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In uncertain times what’s needed is not just clarity about today’s pandemic, but insight into the challenges that lie ahead as America recovers and returns to normal. GoodFellows, a weekly Hoover Institution broadcast, features senior fellows John Cochrane, Niall Ferguson, and H.R. McMaster discussing the social, economic, and geostrategic ramifications of this changed world.
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Hoovering with Jessica Fostekew

Jessica Fostekew

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Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. Host, Jessica Fostekew (Guilty Feminist, Motherland) has a frank conversation with an interesting person about gobbling; guzzling; nibbling; scoffing; devouring and wolfing all up… or if you will, hoovering. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/hoovering. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Firing Line with Margaret Hoover

Firing Line With Margaret Hoover

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Author, feminist, gay rights activist and political commentator Margaret Hoover leads a rigorous exchange of ideas with America’s political and cultural newsmakers. In the spirit of William F. Buckley Jr.’s iconic “Firing Line,” Hoover engages with thought leaders on the pivotal issues moving the nation forward. New podcast episodes drop weekly, and sometimes more, featuring bonus content you won’t hear on TV.
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Hoover Institution: Strategika

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A podcast series that analyzes ongoing issues of national security in light of conflicts of the past—the efforts of the Military History Working Group of historians, analysts, and military personnel focusing on military history and contemporary conflict.
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Stephanie Hoover Has That Story

Stephanie Hoover

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Whether it's history, crime or legend, non-fiction author Stephanie Hoover has that story. Join Stephanie for concise, yet intriguing, discussions of cultural history, historical true crime, and folklore. It's "history-tainment" at its finest.
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Hoover City Schools: The Roots and Wings Podcast

Hoover City Schools

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This podcast is a resource for parents in the Hoover City School District who are tasked with raising resilient and courageous children in a world with great uncertainty at times. It is simply a monthly conversation focusing on relevant issues facing parents and guardians. Our time together is comprised of mental health professionals and administrators from throughout the Hoover City School district. “Good parents give their children roots and wings. Roots to know where home is, wings to fly ...
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The Advisor Development Show is a digital mastermind network for the best financial professionals across the country. Join your host, Karl Hoover, as he interviews the brightest minds across the financial landscape every episode. Karl has been with Financial Independence Group for more than 20 years and is a senior vice president who enjoys leading advisors through the the worlds of marketing, practice management, product R&D and the various challenges financial professionals face trying to ...
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Katrina Hoover Lee provides encouragement and practical tips to Anabaptist creatives, knowing that conservative Mennonite and Amish communities sometimes view creative pursuits with skepticism. She seeks to encourage both creative Christians and their communities as they serve God, acknowledging the strengths of the Anabaptists rather than focusing on weaknesses. Katrina is the author of multiple Christian nonfiction and historical fiction books, along with a middle grade Christian adventure ...
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Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin sits down with Margaret Hoover to discuss “An Unfinished Love Story,” her new book recounting the 1960s from her perspective and that of her late husband, presidential speechwriter Dick Goodwin. The Pulitzer Prize-winning biographer recalls the genesis of the project and reflects on the difference between writing abou…
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The Hoover Project on China’s Global Sharp Power held Hong Kong After the National Security Law on Tuesday, May 14 from 4-5:30pm PT. This event presented perspectives on the current political and civic climate in Hong Kong since the passage of the National Security Law on June 30, 2020 and the imposition of Article 23 on March 23, 2024. How have th…
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Historians differ over the need to explore “counterfactuals”—the study of scenarios that never happened—and what they can tell us about historical causation. Stephen Kotkin, the Hoover Institution’s Kleinheinz Senior Fellow and noted historian of Russia, joins Hoover senior fellows Niall Ferguson and John Cochrane to discuss alternative historical …
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Assemblymembers Josh Hoover and Greg Wallis discuss a number of topics including killing bills via abstention, the Taxpayer Protection Act debate in the California Supreme Court, a major initiative deadline, rising gas prices, the CPUC-approved energy fixed charge, an SF homeless program that provides alcohol, and the Governor’s May Revise budget. …
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Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. Star of Ab Fab and Bottom turned author HELEN LEDERER and you have to grab her book NOT THAT I’M BITTER This podcast is largely funded on PATREON where if you join up you’ll have access to masses to exclusive and advance content from guest recipes to personal mentions and one-to-one virtual meet ups w…
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The Hoover Project on China’s Global Sharp Power, Stanford’s Center for East Asian Studies, and Stanford's Department of History held What China Remembers About the Cultural Revolution, and What it Wants to Forget on Friday, May 10, 2024 from 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm PT in the George P. Shultz Building, Shultz Auditorium. The devastating movement unleashe…
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The Hoover Institution held Strengthening Trust With India: Implications of the 2008 US-India Civil Nuclear Agreement on May 6, 2024 from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm in Hauck Auditorium, David & Joan Traitel Building. The conversation was between key figures who shaped modern US-India relations through the 2008 US-India Civil Nuclear Agreement, an emblem of …
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Author and journalist Fareed Zakaria joins Margaret Hoover to talk about his recent book, “Age of Revolutions,” and how past periods of progress and backlash inform our present revolutionary moment. Zakaria, host of CNN’s “Fareed Zakaria GPS,” reflects on a full-blown cultural backlash against decades of social and political change that has fueled …
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Assemblymembers Josh Hoover and Kate Sanchez discuss a number of topics including campus protests, NDAs in the legislative process, new legislation on self checkouts, the best state to be a police officer, community crime concerns, a lawsuit on homelessness in Sacramento, and a recent oversight hearing on homelessness spending. Host: Assemblyman Jo…
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New York Times columnist Frank Bruni sits down with Margaret Hoover to talk about college protests, grievance politics, and how to restore humility in a fractured country. Bruni, author of “The Age of Grievance” and a professor at Duke University, discusses the roots of anti-Israel sentiment on campuses and the double standards behind progressive s…
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Did Israel’s failure to anticipate Hamas’s surprise attack in October 2023 stem from an overreliance on technical rather than human intelligence gathering? And is TikTok really a national security threat to America? Amy Zegart, the Hoover Institution’s Morris Arnold and Nona Jean Cox Senior Fellow and author of Spies, Lies, and Algorithms: The Hist…
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Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. Ex-England and Saracens rugby hero, VICKY FLEETWOOD This podcast is largely funded on PATREON where if you join up you’ll have access to masses to exclusive and advance content from guest recipes to personal mentions and one-to-one virtual meet ups with me. GET TICKETS NOW to see me on tour with my ne…
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Assemblyman Josh Hoover is joined by Janus Norman and Amanda Gualderama with CalBroadband to discuss the issues facing broadband and internet connectivity. Other topics discussed include legislation that would limit airport screening company CLEAR in California airports. Host: Assemblyman Josh Hoover Cohosts: CalBroadband President Janus Norman and…
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Margaret Hoover sits down with Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer – a Republican election official in Arizona’s most populous county – to discuss the new indictment of allies of Donald Trump for their fake elector scheme in 2020 and how he’s preparing for the 2024 election. Richer recalls the “unrelenting” pressure that Arizona officials faced…
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Assemblyman Josh Hoover is joined by Brian Marvel, President of the Peace Officers Research Association of California (PORAC), to discuss public safety issues facing California in 2024. Other topics discussed include highway protestors, accountability on homelessness, the potential impact of the Grants Pass Supreme Court case, another Bay Area DA r…
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As Donald Trump’s first criminal trial begins, Margaret Hoover sits down with NYU law professor Melissa Murray to discuss the historic proceedings and what prosecuting a former president means for America. Murray, co-host of the Strict Scrutiny podcast, breaks down the charges filed by Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg, addresses the challenges of selecting…
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Nearly 40 years since the nation last saw comprehensive reform on the matter, the consensus is that America’s immigration system is sorely in need of updating to 21st-century realities. Reihan Salam, Manhattan Institute president and author of the book Melting Pot or Civil War?, joins Hoover senior fellows Niall Ferguson, John Cochrane, and H.R. Mc…
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Tuesday, April 16, 2024 Hoover Institution | Stanford University The Hoover History Working Group held a seminar on Cliodynamics of End Times: Elites, Counter-Elites and the Path of Political Disintegration with Peter Turchin on Tuesday, April 16, 2024 from 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm PT. The book is available for purchase here. ABOUT THE TALK Social and pol…
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Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. Glorious comedian Alyssa Kyria aka TheFunnyMummyUK GO AND SEE HER ON TOUR This podcast is largely funded on PATREON where if you join up you’ll have access to masses to exclusive and advance content from guest recipes to personal mentions and one-to-one virtual meet ups with me. GET TICKETS NOW to see…
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Assemblyman Josh Hoover is joined by Ben Golombek, Executive Vice President of Government Relations for the California Chamber of Commerce (CalChamber), to discuss nine bills that CalChamber has labeled as “Job Killers” in 2024. Other topics discussed include the recent results of Assemblyman Hoover’s audit of homelessness spending in California. H…
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Coleman Hughes, author of “The End of Race Politics,” joins Margaret Hoover to lay out his argument against race-based policies and in favor of a colorblind approach. Hughes, host of the Conversations with Coleman podcast, traces the roots of his colorblind philosophy from the Civil War through the civil rights era, making the case that leaders lik…
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Assemblyman Josh Hoover is joined by Seren Taylor, Vice President of the Personal Insurance Federation of California (PIFC), to discuss the current state of the insurance market in California and what we can expect to see in the Legislature this year. Other topics discussed include a new bill that would give employees a right to disconnect during n…
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Futurist Ari Wallach joins Margaret Hoover to discuss “A Brief History of the Future,” his new PBS series exploring the ideas and technologies that could help humanity build better tomorrows. Wallach reflects on the “intertidal” moment society currently faces and explains why he believes decisions made in the years ahead will have ramifications for…
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Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. This episode is with Tik Tok and instagram sensation LAGOMCHEF aka Martyn Odell. Check out his YOUTUBE channel he’s got now as well! This podcast is largely funded on PATREON where if you join up you’ll have access to masses to exclusive and advance content from guest recipes to personal mentions and …
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As the six-month anniversary of Hamas’s attack on Israel approaches, what to expect next in that struggle—and is the American president and Israeli prime minister’s working relationship beyond repair? New York Times columnist Bret Stephens joins Hoover senior fellows Niall Ferguson, John Cochrane, and H.R. McMaster to discuss the war’s possible exp…
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Assemblyman Josh Hoover and Senator Roger Niello discuss the Senator’s bill to enact Permanent Standard Time, how to remove partisanship from initiative ballot titles and summaries, limiting cell phone use in schools, the state’s budget predicament, California’s nation-leading unemployment rate, a federal judge’s order to audit LA homelessness prog…
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Margaret Hoover sits down with social psychologist Jonathan Haidt to discuss how social media and smartphones have rewired childhood and put the mental health of a generation of kids at risk. Haidt, author of “The Anxious Generation,” argues a surge in anxiety and depression among Gen Z is a consequence of constant smartphone use that has crowded o…
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Margaret Hoover hosts a forum at Hofstra University on whether America should abolish the Electoral College with writers Jesse Wegman and Trent England. Wegman, author of “Let the People Pick the President” and a member of The New York Times editorial board, makes the case that the current system is unfair and undemocratic, empowering a handful of …
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Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. This is an Easter special with DALISO CHAPONDA and HATTY ASHDOWN which we recorded live from the LEICESTER COMEDY FESTIVAL. This podcast is largely funded on PATREON where if you join up you’ll have access to masses to exclusive and advance content from guest recipes to personal mentions and one-to-on…
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Facing hot wars in Eastern Europe and the Middle East and a prolonged cold war in East Asia, how does America adapt its military strategy and resources—and in which direction? Elbridge Colby, former Defense Department assistant secretary and cofounder of the Marathon Initiative, which studies great-power competition, joins Hoover senior fellows Nia…
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Assemblyman Josh Hoover is joined by his intern Ian Mayer to discuss legislative internships, March Madness, the Select Committee on Happiness, ongoing struggles for Prop. 1, why Taco Bell is closing dining rooms in Oakland, the growing cost of High Speed Rail, and transparency at the State Capitol. Host: Assemblyman Josh Hoover Cohost: Ian Mayer V…
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In a special Firing Line forum recorded before a student audience at Hofstra University, Margaret Hoover talks to conservatives Amanda Carpenter and Mike Gonzalez about the potential ramifications of another Donald Trump presidency. Carpenter, a writer and editor for Protect Democracy, believes a second Trump term would be far more damaging than th…
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Assemblymembers Josh Hoover and Bill Essayli discuss another switch of the clock, the impact social media may be having on today’s teens, the latest updates on the PaneraGate scandal, why California consumers are paying more than the rest of the country, the blue city shift on crime, fixing Prop. 47, the poor showing for Prop. 1, and their Top 3 fa…
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A Post-9/11 Veteran Town Hall Discussion with veterans Jason Galui, Colin Frances Jackson, and Felicia Pinckney and Veteran Fellowship Program Fellow John Moses led by Hoover Fellow Jacquelyn Schneider. Veterans’ experience abroad imparts a deep empathy for the world around them, with significant implications for the local communities to which they…
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Assemblyman Josh Hoover and Chris Micheli discuss their post-election takeaways, the quirks of the Top 2 primary system, California’s spending on homelessness, EV market struggles, the Macy’s closure in Union Square, the growing fentanyl crisis, a new report on stormwater capture, and the ongoing PaneraGate story. Host: Assemblyman Josh Hoover Coho…
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Following Super Tuesday’s results, with the US presidential election still the better part of eight months away, a rematch between Joe Biden and Donald Trump is all but certain. Victor Davis Hanson, the Hoover Institution’s Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow and author of the soon-to-be-released book The End of Everything: How Wars Descend int…
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Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. This Mother’s Day special episode is with your Mum and mine DIANE CARSON from TRAITORS This podcast is largely funded on PATREON where if you join up you’ll have access to masses to exclusive and advance content from guest recipes to personal mentions and one-to-one virtual meet ups with me. GET TICKE…
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A Post-9/11 Veteran Town Hall Discussion with veterans Gil Barndollar and Robin Johnson, Veteran Fellowship Program Fellows Matthew Brown and Claudia Flores led by Hoover Fellow Jacquelyn Schneider. One of the greatest challenges for the All Volunteer Force is how to reintegrate a professional, volunteer military back into civilian society. For man…
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Assemblymembers Josh Hoover and Juan Alanis discuss more bad news on the state budget, the latest “Californians and their Government” survey, organic waste recycling, remote work, rising energy costs, how to combat deepfake technology, another gas price increase, a proposed mandate on pets in rental properties, and a new effort to stop the use of p…
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A Post-9/11 Veteran Town Hall Discussion with local veterans Cathy Cohn, Mikhail Venikov, Justin Adney and Veteran Fellowship Program Fellow Michael Wendler led by Hoover Fellow Jacquelyn Schneider, and featuring a special welcome by the Hon. Jackie Speier and Susan Manheimer, the former San Mateo Chief of Police. The post 9/11 veteran is not defin…
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PODCAST NOTES: Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. This episode was recorded remotely with the wonderful writer, chef and expert leftover-user-upper ELLY PEAR, real name Elly Curshen. This podcast is largely funded on PATREON where if you join up you’ll have access to masses to exclusive and advance content from guest recipes to persona…
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Why did Vladimir Putin call for an “inter-Palestinian meeting” in Moscow? And has Israel drawn a red line regarding a hostage release and an assault on the Gazan city of Rafah? Dan Senor, host of the Call Me Back podcast and author of two books on Israel, joins Hoover senior fellows Niall Ferguson (live from Jerusalem) and John Cochrane to discuss …
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Assemblyman Josh Hoover and his team discuss legislative accountability, falling EV sales, why law enforcement is struggling to keep up with rising crime, a major blow to LA charter schools, his new “Beyond Housing” measure, another retail theft proposal, waiving environmental laws in SF, the future of e-bikes, and ending daylight saving time. Host…
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Margaret Hoover sits down with Jared Cohen, author of “Life After Power: Seven Presidents and Their Search for Purpose Beyond the White House,” to discuss the unique role of the post-presidency in American democracy. Cohen’s book explores how different ex-presidents have handled being out of power from Thomas Jefferson to George W. Bush. He explain…
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One of the keys to China’s global rise has been its strategy of deploying sovereign wealth on behalf of state power. Since President Xi Jinping took office in 2013, China has doubled down on financial statecraft, making shrewd investments with the sovereign funds it has built up by leveraging its foreign exchange reserves. Sovereign Funds tells the…
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Assemblymembers Josh Hoover and Joe Patterson discuss the 49ers Super Bowl loss, Newsom sending CHP to Oakland, growing bipartisan support for reforming Prop. 47, housing affordability, California’s track record on homelessness, how to avoid a new parking infraction, rising energy costs, autonomous vehicles, new encampment legislation, a proposed p…
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While the American reprisal against Iranian proxies across the Middle East is impressive in its harnessing of firepower, technology, and intelligence, does it advance the goals of deterrence and de-escalation? Hoover senior fellows Niall Ferguson, John Cochrane, and H.R. McMaster discuss the pros and cons of the current US strategy and their concer…
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Entrepreneur Sheila Johnson–who co-founded BET and went on to become America’s first Black female billionaire–sits down with Margaret Hoover to discuss her memoir and the personal and professional obstacles she has overcome to achieve success. Johnson, who recently released “Walk Through Fire: A Memoir of Love, Loss, and Triumph,” reflects on her c…
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Welcome to HOOVERING, the podcast about eating. This episode is with actor, writer and comedian MICHELLE DE SWARTE and it was recorded LIVE FROM LATITUDE FESTIVAL 2023. This podcast is largely funded on PATREON where if you join up you’ll have access to masses to exclusive and advance content from guest recipes to personal mentions and one-to-one v…
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Assemblymembers Josh Hoover and Heath Flora discuss the bills that died at the 2-year bill deadline, a California crime roundup, proposed legislation to limit cars to 10 mph over the speed limit, government dysfunction, addressing our state’s fentanyl epidemic, three major ballot initiatives, the Governor’s Target snafu, and their Super Bowl predic…
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