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A new series of talks by David Runciman, in which he explores some of the most important thinkers and prominent ideas lying behind modern politics – from Hobbes to Gandhi, from democracy to patriarchy, from revolution to lock down. Plus, he talks about the crises – revolutions, wars, depressions, pandemics – that generated these new ways of political thinking. From the team that brought you Talking Politics: a history of ideas to help make sense of what’s happening today.
 
Coronavirus! Climate! Brexit! Trump! Politics has never been more unpredictable, more alarming or more interesting: Talking Politics is the podcast that tries to make sense of it all. Every week David Runciman and Helen Thompson talk to the most interesting people around about the ideas and events that shape our world: from history to economics, from philosophy to fiction. What does the future hold? Can democracy survive? How crazy will it get? This is the political conversation that matters ...
 
Each weekday, John King and his panel of well-sourced reporters bring you the most important political stories of the day. On the weekend, Abby Phillip kicks off CNN's Sunday morning political programming with Inside Politics Sunday. John and Abby get answers from the people making headlines, explain the political that stories matter, and report on how the news will impact you.
 
Master political strategist James Carville and revered journalist Al Hunt convenes a war room each week to discuss the battle for the soul of the nation! Join them as they gather the sharpest minds from across the country to see who has the most compelling case for the American people on the issues that matter most.
 
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Alex De Waal joins PTO to talk about his new book, New Pandemics, Old Politics: Two Hundred Years of War on Disease. We discussed the history of pandemic disease control, from the cholera outbreaks of the 19th century to HIV/AIDS and the Covid19 crisis. We chatted why the war on disease narrative is so unhelpful, how colonial era vaccination progra…
 
Bernadette Barton, Ph.D. exposes the double standard we attach to women’s sexuality in The Pornification of America: How Raunch Culture is Ruining Our Society (NYU Press, 2021) Pictures of half-naked girls and women can easily be found on screens, billboards, and advertisement across the United States of America. There are pole-dancing courses that…
 
Joe Biden promised to build the most diverse administration in history. So how did he do? Jonathan Freedland talks to Paul Begala, the former adviser to Bill Clinton. Help support our independent journalism at theguardian.com/politicspodโดย Guardian
 
Gov. Andrew Cuomo has weeks to remind New York why they love him. He's given away massive amounts of money, legalized weed and now... signed mobile online betting into law! When will the #DeadbeatDadSummer end? Mailbag including a few taking Justin to task for bungling the explainer on the SALT deduction. Anthony Colangelo of the Main Engine Cutoff…
 
Ahead of the meeting, the US announced its goal to halve emissions from 2005 levels by the end of this decade. It was one of a number of pledges announced by world leaders at Thursday's Earth Day summit. This episode: White House correspondent Ayesha Rascoe, White House correspondent Scott Detrow, and science correspondent Connect: Subscribe to the…
 
Galen Druke and Perry Bacon Jr. speak with political scientist and pastor, Ryan Burge, about how declining American religiosity is shaping our society and politics.โดย FiveThirtyEight, 538, ABC News, Nate Silver
 
President Biden launches a climate change virtual summit with dozens of world leaders and makes a new pledge: cutting carbon emissions in the U.S. by as much as 52% by 2030. Plus, the CDC director says the hard work now begins in convincing those still hesitant to get the covid-19 vaccine. And Colorado passed a police reform bill last year, includi…
 
Given today's anti-immigrant, nativist sentiments, is the American Dream even still possible for immigrants to the U.S.? For decades, the politics behind immigration control have undermined the idea of citizenship for all, making this a hard question to answer. In a new book, historian Sarah Coleman reveals the roots behind today's immigration poli…
 
This Sunday is the ninety-third Academy Awards. It’s been a trying year for the film industry, with the pandemic shuttering theatres and halting film productions. But the unusual circumstances have contributed to a remarkable crop of Oscar nominees. For years, the Academy has struggled with diversity and inclusion, but this year’s nominees are amon…
 
A new MP3 sermon from The Bahnsen Project is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: 29 - Abortion is Only the Symptom—Rom. 3:9-24 (29 of 62) Subtitle: Ethics Individual Speaker: Greg L. Bahnsen Broadcaster: The Bahnsen Project Event: Teaching Date: 3/29/2021 Bible: Romans 3:9-24 Length: 53 min.…
 
John David Ebert is a cultural critic, poet, and author of over 20 books, including: Art After Metaphysics, The New Media Invasion, The Age of Catastrophe, and Dead Celebrities, Living Icons. We talk about mentorship, constructing a bespoke education, the Monomyth, the Night Sea Journey, ideology vs. myth, Spengler, civilizational life cycles, late…
 
Part 1- Mass shooting and gun control policies Guest: Erica Rice, City Program Manager, Combating Crime Guns Initiative in Oakland with the Brady Campaign. Part 2 - The Current Landscape of Covid-19 Guest: Dr. Chris Beyrer MD, MPH Desmond M. Tutu Professor in Public Health and Human Rights Professor of Epidemiology, Nursing and Medicine at Johns Ho…
 
With troops due to come out of Afghanistan, James and Al welcome veteran and author Phil Klay and pollster Jim Gerstein to discuss the state of world affairs and when we should be going to war. How are things looking in the Middle East 20 years on? Are we leaving too soon, or is it time to focus our attention here at home where we have enough probl…
 
Power & Politics for Thursday, April 22nd with Transport Minister Omar Alghabra, Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson, Green Party Leader Annamie Paul, Ontario Parliamentary Assistant David Piccini, Ontario NDP Deputy Leader Sara Singh, Ontario Liberal House Leader & Health Critic John Fraser, and the Power Panel.…
 
David and Helen talk to Mike Kenny about what devolution has done to the politics of the UK as seen from Westminster and Whitehall. How have we ended up with a Unionism that is both complacent and aggressive? What lessons has the pandemic taught about the need for co-operation? And can the UK survive without a fundamental constitutional rethink? ht…
 
Air Date 4/21/2021 Today we take a look at the insurrection and police violence through the lens of White Supremacy and the rise of the likes of Tucker Carlson who has become the leading spokesman for laundering White Supremacist talking points through a marginally respectable facade. Be part of the show! Leave us a message at 202-999-3991 or email…
 
Welcome to another edition of Ringside Politics with Jeff Crouere Today’s Hot Topics: 1) Republican senators questioned Stacey Abrams during a Senate hearing Tuesday about voting rights, quizzing her over whether state laws in Democratic-controlled states are “racist” and whether her own 2018 gubernatorial race was “stolen.” Abrams became a voting …
 
For the guilty findings in connection with the killing of George Floyd to mark a true turning point will take much more than verdicts in Minneapolis. It falls now to a president elected on the promise of unity to both heal and advance policy in tense and still-uncertain times. ABC's Rachel Scott joins from Minneapolis to talk about the road ahead. …
 
The jury in Derek Chauvin's case has convicted him of murdering George Floyd. And while they did deliver some individual accountability, delivering justice is a matter for policymakers. On today's show, Jamil Smith, senior correspondent for Vox, reacts to the guilty verdict of Minnesota police officer Derek Chauvin, and talks about how it fits into…
 
What we grow determines how we eat, and what we eat determines how we live and die. These simple but overlooked truths drive the work of the longtime food writer Mark Bittman, whose new book, Animal, Vegetable, Junk: A History of Food, From Sustainable to Suicidal, takes an ambitious look at the flaws of the industrialized food system and the polit…
 
Glenn Hunt/AAP Sunday is ANZAC day - and this year it comes at a particularly important time for Australia’s military image. Last week, Scott Morrison announced Australia’s remaining troops will leave Afghanistan by September, following President Biden’s announcement of the United States withdrawal. One negative legacy of Australia’s participation …
 
In this episode, Sandy and Nora talk about the chaos of the Third Wave, about how police will not fix anything and why these politicians would rather see people in ICU than stop the spread of COVID-19. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Edward Stettinius, Jr. served a short but important time as Secretary of State serving F.D.R. and Truman. Without him, there may not have been a UN. And because he got very little credit, he was able to be successful. With journalist Bill Scher, host of the "When America Worked" Podcast we discuss Stettinius and pragmatists in general, and Bill tal…
 
Ο Σταύρος Κοντονής μιλά στη Βασιλική Σιούτη σχετικά με την πρόσφατη καταγγελία του ότι το αδίκημα της δωροδοκίας άλλαξε από κακούργημα σε πλημμέλημα για να εξυπηρετήσει συγκεκριμένα επιχειρηματικά συμφέροντα, γεγονός που προκάλεσε έρευνα της δικαιοσύνης, στην οποία κλήθηκε να καταθέσει.โดย LIFO PODCAST
 
Judith Shklar’s Ordinary Vices (1984) made the case that the worst of all the vices is cruelty. But that meant we needed to be more tolerant of some other common human failings, including snobbery, betrayal and hypocrisy. David explores what she had to say about some of the other authors in this series – including Bentham and Nietzsche – and asks w…
 
Rose Paterson was a wife, a mother, chairman of Aintree racecourse, a champion of women in sport and a charity trustee. She was highly accomplished and well loved - and she was also struggling in silence with her mental health. Last summer she took her own life. Her husband, Conservative MP and former Cabinet minister, Owen Paterson and their daugh…
 
Discussion on access to data starts at 16:20.Ben and Timour are joined by Assaad Thebian, co-founder and managing director of the Gherbal Initiative, a project that aims to make data visually accessible to the public, to discuss access to information in Lebanon and how data can challenge narratives and empower citizens. Also discussed: coronavirus,…
 
Stephen, Brigitte and Kathryn discuss the ongoing management of Covid as the trans Tasman bubble takes off. Stephen Mills is the executive director of UMR Research , which is the polling firm used by Labour. He is former political adviser to two Labour governments. Brigitte Morten is a senior consultant with public and commercial law firm Franks & …
 
The collapse of Greensill Capital and the involvement of former prime minister David Cameron has raised serious questions about the UK's lobbying regime. We discuss whether any rules were broken and which guidelines need to be reformed. Plus, we remember Prince Philip's contribution to public life and whether the British monarchy is set to undergo …
 
Katharine Murphy sits down with Labor MP Chris Bowen to talk about Labor’s potential roadmap to zero net emissions. Why is Australia lagging so badly behind in the electric vehicle market? Why have the past 10 years needed for crucial changes been squandered? How will Labor win over voters who are reluctant for the looming and necessary transition?…
 
Once again, we had too much to cover in a week and not enough time to dedicate an episode to each topic. We analyze the hottest political topics and recent events while providing you with our most controversial view yet: Joe Biden is actually doing almost none of the things that people were afraid/hoping he would do. Music: Beauty Flow by Kevin Mac…
 
Justin and Chris analyze a politician's Easter tweet and discuss why it was so troubling. They also talk about President Biden's infrastructure proposal and the true definition of infrastructure. Lastly, they discuss why a certain ethics rule needs to change.โดย AND Campaign
 
President Joe Biden is approaching his 100th day in office, yet his ultimate win against incumbent Donald Trump was never a foregone conclusion. In their new book, “Lucky: How Joe Biden Barely Won the Presidency,” political reporters Jonathan Allen and Amie Parnes recount Biden’s perilous journey to the White House — from initial primary losses to …
 
Every Wednesday at 7:00 PM EST, the CSP podcast crew conducts live weekly news roundups on our Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch channels. In this week's (4/12/21) episode, we cover Tucker Carlson going mask off, Josh Hawley's Anti-Trust Bill, the failure of the Union vote for the Amazon Warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama, and more.…
 
With opinion polls indicating that its support has risen since the General Election, the SocDem's co-leader Róisín Shortall outlined her plans for the party but she dismissed a potential merger with the Labour Party following comments from Labour's education spokesman Aodhán Ó Ríordáin who spoke about the merits of a merger.…
 
The government has placed a temporary ban on all travel from India - leaving Kiwis there stranded, unable to come home. In the same week it has begun to ease border measures, announcing it is now safe for the Trans-Tasman bubble to open.
 
Odds and ends! Trump campaign responsible for 3% of all credit card fraud (NYT), suicides decreased despite lockdown measures, Jewish Space Laser Lady distances herself from Gaetz, Trump calls for Coke boycott then is photographed with one, and a mini rant on corporate taxes.
 
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