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Dan Caplis
Defining what a true conservative is and whether Trump or DeSantis is a better 2024 candidate

Dan Caplis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2022 35:59


Dan and Ryan give their clear definitions on what constitutes a true conservative on today's political stage, and whether former President Trump or current Florida governor Ron DeSantis would be a more viable Presidential candidate in the 2024 election.

The Dale Jackson Show
Dale and Jay Town discuss whether Trump's 4th Amendment rights were violated, and what would happen if they found something illegal on Trump by using illegal means to obtain it - 8-22-22

The Dale Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 19:15


The Dale Jackson Show
Dale and Brad Presnall discuss whether Trump is in more trouble now than at any other time, Democrat Senate candidate Will Boyd calling Alabama a hate-state, and whether AL will close its primaries after the ALGOP passed the resolution this weekend - 8-15

The Dale Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 19:15


Bauerle and Bellavia
Listeners Answer Whether Trump Or Biden Should Run For President Again In 2024

Bauerle and Bellavia

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 15:43


Callers state if they believe either Trump or Biden should run for president again in 2024.

Stay Tuned with Preet
CAFE Insider Sample 7/19: Court of Public Opinion (with Barb McQuade)

Stay Tuned with Preet

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 15:10


This week on the CAFE Insider podcast, Joyce Vance is joined by guest co-host Barb McQuade while Preet is traveling. Barb served as the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan from 2010 to 2017. She is now a CAFE contributor, a law professor at the University of Michigan law school, and a legal analyst for NBC News & MSNBC. In this sample from the episode, Joyce and Barb discuss the highlights from the January 6th Committee's latest public hearing, including the new details about former President Donald Trump's plans in the leadup to the attack. They also break down the Department of Justice's strategy for conducting a wide-ranging investigation into the insurrection. In the full episode, Joyce and Barb discuss:  – Whether Trump will be held accountable for allegedly attempting to contact a Committee witness; – The subpoena issued to the Secret Service for the text messages from January 5th and 6th, 2021 that seem to have been deleted;     – Former White House Counsel Pat Cipollone's testimony before the Committee; and – The new details about the links between Trump allies and the far-right extremist groups that stoked much of the violence at the Capitol. Stay informed. For analysis of the most important legal and political issues of our time, try the membership for one month for $1.00: www.cafe.com/insider. You'll get access to full episodes of the podcast, and other exclusive benefits. This podcast is brought to you by CAFE Studios and Vox Media Podcast Network.  REFERENCES & SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS:  18 U.S. Code §1512 - Tampering with a witness, victim, or an informant 18 U.S. Code §2384 - Seditious conspiracy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Talkin‘ Politics & Religion Without Killin‘ Each Other
BONUS EPISODE: Faithful Politics - Gaslighting America with Special Guest Amanda Carpenter

Talkin‘ Politics & Religion Without Killin‘ Each Other

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 65:12


This is a bonus TP&R episode of Faithful Politics with our good friends Josh Burtram and Will Wright when they interviewed Amanda Carpenter of The Bulwark. Gaslighting is a tactic in which a person or entity, in order to gain more power, makes a victim question their reality. Enter former-President Trump. Over the last four years, America has been under the influence of a person who seemingly graduated from Gaslighting University with a Ph.D. in Alternative Facts. Whether Trump knows it or not, he is masterful in the art of gaslighting-jitsu. The guest this week may know a thing or two about being gaslit, as she has been the target of this Trump tactic, Amanda Carpenter joins Will and Josh to discuss her book, Gaslighting America: Why We Love It When Trump Lies to Us. They also discuss the future of the Republican Party, and how faith played a key role in her life during one of the most heinous acts perpetrated by the Trump campaign during 2016 primaries. Amanda Carpenter is a political commentator for CNN and author of GASLIGHTING AMERICA: Why We Love It When Trump Lies To Us. Prior to CNN she was the Communications Director for Senator Ted Cruz and previously served as Senior Communications Advisor and Speechwriter to Sen. Jim DeMint. For both senators, Carpenter crafted countless op-eds, speeches, talking points, briefing papers, jokes, press releases, tweets, Facebook posts, and other materials on a range of subjects before the United States Senate, including but not limited to economics, campaigns, healthcare, foreign affairs, and constitutional matters. Her work for them has been published in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, and other outlets. Roll Call featured her in a 2014 front-page profile, "Ted Cruz's Twitter Torrent: Outspoken GOP Aide Takes on Own Party" calling her "Capitol Hill's most-followed staffer" on Twitter with more than 56,000 followers. In 2013, she led the creation of Cruz's viral #MakeDCListen speech and campaign that pollster Frank Luntz said produced "the best political sound-byte of 2013.” In 2011, she was named by the Washington Post as one of the "Top 10 Capitol Hill Staffers to Watch."  https://www.faithfulpoliticspodcast.com/ https://www.thebulwark.com/author/amanda-carpenter/ https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/gaslighting-america-amanda-carpenter/1126314531?ean=9780062748003

Talkin‘ Politics & Religion Without Killin‘ Each Other
BONUS EPISODE: Faithful Politics - Gaslighting America with Special Guest Amanda Carpenter

Talkin‘ Politics & Religion Without Killin‘ Each Other

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2022 65:12


This is a bonus TP&R episode of Faithful Politics with our good friends Josh Burtram and Will Wright when they interviewed Amanda Carpenter of The Bulwark. Gaslighting is a tactic in which a person or entity, in order to gain more power, makes a victim question their reality. Enter former-President Trump. Over the last four years, America has been under the influence of a person who seemingly graduated from Gaslighting University with a Ph.D. in Alternative Facts. Whether Trump knows it or not, he is masterful in the art of gaslighting-jitsu. The guest this week may know a thing or two about being gaslit, as she has been the target of this Trump tactic, Amanda Carpenter joins Will and Josh to discuss her book, Gaslighting America: Why We Love It When Trump Lies to Us. They also discuss the future of the Republican Party, and how faith played a key role in her life during one of the most heinous acts perpetrated by the Trump campaign during 2016 primaries. Amanda Carpenter is a political commentator for CNN and author of GASLIGHTING AMERICA: Why We Love It When Trump Lies To Us. Prior to CNN she was the Communications Director for Senator Ted Cruz and previously served as Senior Communications Advisor and Speechwriter to Sen. Jim DeMint. For both senators, Carpenter crafted countless op-eds, speeches, talking points, briefing papers, jokes, press releases, tweets, Facebook posts, and other materials on a range of subjects before the United States Senate, including but not limited to economics, campaigns, healthcare, foreign affairs, and constitutional matters. Her work for them has been published in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, and other outlets. Roll Call featured her in a 2014 front-page profile, "Ted Cruz's Twitter Torrent: Outspoken GOP Aide Takes on Own Party" calling her "Capitol Hill's most-followed staffer" on Twitter with more than 56,000 followers. In 2013, she led the creation of Cruz's viral #MakeDCListen speech and campaign that pollster Frank Luntz said produced "the best political sound-byte of 2013.” In 2011, she was named by the Washington Post as one of the "Top 10 Capitol Hill Staffers to Watch."  https://www.faithfulpoliticspodcast.com/ https://www.thebulwark.com/author/amanda-carpenter/ https://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/gaslighting-america-amanda-carpenter/1126314531?ean=9780062748003

KPFA - Flashpoints
David Kay Johnston on Whether Trump Does Jail Or Walk Free After These Hearings

KPFA - Flashpoints

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2022 59:58


Read By AI
The 1/6 Committee's Biggest Challenge: Assessing Whether Trump Is Bonkers

Read By AI

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 14, 2022 8:56


Hi! This is Lexie of Read by AI. I read human-curated content for you to listen to while working, exercising, commuting, or any other time. Without further ado: The 1/6 Committee's Biggest Challenge: Assessing Whether Trump Is Bonkers by David Corn from Mother Jones. One key mission for the House committee investigating the January 6 riot is affirming reality and highlighting the obvious: The 2020 election was not rigged to steal victory from Donald Trump. The committee's hearings that began last week and continue until next week are unlikely to persuade Trump cultists that Trump's Big Lie is a big lie. But there is great value in showing reality-based Americans a full and coherent picture of Trump's efforts to overturn the election, which led to the insurrectionist riot at the Capitol. Even though Trump's sham crusade—which has been embraced by the Republican Party, the conservative movement, and right-wing media—is predicated on bogus and disproven claims, it deserves an official pushback, and the January 6 committee focused on that task during its hearing on Monday. In doing so, the committee raised a significant question: Is Trump bonkers? The opening night of the hearings and Monday's session presented clear and compelling evidence that Trump's inner circle knew there was nothing fraudulent or fishy about the election and that this was repeatedly conveyed to Trump. Before Election Day, Trump had been told by his advisers that mail-in ballots, which likely favored Democrat Joe Biden, would be counted later in the day and could shift the results in swing states—that is, this would not be fraud. On election night, Bill Stepien, the longtime GOP operative who managed Trump's campaign, and other campaign aides concluded that the final count would likely require several days of tabulation. They urged Trump to not declare victory or allege the election was being stolen from him. But an allegedly inebriated Rudy Giuliani, who was at the White House that evening, counseled Trump to do both. Whether or not Trump needed to be egged on by Giuliani—he had for months been claiming that he could only lose through fraud—he followed his lubricated lawyer's advice. He asserted massive fraud had robbed him of victory, and millions of his cultists believed him. A dangerous disinformation campaign was launched.  In subsequent weeks, Trump aides and advisers repeatedly concluded that there was no evidence of electoral theft. The committee played several clips of onetime Attorney General Bill Barr calling Trump's allegations “bullshit” and “nonsense.” Yet in this time period, the Trump camp divided into what Stepien called “Team Normal” (the Trumpers who adhered to reality) and the squad led by Giuliani and attorney Sidney Powell that spread convoluted conspiracy theories involving Venezuela, supposed German vote-harvesting farms, rigged voting machines, and other craziness. The normies included Matt Morgan, the campaign's top lawyer, whose team of attorneys searched and found no significant fraud. Referring to the Giuliani and Powell, Eric Herschmann, a Trump White House lawyer, told the committee, “What they were proposing…was nuts.” The committee outlined numerous instances in which Trump was informed a specific allegation of fraud was bunk. Barr noted his own frustration with Trump repeatedly citing one spurious charge after another. He described to the committee a meeting he had at the White House on November 23, 2020. Trump insisted that there had been major fraud and that as soon as this would be revealed, the results of the election would be reversed. Barr told him that the fraud allegations were “not panning out.” As Barr left the meeting, he asked White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and Jared Kushner how long Trump was going to “carry on with this stolen election stuff.” Meadows said that Trump was becoming “more realistic” and recognized the limits of how far he could push these claims. Kushner told Barr,

The Dale Jackson Show
Dale and Jeff Poor discuss the Senate race and whether Trump is going to pick a candidate - 5-11-22

The Dale Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 20:00


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The Dale Jackson Show
Dale and Jeff Poor discuss the Senate race, and whether Trump's cancelation of his Birmingham rally spells bad news for Mike Durant - 4-20-22

The Dale Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 12:30


The Jenna Ellis Show
BIG TECH FALLOUT: Brad Parscale on Elon Musk's Twitter offer and whether Trump will rejoin the platform

The Jenna Ellis Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 14, 2022 43:15


Jenna speaks with Brad Parscale about Elon Musk's bid to buy twitter and Jered Ede joins to discuss Project Veritas See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shadow Warrior by Rajeev Srinivasan
Ep. 63: 'Z', the world after the Ukraine crisis, and India's role in it

Shadow Warrior by Rajeev Srinivasan

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 3, 2022 12:11


This column was published by firstpost.com at World War ‘Z’: The world after Ukrainian crisis, and India’s role in it-World News , Firstpost The most ironic thing, in fact the blackest of noir humor, is the use of the letter ‘Z’ in the propaganda surrounding the Ukraine war. It is alleged that this letter is the symbol of Russian obduracy, and therefore worth condemnation, as in the German embassy’s tweet and the Economist’s cover story below.The irony is because there is an earlier instance when the letter ‘Z’ was banned, in Greece, in the aftermath of a coup there. Thus the title of the political thriller, ‘Z’, (1969, Costa-Gavras), one of the most powerful films of all time, a thinly-veiled retelling of the conspiracy behind the assassination of a leading political candidate in 1963. A magistrate unraveled the mystery and sentenced the culprits to lengthy prison terms for the murder. The military coup followed, along with the banning of “Euripides, Aeschylus, Aristophanes, Tolstoy, long hair, mini-skirts, the Beatles, Albee, Pinter, Ionesco, Sartre, Mark Twain (partly), Freedom of the Press, Beckett, Sociology, Dostoyevsky, Chekhov, learning Russian, learning Bulgarian, modern mathematics, popular music...”, and the letter ‘Z’, because it stands for ‘He lives’ in ancient Greek. These and more are listed in the closing credits of the film.In an extraordinary example of life imitating art which was imitating life to begin with, the letter ‘Z’ is now associated with Russia, and banned, along with, unbelievably, Dostoyevsky, Chekhov, Pushkin, Mendeleev, Tolstoy, Tchaikovsky, Russian diamonds, vodka, oil, gas and so on. This is, literally, incredible.History repeats itself, first as farce, second as tragedy.Thanks for reading Shadow Warrior! Subscribe for free to receive new posts and support my work.In addition, after POTUS Biden’s assertion about defenestrating Russian President Vladimir Putin (although the spin doctors quickly diverted attention), there is little doubt that the Ukraine war has a not-so-hidden agenda: regime change in Russia. In fact, that makes a warped sort of sense, and I compliment my friend Uday B for telling me this right from the beginning of the war, when I (wrongly) thought a negotiated, face-saving settlement could come within a week. The Deep State has specialized in this for long, and usually with disastrous results for the residents of the country thus ‘blessed’ with regime change. I can, off the top of my head, think of Allende in Chile, Mossadegh in Iran, Hussein in Iraq, and Gaddafi in Libya. Then there’s the ongoing effort against Assad in Syria. The only thing in common is misery, penury, war, war crimes, extreme human rights violations, and masses of refugees. Add Ukraine to the list. That is why I am alarmed at the sudden attention paid to India by all those ‘experts’ who are shocked, SHOCKED, that India is not unquestioningly getting with the program and toeing the line. The last time a whole queue of snake-oil salesmen descended on India was when the ‘nuclear deal’ was talked up as the best thing since sliced bread. But despite the promises of manna from heaven, the only visible outcome is India buying more US arms.These good folks are now beginning to show up in India in droves, but the online eagerness has been evident for a while. India is really not all that important to the West, and so the attention is a red flag, and there are only two possible reasons for this Tender Loving Care: a) that they expect to bully India into continuing to be a slave nation, b) that they do not want another powerful manufacturing nation to come up: one China is more than enough. Thus, the moral indignation about ‘one nation invading another’ in violation of the ‘international rules-based order’, let us remember, did not extend to Pakistan invading Jammu & Kashmir in 1947. Nor did it extend to China invading Ladakh in 2020. NATO, and the Deep State, kept very quiet. On what basis, then, do they expect India to care about something happening in Europe? Ah, European wars are ‘world wars’, of course. Atlanticism rules. Thank you for reading Shadow Warrior. This post is public so feel free to share it.And exactly what has the Biden administration done for India? Not much, but here’s the list of weapons they abandoned in Afghanistan; surely they will be used against India by Pakistan:Staggering, isn’t it?Going back to Ukraine, the US once, long ago, did what appears to be exactly the same thing Russia did: based on dubious excuses, it invaded Mexico and took away half that country’s land in 1846 in the US-Mexican war. China, similarly, expanded from their Han heartland, and invaded Tibet, Xinjiang and Inner Mongolia. These became fait accompli. In fact, China probably views its 1962 attack on India as similar to the US-Mexican War: grab land and “teach a lesson”.There is also the worrying historical precedent of dissolution of the Soviet Union. The Biden administration appears keen (and earlier, the Obama folks did, too; ask Ms Nuland) to apply the same formula to India, and to balkanize the country. In other words, break it up into tiny little statelets. Official policy by the Democrats, we’ve been told repeatedly, is ‘sub-national diplomacy’, that is, encouraging fault lines. Interestingly enough, this is precisely what Jinnah wanted as well, according to the book Jinnah: His successes, failures and role in history by Professor Ishtiaq Ahmed: dismemberment of India, not just the ‘moth-eaten’ Pakistan he got. So now we have a theoretical understanding as to why the Deep State has consistently attempted exactly the same thing.For example, there is the laughable fake news about something that only affected a very small number of people, mostly in Kerala. Others claimed 250 million people took part in the strike, just as 250 million farmers rioted against the farm laws. Yes, exactly like Russia has lost 250 million soldiers in the war already, not to mention 7 generals! It is as though there is some vendetta by Democrats and the Deep State against India. They have been flying into paroxysms of rage against India lately (yes, even more than the usual bog-standard badgering and abuse by assorted propaganda outlets such as The Economist, New York Times, Financial Times, Guardian, BBC, NPR and so on).As in the old Panchatantra tale of the old brahmin and the lamb, the rogues are trying to convince Indians that they actually have a dog, not a lamb. They are declaring Modi to be a fascist, and naturally, they’ll explain, a fascist has to be overthrown. Defenestration. Coup. Color Revolution. Endless misery. The end of the Indian Dream of prosperity. Naturally, a Chinese war against India would just accelerate this trajectory. Quad or not, it is increasingly apparent that Biden would not lift a finger to help. Whether Trump would have is a moot question (probably not, but at least he was paying attention to the Indo-Pacific). But, for some strange reason, after the Nixon/Kissinger duo, it appears to be US Democrats who are more malign towards India than Republicans. This is a strategic mistake. A solid Japan-US-India partnership in the Indo-Pacific could contain China (Australia doesn’t add much to this; in fact Vietnam or Indonesia would be more useful in a revamped Quad or Quintet or something). By retreating to the Atlantic, as with AUKUS, the US is proving to India once again that it has to go it alone in the Indo-Pacific. 1190 words, 30 Mar 2022 This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit rajeevsrinivasan.substack.com

Faithful Politics
REPLAY: "Gaslighting America" - w/ Amanda Carpenter

Faithful Politics

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 58:58


**We're currently on a brief vacation and will return in early 2022, but wanted to replay some of our favorite episodes and interviews from this past year. Hope you enjoy!**Gaslighting is a tactic in which a person or entity, in order to gain more power, makes a victim question their reality. Enter former-President Trump. Over the last four years, America has been under the influence of a person who seemingly graduated from Gaslighting University with a Ph.D. in Alternative Facts. Whether Trump knows it or not, he is masterful in the art of gaslighting-jitsu. The guest this week may know a thing or two about being gaslit, as she has been the target of this Trump tactic, Amanda Carpenter joins Will and Josh to discuss her book, "Gaslighting America: Why We Love It When Trump Lies to Us". They also discuss the future of the Republican Party, and how faith played a key role in her life during one of the most heinous acts perpetrated by the Trump campaign during 2016 primaries. Guest Bio:Amanda Carpenter is a political commentator for CNN and author of GASLIGHTING AMERICA: Why We Love It When Trump Lies To Us. Prior to CNN she was the Communications Director for Senator Ted Cruz and previously served as Senior Communications Advisor and Speechwriter to Sen. Jim DeMint.For both senators, Carpenter crafted countless op-eds, speeches, talking points, briefing papers, jokes, press releases, tweets, Facebook posts, and other materials on a range of subjects before the United States Senate, including but not limited to economics, campaigns, healthcare, foreign affairs, and constitutional matters. Her work for them has been published in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, and other outlets. Roll Call featured her in a 2014 front-page profile, "Ted Cruz's Twitter Torrent: Outspoken GOP Aide Takes on Own Party" calling her "Capitol Hill's most-followed staffer" on Twitter with more than 56,000 followers.In 2013, she led the creation of Cruz's viral #MakeDCListen speech and campaign that pollster Frank Luntz said produced "the best political sound-byte of 2013.” In 2011, she was named by the Washington Post as one of the "Top 10 Capitol Hill Staffers to Watch." Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/faithpolitics)

Break The Bell
Episode 69: Taking Secret Action

Break The Bell

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 119:04


Recent revelations in Bob Woodward and Robert Costa's book Peril tell a story of Trump's mental decline during his final days as President, and one man's decisions to circumvent chain of command and single handedly prevent WW3. Whether Trump was in a manic state or not, do we want to set a precedent of military generals side-stepping constitutional protocols and taking matters into their own hands? This week we discuss General Milley. Support us:  https://www.patreon.com/breakthebell  https://breakthebell.bigcartel.com/  Our sponsors:   Run Your Mouth Coffee: https://rymcoffee.com/ Goulash media: http://www.goulashmedia.net/  On the Run with Remso Martinez:  https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/on-the-run-with-remso-w-martinez/id1513587449  Follow us on: Bitchute.com/breakthebell https://mewe.com/join/breakthebell Sign up for our newsletter: eepurl.com/hnDUO5 https://www.facebook.com/breakthebellpod  https://www.parler.com/profile/breakthebellpod https://twitter.com/breakthebellpod https://www.instagram.com/breakthebellpod/

Let's Talk Right Now with Jeff Dornik
Whether Trump is playing 5D chess or not, we can't jump on board his pro-vax and RINO endorsements

Let's Talk Right Now with Jeff Dornik

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 30:40


Just because we are Trump supporters who believe that he's the greatest president of our lifetime, if not the last 150 years, doesn't mean that we have to get behind everything he says and does. While many put out the theory that he's secretly playing 5D chess behind the scenes, if we are going to intellectually consistent, we must oppose his cozying up to RINOs and his promotion of the COVID-19 vaccine.

The Dale Jackson Show
Dale and AL.com's Cameron Smith discuss players in Alabama's U.S. Senate race and whether Trump should get involved - 3-24-21

The Dale Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2021 24:11


The Ezra Klein Show
What a More Responsible Republican Party Would Look Like

The Ezra Klein Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2021 58:12


If you watched this past weekend’s Conservative Political Action Conference, you heard a lot of debunked election conspiracies, dire warnings about “cancel culture” and unwavering fealty to Donald Trump. What you didn’t hear was much in the way of policy ideas to raise wages, improve health care or support families. This is the modern G.O.P.: a post-policy party obsessed with symbolic fights and curiously uninterested in the actual work of governing. But does it have to be that way?Ramesh Ponnuru is a senior editor at National Review, a columnist for Bloomberg Opinion, a fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and a Republican wonk who is pushing his party in a more responsible, policy-centric direction. We discuss:Why Republicans have lost interest in policy.Whether Trump would have won the presidency if Senate Republicans had passed a big stimulus bill before the 2020 election.Why Ponnuru thinks the Republican Party’s 2024 hopefuls have learned the wrong lesson from Trump’s 2016 victory.The conservative case for a universal child allowance.Why so few Republican politicians have openly endorsed the Romney child allowance plan — and what that says about the tensions within the party’s coalition.What it would take for Republicans to move away from being a “business owners’” party and toward being a “parents’” party.Why Ponnuru thinks Republicans should support limiting, or outright banning, just-in-time scheduling practices.Whether there was ever a mass constituency for Paul Ryan’s version of conservatism.Who are the most important emerging voices on the political right today.And much more. Recommendations: The Great Debate by Yuval Levin The Upside-Down Constitution by Michael S. Greve  Popular Crime by Bill James The Chronicles of Narnia by C.S. Lewis  The Ezra Klein Show is hiring an Associate Producer! Apply to work with us by clicking here or by visiting www.nytco.com/careers.Thoughts? Email us at ezrakleinshow@nytimes.com. New episodes every Tuesday and Friday.The Ezra Klein Show is produced by Roge Karma and Jeff Geld; fact-checking by Michelle Harris; original music by Isaac Jones; mixing by Jeff Geld.

Faithful Politics
Gaslighting America - w/Special Guest Amanda Carpenter

Faithful Politics

Play Episode Play 31 sec Highlight Listen Later Feb 26, 2021 60:15


Gaslighting is a tactic in which a person or entity, in order to gain more power, makes a victim question their reality. Enter former-President Trump. Over the last four years, America has been under the influence of a person who seemingly graduated from Gaslighting University with a Ph.D. in Alternative Facts. Whether Trump knows it or not, he is masterful in the art of gaslighting-jitsu. The guest this week may know a thing or two about being gaslit, as she has been the target of this Trump tactic, Amanda Carpenter joins Will and Josh to discuss her book, "Gaslighting America: Why We Love It When Trump Lies to Us". They also discuss the future of the Republican Party, and how faith played a key role in her life during one of the most heinous acts perpetrated by the Trump campaign during 2016 primaries. Guest Bio:Amanda Carpenter is a political commentator for CNN and author of GASLIGHTING AMERICA: Why We Love It When Trump Lies To Us. Prior to CNN she was the Communications Director for Senator Ted Cruz and previously served as Senior Communications Advisor and Speechwriter to Sen. Jim DeMint.For both senators, Carpenter crafted countless op-eds, speeches, talking points, briefing papers, jokes, press releases, tweets, Facebook posts, and other materials on a range of subjects before the United States Senate, including but not limited to economics, campaigns, healthcare, foreign affairs, and constitutional matters. Her work for them has been published in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Washington Post, and other outlets. Roll Call featured her in a 2014 front-page profile, "Ted Cruz's Twitter Torrent: Outspoken GOP Aide Takes on Own Party" calling her "Capitol Hill's most-followed staffer" on Twitter with more than 56,000 followers.In 2013, she led the creation of Cruz's viral #MakeDCListen speech and campaign that pollster Frank Luntz said produced "the best political sound-byte of 2013.” In 2011, she was named by the Washington Post as one of the "Top 10 Capitol Hill Staffers to Watch." Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/faithpolitics)

Environment China
Prospects for US-China Energy and Climate Cooperation Under Biden, with Joanna Lewis

Environment China

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2021 25:06


Today we are beginning a new series of podcasts on the hot topic of US-China energy and climate cooperation, starting with Professor Joanna Lewis of Georgetown University. Dr Joanna Lewis is Provost's Distinguished Associate Professor of Energy and Environment and Director of the Science, Technology and International Affairs Program (STIA) at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service. She is also a faculty affiliate in the China Energy Group at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Lewis leads Georgetown’s US-China Climate Research Dialogue and US-China Energy and Climate Working Group. Lewis holds a Master’s and Ph.D. in Energy and Resources from the University of California, Berkeley and a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science and Policy from Duke University. In this episode, we touch on: Lessons from past U.S.-China climate and energy cooperation, a topic Prof Lewis addressed in a recent paper here: https://muse.jhu.edu/article/766400;  Which areas of climate cooperation the Biden administration is likely to focus on; Whether Trump tariffs on solar and other clean energy technologies will be removed; Whether the U.S. can still cooperate with China on technology innovation; And whether the two countries still believe they can learn from each other on climate policy.  

Cinder Bloc.
Ep 1 : "Politics is the Education of the Body through Struggle" with Phillip Neel, Jarrod Shanahan, & Zhandarka Kurti

Cinder Bloc.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2021 61:07


Cinder Bloc. is a project developed out of Red May in Seattle, Washington. Episode 1 is the first of a two-part discussion we shared with Phillip Neel, Jarrod Shanahan, and Zhandarka Kurti. Recorded in the first week of December 2020, we wanted to reflect on the apparently increasing stakes of 2020, from the pandemic to the George Floyd Rebellions and, most presciently,  looking to the *then* recent 2020 US presidential election. Whether Trump or Biden took the chair, the coming November election had every source from Fox and MSNBC to your favorite Signal thread buzzing with anticipation of political crisis and civil unrest. Would the election push the summer heatwave into the winter or would it bring a cold front? We of Cinder Bloc. thought we had an answer at the beginning of December. But Zhana, Jarrod, and Phil suggested otherwise, albeit from different positions : to varying degrees, they told us, wait and see. Almost a month later to the day, the Capitol riots shocked the US as neo-nazis, white-supremacists, and the fascist right-wave protests swept the Capitol and pockets around North America. Now on the cusp of J20 and warnings of armed right taking to the streets, what unrest is on the horizon? What are the real divides polarizing the U.S. today? And can the Left do about it?show notes :Jarrod Shanahan (Chicago) and Zhandarka Kurti (Knoxville) are, among other things, organizers, scholars, and members of the editorial board for Hard Crackers. Prelude to a Hot Summer The Shifting Ground: a Conversation on the George Floyd Rebellions Thankful for President Trump: Thanksgiving with Stop the Steal The Show Must Go On Phillip Neel (Seattle) is, among other things, a communist geographer and the author of Hinterland.  Crowned Plague The Spiral Why Riot? Counting Riots New Ghettos Burning 

Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy
Timothy Snyder on the fight for democracy, Russia and whether Trump has really gone?

Ways to Change the World with Krishnan Guru-Murthy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 8, 2021 40:12


Timothy Snyder is an American author and historian.    He is a professor of history at Yale University and a fellow at the Institute for Human Sciences in Vienna. He has been warning about the threats to democracy around the world for several years in a series of popular books.    He talks to Krishnan about the future of Trump and 'Trumpism', the rising influence of Russia and Britain's next move.    Producer: Rachel Evans

War on America Defense X with Don Trumbull
Safe States with Dr. Peter Vincent Pry — Part 2: Episode 08

War on America Defense X with Don Trumbull

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 18, 2020 56:49


Insurrection. Looming War. Catastrophic Lies and Sabotage. Trump advisor says,“…Safe States our last hope in defending life and liberty from all.”Part 2: Brace. Brace. Brace. Conservative States—Defend Now.In Part 2: Dr. Pry explains the treachery in detail, and he exposes the only remaining solution that can free us from the deadly trap—set by the SWAMP. Whether Trump ultimately wins the 2020 election, or whether he is forced out by a sinister coup, the war is on, and kryptonite must be used. If half the states defend, freedom is secured, and the other states will eventually follow. Brace. Brace. Brace. From MAD to SANE. Safe States Now.Learn more about the Safe State Project at www.safestateproject.com.

Tech News Now
Joe Biden will get POTUS Twitter account login on Inauguration Day

Tech News Now

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020 1:38


Whether Trump concedes or not. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Truth In Love Podcast With James Robor
40: The Big Problem In America That Must Be Dealt With

The Truth In Love Podcast With James Robor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020 8:55


Whether Trump wins or loses this election, AMERICA HAS A BIG PROBLEM and it's not going away quickly or easily. The problem has been there for decades and has slowly gotten worse and worse. If we want America to be great for our children and grandchildren, we are going to have to turn this problem around. The big problem is the spiritual decay and decline of our society. Join our newsletter from the home page of jamesrobor.comSubscribe to our YouTube Channel: jamesrobor.com/youtube #conservativevaluesv#saveusa #trump2020 #1race4life #christianpodcast #christianmedia#truthinlove #podcaster #realchristianity #churchreform #thetruthinlovepodcast#prophetic #propheticwordSupport the show (http://www.jamesrobor.com/partner)

No Lie with Brian Tyler Cohen
Adam Schiff on whether Trump could face consequences for election subversion

No Lie with Brian Tyler Cohen

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2020 29:39


Trump is trying to overturn the election results in the courts, Rudy Giuliani argues his big case in PA, a Trump lawyer brings forward a conspiracy theory too insane even for Tucker Carlson, and Trump summons Michigan lawmakers to the White House to intimidate them into not certifying the results for Biden. And Brian interviews Adam Schiff about whether Trump can face legal consequences for trying to undermine the election.Written by Brian Tyler CohenProduced by Sam GraberRecorded in Los Angeles, CAhttps://www.briantylercohen.com/podcast/Visit votesaveamerica.com/georgia or votesaveamerica.com/getmitch to do your part for Georgia's Senate runoffs. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Vastiny News
CX Daily: Whether Trump or Biden, Either Could Seek to End Tariffs During New Presidency, Businesses Say

Vastiny News

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2020


China unveils more details of its plans over next 15 years. The country's fintech sector may grow slower due to stricter regulations. China's service sector continues to recover, Caixin data shows. Freight carriers flock to be listed. Lenovo’s smartphone arm cuts losses by half. Plus, Meituan plans a secondary listing on the Chinese mainland.

WSJ What’s News
The Key Demographics That Could Decide Whether Trump or Biden Win

WSJ What’s News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2020 13:34


A.M. Edition for Oct. 30. Presidential candidates look to win over specific voter groups as the campaign winds down. Why the oil market faces new uncertainty. Expert advice on coping with changing clocks. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Economist Radio
The Economist Asks: John Bolton

Economist Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2020 30:01


Whether Trump wins or loses the election, what next for the Republicans? The President’s former national security adviser lays out his vision of a Reagan-style future party, where Donald Trump is “a crazy uncle tweeting from the basement”. Also, what advice would Mr Bolton give a newly elected Joe Biden, who he calls “a man of character”. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

WSJ What’s News
What CEOs Think About Whether Trump or Biden Wins the Election

WSJ What’s News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2020 11:23


A.M. Edition for Oct. 29. A closer look at the issues facing American business and the different approaches by President Trump and Joe Biden. Auto companies see surprising growth amid the pandemic. Musicians look for new venues as cold weather closes outdoor stages. Marc Stewart hosts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Economist Asks
The Economist Asks: John Bolton

The Economist Asks

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2020 30:01


Whether Trump wins or loses the election, what next for the Republicans? The President’s former national security adviser lays out his vision of a Reagan-style future party, where Donald Trump is “a crazy uncle tweeting from the basement”. Also, what advice would Mr Bolton give a newly elected Joe Biden, who he calls “a man of character”. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Reason Interview With Nick Gillespie
Morris P. Fiorina: Why 'Electoral Chaos' Is Here To Stay

The Reason Interview With Nick Gillespie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2020 43:28


Whether Trump or Biden wins, the Stanford political scientist says "unstable majorities" will persist in the coming decade.

Non-Compliant
Episode 18: The One Where We Debate Whether Trump is a Good Negotiator

Non-Compliant

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2020 41:25


President Donald Trump is a self-proclaimed master negotiator who is famously behind the Art of the Deal. Trump, however, has bungled many international and domestic negotiations that have severely harmed U.S. interests. With the election looming, the president’s negotiation style often fits that of a strong-arm dictator rather than that of the leader of the free world. In Episode 18 we meet with Maurice Schweitzer, an emotions and negotiations professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and author of Friend & Foe, to break down how Trump fails during high stakes talks. Non-Compliant Host Jay Edelson, the Founder and CEO of a prominent plaintiff’s firm, and Maurice also discuss how to successfully navigate high-pressure situations and why you must be both a friend and foe with adversaries during negotiations.

American Vigilance
10.4 Friday Trouble Shooting - Post Debate and the Adolescent Left

American Vigilance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2020 27:14


Trump handled himself well last night, but you can be sure that most Americans have already made their mind up on who they're voting for. Whether Trump or Biden wins is not the issue, we're still going to be dealing with the radical "woke" Left post-election. So today we're going to do a psychological deep-dive into what kind of person the Left appeals to so we can better understand how to get through to them.

Progressive Voices
The Leslie Marshall Show - 9/29/20 - Debate Preview with Former Senior Advisor To Joe Biden

Progressive Voices

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2020 42:43


Leslie begins the show with her 'Ripped from the Headlines' news segment. Here are the stories that she gave her take on: 1. AXIOS: "House Democrats unveil new $2.2 trillion coronavirus relief proposal" 2. NEW YORK TIMES: "White House Told CDC: Come Up With More Evidence to Support School Reopenings" 3. THE ATLANTIC: "Ex-Trump aides say the president regularly mocks his evangelical supporters behind their backs" She's then joined by Moe Vela, who served in President Obama’s administration as the Director of Administration and Senior Advisor in the Office of Vice President Joe Biden. The stint was the second White House appointment for Mr. Vela, who served as Chief Financial Officer and Senior Advisor on Hispanic Affairs for Vice President Al Gore. Mr. Vela holds the distinction of being the first Hispanic American and gay American to serve twice in a senior executive role in the White House. Leslie and Moe preview tonight's presidential debate, the first between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. They analyze: 1. Whether Trump can avoid the sitting-president first-debate slump 2. Whether Biden comes across competently 3. Whether Trump and Biden can control their tempers and tone 4. How Trump tries to defend his record 5. How much of the debate should focus on the COVID-19 pandemic and Trump's management of the crisis You can follow Moe on Twitter, where his handle is @MoeVela.

The Leslie Marshall Show
Debate Preview with Former Senior Advisor to Joe Biden

The Leslie Marshall Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2020 42:43


Leslie begins the show with her 'Ripped from the Headlines' news segment. Here are the stories that she gave her take on: 1. AXIOS: "House Democrats unveil new $2.2 trillion coronavirus relief proposal" 2. NEW YORK TIMES: "White House Told CDC: Come Up With More Evidence to Support School Reopenings" 3. THE ATLANTIC: "Ex-Trump aides say the president regularly mocks his evangelical supporters behind their backs" She's then joined by Moe Vela, who served in President Obama's administration as the Director of Administration and Senior Advisor in the Office of Vice President Joe Biden. The stint was the second White House appointment for Mr. Vela, who served as Chief Financial Officer and Senior Advisor on Hispanic Affairs for Vice President Al Gore. Mr. Vela holds the distinction of being the first Hispanic American and gay American to serve twice in a senior executive role in the White House. Leslie and Moe preview tonight's presidential debate, the first between Donald Trump and Joe Biden.  They analyze: 1. Whether Trump can avoid the sitting-president first-debate slump 2. Whether Biden comes across competently 3. Whether Trump and Biden can control their tempers and tone 4. How Trump tries to defend his record 5. How much of the debate should focus on the COVID-19 pandemic and Trump's management of the crisis You can follow Moe on Twitter, where his handle is @MoeVela.

No Lie with Brian Tyler Cohen
Rep. Raskin on whether Trump can challenge mail ballots in the Supreme Court

No Lie with Brian Tyler Cohen

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2020 37:25


Trump has refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses, and the story he used to justify that decision crumbled immediately. Brian interviews Congressman Jamie Raskin, who – as a former constitutional law professor – talks about the legality of Trump’s promises to litigate the results of the election in front of the Supreme Court.Written by Brian Tyler CohenProduced by Sam GraberRecorded in Los Angeles, CAhttps://www.briantylercohen.com/podcast/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Lead with Jake Tapper
Police & protesters clash after Breonna Taylor grand jury decision; One-on-one interview with Cindy McCain; New CNN poll: Americans split on whether Trump’s appointments made Supreme Court better or worse; Senators challenge top public health leader

The Lead with Jake Tapper

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2020 46:28


No officers charged directly with Breonna Taylor’s death; New Covid cases trending up in 22 states; Fauci and Sen. Paul spar over herd immunity; CDC: thousands of flights may have been exposed to Covid; Redfield grilled over controversial CDC testing guidance; Surgeon General: “the virus doesn’t care about your politics”     To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy

Dan Caplis
Whether Trump wins or loses, what becomes of today's Republican party?

Dan Caplis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 18, 2020 35:25


Dan is peppered with hypotheticals by Ryan in the wake of a potential Trump victory - or loss. What becomes of the modern Republican party, in either case? Will #NeverTrumpers of the former GOP establishment try to wrangle back leadership and direction of the platform? Is there someone waiting in the wings capable of picking up the mantle from President Trump and marching forward? The guys discuss. Also, Dan breaks down the upcoming first debate between Trump and Biden and warns against the President (or anyone) taking the former Vice President too lightly.

Leid Stories
Leid Stories - 09.10.20

Leid Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2020 59:23


 In 54 days, the nation will elect a president. It could mean the re-election of Donald Trump, a Republican seeking a second term, or the election of Trump's main opponent, Joe Biden, who had served as vice president to President Barack Obama from 2009 to 2017. The winning candidate will usher in a new administration, even if -- as could be the case with Trump -- it continues from where the old one left off.  But what will the people's expectations be, given where things stand now? Whether Trump or Biden, what will they want from a new president? Add your voice and views to the discussion. Call 888-874-4888 to share your thoughts live on air. Leid Stories 09.10.2020

Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Whether Trump can send police to the polls

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2020 50:14


The violence in Portland and Kenosha is becoming a major theme in Trump’s re-election strategy. He’s banking on a message of enforcing law and order to appeal to both his base and voters who might be reluctant to support him. Part of that strategy could involve sending law enforcement officers to polling places on election day. It’s an idea that Trump’s been floating recently.

Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Whether Trump can unilaterally extend pandemic relief

Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2020 50:22


One executive order President Trump signed over the weekend aims to give Americans an extra $400 per week during the pandemic. That’s down from the $600 per week originally passed by Congress. But whereas the federal government was paying for all of the additional benefits before, Trump’s order requires states to chip some of that money.

Matt Lewis and the News
Mike Murphy on Biden’s ‘Veepstakes’ And Whether Trump is Houdini

Matt Lewis and the News

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2020 45:50


GOP strategist Mike Murphy talks about Donald Trump, coronavirus, Biden's veepstakes, and John McCain's legacy.

Stay Tuned with Preet
Humor in the Time of Corona (with Mike Birbiglia)

Stay Tuned with Preet

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2020 76:23


On this week's episode of Stay Tuned, "Humor in the Time of Corona," Preet answers listener questions about: The impact of COVID-19 on the 2020 Census (and how to fill it out online!) Whether Trump’s suggestion that he would not provide emergency assistance to “unappreciative” governors could be criminal conduct  If cable news networks should stop broadcasting Trump’s press conferences on COVID-19 Changing the name of the podcast to something more topical Then, he’s joined by Mike Birbiglia, who is a comedian, writer, director, and an actor. Birbiglia does not shy away from the tough topics in his work and he shares how comedy has been a tool to help him work through personal struggles with health complications. In this sad and stressful time, Birbiglia reveals how the process of crafting and sharing jokes can be healing and cathartic. His most recent one-man show, The New One, is about the turbulent, and ultimately heartwarming, experience of becoming a parent. [Parental discretion for language and content is advised for this episode.]    To listen to Stay Tuned bonus content, become a member of CAFE Insider. And if you haven’t already, listen to this week’s full episode of the CAFE Insider podcast for free. Sign up to receive a link to the episode at cafe.com/preet. As always, tweet your questions to @PreetBharara with hashtag #askpreet, email us at staytuned@cafe.com, or call 669-247-7338 to leave a voicemail.    REFERENCES & SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALS THE Q&A Fill out the 2020 census online here 2020 Census Operational Adjustments Due to COVID-19 “Why Does the Census Matter?,” Council on Foreign Relations, 12/16/19 “Trump: Federal Government Doing ‘Hell Of A Job’ And ‘Governors Should Appreciate It,’” Real Clear Politics, 3/27/20   THE INTERVIEW Get updates from Mike at Birgbigs.com Tip Your Waitstaff   BIRBIGLIA SPECIALS & MOVIES “The New One,” Netflix (2019), and the upcoming book in May 2020 “Thank God For Jokes,” Netflix (2017)   Don’t Think Twice, Netflix (2016) Sleepwalk With Me, Amazon Prime Video (2012) “Sleepwalk with Me Live,” Spotify (2011) “What I Should Have Said Was Nothing,” Netflix (2008)   JOKES & JOKESTERS “Humor in Hard Times,” New York Times, 9/19/09 Watch: “Jon Stewart on Comedy in Times of Tragedy,” Bill Moyers Journal (2007) “Where does canned laughter come from – and where did it go?,” BBC, 9/26/16 “Please Chuckle Here, New York Magazine, 11/23/11   Steven Wright: Watch: “Comic Relief ‘Steven Wright’ Stand Up Comedy 1987” Stephen Wright, Spotify “The Mosaic View Of Comedian Steven Wright,” Wisconsin Public Radio, 3/7/20 “Headwaters for a River of Stand-Up,” New York Times, 4/30/14   Mitch Hedberg: Mitch Hedberg: “Strategic Grill Locations,” Spotify (2003) “Mitch Hedberg: The Best Pre-Twitter Twitter Comedian,” GQ, 6/4/13 “Mitch Hedberg, a Comedian Who Performed Surreal Routines, Dies at 37,” New York Times, 4/1/05   Jerry Seinfeld: Jerry Seinfeld’s Comedian, Netflix (2002) Watch: “Seinfeld - Night Guy”   Roy Wood Jr: Roy Wood Jr.: “Father Figure,” Amazon Prime Video (2017)   LOCKDOWN ENTERTAINMENT RECOMMENDATIONS The Money Pit, Netflix (1986) The Larry Sanders Show, HBO (1992) The Zen Diaries of Garry Shandling, HBO (2018) Extras, Netflix (2006)

The Dumpster Fire
The Moat Impediment

The Dumpster Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2019 32:13


Whether Trump wanted a snake and alligator filled moat along the Southern border or not – he did – what does it say about him that it's so believable... Cory discusses how Trump likes the idea of pain as a deterrence. Trump has a meltdown, still doesn't know what paraphrasing is and a former Homeland Security Advisor says Trump is obsessed with Ukraine because he is easily manipulated (paraphrasing).

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart
Why Nancy Pelosi says it doesn’t matter whether Trump can be trusted

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2019 26:04


Speaker Nancy Pelosi joins the season premiere of 'Cape Up' to talk about U.S. leadership in the world, her relationships with Republican colleagues, and of course, the president.

Tim Byrne Almost Live
S03E24 - The Oracle Speaks with John Mollenhauer

Tim Byrne Almost Live

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 17, 2019 30:30


When John Mollenhauer speaks, I listen.  And so should you.  John has been working in the Toronto construction industry for decades.  Since becoming CEO of the Toronto Construction Association 13 years ago he has become something of an oracle.  I invited him back on the show this week to hear his thoughts on the state of the economy.  I boldly predicted earlier this year that we were headed for a recession.   That hasn't happened yet and John tells me why.  We also talk about: The state of the Canadian and US construction industries Why gold is topping $1400 an ounce Whether Trump and Trudeau will get re-elected Why construction companies are so terrified of new technology ***************** INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/timbyrnealmostlive TWITTER: https://twitter.com/timbyrnealmost  FACEBOOK: http://www.Facebook.com/TimByrneAlmosLive

Mark Levin Podcast
Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 6/19/19

Mark Levin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2019 117:19


On Wednesday’s Mark Levin show, slavery is one of the the most awful events that has ever occurred in this country but we shouldn't have to pay one penny for reparations. The vast majority of us were neither the progeny of slaves or slave holders. This is a scam; it’s the latest push by left to divide this country. Also, Joe Biden is coming under attack from democrat presidential candidates over his comments about segregationist senators. Cory Booker and Kamala Harris said Biden was wrong. But if the democrat party had its way with slavery Booker and Harris wouldn’t be running for president right now. Later, CNN cut away from President Trump’s speech to 20,000 people in a packed arena after 6 minutes. They cut Trump’s speech after the crowd chanted “CNN sucks” and after he bashed the press. Whether Trump attacks them or not, they should air his speech, which wasn’t a pseudo-event. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mark Levin Podcast
Mark Levin Audio Rewind - 6/19/19

Mark Levin Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2019 117:19


On Wednesday’s Mark Levin show, slavery is one of the the most awful events that has ever occurred in this country but we shouldn't have to pay one penny for reparations. The vast majority of us were neither the progeny of slaves or slave holders. This is a scam; it’s the latest push by left to divide this country. Also, Joe Biden is coming under attack from democrat presidential candidates over his comments about segregationist senators. Cory Booker and Kamala Harris said Biden was wrong. But if the democrat party had its way with slavery Booker and Harris wouldn’t be running for president right now. Later, CNN cut away from President Trump’s speech to 20,000 people in a packed arena after 6 minutes. They cut Trump’s speech after the crowd chanted “CNN sucks” and after he bashed the press. Whether Trump attacks them or not, they should air his speech, which wasn’t a pseudo-event. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
D'Arcy Carden | The FBI Investigated Whether Trump Worked for Russia: A Closer Look

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2019 24:24


Seth takes a closer look at accusations that Trump worked for a foreign government and the federal government’s ongoing shutdown.Then, Seth talks to The Good Place's D'Arcy Carden, who also takes a few more questions backstage just for the podcast.LATE NIGHT ON SOCIALRate the Late Night Podcast on Apple Podcasts: applepodcasts.com/LateNightSethSubscribe to Late Night on YouTube: youtube.com/LateNightSethFollow Late Night on Twitter: twitter.com/LateNightSethLike Late Night on Facebook: www.facebook.com/LateNightSethLike Late Night on Instagram: www.instagram.com/LateNightSethFind Late Night on Snapchat: snapchat.com/add/LateNightSethGet more Late Night with Seth Meyers: www.nbc.com/late-night-with-seth-meyers/Watch Late Night with Seth Meyers weeknights 12:35/11:35c on NBC.

The Hartmann Report
Thom Hartmann Program - 1 Hour Edition - 01/14/19 - The government protects the common person from the power of the rich- both foreign and domestic. In a case of whodunnit?, Thom asks whether Trump is sold out to local oligarchs like the Koch brothers, Ru

The Hartmann Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2019 60:58


We now know the FBI has had reason to investigate Trump's financial obligations to the Russian government since at least 2016. And, financial ties have been demonstrated between foreign governments and some key Republican players in Congress. Thom asks who is really pulling the strings? Could it be oligarchs abroad, and/or at home? Does the federal shutdown further the mission of billionaires to create a disrespect for government generally? ----- Thom keenly discusses his thesis with callers, adding detail and dimension to his argument. ----- The discussion gets heated when Thom takes on conservative commentator Charles Sauer and the reality and causes of inequality in this country. ----- Thom reads from 'The Women's Suffrage Movement', a collection of essays on historic social justice activism. ----- Thom discusses the Los Angeles teacher's strike in the context of the struggle for freedom from oligarchic power. ----- Thom gets former Republican Congressman Bob Ney's take on just who Trump is sold out to. Plus, John Bolton asks the Pentagon to plan going to war with Iran.

Read By AI
F.B.I. Opened Inquiry Into Whether Trump Was Secretly Working on Behalf of Russia

Read By AI

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2019 11:10


Hi! This is Lexie of Read by AI. I will read the major political story from the New York Times F.B.I. Opened Inquiry Into Whether Trump Was Secretly Working on Behalf of Russia by Adam Goldman, Michael S. Schmidt, and Nicholas Fandos. In the days after President Trump fired James B. Comey as F.B.I. director, […]

The Jamie Weinstein Show
Episode 75: Bill Kristol

The Jamie Weinstein Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2018 62:21


Bill Kristol is working on a surprise for President Trump in 2020. In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, the founder and editor-at-large of The Weekly Standard opens up about Trump’s first two years, trying to find a 2020 GOP primary challenger, the Mueller investigation, and much more. Show Roadmap: What’s surprised Kristol during the first two years of the Trump administration. Whether Trump ever impresses Kristol. On whether the Trump administration ever reaches out to Kristol for advice. On Kristol’s friends who work with Trump. Kristol discusses his recent visit to New Hampshire. On Kristol’s efforts to field a 2020 primary challenger to Trump. Where Kristol sees the Mueller investigation going . Whether U.S. foreign policy over the last two decades has been too ambitious.

POLITICO's Off Message
Garry Kasparov on whether Trump could beat Putin in chess

POLITICO's Off Message

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2017 34:43


Chess? That’s not what Garry Kasparov sees Donald Trump or Vladimir Putin playing—three-dimensional or any other kind. But if they did sit down for a game, the former grandmaster knows who’d win: “Both of them despise playing by the rules, so it’s who will cheat first.”

The Ezra Klein Show
Chris Hayes on whether Trump should be removed from office

The Ezra Klein Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2017 69:41


In the aftermath of Trump’s bizarre, dangerous North Korea tweets, I’ve been fixated on a question: Should Trump be removed from office?   The mechanisms we have for curbing a dangerous presidency are limited, at least as we normally think about them. Though legal scholars argue over the founders’ intent, impeachment is thought to be a remedy for executive criminality, while the 25th Amendment is only meant to be used amid physical and mental incapacitation.   But what if neither condition is present? What if the United States of America — a nuclear hyperpower — just puts the wrong person in the job? What if we make a mistake — now or in the future — that is not clearly driven by breaches of law or catastrophic changes in health? What remedies does our system offer? What would the cost of invoking those remedies be?   Chris Hayes is the host of MSNBC’s All In, and he’s also an unusually thoughtful analyst of political institutions and systems. So I asked him back to the podcast to talk about this question, and a few more. We cover the infighting between different factions of the Democratic Party, the signs that congressional Republicans are growing some backbone, and the reports that Trump’s closest aides are conspiring to keep him from doing too much damage to the country.   This is a great conversation about some topics you’re going to hear a lot more from me on soon. Enjoy!   (One note: This conversation was recorded a few days before the white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, which is why you don’t hear us cover it. But Trump’s reaction to the rally only underscores many of the points we make in this podcast.)  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Gut Punch News
GPN #301 - HOSTILITY

Gut Punch News

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 4, 2017 60:06


Whether Trump crushes Media, liberals bash conservatives, or you badmouth me, there is more than enough hostility to go around.  

Bill Kelly Show
US special counsel investigating whether Trump attempted to obstruct justice.

Bill Kelly Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2017 5:21


Photo: (AP Photo/Susan Walsh, File) The special counsel that is overseeing the Russian investigation has been talking with intelligence officials over whether the President attempted to obstruct justice. Guest: George Breckenridge, Retired Political Science Professor, McMaster University.

Retire Secure!
Episode 192 - The Tax Policy Center’s Expert Roberton Williams Joins Jim Lange to Discuss President Trump’s Tax Policies

Retire Secure!

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 18, 2017 48:39


New leadership in Washington always brings with it an element of uncertainty for Americans, as both citizens and investors. In 2017, that uncertainty has been heightened following the unprecedented election of Donald J. Trump – the first man ever elected to the nation’s highest office without political or military experience. If you’ve followed the headlines, you know that President Trump’s first 90 days in office have been a rollercoaster ride. And for investors, one of the biggest unanswered questions is what the President will do when it comes to taxes. Last week, the White House announced that the President is scrapping the tax reform plan that he touted during his campaign in favor of a new plan – one that likely won’t be ready by a previously announced August deadline. When the new plan does arrive, will it still resemble the campaign plan? Or will Trump offer an olive branch to Democrats to try to get a deal done? In this episode of The Lange Money Hour: Where Smart Money Talks, CPA/Attorney Jim Lange will welcome back to the program Roberton Williams from the independent/nonpartisan Tax Policy Center. Bob joined Jim last fall to discuss how Trump’s tax policy proposals compared to Hillary Clinton’s. Now he’ll take a fresh look at the President’s past promises – and what might lie ahead. Jim and Bob will cover topics like: • What a Trump tax reform plan might look like • Whether Trump’s recent tax talk resembles what he promised on the campaign trail • The current status of potential tax changes • If individual tax rates go down, will they likely go up in the future? • If so, would that make it a great time to do a Roth IRA conversion? KQV will rebroadcast the show this Sunday at 9:05 a.m. The audio will also be archived on our web site at www.paytaxeslater.com/radioshow.php, along with a written transcript. *All investing involves risk, including the potential for loss of principal. There is no guarantee that any investment strategy or plan will be successful. Investment advisory services offered by Lange Financial Group, LLC.

Jason Hartman In the Hot Seat
JH 27 - Real Time, Real Men Only with Nicole Welch

Jason Hartman In the Hot Seat

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2017 31:20


Communication is an art and only 7% of it is verbal....so the rest??..The rest affects every area of your life. On October 19, 2015, Jason Hartman went on Real Time, Real Men Only with Nicole Welch to dive into real estate investing, trying to outsource your home construction, and finding your passion in life. Key Takeaways: [3:02] How gaining leverage is the key to success regardless of the area of life [6:37] Trying to compare the US real estate market to any other market around the world [9:42] Why trying to build in countries with cheap labor rates might seem great, but ends up costing a lot more than you'd expect [12:20] A fragmented real estate market in the US makes for great opportunities [16:13] Sometimes you might find that your passion isn't the job you have, but the opportunities the job allows you [19:45] Jason breaks down why he does The Longevity & Biohacking Show podcast [23:40] Whether Trump has a chance to win the election (Jason makes a call that might suprise you) [25:42] A project Jason is starting up, www.freecourt.com Website: www.freecourt.com

Nathan Forster
The Election 2016

Nathan Forster

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2016


Whether Trump or Hillary supporter remember who the Ultimate President is. See more at https://www.nathanforster.com or https://www.facebook.com/nathanforster