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Conservative, Liberal, Centrist: You gotta screw one, marry one, murder one. Introducing Party of One. What's the real difference between a Republican and a Democrat? Still believe the game's red vs. blue in Washington? Here's something new for your ears. Party of One pushes past the political posturing and ramped-up rhetoric of division, to uncover a much scarier reality: It's business that's booming, and we're the ones losing. And the stakes couldn't be higher. Tune in for conversations wi ...
 
There were major factors that drove voters in the primary to choose Donald Trump over a crowded field: White Christian nationalism, traditional family values, and racism. This podcast is a story told in three parts, addressing the history of these elements starting before America was even a nation to today.
 
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It’s the American Dream: “Available” to all, accessible by some, denied to many, indifferent to the consequences — just the way the good lord intended it to be! The productive forces have given us so much stuff, but the endless extraction, manufacture and commodification of planetary and human resources is leading us down a path we won’t be able to…
 
War. What is it good for? Doesn’t really matter – because the wheels that keep the gears of the military industrial complex turning are spinning as furiously as ever. From comparing missile size to primal displays of brute force, the US has a big one, and we want (nay need) everyone to know it. Where’s the anti-war movement of our parents’ generati…
 
What’s the real difference between dissent and disloyalty? Why is “subversion” so subjective? And why does advocating for workers rights, affordable housing and racial equity make you a monster? We’re talking political persecution the American way, with a deep dive into one of our darkest chapters as a nation: The House Un-American Activities Commi…
 
Try to imagine a world where corporations don't run Washington. We can't either. Most Americans think money plays too big a role in US politics. So where's the bipartisan support for legislating a new path forward? And if the Dems and the GOP aren't going to fix this, how can we? When will cash take a back seat to real human voters? We’re dumpster …
 
What would happen if we stopped buying the line that asking for what we want is somehow bad? Republicans or Democrats not your thing? Then you’re a disruptive asshole spoiling it for everybody else. Is it an accident that things are like this? You know better than that. Listen to find out who’s really spoiled by this system, and why how we vote rea…
 
Political debate -- remember when that was a thing? Characterized by intelligent, sophisticated argument, logic, and reasoning? Welp, not anymore. Especially if we’re talking about the US presidential debates. The Super Bowl of the US election cycle has become a train wreck: fewer moral maxims, more Mad Max-ims. What if we told you that wasn’t an a…
 
Conservative, Liberal, Centrist: You gotta screw one, marry one, murder one. Introducing Party of One. What's the real difference between a Republican and a Democrat? Still believe the game's red vs. blue in Washington? Here's something new for your ears. Party of One pushes past the political posturing and ramped-up rhetoric of division, to uncove…
 
Episode Three: The Reckoning There are three major factors that drove White Evangelical voters to support and endorse Donald Trump in the 2016 election. In this episode, we address racism. Full transcript available at our website. Robert P. Jones is the author of White Too Long: The Legacy of White Supremacy in American Christianity. Angie Maxwell …
 
Episode Two: Litmus Test There are three major factors that drove White Evangelical voters to support and endorse Donald Trump in the 2016 election. In this episode, we address abortion. Full transcript available at our website. Kristin Kobes Du Mez is a professor of history at Calvin University and the author of Jesus and John Wayne: How White Eva…
 
Episode One: God Bless America There are three major factors that drove White Evangelical voters to support and endorse Donald Trump in the 2016 election. In this episode, we address White Christian Nationalism. Full transcript available at our website. Angie Maxwell is a professor of Southern studies at the University of Arkansas and the author of…
 
Introducing In His Name In 2016, Donald J. Trump was elected the 45th president of the United States of America. For some Americans, this came as a huge shock. But that’s not true for everybody. Coming May 2021. Music in this episode by Blue Dot Sessions.
 
On this month’s episode of the podcast, we talk about, um, when and where it’s appropriate to use speakerphone, er, corporate holiday parties, the joy children bring, I think…look, I’ll level with you, it’s been a while since we recorded this, so I’ve mostly forgotten what we talked about. With that said, if you’re still tuning in at this point, I …
 
Back from hiatus just in time for our two year anniversary (well, sort of…), this month’s episode touches on cover letter experiments, holiday catch up sessions, condolence etiquette, celebrity interactions, improvised game show segments, and much more. Much like the phrase “happy holidays,” it’s an episode that truly caters to the interests of eve…
 
On this month’s episode of the podcast, we talk about issues as wide-ranging as: telephone-based customer service, public image rehabilitation, Outkast’s “Stankonia,” the predominant discourse around mental health, and much much more. Along the way, K.V. continuously tries to talk Hershal off the proverbial ledge as he picks terrible hills to die o…
 
On a special episode of the podcast, your hosts get together to celebrate K.V.’s birthday, ramble semi-coherently as per our usual tradition, and offer up a fun surprise that ultimately doesn’t pay the necessary dividends to warrant the hype we create about it. This month’s episode is home to a lot of conversation about tropical getaways, features …
 
On this month’s episode of the podcast, K.V. and Hershal return to Waterloo for a long-awaited encounter, discuss overly aggressive intramural sports players, dissect the validity of debatable microaggressions, and more! As you will no doubt hear, this episode is sponsored by Girl Guide Cookies (not really) and the societal misconception that follo…
 
On this month’s episode of the podcast, your hosts travel down a rabbit hole–like many great philosophers before us–to ultimately discover that the unexamined life is not worth living. By this, we mean that K.V. unleashes his inner motivational speaker, while Hershal turns into an insufferable nihilist. We also swap stories about painful encounters…
 
Second episode back after our mini-hiatus, and we shook off the rust like the–ahem–professionals we are. On this month’s episode, K.V. offers an update on the unique relationship he shares with his roommate, Hershal tells a story about an unfortunately timed email exchange, and we discuss the tide pod challenge, “wokeness” at awards shows, and more…
 
Don’t call it a comeback! Your illustrious hosts have returned after a rather prolonged hiatus to celebrate our one year anniversary (sort of), explain our recent absence, and get into the holiday spirit. On this episode, K.V. talks about a budding relationship with his new roommate, Hershal details a potentially life-altering accident, and we exch…
 
This month’s episode marks our return to the not-so-illustrious University of Toronto, Scarborough Campus. On this episode, we talk about Hershal’s social struggles as a lifelong vegetarian, common instances of inadvertent condescension, and share our thoughts on Snapchat’s new creepy features. Also, don’t skip the episode’s intro, because we read …
 
On this month’s episode of the podcast, K.V. and Hershal revisit the wedding territory we covered on the first episode, talk about race for an excessively long period of time, and ensure to make up for last month’s lack of Lupe slander by doubling down on it this time around. We also encourage everyone listening to watch this great video about “whi…
 
In a slightly belated episode, K.V. and Hershal walk through the weeds on issues like public shaming, the tricky etiquette of professional networking events, and oversharing service sector employees. We also draw a brief and very ill-advised comparison between Demi Lovato and Martin Luther King III, which we regretted almost immediately. https://aw…
 
Four episodes in the vault, and your hosts are still trying to figure out how to start an episode organically and segue casually between segments. This month’s episode is a bit of a freewheeling affair, where we bounce back and forth between talking about Drake’s new “playlist” to Fahrenheit 9/11 in a matter of minutes. We also swap stories about u…
 
On this episode of the APC podcast, your illustrious hosts discuss the art of basketball court small-talk, the conventions of social media etiquette, and we take our very first listener submission! We also tell you about why you should avoid the new Lupe Fiasco album at all costs. https://awkwardpartyconversations.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/awkwar…
 
The Useless Gifts From This Episode (click to enlarge) On the second episode of the APC Podcast, your infamous hosts (HAH) unpack the pleasantly surprising and often contradictory feedback from our first episode, the intricacies of first-time meetings (including troubling occasions where we’ve problematically forgotten the names of people we’ve alr…
 
In this introductory episode of Awkward Party Conversations, K.V. and Hershal give listeners an idea of what to expect from this podcast, and discuss a multitude of topics, including: the art of effective neighbourly conversation, the intricacies of talking to immigrant families about employment status, and for some inexplicable reason, politics. I…
 
The first episode in the podcast. At last! After technical difficulties, which were in turn preceded by hardware difficulties, and there were software difficulties in between there, we've recorded the podcast. Here it is. I thought this would be much rockier than it was; it got off to a good start and we had a blast doing it. When I finally checked…
 
Hey there! This is a test run through to work out the kinks of the uploading process, so that once we begin recording we can jump right into the podcast. As I said, we'll be podcasting out of the Ft. Lauderdale area. To begin with, we'll probably do a recording weekly or every other week to see how it fits into our schedules. If you'd like to conta…
 
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