—to declare diplomatic boycotts.

Taking place in March, the National People’s Congress will have important implications for China’s economic policy, among other issues. Personnel rotations around the country are already beginning to take place and will continue throughout the year, as the Chinese Communist Party prepares for the all-important National Party Congress slated for the fall. Apart from bestowing a third five-year term in power to Xi Jinping, what else should we expect from the upcoming Party Congress?

Jude Blanchette speaks with Bonnie Glaser on the key developments of 2022. He holds the Freeman Chair in China Studies at the Center for Strategic and International St

London Calling

The Ricochet Audio Network

In For a Penny, In For a Pound

In this week’s episode of London Calling is very sobering – literally. Before James and Toby talk about who’s to blame for the crisis in Ukraine, Toby’s Dry January turned very wet over the weekend.
Then they take on Putin, Biden, NATO and Ukraine and why they can’t bring themselves to spell Kiev “K-Y-I-V.”
On the home front, would Boris be better to cling to nurse for fear of something worse, the late-to-the-party lockdown sceptics and, in Culture Corner, The Undoing (HBO), the Brothers Karimazov and Martin Chuzzlewit.
Opening sound this week is Foreign Secretary Liz Truss on Ukraine.

Arms Control Wonk

Jeffrey Lewis & Aaron Stein

North Korea's Small SLBM

North Korea seems to be taking its new, small, solid propellant missiles to the sea, after taking them to the show. Perennial friend of the pod and aficionado of all things submarine Joseph Dempsey of the International Institute of Strategic Studies returns to talk to Jeffrey about what it is that the DPRK tested this time, whether it is the same missile that the DPRK showed off at its recent military expo, and what their submarine program is looking like in 2021. Previous Episodes with Joseph Dempsey: North Korea's New SLBM: The Pukguksong-3 North Korea's Missile Submarine(s): Part 3 North Korea's Missile Submarine(s): Part 2 North Korea's Missile Submarine(s): Part 1 North Korea's New Missiles     Support us over at!

Продолжение следует

Новая газета

Сахар или гексоген. Что на самом деле случилось в Рязани в 1999 году?

Повтор выпуска. В 1999 году в России один за другим с разницей в несколько дней взрываются жилые дома. Буйнакск, Москва, дом на Гурьянова, многоэтажка на Каширском шоссе и Волгодонск. В то же время в одном из домов на окраине Рязани находят подозрительные мешки с боевым взрывателем, жильцов эвакуируют, МВД рапортует о предотвращении теракта. А через два дня ФСБ заявляет, что это были лишь учения, и в мешках был не гексоген, а сахар. Что это было на самом деле? Расследование «Новой газеты» читает журналист Алексей Пивоваров.Подписывайтесь на YouTube-канал «Продолжение следует» И на Telegram-канал проекта

China, If You're Listening

ABC Radio

CHINA | S05 06 - Are the 'drums of war' beating over Taiwan?

For months commentators and politicians in Australia have been talking about one of the most frightening topics imaginable — a war between the United States and China over the island of Taiwan.

It's the last frozen remnant of a hundred year old Civil War — two governments both claiming to be the legitimate rulers of China, separated by 100 miles of ocean.

In this episode, we explain the bizarre story which led to the current tension, and look at what might happen next.


Katherine Wei, Taiwan Correspondent, The Straits Times

Malcolm Turnbull, former Australian Prime Minister

Dr Helen Sham-ho OAM, first Chinese-born MP in an Australian parliament

The Choice

New York Times Opinion

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WTF Just Happened Today

Matt Kiser

Day 356: "By a clear margin."

Monday, January 10, 2022
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The Oath with Chuck Rosenberg

Chuck Rosenberg, NBC News

Robert S. Mueller III: The Director (Part 2)

Robert S. Mueller III – Bob Mueller – is an American hero.  Though best known as the sixth Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and as the Special Counsel that led the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, the story of Bob’s public service starts half a century earlier.As recounted in the first episode, Bob was born in Manhattan and raised in Princeton, New Jersey.  The oldest of five children, and the only boy, he was a star three sport athlete in high school and excelled in the classroom and on the lacrosse fields of Princeton, where he went to college.  Following the death of a Princeton teammate in Vietnam, Bob volunteered for service there.  In 1968, after officer training, including graduation from the rigorous Army Ranger School, the Marines deployed Bob to Vietnam.  There, as a young second lieutenant, he led a rifle platoon along the Demilitarized Zone.   Bob did not fear death in Vietna

War on the Rocks

Ryan Evans

Gen. David H. Berger on the Marine Corps of the Future

Gen. David H. Berger, commandant of the Marine Corps, had Ryan Evans over for a discussion on the service he leads. As rising great powers and transformative technologies reshape warfare, presenting marines with new challenges, how should the Marine Corps adapt? From talent management to force transformation, listen to their wide-ranging conversation about what the service needs to become in order remain a top-tier fighting force. You can find a full transcript for this episode, as well as reading and listening here:

The Run-Up

The New York Times

‘The Daily’: Feb. 3, 2017

The Run-Up will be back soon. In the mean time, you can satisfy your craving for Michael Barbaro and politics with today’s episode of The Daily, his new show. You can subscribe to The Daily wherever you are listening to The Run-Up.

The New Washington

The New York Times

Sean Hannity

Mr. Hannity, the Fox News host and political commentator, is one of the most dominant voices in conservative news media, reaching millions each day. But much of his influence comes from a powerful audience of one. Mr. Hannity spoke with Matthew Shaer, a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, about the roots of his opinionated style, whether he considers himself a journalist and what it’s like to know the president is listening.

Politics + Media 101

Justin Higgins and Geoff Browning

This is not your typical political podcast. We host dynamic discussions, live, almost every day of the week⁠—where we bring the guests, and you bring the questions. Listen to past episodes, find out how to join us live, and more at

The Candidates

The New York Times

A look at the pivotal moments in the lives of 2020 presidential candidates.

Lectures in History


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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

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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A billion dollars to save the Barrier Reef

The Kremlin vents its anger at Washington as negotiations over Ukraine hit a brick wall ... Russia's military is poised to strike as NATO boosts its presence


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How to Avoid Omicron— and COVID Fatalism

The highly transmissible omicron variant has resulted in a surge in COVID-19 cases across the United States, filling hospitals and contributing to worker shortages across industries. The good news is that vaccines appear to dramatically decrease the risk of serious illness. But doctors and public health experts say that even the vaccinated should continue to mask and practice social distancing – and should under no circumstances actively attempt to contract COVID. We’ll discuss the personal and community-based reasons why you don’t want to contract omicron with Dr. Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo.

Payne's Politics

Financial Times

In conversation with Andrew Mitchell

Andrew Mitchell went through many of the UK's most established institutions, from public school to the army to the City of London and parliament, the Whips Office and the cabinet. His new book, “Beyond A Fringe”, refers not only to his distinctive hairstyle but also his insider’s view of Britain. We explore his journey into politics, life in government and where he sees Tory politics going next. Presented by Sebastian Payne. Produced by Anna Dedhar and Howie Shannon. The sound engineers were Breen Turner and Sean McGarrity, Read the latest on @Seb Payne Subscribe to  See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Al Franken Podcast

District Productive

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

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The Brian Lehrer Show


Renewed Efforts at Combatting Gun Violence

Chip Brownlee, a reporter at The Trace, a non-profit news site covering gun violence, and David Cruz, WNYC/Gothamist news editor, talk about the renewed efforts on the local, state and federal level to combat gun violence, including the interstate task force and Mayor Adams' violence prevention plan.

Bad Faith

Briahna Joy Gray & Virgil Texas

Episode 130 Promo - Abort, Abort

Subscribe to Bad Faith on Patreon to instantly unlock this episode and our full premium episode library: This week's guests break down all you need to know about last week's Supreme Court oral arguments on the Mississippi abortion case that's posed to overturn Roe v. Wade & Planned Parenthood vs. Casey. Professor Eric Segall of Georgia State College of Law returns to the podcast to weigh in on remarks made during oral arguments that challenged the constitutionality of the right to choose. He's joined by Professor Mary Ziegler from Florida State University College of Law -- a historian who specializes in the legal history of reproduction, the family, sexuality, & the Constitution. The pair debate Supreme Court reform, the value of judicial review, the "backlash" argument that Roe was too much too soon, whether pinning abortion rights to viability was a mistake, and much much more. It's a level of le

Bloomberg Westminster


Damage Control (with Steve McCabe MP)

Labour MP Steve McCabe says 'partygate' has damaged Boris Johnson and trust in government. He tells Bloomberg Westminster's Caroline Hepker and Yuan Potts that it might not be so easy for the Conservatives to emulate TV-favourite Doctor Who, with a main character who 'regenerates' into someone new.
Mika Minio-Paluello, energy analyst at the Trades Union Congress, says the Government's energy policy is a failure. He says it needs to expand the Warm Homes discount, roll out an insulation programme and act simultaneously on bills and supplies.
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The Seen and the Unseen - hosted by Amit Varma

Amit Varma

Ep 258: The Universe of Chuck Gopal

There has never been a better time to be a creator -- but you need to be productive to make use of it! Deepak Gopalakrishnan aka Chuck Gopal joins Amit Varma in episode 258 of The Seen and the Unseen to talk about his journey, and to share his learnings on creation and productivity. Also check out: 1. Earlier episodes of The Seen and the Unseen on the creator ecosystem with Roshan Abbas, Varun Duggirala, Neelesh Misra and Snehal Pradhan. 2. Chuck Gopal on Twitter, Instagram, LinkTree and his own website. 3. Chuck's podcasts: Simblified, The Origin of Things and Getting Meta. 4. Chuck's newsletter: Things of Internet. 5. Chuck on Spotify where he shares his playlists. 6. Agency Trash Talk -- Instagram account c-authored by Chuck that used cat pictures to make fun of advertising. 7. The Telegram Channel where Chuck and Berty Ashley share a song every day. 8. Chucks comics for Pagalguy. 9. Some of Chuck's writing on Music: a) Making live-str

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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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

MOATS The Podcast with George Galloway

Molucca Media Ltd

Arab Barghouti on his Father Marwan Hasib Ibrahim Barghouti, Leader of the First and Second Intifadas

This week on MOATS: The Podcast Bonus Episode
George is in conversation with Arab Barghouti, son of Marwan Hasib Ibrahim Barghouti is a Palestinian political figure convicted and imprisoned for murder by an Israeli court. He is regarded as a leader of the First and Second Intifadas.
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HPR: After Office Hours

Harvard Political Review

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How It Happened


Trump’s Big Deal Part II: From Secret Alliance to the Abraham Accords

After Donald Trump’s peace plan between Israel and the Palestinians failed, there was a desperate attempt by the U.S. and the United Arab Emirates to stop Israel from annexing part of the occupied West Bank. That effort led to the most significant Middle East peace agreement in a generation. With exclusive reporting, Axios Middle East correspondent Barak Ravid tells national political correspondent Jonathan Swan what led to Trump’s success and its effects. 

Note: This episode contains some explicit language. Credits: The senior producer is Ariana Gharib Lee. The senior editor is Ted Robbins. Dan Bobkoff is the executive producer. Sara Kehaulani Goo is the editor-in-chief. Our managing editors include Alison Snyder and Margaret Talev. Dave Lawler is the world editor. Sound design and mixing by Jeanne Montalvo and Alex Sugiura. Our series theme music is by Michael Hanf. Fact checking by Jacob Knut

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:

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

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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"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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The Bridge with Peter Mansbridge

Manscorp Media Services

Your Turn on Everything From Convoys to Covid

This is the 500th episode of The Bridge and what better way to celebrate than by listening to some of your latest letters, your ideas, thoughts and comments.  

En casa de Herrero


Tertulia de Herrero: Casado llama a Sánchez y le pide que comparezca en el Congreso

Luis Herrero analiza junto a Ignacio Cembrero, David Mejía y Luca Costantini las novedades sobre la crisis de Ucrania.

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

Brian Kilmeade Show

FOX News Radio

Southern Border at Breaking Point as Crime Surges in American Cities

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[00:12:28] Dr. Marc Siegel

[00:18:12] Carley Shimkus

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The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Sam Seder

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S2E44 乞靈經國:轉型正義轉轉轉! Feat. 魏聰洲

上週末蔡英文出席經國七海園區開幕,引發議論,這集特別邀請到法國社會科學高等研究院(EHESS)歷史與文明博士,也是《呼吸巴黎:典藏古美術讓法國成為日常》的作者 #魏聰洲,來與我們分享優雅的法國是如何面對獨裁的歷史。 映照台灣才剛起步的轉型正義,蔣家父子身為威權獨裁政權的領導人,尚未釐清其應負的歷史責任,就急著歌頌紀念蔣家政權存在的正當性,無疑是對受難者的一大打擊。 中國對台灣如此的文攻武嚇,抗中保台應是基本前提,而反共當然沒有問題,問題是要先認知到『共』有外也有內,既然內部尚有與中國應和的中國代理人需要清除,紀念仍抱持大中國思想的人物而強化內部的中國意識形態,真的沒有違背轉型正義嗎? 轉型正義在台灣,仍有諸多要努力的地方,國外面對轉型正義是透過不斷提及與討論,告訴民眾這是需要被關注的歷史,也撫慰受害者家屬的心情,而台灣要如何讓轉型正義轉過去呢?這是基進成立以來不斷努力目標,也將在本集跟台灣人民報告! 虎年前夕,跟我們一起轉! #贈書活動:只要購買《呼吸巴黎:典藏古美術讓法國成為日常》,與書拍照並私訊到陳奕齊 - 新一粉絲專頁,前三名的讀者就會贈送給您轉型正義研究者陳銘城著作《拼貼歷史的缺頁:陳銘城人權文集》一本喔! 小額贊助支持本節目: 留言告訴我你對這一集的想法: Powered by Firstory Hosting

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Global Optimism

135. No Substitute For Nature with Zac Goldsmith

There’s no pathway to capping our global temperature rise to 1.5 degrees Celsius without protecting and restoring nature. That’s the lay of the land according to The Rt Hon Lord Goldsmith, Minister for the Pacific and the International Environment - our final guest for 2021. At the close of a year that’s seen enormous momentum to incorporate forests and land use well and truly into the climate agenda, Lord Goldsmith shares insights into the context and his vision for the next twelve months. So, where do we stand now? Among the remarkable outcomes of COP26 was a commitment to halting and reversing forest loss and land degradation by 2030. Signed by 141 countries, the Glasgow Leaders’ Declaration on Forest and Land Use covers an incredible 90 percent of global forest. We also saw meaningful progress at this year’s Convention on Biological Diversity in Kunming. And the direction of travel? Our ultimate challenge and goal, Lord Go



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Doomsday Watch with Arthur Snell


America’s Next Civil War?

The world has never stood as close to the apocalypse as it does today. Hosted by ARTHUR SNELL, a former British diplomat and counter-terrorism operative who has seen service in Yemen, Helmand and Zimbabwe, DOOMSDAY WATCH meets experts and eyewitness for an unflinching look at the threats that conventional media ignores. On this first edition: Is a toxic combination of extreme partisanship, detached elites and Trump’s incitement driving the world’s greatest democracy to a second Civil War?

• “This is the story of a great project that has torn itself apart from the inside.” – ARTHUR SNELL
• “At what point do we stop saying this is a democratic country?” – BRIAN KLAAS
• “Where there is anger and polarised states, democracy may not work any more.” – JACK GOLDSTONE

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Is Biden Risking War by Pushing Taiwan Independence? – Larry Wilkerson

With Biden increasingly treating Taiwan as an independent country, is he provoking a military response from China that could go nuclear? Larry Wilkerson joins Paul Jay on

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2022년 1월 21일 금요일주제: #멸공. 오너리스크? 표현의 자유? + 70대에 만개한 배우 윤여정-오영수. 아름답게 나이든다는 것_지목전토크 1. #멸공. 오너리스크? 표현의 자유?2. 70대에 만개한 배우 윤여정-오영수. 아름답게 나이든다는 것출연 :이종필 교수박한선 박사손정혜 변호사서유미 작가ART19 개인정보 정책 및 캘리포니아주의 개인정보 통지는 & 에서 확인하실 수 있습니다.

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

Politics in Perspective


Cyber: Security, Espionage and Warfare

Dan Clarke explores the issue of Cybersecurity, warfare, and espionage with the help of leading experts and academics.

Featuring Ciaran Martin, Former Head of the UK Government’s National Cyber Security Centre and current Oxford Professor. Sir David Omand, Former Head of GCHQ and current Professor at King's College London. Melanie Garson, Internet Policy Lead at the Tony Blair Institute of Global Change and UCL Lecturer, and Robert Bigman, former Chief Information Security Officer at the CIA.

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 Taxcast

Tax Justice Network

The Taxcast is a monthly podcast/radio show from the Tax Justice Network sizzling with the latest developments in the corrupt world of tax havens, financial secrecy and tax dodging. We explore these most challenging ethical and economic issues of our times, with transformational economic analysis you won’t hear anywhere else.

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.

PBS NewsHour - Brooks and Capehart

PBS NewsHour

Brooks and Capehart on Texas voting law, Breyer retirement and replacement

New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post columnist Jonathan Capehart join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including Texas' new restrictive voting law, the retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer and who may replace him on the Supreme Court. PBS NewsHour is supported by -

Reasons to be Cheerful with Ed Miliband and Geoff Lloyd


217. ONE STOP COP (26) SHOP: the verdict

Ed's been in Glasgow again this week as COP26 comes to a close. He digs in to get the verdict. He speaks to young Kenyan activist Elizabth Wathuti, then friends of the pod, Pete Betts, multi-hatted climate wonk, and Farhana Yamin, adviser to vulnerable countries, for their takes on the outcome. Plus the revelation that RTBC has hit the big time, featured on a real, mainstream TV quiz show, and how even Ed can have enough of being recognised in public places. See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Red Line

The Red Line

Three experts, one Story. Each fortnight we host a panel of international experts diving into the biggest geopolitical stories shaping the news both here and overseas. Hosted by Michael Hilliard

Asian Insider

The Straits Times

S1E83: One year on after Myanmar's military coup takeover: Asian Insider Ep 83

Synopsis: Each month, The Straits Times' US Bureau Chief Nirmal Ghosh presents an Asian perspective of the week's global talking points with expert guests.

In this episode, Nirmal Ghosh speaks with Richard Horsey, Senior Advisor on Myanmar at the International Crisis Group, and Jan Jan, a student and co-founder of GM4MD (Global Movement for Myanmar Democracy).

Highlights (click/tap above):

01:50  Any optimism for a return to some stability and progress in Myanmar, politically?

03:56 Talks of an election in August 2023 - a move forward towards stability or violence?

05:52 GM4MD, a youth diaspora organisation formed in response to the military coup

08:36 Is it tenable for the military to hold onto power for another decade?

10:14 How the Burmese people and the ethnic minorities view Aung San Suu Kyi now 




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:

Horns of a Dilemma

Texas National Security Network

Brought to you by the Texas National Security Review, this podcast features lectures, interviews, and panel discussions at the University of Texas.

The House from CBC Radio

CBC Radio

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 Asset

District Productive

A Shadow Falls on our Democracy

In Season 1 of the Unconventional Threat-- one of our other podcasts produced in partnership with the non-partisan organization Keep Our Republic--we issued warnings last year that were unfortunately made into a reality on January 6, 2021, when Trump loyalists stormed the Capitol and attempted to overthrow the certified Presidential election results naming Joe Biden President. We now know, it served as a trial run for a nefarious plan to overthrow our democratic republic.The Future of our Nation Hangs in the Balance.And that is why we are sharing Episode 1 of Season 2 of Unconventional Threat as a bonus episode to The Asset listeners. In this episode, we document the efforts of those who seek to gain control of our government through illegal and unconstitutional methods. By working to install confederates in state, county and local offices in the midterm elections of 2022, a shadow network has created--and is currently executing-

Who Is?

iHeartRadio + NowThis

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. […]

Brexit Republic


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 Pouch

Gregg Savage and Jake Farr-Wharton

Welcome to The Pouch! The taped-up wheely bin of podcasts that aims to help the average Aussie try and make sense of their current political environment. Join world-renowned podcaster, Jake Farr-Wharton, and significantly less-renowned podcaster, Gregg Savage, every Sunday as they tackle the week in Australian news and politics... not so seriously.

POLITICO's Westminster Insider

Jack Blanchard

POLITICO’s weekly political series hosted by Jack Blanchard lifts the curtain on how Westminster really works, offering in-depth insight into the political issues which typically only get broad-brush treatment in the wider media. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Off Topic/On Politics

Spectrum News NY1

What happens when three New York reporters sit in a (small) room and talk politics? Join host Zack Fink and the NY1 political team each week for a conversation where no topic is off-limits and everything is on the record.​

Victor Davis Hanson's The Classicist

The Ricochet Audio Network

E228. VDH Q&A

On this, the final episode of The Classicist Podcast, Victor Davis Hansons answers listener questions on everything from farming to war movies to which books he’s always wanted to write but never gotten around to. Tune in for a jam-packed episode featuring VDH like you’ve never heard him before.
It has been an honor to carry this show since its inception 6 years ago, and we are sorry to see it go, but excited for Victor to explore news ways to get his thoughts out to a new audience. Victor will still make appearances on our other shows and we may even start a new show with him in the future. Until then, we wish him much success in his new venture.

Georgia Today

Georgia Public Broadcasting

One metro Atlanta landlord filed more evictions during the moratorium than any other

An investigation finds one apartment complex in Clayton County has filed more evictions against tenants than any other landlord across metro Atlanta — including during the federal government's pandemic eviction ban that was designed to keep people in their homes and stem the spread of COVID-19.

Stranahan's Sunlight: Morning New Roundup

Radio Stranahan

Lee Stranahan is the lead investigative reporter for Breitbart News, one of the most read news sites in America. He's broken national and international stories.

OH GOD, WHAT NOW? Formerly Remainiacs


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. […]

Foro de Teresina

revista piauí

#183: Surfando a Ômicron no escuro

José Roberto de Toledo, Thais Bilenky e Ana Clara Costa comentam o avanço da variante Ômicron em meio ao apagão de dados no Brasil, os impactos causados pela inflação recorde no país e, por fim, a relação das Forças Armadas com o governo federal após o embate entre Bolsonaro e o presidente da Anvisa.

Global Dispatches -- World News That Matters

Mark Leon Goldberg

If Russia Invades Ukraine, How Should the United States and Europe Respond?

The likelihood that Russia will invade Ukraine seems to be growing by the day. If Russia indeed attacks Ukraine, how should the United States and Europe respond?    Joining me to take on that question and more are four excellent speakers: Andrew Weiss of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace Nina Jankowicz the Woodrow Wilson Center Jim Goldgeier of Stanford's Center for International Security and Cooperation.   Melinda Haring of The Atlantic Council     Recorded live via Twitter Spaces. Follow me @MarkLGoldberg to be notified of the next live taping.       

Way Too Early with Jonathan Lemire


Way Too Early 1/28/22

Biden announces Breyer's retirement, pledges to nominate Black woman to Supreme Court by end of February

La Noche de Dieter


Tertulia de Dieter: TV3 ataqua a los andaluces de nuevo

Dieter Brandau analiza con Fernando Lázaro, Alejandro Vara y Cristina Losada las burlas de TVE y las últimas palabras de Pablo Iglesias.

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

Sofi LaLonde, producer and engineer
Libby Nelson, editorial adviser
Amber Hall, deputy e

La Encerrona

Marco Sifuentes

#LaEncerrona Daniel Salaverry a cargo de contratos petroleros

En el Perú, se está usando el sistema de justicia para acallar denuncias. Aquí los delirantes casos de Pedro Salinas y Christopher Acosta contados por ellos mismos.

MIENTRAS TANTO: Sigue la mafia de falsos vacunados y el Ministerio de Salud admite que no ha encontrado nada. ADEMÁS: Copamiento de Perú Libre en Ambiente. TAMBIÉN: La reunión que casi detona la vacancia... jamás ocurrió.

Y... Hoy tenemos más de una iniciativa social estimulando la lectura y el pensamiento crítico entre nuestros niños y adolescentes. Entérate cómo apoyarlas.

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Mundo Natural: Agua micelar Mediterraneus

Isabel González habla con los responsables de Mundo Natural de las ventajas de este producto.



Immigration is the Most Important Issue We Face - Peter Whittle

Peter Whittle is a British author, journalist and founder of the New Culture Forum TICKETS to TRIGGERnometry Live with Ayishat Akanbi here: our exclusive TRIGGERnometry community on Locals! Support TRIGGERnometry Here: bc1qm6vvhduc6s3rvy8u76sllmrfpynfv94qw8p8d5Buy Merch Here:​​​Advertise on the Mailing List:​​​Find TRIGGERnometry on Social Media:​​​​​​​​​About TRIGGERnometry: Stand-up comedians Konstantin Kisin (@konstantinkisin) and Francis Foster (@francisjf

Can He Do That?

The Washington Post

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. […]

China Unscripted

Chris Chappell

#150 Cannibal Capitalism: How China Eats Its Own

There was a brief time during which China's economy came out of the doldrums and its growth was the envy of the world. That all changed, however, with the arrival of Xi Jinping. In this episode of China Unscripted, we discuss China's cannibal capitalism, the fate of Alibaba and WeChat, foreign investment in China, and much, much more. Joining us in this episode is James Gorrie, a writer and political economist who authored "The China Crisis: How China's Economic Collapse Will Lead to a Global Depression".

American Thought Leaders

Jan Jekielek

Dr. Robert Malone: COVID Dogma, Media Fearmongering, and ‘Mass Formation’ Hypnosis of Society | PART 1

“The mass is formed around the idea that the vaccines are magically going to be able to relieve them of this problem.”
In this two-part episode, we sit down again with Dr. Robert Malone, who pioneered the mRNA vaccine technology that’s used in many of the COVID-19 vaccines today. We discuss his career and look further into the intriguing psychological phenomenon known as “mass formation.”
We also dig into how COVID vaccines are faring against Omicron, how the term “herd immunity” has been grossly misunderstood, and the dangers of mandating vaccines for children.
“I may be one of the very few that has this depth of understanding of the technology that doesn’t have a direct financial conflict of interest. If I’m not allowed to speak about my concerns—whether they’re right or wrong—who is?”
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EXOPOLITICS TODAY with Dr. Michael Salla

Dr. Michael Salla

Whistleblower exposes slave labor in USAF Secret Space Program

Niara Terela Isley served in the US Air Force from 1979 to 1983 and specialized in the newly developed "autotrack radar" designed to lock on to and track surface-to-air missiles and anti-aircraft artillery using precision LASER technology. After completing her training, she was stationed in 1980, at Nellis Air Force Base, from which she assigned on a rotational weekly basis to Tonopah Test Range in Nevada over a three month period. 
  At Tonopah she was asked to attempt to track advanced aerospace vehicles including up to ten flying saucers with the cutting edge autotrack radar.  After completing the task she was assigned by superiors—where the autotrack radar was unable to lock onto the flying saucer craft— she was taken to the Area 51/S-4 facility where she was subjected to trauma based mind control that involved her memories being wiped. Later she remembered that she was used

The New Statesman Podcast

The New Statesman

Why the corruption scandal feels like 1997, with Chris Bryant

The Standards Committee chair Chris Bryant joins Anoosh Chakelian, Stephen Bush and Ailbhe Rea to discuss the ongoing fallout from the Owen Paterson lobbying scandal. They talk about whether the UK is a corrupt country, how the scandal could affect the reputation of all MPs and why this moment feels similar to the run-up to the 1997 general election. If you have a question for You Ask Us, send an email or a voice note to   See for privacy and opt-out information.

Geopolitics & Empire

Geopolitics & Empire

Steve St. Angelo: There Won’t Be Enough Energy for the Elite’s Great Reset & Metaverse

Steve St. Angelo of the SRSrocco Report returns to continue our conversation on how the world is going off the Energy Cliff and how we are never going back to normal. We are seeing the peak and decline of this global hi-tech complex economy. He believes the elite are powerless to stop the falling Energy […] - Feature Interviews

The Corbett Report

Interview 1689 – New World Next Week with James Evan Pilato

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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Time To Say Goodbye

Time To Say Goodbye

Inflated burritos and SCOTUS race quotas

It’s Jay and Tammy this week, talking pandemic alcoholism, inflationary fast food, and affirmative action.  This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at

The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

Chuck Todd, Meet the Press

Democracy vs. the price of beef: Where do the Democrats go from here?

As Senate Democrats gear up to take on voting rights, President Biden kicked off the week with a focus on the meatpacking industry as prices soar. So what will it be? Kitchen table issues or the progressive agenda? Covid or “saving the democracy.”Guy Cecil, chairman of the super PAC, Priorities USA, joins Chuck to talk about how Democrats view the upcoming elections and where the campaigns are putting their priorities.

Fox News Sunday Audio

Fox News Sunday Audio Podcast

1-16-2022 - Fox News Sunday Audio Podcast

1-16-2022 - Fox News Sunday Audio Podcast




ThePrintPod: How England’s dying industrial towns became the West’s largest jihad factory

Malik Faisal Akram had no known affiliation with jihadist groups. Ideas that led him to take hostages in a Texas synagogue seeped into his mind almost by osmosis.


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

Medo e Delírio em Brasília

Central 3 Podcasts

Dias 1.120 e 1.121 | Orçamento da rendição | Dias 24 e 25/01/22

G.R.E.S. Unidos do Delírio; Orçamento; Malditos Milicos; Polícias; Meninada vacinando.
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Powerhouse Politics

ABC News

"We Can't Afford Not To Go Big"

Don't call it a "State of the Union." President Joe Biden tonight will address a joint session of Congress, 99 days after being sworn into office. Powerhouse Politics speaks with White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki about what the look, sound and substance of the speech will be.

Coleman Nation

Ron Coleman

Freedom and censorship can’t exist in the same world, whether it’s the government or private corporations who do the censoring. Lawyer, blogger and free-speech crusader Ron Coleman and his guests discuss the future of free expression and thought in our interconnected world. Tune in for Ron’s unique slant on issues involving social media, cancel culture and free expression everyone should be wrestling with. Ron is a partner in the New York / New Jersey office of the Dhillon Law Group, headquartered in San Francisco and headed by Harmeet Dhillon. He practices civil litigation and is best known for representing Simon Tam and his band the Slants in the U.S. Supreme Court’s famous First Amendment case, Matal v. Tam.

細川珠生の気になる珠手箱 Tamao Hosokawa Show 「Leader's Perspective of Japan」

Tamao Hosokawa


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 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.

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

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan

Andrew Sullivan

John Mearsheimer On Handling Russia And China

The question of how to deal with a resurgent Russia and a new super-power in China is now an urgent one to think through. At the Dishcast, we’re going to air various views over the coming months. But I couldn’t think of a better person to kick off this debate than John Mearsheimer, a titan in the field of international relations, and the most eloquent defender of realism in foreign policy I know. We talked yesterday about Putin, Xi, the errors of the post-Cold War triumphalists, and what the hell we should do now. I was riveted. John is never boring, and always clear.For those new to him: Prof. Mearsheimer has taught political science at the University of Chicago since 1982, and before that he served five years in the Air Force as a West Point grad. His latest book is "The Great Delusion: Liberal Dreams and International Realities." Get full access to The Weekly Dish at


ZDF, Markus Lanz & Richard David Precht


Mit den Olympischen Winterspielen in Peking und der Fußball-Weltmeisterschaft in Katar, stehen uns in diesem Jahr gleich zwei hochumstrittene und emotional aufgeladene sportliche Großveranstaltungen bevor, deren Austragung auch in der neuesten Ausgabe von “Lanz & Precht” Anlass für kontroverse Diskussion bietet.

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Droht ein zweiter Civil War?

Mehr als ein Jahr nach der Präsidentschaftswahl glauben laut einer aktuellen Umfrage der "Washington Post" lediglich 21 Prozent der Republikaner in den USA, dass die Wahl von Joe Biden legitim war. Und in einer weiteren Umfrage der Zeitung sind 40 Prozent der konservativen und 41 Prozent der unabhängigen Wählerinnen und Wähler der Ansicht, dass Gewalt gegen die Regierung gerechtfertigt sein kann. Und das ein Jahr nach dem Sturm auf das Kapitol.

Vergangene Woche erinnerten die demokratischen Politikerinnen und Politiker an den gewalttätigen Angriff eines wütenden Mobs auf das Symbol der US-amerikanischen Demokratie. Die Republikaner blieben dem Gedenken bis auf Liz Cheney und ihren Vater Dick Cheney fern.

Die USA stellen sich im Jahr 2022 die Frage, ob die Demokratie das alles aushält und ob ein zweiter Bürgerkrieg im Land tatsächlich vorstellbar ist. Im US-Podcast diskutieren wir darüber, ob die Sorge vor einem e

The Bunker


Daily: The hidden dirty work that props up our economy

From drone pilots and prison guards, to the undocumented migrants who man industrial slaughterhouses, it takes an army of workers to carry out modern society’s most morally problematic jobs. But where are these hard-to-access workplaces, and who are the people toiling within it? Eyal Press, author of Dirty Work, joins Justin Quirk to discuss his meetings with prison guards from America and Abu Ghraib, why big tech won’t necessarily make the world a more equal place…and the awful conditions facing animals and workers in the food industry today.

“The United States has the largest prison system in the world, but it's pretty much entirely hidden from view.”

“The largest mental health services in the United States aren't hospitals, but prisons.”

“We effectively still have a system where wealthy people can pay poorer people to fight their wars for them.”

“It was easier for me t


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.



The Future for Ukraine, The Republican Party, and the Climate

Ali Velshi is joined by Kyle Cheney, Legal affairs reporter for Politico, Olivia Troye, Former Homeland Security Advisor and Counterterror Advisor to VP Pence, Dr. David Skorton, President & CEO at Association of American Medical Colleges, Bonnie Schneider, Author of “Taking The Heat: How Climate Change is Affecting Your Mind, Body, & Spirit and What You Can Do About It”, Lt. Gov. John Fetterman, Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania, Katie Benner, Pulitzer Prize-winning Department Reporter at New York Times, Rep. Stacey Plaskett, Representative for the U.S. Virgin Islands, Lt. Col. (Ret) Alexander Vindman, Fmr. NSC Director for Eastern Europe, the Caucuses, and Russia, and Jena Griswold, Colorado Secretary of State.

Face the Nation on the Radio

CBS News Radio

Face the Nation on the Radio 12/5

On this week's "Face the Nation" with moderator Margaret Brennan; five states have reported cases of the new Covid-19 Omicron Variant. Is it too early to sat if it has less severity as other variants? We'll hear from former FDA Commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb and Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy. Just how widespread is the Omicron variant around the world, and how can surveillance and sequencing tell us? We get insight on the virus and its mutations with illumina Why is the new variant of concern for the global community? How can international partners better sequence further cases and strains? We get the latest with the WHO's COVID lead Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove. Is Connecticut, one of the states to report a case of the Omicron variant, prepared for potential winter surges of COVID-19 in the Northeast? How can the state work to keep schools open? We'll hear from Governor Ned Lamont. (D-CT) Plus, new travel rules -- wh

The Showgram with Jim Richards


All the best audio from The Showgram with Jim Richards

AHDB Food & Farming

Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board

315: New sector chair stands up for dairy farmers

In this episode of AHDB’s Food and Farming podcast, John Bates talks to Lyndon Edwards, dairy farmer and new chair of the AHDB Dairy sector council, to find out more about his background, his experiences so far and his aspirations upon joining the AHDB board.

Lyndon Edwards was appointed as Dairy sector chair and began his three-year term in September. Lyndon is an experienced organic dairy, beef and arable farmer with more than 40 years’ experience in the agricultural industry.

Shape the future of farming

Levy payers are at the heart of everything we do, so it’s only right that we give you a greater voice in how we spend your levy. Find out how your levy is invested and how it makes a difference to your business and the industry. 

In April 2022, you’ll get to have your say on the challenges you want AHDB to focus on and the services we will deliver for you in the future

Viracasacas Podcast


#258 "Redes de Omissão" - com JairmeArrependi

Saudações Pessoas! No Viracasacas dessa semana recebemos a inigualável Jairmearrpendi para uma conversa sobre como o Twitter e outras redes sociais ignoram seus próprios Termos de Uso para proteger mentirosos, teóricos da conspiração e narcisistas perigosos de toda espécie. Nem no meio da maior pandemia do último século as empresas do Vale do Silício se moveram para conter uma imensa torrente de desinformação. Essa omissão fez com esses difusores de mentiras ganhassem influência, poder e dinheiro através da venda do pânico. Primeiro negaram a própria existência do vírus, depois correram para dizer que não havia pandemia, sabotaram medidas sanitárias, recomendaram remédios sem qualquer eficácia e, por último, passaram a negar a eficácia da vacinas. Não satisfeitos com isso, se organizaram para produzir conteúdo desestimulando a vacinação. Líderes políticos e religiosos que encabeçaram esse movimento, todos eles inseridos

Africalink | Deutsche Welle

DW.COM | Deutsche Welle

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. […]

Digital Brief


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 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



Excerpt: /237/ Three Articles: Italy, Ukraine, Matrix

We take on Italy's election of a new president and what that tells us about permanent crisis, the EU and the curtailing of democracy; we ask how serious the risk of war in Ukraine actually is; and review a film we haven't seen.
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3 Articles:

As war looms larger, what are Russia’s military options in Ukraine?, The Economist 

How the EU destroyed Italian democracy, Thomas Fazi & Paolo Cornetti, Unherd

Boringly postmodern and an ideological fantasy, Slavoj Zizek, The Spectator 


Chartbook #70 Draghi for President?, Adam Tooze, Substack

How serious is Vladimir Putin about launching a major Ukraine offensive?, Max Seddon, FT 

Good Weekend Talks

The Age and Sydney Morning Herald

The specialist craft of feature writing

This week we hear from two Good Weekend senior writers about a pair of blockbuster stories published in 2021, both of which are shortlisted in the over 4000 words category in the upcoming Walkley awards, to be held in Tamworth in February.

Good Weekend Editor Katrina Strickland discusses the art of longform magazine writing with Tim Elliott, author of Last Shot: The fantastical life of Jock Zonfrillo, a deeply read story that really set a new standard for the celebrity profile piece; and with Melissa Fyfe, who captivated readers with her story on the death of Ashleigh Petrie: The 23-year-old court clerk, the 68-year-old magistrate who became her fiance - and the tragedy that followed.

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L'Edito Politique


Du lundi au vendredi, Olivier Bost passe l’actualité politique au peigne fin et apporte son expertise des affaires publiques avec un soupçon d'impertinence et toujours quelques grammes de sourire.

Inside Politics

The Irish Times

Is Boris Johnson on the brink?

Pressure continues to build on UK prime minister Boris Johnson. Denis Staunton has the latest from London. But first Jack Horgan-Jones and Jennifer Bray talk about Minister for Justice Helen McEntee's plan to tackle gender-based violence and the growing optimism that Covid-19 rules can be relaxed and ultimately dismantled. See for privacy and opt-out information.

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”

In The Thick

Futuro Media

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. […]



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Benjamin Norton

Podcast reporting on the end of US unipolar hegemony and the transition to a multipolar world (*Moderate Rebels has ended, and this show will continue where it left off*) // Podcast informando sobre el fin de la hegemonía unipolar de EEUU y la transición a un mundo multipolar

Ricochet Podcast

The Ricochet Audio Network

E576. Cowboy Poets Society

Apologies for being a tad late today, but thankfully the whole gang is back in action! Today we’ve got Susan Ferrechio, chief congressional correspondent for the Washington Examiner. She takes on all comers: from Democrats playing election projection, to the bored and tired people in charge, to talk of a (collective gasp!) Clinton comeback. Susan has thoughts on all of it. Follow her on Twitter @susanferrechio.
The fellas also chat about Biden’s utterly indecent speech in Georgia; also the tragic passing of Terry Teachout and they ponder a viral thread on the worst drives in America.
Stuck on a boring roadtrip this weekend? Be sure to pass the time with us!
Music from this week’s podcast: Baby, I Love You by The Ronettes

L'invité de 8h20 : le grand entretien

France Inter

Une personnalité dans l'actualité, sous le feu des questions Rendez-vous sur l'application Radio France pour découvrir tous les autres épisodes.

Conservative Daily Podcast

Conservative Daily

Max McGuire and Joe Oltmann host this daily podcast taking the fight to the radical left and spineless GOP and giving listeners the knowledge and tools they need to fight back as well



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Fear & Malding

Kast Media | Hasan Piker & Will Neff

On Fear & Malding Hasan Piker and Will Neff look at recent events from a left-leaning, satirical point of view. In an era where real life events transcend any comedic writing, Fear & Malding attempts to make sense of the senseless mania by looking at the material reasons behind actions, and offers historical perspective when necessary. Hasan and Will refuse to shy away from asking important questions like "Are democratic politicians intergalactic space vampires?", "Does Nancy Pelosi smell like sulfur?", and "Is there a more valiant social justice cause than Intactivisim?" 

POLITICO's Off Message


POLITICO takes you behind the scenes with Washington's power players to uncover what's really driving politics and policy in the nation’s capital.

POLITICO's EU Confidential


Latvia's war worries — Neutrals for NATO? — Polish MEP Patryk Jaki

We take the temperature in the Baltics amid fears of a Russian attack on Ukraine and unpack how the U.K. is handling the crisis. We also talk to conservative Polish MEP Patryk Jaki about his government's clashes with Brussels.POLITICO's Charlie Duxbury joins the podcast panel from Latvia to report on how people in the Baltic nation are dealing with the prospects of a new war in their neighborhood.He's joined by podcast regulars Andrew Gray and Matthew Karnitschnig to explore whether the tension over Ukraine is moving traditionally neutral Sweden and Finland closer to NATO membership.Our U.K. political correspondent Annabelle Dickson unpacks Boris Johnson's strategy when it comes to Ukraine and how party scandals surrounding the PM may be playing into things.Our special guest is Patryk Jaki, a conservative member of the European Parliament from Poland. Jaki spoke to POLITICO's Jan Cienski about how he got his

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When the Facts Change

The Spinoff

Summer reissue: An epic intergenerational wealth transfer

When the Facts Change is taking a short break over summer. We'll be back with new episodes soon, but until then here's one of our most popular episodes of 2021.From July: Over the last 30 years, a generation of voters and politicians made a decision to stop investing in infrastructure – it’s expensive, and it means you can’t cut taxes or keep rates low. Now we’re seeing the collective catastrophe of this underinvestment landing on our heads in the form of labour shortages and massive housing affordability problems. In this episode, Bernard Hickey reveals an intergenerational wealth transfer worth $1 trillion, and how it could be atoned for and reversed – if only to ensure the culprits can enjoy watching their grandchildren grow up healthy, warm and in person. Guests: Ockham Residential founder Mark Todd and Stephen Sutorius, owner of Thames Pacific.When the Facts Change is brought to you by The Spinoff Podcast Network