Bannon’s War Room

WarRoom Battle Ground Ep 46: Biden Increases Ukraine Funding To 40 Billion; Missouri Race Heats Up; Mom’s Are Rising Up In School Boards Across The Country; The Tea Party Continues Their Fight

We discuss what is happening on the ground in battleground states ahead of the 2022 elections. 
Our guests are: Boris Ephsteyn, Eric Greitens, Tiffany Justice, Debbie Dooley, Kerry Mcquisten, Eli Crane
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The NPR Politics Podcast


American Conservatives Are Smitten With Hungary's Increasingly Autocratic Leader

A prominent conference of American conservatives — the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) — will take place in Hungary this week. Prime Minister Viktor Orban, who has curtailed institutional checks on his power and railed against immigration and LGBTQ rights, will be the keynote speaker.This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, congressional correspondent Susan Davis, and national political correspondent Mara Liasson.Support the show and unlock sponsor-free listening with a subscription to The NPR Politics Podcast Plus. Learn more at 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.

Louder with Crowder

Blaze Podcast Network

BUFFALO VS WAUKESHA KILLINGS: We Expose Corporate Media's Political Agenda

The tragic Buffalo shooter exposes more about the media than it does about “white supremacy.” We compare coverage to when the shooter didn’t fit the preferred narrative. Also, Big Tech is doing all it can to protect Anthony Fauci. And why does elderly pop star Madonna insist on being disgusting? #Buffalo #TuckerCarlson #Fauci


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The President's Daily Brief

The First TV

Each morning, the President of the United States receives a highly classified briefing on the most important issues facing the country -- The President's Daily Brief. Now you can hear your very own PDB, in the form of a podcast hosted by former CIA Operations Officer Bryan Dean Wright. Each morning at 6am Eastern, he'll bring you 20 minutes of the most important topics of the day and why you should care, arming you with what you need to know to help solve America's most pressing challenges. 

Breaking Points with Krystal and Saagar

Breaking Points

5/9/22: Ukraine War, Roe v Wade Politics, Elon's Twitter Plans, Psaki Departure, Free Speech, Biden Betrayal, & More!

Krystal and Saagar talk about the US and Russian escalation in Ukraine, the politics around abortion, Elon Musk's plans for Twitter, Jen Psaki's next move, Rand Paul on free speech, Biden's betrayal of workers, NYT's Musk smears, and deeper data on abortion opinions with Mohamed Younis!

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The Daily Wire

The Mask Mandates Are Over! But Here’s Why We Shouldn’t Celebrate

Candace asks if we should really be celebrating getting our basic rights back after the mask mandates ended for airlines.

The Bulwark Podcast

The Bulwark

Tim Alberta: The Poisoning of the Evangelical Church

Conspiracy politics are turning evangelicals against each other as the Church becomes increasingly radicalized — an unraveling that went into overdrive during the shutdown. Tim Alberta joins Charlie Sykes today to discuss the war for the soul of the Church.
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FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight, 538, ABC News, Nate Silver

The Ohio Primary And Draft SCOTUS Opinion

In this late night edition of the podcast, the crew covers both the results of the Ohio Senate primary and the leaked draft opinion from the Supreme Court that would overturn Roe v. Wade.

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

Premiere Networks

Daily Review with Clay and Buck - May 17 2022

Primary Day! We Spoke with the Top Three PA Contenders: Oz, McCormick, and Barnette. Charles Gasparino of Fox Business Network: Biden's Incompetence Is Scary. NV Senate Candidate Adam Laxalt on Why His Seat is Critical for the Future of the Party.

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Tim Pool Daily Show

Tim Pool

HUGE Wave Of Democrats Quit, 11 Admin Staff & 31 In Congress Quit As GOP Set To Win 2022 Midterms

HUGE Wave Of Democrats Quit, 11 Admin Staff & 31 In Congress Quit As GOP Set To Win 2022 Midterms. Biden can't escape his failures on the economy and foreign policy.

Republicans are sitting pretty with polls showing a huge red wave is coming to the midterms. Democrats seeing little hope have begun to abandon ship.

Questions about whether Joe Biden will even run for president in 2024 linger as Trump 2024 is all but guaranteed.

Inflation, gas prices, and skyrocketing costs are unavoidable for Democrats.


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Morning Joe

Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, MSNBC

Morning Joe 4/18/22

Russian forces step up attacks in Eastern Ukraine

Deadline: White House

Nicolle Wallace, MSNBC

“A lot of very deadly tentacles”

Nicolle Wallace discusses growing threats to election security. Plus, the Supreme Court leak signals more radical opinions to come, Sen. Paul blocks the passage of Ukraine aid, Pennsylvania’s ultra-MAGA Senate candidate, and the fight to protect democracy.Joined by: Amy Gardner, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Michael Steele, Michele Goodwin, Gen. Barry McCaffrey, Helene Cooper, Nick Corasaniti, David Jolly, Dasha Burns, Jocelyn Benson, Max Boot, and Cal Perry

The Al Franken Podcast

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Dahlia Lithwick and Joyce Vance on the Alito Draft

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The Victor Davis Hanson Show

Victor Davis Hanson and Jack Fowler

Couldn't, Shouldn't Be President

On this weekend edition, cohost Sami Winc asks Victor Davis Hanson to talk about historical figures who tried but failed to become president: Aaron Burr, Henry Clay, and William Jennings Bryan. Victor finishes with an excursus on the Democrat's dilemma in the midterms.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Human Events Daily with Jack Posobiec

Turning Point USA


Jack Posobiec digs into the Buffalo New York shooting along with the insane ramblings included in the manifesto, what is the New York State Rifle & Pistol Association V. Bruen Supreme Court case and what does it mean, India bans wheat exports, and Ashley St. Clair at Post Millennial has a new piece out all about her 2021 warning about US formula shortages.Here’s your Daily dose of Human Events with @JackPosobiec Buy three boxers and get one free by going to GETUNDERTAC.COM with offer code POSOSave up to 65% on MyPillow products by going to and use code POSORegister for TPUSA’s Student Action Summit in Tampa, FL at

The Lincoln Project

The Lincoln Project

Vladimir Putin’s Chaos Strategy

Host Reed Galen is joined by John Sipher, a foreign policy and intelligence expert who served 28 years in the Central Intelligence Agency’s National Clandestine Service. They discuss the history of Russian intelligence and how that history has led to where things currently stand regarding Russia and Ukraine. Plus, why did the American foreign policy establishment and intelligence community seemingly forget about Russia until now and how do we combat the inevitable Russian interference in the 2024 election?

Verdict with Ted Cruz


Ep. 124 - Lying Sacks Of Crap

With no one left to out-sleaze but themselves, America’s bigoted media elites up their game. Senator Ted Cruz joins Michael Knowles straight from the Senate floor on the heels of the vote that defeated the radical Left’s national abortion agenda—and the amount of daylight between the reporting and the facts is blinding. And as the far-left Democrat machine sics its intimidation mobs on the families of our nation’s top justices, the media goes for a second KO: “mostly peaceful,” anyone? In the mailbag, your favorite principled podcasters look at the ideological composition (and future) of the GOP, address rumblings about “national divorce,” and reveal how they take their ☕️ 
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John Solomon Reports

John Solomon

GOP Rep. Rodney Davis: Jake Sullivan has 'no credibility’, RussiaGate targeting Trump, was 'direct attack on America’, its ‘freedoms’

Rep. Rodney Davis (R-IL) weighs in on the recent news dropped over the weekend by John Durham exposing the extent of the Clinton campaign spying and concocting the “Russian Collusion” story, saying that “it is absolutely treasonous and should have never happen in a country like ours, somebody needs to go to jail for what they tried to do to President Trump, and anyone associated with him.” The Congressman went on to comment on the credibility of Jake Sullivan, who is the current National Security Adviser to President Biden and a former adviser to Hillary Clinton, saying that not only does he “have a credibility gap”, but Sullivan’s actions “is a direct attack on America and America’s freedoms”. Spying “on a presidential campaign of the other party, creating lies that they know are not true, trying to link Trump to Russia before h

All In with Chris Hayes

Chris Hayes, MSNBC

New texts show GOP lawmakers’ desperate attempt to steal 2020 election

Guests: Jacqueline Alemany, Harry Litman, Evan McMullin, Helene Cooper, Marc Caputo, Elie MystalExplosive new reporting on new texts released by the January 6th committee. Why was Senator Mike Lee demanding the Kraken Lawyer get access to Donald Trump? Tonight: What these newly released texts say about the early days of Trump's coup. Then, the furious response from Russia as the Pentagon confirms their flagship vessel was sunk by Ukrainian missiles. Plus, renewed outrage, as Florida joins the states that are trying to ban abortion. And he's a no-show for his own primary debates, so why is Herschel Walker challenging Elie Mystal to one? 

The PoliticsGirl Podcast

Meidas Media Network, Leigh McGowan

The Problem with the Media

Between Tucker Carlson doing an entire prime time segment on the brown M&M's shoes, to The New York Times printing deceptive clickbait titles and op-eds from known liars because they think it’ll sell, to major corporations systematically buying up and dismantling our entire media structure in the shadows, something has clearly gone wrong with media in America. This episode takes a look at how our media got off track, what we should be looking out for, and why we should be demanding better laws, stronger repercussions and more personal accountability. We need to be thoughtful about what we’re reading and watching and seeing because the way we’re going now is completely unsustainable. 
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Stay Tuned with Preet


The "Culture Wars" (with Symone Sanders)

In 2015, at 25 years old, Symone Sanders was hired as the National Press Secretary for Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign. She went on to hold senior communications positions for President Biden’s 2020 campaign, and for Vice President Harris in the White House. Now, she’s the host of Symone, an opinion show on MSNBC. Preet speaks with Sanders about the private personalities of her famous bosses, the strength of the Biden administration’s message, and how to reach “non-political group chats.”

Plus, Preet addresses the upcoming hearings on the Jan. 6 insurrection, and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene’s claims that she can’t recall text messages from that day. 

In the bonus for CAFE Insiders, Sanders discusses the value of the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’s recent actions around gerrymandering and anti-LGBTQIA+ legislation. To listen, try the membership for just $1 fo



67: Kushner, Musk and another police shootings

The #SistersInLaw convene this week to look at the nepotistic dealings of Jared Kushner in Saudi Arabia, and how bribery statutes and the emoluments clause might apply.  They also discuss how free speech relates to tenure when professors talk hate and Elon Musk’s attempt to buy Twitter, then cover the shooting by police during a traffic stop in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

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NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt

Lester Holt, NBC News

Monday, May 16, 2022

Lester Holt anchors from Buffalo, New York with our coverage of the deadly supermarket mass shooting. We look at rising hate crimes in the U.S. and how social media could fuel violence. Investigators say a separate shooting at Geneva Presbyterian Church in California was a hate-filled attack.

The Lost Debate

Lost Debate

Ep 24 | BLM GNF Funding, Gerrymandering, Enes Freedom, Nuclear Fusion, Oscars

A recent exposé in New York Magazine outlines the murky finances of the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation. Ravi, Cory, and Rikki discuss the allegations in the piece. We take a look at an egregiously gerrymandered map in Alabama before diving into the wider issue with partisan gerrymandering nationwide. Rikki shows us a new ad FIRE is running with Enes Kanter Freedom during the Beijing Olympics, and Ravi talks us through a breakthrough in nuclear power. Plus, it’s Oscars season! We discuss the increasingly irrelevant awards show and talk about the nominees none of our hosts have seen.

[1:02] BLM Funding
[12:28] Gerrymandering
[23:37] Enes Kanter Freedom
[30:25] Nuclear Fusion
[40:16] Academy Awards

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War on the Rocks

Ryan Evans

Ukraine's Military Advantage and Russia's Stark Choices

Our friend Michael Kofman popped in for another conversation with Ryan about where things stand in the Russo-Ukrainian War. He gives a wide-ranging assessment of Russia's unfavorable position as it musters an offensive in the Donbass that might be the last one that the Russian military is capable of launching before it is a spent force. From Ukraine's advanced Western kit to holdouts in Mariupol to the naval state of play to Russia's dire manpower shortages, Mike and Ryan discuss it all. Mike also gets into the nitty gritty on Russian infantry manning levels. 


The Daily Wire

Systemic Racism in the Police Force

That stats don’t lie. Ben debunks the leftist myth of systemic institutional racism in the Police Force.

Hold These Truths with Dan Crenshaw

Dan Crenshaw

The Truth About the Ukraine Aid Package and What People Get Wrong About It | Rep. Mike Gallagher and Rep. Mike Waltz

Congressman Mike Gallagher and Congressman Mike Waltz join us to talk about why Americans should support Ukraine's war against Russian invaders. We cover the $40 billion aid package which the House passed this week, fact-check the oft-repeated falsehoods about the war and America’s support for Ukraine, and take a broader look at America's Cold War with Russia and China. Congressman Mike Gallagher has represented Wisconsin’s 8th District in the U.S. House of Representatives since 2017. Mike served for seven years on active duty in the United States Marine Corps, including two deployments to Iraq. Mike also served as the lead Republican staffer for the Middle East and Counterterrorism on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. Follow him on Twitter at @RepGallagher. Congressman Mike Waltz represents North Central Florida, is a Colonel in the National Guard, and

Why Is This Happening? The Chris Hayes Podcast

Chris Hayes, MSNBC & NBCNews THINK

What It's Like to Be Great at Something with Dirk Nowitzki

Seven-foot-tall Dirk Nowitzki is one of the greatest NBA players in history. Throughout his illustrious and landmark career, he’s redefined the sport through his signature moves, unique mindset and approach. His extraordinary story is the subject of a book published in March of 2022, “The Great Nowitzki: Basketball and The Meaning of Life,” a culmination of seven years of writing by award-winning novelist and sportswriter Thomas Pletzinger. Basketball is Chris’ favorite sport, so it really was a special treat to have the Dallas Mavericks superstar on WITHpod. Nowitzki joins to talk about the role of mentorship, going from the German suburbs to being one of the Top 75 Greatest Players of All-time, the mental toll and expectations of stardom, staying grounded and more.

Common Sense with Dan Carlin

Dan Carlin

Show 323 - Gas Up the Cold War

Vladimir Putin has instantaneously reignited the Cold War by savagely attacking Ukraine this week. In response to requests, Dan shares a few thoughts.

The Weeds


The scourge of the “time tax”

Dylan Matthews and Dara Lind are joined by Annie Lowrey (@annielowrey), a staff writer at the Atlantic, to talk about why it’s so hard for people to get government benefits. Frequently called the “time tax,” the administrative burden of applying for and distributing government benefits leads to thousands of people not getting the aid they qualify for. 


Annie Lowrey on Code America’s efforts to fight the Time Tax
Pamela Herd and Don Moynihan's book on administrative burden
Why Is It So Hard to Make a Website for the Government? from the New York Times
White paper — Program Recertification Costs: Evidence from SNAP
A sudden change to SSI eligibility had huge, lasting negative consequences

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Dara Lind (@dlind), Weeds co-host, Vox

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Advisory Opinions

The Dispatch

Judge's Letter Fails to Disclose Conflict of Interest

On today’s episode, David and Sarah pop from topic to topic, including a discussion of a very strange letter, a brief foray into the Electoral Count Act, a few observations about the Trump top secret document revelations and the most recent John Durham filing. They wrap up with Olympic nonsense. The Russians are at it again. Show Notes-Judge Clemon's letter to President Biden-J. Michael Luttig: “The Conservative Case for Avoiding a Repeat of Jan. 6”-Latest John Durham filing-Reuters: “Anti-doping agencies, IOC brace for drawn-out Valieva case”

The Editors

National Review

Episode 407: Inflation Aggravation

Editors' Picks:Rich: Charlie’s corner post “Trevor Noah Is a Moral Disgrace”Charlie: David Harsanyi's piece “Why Is Joe Rogan So Popular?”Maddy: Dan McLaughlin’s Corner post "Nikole Hannah-Jones Responds to Our 1619 and Slavery Issue"MBD: Butler’s piece “Yes, Let’s Call ‘Beijing’ Peking’Light Items:Rich: Bird-feeder newsCharlie: Steven Fry reading Sherlock HolmesMaddy: Manhattan Institute eventMBD: Sig P210 Carry

Kash's Corner

Kash Patel

To many Americans, the name Kash Patel has become legendary after he uncovered key aspects of one of the biggest scandals in American history—surveillance of a presidential campaign and then sitting president on the basis of unverified and suspect research by the opposing campaign. After two decades working in key roles in America’s national security apparatus, Kash Patel now joins Epoch Times senior editor Jan Jekielek in this exclusive Epoch Times production looking at the most pressing issues of our time, from terrorist threats to corruption in the highest seats of power.

The Stew Peters Show

Stew Peters

Dr. Robert Malone on MRNA Accountability, WHO Replace World Constitutions, Troops Face Purge

Thursday on the Stew Peters Show, the creator of the deadly mRNA bioweapon technology answers drilling questions on construction of the jab, Moderna, peptides, and more!
Australia correspondent Maria Zeee reports on the expansion of tyranny down under, as the government cracks down on purebloods, hospitals commit mass fraud, the elites freeze more bank accounts, and WHO plans to destroy all constitutions and overrule with vaccines.
And, a 20-year vet of the U.S. military joins Stew to blow the whistle on the forced vaccinations and ideological purges inside the ranks, which are leading our military to a hellish state of weakness.
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Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments Media LLC

OA593: Roe Was Never About a 'Right to Abortion'

It is absurd to say "point to where in the Constitution it says you have a right to an abortion." Legally speaking, there's something a lot deeper and more basic going on. As we all already know, this leaked decision makes a mockery of the law. Andrew has some further deep-diving for us on how the court, a mere 20 years ago, ruled in the opposite direction on similar legal questions. Many of the same Justices were a part of that ruling. Listen and learn! Links: Court press release, Draft Dobbs opinion, Abortion Policy in the Absence of Roe | Guttmacher Institute, Hodes & Nauser v. Schmidt, 87(R) SB 8, Arkansas SB 149 (2019), Lawrence v. Texas, Bowers v. Hardwick, 478 U.S. 186 (1986), Carey v. Population Services Int'l, 431 U. S. 678 (1977)

The New Yorker: Politics and More

WNYC Studios and The New Yorker

The Battle After Roe v. Wade

Assuming that Justice Samuel Alito’s final opinion in the Mississippi abortion case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization gets majority support, there will be profound social, political, and health-care implications across the United States. Margaret Talbot, Peter Slevin and Jia Tolentino assess the world after Roe. Opponents will surely not stop by leaving abortion at the state level but will try to ban it under federal law. Tolentino discusses fetal personhood, the legal concept that a fertilized egg is entitled to full legal rights, which severely compromises the bodily autonomy of a pregnant woman. There is already speculation that access to birth control and same-sex marriage could be challenged. “If people feel panicked about all those things, I wouldn’t invalidate that,” Tolentino says. But focussing on the immediate post-Roe future, she says, presents enough to worry about. “This is a universe of panic on its own.”

Playbook Deep Dive


Putin’s new war, inside and out

It’s an event that Russians, Ukrainians and the rest of the world have
been thinking about, but one that many people didn’t think would
actually happen: Vladimir Putin’s invasion of Ukraine. Tense warnings
and attempts at diplomacy have been discarded, with airstrikes and
resistance arriving instead. Today, Playbook author Ryan Lizza talks
with two journalists — Nataliya Gumenyuk and Uliana Pavlova — about the
events unfolding in Kyiv and along the Russian border right outside of
the Donbas region.

Ryan Lizza is a Playbook co-author for POLITICO.
Natalia Gumenyuk is a reporter in Kiev.
Uliana Pavlova is a freelance journalist in Moscow.
Kara Tabor is a producer for POLITICO audio.
Carlos Prieto is a producer for POLITICO audio.
Jenny Ament is the senior producer for POLITICO audio.

The Great America Show with Lou Dobbs

Lou Dobbs


Globalization drives global warming: 15 of the largest container ships pollute as much as a million cars. Those 5,400 container ships heat ocean water at the rate of 4 nuclear bombs a day, melting icebergs from the bottom not the top says Jonathan Bass. China is building 6,500 coal-fired plants in 63 countries. Foolhardy Americans support China’s environmental planet destruction. China enforces its rules and breaks ours, pollutes the planet and no one has the guts to call them out.   GUEST: JONATHAN BASS, CEO & OWNER OF PTM IMAGES

Amarica's Constitution

Akhil Reed Amar

Professor Akhil Reed Amar, Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science at Yale University and one of the nation's leading authorities on the Constitution, offers weekly in-depth discussions on the most urgent and fascinating constitutional issues of our day. He is joined by host Andy Lipka and guests drawn from other top experts including Bob Woodward, Lawrence Lessig, Neal Katyal, Michael Gerhardt, and many more.

The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg

The Dispatch

The Right Side: Part 2

Jonah and Matt Continetti continue their tremendously nerdy adventure through the history of American conservatism today, taking us from the 1970s to the present. In a conversation tailor-made for holders of the Remnant bingo card, they discuss the Reagan Revolution, the Clinton years, the future of the conservative movement, and much more. Can the contemporary right hold off resurgent anti-Americanism? Could fascism happen here? And how many more times will Matt need to appear for Jonah to ask everything that’s on his mind?Show Notes:- Matt’s page at AEI- The Right, available now- Part 1 of Jonah and Matt’s shameless nerdfest- Buckley’s The Unmaking of a Mayor- Barry Goldwater’s The Conscience of a Conservative- Milton and Rose Friedman’s Two Lucky People- Kevin Phillips’ The Emerging Republican Majority- John Patrick Diggins’ Ronald Reagan: Fate, Freedom, and the Making of History- Stephen F. Hayward’s The Age of Reagan- Jonah: “Appetite for Power”

Brian Kilmeade Show

FOX News Radio

Critical Republican Primary in PA Looms as Experts Predict Recession is Coming

Kathy Barnette on her controversial tweets at 01:23:26, Dr. Mehmet Oz responds at 01:32:00.

[00:18:39] Josh Rogin

[00:40:39] Michael Goodwin

[00:55:19] Kurt Volker

[01:23:26] Kathy Barnette

[01:32:00] Dr. Mehmet Oz
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The Beat with Ari Melber

Ari Melber, MSNBC

New texts reveal GOP lawmakers pushing Meadows to overturn the election

MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Friday, April 15, and reports on the Jan. 6 probe, the conflict in Ukraine, critical race theory, and the RNC's decision to abandon presidential debates. Neal Katyal joins.

The 11th Hour with Stephanie Ruhle


DAY 462: New audio released of McCarthy after 1/6

Newly released tapes show Rep. Kevin McCarthy feared some far-right lawmakers could incite violence against fellow colleagues after the Capitol riot. It comes as the Jan. 6th committee plans to ask the top Republican in the House for an interview again. Meantime, Russia warns of “real” nuclear risk over Ukraine. Plus, a Ukrainian oligarch who got rich thanks to help from the Kremlin is now denouncing Vladimir Putin, even as he fights extradition to the U.S. on corruption charges. And Pres. Biden announced new energy efficiency regulations to phase out old-fashioned incandescent lightbulbs, reversing a Trump administration policy. Claire McCaskill, Michael Steele, Tali Farhadian Weinstein, Jeremy Bash, William Taylor, Ali Velshi and Tom Winter joins.


Keith & Kevin Hodge

Transvestite Says “Gender Is Oppression..”

Transvestite Says “Gender Is Oppression..”


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The David Pakman Show

David Pakman

4/18/22: Math is Next Anti-CRT Target, 10 Mass Shootings Over Easter

--On the Show: --Seth Moskowitz, journalist writing about American politics and technology and editor of Persuasion Magazine, joins David to discuss his recent article The Reactionary Trap. Read the article: --Easter weekend 2022 in the United States sees 10 mass shootings, three of them major enough to make the national news --Florida and Ron DeSantis are now targeting math textbooks over "Critical Race Theory" in the latest culture war --A video of President Joe Biden allegedly shaking hands with thin air and appearing disoriented has gone viral, but a cursory review of the video shows it to be quite different --Kentucky has effectively banned abortion --Fox News propagandist Tucker Carlson's latest special on testosterone and masculinity includes a fitness "expert" talking about tanning testicles --Alex Jones' Infowars has filed

The Young Turks

TYT Network

Union Busters

By a bipartisan vote of 53-47, the Senate has forced the nomination of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson out of the Judiciary Committee -- putting the judge on track for final confirmation by week’s end. Amazon’s internal messaging app now has an automatic word monitor that would block a variety of terms that could represent potential critiques of Amazon’s working conditions, like “slave labor,” “prison,” and “plantation,” as well as “restrooms” — presumably related to reports of Amazon employees relieving themselves in bottles to meet punishing quotas. The Biden administration is proposing a major policy change that it believes will help 200,000 uninsured Americans get comprehensive health plans while making coverage cheaper for an additional 1 million people. The Tennessee GOP proposed a bill that would eliminate age requirements for marriage. Ron DeSantis’ office delayed the release of records of an associate of Matt Gaetz.Hosts: Cenk Uygur, Ana Kasparian*** 

The Monica Crowley Podcast

Crossover Media Group

The Monica Crowley Podcast is a whipsmart, fast-paced, sassy blend of politics, culture, history and humor, all brought to you with the sunny optimism of Ronald Reagan's "Happy Warrior" spirit.  Monica Crowley has - uniquely- served two American Presidents: Richard Nixon in his last years as Foreign Policy Assistant, and Donald Trump as Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. A high-profile TV and radio personality, she’s a New York Times bestselling author, popular columnist, and savvy, funny host who delivers one-of-a-kind insights and interviews. The Monica Crowley Podcast is true appointment listening.

The Dispatch Podcast

The Dispatch

California's Fiscal Future

Lanhee Chen is running for state controller in California, but what does a state controller do? Steve gets that answer, plus Chen’s thoughts on California’s fiscal state and his plan if he wins the election. Chen also discusses his experience running Mitt Romney’s 2012 presidential campaign’s policy shop. Show Notes:-Chen’s campaign website-Los Angeles Times endorses Chen’s campaign

Girl and The Gov, The Podcast

Maddie Medved & Sammy Kanter

Girl and the Gov, The Podcast strives to provide a platform for young women to engage with the evolving political sphere in an approachable, digestible, and accessible way. Co-hosts Sammy Kanter and Maddie Medved, aim to provide an inside look at the ins-and-outs of government and politics through engaging interviews with leaders in the field and segments that address the questions everyone wants to ask but never does. In this podcast, there’s no question too stupid, no rock left unturned, and no mysterious jargon. Follow us on Social: Instagram: @girlandthegovthepodcast Twitter: @girlandthegov1 Support this podcast:

The Liz Wheeler Show


Ep. 106: What To Make of the Don’t-Say-Gay Fray

"Don’t say gay" is the phrase of the week, coined by the radical Left and relating to a new piece of legislation they would like you to believe harms gay youth. Of course, that’s not at all what it does. Liz presses the mute button on the CNN party line to break down what Florida Senate Bill 1834 actually is and why it’s necessary to preserve our education system. And for Locals VIPs only, there are some major updates on the severity of Omicron. This is The Liz Wheeler Show.

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WORLD HELL ORGANIZATION -- Zach Vorhies & Sarah Westall

Zach Vorhies and Sarah Westall join me to discuss the World Hell Organization's attempted coup of the Republic of the United States, the ongoing FREE SPEECH lawsuit against Google and You Tube and much more. Thanks for tuning in SubscribeStar friends!
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The Hunter Biden - Jared Kushner Payoff (w/ Zach Dorfman & Frank Figliuzzi)

When former Hong Kong Minister Patrick Ho was flying in to New York City's John F. Kennedy Airport in November of 2017, he was arrested by the FBI for bribery and money laundering charges. The first call he made was to James Biden, brother of the then former Vice President and now President. James Biden later said the call was a mistake, that Ho was actually trying to reach his nephew, the President's son Hunter Biden. And for good reason, newly authenticated documents show that Hunter Biden had gotten a million dollar retainer from Ho, just one tranche of as much as five million dollars that flowed to both Hunter and James Biden from the former Hong Kong official and his boss Ye Jianming, a billionaire oil tycoon with past ties to a front for the people's liberation army. The details of the Biden's relationship with Chinese interests emerged in fits and starts. Much of it originally dismissed b

Uncommon Knowledge

Hoover Institution

Are We Dumb about Intelligence? Amy Zegart on the Capabilities of American Intel Gathering

Amy Zegart is a fellow at the Hoover Institution, a professor of political science at Stanford University, and the author of a new book, Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The History and Future of American Intelligence. In this frank conversation, Zegart grades American intelligence-gathering operations, recent and historical, and compares them to their counterparts in China and Russia. Professor Zegart also discusses Silicon Valley’s crucial role in these operations and how they often conflict with the politics of the people running tech companies. Finally, Zegart discusses the crucial ability of the intelligence community to recruit the next generation of spies and analysts, some of whom may be her own students.
Recorded on March 17, 2022

The Buck Sexton Show

Premiere Networks

Old Biden’s Huge Teleprompter Can’t Fit in the Oval Office

Look, Mr. Magoo should never have been made President of the United States, but the Democrats are ruthless and reckless, so now we have an almost 80-year-old dementia patient who needs a teleprompter for speeches that is so big, it literally can’t fit in the Oval Office. Let’s hope that the ruling elites constant antagonism of Russia doesnt result in a major war with a nuclear armed power, as our Commander-in-Chief isn’t fit to command a tugboat in a bathtub. Plus, the Left continues to lose its mind over the impending SCOTUS decision. 

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Intelligence Matters

CBS News Radio

Global Effects of Russia's War in Ukraine: Oil and Energy Expert Mark Finley

In this episode of Intelligence Matters, host Michael Morell speaks with Mark Finley, fellow in energy and global oil at Rice University's Baker Institute, former senior economist for British Petroleum, and former analyst and manager at CIA. Finley explains the effects of Russia's invasion of Ukraine on global oil and gas markets and why current Western sanctions may not immediately meaningfully curtail Moscow's energy revenues. Morell and Finley also discuss how the rest of the world may experience price shocks stemming from growing commodities prices, including the risk of a recession. See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan

Andrew Sullivan

Jonathan Haidt On Social Media’s Havoc

Haidt is a social psychologist and Professor of Ethical Leadership at the NYU Stern School of Business. He also co-founded Heterodox Academy. His latest book is "The Coddling of the American Mind," but our discussion centered on his new piece for The Atlantic, “Why the Past 10 Years of American Life Have Been Uniquely Stupid,” a history of social media. Get full access to The Weekly Dish at

No Compromise


A One-Man Propaganda Band

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

The Ben Ferguson Podcast


All out war in GOP PA Senate race. I talk with Senate candidate David McCormick about why Dr. OZ is NO conservative

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The Chad Prather Show

Blaze Podcast Network

Ep 601 | Staged Reality: America Distracted ONCE Again by Hollywood Elites | Guest: Adam Guillette

If you turn on any TV today, you’ll see Oscar-winner Will Smith b***h-slapping comedian Chris Rock. Could this be a staged occurrence used to distract America and the world? On Saturday, President Biden delivered a speech in Poland and, trying to be his best Ronald Regan, decided to utter the words Putin “Cannot remain in power.” Is this something a sitting president should say about a superpower nation? Parents in Idaho should be paying close attention because CRT is still being taught in schools, but under a new name. Adam Guillette, president of Accuracy in Media, joins the podcast and names Cindy Dion, an administrator in Nampa, ID, as admitting the rebranding of “social-emotional learning” as “mental health.” Parents, is this what you voted for?
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The ReidOut with Joy Reid

Joy Reid, MSNBC

Texts show Republican lawmakers' efforts to overturn the election

Joy Reid leads this edition of The ReidOut with new details exposing the extent of some Republican lawmakers' efforts to overturn the election. Texas Congressman Chip Roy and Senator Mike Lee of Utah reportedly turned out to be early enthusiasts of the Big Lie, as shown in a series of damning text messages to then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows. Next, we discuss the fact that Ukrainian officials have announced that more than 900 civilian bodies have been discovered in the region surrounding the capital of Kyiv, adding that most of them were "executed." We discuss what could come next in Vladimir Putin's war on Ukraine. Plus, Democratic nominee for governor of Texas, Beto O'Rourke joins Joy on current Texas Gov. Greg Abbott sabotaging $150 million dollars worth of food and triggering an economic crisis that jacked up food prices even further, apparently hurting Americans just to prove that he

The Focus Group with Sarah Longwell

The Bulwark

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. […]

Newt's World

Gingrich 360

Episode 410: Bill O’Reilly on Killing the Killers

Trail-blazing TV journalist Bill O’Reilly, the best-selling author of the Killing history series, joins Newt to talk about his latest book: “Killing the Killers: The Secret War Against Terrorists”. They discuss America’s intense global war and manhunt against the terrorist extremists that not only carried out the attacks on 9/11 but also executed hundreds of others, both on American soil and globally. They also discuss America’s efforts to defeat Al Qaeda and ISIS worldwide.

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Hagmann Report

The Hagmann Report

The Entire System is in an Orchestrated Collapse | John Moore Joins Doug Hagmann | The Hagmann Report (FULL SHOW) 5/16/2022

For show notes, links and complete description, visit Hagmann Report is brought to you by EMP Shield - Promo Code HAGMANN for $50 OFF!IMPORTANT LINKS:DONATE: ( COFFEE: ( Hagmann Report provides news and information based on a combination of exclusive investigative work, proprietary sources, contacts, qualified guests, open-source material. The Hagmann Report will never be encumbered by political correctness or held hostage to an agenda of revisionist history.Join Doug Hagmann, host of the Hagmann Report, Weekdays @ 7 PM ET.ON THE GO? SUBSCRIBE TO HAGMANN’S PODCASTiTunes: ( ( (https://www.iheart.

The Brian Lehrer Show


Celebrating by Going Without

As three major religious holidays overlap today, listeners share what it means to them to give up something for Lent, fast for Ramadan, or go without leavened bread during Passover.

Talking Feds

Harry Litman

DOJ: Inside the Insurrection Investigation

In our periodic return to our roots, Talking Feds checks in the Department of Justice for a close look at public developments and a scrutiny from the most experienced DOJ veterans of what lies behind them. New York Times DOJ reporter Katie Benner, & Paul Fishman & Andrew Weissman, both richly experienced in all levels of the DOJ, join Harry to work through what’s going on inside DOJ with the 1/6 investigation and Merrick Garland’s probable thinking, and what lies ahead for DOJ and the country.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

The Realignment

The Realignment

201 | Demetri Kofinas: What’s Next in Ukraine?

Demetri Kofinas, host of the Hidden Forces podcast, joins The Realignment to discuss the West’s future relationship with Ukraine, how to shut out the noise and think for yourself, and a broader discussion about the state of American politics and public discourse.

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Federalist Radio Hour

Radio America

Why The Super Bowl Halftime Show Sparked A Generational War

On this episode of “The Federalist Radio Hour,” Inez Stepman, a senior policy analyst at the Independent Women’s Forum and host of the “High Noon” podcast, joins Federalist Culture Editor Emily Jashinsky to analyze why the Super Bowl halftime show sparked a generational war.

Words To Win By

Wonder Media Network

Changing the Narrative About First Nations - Australia

Starting in 2019, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander advocates began an ambitious two year effort to flip the script on sovereignty, self-determination and justice for First Nations. Now, after comprehensive communications training and robust messaging research, campaigners are making new gains on land rights and tackling damage to the climate.Learn more about the show at WordsToWinBy-Pod.comFollow Anat on TwitterFollow Wonder Media NetworkWebsiteInstagramTwitter

Radio Atlantic

The Atlantic

Barack Obama on Disinformation and The Future of Democracy

Disinformation is the story of our age. We see it used as a tactic of war and to further embolden autocrats.. The very tools that once helped pro-democracy movements are now being used to disseminate falsehoods—misleading the public and threatening the strength of democracies around the globe. 
Former President Barack Obama and editor in chief Jeffrey Goldberg talk about disinformation—how to define it, how to combat it, why it threatens democratic stability around the world, and how future generations can uphold truth.
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POLITICO Playbook Daily Briefing


Jan. 7, 2022: Biden finds a new Manchin whisperer

The White House is looking to Sen. Mark Warner (D-Va.) to help thaw out
its frosty relationship with Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) in hopes of
resurrecting President Joe Biden's Build Back Better plan.

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"YOUR WELCOME" with Michael Malice


Dave Smith - Episode #206

Michael Malice (“YOUR WELCOME”) is joined by frequent guest, comedian, and host of the Part of the Problem podcast, Dave Smith, to talk about the recent news surrounding Roe v Wade, how this can impact the election in November, and the likely strategies each party will deploy leading up to the decision. 

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NBC News

Books and Backlash

 The fight over diversity in Southlake’s Carroll Independent School District is back in the headlines and has a new focus — books. Teachers are worried about a new Texas law that limits instruction on contentious topics, and one of them secretly records a meeting in which a Carroll administrator offers an unexpected piece of advice: If teachers share books about the Holocaust with students, the administrator says, then they should also offer books on “opposing perspectives.” Teachers are incredulous, and the recording sets off an international backlash. In this special bonus episode, we speak with a former librarian at Carroll Senior High School, who retired early instead of continuing to navigate the battle over books, as well as a 12-year-old student whose mother pulled him out of the district after he faced severe bullying over his sexuality. And we have new details on what could be a game-changing development in Southlake: a federal civil rights invest

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Sam Seder

2775 - The De-Stabilization Of The World Through Commodities w/ Rupert Russell

Sam and Emma host writer and filmmaker Rupert Russell to discuss his recent book Price Wars: How the Commodities Markets Made Our Chaotic World, on how the profits in Wall Street come from placing bets on the products most central to our society’s functioning. First, Rupert situates his studies over the past decade, originating with his work on the Arab Spring and studying the cascade of revolution in the wake of one of the biggest spikes in food prices, with millions becoming highly at risk for starvation worldwide at the start of the 2010s. Then, he, Emma, and Sam look to Friedmanomics to explain why we look at pricing the way we do, and dive into the role that finance plays between the seller and buyer binary, bringing in futures trading originally to provide a sense of stability and speculation for necessary production (e.g. food), before Alan Greenspan and Larry Summers came along under Clint

GZERO World with Ian Bremmer


China's uphill battles, from Putin to COVID: Newsweek's Melinda Liu

The relationship between Putin and Xi is a "marriage of convenience," journalist Melinda Liu tells Ian Bremmer on the GZERO World podcast. Russia's war in Ukraine has put China in an awkward spot: they condemn the invasion, but not the invader.   Liu, who has been Newsweek's Beijing bureau chief for decades, believes that Xi is likely as isolated and surrounded by sycophants as Putin, which makes predicting what he'll do next very hard. Chinese coverage of the war hasn’t been consistent, and neither is China’s historical relationships with Ukraine and Russia.     She also explains why Xi's biggest problem right now is not Putin, but rather China's zero-COVID policy, which now has 26 million people under lockdown on Shanghai. China is facing a challenge they never saw coming — and that "hits right to the soul."  

Rudy Giuliani's Common Sense

Rudy Giuliani gives insight on leadership, courage and the most pressing issues of our time.

The Morgan Zegers Show

Morgan Zegers

Conquering Big Tech with Ruth Edmonds

Morgan Zegers, founder of Young Americans Against Socialism and owner of, is joined by guest Ruth Edmonds to discuss solutions to the censorship of thought and limiting of access to information in America. 

Connect with Ruth Edmonds: A Digital Commonwealth, a web portal for freedom-loving Americans to access News & Information, Podcasts, Interactive Forums, A Business Directory, an E-Commerce Freedom Marketplace and a Resource Center rich in American history and key resources for sustaining our Liberty. Our Mission is to connect, unite and empower the majority of Americans who cherish our Constitution, our Liberty and our Freedom.

iGen Politics


133: Rachel Vindman

Jill and Victor are joined by renowned activist and host of “The Suburban Women Problem” podcast Rachel Vindman to look at her life journey and her family’s role in the impeachment of Donald Trump.  They take on the dangers of political extremism, how our national rhetoric heated up beginning with Obama’s Presidency, and the erosion of standards in the public square.

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Jill Wine-Banks: Twitter | Facebook | Website | Author of The Watergate Girl: My Fight For Truth & Justice Against A Criminal President | iGen Politics

Victor Shi: Twitter |Medium | Blog w/Jill Wine-Banks |  Former Biden Delegate: @Bideninaugural | iGen Politics

The Backstory with Andrew Neil

Tortoise Media

A series of in-depth conversations from Britain's most forensic interviewer. Andrew Neil speaks to people with the power to shape events, and to influence our understanding of them. Subscribe to get a new episode every Tuesday. Tortoise members get access to a weekly bonus episode every Friday called Inside the Interview where Andrew reflects on the conversations he has with his guests. You'll also get access to more of our journalism, and invites to exclusive events. For half price digital membership for £50 go to and enter the code AndrewNeil50. See for privacy and opt-out information.

The President's Inbox

Council on Foreign Relations

The Middle East’s Reaction to the Invasion of Ukraine, With Steven A. Cook

Steven A. Cook, CFR’s Eni Enrico Mattei senior fellow for Middle East and Africa studies and director of the International Affairs Fellowship for Tenured International Relations Scholars, sits down with James M. Lindsay to discuss how countries throughout the Middle East are responding to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Articles Mentioned on the Podcast
Steven Cook, “The Middle East Kumbaya Moment Won’t Last,” Foreign Policy, May 6, 2022
Books Mentioned
Steven Cook, False Dawn: Protest, Democracy, and Violence in the New Middle East (2019)

American Prestige

Daniel Bessner & Derek Davison

A podcast from Daniel Bessner and Derek Davison that provides listeners with everything they need to know about what’s going on in the world.

Fox Across America w/ Jimmy Failla

FOX News Radio

High gas prices are a problem of Biden’s making… and People across America weigh in on the pain at the pump

On Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla, Founder and Executive Director Of Power The Future Daniel Turner sheds light on what President Biden could be doing to try and lower the soaring gas prices throughout the U.S. PLUS, Jimmy gets an assist from the callers, who let him know how much they’re currently paying at the gas pump. 
[00:00:00] Why Biden won’t take action to increase domestic energy production
[00:37:30] Callers weigh in on how much they’re playing for gas
[01:07:20] Daniel Turner
[01:14:14] Callers discuss gas prices and electric cars
[01:32:50] More callers on the pain at the pump 
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The Mel K Show

Mel K

Mel K With Charlie Ward On The Global War, Great Awakening Situation Update 2-14-22

Mel & Charlie together again for we the people.   Getting educated, activated and getting in the fight is critical for each and every constitutionally minded, god, country & family loving human on earth.  One way to activate is to join us on The Reawaken America Tour.  We encourage you all to show up at any patriot event and also to support all constitutional, freedom loving candidates & patriots in our collective mission to retake our country and way of life.   Together we are unstoppable!

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Checks and Balance from The Economist

The Economist

The Gerry Callahan Show

Studio 550

Trevor Noah's Hypocrisy Arc

Trevor Noah adds his voice to the chorus of hypocritical celebs coming down on Joe Rogan, but check out Noah's history with racial humor. Howard Stern has Al Michaels on, does he ask about the Flores situation or the NFL throwing games? Mayor Wu harasses a bunch of high-schoolers, and NPR has nothing better to do besides pay three people to write about emoji skin color   Want extra content? Get daily livestreams and one extra show per week on Locals:   Support our sponsors: "GERRY" for 20% off $100 orders "Gerry"

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

ABC News

Full Episode: Sunday April 10, 2022

As more evidence of Russian war crimes in Ukraine emerges, Jonathan Karl interviews Kyiv Mayor Vitaliy Klychko about the Russian atrocities around Kyiv, the latest in the war, and NATO’s response. Then, after President Biden attended multiple events with people who later tested positive for COVID-19, White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci weighs in on how protected the president is from the disease. 

Firebrand with Matt Gaetz

Congressman Matt Gaetz

Episode 42 LIVE: Ultra MAGA – Firebrand with Matt Gaetz

Today on FIREBRAND: Congressman Matt Gaetz responds to Joe Biden's comments about Republicans' "Ultra MAGA" agenda, dives into a trove of newly declassified information about Saudi Arabia's involvement in the 9/11 terror attacks, admonishes the uni-party in Congress for spending our nation's money on another forever undeclared war in Ukraine, and more! Watch on Rumble:

Bad Faith

Briahna Joy Gray & Virgil Texas

Episode 172 - Student Debt: Nothing to Forgive

After Biden teased "significant" student debt relief last week, Republicans and corporate Dems lost their minds coming up with bad faith arguments against student debt cancellation. Briahna caught up with consumer debt attorney and debt jubilee advocate Sparky Abraham about where we are in the fight for student debt cancellation, and what the best arguments are against means testing student debt reform. How should Briahna handle the "Harvard" question: e.g. why did you choose to go to an elite, expensive school? Why are liberals alighting with Laura Ingram and Mitt Romney on student debt cancellation? Are Democrats intentionally dangling 10k of debt cancellation because they know that's a better deal (for banks) than extending the moratorium? And why is no one talking about usurious interest rates? Subscribe to Bad Faith on YouTube to access our full video library. Find Bad Faith on Twitter (@badfaithpod) and

Straight White American Jesus

Bradley Onishi + Daniel Miller

The Far-Right Microtargeting Platform Radicalizing Churches + QAnon Yoga Moms

Brad speaks to filmmaker Kat Gellein Viken who is the co-creator of two recent documentaries on churches, conspiracy, and the war on democracy. In 2020's People You May Know, Gellein and her co-creator Charles Kriel connect the dots among the Council for National policy, American oligarchs, and nefarious data mining firms. The film follows a trail that eventually reveals how churches are collecting their parishioners' most sensitive data and how that data is being sent to political operatives in order to use it as a weapon to wage war on democracy. In 2022's Dis/informed the duo pull back the curtain on the 12 sources of disinformation that account for over 60% of the pandemics spread of disinformation. This time, the trail leads to online wellness spaces full of yoga moms into alternative medicine and natural remedies. The filmmakers reveal how yoga moms became allied with conspiracy theorists and

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?

Hold The Line Podcast

Sean Feucht

How It Happened


Putin's Invasion Part IV: The View from Russia

In part four of How It Happened: Putin’s Invasion, Axios World editor Dave Lawler digs into polling indications that Russians are rallying around their president even as Western sanctions and global condemnations escalate.

This episode features interviews with a top political opposition leader, the director of the leading independent polling firm in Russia, a prominent sociologist from the Moscow School of Social and Economic Sciences and a journalist on the ground in Moscow. 

Across these interviews, Lawler sets out to learn why the more horrific the allegations against Russia — such as the apparent massacre of civilians in Bucha— the stronger the impulse seems to be to reject them as lies. 

Credits: This episode of Putin's Invasion was reported by Dave Lawler, Alison Snyder, and Naomi Shavin. Sara Fischer and Emily Peck contributed reporting. It was produced by Naomi Shavin. Alison Snyder

The Breitbart News Daily Podcast


Big Joey Back on the Drill Baby Drill Train! Guests: Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg, Rep. Markwayne Mullin

On today's Breitbart News Daily podcast - drill baby drill! Big Joey does a 180 on energy as he looks to lower gas prices across the country. Brandon needs a bailout now from the oil and gas industry to produce more, which will go along his authorization of tapping the nation's strategic reserves to the tune of a million barrels a day for six months. Wonder how the green AOC/Bernie crowd feels about this. Jerome breaks it down. Then, Brandon acknowledged International Transgender Visibility Day by not telling the truth on bills banning teachers from talking/teaching about sex to 8-year olds. Plus, the southern border is about to go from really bad to worse. Our first guest is Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg (U.S. Army, Ret.) who analyzes the latest on the Ukraine situation and how we need to keep an close eye on China. The second guest is Rep. Markwayne Mullin (R-OK) who talked about Bi

The Daily Punch

Punchbowl News and Cadence13

Feb. 14, 2022

The latest on government funding, Ukraine and what's happening on the U.S.-China bill.
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Pod Save the People

Crooked Media

Enjoy the Music (with Joah Spearman)

DeRay, Kaya, De'Ara and Myles cover the underreported news of the week— including a baby formula shortage, an all-Black cast opera show, a recent release from Kendrick Lamar, and a new historical cookbook. DeRay interviews activist and entrepreneur Joah Spearman about his candidacy for Austin City Council, District 9. News:DeRay’Ara Transcript coming soon.

I Don't Speak German


Daniel Harper is a researcher who goes where few others can bear to go: he listens to what the reactionaries - from the IDW to the modern day Nazis - say to each other in *their* safe spaces! In this timely and shocking - but entertaining - anti-fascist podcast, Daniel tells his friend, online writer Jack Graham, all about it.

Face the Nation on the Radio

CBS News Radio

Face the Nation on the Radio 4/10/22

This week on "Face the Nation," with Russian forces moving forward with a brutal assault on Eastern Ukraine, we talk to White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan about what more the U.S. can do to help. Then, a conversation with former FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb about a possible spring COVID surge. Joining the program is Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester to discuss rising costs in the U.S. And finally Former Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson on the crisis at the southern border.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Richard Syrett's Strange Planet

Richard Syrett

691: The Trucker Uprising


 Richard welcomes a U.S. constitutional lawyer to discuss the massive trucker protest sweeping across Canada and the world. He'll explain the role of civil disobedience in democracy and when it crosses the line.

Guest: Jonathan W. Emord has been practicing constitutional and administrative law before the federal courts and agencies since 1985. Having begun his career as an attorney in the Federal Communications Commission during the administration of President Ronald Reagan, Emord has maintained an abiding conviction to achieve full First Amendment protection for the freedoms of speech and press. In 1991, he authored the critically acclaimed Freedom, Technology, and the First Amendment in which he chronicled the intellectual foundations of the First Amendment and advocated replacing government control over the airwaves with a title registry, private property rights




The Intercept

A Truce In Yemen

The Yemen cease-fire, which took effect last week, is the first serious truce between the country's warring parties in six years. The factions in Yemen agreed to a two-month truce proposed by the United Nations. And on Thursday, Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi, Yemen’s exiled president, said he would transfer power to an eight-member presidential council, suggesting progress in ending the war. All of this comes on the heels of a new Yemen War Powers Resolution — announced by Reps. Pramila Jayapal, D-Wash., and Peter DeFazio, D-Ore. — to end U.S. involvement in the war. Hassan El-Tayyab, the Friends Committee on National Legislation’s legislative director for Middle East policy, joins Ryan Grim to discuss the cease-fire, efforts to end the war in Yemen, factors at play, and the likelihood of finally seeing an end to the war and humanitarian crisis in the country. See for privacy and opt-out information.

The Smerconish Podcast


The Russian invasion in Ukraine has caused division in the Orthodox Christian Church

Michael welcomes Father John Jillions, former professor at St. Vladimir Seminary, and a former parish priest in Bridgeport, CT, to discuss a New York Times piece that caught Michael's eye, just before Orthodox Easter this weekend: "Ukraine War Divides Orthodox Faithful." Original air date 22 April 2022.

El Washington Post

The Washington Post

Alemania envía armas a Ucrania. Trump y México. Vacuna contra el cáncer de mama en Colombia

Del cambio de la política alemana hablamos con Carolina Chimoy de la Deutsche Welle. De Donald Trump, con Arturo Sarukhan, ex embajador mexicano ante la Casa Blanca. Y de la vacuna contra el cáncer de mama, con el doctor Carlos Alberto Parra

Intelligence Squared

Intelligence Squared

How to Make Democracy Work for Everyone, with Yascha Mounk

During an era of identity politics, culture wars and increasing awareness of the structural biases that contribute to global inequality, it’s easy to become pessimistic about the possibility of making diverse democracies work. Yascha Mounk is a writer and political scientist whose recent book, The Great Experiment: Why Diverse Democracies Fall Apart and How They Can Endure, offers analysis of how our fractured societies can acknowledge the injustices of the past, while moving forward towards conciliation and cooperation. Hosting the discussion is BBC journalist and broadcaster Ritula Shah.
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Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Andrea Chalupa & Sarah Kendzior

Teaser - The Dangerous Lack of Urgency Around the Jan. 6 Investigations

Happy Valentine's Day! Subscribe today to access all episodes of Gaslit Nation by signing up at the Truth-teller level or higher. You won’t hear every weekly episode unless you subscribe:

Can't Cancel Rob Smith

The First TV

Episode 96: Crime, Inflation, And Incompetence: A Very Biden Thanksgiving

In Biden’s America, crime is rising, inflation is making your holiday dinner more expensive than ever, and the incompetents leading the administration don't seem to have any answers. In this 'Problematic', Rob breaks down everything that is hurting Americans leading into the holiday season, plus he breaks down why a crazy MSNBC guest bashing Thanksgiving as 'violent' and 'genocidal' is so dangerous to American unity.
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The Chuck ToddCast: Meet the Press

Chuck Todd, Meet the Press

Post Game: "Putin will not stop"

Russian attacks on Ukraine reached a new high point this week, with an ever-increasing number of shellings on civilians and children in major Ukrainian cities. The New Yorker’s Robin Wright joins Chuck to get a first draft of how this moment will go down in Russian history.

Conservative Daily Podcast

Conservative Daily

Dr. Ardis Provides Update on Venom Theory of COVID

Dr. Ardis revealed bombshell information providing a connection between the symptoms and characteristics of snake venom and COVID 19 this Monday. He joins us again today to provide an update since revealing this information in the wake of new research he has been made aware of and to provide further insight.
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The Damage Report with John Iadarola

TYT Network

Epic Flail

Far-right figures coalesce around support for Russia. Vladimir Putin fires 1,000 members of his staff over security concerns. Josh Hawley launches a vile attack against Ketanji Brown Jackson. Eric Trump & Mike Flynn receive unusual gifts at a Reawaken America event. New data reveals millions of lifesaving Covid treatments are sitting unused on pharmacy shelves. Co-Host: Brett Erlich (@bretterlich)Become a TDR YouTube Member: Follow The Damage Report on Facebook: build the Home of the Progressives to The Damage Report YouTube channel: The Damage Report on TikTok: The Damage Report on Instagram: Follow The Damage Report on Twitter: Madison Cawthorn

The Daily California w/ Steve Hilton

Steve Hilton

Ep. 93 This Democrat Wants To Investigate Hunter Biden ft. Dr. Tim Ursich, Jr. Candidate for US Senate

Steve and Kristen are joined by Dr. Tim Ursich, Jr, a different kind of Democrat who is running for US Senate in California. He talks about why he's running, why he believes in crypto, the difference between Public & Private sector Unions, and why Democrats should call out other Democrats for wrongdoing.

The Benny Show

Benny Johnson

DURHAM BOMBSHELL: Proof President Trump Was Spied On By Hillary and Obama -- Get Ready, What Happens NEXT Will Be HUGE

Durham Releases a BOMBSHELL: Clinton campaign paid to 'Infiltrate' Trump Tower, White House servers to link Trump to Russia, Pro-Mandate Celebrities were caught maskless at the Super Bowl last night, and We'll take a look at the Real Los Angeles vs. the one they showed on TV last night.

Tom Fitton's Weekly Update Podcast

Judicial Watch

The official podcast for Judicial Watch--a conservative, non-partisan educational foundation promoting transparency, accountability and integrity in government, politics and the law. Through our educational endeavors, we advocate high standards of ethics and morality in our nation’s public life and seeks to ensure that political and judicial officials do not abuse the powers entrusted to them by the American people. Judicial Watch fulfills its educational mission through litigation, investigations, and public outreach--because NO ONE is above the law!

The Dig

Daniel Denvir, Jacobin

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 Truth with Lisa Boothe


Episode 50: A Special Message From Lisa

Lisa looks back on 50 episodes of The Truth with Lisa Boothe. She also has some exciting news about the show!  
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The Tom Woods Show

Tom Woods

Ep. 2110 How to Build a Parallel Economy: A Case Study

Andrew Torba, founder and CEO of Gab, had to build everything from scratch -- his own servers, his own email autoresponder service, his own payment processor, and more -- after his free-speech platform was shunned and penalized by Big Tech. Here is a living example of how to build the parallel economy and society that so many are speaking about these days.

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

Salem Podcast Network

February 14th, 2022

Today's guests:

Steve Gaynor, Arizona Governor candidate.

Salena Zito, national political reporter, Washington Examiner/New York Post.

Jake Sherman, Punchbowl News co-founder.

Josh Kraushaar, politics editor, National Journal.

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Trump, Inc.

WNYC Studios

Introducing Will Be Wild

Andrea Bernstein introduces Will Be Wild, a new 8-part series about the forces that led to the January 6th insurrection and what comes next. Through in-depth stories from a wide range of characters – from people who tried to stop the attack to those who took part – hosts Andrea Bernstein and Ilya Marritz explore the ongoing effort to bring autocracy to America, the lasting damage that effort is doing to our democracy, and the fate of our attempts to combat those anti-democratic forces. Because January 6th wasn't the end of the story, January 6th was just a practice run.

Office Hours with Georgia Howe

The Daily Wire

Welcome to Office Hours with Georgia Howe, The Daily Wire’s companion show to the famous PragerU “5-Minute Videos.” Every week, converted liberal and former teacher Georgia Howe hosts an in-depth discussion with a PragerU expert about their 5-minute video topic. Georgia’s journey from the political Left offers a unique perspective when asking guests about topics like Communist China, socialism, or Antifa. Watch her unravel the lies that are told in America’s classrooms and go beyond the basics with these PragerU experts to hear their powerful stories.

Mad Dogs and Englishmen

National Review

Episode 352: Who Wants to Tax a Billionaire?

Kevin and Charlie discuss Biden’s proposed billionaire tax.

This Morning With Gordon Deal

Compass Media Networks

This Weekend with Gordon Deal April 16, 2022

A group thinks more political parties is the answer to the divided country, whose keeping theaters alive, and the U.S.F.L. is back this weekend.



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. […]

Lectures in History


Watergate 50 Years Later

American University professor Joseph Campbell teaches a class about the 1972 Watergate scandal and, what he calls, “the myth of heroic journalism.”
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Seann Walsh: Cancelled for a Kiss

Seann Walsh @seannwalsh is an acclaimed English comedian and actor. Watch Seann's brilliant comedy special on YouTube here:
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Majority 54

Wonder Media Network

A Teacher's Run-In with "CRT"

Kim Morrison, a Missouri high school teacher, was let go for allegedly teaching Critical Race Theory in her class. Ravi and Grace sat down with Kim to hear her side of the story and how what happened in her rural school district is a microcosm of the education debate raging across the country. Plus, protests over the leaked Supreme Court decision have the crew looking back at other court precedent and asking whether this vote in the Senate is a sufficient response. And Josh Hawley takes aim at a new enemy: Mickey Mouse. Listen to Season One of Ordinary Equality to learn amore about the ERA. If you've listened for a while, you know that Ravi and Jason would be nothing without their Athletic Greens. See what all the hype is about when you go to and get a free year supply of Vitamin D and 5 free travel packs with your order. Get the sofa of your dreams, customizable in every way from Allform. They're so easy to

Beyond Politics

Matt Robison and Paul Hodes

Paul Hodes is a former New Hampshire Congressman and National Co-Chair of Barack Obama's 2008 campaign. Matt Robison is a former senior congressional staffer and campaign manager. They host "Beyond Politics," a show that goes beyond the usual week-to-week news and political chatter, and examines the deeper issues driving American politics through interviews with senior insiders from government, universities, and political campaigns.

Net Assessment

War on the Rocks

Threats From Out of This World

Zack, Chris, and Melanie get together to discuss the latest Space Threat Assessment report from the Aerospace Security Project at CSIS. People all over the world are ever-more dependent on assets in space for normal activity in their daily lives, but there are few rules of the road in place to manage space behavior. Will it be possible to develop a system of cooperation that allows for freedom of movement in space but also protects the economic and national security of all countries? Should we be concerned about the rapid growth of private satellites and related equipment in space? Secretary of Defense Austin said that “Space is already an area of great power competition.” Given the interests of China, Russia, and the United States in space, are we heading into a space arms race? Chris has an attaboy for a thrilling victory at the Kentucky Derby, Zack remembers a friend who has departed too soon, and Melanie doubles down on America. Episode Rea

Kremlin File

Bunker Crew Media

Putin’s Purge (Andrei Soldatov)

Olga and Mo are joined by Andrei Soldatov, an investigative journalist and watchdog of the Russian secret services’ activities. With Putin lashing out on the world stage and purging the ranks, Andrei shares his POV on Russia's failure in Ukraine and who is to blame.

Andrei Soldatov is a Russian investigative journalist, co-founder of, a watchdog of the Russian secret services’ activities. He’s been covering security services and terrorism since 1999. He is co-author with Irina Borogan of The New Nobility: The Restoration of Russia’s Security State and the Enduring Legacy of the KGB (PublicAffairs, 2010), The Red Web: The Struggle Between Russia’s Digital Dictators and the New Online Revolutionaries, and most recently, The Compatriots: The Brutal and Chaotic History of Russia’s Exiles, Émigrés, and Agents Abroad. He is also a senior fellow at CEPA and contributes to the Moscow Times and various international pub

American Conservative University

American Conservative University

Mark Levin. Pelosi’s Gestapo, Jan 6th Political Prisoners Update, Ukraine, Lost Stealth Fighter in South China Sea.

Mark Levin. Pelosi’s Gestapo, Jan 6th Political Prisoners Update, Ukraine, Lost Stealth Fighter in South China Sea.

The race is on between the U.S and the Chinese to retrieve America's most advanced stealth fighter jet which has reportedly slid off the deck of a U.S Navy aircraft carrier in the South China Sea. U.S officials are concerned about China salvaging the aircraft before they do, to have a sample of the Navy's most elite warplane. Then, many are concerned with why America should do anything with Ukraine. If the U.S ignores its responsibility to defend Ukraine under the Budapest Memorandum of Security Assurances of 1994 it would be violating its part of the treaty. The founders warned against an activist court. Where is judicial review in the Constitution? It's not. This power exercised

Sinica Podcast


The rise and fall of U.S.-China scientific collaboration, with Deborah Seligsohn

This week on Sinica, Deborah Seligsohn returns to the show to talk about the sad state of U.S.-China scientific collaboration. As the Science Counselor at the U.S. Embassy in Beijing from 2003 to 2007 — arguably the peak years for collaboration in science — she has ample firsthand experience with the relationship. Debbi, who is now an assistant professor of political science at Villanova University in Philadelphia, sees the U.S. decision to dismantle what was a diverse and fruitful regime of collaboration as a consequence of the basic American conception of the relationship: our tendency to see that relationship as one of teacher and student. She also argues that the American obsession with intellectual property protection is fundamentally misguided and inapplicable to scientific collaboration, which rarely deals with commercial IP.3:15 – The rationale for prioritizing U.S.-China s

Quillette Podcast


Frances Widdowson on the Questions Canadians Aren't Supposed to Ask About Unmarked Graves

Former Mount Royal University professor Frances Widdowson describes the political, academic, and journalistic taboos surrounding the fate of Indigenous residential-school students in western Canada.

Palabra Libre

Néstor Duprey y Eduardo Lalo

Episodio 71 - Entre la arrogancia y la guerra

La “Marcha de la Indignación” encabezada por los maestros, bomberos y otros empleados públicos, la cobertura de los medios de comunicación, la arrogancia del gobernador Pedro Pierluisi, de la secretaria de la gobernación Noelia García, y el resto de Castalandia a la marcha, el “barril de tocino” de $50 millones que el Partido Popular Democrático intenta realizar con emisión de deuda para repartir políticamente y, lo último sobre la inminente invasión de Rusia a Ucrania.
Conducido por Néstor Duprey Salgado y Eduardo Lalo.
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KQED's Forum


Governor Says Cities And Local Districts Must Cut Water Usage As California’s Drought Worsens

Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday ordered cities, water districts and other agencies to tighten their conservation rules, as the state comes to grips with the realities of a drier-than-needed winter rainy season. “While we have made historic investments to protect our communities, economy and ecosystems from the worsening drought across the West, it is clear we need to do more,” Gov. Newsom said. “Today, I am calling on local water agencies to implement more aggressive water conservation measures.” The governor’s executive order focuses on the actions of the 420 largest water providers in the state, even as California’s urban residents have fallen far short of a goal set to voluntarily reduce their water usage. San Jose Mercury News natural resources and environment reporter Paul Rogers helps unpack the latest on the drought and the state’s new water rules.

Bo Snerdley's Rush Hour

Red Apple Media

Diana Mee | 01-28-2022

James Golden (AKA Bo Snerdley) chats with Diana Mee about Eric Adams's "war on crime, Amazon's working conditions, and the power of local elected officials.
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Krystal Kyle & Friends


Episode 68: Daisy Pitkin

We talk to author and organizer Daisy Pitkin about union organizing at Amazon, Starbucks, and beyond.

Fox News Sunday Audio

Fox News Sunday Audio Podcast

Fox News Sunday 04-10-2022

Fox News Sunday 04-10-2022
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The Dershow

Alan Dershowitz | Kast Media

Listen weekdays to The Dershow with Alan Dershowitz. Dershowitz hits the hot political and legal topics of the day with non partisan analysis, guests interviews, viewer questions, case of the week and so much more.

The World Next Week

Council on Foreign Relations

IMF-World Bank Spring Meetings, North Korean Commemorations, and More

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and World Bank convene for their annual Spring Meetings, rumors fly of a North Korean nuclear test on the one-hundred-and-tenth anniversary of Kim Il Sung’s birth, and COVID-19 cases surge across China. 
Articles and Reports Mentioned on the Podcast
Europe and Central Asia Economic Update: War in the Region, The World Bank, April 10, 2022
Michelle Nichols, "U.S. pushes U.N. to cut N.Korea oil imports, ban tobacco, blacklist Lazarus hackers,” Reuters, April 13, 2022



Ali Velshi live from Lviv, Ukraine

Ali Velshi is joined by NBC’s Molly Hunter in Kyiv, NBC’s Raf Sanchez from Lviv, Fmr. Director for European Affairs, National Security Council retired Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, Editor, Geopolitical Intelligence Services and former Chief Editor & Executive Director of the Kyiv Post Brian Bonner, Member of Ukrainian Parliament Dmytro Gurin, Russian opposition politician Vladimir Kara-Murza, Emergency Coordinator,Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF)/Doctors without Borders Alex Wade, former UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, former Representative of Jordan to the United Nations & former Ambassador of Jordan to the United States, and Professor, Practice of Law and Human Rights, The University of Pennsylvania Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, Political Editor and COO of the Kyiv Independent Oleksiy Sorokin, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm, and Russian American Historian and author of “Blowing Up Russia” Yuri Felshtinsky. Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukrain

In The Thick

Futuro Media and PRX

Two Years of COVID-19

Maria and Julio reflect on the last two years of the coronavirus pandemic with guests Umair Irfan, staff writer at Vox covering Covid-19 and climate change, and Kiera Butler, senior editor and public health reporter at Mother Jones. They discuss government response to the health crisis, the disproportionate impact on Black and brown communities and what we can expect next.

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For Vox, Umair Irfan dives into what is needed at a scientific research and policy level in order to spot the next pandemic virus.
Kiera Butler writes about what it means for the coronavirus to become an “endemic” disease in this piece for Mother Jones.
“The truth is that America’s battle with covid-19 has been more damaging than we like to think. And it is still ongoing,” writes Dhruv Khullar in this piece for The New Yorker.

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Red Menace

Red Menace

German Philosophy: Schopenhauer and Nietzsche

In this episode, Alyson and Breht introduce, teach, and discuss the philosphy of two giants in western philosophy: Arthur Schopenhaur and Friedrich Nietzsche.  They discuss their respective philosophies, how they relate, how they differ, the subsequent thinkers and movements they inspired or influened, their relation to politics right, left and center, their connection to eastern philosophies and religions, and much more!  Support Red Menace:

Time To Say Goodbye

Time To Say Goodbye

A strike against capital at Amazon

The podsquad reunites for all kinds of $$ talk: Andy's economics win, America's first Amazon union, and a Sinophobic "workers first" swing by an Ohio Republican. This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at

Fifth & Mission

San Francisco Chronicle

Newts Crossing: A Bay Area Biodiversity Crisis

Thousands of the salamanders die on Bay Area roads each year during breeding season. The toll in Los Gatos is one of the largest rates of reported wildlife roadkill deaths in the world. Two volunteer groups are on a mission to stop it. Chronicle reporter Tara Duggan joins host Cecilia Lei to discuss their efforts, and why protecting these delicate creatures is important for the environment. | Unlimited Chronicle access:
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Larry Kudlow Show




SCOTUStalk is a nonpartisan podcast about the Supreme Court for lawyers and non-lawyers alike, brought to you by SCOTUSblog. SCOTUStalk is hosted by Amy Howe and produced by Katie Barlow, Ellena Erskine, Angie Gou, and James Romoser. See for privacy and opt-out information.

Geopolitics & Empire

Geopolitics & Empire

Steven Mosher: The Pandemic Was Intended to Get Us To Accept the Social Credit System

Steven Mosher explains how China invented totalitarianism through the ancient school of thought known as Legalism which argues that all power ought to be concentrated in the hands of the state. After the Warring States period China was consolidated into the state of Qin (China) which sought to control important elements of the economy, form […]

The Practical Prepper

National Self-Reliance Initiative

Cancel Culture and Freedom of Speech | Speaking With Daisy Luther

On this episode, we are joined again by Daisy Luther of The Organic Prepper. Cancel culture, censorship, and accountability are present in the media and it's all controlled by one narrative. How is this happening in the USA? Is critical thinking and free speech at risk? Nick and Daisy also unpack some of the current events in Canada. This new dystopian direction is alarming. Canada is our neighbor, so it's a good idea to be prepared and pay attention to what's going on.   You can’t prevent a disaster, but you can certainly be prepared for it. Valley Food Storage is offering a special deal for our podcast listeners. Enjoy 15% off your entire order when you use the code PRACTICAL15.

Economic Update with Richard D. Wolff

Democracy at Work, Richard D. Wolff

Capitalism and Its Self-delusions

In the first half of this week's show, Wolff evaluates US capitalism as a system of production and distribution of goods and services. In the second half, he compares the evaluation with the very different self-image of dominant voices within US capitalism. His conclusion: US capitalism has peaked and finding it very difficult to face its decline.    

Way Too Early with Jonathan Lemire


Way Too Early 4/15/22

Warship sinking could be a major setback for Russia's navy

Radio Tragedy رادیو تراژدی

Hogoyeek Team

رادیو تراژدی بیستم: ویلیام خنو؛ گمشده در غربت Radio Tragedy 20

آنچه پیش‌روی شماست، قسمت بیستم از مجموعه پادکست‌های رادیو تراژدی است. در این رادیو هر ماه یک داستان واقعی با موضوعی تراژیک منتشر می‌شود. شماره بیستم: ویلیام خنو؛ گمشده در غربت | نويسنده: سوسن سیرجانی | راوی: كريم نيكونظر | اصلاح صدا و ميكس: رضا دولت‌زاده | ناشر: موسسه‌ی هوگویک

The Muckrake Political Podcast

CLNS Media Network

The Muckrake Podcast is the political podcast that promises to dig deeper. Political analysts Jared Yates Sexton and Nick Hauselman tackle the news of the day but go beyond the stale and tired narratives to provide historical context and alternative perspectives, all to bring a little order to chaotic times.

Can He Do That?

The Washington Post

Is ‘defund the police’ dead for Democrats?

Can Democrats clarify messaging on police reform? With states and cities taking police reform matters into their own hands, does the president run the risk of losing the support of the communities that played a huge part in getting him elected? Related reading and episodesBiden’s evolution on criminal justiceBiden makes his midterm message clear: 'Fund the police’The potentially dangerous politics of ‘defund the police’ for Democrats

The Byron York Show

Radio America

They Spied On Trump - The Truth

A recent court filing revealed some explosive information about Donald Trump..... he was in fact the target of spying. From informants to secret agents to the FBI, Byron dives into the facts of everyone that was involved. Unfortunately, it seems so many Democrats and anti-Trumpers were searching for a narrative that just wasn't there.

The Red Line

The Red Line

68 - How Effective are Economic Sanctions?

War is an increasingly complicated operation, and these days most battles are fought on excel spreadsheets as much as they are in the field. The US has just launched a barrage of sanctions against long time rival Russia, a far bigger fish than the usual target of such an economic attack. When the US sanctions Venezuela or Iran the blowback domestically is minimal, but what happens when sanctions are applied to a major economy what will the result be? Will this be the action that shakes the US's economic hegemony? Joining us this week is  - William Reinsch (CSIS) - Kate Bauer (Washington Institute) - Chris Miller (Tufts University) - John Parachini (RAND) Follow the show on @TheRedLinePod Follow the Michael on @MikeHilliardAus For more info please visit -

Flyover Conservatives

Flyover Conservatives

Slow to Write with Samuel Sey | Flyover Conservatives

In this episode of the Flyover Conservatives podcast David and Stacy Whited interviewd Samuel Sey. Samuel is a Ghanaian-Canadian who has started a phenomenal blog called, Slow to Write. He is committed to addressing racial, cultural, and political issues with biblical theologyFollow Samuel Here ► Sey’s Twitter ► Sam Directly ►► Sign Up For Our Newsletter! -► MEET US IN PERSON!! Text EVENTS to 40509► Support Flyover Directly -► Flyover Conservatives Gold and Silver Buyer of Choice-► Own Your Own Business As An Option To Avoid The Jab-► Use Promo Code “ Flyover” For Up To 66% Off When Checking Out At► Get $50 off of Dr. Sherw


Isaac Saul

Independent, non-partisan politics news where you'll hear the best arguments from across the political spectrum on the news of the day. Plus, fascinating interviews with people in the political world. Check out our newsletter: Support this podcast:

The McCarthy Report

National Review

Episode 160: Committee Woes

Today on The McCarthy Report, Andy and Rich discuss the numerous angles of the ongoing fight over January 6.



Why Biden’s social cost of carbon is in legal trouble

On Friday, a federal judge in Louisiana blocked the Biden
administration’s social cost of carbon estimate, a metric used by the
federal government  to calculate the future economic impacts of
present-day greenhouse gas reductions. POLITICO’s Alex Guillén explains
the judge’s ruling and how it could impact Biden’s green agenda.


Nirmal Mulaikal is a POLITICO audio host-producer. 

Alex Guillén is an energy reporter for POLITICO Pro. 

Carlos Prieto is an audio producer for POLITICO. 

Raghu Manavalan is a senior editor for POLITICO audio.

Jenny Ament is the interim executive producer of POLITICO’s audio

Texas Standard

Texas Standard

Texas Standard: February 14, 2022

Romancing the voters on this valentines day, Texas politicians in local and statewide races try to win over early voters in the nation’s first primaries. We’ll hear from the elections official of the state’s most populous county on a recent court decision in a fight against new voting regulations. Also, a Texas-based expert weighs in […]


Jordan Schneider

Conversations exploring China's tech scene, economy and politics. Guests include a wide range of policy analysts, business professionals, journalists, and academics. Hosted by Jordan Schneider and published on Lawfare. Please consider supporting me via Patreon and check out the newsletter on Substack

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

The Ricochet Audio Network

ID The Future: How Universal Common Descent Survives Failed Predictions (#1564)

On today’s ID the Future, philosopher of biology Paul Nelson discusses his chapter in a recent Harvest House anthology edited by host Casey Luskin, The Comprehensive Guide to Science and Faith. Nelson says the theory of universal common descent, a key component of modern evolutionary theory, has generated multiple predictions that have failed. The prediction […]

Law Talk With Epstein, Yoo & Senik

The Hoover Institution

California Dreamin’

The faculty lounge moves west, as Professors Richard Epstein and John Yoo both check in from sunny California (while resident cat-herder Troy Senik stays behind in frigid New York). On this installment: Did the Supreme Court’s parsing of the vaccine mandate pass muster? Have we figured out Justices Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, and Barrett yet? Can Donald Trump be held civilly liable for the January 6 riots? Did the Supreme Court sell the former president’s claims of executive privilege short? Is reforming the Electoral Count Act the most essential element of election reform? Is higher education a cartel (there’s a split in the faculty lounge)? And why did a Georgia sheriff trying to keep trick-or-treaters safe fall afoul of the First Amendment? 


Hoover Institution

Professor Epstein’s Potpourri: The Court, Some Pork, and a Dash of Musk

Richard Epstein covers our new Supreme Court Justice’s legal background, California’s overreach on pork, Merrick Garland’s January 6th investigation, and Elon Musk’s new position on Twitter’s board.

Beg to Differ with Mona Charen

The Bulwark

The Inflation Monster (with Noah Smith)

Noah Smith joins to consider whether inflation is really as bad as it looks and whether we can ever have a sensible immigration policy in our divided country.
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From Mona: "Why the Past 10 Years of American Life Have Been Uniquely Stupid" (The Atlantic):

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From Bill: "Christianism" (Liberties):

From Damon: "Le Pen and Trump Could Succeed Where the Russian Army Failed" (The Bulwark):

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Dollar & Sense: The Brookings Trade Podcast

The Brookings Institution

How workers got left behind in the pandemic while shareholder wealth soared

Molly Kinder, a fellow in Brookings Metro, discusses with host David Dollar her new report, “Profits and the pandemic” (co-authored with Katie Bach and Laura Stateler), which examines pay practices and financial outcomes during the pandemic-era of 22 of the nation’s largest companies. Kinder notes that most of the large companies enjoyed record financial gains during the pandemic, and that while a few did provide workers with pay raises that exceed a living wage, most did not, and the modest wage gains workers did receive have been wiped out by inflation. Show notes and transcript:  Dollar & Sense is part of the Brookings Podcast Network. Send feedback to, and follow us on Twitter at @policypodcasts.

Explicitly Pro-Life

Kristan Hawkins

Tune in every week for a new episode of Explicitly Pro-Life. The only podcast that focuses on how we can change the tide in America to overturn Roe v. Wade and shift the political playing field in America. This podcast is brought to you by Kristan Hawkins, the President of Students for Life of America, mother of four, and a fierce fighter for the preborn. Subscribe wherever you find your podcasts.

Washington Today


POTUS Biden not set to visit Ukraine, White House says

Today's program includes the latest on the war in Ukraine, remarks from CIA Director William Burns, and an interview with David Weigel of The Washington Post on Democrats, Redistricting, and a trip to the Supreme Court (17).
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We Dissent

Rebecca Markert

We Dissent is a monthly podcast by four secular women, who also happen to be powerhouse attorneys at the major secular organizations in the U.S. Join us as we discuss developments affecting the separation of church and state in the US Supreme Court and lower federal courts. We’ll also explore other advocacy work we do to help atheists and other nonreligious people outside the courtroom. We know there are so many atheist podcasts and legal podcasts and you have a lot to choose from, but we hope you’ll join us, the only legal podcast for atheists and agnostics hosted completely by women lawyers. We can’t wait to start these conversations. Look for our first episodes Spring 2022 wherever you get your podcasts.

The Marianne Williamson Podcast

Marianne Williamson

Whole Brain Living: A Conversation with Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor

Marianne Williamson discusses spirituality and brain science with stroke survivor and neuroscientist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor. The two talk about Dr. Taylor's recovery, the difference in the brains of boomers and millennials and how to create and keep a healthy brain. The conversation stems from Dr. Taylor's latest book, "Whole Brain Living: The Anatomy of Choice and the Four Characters That Drive Our Life." For more information visit or

American Thought Leaders

Jan Jekielek

Wokal Distance: The Campaign Against Joe Rogan and the Basis of Woke Ideology

“The notion of truth and objectivity is beginning to disappear.”
In this episode, we sit down with Wokal Distance, an expert in postmodernism and critical theory and a visiting fellow at the Center for Renewing America. We break down the underpinnings of woke ideology and the current campaign to cancel Joe Rogan.
“Think of postmodernism as being like a solvent or an acid. When you throw the acid onto the piece of metal, the metal doesn’t just evaporate [instantly]. It takes time. So the dissolving of objective truth isn’t an overnight process, but it’s been chipped away at. It’s been rusting slowly. It’s been crumbling since the ’60s.”

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The Suburban Women Problem

Red Wine and Blue

Books Over Boogeymen (with Charlotte Clymer and Lesléa Newman)

On today’s episode, Rachel Vindman, Jasmine Clark, and Amanda Weinstein cover a lot of ground: Alex Vindman’s new lawsuit, updates on Amanda’s mystery protestors, accountability, books, and the importance of representation for LGBTQ kids. They talk about how the right wing’s attacks on the trans and gay community is driven by fear and how so many Americans are one genuine conversation away from understanding and acceptance.Then Jasmine sits down with Lesléa Newman, the author of frequently-challenged books “Heather Has Two Mommies” and “Sparkle Boy.” Lesléa talks about why she writes books and how frustrating–and infuriating–it is to have her books banned. She also offers a historical perspective, as someone who’s had her books challenged for over 30 years, and weighs in on what’s new and scary about the book bans happening today.After that, Rachel gets the chance to chat with writer and trans activist Charlotte

Ken Matthews

USA Radio

The Ken Matthews Show ... with Liberty & Laughter for all. LIVE Weekdays, Noon - 3 pm ET / 9 am - Noon PT







The American Mind

The Claremont Institute

Don’t Say Don’t Say Gay | The Roundtable Ep. 106

The Rachman Review

Financial Times

PBS NewsHour - Brooks and Capehart

PBS NewsHour

Brooks and Capehart on Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation, restrictive new abortion laws

New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join Geoff Bennett to discuss the week in politics, including Ketanji Brown Jackson's historic confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court and states' efforts to install restrictive new abortion laws. PBS NewsHour is supported by -

Ricochet Podcast

The Ricochet Audio Network

Speaking Generally: Bill Barr on “One Damn Thing”

Even if it doesn't normally win popularity contests, we like to keep things candid (but fun) on the Ricochet podcast. And even if it cost US attorney general Bill Barr a few votes, we still want to hang out with him! He's just published his memoir One Damn Thing After Another, and the gang do what they can to get at all the damn things. Barr proves still-adept at handling himself when things are coming in from all directions.
Rob also talks Ukraine and reassess the way history repeats itself; Peter applauds Elon Musk; and James wonders about the "groomer" conversation.
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Horns of a Dilemma

Texas National Security Network

Getting Rid of Unpleasant (Nerve) Gas

In this week's episode of Horns of a Dilemma, we hear from author and journalist Joby Warrick about his new book, Red Line: The Unraveling of Syria and America's Race to Destroy the Most Dangerous Arsenal in the World. Warrick details the international effort to find, collect, remove, and destroy Syria's stockpile of Sarin nerve agent in 2013. Although the story was largely overshadowed at the time by the subsequent increase in violence in Syria's civil war and the rise of the organization that became ISIL, this effort was unprecedented in destroying an arsenal that, had it fallen into the hands of terrorists or been further used by the Asad regime, could have caused untold thousands of deaths and injuries.  Warrick spoke at the University of Texas, Austin, and is introduced by Paul Edgar, Associate Director of the Clements Center for National Security at the University of Texas, Austin.

Doomsday Watch with Arthur Snell


?? War Bulletin ?? The Truth about Russia's War Crimes

As Russia’s war crimes in Bucha are revealed to the world, are there more atrocities yet to be uncovered? And what should the world be doing to help Ukraine?
Journalist Romeo Kokriatski dials in to tell Arthur Snell about Putin’s plans for genocide, how the war has changed Ukraine, and why the West needs to do more.
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OPB Politics Now

Oregon Public Broadcasting

Portland reaches a deal with police, but has a long way to go on homeless camping

Portland leaders have taken care of one big problem on their to do list: This week, they reached a labor deal with the union representing rank-and-file police officers. But Mayor Ted Wheeler’s efforts to curb public camping by people experiencing homelessness has a long way to go.On this week’s show, Lauren Dake, Rebecca Ellis and Jonathan Levinson talk about the political of policing and homelessness.

Rapid Fire

Savanah Hernandez

Troops Headed Toward Ukraine As Australian Gov. Holds Sick Kids Hostage

In an attempt to divert from his train wreck of a Presidency, Joe Biden is continuing to instigate war between Ukraine & Russia by sending 3,000 troops closer to Ukraine. The Australian government has dropped a horrific new C*VID policy banning parents from seeing their sick kids. The Canadian Freedom Convoy is still going strong, resulting in threats of military involvement. And in other historic news, America’s national debt just topped 30 trillion dollars for the first time in history…







The Neoliberal Podcast

The Neoliberal Project

The SF School Board Recall ft. Autumn Looijen, Siva Raj & Steven Buss

What really happened during San Francisco's School Board recall, and what can we learn from it?  Organizers Autumn Looijen, Siva Raj and Steven Buss join the show to talk about the process of organizing the SF School Board recall.  We discuss why it was necessary to recall the Board, why this sort of thing pops up in San Francisco so consistently, what the driving factors behind the recall's success were, and what it means for our politics more broadly.   To make sure you hear every episode, join our Patreon at Patrons get access to exclusive bonus episodes, our sticker-of-the-month club, and our insider Slack.  Become a supporter today! Got questions for the Neoliberal Podcast?  Send them to Follow us at:


18 Husky

A progressive podcast providing a counter-narrative to the negative portrayal and harmful stereotypes of Appalachia. Hosted by Chuck Corra and Callie Pruett

The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast

Sharyl Attkisson

Straight Talk on Covid, Natural Immunity, and Scientific Smears with Dr. Martin Makary

Dr. Martin Makary of Johns Hopkins has straight talk on why so many public health officials avoided talking about natural immunity, and what’s happened to science in this conflicted and managed information environment. His bestselling book is: “The Price We Pay.” Subscribe to my two podcasts: “The Sharyl Attkisson Podcast” and “Full Measure After Hours.” Leave a review, subscribe and share with your friends! Support independent journalism by visiting the new Sharyl Attkisson store.Order “Slanted: How the News Media Taught Us to Love Censorship and Hate Journalism” by Sharyl Attkisson at Harper Collins, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Books a Million, IndieBound, Bookshop!Visit, and for original reporting. Do your own research. Make up your own mind.

Power Corrupts

Brian Klaas

The Dark Side of AI

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

The Kayetriot Podcast

Mark Kaye

Save the Republic! Have Fun Doing It!

The David Knight Show

David Knight

Mon 14Feb22 PRE-CRIME Attack on #FreedomConvoy: Intimidation and Punishment BEFORE Protesters Speak

* With Ukraine & Super Bowl grabbing all the attention, Canada moves on protesters* Trudeau & Macron seem to have the same speechwriter: tell protesters, you've had your say now shut-up and go home. Threats, intimidation and violence by govt* RCMP destroys farmers' tractors as PRE-CRIME punishment before they can speak or protest* New study has a theory about massive rise in cancers happening very quickly* Embalmers come forward about massive increase in people dying from blood clots* Francis Collins, Fauci's boss and advocate of untested genetic injections, accuses Christians of killing people by refusing the injection. A wolf amongst the sheep* Durham says Clinton spied on Trump; Trump says 'bigger than Watergate'. Did Trump ever do anything about the same institutions spying on Americans and shutting down OUR speech?Find out more about the show and where you can watch

Judging Freedom

Judge Napolitano

Jury finds former officer Kim Potter guilty in Daunte Wright's death

Police officer Kim Potter has been found guilty on all counts in the shooting death of Daunte Wright, who she shot during a traffic stop after she said she confused her gun for her taser. #KimPotter #DaunteWright #PotterVerdict

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Recession Remedies

The Brookings Institution

Recession Remedies is a podcast about the economic policy response to COVID-19 and the lessons it holds for future recessions. On each episode, expert guests join host David Wessel, director of the Hutchins Center at the Brookings Institution, to evaluate a different aspect of the fiscal and monetary response.

Rational Security

The Lawfare Institute

The "Hockey With Guns" Edition

This week, Alan, Quinta and Scott were joined by Canadian national security expert, Stephanie Carvin! They talked through some of the week's biggest national security news, both in the U.S. and in our neighbor to the north, including:“Assault on the Capital, Eh? Hold My Labatt Blue.” For the past two weeks, our neighbors to the north have suffered through their own insurrectionary moment, as thousands of protesters have descended on Canadian cities to protest vaccination policies, leading the capital city of Ottawa to declare a state of emergency. What does this mean for Canada moving forward? And what lessons might it be able to learn from the U.S.’s January 6th experience (and vice versa)?“Just Be Glad Someone Unplugged the Shredder.” The Washington Post released a deep dive this week on the consequences of former President Trump’s habitual tearing up of official records that are supposed to be protected by federal laws, revealing t

Navarro’s Taking Back Trump’s America


Episode 30: Marc Short, Mike Pence, and the Betrayal of Donald Trump

The definitive insider's account of the betrayal of Donald Trump by Mike Pence and the Pence puppet master Marc Short.  NOT to be missed!

After Words


Kevin Rudd, The Avoidable War: The Dangers of a Catastrophic Conflict between the US and Xi Jinping's China

Former prime minister of Australia and Asia Society president and CEO Kevin Rudd offers his thoughts on how the U.S. and China can co-exist and avoid war in the future. He's interviewed by United States Institute of Peace senior expert on China Carla Freeman.
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The Politics of Everything

The New Republic & Talkhouse

Boris Johnson’s Wine-Party Woes

British politics are in an uproar over … happy hour. How did Prime Minister Boris Johnson—shameless, disheveled Boris Johnson—end up here? On episode 42 of The Politics of Everything, hosts Laura Marsh and Alex Pareene try to make sense of the scandal gripping 10 Downing Street. Guests include Libby Watson, a British writer living in the United States; Nate Bethea, an American writer living in London; and Edward Docx, a British novelist who has written about the appeal of Johnson’s clownish persona for The Guardian. 
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The Inside Story Podcast

Al Jazeera

What's behind the UK-Rwanda asylum deal?

An agreement between Britain and Rwanda means that single men will be flown to Africa to have their asylum claims processed there. The government says it's needed to deter 'vile' people smugglers, but rights groups see it as cruel. So, will it work?

Join host Mohammed Jamjoom.

With guests:

Maya Goodfellow - Academic, University of Sheffield and author of 'Hostile Environment: How Immigrants Became Scapegoats'.

Natalie Hodgson - Assistant Professor in Law, University of Nottingham.

Emilie McDonnell - UK Advocacy and Communications Coordinator, Human Rights Watch.

Making the Argument with Nick Freitas

Nick Freitas

Green Beret combat veteran Nick Freitas has earned a reputation as a leading advocate for conservative policies and philosophy across the nation. Since Nick began to serve as a Delegate in the Virginia House of Delegates, he has garnered over 100 million views on speeches that he has given in defense of those conservative ideals. In this podcast, Nick dives into the issues, policies, and political philosophies of our time to dissect the arguments presented by the left and to make the case for the conservative values and principles that make up the core of the conservative movement while telling relevant stories from his time in combat in Iraq and giving a behind the scenes look at the legislative process today.

The Wilkow Majority


"Raised during Reagan, suffered through Clinton" - Andrew Wilkow provides perfectly executed political analysis and unmistakable opinions in "one thing and one thing only...and that is rational thought." Individual Patriot first, conservative second, Republican third, reach Andrew at 866-95-PATRIOT.

Good Morning Liberty

Good Morning Liberty

Libertarians talking daily news, politics, and social issues. We discuss the news from an objective perspective, focused on liberty and self-ownership, Nate and Charlie have been best good friends for 17 years. That makes for some great conversations! Republicans and Democrats are welcome. We cover all ideas from the understanding that you own yourself. Principles over politics.

Politics Weekly America

The Guardian

What caused the rise of anti-Asian hate crime in the US? Politics Weekly America

Last year, President Biden signed the anti-Asian hate crimes bill into law. Jonathan Freedland speaks to Prof Claire Kim of UCI about what’s behind the recent rise in anti-Asian hate in America, why this is an issue both sides of Congress can actually agree on, and what influence Asian-American voters could have in the midterms and in 2024

The Arterburn Radio Transmission Podcast

The Arterburn Radio Transmission

The Arterburn Radio Transmission is a blend of cutting edge commentary, fused with guests who are the newsmakers and trailblazers of our time. Your host Tony Arterburn is a former Army paratrooper, entrepreneur, and historian. Tony brings his unique perspective to the issues facing our country, civilization, and planet.  

China Unscripted

Chris Chappell

#160 The Russia Ukraine War SHATTERED China’s Grip on Europe | Mareike Ohlberg

The Russia Ukraine war has pushed a wedge between China and Europe because of its support for Russia. And there wasn't much "guanxi" to begin with after China let Covid spread to the rest of the world while trying to contain it domestically. In this episode of China Unscripted, we look at how the Russia Ukraine war has shattered China's grip on Europe, how dependent Europe's economies are on China, and why China doesn't understand Europe the way it understands the US. Joining us in this episode is Mareike Ohlberg, a senior fellow in the Asia Program of The German Marshall Fund and co-author of the book Hidden Hand: Exposing How the Chinese Communist Party Is Reshaping the World.

Prevail with Greg Olear

Greg Olear

Canadian Goose-Steppers (with Mark Bourrie)

Greg Olear talks to the Canadian journalist, author, and attorney Mark Bourrie about the “Freedom Convoy,” Canadian politics, covid as morality test, and the future of democracy in North America. Plus: Mike Pence sings.

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Political Rewind

Georgia Public Broadcasting

Political Rewind: GA Super Bowl ties; Hate crimes trial in Arbery's murder; Buckhead cityhood dies

Monday on Political Rewind: The federal trial to determine whether racial hatred led to the murder of Ahmaud Arbery begins in Brunswick, Georgia. And, after many months the Buckhead city movement collapsed in a matter of hours last week. But we start with all of the Georgia connections in last night's Super Bowl.

The panel:

Adrienne Jones — Professor of political science & director of pre-law, Morehouse College

Audrey Haynes — Professor of political science, University of Georgia

Charles Bullock— Professor of political science, UGA


:00 Introductions

1:14 - Some UGA pride after alum Matt Stafford leads his team to a Super Bowl win

5:08 - Jury to be seated in federal hate crimes trial in Arbery's murder

23:49 - Buckhead cityhood move