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Conservative Daily Podcast
Radical Left Ideology Puts Citizens and our Military at War with Themselves

Conservative Daily Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 63:38


This evening Joe is joined by retired Lt. General Rod Bishop, and Attorney Mike Rose. Radical ideologies have infiltrated not only our schools and our politics, but our military as well. Cadets are being taught ideologies like CRT and the men and women who have chosen to serve their country are still facing punishment for refusing to accept the COVID shots despite their religious exemptions. As the Biden regime is pushing us ever closer to a world wide conflict how can we support our service men and women and ensure the effectiveness of our military? Go to Starrs.us to support their work! If you want to support the show, you can donate here: http://bit.ly/cd-donate Become a Conservative Daily member right now for massive savings on Faxblasts, discounts at Joe's Depot, and more perks like backstage time with the hosts of Conservative Daily! Use the link and sign up today! https://conservative-daily.com/forms/Step1b Make sure you Like, Comment, and Share! Text FREEDOM to 89517 to get added to our text list to receive notifications when we go Live! Please make sure you join our newsletter to receive our action alerts: https://bit.ly/joinconservativedaily Get you and your family prepared at the Brighteon Store right now and stock up on high quality storeable food, survival gear, and the cleanest supplements on the planet! https://bit.ly/3PezXDd Today's podcast is again sponsored by AirMedCare Network! Do you live in a rural area that's hard to reach by road? Do you like to hike or spend a lot of time outdoors? Health insurance wont always cover the cost of an emergency medical flight. But with AirMedCare Network, you're covered! For as little as $85 per year, your WHOLE household will be covered in case you ever need an air medical transport. And if you use Promo Code DAILY, you will receive up to a $50 eGift Card back when you sign up today! You can sign up right here: https://www.airmedcarenetwork.com/daily Liberty Cigars is a Patriot owned business with an extensive line of historically themed individual cigars and cigar collections including the Commander Series, Founders Series, and the Presidents Series. All packaging is proudly made in the USA by American workers. A truly unique gift for both cigar and history lovers. All orders over $76 will receive a free Patrick Henry cigar, the perfect gift for anyone who says, "Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death" this holiday season. Use code BEFREE at www.libertycigars.com Go to IPVANISH.com/daily and use promotional code DAILY - and claim your 70% savings. That's I-P-V-A-N-I-S-H.com/daily. If you want to support Mike Lindell and our show, use promo code CD21 to get up to 66% off at https://www.mypillow.com/radiospecials or by placing your order over the phone at 800-872-0627. When you use promo code CD21, a Queen Sized MyPillow is just $29, the cheapest it has ever been! Conservative Daily is on Rumble! https://rumble.com/user/ConservativeDaily We are now also going to be streaming on dlive! Check us out here: https://dlive.tv/ConservativeDaily Click here to donate: http://bit.ly/cd-donate Subscribe to our daily podcast at Apple Podcasts: http://bit.ly/ConservativeDailyPodcast on Google Podcasts (for Android users): https://bit.ly/CDPodcastGoogle We are also available on Spotify! https://open.spotify.com/show/2wD8YleiBM8bu0l3ahBLDN And on Pandora: https://www.pandora.com/podcast/conservative-daily-podcast/PC:37034 And on iHeart Radio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/256-conservative-daily-podcast-53710765/ on TuneIn: https://tunein.com/radio/Conservative-Daily-Podcast-p1350272/ And on Podbean: https://conservative.podbean.com/ And now also on Audible! https://www.audible.com/pd/Conservative-Daily-Podcast-Podcast/B08JJQQ4M Support Joe Oltmann in his legal battle against Eric Coomer: https://givesendgo.com/defendjoeoltmann

Jesus 911
13 May 22 – Transgender Ideology: A Doctrine of Demons

Jesus 911

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 51:19


Today's Topics:  1) The transgender threat  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xPE9R3BsIEo 2, 3, 4) Transgender ideology is a doctrine of demons

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK
Protecting Our Children From The Left’s Radical Ideology

AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 56:10


Kimberly Fletcher, the founder of "Moms For America," joins the hosts of "After Dark" to discuss the threat American families face with the left's radical sex education agenda in public schools. She explains that the latest attempt by the left to control our children in schools has been in the works for decades. While it seems they have...

Blue Collar Bitcoin Podcast
BCB054_PETER McCORMACK: Challenging Your Ideology

Blue Collar Bitcoin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 76:52


Peter McCormack, host of the What Bitcoin Did Podcast, joins Dan & Josh for a fun filled dialogue covering a multitude of topics, including: Peter's personal path and strategies to success Why Bitcoin is almost certainly dead & can't be resuscitated The importance of knowing CPR How to avoid trapping yourself in an ideology  The nature of free speech Vegan football clubs & more! SHOW SPONSORS: **LEDN** - A Bitcoin forward financial services company that has chosen to mirror and embrace the transparency, accountability, and auditability of Bitcoin itself by undergoing Proof of Reserves. Use Bitcoin as collateral and access dollar loans with Ledn Bitcoin backed loans. Harness your Bitcoin holdings to buy a new property or finance the home you already own with the upcoming Ledn Bitcoin Mortgage Product. Save Bitcoin and USDC and have access to Ledn's Dollar Loans and trading service. You can look into Ledn's well architected menu of services at Ledn.io (All products and services subject to availability & jurisdiction.)   **COINKITE** - Makers or the best Bitcoin security hardware in the world. Use PROMO CODE "BCB" for 5% off ColdCard Mk3 purchases at coinkite.com. Coinkite is the producer of the iconic ColdCard.  ColdCard is widely regarded as the MOST secure signing device in existence, and can be used by beginners all the way up to the most advanced users (The 2 of us have relied on this device for years.) If you wanna get frisky, check out the BlockClock Mini, this beauty sits on a bookshelf or hangs on the wall and displays any metric about Bitcoin you can think of.  BlockClock Mini is a lust worthy addition to any Bitcoiners home. Other Coinkite products include the OPENDIME, the SATSCARD, the TAPSIGNER, the SEEDPLATE, COLDPOWER and sweet hats. All available at coinkite.com. ColdCard Guides (ultra quick - intermediate - advanced) SUPPORT THE BCB PODCAST: ⇨TIPS: strike.me/bcb (tips also open on Twitter) ⇨PODCAST 2.0 STREAMING: You can stream us fractions of a cent via Bitcoin sats on the Lightning Network!  We are live on Podcast 2.0 apps & wallets. BREEZ Wallet is a great way to get started→HERE is an easy tutorial that demonstrates exactly how to do it. ABOUT PETER: Peter curates some of the most widespread Bitcoin content in the world.  He hosts the "What Bitcoin Did" Podcast, and more recently he's now the Chairman of Real Bedford Football Club in the U.K. ITEMS MENTIONED IN THE SHOW: Robert Breedlove on Lex Fridman Podcast Bitcoin Obituaries  TWITTER: Follow Blue Collar Bitcoin Podcast @blue_collarbtc, Follow Peter @PeterMcCormack EMAIL: Send us questions, comments, or feedback at bluecollarbitcoinpodcast@gmail.com  

The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Lead Like Never Before
CNLP 493 | Andy Stanley on How Politics, Partisanship, Ideology, and Theocracy are Damaging the Church, and the New Metrics of Ministry

The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast: Lead Like Never Before

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 51:51


Bestselling author and North Point Church founder Andy Stanley weighs in on the new metrics of ministry for the future church, and talks about how politics, partisanship, ideology and the drive...Read the whole entry... »

The Majority Report with Sam Seder
2835 - The Ideology That Led The Dems Astray, & Where It Stands Now w/ Lily Geismer

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 83:12


Sam and Emma host Lily Geismer, professor of history at Claremont McKenna College, to discuss her recent book Left Behind: The Democrats' Failed Attempt to Solve Inequality. on the shift from New Deal democratic ideology, to the neoliberal tactic of entrusting social development in private enterprise in a pivot to the white suburbanite. Professor Geismer first discusses the ascendancy of this Democratic ideology, situating us in the late 80s with the rise of the MIke Dukakises, Tony Coelhoes, and Bill Clintons, embracing tech, trade, and finance as the solution to economic growth, from the Route 128 in Mass to Coelho's focus on raising corporate money, and the inspiration Governor Clinton (during his Arkansas years) took from these policies. Next, she, Emma, and Sam walk through how this sector of the Democratic party came to be, as in the wake of the 1960s the Democrats found themselves on the defensive, with all of their policy coming as a reaction to the shifting GOP, and a new guard of “Watergate Babies” coming in and opposition traditional Democrats and fueling mistrust of government, asking for a shift away from the special interest groups of the labor movement and focusing on middle-class white suburbanites. Next, Professor Geismer looks to the shift that these Democrats took from focusing on “fairness” to promoting “opportunity” in a major move away from redistributive politics and towards promoting (supposedly) meritocratic capitalism, and dives deeper into what Bill Clinton's Arkansas looked like, from his attempted emulation of Silicon Valley to bringing in ShoreBank and other early microeconomic financiers, cutting social security in preference for privatized loans to certain poor folks. Looking to the Democratic primaries of the 1980s, they then dive into why this emerging neoliberal wing was able to win over the future of the Democratic party, coming to climax with Bill Clinton's market-driven pseudo-populism, and leading to three decades demonstrating exactly why this ideology cannot function. After briefly touching on the differences between the “Watergate Baby” form of neoliberalism and Milton Friedman's form of neoliberalism, Emma, Sam, and Prof. Geismer wrap up with a discussion on whether or not we are seeing the end of this era, and what the world we are moving towards might look like. Sam and Emma also discuss the protests in the wake of the Roe v. Wade leak and the State's unsurprisingly demeaning reaction, continued Russian war crimes, and US weapons sales to Ukraine. And in the Fun Half: Sam and Emma cover Governor Tate and Jack Tapper's really lovely conversation on the criminalization of doctors performing potentially life-saving surgeries on women, Governor Asa Hutchinson dives into why he really hopes that the state he is at the lead of passes exemptions for rape and incest in their abortion ban, and (supposed) FDNY members remind women protesters that their bodies are now his. Chris from the 718 calls in on the election in the Philippines, Ronald Raygun explores why it's a waste of time to give time to people who criticize how you spend your time, and how Sam and Emma could do it better. Steve Schmidt uses Mother's Day to write myriad threads on Megan McCain, why her mother hates her, and why her father was a Russian asset, and then A Squared calls in to explore the climax of the Conservative Justice's life projects of undoing Roe v. Wade. Plus, your calls and IMs! 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The Lawfare Podcast
Lawfare Archive: Bruce Riedel on Al Qaeda's Many Faces

The Lawfare Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 46:41


From August 5, 2012: Ritika Singh sat down with Bruce Riedel, one of the country's leading experts on Al Qaeda. Riedel's long and impressive career speaks for itself. A 30-year veteran of the CIA, a senior advisor on South Asia and the Middle East to the last four presidents of the United States in the staff of the National Security Council, and an expert advisor to the prosecution of underwear bomber Omar Farooq Abdulmutallab, he is also the author of Deadly Embrace: Pakistan, America, and the Future of the Global Jihad and The Search for Al Qaeda: Its Leadership, Ideology, and Future, among much else.The discussion ranged from the state of Al Qaeda today, to the posture of the Taliban and other regional terrorist groups that the United States engages by both military and diplomatic means, to targeted killing and the way forward for U.S. counterterrorism policy. They don't discuss the law—but any lawyer interested in the power to confront the enemy will find Riedel's discussion of the enemy itself particularly valuable.In May 2022, Lawfare and Goat Rodeo will debut their latest podcast, Allies, a series about America's eyes and ears over 20 years of war in Afghanistan. Thousands of Afghans who worked with the American soldiers as translators, interpreters and partners made it onto U.S. military planes. But despite the decades-long efforts of veterans, lawmakers and senior leaders in the military, even more were left behind. This show will take you from the frontlines of the war to the halls of Congress to find out: How did this happen? Learn more and subscribe to Allies at https://pod.link/1619035873.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Philosophy Talk Starters
545: What Is Ideology?

Philosophy Talk Starters

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 10:42


More at https://www.philosophytalk.org/shows/what-ideology. Political polarization seems to be deepening, both in the U.S. and around the globe. Some believe that the rise of ideology is to blame for growing polarization. But can increased polarization really be attributed to ideology? What is exactly is ideology, and how is it different from dogma? Is ideology a kind of political or philosophical thinking? And how might our understanding of ideology affect how we practice politics? Josh and Ray ideate with Marius Ostrowski from the European University Institute, author of "Ideology (Key Concepts)."

Ruth Institute Podcast
The Three Ideologies that are Destroying Your Life Right Now!

Ruth Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 21:54


Originally Published March 13, 2022 by WQPH Radio; First Do No Harm with Dr. Mark Rollo Republished by Ruth Institute, May 4, 2022   The Three Ideologies that are Destroying Your Life Right Now!   In this episode of the Ruth Institute Podcast, we are privileged to listen in to Dr. Mark Rollo's interview with Dr. Jennifer Roback Morse on his show, First Do No Harm. Hear them discuss why the Sexual Revolution is a fabricated product of the totalitarian State. Dr. Morse explains the three ideologies of the Sexual State: the Contraceptive Ideology, the Divorce Ideology, and the Gender Ideology. She speaks of how these three ideologies have thoroughly infected our laws and civil institutions and how that is hurting the lives of millions of Americans. But, Dr. Morse offers a simple answer to these evils: the Catholic moral system which protects the rights of children, men, and women much better than any alternative. It is the most coherent, natural-law based system. Natura law refutes the three ideologies. Be sure to hear her for yourself.

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey
Ep 611 | How Woke Ideology Has Ruined Therapy | Guest: Dr. Sally Satel

Relatable with Allie Beth Stuckey

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 73:02


Today we're talking to psychiatrist Dr. Sally Satel about how woke ideology and progressivism are working their way into the mental health field. We talk about the consequences of therapists and other mental health professionals using leftist ideology when treating their patients and how harmful it is when you absolve people of any responsibility for their issues and instead blame systemic issues and society as a whole. Dr. Satel explains how this happened and how this kind of therapy is ineffective at helping people work through their problems. At a time when mental health problems are ripping through young people, the last thing we need to be doing is feeding them woke platitudes from Instagram or TikTok. --- Today's Sponsors: Cozy Earth — for a limited time save 35% off your order at CozyEarth.com/ALLIE & enter promo code 'ALLIE' at checkout. Raycon — go to BuyRaycon.com/ALLIE to save 15% off your Mother's Day order! Birch Gold — text 'ALLIE' to 989898 to get a free info kit on gold! Dwell — visit DwellApp.io/RELATABLE to save 10% off a yearly subscription or save 33% off Dwell for life! --- Buy Allie's book, You're Not Enough (& That's Okay): Escaping the Toxic Culture of Self-Love: https://alliebethstuckey.com/book Relatable merchandise — use promo code 'ALLIE10' for a discount: https://shop.blazemedia.com/collections/allie-stuckey Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

FAR OUT: Adventures in Unconventional Living
FAR OUT #174 ~ Listen to Your Body, Not Dogma

FAR OUT: Adventures in Unconventional Living

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 73:07


Summary: We discuss our recent experimentation with diet and why these days we are very careful to avoid "diet theory" and try to focus on what our body says. This leads into a broader discussion on the dangers of dogma and identifying with an ideology. Mentioned on this episode:Resurrecting Jesus: Embodying the Spirit of a Revolutionary Mystic - AdyashantiUpcoming Offerings:July 5-12: Wild Within Yosemite: InitiationJuly 19-26: Wild Within Yosemite: AdvancedSupport this podcast:Discount link to purchase organic, raw ceremonial-grade cacao ethically sourced in Guatemala (a portion of proceeds support this podcast)Become a patron at: https://www.patreon.com/thefaroutcoupleMake one-time donation with PayPal (our account is aplambeck22@gmail.com)Leave a review on iTunes!Share this episode with a friend! :DConnect with us:Website: www.thefarout.lifeEmail us at info@thefarout.lifeWild Within @ www.thewildwithin.orgCredits:Intro music: "Complicate ya" by Otis McDonaldOutro music: "Running with wise fools" written & performed by Krackatoa (www.krackatoa.com)Photo is on the path to Everest Base Camp during from our trek in the Himalayas

New Books in Critical Theory
Marta Puxan-Oliva, "Narrative Reliability, Racial Conflicts and Ideology in the Modern Novel" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books in Critical Theory

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 61:09


Marta Puxan-Oliva's Narrative Reliability, Racial Conflicts and Ideology in the Modern Novel (Routledge, 2021), engages with the intertwined relationship between narrative studies – centering on narrative reliability – racial conflicts and ideologies. Puxan-Oliva argues that the problem of narrative reliability in fiction, often mirrors and makes use of narrative reliability of historical discourse, and therefore urges literary critics to examine the historical context of a work of fiction to “comprehend technical modulations of narrative reliability.”  Her book offers a crucial contribution to narrative theory by insisting on a need to historicize the field itself to understand how historical discourses give rise to specific cultural and political discourses. In order to illustrate her methodology, Puxan-Oliva analyzes Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim, James Weldon Johnson's The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man, William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!, Albert Camus's L'étranger, and Alejo Carpentier's El reino de este mundo. In each chapter, Puxan-Oliva grapples with a specific issue on the problem of reliability in connection to historical contexts of each literary work. For example, she discusses in depth the role that the voice of persuasion has in Conrad's Lord Jim, and the implications this has within the larger discourse of British imperialism. When focusing her keen analysis on Faulkner, Puxan-Oliva considers the degrees of reliability in the narrative, and the way the problem of reliability reflects historical discourses in the New South. In her chapter on Camus, she observes how Meursault's ‘estranging narrative' makes use of underreporting, which is an “ideological strategy common in colonial discourse”, thereby connecting narrative voice within a broader condition of discordant reliability within French colonial Algeria. To sum up, each chapter in Puxan-Oliva's book consists of a necessary intervention in narratology, arguing that the field of narrative studies needs to release narrative from its exclusive engagement with the text, divorced from other forces that exert pressure on its formation; instead, Puxan-Oliva is interested in the interconnectedness of texts with political and historical discourses, and their rootedness within broader patterns of cultural production, which, ultimately, is an argument for a cultural narratology that is interested in the “construction of form” and in the very “politics of form”. Ultimately, this book is an important intervention not only within narrative studies and racial conflicts and ideology, but it has crucial implications during a time when various discourses around the globe pose a major challenge to the nature of truth, and how the latter is affected by narrative, narrative form, and how these are shaped by historical and political discourse. Marta Puxan-Oliva a is Ramón y Cajal senior researcher at the Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain.  Eralda L. Lameborshi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Literature and Languages at the Texas A&M University – Commerce where she teaches world literature and cinema. Her areas of research are World Literature, the historical novel on the Ottoman Empire, world cinema, postcolonial theory, and film theory. She is the recipient of various fellowships and awards like the Hagler Institute for Advanced Study Fellowship, and the Elizabeth Greenwade Qualls '89 Endowed Fellowship. She is currently working on her book manuscript titled The Islamic Empire and Southeastern European Literature, and articles on the global novel and literatures of migration, immigration, and exile. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/critical-theory

New Books Network
Marta Puxan-Oliva, "Narrative Reliability, Racial Conflicts and Ideology in the Modern Novel" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 61:09


Marta Puxan-Oliva's Narrative Reliability, Racial Conflicts and Ideology in the Modern Novel (Routledge, 2021), engages with the intertwined relationship between narrative studies – centering on narrative reliability – racial conflicts and ideologies. Puxan-Oliva argues that the problem of narrative reliability in fiction, often mirrors and makes use of narrative reliability of historical discourse, and therefore urges literary critics to examine the historical context of a work of fiction to “comprehend technical modulations of narrative reliability.”  Her book offers a crucial contribution to narrative theory by insisting on a need to historicize the field itself to understand how historical discourses give rise to specific cultural and political discourses. In order to illustrate her methodology, Puxan-Oliva analyzes Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim, James Weldon Johnson's The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man, William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!, Albert Camus's L'étranger, and Alejo Carpentier's El reino de este mundo. In each chapter, Puxan-Oliva grapples with a specific issue on the problem of reliability in connection to historical contexts of each literary work. For example, she discusses in depth the role that the voice of persuasion has in Conrad's Lord Jim, and the implications this has within the larger discourse of British imperialism. When focusing her keen analysis on Faulkner, Puxan-Oliva considers the degrees of reliability in the narrative, and the way the problem of reliability reflects historical discourses in the New South. In her chapter on Camus, she observes how Meursault's ‘estranging narrative' makes use of underreporting, which is an “ideological strategy common in colonial discourse”, thereby connecting narrative voice within a broader condition of discordant reliability within French colonial Algeria. To sum up, each chapter in Puxan-Oliva's book consists of a necessary intervention in narratology, arguing that the field of narrative studies needs to release narrative from its exclusive engagement with the text, divorced from other forces that exert pressure on its formation; instead, Puxan-Oliva is interested in the interconnectedness of texts with political and historical discourses, and their rootedness within broader patterns of cultural production, which, ultimately, is an argument for a cultural narratology that is interested in the “construction of form” and in the very “politics of form”. Ultimately, this book is an important intervention not only within narrative studies and racial conflicts and ideology, but it has crucial implications during a time when various discourses around the globe pose a major challenge to the nature of truth, and how the latter is affected by narrative, narrative form, and how these are shaped by historical and political discourse. Marta Puxan-Oliva a is Ramón y Cajal senior researcher at the Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain.  Eralda L. Lameborshi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Literature and Languages at the Texas A&M University – Commerce where she teaches world literature and cinema. Her areas of research are World Literature, the historical novel on the Ottoman Empire, world cinema, postcolonial theory, and film theory. She is the recipient of various fellowships and awards like the Hagler Institute for Advanced Study Fellowship, and the Elizabeth Greenwade Qualls '89 Endowed Fellowship. She is currently working on her book manuscript titled The Islamic Empire and Southeastern European Literature, and articles on the global novel and literatures of migration, immigration, and exile. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Marta Puxan-Oliva, "Narrative Reliability, Racial Conflicts and Ideology in the Modern Novel" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 61:09


Marta Puxan-Oliva's Narrative Reliability, Racial Conflicts and Ideology in the Modern Novel (Routledge, 2021), engages with the intertwined relationship between narrative studies – centering on narrative reliability – racial conflicts and ideologies. Puxan-Oliva argues that the problem of narrative reliability in fiction, often mirrors and makes use of narrative reliability of historical discourse, and therefore urges literary critics to examine the historical context of a work of fiction to “comprehend technical modulations of narrative reliability.”  Her book offers a crucial contribution to narrative theory by insisting on a need to historicize the field itself to understand how historical discourses give rise to specific cultural and political discourses. In order to illustrate her methodology, Puxan-Oliva analyzes Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim, James Weldon Johnson's The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man, William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!, Albert Camus's L'étranger, and Alejo Carpentier's El reino de este mundo. In each chapter, Puxan-Oliva grapples with a specific issue on the problem of reliability in connection to historical contexts of each literary work. For example, she discusses in depth the role that the voice of persuasion has in Conrad's Lord Jim, and the implications this has within the larger discourse of British imperialism. When focusing her keen analysis on Faulkner, Puxan-Oliva considers the degrees of reliability in the narrative, and the way the problem of reliability reflects historical discourses in the New South. In her chapter on Camus, she observes how Meursault's ‘estranging narrative' makes use of underreporting, which is an “ideological strategy common in colonial discourse”, thereby connecting narrative voice within a broader condition of discordant reliability within French colonial Algeria. To sum up, each chapter in Puxan-Oliva's book consists of a necessary intervention in narratology, arguing that the field of narrative studies needs to release narrative from its exclusive engagement with the text, divorced from other forces that exert pressure on its formation; instead, Puxan-Oliva is interested in the interconnectedness of texts with political and historical discourses, and their rootedness within broader patterns of cultural production, which, ultimately, is an argument for a cultural narratology that is interested in the “construction of form” and in the very “politics of form”. Ultimately, this book is an important intervention not only within narrative studies and racial conflicts and ideology, but it has crucial implications during a time when various discourses around the globe pose a major challenge to the nature of truth, and how the latter is affected by narrative, narrative form, and how these are shaped by historical and political discourse. Marta Puxan-Oliva a is Ramón y Cajal senior researcher at the Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain.  Eralda L. Lameborshi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Literature and Languages at the Texas A&M University – Commerce where she teaches world literature and cinema. Her areas of research are World Literature, the historical novel on the Ottoman Empire, world cinema, postcolonial theory, and film theory. She is the recipient of various fellowships and awards like the Hagler Institute for Advanced Study Fellowship, and the Elizabeth Greenwade Qualls '89 Endowed Fellowship. She is currently working on her book manuscript titled The Islamic Empire and Southeastern European Literature, and articles on the global novel and literatures of migration, immigration, and exile. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in Literary Studies
Marta Puxan-Oliva, "Narrative Reliability, Racial Conflicts and Ideology in the Modern Novel" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books in Literary Studies

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 61:09


Marta Puxan-Oliva's Narrative Reliability, Racial Conflicts and Ideology in the Modern Novel (Routledge, 2021), engages with the intertwined relationship between narrative studies – centering on narrative reliability – racial conflicts and ideologies. Puxan-Oliva argues that the problem of narrative reliability in fiction, often mirrors and makes use of narrative reliability of historical discourse, and therefore urges literary critics to examine the historical context of a work of fiction to “comprehend technical modulations of narrative reliability.”  Her book offers a crucial contribution to narrative theory by insisting on a need to historicize the field itself to understand how historical discourses give rise to specific cultural and political discourses. In order to illustrate her methodology, Puxan-Oliva analyzes Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim, James Weldon Johnson's The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man, William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!, Albert Camus's L'étranger, and Alejo Carpentier's El reino de este mundo. In each chapter, Puxan-Oliva grapples with a specific issue on the problem of reliability in connection to historical contexts of each literary work. For example, she discusses in depth the role that the voice of persuasion has in Conrad's Lord Jim, and the implications this has within the larger discourse of British imperialism. When focusing her keen analysis on Faulkner, Puxan-Oliva considers the degrees of reliability in the narrative, and the way the problem of reliability reflects historical discourses in the New South. In her chapter on Camus, she observes how Meursault's ‘estranging narrative' makes use of underreporting, which is an “ideological strategy common in colonial discourse”, thereby connecting narrative voice within a broader condition of discordant reliability within French colonial Algeria. To sum up, each chapter in Puxan-Oliva's book consists of a necessary intervention in narratology, arguing that the field of narrative studies needs to release narrative from its exclusive engagement with the text, divorced from other forces that exert pressure on its formation; instead, Puxan-Oliva is interested in the interconnectedness of texts with political and historical discourses, and their rootedness within broader patterns of cultural production, which, ultimately, is an argument for a cultural narratology that is interested in the “construction of form” and in the very “politics of form”. Ultimately, this book is an important intervention not only within narrative studies and racial conflicts and ideology, but it has crucial implications during a time when various discourses around the globe pose a major challenge to the nature of truth, and how the latter is affected by narrative, narrative form, and how these are shaped by historical and political discourse. Marta Puxan-Oliva a is Ramón y Cajal senior researcher at the Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain.  Eralda L. Lameborshi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Literature and Languages at the Texas A&M University – Commerce where she teaches world literature and cinema. Her areas of research are World Literature, the historical novel on the Ottoman Empire, world cinema, postcolonial theory, and film theory. She is the recipient of various fellowships and awards like the Hagler Institute for Advanced Study Fellowship, and the Elizabeth Greenwade Qualls '89 Endowed Fellowship. She is currently working on her book manuscript titled The Islamic Empire and Southeastern European Literature, and articles on the global novel and literatures of migration, immigration, and exile. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literary-studies

New Books in Intellectual History
Marta Puxan-Oliva, "Narrative Reliability, Racial Conflicts and Ideology in the Modern Novel" (Routledge, 2021)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 61:09


Marta Puxan-Oliva's Narrative Reliability, Racial Conflicts and Ideology in the Modern Novel (Routledge, 2021), engages with the intertwined relationship between narrative studies – centering on narrative reliability – racial conflicts and ideologies. Puxan-Oliva argues that the problem of narrative reliability in fiction, often mirrors and makes use of narrative reliability of historical discourse, and therefore urges literary critics to examine the historical context of a work of fiction to “comprehend technical modulations of narrative reliability.”  Her book offers a crucial contribution to narrative theory by insisting on a need to historicize the field itself to understand how historical discourses give rise to specific cultural and political discourses. In order to illustrate her methodology, Puxan-Oliva analyzes Joseph Conrad's Lord Jim, James Weldon Johnson's The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man, William Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!, Albert Camus's L'étranger, and Alejo Carpentier's El reino de este mundo. In each chapter, Puxan-Oliva grapples with a specific issue on the problem of reliability in connection to historical contexts of each literary work. For example, she discusses in depth the role that the voice of persuasion has in Conrad's Lord Jim, and the implications this has within the larger discourse of British imperialism. When focusing her keen analysis on Faulkner, Puxan-Oliva considers the degrees of reliability in the narrative, and the way the problem of reliability reflects historical discourses in the New South. In her chapter on Camus, she observes how Meursault's ‘estranging narrative' makes use of underreporting, which is an “ideological strategy common in colonial discourse”, thereby connecting narrative voice within a broader condition of discordant reliability within French colonial Algeria. To sum up, each chapter in Puxan-Oliva's book consists of a necessary intervention in narratology, arguing that the field of narrative studies needs to release narrative from its exclusive engagement with the text, divorced from other forces that exert pressure on its formation; instead, Puxan-Oliva is interested in the interconnectedness of texts with political and historical discourses, and their rootedness within broader patterns of cultural production, which, ultimately, is an argument for a cultural narratology that is interested in the “construction of form” and in the very “politics of form”. Ultimately, this book is an important intervention not only within narrative studies and racial conflicts and ideology, but it has crucial implications during a time when various discourses around the globe pose a major challenge to the nature of truth, and how the latter is affected by narrative, narrative form, and how these are shaped by historical and political discourse. Marta Puxan-Oliva a is Ramón y Cajal senior researcher at the Universitat de les Illes Balears, Spain.  Eralda L. Lameborshi is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Literature and Languages at the Texas A&M University – Commerce where she teaches world literature and cinema. Her areas of research are World Literature, the historical novel on the Ottoman Empire, world cinema, postcolonial theory, and film theory. She is the recipient of various fellowships and awards like the Hagler Institute for Advanced Study Fellowship, and the Elizabeth Greenwade Qualls '89 Endowed Fellowship. She is currently working on her book manuscript titled The Islamic Empire and Southeastern European Literature, and articles on the global novel and literatures of migration, immigration, and exile. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

Black and White Sports Podcast
Conservative Disney Employees Are SPEAKING OUT Against Bob Chapek & Woke Ideology!

Black and White Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 10:39


Conservative Disney Employees Are SPEAKING OUT Against Bob Chapek & Woke Ideology!

New Books in Art
Paul Geary, "Experimental Dining: Performance, Experience and Ideology in Contemporary Creative Restaurants" (Intellect Books, 2022)

New Books in Art

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 70:35


Dr. Paul Geary's Experimental Dining: Performance, Experience and Ideology in Contemporary Creative Restaurants (Intellect, 2022) examines the work of four of the world's leading creative restaurants: Noma, elBulli, The Fat Duck and Alinea. Using ideas from performance studies, cultural studies, philosophy and economics, Dr. Geary explores the creation of the dining experience as a form of multisensory performance. The book examines the construction of the world of the restaurants and their creative methods, the experience of dining and the broader ideological frames within which the work takes place. The book brings together ideas around food, philosophy, performance and cultural politics to offer an interdisciplinary understanding of the practice and experience of creative restaurants. The book interrogates the experience of the performances in and of these restaurants, with a particular focus on the entanglement of sensory, embodied, and reflective experience with the broader cultural and ideological discourses that both frame and produce those seemingly individual, personal and intimate encounters with the work. The author contends that the work of the experimental restaurant, while operating explicitly within an economy of experiences, is not absolutely determined by that political or economic context. Its practice has the potential to appeal to more than idle curiosity for novelty. It can be unsettling and revealing, provocative and evocative, personal and political, experimental and considered, thoughtful and sensual. Or in other words, that the food event can be art. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/art

New Books in Sociology
Paul Geary, "Experimental Dining: Performance, Experience and Ideology in Contemporary Creative Restaurants" (Intellect Books, 2022)

New Books in Sociology

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 70:35


Dr. Paul Geary's Experimental Dining: Performance, Experience and Ideology in Contemporary Creative Restaurants (Intellect, 2022) examines the work of four of the world's leading creative restaurants: Noma, elBulli, The Fat Duck and Alinea. Using ideas from performance studies, cultural studies, philosophy and economics, Dr. Geary explores the creation of the dining experience as a form of multisensory performance. The book examines the construction of the world of the restaurants and their creative methods, the experience of dining and the broader ideological frames within which the work takes place. The book brings together ideas around food, philosophy, performance and cultural politics to offer an interdisciplinary understanding of the practice and experience of creative restaurants. The book interrogates the experience of the performances in and of these restaurants, with a particular focus on the entanglement of sensory, embodied, and reflective experience with the broader cultural and ideological discourses that both frame and produce those seemingly individual, personal and intimate encounters with the work. The author contends that the work of the experimental restaurant, while operating explicitly within an economy of experiences, is not absolutely determined by that political or economic context. Its practice has the potential to appeal to more than idle curiosity for novelty. It can be unsettling and revealing, provocative and evocative, personal and political, experimental and considered, thoughtful and sensual. Or in other words, that the food event can be art. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/sociology

New Books in Dance
Paul Geary, "Experimental Dining: Performance, Experience and Ideology in Contemporary Creative Restaurants" (Intellect Books, 2022)

New Books in Dance

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 70:35


Dr. Paul Geary's Experimental Dining: Performance, Experience and Ideology in Contemporary Creative Restaurants (Intellect, 2022) examines the work of four of the world's leading creative restaurants: Noma, elBulli, The Fat Duck and Alinea. Using ideas from performance studies, cultural studies, philosophy and economics, Dr. Geary explores the creation of the dining experience as a form of multisensory performance. The book examines the construction of the world of the restaurants and their creative methods, the experience of dining and the broader ideological frames within which the work takes place. The book brings together ideas around food, philosophy, performance and cultural politics to offer an interdisciplinary understanding of the practice and experience of creative restaurants. The book interrogates the experience of the performances in and of these restaurants, with a particular focus on the entanglement of sensory, embodied, and reflective experience with the broader cultural and ideological discourses that both frame and produce those seemingly individual, personal and intimate encounters with the work. The author contends that the work of the experimental restaurant, while operating explicitly within an economy of experiences, is not absolutely determined by that political or economic context. Its practice has the potential to appeal to more than idle curiosity for novelty. It can be unsettling and revealing, provocative and evocative, personal and political, experimental and considered, thoughtful and sensual. Or in other words, that the food event can be art. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/performing-arts

New Books in Food
Paul Geary, "Experimental Dining: Performance, Experience and Ideology in Contemporary Creative Restaurants" (Intellect Books, 2022)

New Books in Food

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 70:35


Dr. Paul Geary's Experimental Dining: Performance, Experience and Ideology in Contemporary Creative Restaurants (Intellect, 2022) examines the work of four of the world's leading creative restaurants: Noma, elBulli, The Fat Duck and Alinea. Using ideas from performance studies, cultural studies, philosophy and economics, Dr. Geary explores the creation of the dining experience as a form of multisensory performance. The book examines the construction of the world of the restaurants and their creative methods, the experience of dining and the broader ideological frames within which the work takes place. The book brings together ideas around food, philosophy, performance and cultural politics to offer an interdisciplinary understanding of the practice and experience of creative restaurants. The book interrogates the experience of the performances in and of these restaurants, with a particular focus on the entanglement of sensory, embodied, and reflective experience with the broader cultural and ideological discourses that both frame and produce those seemingly individual, personal and intimate encounters with the work. The author contends that the work of the experimental restaurant, while operating explicitly within an economy of experiences, is not absolutely determined by that political or economic context. Its practice has the potential to appeal to more than idle curiosity for novelty. It can be unsettling and revealing, provocative and evocative, personal and political, experimental and considered, thoughtful and sensual. Or in other words, that the food event can be art. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/food

New Books in Anthropology
Paul Geary, "Experimental Dining: Performance, Experience and Ideology in Contemporary Creative Restaurants" (Intellect Books, 2022)

New Books in Anthropology

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 70:35


Dr. Paul Geary's Experimental Dining: Performance, Experience and Ideology in Contemporary Creative Restaurants (Intellect, 2022) examines the work of four of the world's leading creative restaurants: Noma, elBulli, The Fat Duck and Alinea. Using ideas from performance studies, cultural studies, philosophy and economics, Dr. Geary explores the creation of the dining experience as a form of multisensory performance. The book examines the construction of the world of the restaurants and their creative methods, the experience of dining and the broader ideological frames within which the work takes place. The book brings together ideas around food, philosophy, performance and cultural politics to offer an interdisciplinary understanding of the practice and experience of creative restaurants. The book interrogates the experience of the performances in and of these restaurants, with a particular focus on the entanglement of sensory, embodied, and reflective experience with the broader cultural and ideological discourses that both frame and produce those seemingly individual, personal and intimate encounters with the work. The author contends that the work of the experimental restaurant, while operating explicitly within an economy of experiences, is not absolutely determined by that political or economic context. Its practice has the potential to appeal to more than idle curiosity for novelty. It can be unsettling and revealing, provocative and evocative, personal and political, experimental and considered, thoughtful and sensual. Or in other words, that the food event can be art. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/anthropology

New Books Network
Paul Geary, "Experimental Dining: Performance, Experience and Ideology in Contemporary Creative Restaurants" (Intellect Books, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 70:35


Dr. Paul Geary's Experimental Dining: Performance, Experience and Ideology in Contemporary Creative Restaurants (Intellect, 2022) examines the work of four of the world's leading creative restaurants: Noma, elBulli, The Fat Duck and Alinea. Using ideas from performance studies, cultural studies, philosophy and economics, Dr. Geary explores the creation of the dining experience as a form of multisensory performance. The book examines the construction of the world of the restaurants and their creative methods, the experience of dining and the broader ideological frames within which the work takes place. The book brings together ideas around food, philosophy, performance and cultural politics to offer an interdisciplinary understanding of the practice and experience of creative restaurants. The book interrogates the experience of the performances in and of these restaurants, with a particular focus on the entanglement of sensory, embodied, and reflective experience with the broader cultural and ideological discourses that both frame and produce those seemingly individual, personal and intimate encounters with the work. The author contends that the work of the experimental restaurant, while operating explicitly within an economy of experiences, is not absolutely determined by that political or economic context. Its practice has the potential to appeal to more than idle curiosity for novelty. It can be unsettling and revealing, provocative and evocative, personal and political, experimental and considered, thoughtful and sensual. Or in other words, that the food event can be art. This interview was conducted by Dr. Miranda Melcher whose doctoral work focused on post-conflict military integration, understanding treaty negotiation and implementation in civil war contexts, with qualitative analysis of the Angolan and Mozambican civil wars. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

The Blockchain Socialist
Crypto hackers don't care about your libertarian ideology

The Blockchain Socialist

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 63:20


For this episode I spoke to Jaya Klara Brekke (@jayapapaya), an academic researcher on crypto and Head of Strategy at NYM who recently gave the keynote speech for the Haus Der Kunst DAO Summit.During the interview we spoke about her skepticism and cautious optimism she mentioned in the keynote speech, the contradictory feelings on the market as someone who was raised in traditional leftist spaces mentioned in her article in the Agorism in the 21st Century Journal, and  how many critics tend to fall short. We also discussed her paper on a new protagonist in the economy she calls "hacker-engineers" and how they are not as ideological as critics want to believe as well as her criticisms of Hayekian thought.More publications by JayaI saw the Blockchain at the End of The World, turned around, and walked backCryptoeconomicsDigital ScarcityIf you liked the podcast be sure to give it a review on your preferred podcast platform. If you find content like this important consider donating to my Patreon starting at just $3 per month. It takes quite a lot of my time and resources so any amount helps. Follow me on Twitter (@TBSocialist) and join the r/CryptoLeftists subreddit and Discord to join the discussion.Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/theblockchainsocialist)

ex.haust
[teaser] Don't Say Disney ft. Geoff Shullenberger

ex.haust

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 11:49


Geoff came onto the pod to talk about what's going on with conservatives and Disney, though it's really a conversation about cultural power, Lasch, the family, ideology, political anemia, and more. We're going on hiatus until July. Geoff's piece for Unherd: https://unherd.com/2022/04/disney-has-always-spread-propaganda/

Everything Co-op with Vernon Oakes
Stacey Sutton discusses the Ideology of Black-led Co-ops & the Solidarity Economy Ecosystem

Everything Co-op with Vernon Oakes

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 49:03


Professor Stacey Sutton discusses the Ideology of Black-led Cooperatives and the Solidarity Economy Ecosystem. The discussion focused on discussion will focus on Sutton's research study "Real Black Utopias," a cooperative city research study, where she examines the infrastructure and ideology of Black-led cooperatives and solidarity economy ecosystem in multiple cities. Stacey Sutton partners with grassroots and community organizations committed to racial and economic justice, equitable development, anti-displacement, participatory democracy, and cooperative economics. Her scholarship and teaching are in community economic development, with a central focus on racial and economic justice; economic democracy and worker-owned cooperatives; movement building and the solidarity economy; gentrification and dispossession; neighborhood small business dynamics; and disparate effects of punitive policy. Sutton has led APA award-winning student projects for the Plan Making Studio and co-developed feasibility studies for community partners in her Solidarity Economy course. She served as the principal investigator of a Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar (entitled Urban Edges – Dreams, Divisions, and Infrastructures: Comparative Cross-Disciplinary Dialogues about 21st Century American Cities) that brought together leaders within and beyond the academy to advance visions of more just and equitable cities. Sutton has supported the work of numerous community organizations in Chicago and was appointed to the Community Wealth Building Working Group, Office of Equity and Racial Justice in the City of Chicago's Office of the Mayor. Sutton received a BA from Loyola University in Baltimore, an MBA from New York University, an MS from the New School for Social Research in New York, and a joint Ph.D. in Urban Planning and Sociology from Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ.

Luke Ford
Populism, Pluralism and the Administrative State (4-28-22)

Luke Ford

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 137:30


00:00 Donald Trump's threat to democracy, https://www.nytimes.com/2022/04/13/opinion/trump-democracy-decline-fall.html 07:00 Stephen Turner, "Against Democratic Theory", https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-XJjzU5Y2gc 15:00 Ideology of Anti-populism & the Administrative State, https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=143332 18:30 Rodney Martin joins 31:00 Russia v Ukraine 34:20 Putin's got his generals 38:00 China v USA 42:50 Iran 50:00 Elliott Blatt joins 55:00 Jewish Healing Wisdom, https://www.amazon.com/Jewish-Healing-Wisdom-Steven-Rosman/dp/0765799561 1:06:00 The Western Tradition, https://www.openculture.com/2007/12/the_western_tradition_on_video.html 1:07:50 LA cleans up its homeless camps 1:11:00 Charles Wing Krafft, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Wing_Krafft 1:18:00 Nick Fuentes vs Mr Metokur 1:21:00 Virtually You: The Dangerous Powers of the E-Personality, https://lukeford.net/blog/?p=121464 1:50:00 Porsalin: Terrorsperg | A Mersh Documentary, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k1ePSHDHqpQ 2:08:10 Peter Zeihan on Ukraine's Geography and Economy, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P6bYve3Ufik 2:12:00 Luke Ford | 12-Step Programs for Sex Addiction, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cW2-BWD-YtE

Blunt Force Truth
The Religious Nature of Woke Ideology - an Interview with Ethan Peck

Blunt Force Truth

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 68:22


Today's show rundown: While you watch this ringing of hands, of the Democrats and the Left on MSNBC, and CNN, they are besides themselves. Elon Musk is the Devil, and you can't open this country up to ACTUAL free speech. Everyone is screaming at the tops of their lungs saying that Musk's desire to buy twitter is all about White Power. Mind you, Musk left his birth country of South Africa at 17 because he didn't want to be conscripted into the military to use force to impose upon black people. Mark introduces us to Ethan Peck, our guest today. He is a member of the National Center's Free Enterprise Project. Mark explains a little about what / how the Free Enterprise Project does what they do. Ethan is what we like to call a recovering Lefty. Kinda like former smokers, except that being a lefty is worse for your health than smoking. Marxism is very inviting to group of people who feel like they are victims. Ethan grew up in NYC, a very Democratic area of Long Island. It was almost a given that you were supposed to be a democrat. While living abroad in Israel, he was able to see how news media where he worked, would change words to articles he wrote, he was able to see how the things he was instructed in Liberal Arts college were put into practice real time. The religious nature of the Woke Ideology is really what caused Ethan to come over to the other side. Ethan Peck is an associate for the National Center's Free Enterprise Project, the conservative movement's only full-service shareholder activism and education program. Prior to pursuing a career in political advocacy, Ethan worked as an audio engineer and music producer in New York, as well as a news editor for the Jerusalem Post in Jerusalem. He credits both experiences as instrumental to his eventual departure from the left. Ethan is well-versed in woke ideology and the social justice mindset, and is hopeful that traditional American values can be communicated effectively across the aisle. He holds a Master's Degree in Counter-Terrorism from the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, Israel. https://nationalcenter.org/ https://twitter.com/ethanbenrobert Black Rock Loves China Health Tip Link Spermidine Info

The Pakistan Experience
How The Left Can Fix Pakistan - Ammar Ali Jan - An Alternative to Elite Politics - #165

The Pakistan Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 90:43


Everyone talks about having no alternative in politics in Pakistan but does anyone actually bother looking at all the options? Ammar Ali Jan is a young politician providing that alternative that many are looking for; a Pakistan that is equal, progressive and sovereign. Ammar comes on the Pakistan Experience to lay down his vision for the Haqooq-e-Khalq movement. On this week's episode we discuss, the Pakistani Left, Anti-Imperialism, Elite Politics and Elite capture, Lettergate and the Left's vision for Pakistan. Ammar Ali Jan is a Pakistani historian, activist, youth leader and academic. He is founder and president of Haqooq-e-Khalq Movement, also a member of Progressive International. The Pakistan Experience is an independently produced podcast looking to tell stories about Pakistan through conversations. Please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepakistanexperience And Please stay in touch: https://twitter.com/ThePakistanExp1 https://www.facebook.com/thepakistanexperience https://instagram.com/thepakistanexpeperience The podcast is hosted by comedian and writer, Shehzad Ghias Shaikh. Shehzad is a Fulbright scholar with a Masters in Theatre from Brooklyn College. He is also one of the foremost Stand-up comedians in Pakistan and frequently writes for numerous publications. Instagram.com/shehzadghiasshaikh Facebook.com/Shehzadghias/ Twitter.com/shehzad89 Chapters: 0:00 Why the Left is not supporting Imran Khan 5:30 Military Intervention 19:00 Imran Khan's anti-imperialism vs the left's anti-imperialism 25:00 Lettergate and US Involvement 34:30 The right co-opting the left's narrative 39:30 The entire elite system is the problem 50:00 How the Left can fix Pakistan 58:30 How do you see the future of the Left? 1:00:00 Joining a Mainstream Party 1:04:20 Is the left anti-religion? 1:07:00 Messiah Complex of leaders on the Left 1:10:30 Left's weakness 1:13:00 Fracturing in the Left 1:16:30 When is HKM coming to Karachi? 1:18:00 Mohajir Politics 1:22:00 Common Critique of the Left 1:23:30 Ideology as Ahistorical - Althusser 1:26:30 Conclusion and how to join

Shipwreck Show
Elon Musk Buys Twitter | Robots and Liberal Ideologies tonight with Just Justin

Shipwreck Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 59:25


Enjoy the show & if you like what you see please consider supporting us using this link – Love Your Faces, Ship https://anchor.fm/theshipwreckshow/support --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theshipwreckshow/support

Kevin McCullough Radio
20220425 - Whose Children Are They When They Become Indoctrinated In Marxist Ideologies?

Kevin McCullough Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 53:11


Retired Brigadier General, Robert Spalding, came on the program to highlight China's motives are and can be while the United States is busy being preoccupied with Russia & Ukraine at the moment. He has a new book out called "War Without Rules" that can be purchased via Amazon. Secondly, Writer & Producer of "Whose Children Are They" Deborah Flora came on the show to highlight the kind of indoctrination teachers are instilling into the minds of the kids they teach to accept Marxist ideologies and how dangerous a precedent that can set going forward. This new documentary can be viewed on the Salem streaming platform Salem Now! On Wednesday, April 27th, Salem will host a Business Breakfast function at Bergen Community College. Jason Greene of MagniFlood will be in attendance and speaking at this event as the Title Sponsor of the Salem Business Breakfast. Finally, we round out the show with Scott Martin from Kramer Market Research highlighting Elon Musk being on the verge of purchasing Twitter and taking the company private.

Mediocre Outdoors podcast

Two hillbillies talking about the state of the union, there Ideologies and opinions. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

The Ezra Klein Show
The Philosophers: Loneliness and totalitarianism

The Ezra Klein Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 63:34


Sean Illing talks with professor Lyndsey Stonebridge about the philosopher Hannah Arendt, author of The Origins of Totalitarianism. Arendt might be best known for coining the phrase “the banality of evil” in her reporting on the trial of Adolf Eichmann in 1961, but in this episode Sean and Lyndsey discuss Arendt's insights into the roots of mass movements, how her flight from Nazi occupation shaped her worldview, and how loneliness and isolation — which abound in our world today — can prepare a population for an authoritarian turn. The Philosophers is a new monthly series from Vox Conversations. Each episode will focus on a philosophical figure or school of thought from the past, and discuss how their ideas can help us make sense of our modern world and lives today. Host: Sean Illing (@seanilling), Interviews writer, Vox Guest: Lyndsey Stonebridge (@lyndseystonebri), author; professor of humanities and human rights, University of Birmingham Works by Hannah Arendt:  The Origins of Totalitarianism (1951), with the inclusion of the chapter "Ideology and Terror" in 1953; Eichmann in Jerusalem (1963); The Human Condition (1958); "Home to Roost: A Bicentennial Address" (1975); "Personal Responsibility under Dictatorship" (1964) Other References:  The Judicial Imagination: Writing After Nuremberg by Lyndsey Stonebridge (Edinburgh University Press; 2011) Placeless People: Writings, Rights, and Refugees by Lyndsey Stonebridge (Oxford; 2018) Thinking Like Hannah Arendt by Lyndsey Stonebridge (Jonathan Cape; forthcoming 2022) "A 1951 book about totalitarianism is flying off the shelves. Here's why" by Sean Illing (Vox; updated Jan. 30, 2019) "Where loneliness can lead" by Samantha Rose Hill (Aeon; Oct. 16, 2020) The Lonely Crowd by David Riesman (1950) Immanuel Kant, Groundwork for the Metaphysics of Morals (1785) for the "categorical imperative" Enjoyed this episode? Rate Vox Conversations ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ and leave a review on Apple Podcasts. Subscribe for free. Be the first to hear the next episode of Vox Conversations by subscribing in your favorite podcast app. Support Vox Conversations by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts This episode was made by:  Producer: Erikk Geannikis Editor: Amy Drozdowska Deputy Editorial Director, Vox Talk: Amber Hall Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Martial Arts Studies
East Meets West and the problem of Ideology, part 2

Martial Arts Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 48:25


East Meets West and the problem of Ideology, part 2. Professor Paul Bowman (Cardiff University). Also available as a video on the Martial Arts Studies YouTube Channel. Theme music, 'Eejeb', by Ronin E-Ville (http://ronineville.com) used with permission.

Millennial Review
Tucker Carlson, Ideology, and Hope

Millennial Review

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2022 79:46


Justin and Trevor answer listener questions about Christian Smalls going on Tucker Carlson, Democrats chances in upcoming elections, what gives us hope, and more. Join us on Patreon at patreon.com/millennialreview

Prosperity 101 Podcast hosted by Linda J Hansen
Change Happens Slowly – Until It Happens All At Once – with Robert Bortins – [Ep. 118]

Prosperity 101 Podcast hosted by Linda J Hansen

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 27:12


Many people are surprised at the perceived swiftness of cultural shifts in our society affecting economic prosperity, national security, and the stability of families and communities. Freedoms we once took for granted hang in the balance. It may seem sudden, but change happens slowly until it happens all at once. Ideologies dominating the upheaval have been permeating our educational system for decades, and results are evident. How can parents and employers turn the tide and promote skills that teach how to think, not what to think? Listen as Linda discusses this and more with Robert Bortins, CEO of Classical Conversations, a unique educational resource company serving families around the world.  © Copyright 2022, Prosperity 101, LLC ----------------------------------------------------- For information and resources visit: https://prosperity101.com Or click here to order a copy of Prosperity 101 – Job Security Through Business Prosperity by Linda J. Hansen. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider becoming a sponsor. Contact us today!

Catholics Across the Aisle
Transgender Ideology in Sports & Society

Catholics Across the Aisle

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 60:20


Michael Sheedy is joined by Ken Kniepmann, associate for health, and Michael Barrett, associate for education, to discuss how transgender ideology is impacting sports, schools and society. Their conversation considers the background of the transgender movement, current implications for our culture, and how Catholics can respond with truth and compassion. 

KPFA - Letters and Politics
Fascism: History, Ideology, Resistance & The French Presidential Elections

KPFA - Letters and Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 59:58


New Books Network
Thomas Piketty, "A Brief History of Equality" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 42:09


There is no political power without control of the archive, if not of memory. Effective democratization can always be measured by this essential criterion: the participation in and the access to the archive, its constitution, and its interpretation. – epigraph in The Long Land War by Jo Guldi (2021) Every political order contains within it tensions, contradictions, and vulnerabilities that at a certain point become too difficult to maintain. – The Rise and Fall of the Neoliberal Order by Gary Gerstle (2022) In the Economica Centenary Coarse Lecture delivered virtually to the London School of Economics in 2021 Thomas Piketty lightheartedly remarked on his English as part of a larger point about how linguistic limitations can reduce our access to important information and data worldwide. And like the epigraph above opening a book about the global struggle for occupancy rights, Piketty was noting just how dependent scholars are on the kind of primary sources to which they can use and access. Coming from one of our era's preeminent scholars of political economy it was more than just a self-deprecating lead-in for his 2020 Capital and Ideology, a book that enlarged the focus of his famous 2014 Capital in the 21st Century by expanding the geopolitical reach of its analysis of the structure of inequality with its emphasis on political and ideological forces as key causative factors rather than purely economic and technological ones. As he mentions in this interview, his latest book concisely refines his arguments. Coming in at a short 277 pages the professor's A Brief History of Equality, translated by Steven Randall (The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2022) will come as a bit of relief for readers acquainted with his much lengthier earlier works. Piketty offers up this comparative history of inequalities among social classes in human societies – or, as he points out: a brief history of equality acknowledging the long-term trend toward greater social, economic and political equality. The book opens with ‘the movement toward equality' and ‘the slow deconcentration of power and property' before reminding readers of our ‘heritage of slavery and colonialism' and then broaching ‘the question of reparations'. You will hear Professor Piketty share his thoughts on why this question is key for reconciling societal divisions and what reparations could represent in terms of social justice. As he points out, both in this interview and in the book, ‘everything remains to be invented' which is offered in the same optimistic spirit with which he argues that the struggle for increasing levels of equality requires ‘collective learning'. The crisp progression of ideas in the ten chapters of his narrative leads to its concluding implications that the need for increasing equality at the global level is not only a moral imperative but also an economic one. Not everyone will agree with the professor's vision or his interpretations but few will question his authority or transparency in such deliberations. The professor's research and data can be studied through his homepage, and the World Inequality Database. Thomas Piketty is a professor at the Paris School of Economics, Director of Studies at The School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences, and Co-Director of the World Inequality Lab and Database. Keith Krueger lectures in the SILC Business School at Shanghai University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in History
Thomas Piketty, "A Brief History of Equality" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books in History

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 42:09


There is no political power without control of the archive, if not of memory. Effective democratization can always be measured by this essential criterion: the participation in and the access to the archive, its constitution, and its interpretation. – epigraph in The Long Land War by Jo Guldi (2021) Every political order contains within it tensions, contradictions, and vulnerabilities that at a certain point become too difficult to maintain. – The Rise and Fall of the Neoliberal Order by Gary Gerstle (2022) In the Economica Centenary Coarse Lecture delivered virtually to the London School of Economics in 2021 Thomas Piketty lightheartedly remarked on his English as part of a larger point about how linguistic limitations can reduce our access to important information and data worldwide. And like the epigraph above opening a book about the global struggle for occupancy rights, Piketty was noting just how dependent scholars are on the kind of primary sources to which they can use and access. Coming from one of our era's preeminent scholars of political economy it was more than just a self-deprecating lead-in for his 2020 Capital and Ideology, a book that enlarged the focus of his famous 2014 Capital in the 21st Century by expanding the geopolitical reach of its analysis of the structure of inequality with its emphasis on political and ideological forces as key causative factors rather than purely economic and technological ones. As he mentions in this interview, his latest book concisely refines his arguments. Coming in at a short 277 pages the professor's A Brief History of Equality, translated by Steven Randall (The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2022) will come as a bit of relief for readers acquainted with his much lengthier earlier works. Piketty offers up this comparative history of inequalities among social classes in human societies – or, as he points out: a brief history of equality acknowledging the long-term trend toward greater social, economic and political equality. The book opens with ‘the movement toward equality' and ‘the slow deconcentration of power and property' before reminding readers of our ‘heritage of slavery and colonialism' and then broaching ‘the question of reparations'. You will hear Professor Piketty share his thoughts on why this question is key for reconciling societal divisions and what reparations could represent in terms of social justice. As he points out, both in this interview and in the book, ‘everything remains to be invented' which is offered in the same optimistic spirit with which he argues that the struggle for increasing levels of equality requires ‘collective learning'. The crisp progression of ideas in the ten chapters of his narrative leads to its concluding implications that the need for increasing equality at the global level is not only a moral imperative but also an economic one. Not everyone will agree with the professor's vision or his interpretations but few will question his authority or transparency in such deliberations. The professor's research and data can be studied through his homepage, and the World Inequality Database. Thomas Piketty is a professor at the Paris School of Economics, Director of Studies at The School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences, and Co-Director of the World Inequality Lab and Database. Keith Krueger lectures in the SILC Business School at Shanghai University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/history

New Books in World Affairs
Thomas Piketty, "A Brief History of Equality" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books in World Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 42:09


There is no political power without control of the archive, if not of memory. Effective democratization can always be measured by this essential criterion: the participation in and the access to the archive, its constitution, and its interpretation. – epigraph in The Long Land War by Jo Guldi (2021) Every political order contains within it tensions, contradictions, and vulnerabilities that at a certain point become too difficult to maintain. – The Rise and Fall of the Neoliberal Order by Gary Gerstle (2022) In the Economica Centenary Coarse Lecture delivered virtually to the London School of Economics in 2021 Thomas Piketty lightheartedly remarked on his English as part of a larger point about how linguistic limitations can reduce our access to important information and data worldwide. And like the epigraph above opening a book about the global struggle for occupancy rights, Piketty was noting just how dependent scholars are on the kind of primary sources to which they can use and access. Coming from one of our era's preeminent scholars of political economy it was more than just a self-deprecating lead-in for his 2020 Capital and Ideology, a book that enlarged the focus of his famous 2014 Capital in the 21st Century by expanding the geopolitical reach of its analysis of the structure of inequality with its emphasis on political and ideological forces as key causative factors rather than purely economic and technological ones. As he mentions in this interview, his latest book concisely refines his arguments. Coming in at a short 277 pages the professor's A Brief History of Equality, translated by Steven Randall (The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2022) will come as a bit of relief for readers acquainted with his much lengthier earlier works. Piketty offers up this comparative history of inequalities among social classes in human societies – or, as he points out: a brief history of equality acknowledging the long-term trend toward greater social, economic and political equality. The book opens with ‘the movement toward equality' and ‘the slow deconcentration of power and property' before reminding readers of our ‘heritage of slavery and colonialism' and then broaching ‘the question of reparations'. You will hear Professor Piketty share his thoughts on why this question is key for reconciling societal divisions and what reparations could represent in terms of social justice. As he points out, both in this interview and in the book, ‘everything remains to be invented' which is offered in the same optimistic spirit with which he argues that the struggle for increasing levels of equality requires ‘collective learning'. The crisp progression of ideas in the ten chapters of his narrative leads to its concluding implications that the need for increasing equality at the global level is not only a moral imperative but also an economic one. Not everyone will agree with the professor's vision or his interpretations but few will question his authority or transparency in such deliberations. The professor's research and data can be studied through his homepage, and the World Inequality Database. Thomas Piketty is a professor at the Paris School of Economics, Director of Studies at The School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences, and Co-Director of the World Inequality Lab and Database. Keith Krueger lectures in the SILC Business School at Shanghai University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

New Books in Intellectual History
Thomas Piketty, "A Brief History of Equality" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 42:09


There is no political power without control of the archive, if not of memory. Effective democratization can always be measured by this essential criterion: the participation in and the access to the archive, its constitution, and its interpretation. – epigraph in The Long Land War by Jo Guldi (2021) Every political order contains within it tensions, contradictions, and vulnerabilities that at a certain point become too difficult to maintain. – The Rise and Fall of the Neoliberal Order by Gary Gerstle (2022) In the Economica Centenary Coarse Lecture delivered virtually to the London School of Economics in 2021 Thomas Piketty lightheartedly remarked on his English as part of a larger point about how linguistic limitations can reduce our access to important information and data worldwide. And like the epigraph above opening a book about the global struggle for occupancy rights, Piketty was noting just how dependent scholars are on the kind of primary sources to which they can use and access. Coming from one of our era's preeminent scholars of political economy it was more than just a self-deprecating lead-in for his 2020 Capital and Ideology, a book that enlarged the focus of his famous 2014 Capital in the 21st Century by expanding the geopolitical reach of its analysis of the structure of inequality with its emphasis on political and ideological forces as key causative factors rather than purely economic and technological ones. As he mentions in this interview, his latest book concisely refines his arguments. Coming in at a short 277 pages the professor's A Brief History of Equality, translated by Steven Randall (The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2022) will come as a bit of relief for readers acquainted with his much lengthier earlier works. Piketty offers up this comparative history of inequalities among social classes in human societies – or, as he points out: a brief history of equality acknowledging the long-term trend toward greater social, economic and political equality. The book opens with ‘the movement toward equality' and ‘the slow deconcentration of power and property' before reminding readers of our ‘heritage of slavery and colonialism' and then broaching ‘the question of reparations'. You will hear Professor Piketty share his thoughts on why this question is key for reconciling societal divisions and what reparations could represent in terms of social justice. As he points out, both in this interview and in the book, ‘everything remains to be invented' which is offered in the same optimistic spirit with which he argues that the struggle for increasing levels of equality requires ‘collective learning'. The crisp progression of ideas in the ten chapters of his narrative leads to its concluding implications that the need for increasing equality at the global level is not only a moral imperative but also an economic one. Not everyone will agree with the professor's vision or his interpretations but few will question his authority or transparency in such deliberations. The professor's research and data can be studied through his homepage, and the World Inequality Database. Thomas Piketty is a professor at the Paris School of Economics, Director of Studies at The School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences, and Co-Director of the World Inequality Lab and Database. Keith Krueger lectures in the SILC Business School at Shanghai University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in Political Science
Thomas Piketty, "A Brief History of Equality" (Harvard UP, 2022)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 42:09


There is no political power without control of the archive, if not of memory. Effective democratization can always be measured by this essential criterion: the participation in and the access to the archive, its constitution, and its interpretation. – epigraph in The Long Land War by Jo Guldi (2021) Every political order contains within it tensions, contradictions, and vulnerabilities that at a certain point become too difficult to maintain. – The Rise and Fall of the Neoliberal Order by Gary Gerstle (2022) In the Economica Centenary Coarse Lecture delivered virtually to the London School of Economics in 2021 Thomas Piketty lightheartedly remarked on his English as part of a larger point about how linguistic limitations can reduce our access to important information and data worldwide. And like the epigraph above opening a book about the global struggle for occupancy rights, Piketty was noting just how dependent scholars are on the kind of primary sources to which they can use and access. Coming from one of our era's preeminent scholars of political economy it was more than just a self-deprecating lead-in for his 2020 Capital and Ideology, a book that enlarged the focus of his famous 2014 Capital in the 21st Century by expanding the geopolitical reach of its analysis of the structure of inequality with its emphasis on political and ideological forces as key causative factors rather than purely economic and technological ones. As he mentions in this interview, his latest book concisely refines his arguments. Coming in at a short 277 pages the professor's A Brief History of Equality, translated by Steven Randall (The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2022) will come as a bit of relief for readers acquainted with his much lengthier earlier works. Piketty offers up this comparative history of inequalities among social classes in human societies – or, as he points out: a brief history of equality acknowledging the long-term trend toward greater social, economic and political equality. The book opens with ‘the movement toward equality' and ‘the slow deconcentration of power and property' before reminding readers of our ‘heritage of slavery and colonialism' and then broaching ‘the question of reparations'. You will hear Professor Piketty share his thoughts on why this question is key for reconciling societal divisions and what reparations could represent in terms of social justice. As he points out, both in this interview and in the book, ‘everything remains to be invented' which is offered in the same optimistic spirit with which he argues that the struggle for increasing levels of equality requires ‘collective learning'. The crisp progression of ideas in the ten chapters of his narrative leads to its concluding implications that the need for increasing equality at the global level is not only a moral imperative but also an economic one. Not everyone will agree with the professor's vision or his interpretations but few will question his authority or transparency in such deliberations. The professor's research and data can be studied through his homepage, and the World Inequality Database. Thomas Piketty is a professor at the Paris School of Economics, Director of Studies at The School of Advanced Studies in Social Sciences, and Co-Director of the World Inequality Lab and Database. Keith Krueger lectures in the SILC Business School at Shanghai University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

ChurchPulse Weekly
110 | Andy Stanley on Political Polarization in the Church, New Thinking on Church Attendance and Ideology Versus Theology

ChurchPulse Weekly

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 49:30


Andy Stanley (senior pastor of North Point Ministries) sits down with Carey Nieuwhof to discuss pastoral burnout and political polarization in the Church. He shares new ways he's thinking about attendance during the pandemic, what he's learned from preaching to an empty room and why Christians have become more passionate about ideology over theology.   –   To watch other extended interviews with State of Your Church contributors and read the full report, go to Barna.com/Access and use the code CHURCHPULSE to receive 20% off an annual subscription.   Follow Barna at: Instagram: @barnagroup Twitter: @davidkinnaman | @barnagroup Facebook: Barna Group Youtube: Barna Group

Conservatives' Guide to American Politics Today
How Woke Ideology Effects The Workplace with Andrew Crapuchettes

Conservatives' Guide to American Politics Today

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 43:13


Andrew from Red Balloon Work visits with Conservatives' Guide to talk about the impact of woeness on business.  He shares what he witnessed in his 22 years in the business industry and what he is doing to combat the life destroy effects of political correctness, art, and woke ideologies.Bonus:  Andrew shares how people can play pronoun bomb on redballoon.work!  What is Pronoun Bomb?  Take a listen it is a great story.To learn more about Andrew and his business, visit redballoon.work.Conservatives' Guide is a listener supported production.  To learn more about supporting the program, please visit conservativesguide.com/support/.

American Thought Leaders
Luke Rosiak: Schools Use Woke Ideology to Hide Dismal Teacher Performance, Harming Minorities the Most

American Thought Leaders

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 19, 2022 50:04


“It is baked into the way that these schools operate to devalue academic achievement because they don't want a paper trail of how they're failing your kids,” says Luke Rosiak, an investigative reporter at the Daily Wire and author of “Race to the Bottom: Uncovering the Secret Forces Destroying American Public Education.” Even before the pandemic hit, 66 percent of American 4th graders were scoring less than Proficient on the Nation's Report Card assessment. As minority students fall behind, schools in America are abolishing standardized tests, A-B-C-D-F grading scales, and entrance exams. “In pursuit of equity, they have stopped measuring things. They started cooking the books. They started orienting everything around the lowest common denominator. And the result is really devastating for society,” Rosiak says. Follow EpochTV on social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EpochTVus Twitter: https://twitter.com/EpochTVus Rumble: https://rumble.com/c/EpochTV Gettr: https://gettr.com/user/epochtv Gab: https://gab.com/EpochTV Telegram: https://t.me/EpochTV

Stu Does America
Ep 480 | Exposing the Racist Ideology of Alleged NYC Subway Shooter | Guests: Glenn Beck & Doug Goudie

Stu Does America

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 13, 2022 44:21


The alleged New York City subway shooter Frank R. James has been arrested, thankfully, before more carnage could come about. Stu Burguiere looks into the accused's dark and bigotry-filled past to try to determine how so much hatred and anger could be converted into real-world violence. Then, Glenn Beck joins the show to talk about the most difficult conversation America needs to have with itself right now: Joe Biden's fitness to lead the country. And WGY's Doug Goudie swings onto the program to discuss more New York-based problems. Specifically, the recent arrest and resignation of Lt. Governor Brian Benjamin. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Rachel Maddow Show
Patriotism supplants political ideology in Ukrainian fight to repel Russian invasion

The Rachel Maddow Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 42:35


Patriotism supplants political ideology in Ukrainian fight to repel Russian invasion ...Plus, Fake Trump elector loses re-election bid

Bannon's War Room
Episode 1,760 - The War On The American Family; They're Coming For The Children - Vaccines, Masks, Transgender Ideology, Sex Trafficking, Pedophilia

Bannon's War Room

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 51:42


We discuss the border, Judge Jackson, COVID, and more.  Our guests are: Terry Schilling, Kristina Karamo, Liz Yore, John Solomon, Anna Paulina, Sean Feucht, Dr. Naomi Wolf Stay ahead of the censors - Join us warroom.org/join Aired On: 4/05/2022 Watch: On the Web: http://www.warroom.org On Podcast: http://warroom.ctcin.bio On TV: PlutoTV Channel 240, Dish Channel 219, Roku, Apple TV, FireTV or on https://AmericasVoice.news. #news #politics #realnews 

Under The Skin with Russell Brand
#232 The Military Industrial Complex, Explained (with Richard Hanania)

Under The Skin with Russell Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2022 11:09


This week I'm joined by a fantastic writer and researcher, Richard Hanania. Richard specialises in defense, war, and the military industrial complex; he is also the president of The Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology. In this conversation we discuss the current conflict in Ukraine, past wars, the role of sanctions, and who benefits from American foreign policy. We also dig into what the military industrial complex is and how it really works.  More Info: Subscribe to Richard Hanania's Substack: https://richardhanania.substack.com My meditation podcast, Above the Noise, is out now, only on Luminary. I release guided meditations every Wednesday. Please check it out: http://luminary.link/meditate Elites are taking over! Our only hope is to form our own. To learn more join my cartel here https://www.russellbrand.com/join and get weekly bulletins too incendiary for anything but your private inbox. (*not a euphemism) Subscribe to my YouTube channel, I post four videos a week including video clips from these episodes!  https://www.youtube.com/russellbrand Subscribe to my YouTube side-channel for more wellness and spirituality: https://www.youtube.com/c/AwakeningWithRussell Instagram: http://instagram.com/russellbrand/ Twitter:  http://twitter.com/rustyrockets