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Find WNYC’s archival coverage of the former New Jersey governor, his ill-fated presidential run and the Bridgegate scandal under the "stories" tab. Our weekly Christie Tracker Podcast ran for three years, between January, 2015 and January, 2018. It was hosted by David Furst and featured award-winning reporting from Matt Katz and Andrea Bernstein.
 
It’s never easy to talk with people who don’t agree with you; and yet, problems cannot be solved without the search for common ground. Joe Walsh is a former U.S. Congressman, a former Presidential candidate, a radio host, and a man whose personal mission is to LISTEN. With WHITE FLAG with JOE WALSH, he surrenders the urge to fight and strives to find a path to unite, not divide. He talks with notable people that have vastly differing viewpoints from his own. These are passionate conversation ...
 
What podcast do the top Fortune 500 executives listen to? This one! Every Wednesday and Sunday Dov Baron and his world-class guests including Guy Kawasaki, Tom Bilyeau, Keith Ferrazzi, Major General Ambassador Scott Gration, Presidential Candidate Carly Fiorina, Commander Mark Divine, Jesse Itzler, Marisa Peer, John Oates, John (The Economic Hitman) Perkins, The Mother of Mindfulness Dr. Ellen Langer, Jordan Harbinger, and Kevin Harrington to name but a few who share the raw truth of their h ...
 
They come from two different sides of the political spectrum: John Kasich, former Governor of Ohio and 2016 Republican presidential candidate; and Jordan Klepper, a liberal comedian best known for his viral videos interviewing MAGA supporters for The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. In this weekly talk show podcast, the pair will come together to scream their differing political opinions at each other for an hour… just kidding. Sure, there will be some political debate, but Kasich & Klepper’s di ...
 
Politics Weekly is a weekly bipartisan roundup of the news of the week. Rated five stars out five on Apple Podcasts, Politics Weekly features the biggest political guests like activist Vermin Supreme and presidential candidate Marianne Williamson. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nolancleary/support
 
Garbled Twistory is a podcast that’s primary objective is to humanize history, through humorizing history. It re-tells history in a way that places special emphasis on the most unusual elements and indiscriminately injects F.U.N by the bucketload! The first season’s focus is US History: as told by all of its presidential elections and all of its presidential election candidates! There will be biographical episodes for every presidential candidate, episodes for every election, and episodes fo ...
 
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American Psyop

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American Psyop

MeidasTouch Network/Bunker Crew

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American Psyop takes the audience through the amazing and inexplicable life of Wes Clark jr, the son of a NATO General and presidential candidate. After leaving the military for Hollywood, Wes finds himself subject to foreign intelligence operations. Soon, Wes is surrounded by a religious cult, loses his grasp on reality and descends into a world of dirty politics, mercenary organizations and possible threats to American Democracy. Now, with the help of journalist Emily Bicks, Wes tries to m ...
 
Petersen’s daily news show is for anyone who loves entertaining newscasts, exciting and educated guests, and perspectives of the world from a freedom-centric worldview. The Wake up America show with Austin Petersen is a live, two hour video podcast that plays every Monday-Friday from 7-9am central time. The show is available in audio form and streams live on video at wakeupamericashow.com. The Wake Up America show with Austin Petersen broadcasts from the capital of Missouri in Jefferson City ...
 
Transition Lab is a behind-the-scenes look at presidential transitions. Join David Marchick, director of the Partnership for Public Service’s Center for Presidential Transition for candid discussions with former presidential chiefs of staff, transition team leads and other presidential transition experts. Transition Lab is a must-listen for anyone interested in developing a better understanding of what needs to happen before a president takes office or starts a second term.
 
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GVA LEGAL PODCAST

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GVA LEGAL PODCAST

Gikera & Vadgama Advocates

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GVA Legal Podcast is a bi-monthly podcast with an eye towards law practice in the larger African economy and how to get useful and current information. Each episode features an interview with knowledgeable lawyers and professionals from different sectors who help demystify topical issues. Our tagline is Let’s get real and our conversations are candid, in-depth and professional.
 
The Portal is an exploration into discovery, including conversations with thought leaders. Host Eric Weinstein, Managing Director of Thiel Capital, brings his unique expertise and diverse roster of guests for a wide range of discussions, including science, culture, business, and capitalism. The show will feature people whose lives demonstrate that portals into what we would normally consider impossible, are indeed possible. Guests include presidential candidate Andrew Yang, NY Times bestsell ...
 
"CONNECT THE DOTS" is a call in radio talk show, where I share my knowledge of the metaphysical, plus ongoing conspiracies, plus the evolution of planet earth - spiritual info - et involvement - politics - crystals - etc. I am also the only singer-songwriter, recording artist to ever run for President of the U.S. (also a 2016 & 2020 write-in candidate). Yes, I am a 2024 non-political US Presidential candidate! Visit my cell phone friendly site (2020presidenttomedison.com) and watch the 1.5 m ...
 
Don't have time for a full news hour? Listen to the PBS NewsHour, segment by segment. Our full coverage of politics, science, arts, health, national and international news is included in this feed in easy-to-digest 5 to 10 minute segments. Segments are published each night by 9 p.m. Is this not what you're looking for? Don't miss our other podcasts for our full show, Brooks and Capehart, Politics Monday, Brief but Spectacular, and more. Find them in iTunes or in your favorite podcasting app. ...
 
Ramble-(verb) 1. walk for pleasure, typically without a definite route. 2. talk or write at length in a confused or inconsequential way. Ramble by the River (Ramblebytheriver.com) is about becoming the best human possible. Join me and my guests, as we discuss the blessing that is the human experience. Ramble by the River is about finding an honest path to truth without losing our sense of humor along the way. It is about healing from the trauma of the past and moving into the next chapter of ...
 
Comedian, mathematician, and family man (lives with his mom), Sammy Obeid is in the Presidential race for 2036! Join along for the ride, in this light-hearted political discourse as Sammy interviews politicians, activists, and other world-changing luminaries.
 
The American Monetary Association is a non-profit venture funded by The Jason Hartman Foundation that is dedicated to educating people about the practical effects of monetary policy and government actions on inflation, deflation and freedom. Our goal is to help people prosper in the midst of uncertain economic times. The American Monetary Association believes that a new and innovative understanding of wealth, value, business and investment is necessary to thrive in the new reality of big gov ...
 
Is Neymar already one of the greats? What is Martin Tyler's most memorable commentary? How important is a back-up striker? EIF Soccer features some of the most influential voices in world football, from journalists like ESPNFC's Shaka Hislop and SI's Grant Wahl to USSF Presidential Candidate Eric Wynalda, answering these questions and more. Tune in for all you need to know about the beautiful game.
 
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Subscribe now You can find more of Ralph Nader at ralphnader.substack.com The midterm elections are over, and two more years of Congressional gridlock are likely in store. Republicans have taken a narrow majority in the House, while Democrats have held the Senate. What do we make of the current political landscape, where rhetoric runs so hot but so…
 
This podcast was filmed over two years ago. Two esteemed board-certified physicians describe the dementia then Presidential Biden is suffering from. There have been numerous issues since Biden took office. We have to stand for principles and values. Many Americans do not want to approach the 25th amendment subject because no one wants Harris. But w…
 
This podcast was filmed over two years ago. Two esteemed board-certified physicians describe the dementia then Presidential Biden is suffering from. There have been numerous issues since Biden took office. We have to stand for principles and values. Many Americans do not want to approach the 25th amendment subject because no one wants Harris. But w…
 
This week, Felix Salmon, Emily Peck, and Elizabeth Spiers are joined by New York Times Magazine writer and Fleishman is in Trouble author Taffy Brodesser-Akner to talk about wealth, class and the media industry, specifically through the lens of the Fleishman is in Trouble book and new limited TV series. In the Plus segment: what is everyone thankfu…
 
Max Pearson presents a collection of this week's Witness History episodes from the BBC World Service. Malaysia's Prime Minister, Anwar Ibrahim, recounts being put on trial for sodomy and corruption. Our guest is the BBC's South East Asia correspondent, Jonathan Head, who tells us about Malaysian political history. Iran's first women's minister desc…
 
This week, David Plotz, Emily Bazelon, and John Dickerson discuss the future of Twitter, the ghoulish World Cup, and a minister’s allegation that Justice Alito leaked the outcome of the Hobby Lobby case. Here are some notes and references from this week’s show: Jodi Kantor and Jo Becker for The New York Times: “Former Anti-Abortion Leader Alleges A…
 
n our news wrap Friday, two days of missiles attacks in Kherson killed at least 11 people two weeks after Russians from the city in southern Ukraine, the death toll in Indonesia hit 310 after an earthquake struck western Java earlier this week and police say the gunman who killed six coworkers at a Virginia Walmart left a "death note" on his phone …
 
Two of the nation's largest grocers are looking to become one, new supermarket giant. Kroger wants to buy Albertsons in a nearly $25 billion deal to compete with retailers like Walmart, the top U.S. grocery seller, and Amazon, which is expanding its food operations. Sam Silverstein of Grocery Dive joined John Yang to discuss the merger and what it …
 
There is a national shortage of Adderall, a drug used to treat several attention-deficit disorders. Intermittent manufacturing delays and a lack of supply to meet market demand in the U.S. left those who rely on the drug unsure about how they'll be able to get the medication they say they need to function. Dr. Craig Surman joined William Brangham t…
 
The chemical mercury is considered so dangerous to humans and the environment that more than 100 countries have agreed to try to end its use. But across the world, millions of miners are still exposed to the toxic metal. In Zimbabwe, a majority of miners depend on it to help them extract gold. Nick Schifrin reports in collaboration with the Global …
 
New York Times columnist David Brooks and Washington Post associate editor Jonathan Capehart join William Brangham to discuss the week in politics, including recent mass shootings in America and what can be done during the lame-duck session of Congress. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
As the U.S. and other nations try to end the Russian war in Ukraine, there has been a renewed focus on Russian President Putin. Who is he, where did he come from and what does he want? Andrew Weiss tries to answer those questions in his new graphic novel with art by Brian Box Brown called, "Accidental Czar: The Life and Lies of Vladimir Putin." Wei…
 
President Biden says he will try to push for gun reform legislation in the lame duck following multiple mass shootings. NBC News Pentagon Correspondent Courtney Kube sits down one-on-one with the former President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko. The Georgia Supreme Court rejected an appeal by the Republican party to block early voting. Adrienne Elrod …
 
There are two tiny patches of Spain on the African continent. One is a city called Melilla that's surrounded by Morocco and the Mediterranean Sea. The European Union has spent billions to keep migrants from sub-Saharan Africa from crossing the border between Morocco and the Spanish city. This episode, we look at what that means for the people who m…
 
Welcome to Cyrus Says, Cock & Bull! In today’s episode, Cyrus is joined by Aakash & Abbas. Today Cyrus starts the show by showcasing his love for all the audio listeners of the show. Further in the show: Sparsh sits in for Aakash for the first few mins as there was a small fire at Aakash’s place, resulting in him being late. And old-man Cyrus talks…
 
In our news wrap Thursday, Russian lawmakers approved new restrictions on anything seen as promoting LGBTQ rights, the U.N.'s Human Rights Council condemned Iran's violent repression of protests as activists say more than 400 people have been killed and thousands arrested, and Ford recalled more than 634,000 Bronco and Escape SUVs because of a risk…
 
This Thanksgiving, as many sit down with friends and family at tables overstuffed with food, there are millions of Americans who aren't as fortunate. The holiday is a reminder of the stark reality of what's called food insecurity. It's widespread in the United States and there's no obvious end in sight. Katie Fitzgerald of Feeding America joined Wi…
 
This midterm cycle, young voters turned out in historic numbers and helped Democrats stave off the Republican red wave. They were still a small portion of the electorate, but voters under 30 have shown increased participation in the last few elections. John Della Volpe of the Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics and Victor Shi of Strategy f…
 
Earlier this month, Russian soldiers in Ukraine withdrew from the southern city of Kherson. It was the only regional capital Moscow was able to seize since the beginning of the war. But before retreating, Russian troops looted homes and businesses throughout the city and emptied one of Ukraine's most valuable art museums. Lindsey Hilsum of Independ…
 
Steve Case is best known for his role as a co-founder and the former CEO of America Online, the trailblazing internet company that made the world wide web more accessible to everyday Americans. Now he's putting his entrepreneurial skills to use to help people launch their own businesses. Case joined Judy Woodruff to discuss his efforts and his new …
 
Keith Wattley is the founding executive director of UnCommon Law, a group that helps people who are serving life sentences navigate the parole process. He shares his Brief But Spectacular take on changing the narrative about people who commit violent crimes. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
As people across the U.S. celebrate Thanksgiving and enjoy their long holiday weekend, Consider This provides listeners with a list of TV shows and movies to binge over the holiday weekend. One of them is the HBO breakout hit The White Lotus, featuring Michael Imperioli in a lead role for season two of the show. Viewers might best remember Imperiol…
 
Outgoing Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is challenging the election he lost last month to left-wing rival Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva. Bolsonaro blames a software bug and is demanding that the electoral authority annul most of the votes cast on electronic voting machines. Although Lula's victory has already been ratified by the Superior Electoral…
 
Kyle Spencer is a multimedia journalist and author of "Raising Them Right: The Untold Story of America's Youth Movement and Its Plot for Power." Joe and Kyle sit down to hash out just how exactly some of these groups aimed at indoctrinating young people into the conservative movement came to be so powerful, how the perception that society is changi…
 
When the New York Times built on previous reporting in Politico and Rolling Stone about an evangelical christian ministry that sought to sell access to and influence Supreme Court Justices with fancy dinners and donations, the Hobby Lobby leak dominated the headlines. But there is so much more to this story. To discuss how the headlines fit into a …
 
This week on Cyrus Says, we’re joined by the lovely, beautiful, Cyrus’ closest friend - Kunal Vijayakar. He is on the show because we admire him a lot and not because no other guest turned up for the recording. This laughter-riot of a show has a lot to offer, so here’re a few highlights: Why India should be named Vikas Nagar, lots of food talk, wei…
 
Chesapeake, Virginia, has now joined the long list of places in America where a lone gunman committed sudden, mass murder. Police say a Walmart employee opened fire in the store, killing at least six before taking his own life. William Brangham reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders…
 
In our news wrap Wednesday, the Colorado Springs shooting suspect was slumped in a wheelchair behind defense lawyers during his first court appearance, the Justice Department reportedly wants to interview former Vice President Pence in its January 6 investigation and police in central China beat workers as they protested over pay and anti-COVID mea…
 
Pakistan's former Prime Minister Imran Khan was ousted in April after three and a half years in office. Since then, he's survived an assassination attempt and drawn massive crowds to rallies where he demands early elections, calls out corruption and points fingers at the powerful Pakistani military for his removal. Khan spoke with Amna Nawaz ahead …
 
A bill limiting the enforcement of non-disclosure agreements in sexual harassment disputes is headed to President Biden's desk after the House of Representatives passed the legislation in a bipartisan vote. Lisa Desjardins reports on the Speak Out Act and who it will impact most. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/fun…
 
The people of Taiwan will head to the polls this weekend for local elections. The vote comes as mainland China has ramped up threatening military activity around Taiwan, which it views as a break-away province. Nick Schifrin reports on the tensions in the region and U.S. involvement. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about…
 
The COP27 climate negotiations in Egypt put a spotlight on the problem of methane emissions, which are responsible for more than a quarter of the warming on the planet today. More countries are pledging to reduce those emissions, but methane leaks remain a serious problem. Science correspondent Miles O'Brien reports. PBS NewsHour is supported by - …
 
Millions of Americans live in rural or underserved areas where there are fewer medical care facilities and doctors with specialized expertise. One doctor in New Mexico is trying to help change that with his vision dubbed "Project ECHO." Fred de Sam Lazaro reports in a partnership with the Under-Told Stories Project at the University of St. Thomas i…
 
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