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Best Adam Conner podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Adam Conner podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Keeping democracy alive Democracy is not a spectator sport, it requires informed participating citizens. On Keeping Democracy Alive, we delve into dynamics that both inhibit democracy and reinvigorate it. looking into issues from: domestic economic issues to foreign, labor, trade, and education policy, NSA spying, the drug war, prison, police, and judicial issues, electoral and protest politics, middle east realities, right and left wing populism, environmental and energy issues, the wealth ...
 
Hey! We're BroVision, your one stop podcast for all things manly! We talk movies, tech, sports, music, and anything else bro-worthy!We're YouTube vloggers who get together and chat, so we thought we might as well broadcast it! Your Hosts:Brady: Teenager from Orlando. Runs a YouTube channel called Around Orlando Vlogs, which centers around the theme parks. He also does awesome guitar covers! Conner: Also from Orlando, Conner vlogs about music, his life, and most recently, theme parks. His cha ...
 
Epicenter brings you in-depth conversations about the technical, economic and social implications of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies. Every week, we interview business leaders, engineers academics and entrepreneurs, and bring you a diverse spectrum of opinions and points of view. Epicenter is hosted by Sebastien Couture, Brian Fabian Crain, Meher Roy, Sunny Aggarwal, and Friederike Ernst. Since 2014, episodes have been downloaded over 4 million times.
 
The Hot Take Podcast is a fantasy football podcast brought to you by Blake Sullivan and Steve Toroni. Blake Sullivan is the CEO of The Fantasy Sports Gaming Network as well as a NFL and MLB expert for RotoBaller. Steve Toroni is a NFL and NBA contributor for Fantrax HQ as well as TheFSGN.com. The show features serious fantasy football advice for all types of leagues. The guys like to add humorous references and always offer some hot, bold predictions
 
Are you single and saved? Want to know how to date as a single Christian while still enjoying a loving, romantic relationship that leads to the altar before the bedroom? Then tune in to national bestselling author and licensed minister, Kim Brooks' show based off the title of her newest book, "How to Date and Stay Saved." This show shares free tips from her book and interviews singles experts and well-known personalities about Christian Singles issues, Christian Dating and today's single Chr ...
 
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Topics: The coronavirus, single-payer health care and Medicare For All, diagramming a sentence, & LAND OF HOPE.Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale associate professor of biology Silas Johnson about what we need to know regarding the coronavirus. Sally Pipes joins the show to discuss her new book on Medicare for All, FALSE PREMISE, FALSE PROMISE. Hill…
 
Iowa and New Hampshire’s results are in. What’s the best way for Democrats to beat Trump? On this show former Oklahoma Senator DNC chair and presidential candidate Fred Harris, who embraced populism in the 1970s, talks about different approaches: going The post After NH, Now What for the Democratic Candidates? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Al…
 
On today's episode, I'm joined by Mayur Gupta, the Chief Marketing Officer of Freshly. Today, you'll learn: Mayur's journey to Freshly, especially the path from large legacy orgs to a smaller, more direct upstart How the direct commerce landscape is merging with traditional marketing to be impactful to both the bottom line and the bond with consume…
 
While recent blockchain launches seem to leverage various Proof of Stake consensus mechanisms, some believe Satoshi’s consensus mechanism is optimal for distributed protocols. As decentralized ledgers jockey to become the chain of choice for enterprises looking to leverage blockchain technology, projects are looking to offer a solution that maximiz…
 
Today I'm talking with Polly Conner, who is half of the team of wizards over at Thriving Home. Polly and Rachel have a new cookbook out, From Freezer to Cooker, and today Polly is on the show to help us feed our people and the people our people bring home. Polly kicks us off with a hilarious recipe fail, then she gives us a ton of ideas to help us …
 
On today's episode, I am joined by the Chief Marketing Officer of Curaleaf, Jason White. Curaleaf is a leading vertically integrated cannabis operator in the United States. This conversation was recorded in-person in Baltimore during the first week of Jason's tenure, and covers a broad variety of topics within cannabis and Jason's vision in the new…
 
Topics: The Iowa Caucus, CREATED EQUAL: CLARENCE THOMAS IN HIS OWN WORDS, & "Rappaccini's Daughter" by Nathaniel HawthorneScot Bertram talks with Adam Carrington, assistant professor of politics at Hillsdale, about the Iowa Caucus and what it means in the race for the Democratic nomination. Michael Pack, producer/director of CREATED EQUAL: CLARENCE…
 
Putting out wildfires is one thing but how about paying attention to the causes? Our guest today is Daniel Judt who wrote a cover story for The Nation: “Australia’s Devastating Wildfires Were Not Inevitable.” Australia is among the highest emitters The post Australia’s Fires: Both Victim and Perpetrator appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
On today's episode, I'm joined by the Co-Founder of Baboon to the Moon, Michael Kushner. We discuss how the up-and-coming travel gear brand is bucking conventional thought in its quest to become a rocket-ship business. Today, you'll learn: Why Michael founded Baboon to the Moon; the inspiration Michael's advertising background, and how it carried o…
 
Like previous crypto winters, those actually building the ecosystem have been working diligently to create applications with industry-changing potential. The year 2020 may prove to be the year of Decentralized Finance (DeFi), with many exciting projects re-creating financial products common to the world of traditional finance, in the open and permi…
 
I'm talking with my good friend Chantel Adams about practicing hospitality to our families. Chantel has four kids, some who are grown and some who are growing and she is chock full of practical, creative ways to show hospitality to the people we're raising. We chat about fun ideas for the family dinner table, how family time has changed as her kids…
 
On today's episode, I am joined by the Chief Marketing Officer of 1-800-Flowers.com, Amit Shah, for a conversation on how the flower frontrunner is seeking to become more than just your occasional gift guide. Today, you'll learn: Amit's journey to 1-800-Flowers.com, and what has kept him with the brand for nearly ten years How the brand attempts to…
 
Topics: Progressives' rejection of the founding, AMERICAN SECESSION, early Christianity, and Hillsdale's online learning.Scot Bertram talks with Ronald Prestritto, Dean of the Graduate School, Professor of Politics, Charles and Lucia Shipley Chair in the American Constitution at Hillsdale, about progressives' rejection of the founding. F. H. Buckle…
 
Trump calls it the “Deal of the Century.” Just announced with much fanfare, a new peace plan for Israel and Palestine. Only with no Palestinian participation. The ceremony was with Trump, Netanyahu, Jared Kushner, and Sheldon Adelson, and some may The post Trump-Netanyahu Deal: Disappearing a People appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
On today's episode, I'm joined by Tariq Hassan, the Chief Marketing Officer of Petco, for a conversation about how the "fur baby" brand captures the full-cycle experience of pet ownership through the stories of its customers. Today, you'll learn: Tariq's journey to Petco; what has translated well from his leadership in banking and technology to tha…
 
“The Trump administration didn’t invent the policies that redistribute wealth and income to the top, but it has doubled down on them in characteristically cruel and petty ways,” according to today’s guest Colin Gordon, history professor at the University of The post Inequality in The Trump Era: More of The Same But With Cruelty appeared first on Ke…
 
Many within the cryptofinance industry have been patiently waiting for regulatory oversight to deliver the clarity required for institutional adoption. Recent updates by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), which issues guidelines for 200 countries and territories, attempts to apply the same rules and regulations required of traditional finance …
 
We're in the middle of our series, Lighten Up about Hospitality, and today I'm chatting with Melissa Camara Wilkins, author of Permission Granted: Be Who You Were Made to Be and Let Go of the Rest. She tells the story of the time she wore jeans to a yoga class and actually learned kind of a profound lesson through it. Melissa extends to us an invit…
 
On today's episode, I'm joined by John Sheldon, the Chief Marketing Officer of SmileDirectClub, for a conversation about how the dental disruptor is turning smiles into stories. Today, you'll learn: John's journey to SmileDirectClub John's values, how he builds teams, and "being inspired by the why" The "sharp curves" John has experienced during hi…
 
Topics: Findings from the International Space Station, THE AGE OF ENTITLEMENT: AMERICA SINCE THE '60S, & the impact of portable wealth on the Greek world.Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale assistant professor of physics Timothy Dolch about some interesting findings from the ISS. Christopher Caldwell speaks with us about his new book, THE AGE OF ENTT…
 
There’s been no coverage in America of the extended turmoil engulfing France since early December. But it is huge, and it is a major intensification of a worldwide struggle against neoliberal globalism. As Macron’s government and so many others aim The post Massive French Strike: What You Haven’t Heard appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
On today's episode, I'm joined by Kady Srinivasan, the Chief Marketing Officer of Owlet Care, for a conversation about how the infant consumer tech brand is using its product for good -- and capturing amazing stories along the way. Today, you'll learn: Kady's journey to Owlet Care; what Owlet brings to market What Kady values and finds important wh…
 
As our guest author Rebecca Gordon explains the term “deep state” is from Turkey, where they have government by a criminal gang. And though Trump clearly enjoys accusing others of what he displays, the legitimate government, the one filled with The post Q: What is The “Deep State?” A: The Opposite of What Trump Says It Is. appeared first on Keeping…
 
The blockchain trilemma is the generally accepted concept that it's not possible to scale public and permissionless blockchains without compromising on security, decentralization, or both. While the industry seems focused on building Layer 2 solutions to scale the transaction capacity of public networks, Algorand believes it has solved the trilemma…
 
Today I'm kicking off a new series, Lighten Up about Hospitality, with a conversation with Leslie Verner, the author of Invited: The Power of Hospitality in an Age of Loneliness. We talk about why we're lonely, how smartphones and our culture of independence are contributing to loneliness. Leslie lived in China and Uganda, studied the differences i…
 
On today's episode, I'm joined by Jay Livingston, the Chief Marketing Officer of Shake Shack. Today, you'll learn: Jay's journey to Shake Shack, and his guiding principles How authenticity factors into growth and hyper-growth How Shake Shack encourages guests to share their experience through the product, and builds 1:1 relationships The Shackmeist…
 
Topics: America's first experiment with socialism, the Venezuela model of socialsm, Jane Austen's EMMA, and liberal arts students in the military.Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale professor emeritus Burt Folsom about America's first experiment with socialism. James Carafano of Heritage tells us about the Venezuelan model of socialism. Lorraine Murp…
 
According to our guest historian James Banner, “The first instance of executive branch malfeasance occurred in 1792, during Washington’s first term in office.” So since instituting a new government designed to be of, by, and for all the citizens, it The post From 1792 to Nixon to Reagan to Trump’s New Levels of Malfeasance appeared first on Keeping…
 
On today's podcast, I'm joined by the Chief Marketing Officer of the National Hockey League (NHL), Heidi Browning, for a conversation how the sport is more digitally forward than ever before. Today, you'll learn: What's new at the NHL; the newest ways in which fans can interact, including new tech partnerships and content experiences The importance…
 
Governance within any community has been a work in progress for humanity's history. The blockchain ecosystem continues to develop and offer an alternative to today's centralized powers. With this, distributed projects and technologies will need to enact clear governance to ensure viable competition with the streamlined decision-making processes pre…
 
Did you know the United States had open borders for 100 years? Building walls and caging children as families are separated certainly won’t stop the flow of refugees. People only flee their homes from truly extreme threats and can not The post Borders: An Idea Whose Time Has Passed? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
On today's podcast, I'm joined by Resident's Chief Marketing Officer, Gil Efrati. Today, you'll learn:- Gil's journey to Resident from Google, and how the environments and dynamics changed between the external and internal nature of his partnership with the brand- A few of the early mistakes Gil learned from when jumping into the CMO role, and the …
 
Topics: Baumol's Cost Disease, small-town America, Aristotle's PHYSICS, and starting a businessScot Bertram talks with Hillsdale associate Professor of Economics Charles Steele about the merits of Baumol's Cost Disease. Tim Carney discusses his recent Washington Examiner cover story on small-town America. Lee Cole, from Hillsdale's philosophy depar…
 
Populism is defined as “a political approach that strives to appeal to ordinary people who feel that their concerns are disregarded by established elite groups.” We never hear of the grassroots Tea Party any more because they won. The took The post From The Bottom Up: Real Change, Right and Left appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
On today's podcast, I'm joined by Primary's co-founders and co-CEOs Galyn Bernard and Christina Carbonell for a discussion on how they built the children's clothing brand based on their own experience as moms, and how they tap into every mother's clothing journey today through their business. Today, you'll learn: Why Galyn and Christina came to fou…
 
Charlie Shrem became fascinated with Bitcoin in 2011 but grew frustrated with the hassle of buying it from the leading exchange at the time, Mt. Gox. To make the process faster and more convenient, Charlie created BitInstant in 2012. BitInstant quickly grew and by 2013 became responsible for processing a third of all Bitcoin transactions. This was …
 
Hundreds of thousands of lives are suddenly at great risk. As former national security advisor Susan Rice writes “Full-scale conflict is not a certainty, but the probability is higher than at any point in decades.” With us to discuss the The post Iraq/Iran: Reverberations From The Assassination appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
On today's episode, we kick off 2020 with a brand that'll make you say YUM! It's KFC, and I'm joined by their CMO Andrea Zahumensky. Today, you'll learn: Andrea's journey to KFC; what drives her How Andrea feels KFC lost their way, and how "Re-Colonel-ization" helped to bring the brand back to what matters Interesting tactics to build community, li…
 
Often called the father of scientific or objective history, the ancient Greek philosopher Thucydides did not see himself that way. According to our guest, history can never be a blueprint. We just can’t make sense of it. There are no The post Hardly A Science, Can We Actually Learn From History? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has been president of Mexico just over a year and he is already had success bringing great change. Much to the distress of the oligarchy which has ruled for decades. His new left party MORENA now The post Well Hidden: Left Progress in Mexico And Stability in Syria appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
With global commerce and finance continuing to digitize, the world’s borders are seemingly becoming more fluid, even as physical walls are built. How does this globalization affect the sovereignty of nation-states and their ability to democratically direct their own economic future? In a panel moderated by Epicenter host, Sunny Aggarwal, we explore…
 
You’ve heard of the famous Christmas Truce of 1914 between the trenches of the British and German soldiers. These were indeed brave men. But that was not the only such event: there were desertions, mutinies, and fraternizations. Today it seems The post The Christmas Truce: Powerful, Brave, and Not So Isolated appeared first on Keeping Democracy Ali…
 
It’s more than the similar time of year. According to guest Rabbi Michael Lerner, of Tikkun Magazine and chair of the Network of Spiritual Progressives, both holidays mark times in which people without power successfully took on the powers of The post Christmas/Hanukkah Are About Strength Through Generosity, Not Dominance appeared first on Keeping …
 
Managing crypto-assets can be an anxiety-inducing experience for a lot of people. While it's quite empowering to “be your own bank,” it's also scary for a lot of people who understand the risks associated with self-custody. Although cryptocurrency wallets have made tremendous progress since the days when a full-sync of the blockchain was required, …
 
Topics: Why Congress doesn't work, HOW AMERICA'S POLITICAL PARTIES CHANGE (AND HOW THEY DON'T), and the Trinity.Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale Professor of Politics Kevin Portteus about "Congress: How It Worked and Why It Doesn't". Michael Barone of AEI and the Washington Examiner joins the show to discuss his latest book HOW AMERICA'S POLITICAL…
 
A new executive order by President Trump stamps a radical new definition on the meaning of anti-semitism. Its purpose is to clamp down on freedom of speech. A Chicago area rabbi says her congregants have said “this feels like the The post Trump Order Threatens Jews and Free Speech appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
On today's episode, the final interview of 2019: a conversation with Dustin Cohn, Head of Brand and Marketing over Consumer and Investment Management at Goldman Sachs, on how to use financial education to launch and build a brand. Our specific focus is within Marcus, Goldman's online bank. Today, you'll learn:- How Dustin saw Marcus as an opportuni…
 
On today's episode, I'm joined by Rhone CMO Adam Bridegan for a discussion on how the fitness apparel and premium activewear brand doesn't just talk the talk, but also walks the walk (or run). Today, you'll learn:- How the opportunity literally came knocking on Adam's door- How Rhone is staying ahead of the curve when it comes to the rising tide of…
 
Much of the digital world now operates in the cloud. A handful of companies are responsible for the massive market, and the centralization makes many people worry about censorship, privacy, and network resilience. David Vorick’s passion for distributed file storage had him start Sia in 2014. He’s been working fervently ever since to develop a viabl…
 
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