Donald Trump's big lie about the 2020 election has not died. The lie and its impact on America's political culture is core to Jonathan Lemire's new book "The Big Lie: Election Chaos, Political Opportunism, and the State of American Politics After 2020". What is the power of the big lie? How has Trump built upon the lies of Republicans before him? How is the big lie impacting the 2022 midterms? Find out the answers to these and other questions during this insightful conversation. Join us! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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In this episode, Charlie Kirk is joined by Adam Laxalt, Republican candidate for Nevada's Senate, to talk about his grassroots campaign and where he stands in the polls.
David Pepper has witnessed Ohio devolve into an electoral autocracy where extreme Republican gerrymandering ensures that the results of the state elections are pre-determined. This is happening across the country in so-called red states, which are in reality voter suppression states or Republican hostage states. Pepper explains how we got here, what can still be done about it, and his list of reasons and strategies to fight like hell. For more on Pepper's work, check out his book Laboratories of Autocracy: A Wake-Up Call from Behind the Lines and his website LaboratoriesOfAutocracy.com.
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If you listen to this podcast, you know that suburban women are a key voting bloc coming into the midterm elections. And they are fired up – about abortion rights, about their kids' schools, about voting rights, and so much more. So this week, we're taking a moment to talk about what exactly is on suburban women's minds right now. One of our favorite organizers, Julie Womack, drops by the pod to discuss what she's been hearing on the ground. Rachel adds what she's been hearing from women on her Troublemaker Tour, and Jasmine and Amanda talk about what they've been hearing in their communities. Everyone agrees that pundits and the media get a lot wrong about suburban women, like the idea that we'll “forget” about reproductive rights, or that we'll just vote with our husbands. (If anything, it's the other way around! Republicans are starting to have not just a Suburban Women Problem, but a Dad Problem as well.)Rachel then sits down with Sarah Longwell of The Focus Group podcast. Sarah recently ran a focus group with suburban women and she shares those findings with Rachel. She also chats about her “flippers” – women who voted for Trump in 2016 and Biden in 2020 – and how she thinks they're likely to vote this year.Finally, Amanda, Jasmine and Rachel raise a glass to working parents, attending the Congressional Black Caucus conference, and to Amanda's daughter getting to see the White House in this episode's “Toast to Joy.”With the election just around the corner, it's time to organize... like a woman! That means digging deep, getting vulnerable, and finding our courage. On Monday, October 10, Abbi Jacobson from A League of Their Own and Piper Perabo from Yellowstone are joining forces with Red Wine & Blue because they believe in the power of women supporting women. You can find out more about this exciting virtual event at redwine.blue.For a transcript of this episode, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Axios Senior Political Correspondent Josh Kraushaar joins Sarah to explain what happens when the Democrats' sugar rush drops. Are the fundamentals still favoring Republicans in the midterms? What's going on in Georgia? Can candidate quality block a red wave? And how's 2024 shaping up? Join for a healthy fix of pre-midterms political punditry and prognostication.Show Notes:-Josh's Axios piece on the state of play for November
For years, hopeful reformers have touted the promise of third parties as an antidote to our political polarization. But when so many of the issues that voters care about most — like abortion, or climate change, or guns — are also the most divisive, can any third party actually bring voters together under a big tent? Or will it just fracture the electorate further?Today's guests say it's worth it to try. Andrew Yang and David Jolly are two of the co-founders of the Forward Party, a new political party focused on advancing election reform measures, including open primaries, independent redistricting commissions in every state and the widespread adoption of ranked choice voting. Yang is a former Democratic candidate for president and a former Democratic candidate for mayor of New York City. Jolly is a former Republican congressman and executive chairman of the Serve America Movement. Together, they joined Jane Coaston live onstage at the Texas Tribune Festival to discuss why they've built a party and not a nonprofit, what kinds of candidates they want to see run under their banner and what Democrats are getting wrong in their midterm strategy right now.(A full transcript of the episode will be available midday on the Times website.)
Rep. Elissa Slotkin (MI-08) joins Jon to describe the frustrating circumstances that led to her fiery speech on the House floor last week, when several Republicans tried blocking a bill for veterans before ultimately voting for it. Later, they explore why being from a competitive district like hers is different than a safe district—and the governing challenges of working with an opposing party that won't compromise. Staff writers Jay Jurden and Kasaun Wilson are also here to break down Herschel Walker's abortion scandal and explain why none of his hypocrisies have derailed his campaign so far.CREDITSHosted by: Jon StewartFeaturing, in order of appearance: Jay Jurden, Kasaun Wilson, Elissa SlotkinExecutive Produced by Jon Stewart, Brinda Adhikari, James Dixon, Chris McShane, and Richard Plepler. Lead Producer: Sophie EricksonProducers: Zach Goldbaum, Caity Gray, and Robby SlowikAssoc. Producer: Andrea BetanzosSound Engineer & Editor: Miguel Carrascal Senior Digital Producer: Frederika Morgan Digital Coordinator: Norma Hernandez Supervising Producer: Lorrie Baranek Head Writer: Kris AcimovicElements: Kenneth Hull, Daniella PhilipsonTalent: Brittany Mehmedovic, Marjorie McCurry, Lukas ThimmResearch: Susan Helvenston, Andy Crystal, and Cassie Murdoch Theme Music by: Gary Clark Jr.The Problem with Jon Stewart podcast is an Apple TV+ podcast, produced by Busboy Productions. https://apple.co/-JonStewart
A tight senate race in Ohio has drawn a great deal of national attention, with multiple polls showing a dead heat between the candidates and many pundits suggesting Ohio will be a key seat in deciding the balance of power after November. Democratic congressman and candidate for U.S. Senate in Ohio Tim Ryan joins the podcast to share why he believes his campaign and policies are appealing to both Democrats and Republicans, how he would buck the Democratic party if necessary to prioritize Americans and why he has chosen to campaign without the help of President Biden to emphasize his own voice to Ohoians. Today, President Biden will travel to Florida to assess the damage caused by Hurricane Ian. The storm has flooded countless homes and left hundreds of thousands of residents without power. As Floridians recover from the devastation, many are wondering how and when they'll be able to recover from the hurricane. Chief Resiliency Officer for One Concern and former FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate joins the Rundown to discuss what's next for the victims, what assistance FEMA provides, and what people need to know as they begin rebuilding after the storm. Plus, commentary by Fox Nation host Tammy Bruce. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In episode 1345, Jack and Miles are joined by writer, producer, and comedian Brandie Posey to discuss… Dems Aren't Really Offering Much in the Midterms..., Sadly, the GOP is Really Not Doing a Great Job with Candidate Optics, The Great Halloween Candy Shortage Of 2022 Is Here! (According To People Who Want You To Buy Halloween Candy) and more! Inflation, supply chain issues could result in a scary Halloween, warn experts Halloween candy shortage scare shows importance of domestic sugar production Retailers Prepare for Halloween as Global Supply Chain Recovers From Pandemic Disruption The Scariest Part of Halloween This Year Is the Supply Chain How the Supply Chain Stole Halloween Hershey, Nestle warn of Halloween candy shortages CHECK OUT: Opinion Cave by Brandie Posey LISTEN: Roda Mundo by Anna MazzottiSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With the midterm elections only 5 weeks out, Mary Trump summons #NerdAvengers Wajahat Ali, Danielle Moodie, Jen Taub, Cliff Schechter, Charlotte Clymer, and Brian Karem to lay out the messaging needed to win. Can Democrats focus on our shared humanity, go on offense to combat Republicans' escalating war on our rights, get out the vote, and share a positive vision of the future in time? The Mary Trump Show Live In Los Angeles 10/21/22 @ Dynasty Typewriter 2511 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA, 90057 Tickets ‘Ask Mary Anything' Email: MARY@POLITICON.COM This Week's Nerd Avengers: Cliff Schechter- Twitter | Blue Amp Strategies | YouTube | UnPresidented Podcast | Author Charlotte Clymer Jen Taub- Twitter | Western New England University School of Law | Website | Author of “Big Dirty Money” Brian Karem- Twitter | Just Ask The Question Podcast | Author Danielle Moodie- Twitter | Woke AF Daily | DCP Entertainment | Daily Beast | Democracy-ish | Medium Wajahat Ali- Twitter | Daily Beast | Website | | Democracy-ish | Author of “Go Back To Where You Came From” Charlotte Clymer- Twitter | Substack | LPAC Please Support This Week's Sponsor BrickHouse Nutition's Field Of Greens: To get 15% off your first order of powerful green filled nutrition, plus an additional 10% off when you subscribe, go to fieldofgreens.com and use promo code: MARY
Matt Kibbe sits down with Corey DeAngelis, senior fellow at the American Federation for Children, to discuss the bottom-up revolution sweeping the States, driven by fed-up parents demanding better choices and accountability from failing government schools. While Arizona's reforms are the new gold standard, and West Virginia is making progress in offering school choice to more students, parents should demand more, especially from Republicans. With students still recovering from COVID lockdowns and long-term school closures, the last thing children need is politics getting in the way of parental rights and much needed reforms.
Just weeks ahead of the mid-term elections, Elon Musk is back. He wants Twitter and will pay the full price tag of $44 billion. The company WANTS the deal, too... so, what could go wrong? The left doesn't want this... it's a "threat to democracy." Meanwhile, in today's show, I explain why it's critical that we have more voices, more diversity and more independents and conservatives in charge of social media platforms. So, Elon will be GOOD for Democracy but, the Dems still don't want him. Speaking of freedom of speech - I've got details on the RNC's complaint against Google. Republicans say their emails are going straight to spam. Plus, home prices are tanking as mortgage rates skyrocket. What does that mean for housing investors? Join me for more and GAIN ACCESS to my EXCLUSIVE free Town Hall Event at https://TrishRegan.Locals.com. Today's sponsors: https://LegacyPMInvestments.com https://AMAC.US/Regan https://KeyCityCapital.com/TrishSupport the show: https://trishregan.store/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On this week's episode of the Tim McKernan Show, Tim sits down with Mark Mantovani. Tim and Mark discuss Mark's campaign for St. Louis County Executive and his decision to run as a Republican against incumbent Sam Page. Please Support the Sponsors: The Home Loan Expert, Ryan Kelley Mark Hannah – Evergreen Wealth Strategies James Carlton Agency (State Farm) Mungenast Design Aire Heating & Cooling Follow us on Social Media: @TMASTL on Twitter, @tma_stl on Instagram
On today's Breitbart News Daily podcast, we begin with the news that Elon Musk is finally going to buy Twitter, probably. It looks like he's doing so in order to avoid more court battles, though that's not a guarantee either. We get into the political scandals of Herschel Walker, as well as his opponent, Raphael Warnock, who is not a good guy. Will the GOP abandon their nominee? Probably not, actually. But will enough Republican voters ditch the former Heisman winner and concede that Senate seat to a socialist? Maybe. Stranger things have happened. Our national debt has hit $31 trillion for the first time, even as we send more money to Ukraine. A record number of criminals are crossing our southern border into our country. And the Duchess of Sussex (aka Meghan Markle) is trying to cancel 20-year-old movies. What year is this, 2018? And Google is trying to manipulate yet another election. We have a long interview today with Breitbart News' Economics and Finance Editor John Carney. We get his take on Musk buying Twitter and what that means for the stock market. Then, we discuss OPEC's plan to reduce oil production, the tanking housing market, the looming (current?) recession, and whether the Fed has any idea what it's doing, among other topics. If you listen to John, you're going to love your 401(k)'s. Just kidding...or are we?
-- On the Show: -- Jessie Singer, journalist and author of the book "There Are No Accidents: The Deadly Rise of Injury and Disaster – Who Profits and Who Pays the Price," joins David to discuss accidents, malpractice, negligence, freedom, and more. Get the book: https://amzn.to/3SD55gT -- In the wake of the Herschel Walker scandal, Republican suddenly don't care about abortion being "murder" as long as it keeps a Democrat out of office -- Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker falls slightly behind incumbent Democratic Senator Raphael Warnock in the latest polls -- Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker is extremely confused about electric vehicles -- A new report exposes that failed former President Donald Trump asked his own lawyer, Alex Cannon, to lie to the government -- According to new reporting, Donald Trump personally packed a stash of the documents he took to his house -- A very scared Donald Trump appears on the Joe Pags show to claim that the FBI may have both planted and stolen evidence from his Mar-a-Lago home -- Secretary of Transportation hilariously humiliates radical Republican Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene during a Fox News appearance in response to her recent absurd comments -- Republican Congresswoman Lauren Boebert's lead in her re-election campaign shrinks to a new low -- Voicemail caller is very confused about David's connection to the Democratic Party -- On the Bonus Show: Dr Oz branded "sick" by opponent amid report about dog experiments, Gavin Newsom signs bill decriminalizing most jaywalking, The Onion defends right to parody, much more...
Actress and business mogul Reese Witherspoon discusses the success of her company Hello Sunshine, the importance of female representation, and why her new children's book “Busy Betty” encourages entrepreneurship. In Hot Topics, the co-hosts discuss the Republicans who stood by Herschel Walker after abortion claims he denies, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Republicans seem to be more susceptible to the "guilt factor" when running for office. Grace talks the serious Herschel Walker allegations that appear to be shaking up his campaign. One candidate this election season who cannot be shaken is Governor Ron DeSantis. Tune in to hear what Grace thinks of his Hurricane Ian response, and more!
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On Monday's Mark Levin Show, Americans of all races, creeds, and color united to help save one another during times of natural distance like a hurricane. Still, if you watch the media, they pretend to be for the people, but their actions prove the opposite. VP Kamala Harris suggests that disaster relief should be based on race. Progressivism and racism go hand in hand. Then, Judge Silberman who recently passed away was ahead of his time when he held that the Special Counsel statute was out of step with the Constitution. He maintained that judges should not be activists on the bench. Later, Latino voters told MSNBC that they don't like racism, crime, or rising prices. Hispanics care about the issues that affect their faith, their family, and their communities. If Republicans hold on to their conservative values Hispanics will naturally continue gravitating toward the Republican Party. Afterward, Stephen A Smith joins the show to discuss new non-sports show he's hosting to discuss critical issues facing society. Smith also noted that the government can't just print money with impunity because it will cause inflation and devalue the dollar, reiterating that there is no such thing as a free lunch. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
A.M. Edition for Oct. 4 Latinos voted for President Trump in greater numbers in 2020 than in 2016. A Wall Street Journal analysis of a key Democratic voting bloc—Latino, Black, and Asian voters—looks at where they could tip the balance of power by voting for Republicans. WSJ reporter and editor Aaron Zitner explains the importance of the bloc that Democrats once took for granted. Plus, traditional Wall Street firms eye the crypto market. Peter Granitz hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Biden administration is close to reaching an agreement with TikTok aimed at preventing U.S. users' data from being shared with the Chinese government . WSJ reporter John McKinnon joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss how the prospects of Republicans taking control of Congress are putting pressure on the administration to get the long-anticipated deal done. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tonight on The Last Word: Justice Jackson's investiture is celebrated at the Library of Congress. Also, National Archives says some Trump White House documents are still missing. Plus, pro-Kremlin allies turn on Vladimir Putin's military. Republicans are largely silent on the rise in violent rhetoric. And racial disparities are uncovered in hurricane-ravaged Fort Myers, Florida. Dr. Patrick Lundy, Veda Williams, Danielle Holley, Joel Motley, Neal Katyal, Glenn Kirschner, Simon Shuster, Barry McCaffrey, Maria Teresa Kumar, Kurt Bardella and Margo Snipe join Jonathan Capehart.
Trump can hold a grudge, Daily Beast reporter Corbin Bolies tells Andy Levy on this episode of The New Abnormal podcast, and he's not wrong. “Donald Trump knows how to hold a grudge and he will, and we've seen that continue throughout the last year and a half, because Donald Trump has consistently attacked Mitch McConnell,” Bolies says, discussing the most recent verbal harassment levied at the former Majority Leader's wife, Elaine Chao, in the form of blatantly racist name-calling on his Truth Social platform. Also on this episode: Hannah Gais, a senior research analyst at the Southern Poverty Law Center, joins this episode to co-host with Andy, touching upon the intense violent threats against Dems and Marjorie Taylor Green's try-hard effort to get Republicans to think the threats are for them. Plus! Daily Beast far-right reporter and Fever Dreams podcast co-host Kelly Weill breaks down a huge schism happening within the libertarian party, including how the old Libertarians totally over these new Libertarians' toxicity. Like, beyond Trumpy toxic. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Every race counts this November, as Republicans need to win just one seat to flip the Senate in their favor. One state the GOP can often count on to vote red is Ohio, however, the Senate race between Republican candidate J.D. Vance and his Democratic opponent Tim Ryan is tighter than many Americans predicted. Though the candidates are separated by less than two points in recent polls, Trump-backed GOP candidate J.D. Vance is confident that Republicans will be "winning comfortably" when Ohioans cast their votes in five weeks. Vance joins the Rundown to discuss the crucial differences he believes sets him apart from his Democratic opponent, why he's skeptical of recent polling this far out from midterms, and what key issues he plans on tackling if elected. The Supreme Court is back in session after returning from its summer recess. With the new term comes new cases, as well as a new member: Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson. She begins her position following the High Court's controversial Dobbs ruling on abortion, a big issue ahead of the midterms that's leading many to disapprove of the Supreme Court overall. Fox News Contributor and Law Professor at George Washington University, Jonathan Turley joins the Rundown to discuss the most potentially impactful cases this term, and current attitudes towards the Court. Plus, commentary by Fox News Contributor Tomi Lahren. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Donald Trump's influence over Republicans still looms large, but the numerous ongoing investigations surrounding the former president are also raising serious questions for the GOP. Marc Short worked in the Trump White House and was later chief of staff to former Vice President Mike Pence. He joined Judy Woodruff to discuss the tensions within the party. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
In episode 1344, Jack and Miles are joined by comedian and co-host of Get Rich Nick, Nick Turner, to discuss… Fascism Has a Good Day In Brazil And the Market Approves, Majorly Tainted Goon is Now Just Leaning into the Paranoia, MORE OBSCURE SPORTS CHEATING and more! Fascism Has a Good Day In Brazil And the Market Approves Brazil girds for tight runoff vote after Bolsonaro's strong showing MORE OBSCURE SPORTS CHEATING LISTEN: Don't Say No by Speed, Glue & ShinkiSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We're told in the USA that we're so divided... yet if you go to any sort of normal event in the country, everyone's not really having a problem at all with each other. This work has taken me to a lot of different places including inner-city America and that has been different. I never would have done that otherwise and it has been a big eye-opener. It has really helped me to understand those environments and where people are coming from a lot better. - Peter Santenello Are You Stressed Out Lately? Take a deep breath with the M21™ wellness guide: a simple yet powerful 21 minute morning system that melts stress and gives you more energy through 6 science-backed practices and breathwork. Click HERE to download for free. Is Your Energy Low? Get more superfoods to improve your energy, digestion, gut health plus also reduce inflammation and blood sugar. 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Listen To Episode 477 As Peter Santenello Uncovers: [1:30] Making Human Connections Across Borders Peter Santenello on YouTube Official Website of Peter Santenello How we interrelate to one another in the USA compared to in other countries, especially in relationships and marriage. The Map of Consciousness Explained: A Proven Energy Scale to Actualize Your Ultimate Potential by David R. Hawkins Peter's experience traveling the world and which cultures have been the hardest for him to understand. Why India is the most confusing, sensory overload place in the world to live according to Peter. The bad air quality in Kiev, Ukraine and how that affected Peter's health while living there compared to now in South Florida. How to build compassion for others by trying to understand life through their eyes. His rebellious side as a child and being the opposite of what other people expected. The close connection both Peter and Josh have to their Italian heritage. Peter's heart in helping people feel so comfortable when he speaks to them to learn about their life and culture in another country. His favorite places that he visited and why people in the USA found them so surprising based on our conditioning. [14:35] The Truth About Division in the USA Why we have lost the art of listening in our modern world. What Peter's work has taught him about life and how he has become so much less judgemental because of it. Why his Ukrainian wife loves Americana things so much from cowboy hats and pickup trucks to Monster Jam. Their Monster Jam experience and why it surprised him so much to see people of all different backgrounds attending the event. Peter's experience not seeing people divided at all in the USA despite the mass media narrative. His experience visiting inner cities in the USA and speaking to people who live there. How Peter emotionally regulates himself when he experiences different mindsets and cultures, especially with how they treat women or have a caste system. [17:00] The Grass Isn't Always Greener Outside the USA How to know the right moment to speak up and take action for injustice compared to realizing that it's not our place, especially in different countries and cultures. What Josh and Peter are grateful for having in the USA plus taking a deeper look at what we all can be appreciative for in our lives here. Peter's "the grass is always greener" mindset when comparing his life living in other countries to that in the USA and why he doesn't think like that anymore. Why Peter is focusing so much on giving back to the USA making films here and highlighting the culture we have including his current production project about ranches. What Peter is learning about regenerative ranching with his new series. 458 Taylor Collins + Robby Sansom | Omnivorous Truth: Bill Gates, Synthetic Meat, Vegan Lies + Healing with Regenerative Ranching [23:00] Mass Media's Agenda + What They're Not Sharing The 3-5 topics that the mass media hammers on and what they're not sharing, what's actually beneficial, that they should be. Peter's passion for sharing the stories that the mass media doesn't. Why the mass media only focuses on topics that are triggering and that will bring in more money. His choice not to tune into the US news at all during the 4 years that he wasn't in the country during the Trump years. Peter's work struggles over the years trying to figure out how to get his business off of the ground and what he would do with his life. The app idea that he had to connect different people with common interests while traveling. His and his wife's decision to move to the USA rather than Italy from Ukraine and why that decision has been such a good one for them. Why so much of the news that the mass media platforms put out there are just 1-sided and why that's not a good thing. How the concern about the US-Mexico border has gone away because news outlets simply are not reporting on it anymore. [28:20] Is True, Authentic Journalism Dead? The call for better, more investigative journalism which takes money, resources, and a big institution because no solo content creator or small team can do it on their own. Why Peter always shares multiple angles of an issue to present all sides of the story even if it's something that he doesn't agree with. How he presents his view of things to someone so that they can see and understand where he is coming from. Stories of his time living and filming abroad where he felt in danger or something bad happened to them. Why he thinks his audience are so attracted to his content compared to other news media outlets. [35:00] How to Find Your Spark Documentary - Finding Joe Why it took Peter a while to find his spark or purpose and what helped lead him to it. His dream to travel and know the world since he didn't do a lot of that growing up. Why right now he's enjoining slowing down and taking in what's around him while also focusing on telling stories from people in different areas and situations in the US. How one of his classmates went on to live his childhood dreams as an adult by being able to do something that truly brought him joy growing up. What Peter says or does to give compassion to those who leave negative comments on his YouTube channel or in person. His surprise that someone like Jordan Peterson still gets triggered by negative comments when Peter himself doesn't care anymore. Exploring the current political gaslighting that we are seeing in the USA today. Why it's a plus for Americans that our country is so young yet compared to other countries like in Europe for Peter's example. How Peter's love for San Francisco has shifted after living in Ukraine for years. [50:00] The Laws of Nature + How Structure Creates Flow for Life Peter's experience with Ayahuasca and how that helped him stop drinking alcohol seven years ago plus help him understand his identity, personality type, and purpose better. 462 Ben Greenfield: Should You STOP Using Plant Medicines? Wisdom on Microdosing, The Muscle of Faith + How to Grow Your Spiritual Strength Alan Watts - The Principle Of Not Forcing The importance of coming back home to self and be grounded again. How even just going to the supermarket in San Francisco was so heavy for Peter compared to his experience in Florida now. What inspires Peter to share his work with a middle point of view rather than just one side over the other. Examples of how his investigative journalism has shifted his point of view on certain topics that he was biased about before talking to people. Why his YouTube channel isn't a political one but one that looks closer at human condition issues. Sam Harris The fact that 90% of truth is actually subjective. Scientists shed light on ‘seeing' through others' eyes How Peter would define a life well lived. The importance of staying with your 'rascality' as Alan Watts would say but within a healthy balance to help you stay in the middle way. Power Quotes From The Show What Story Are You Being Fed? "There are some great journalists out there but as far as mainstream media, you know exactly what you're going to get in any topic. If it's the border, if you watch FOX or CNN, you know the story they're going to tell you with either one. With any current issue, you know exactly what's going to be delivered." - Peter Santenello On a Mission for Truth "Right now with the space that we're in with politics with our two parties, Republican and Democrat, there are usually about five main issues and if you fall out of line with one them, you're going to get ostracized quickly. If I go film at the Mexican border right now, I'll be called a Trumper -people will say, 'Oh! You're going to the border, you must be a Trump supporter.' But then if I go do a docu-series about Muslims in America, all of a sudden I'm like a 'woke' guy. I'm just interested in the story and the truth; I don't really fit into either of the categories." - Peter Santenello How to Make a Difference in the World "I think putting forth your best effort and, personally for me, exploring the human condition as much as I can and adding to the world in a positive way is the way to live life. My mission is to put out content that after watching it makes a person go, 'Oh cool, I see this issue a different way now,' or 'This has left me in a better mood.' We're all gravitated toward certain news clips we come across on YouTube or social media and we want to watch them but afterward, they leave us off in a worse place energetically than before watching them. My goal is to be the opposite of that for people." - Peter Santenello Links From Today's Show Peter Santenello on YouTube Official Website of Peter Santenello The Map of Consciousness Explained: A Proven Energy Scale to Actualize Your Ultimate Potential by David R. Hawkins 458 Taylor Collins + Robby Sansom | Omnivorous Truth: Bill Gates, Synthetic Meat, Vegan Lies + Healing with Regenerative Ranching Documentary - Finding Joe 462 Ben Greenfield: Should You STOP Using Plant Medicines? 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At the age of 25, Santenello traveled around the world for 2 years. He has traveled to 85 countries and lived in 5. Santenello makes content that focuses on human stories on his Youtube and Facebook channels highlighting locations like Ukraine, Iran, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia and the United States. Santenello's first video series took place in the countryside of Ukraine with a family displaced from war. He also does videos about misunderstood or not so widely known cultures like the Hasidic Jews and the Amish people and topics like the US border and inner-city America.
Today's headlines: The Supreme Court is hearing a number of very charged and important issues next term. The National Archives has sent a new letter to Congress stating that they still do not have all of the records that they should have from the Trump administration. The January 6th committee has tentatively set the date of their rescheduled hearing for Thursday, October 13th. Kim Kardashian has agreed to pay 1.26 million dollars in order to settle SEC charges for failing to disclose that she was paid to promote EthereumMax on instagram. 16 of Florida's Republican members of the House of Representatives voted against a government funding bill, which happens to include FEMA funding for disaster relief; New York Post and the Daily Beast state that migrants are now being transported from New York to Florida to assist with the Hurricane Ian recovery. Finally for today, Brazil held a presidential election on Sunday. Resources/Articles mentioned this episode: New Yorker: The Supreme Court's Big New Term ABC: National Archives still missing some Trump administration records Bloomberg: House Jan. 6 Panel Tentatively Reschedules Hearing for Next Week CNBC: Kim Kardashian pays over $1 million to settle SEC charges linked to a crypto promo on her Instagram Axios: Rubio, Scott call for Ian relief as Florida GOP votes against FEMA funding New York Post: NYC migrants pile into vans they say are headed to Florida for Hurricane Ian cleanup Daily Beast: Irony Meter Explodes as Migrants Lured TO Florida for Hurricane Ian Cleanup NY Times: Bolsonaro and His Leftist Challenger, Lula, Are Headed for a Runoff, Officials Say Host: Sami Sage Producers: Amanda Duberman and Bridget Schwartz Original Music and Editing: Brandon Lee Bjornson
Today's episode is part of the Candidate Conversation series leading up to the midterms, where we talk to candidates from across the country whose victories are absolutely essential to the success of American democracy. Today's podcast will be with 2 Democratic candidates running for the 3rd districts of their states. Brad Pfaff from Wisconsin and Marie Gluesenkamp Perez from Washington. Both candidates have deep ties to their rural communities and are running against MAGA ringers brought into their districts, not to represent the people, but to represent the worst of Republican extremism. These two congressional races are must wins. Brad to keep a seat blue, and Marie to flip one. This podcast is not only worth your time, but these candidates are worth your support. As always this is not just an episode about two candidates, but about the bigger idea of democracy and what it represents. We're in a battle for the soul of the nation and these soldiers need our help. Guest social: https://bradpfaff.com/ Twitter: @pfaff4congress https://marieforcongress.com/ Twitter: @MGPforCongress Please RATE and SUBSCRIBE so we can grow the show, open the dialogue, and inspire change moving forward! All show links here!: https://linktr.ee/politicsgirl Thank you to today's sponsors! www.bombas.com/politicsgirl Code: PoliticsGirl at checkout www.uncommongoods.com/politicsgirl www.athleticgreens.com/politicsgirl
Hour 1 of Tuesday's A&G: What is particle entanglement, and why do I now feel extremely dumb? Russia has released their "Doomsday Sub". Putin's downfall continues to make the world weary. A streaker ran onto the field during Monday Night Football. Trump is now a distraction to the Republicans. Jack receives a letter from Wikipedia. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Dennis Michael Lynch Podcast is 65-minutes today. The focus of today's program is how Fox News and other media outlets on the right may cost Republicans the midterms due to their lame reporting, on focusing on things like Justin Beiber taking a piss on the golf course he played last week. DML also covers Mayor Sanctuary City and his deal making with a cruise line to house illegal aliens. Plus, the market is expected to drop another 40% says one expert. And DML provides an update on his condition, and provides more details about his donation efforts to Hurricane Ian victims. Listen on the DML NEWS APP, iHeart, Spotify, TeamDML.com or Apple Podcasts.
Joe Biden and the Dems are stuck in the 70s with all of their tired pre-election attacks. The Republicans are coming for social security, Herschel Walker isn't actually ProLife, etc. etc. Then, find out what Howie thinks of new woke kids' movies. Scooby-Dooby...Groom?
THE THESIS: It's not just Silicon Valley that colludes with the government, it's the Mockingbird Media. The GOP has everything they need to legally crush the corrupt media and not attack the First Amendment. There are young Republicans—even young shiny shoes—who might be willing to do that. But, they will need to get around The Party's Pharma Bros. THE SCRIPTURE & SCRIPTURAL RESOURCES: The media could fulfill an important Biblical role. They could be heralds https://www.biblegateway.com/resources/dictionary-of-bible-themes/5335-heraldThey should be truth-tellers, wrapped in gracehttps://www.thegospelcoalition.org/blogs/kevin-deyoung/full-of-grace-and-truth/?ampInstead, they are like dens of vipers: Matthew 12:34“You brood of snakes! How could evil men like you speak what is good and right? For whatever is in your heart determines what you say.”THE NEWS & COMMENT:How sadly hilarious is it to see disgraced “news” anchor, Brian Williams waxing moralistic about truth-telling and transparency by quoting the correct vision of an atheist man who worshipped man?[AUDIO] - Carl Sagan: “I have a foreboding of an America…when the US is a service & info economy; when nearly all manufacturing have slipped away to other countries; when awesome tech power are in the hands of a very few—no one representing the public interest can grasp the issues.”There are facts as expressed in raw data:September Border Crossings To Set New Record, Internal DHS Data ShowThen, there is the New York Times and what I call The Nooze(™). New York Times Helps Biden Pretend He's Fixing Border Asylum Scam, When He's Literally Making It WorseWith just enough liberal channels to provide a “cover-slap” (like a kiddy shield), the bosses of the Mockingbirds maintain a list of dissidents who practice bad-think. Enemies list? Fed-backed censorship machine targeted 20 news sites; Just the News, New York Post, Fox News, Epoch Times and Breitbart were identified among the "most prominent domains" whose election coverage was cited in tweets flagged by the Election Integrity Partnership and its collaborators.There are young Republicans who might step up to investigate the collusion between supposed competitors in media and their common partners/bosses in government. But, they will have to get that past McCarthy and McConnell, men who serve themselves by serving The Party. WA Senate candidate Tiffany Smiley criticizes Seattle Times, Starbucks, Seahawks[AUDIO] - Here's the ad they want to killThere is precedent for suing and beating advertising based companies for promoting products that cause harm. The “climate catastrophe” is a lie costing people money and killing people. The Mockingbirds clearly collude with government on this lie. [AUDIO] - VP Harris says hurricane resource funds to go to people of color first, sorry whites[AUDIO] - Media Shriek: Climate Change Causing Hurricane Ian's ‘Rapid Intensification'Storms are not intensifying, media is; here I am, rock you with the hurricane dataOf course, the biggest act of collusion—and the most deadly—is the Covid response hoax. Because they are mobbed-up, we will have trouble ahing Pharma (even though the drug for which they got an Emergency Use Authorization has NEVER been used in America), but we can sue the media for spreading their lies. There is precedent for that from the tobacco lawsuits. [AUDIO] - A new movie called “Superspreader” is about a man who spread the word of Jesus Christ during the Covid lockdowns - Sean FoightAre you hiding mass MURDER, FDA? FDA refused to release Pfizer documents for 75 years until judge ordered; and now "FDA Refuses to Release Autopsy Results on People Who Died After COVID Vaccines"; The U.S. FDA said it's barred from releasing the results of autopsies conducted on people who died after getting COVID-19 vaccines, why? There is a way to release confidentially, FDA knows this. Which brings us to this: [AUDIO] - What Woody Harrelson says here sued to be true--if enough people stop buying a product the company will change--but that was before companies and government merged. Think of all the “products” and “services” you don't want, can't stand or cannot afford that government forces you to buy. More on that in Hour Two . . .
Republicans have a chance to take back the U.S. House and Senate in November's midterm elections. We sit down with conservative voters across the nation to hear what's on their minds.
In this episode, Dinesh considers the future of the Senate after the midterms, arguing that Republicans have a good chance to capture the majority. Dinesh ponders the significance of Ray Epps, the “dog who didn't bark” in the January 6 investigation. Debbie and Dinesh discuss Biden's prisoner exchange with the Maduro regime in Venezuela. Kash Patel joins Dinesh to talk about FBI corruption and a new children's book “The Plot Against the King 2—2000 Mules.” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Christopher Mathias, senior reporter at Huffington Post, joins DOOMED with Matt Binder to discuss the Republican candidate for Pennsylvania governor, Doug Mastriano, and how he may just be the most extreme candidate running this election season. We discuss who Mastriano is and his background in PA politics, his connections to January 6, Mastriano's Christian Nationalism, his ties to the white supremacist social media platform Gab and what went down at the Mastriano rally that Mathias attended during the last weekend of September. Plus on the second-half of the show: your questions, comments, phone calls, and more! (Episode from the 9/28/22 livestream show.) Check out Christopher's reporting on Mastriano: https://www.huffpost.com/entry/doug-mastriano-wins-pennsylvania-governor-primary-republican_n_6284119ce4b0c84db72b0229 https://www.huffpost.com/entry/doug-mastriano-paid-january-6-lawyer-with-campaign-funds_n_62b4c3e9e4b06594c1e19743 https://www.huffpost.com/entry/doug-mastriano-pennsylvania-gop-governor-candidate-secretary-of-state_n_62e4447fe4b0c60a5668334e https://www.huffpost.com/entry/doug-mastriano-gab-andrew-torba_n_62d08787e4b02d3ecf3184b9 https://www.huffpost.com/entry/doug-mastriano-rally-harrisburg-pathetic-extreme_n_63306367e4b0e2478903fa4f Support the show: http://www.patreon.com/mattbinder
Republicans worrying about gubernatorial candidates in key races hurting their chances downballot. Plus, a blockbuster story on Herschel Walker. To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
President Biden announced his student loan forgiveness plan at the end of August. But in a reversal last week, the Biden Administration announced that it is scaling back its debt forgiveness plan, reducing relief for hundreds of thousands of Americans. All this comes amidst legal challenges targeting the program. Last week, six Republican-led states filed lawsuit together requesting an immediate restraining order of the program. Arizona has filed a similar lawsuit separately. We speak with Cory Turner, education correspondent for NPR, about why the Biden Administration has scaled back the program, and whether the student loan forgiveness program will stand up to the legal challenges it now faces.
Democrats see Wisconsin as their best chance to unseat an incumbent Republican senator. But Sen. Ron Johnson has managed to close the gap with Democratic challenger Mandela Barnes by linking him to rising crime in ads aimed at suburban voters.This episode: political reporter Deepa Shivaram, political correspondent Danielle Kurtzleben, and WUWM reporter Chuck Quirmbach.Learn more about upcoming live shows of The NPR Politics Podcast at nprpresents.org.Support the show and unlock sponsor-free listening with a subscription to The NPR Politics Podcast Plus. Learn more at plus.npr.org/politics Connect:Email the show at email@example.comJoin the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.
With the Russian Ukrainian conflict escalating toward a possible nuclear conflict, Charlie offers a fiery proclamation to any Republicans not completely bought off by the military industrial complex as they aide and abet the war mongering leftwing regime that is hurtling America closer and closer to an all-out nuclear war with Russia. Why are they still supporting billions of dollars being sent to Ukraine? Why is the media so addicted to banging the drums of war? Why would Republicans do this so close to midterms? Is this an intentional election sabotage by playing God in the Donbas? Charlie holds nothing back in this intense but critically important episode of The Charlie Kirk Show.Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With five weeks to the midterms republicans are seeing a significant bounce in polling plus more reaction to the Walker allegations. https://www.bollandbranch.com/?utm_source=podcast&utm_medium=radio&utm_campaign=ERICK
With all the talk about nuclear war from Republicans, Charlie welcomes on Former Director of National Intelligence of the United States John Ratcliffe to discuss what the intelligence community likely knows about the Nord Stream sabotage. Fmr. DNI Ratcliffe also breaks down who could have done it, and who stands to benefit, including the US. Charlie also welcomes on Dr. Scott Jenson, a Republican running for Governor in Minnesota and who stands a very strong chance of winning in what RealClearPolitics founder Tom Bevan calls his sleeper race to watch. Then, Charlie reacts to the breaking news that Elon Musk is buying Twitter… again!Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.