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Welcome to Innovation with Mark Peter Davis, a podcast dedicated to innovation, truth, and education. Through fireside chats with entrepreneurs, industry leading executives, and creative minded business folk, I'll highlight the society altering transformations that are happening all around us while providing crucial entrepreneurial advice. Pickup tips from founders who sold their company for hundreds of millions of dollars. Discover how everyday materials and goods are being reinvented by sc ...
 
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On this week’s episode I chat with Alex Taub. Alex is the Co-Founder & CEO of Upstream, a digital platform that is redefining professional networking. Over the years I’ve watched many community platforms fail. I don’t know the exact stats, but the success rate is low. I think one of the reasons why a community platform is so hard to build is that i…
 
We take a look at the 2007 Antoine Fuqua/Mark Wahlberg film “Shooter,” a fascinating relic of the 2nd G.W. administration that asks the question “what if a hardass marine sniper operator type fuckin merked Dick Cheney?” Also, Matt brings up some deep lore from the author Stephen Hunter’s other novels that really makes him seem like a fertile well o…
 
We start by taking stock of the whole vaccination situation, wondering if there’s any way to reason with vax-skeptics and, when you’re only freedoms in this country are consumption choices, probably not. Then speaking of consumer choices, we look at the Black Rifle Coffee Company’s growing problem of their coffee’s fandom among racists, rioters and…
 
As you can tell from the title, this isn’t a normal episode. I just wanted to give a couple of quick updates. 1) THANK YOU for listening and supporting the pod. It's crazy to think that we’re 27 episodes in!! I very much appreciate you joining me on this journey. 2) We’re taking a summer break and just wanted to let you know so you didn’t think we …
 
This is the first episode of Chapo all-stars Derek Davison & Daniel Bessner’s new foreign policy podcast “American Prestige”. To get more, go here: http://patreon.com/americanprestigeIn the premiere episode of American Prestige, Danny and Derek get into the US's withdrawal from Afghanistan. Did the military intentionally botch the withdrawal? Has t…
 
We’re joined by Chapo foreign policy desk Derek Davison and Daniel Bessner to check in with America’s various “oopsies”, “uh-ohs” and “oh butterfingers” accidentally enforcing our hegemony around the world. Derek and Danny have a new podcast, American Prestige, covering just this type of thing. If you like them on Chapo, be sure to go checkout thei…
 
Blowback’s Brendan James and Noah Kulwin join us to discuss the permanently ill Bolsonaro, new dispatches from the desk of Donald Trump, and of course, new developments relating to Cuba. We discuss the embargo, protests, domestic social media campaigns, and of course, Mr. Worldwide’s take.
 
On this week’s episode I chat with Jed Katz, Managing Director at Javelin Venture Partners. Javelin is a premier VC firm that has invested in a ton of successful companies including a bunch of unicorns like Master Class and Thumbtack. Now, this episode is a bit special for me because Jed gave me my first break into VC back in 2006. He’s been a long…
 
We’re joined by Tides of History’s Patrick Wyman today to take a historical look on things, starting with a brief discussion of the assassination of Haitian president Moïse, and the increasing privatization of violence. We then turn to Patrick’s new book The Verge, examining the crucial years of the Renaissance, and investigating just how and why w…
 
We’re joined by original rap genius Gangsta Boo (@GangstaBooQOM) to discuss Warren Beatty’s perhaps overlooked 1998 political satire “Bulworth”. Is this the masturbatory ego fantasy of the white male liberal psyche, or is there something actually hilarious and genius going on here? Is it all just a dream? Does 61 year old actor/director/producer Be…
 
What’s one band you’re ALWAYS thinking about? We start asking some universal questions. Then, we take a pair of articles that again push the idea of Biden as a transformational progressive president and ask who are they for? Why do we keep getting these? Aren’t we all just eating ice cream? C’mon man. Finally, we turn to the federalist to learn abo…
 
Constitution - WashingtonGet in the Presidency, George.Episode 2 is up now on Stitcher Premium, with new episodes out on Fridays.To sign up and to get a free month of Stitcher Premium, go to stitcherpremium.com/hell on your mobile or desktop browser, click start free trial, select a monthly plan, and use promo code HELL. You'll get access to Hell o…
 
The Best Show's Tom Scharpling stops by to discuss his new memoir “It Never Ends,” being a long-term Trump-watcher, Billys Crystal & Joel, online bullying, and bathrooms from hell. We then read the most inane Megan McArdle we’ve ever read on the show, and discover that even a McArdle piece about pie being good contains some nuggets of libertarian n…
 
On this week’s episode I chat with Beezer Clarkson of Sapphire Partners. Sapphire Partners invests in early-stage venture capital funds and Beezer leads their investment team, focusing on both domestic and international funds. Beezer is a star and began her career in financial services over 20 years ago at Morgan Stanley in its global infrastructur…
 
It’s a jumbo sized Chapo today, starting with a return of our smash hit segment “Animal Facts” to start off with 20 min of levity and speculation on which of Nature’s magnificent creatures are conduits to the spiritual and/or extraterrestrial world. Then, after one of Will’s maybe sweatiest ever transitions, we move on to discussing the tragic Miam…
 
We lead off pouring one out for a real one, RIP John McAfee. Then it’s time to wring our hands over our precious institutions while reading a piece demanding we stop telling Justice Breyer to retire. Finally, it’s a double dose of Pure Kass with two of maybe the most inane op-ed columns we’ve ever done on this show.…
 
Steven D. Lavine is the longest-serving president of the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts). The institute was born out of Walt Disney's vision for an art school over 50 years ago. CalArts had become embroiled in crisis until Steven became president, leading it to financial prosperity and international acclaim. When Steven took over the sch…
 
On this week’s episode I sit down with Noah Glass, Founder and CEO of Olo. Olo isn’t a household name, but that’s by design. They are a white label solution that powers most of the restaurant apps you have on your phone. These apps streamline ordering and specialize in supporting takeout. While I suspect that most people would correctly guess that …
 
NYC mayoral elections are tomorrow so we give our final review of the candidates - not great! Then we check in with a Chapo favorite we’ve not discussed in quite a bit but are happy to return to, offering a tentative defense of perhaps The Baseball Crank’s best ever take. Finally, a long and surprisingly thoughtful discussion of modern male intimac…
 
NYC mayoral elections are tomorrow so we give our final review of the candidates - not great! Then we check in with a Chapo favorite we’ve not discussed in quite a bit but are happy to return to, offering a tentative defense of perhaps The Baseball Crank’s best ever take. Finally, a long and surprisingly thoughtful discussion of modern male intimac…
 
Who were the U.S. Presidents? What did they do? How did they do it? Why should you care? Chapo Trap House's Matt Christman and Chris Wade will attempt to demystify all 46 U.S. Presidents in this new limited series podcast, discussing how these guys rose to power and how they executed that power as a product of the historical and material circumstan…
 
Historian Matt Karp joins us to try and unpack this whole Critical Race Theory thing. We discuss how history manifests in culture, what we should really be trying to do when we study the past, the importance of change, and how we should think of the Civil War in 21st century America. Check out Matt’s excellent new piece on the politics of history i…
 
On this week’s episode I chat with Darius Monsef, Founder and CEO of Brave Care. Brave Care is creating a new, better healthcare system for kids by providing primary, urgent & remote care catered just for them, 365 days a year. By tech-enabling a system that’s been long overdue for an upgrade, Darius hopes to make Brave Care the premier children’s …
 
Another triple reading series ep, we’re spoiling you listeners. We start off with a profile of Data For Progress’s new found clout with Dems in the drivers’ seat, but who’s data? And what progress? Then it’s on to the Federalist, for an author who’s simply furious that a living wage for fast food workers might make their precious burritos cost a fe…
 
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