Best impolite podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Impolite Conversation
Daily+
 
A podcast about life, the universe, and everything. With no filters.
 
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Impolitic
Weekly
 
A weekly podcast on which a libertarian and a socialist talk politics, culture, and history.
 
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Impolite Company
Monthly
 
Religious considerations in the modern world. No preaching allowed.
 
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Impolite Conversation: Religion and Politics
Weekly
 
An scholarly-but-informal monthly chat at the intersection of religion and politics.
 
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Impolite Company
Monthly+
 
Impolite Company is a podcast featuring conversations about politics, religion, money, and all those topics you can't discuss in polite company. Hosted by writer and content creator Timothy Wier, this podcast showcases a variety of opinions and delves into these important issues thoughtfully, honestly, and with just a hint of impoliteness.
 
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Impolite Company
Monthly
 
A podcast featuring conversations about politics, religion, and other topics that can't be discussed in polite company. Hosted by Timothy Wier.
 
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Really Impolite Company
Monthly+
 
Really Impolite Company sinks knee-deep into politics, sex, religion and everything else you aren't supposed to mention at the dinner table.
 
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Movie Daze
Monthly+
 
Paul and Todd watch movies, talk about them and over them for your enjoyment!
 
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Wrambling Writers
Monthly+
 
R.F. Dunham (fantasy/alternate history writer) and Josh Davis (editor, novelist, and publisher) give writing tips, share indie book reviews, and discuss religion, politics, and other impolite things.
 
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Adventures of Old Mr. Toad, The by BURGESS, Thornton W.
 
The Adventures of Old Mr. Toad is another in the long line of children's books by conservationist Thornton W. Burgess. In this book, we follow the adventures of Old Mr. Toad as he joins the Spring Chorus at the Smiling Pool, shows off his babies, displays his special tongue to Peter Rabbit and has a very special encounter with Buster Bear. We also learn little lessons about life such as pride can burst like a great big bubble, your friends' hidden talents may surprise you and it is considere ...
 
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Grass Roots
Weekly
 
Grass Roots is a comedy web series following the exploits of two very impolitic political hacks on the campaign trail. Unfortunately for their candidate, Miles and Harry (Aaron Hilliard and Kirby Heyborne) seem to be losing more votes than they're winning. Created by Aaron Hilliard | Yardhill Films
 
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Chris & Co.
Monthly+
 
www.chrisradio216.com Is The New Home Of the Chris & Co. Radio Show. It’s An Interactive Internet Radio Show That Talks about a Variety of Subjects, Topics. Politically And Impoliticly Correct Dialogue. From Sports to Sex to Subtle Conversation All Combined In This Radio Show.Live Shows on Chris and Company.com You Can Also Listen to the Show From www.chrisradio216.com or www.chrisandcompany.comThe Call In Numbers Are…216 - 672 - 4305216 - 672 - 4306216 - 672 – 4307Whether You Prefer To Inte ...
 
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It may be a little impolite to get too involved in the love lives of strangers, but Ally has a story that makes her wonder whether or not it’s creepy. When it comes to big age gaps between couples, Kevin feels compelled to defend himself when we discuss the age gap he has with his wife. After he explains himself, you can decide for yourself, is ...…
 
Ever wonder what you should or should not say during a meeting with a potential investor? Have you ever had an unpleasant meeting and wonder what went wrong? This is completely normal. And in today’s episode, Steli and Hiten will share what investors are expecting from you and how you can best prepare for those expectations. They provide valuab ...…
 
Ever wonder what you should or should not say during a meeting with a potential investor? Have you ever had an unpleasant meeting and wonder what went wrong? This is completely normal. And in today’s episode, Steli and Hiten will share what investors are expecting from you and how you can best prepare for those expectations. They provide valuab ...…
 
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Underground Heroes with Roy England - Make Mistakes
 
Rudy Kardos from Rizumu joins me this week. Be sure to check him out at Hot Mass over July 4th weekend. And also at his monthly open air parties in Fairmont Park (Rock Garden), next one on July 16th. Thanks for tuning in and enjoy! Track list: 1. Circulation | Mauve (mix B) 2. Fluxion | Motion 3 3. Fred P | Wave Patterns 4. Marko Militana | Goo ...…
 
The post Impolite Society: The Message of the Hebrew Prophets appeared first on Valley Unitarian Universalist.
 
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Daily Kos Radio - Kagro in the Morning
 
YouTube | iTunes | LibSyn | Keep us on the air! Donate via Patreon or Square Cash Correspondent Donald Trump, quoting a senior White House official, got the scoop on everyone today. It’s big news, and would normally be the biggest news, probably leading to the hugest news, but right now is just debris in the winds of chaos. Donald Trump thrives ...…
 
Everything we want to see at E3, and some slightly impolite statements about Ubisoft Russell steps into the breach to talk E3 predictions with us, Bryan puts everyone's knowledge of quotes to the test and we see if we can remember quotes, and are open world games always worth it? Music credit: Nonstop Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed un ...…
 
This week Simon and Martina are back in Canada and they've had culture shock. They've forgotten to tip in restaurants, and forgotten that it's impolite to lift your bowl to your mouth and shovel food in when outside of Japan. They don't like certain Canadian food that they used to love, mainly because it's too salty. Typical Tokyo outfits stand ...…
 
(An excerpt from The Strangest Secret Library available on Amazon) Organized Planning – Crystallizing Desire into Action The Sixth Step toward Riches You have learned that everything man creates or acquires, begins in the form of DESIRE, that desire is taken on the first lap of its journey, from the abstract to the concrete, into the workshop o ...…
 
In this episode of Impolite Company, Timothy sits down with Reigner Kane to talk about nonviolence, Christian nationalism, the state of party politics, and the future of economics. To catch every episode as soon as it airs, be sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow @impolitecopod and @timothywier on Twitter. 0:00 Intro 2:00 Nonviolence 20: ...…
 
Pizzagate is a conspiracy theory that emerged during the 2016 United States presidential election cycle. You’ve heard of it but if you’re anything like me you didn’t actually know anything about it. And let me just preface this episode by saying that you still won’t know anything about it after you listen. In spite of mine and my guest’s best e ...…
 
Victorian slang and a modern controversy over language and gender. In the early 1900's, a door-knocker wasn't just what visitors used to announce their arrival, it was a type of beard with a similar shape. And in the 21st century: Is it ever okay to call someone a lady? Or is woman always the better term? Plus, surprising stories behind some fa ...…
 
Topic: PROTECTION During this edition of CareyBrosPros, find out how: •some easy pre-planning and prep work will make you the “Dragon-Slayer” of your client’s worries AND of your “Punch List.” •Covering and protecting oddly-shaped or oddly-placed items can be done easily, and save your bottom-line in the long run.•Besides dust and debris, you’r ...…
 
This month we talk with Sarah Glidden, the author of Rolling Blackouts: Dispatches from Turkey, Syria, and Iraq, about her trip to the Middle East in 2010, comics journalism as a nonfiction form of storytelling, and what it was like to be in the region in the moment just before the Arab Spring and the Syrian Civil War. And on One Last Thing, Da ...…
 
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Engaging Gospel Doctrine (Mormon Sunday School - LDS)
 
“The Law of Tithing and the Law of the Fast” This lesson is about sacrifices, one easier than the other–tithing and fasting (guess which is which). Money is one of those topics considered impolite to discuss, and the message that all we have belongs to God and therefore God should be able to command what we should do with it is certainly a bold ...…
 
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Engaging Gospel Doctrine (Mormon Sunday School - LDS)
 
“The Law of Tithing and the Law of the Fast” This lesson is about sacrifices, one easier than the other–tithing and fasting (guess which is which). Money is one of those topics considered impolite to discuss, and the message that all we have belongs to God and therefore God should be able to command what we should do with it is certainly a bold ...…
 
This week, Judy and Linda are talking about the first two episodes of "Strong Woman Do Bong Soon" (힘쎈여자 도봉순). This JTBC drama stars Park BoYoung, Park HyungSik and JiSoo. If this drama is trying to force a love triangle of some kind, it has to do a lot better than this, because Judy and Linda both find Minhyuk (Park HyungSik) more likable and i ...…
 
In this episode of Impolite Company, Timothy sits down with his Nathan Spangler to talk about the media, fake news, the coverage of the Trump campaign and presidency, and more. To catch every episode as soon as it airs, be sure to subscribe to the podcast and follow @impolitecopod and @timothywier on Twitter. 0:00 Intro 2:09 What is "fake news" ...…
 
Today’s Topic How I failed at understanding taboos until I started researching this episode I always overthought what a taboo was. I focused on the idea that taboos are these forbidden ideas, but how do you create them. How do these ideas form in a culture? Some, like murder, seem to be universal. However, others will be very culturally specifi ...…
 
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Unfriendly Black Hotties
 
Welcome to spring, fam! In this week’s episode, the Hotties discuss Queen Maxine Waters, Duchess April Ryan, and #BlackWomenAtWork [1:32]. Spoiler alert: being a black woman is hellllla tiring. Then, they share some fresh facts (oceanographic AND historical) [18:07] and discuss what happens when you’ve lost that lovin’ feeling for a friend [40: ...…
 
I don’t care what a business you’re in – if you’re dealing with the public there are times you’re going to get negative reviews and there is very little you can do. Welcome to another addition of hospitality property school. Today, I’m going to talk about how negative reviews are good for business. I don’t care what a business you’re in if you’ ...…
 
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Impolite Company
 
In this episode of Impolite Company, Timothy sits down with his wife Keaghan to talk about literature, the Inklings, medievalism, participation, process theology, and growing into and out of the Reformed Christian tradition. Plus, they both lay out their unorthodox opinions and talk about post-evangelical life. To catch every episode as soon as ...…
 
In this month’s episode, we talk to Melynda Price about her book At the Cross: Race, Religion, and Citizenship in the Politics of the Death Penalty. She tells us what she learned while examining both the law and the public opinion surrounding this fraught issue. And in One Last Thing, Dan has been to the movies a lot and Tim has a special reque ...…
 
In Impolite Company’s premiere episode, Timothy sits down with Joshua Rystedt to discuss their theological journeys, Christian ethics, the American Solidarity Party, the moral nature of law, single-payer healthcare, and the relationship between American nationalism and evangelical Christianity (yes, we talk about this all in one episode). To ca ...…
 
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Please Do Not Turn Off Your Console
 
We're back after an extended hiatus due to Problems, but Aaron and Matt are back in the podcasting saddle with a heaping helping of... actual video game talk? What the hell kind of a show is this, anyway? Also discussed: Popeye's is a harbinger of our mortality, beautiful squid children, Impolite Society, BLOOOOOP, Fairly Sensitive Squid Dick, ...…
 
On this month’s Impolite Conversation, we take a break from the news of the world and get back to what’s really important: Bruce Springsteen. First, we discuss how Springsteen’s music informs his politics (and vice versa), and then we dive deep into the theologies (plural) that exist in the Boss’s lyrics. If you’re not familiar with Springsteen ...…
 
On this month’s Impolite Conversation, our friend Courtney Bruntz stops by the studio to talk us through which forms of religion are legal in contemporary China, which ones are banned, and which ones fall in between the two. And in a special year-end One Last Thing, we look back at OLTs past and find the ones that best sum up the year gone by. ...…
 
On this episode of Impolite Conversation, Tim and Dan get into the holiday spirit by talking about the alleged war on Christmas with historian Jarret Ruminski, who is skeptical that the war amounts to much, and then chat about what it’s like to be in a Christmas-obsessed culture and not be Christian. And in One Last Thing, Dan’s been re-reading ...…
 
Will there be a difference between Trump the candidate and Trump the president? In this Impolite Conversation Supplemental, Dan and Tim talk (and vent, and curse a little) about the outcome of the presidential election and what it might mean for American Muslims and white evangelicals. Original air date: 11/13/16.…
 
This month on Impolite Conversation, we talk with a scholar who wants to challenge the conventional wisdom on the “God gap,” and then look back on the 2016 campaign, as well as forward to the next four years. And in One Last Thing, Dan has a thing for bulletproof guys in hoodies and Tim ruminates on a little-discussed aspect of the polling proc ...…
 
On this episode of Impolite Conversation, Miguel de la Torre joins us to talk about how the marginalization of Latinx culture creates new space for Biblical interpretation. And in One Last Thing, Dan has been re-re-re-watching Captain America: Civil War and Tim has found A Few Reasonable Words to keep the pain away.To read more about one of the ...…
 
For the month of September, Tim Hill and Dan Clanton discuss the challenges to teaching evolution with Josh Rosenau of the National Center for Science Education and Donald Trump’s difficulties in Utah with Quin Monson of Brigham Young University. And in “One Last Thing,” Dan’s gone to the movies again, while Tim is contemplating that which cann ...…
 
On this episode, we chat with friend of the show Ann Duncan about the Supreme Court term that just ended and how the death of Justice Scalia affected the decisions (or lack thereof). And in One Last Thing, Dan finds beauty in the 2008 film For My Father and Tim finds ugliness in the ESPN documentary Small Potatoes: Who Killed the USFL?Original ...…
 
In this month’s episode we talk with Frances Flannery, co-editor of the forthcoming book, The Bible in Political Debate: What Does It Really Say?, about how politicians use the Bible and how biblical scholars wish they would do so. And in One Last Thing (OLT), Dan is Fall-ing for Gillian Anderson, and Tim has found yet another podcast.Links:Dan ...…
 
Alyssa Rosenberg of the Washington Post talks to us about the political and religious messages that may (or may not) be lurking in that summer institution, the popcorn movie. And in One Last Thing, Dan mourns a pair of passing artists and Tim has a trio of recommendations.Some of the things we discussed in this episode:Alyssa mentioned the Thre ...…
 
In this supplement to our regular monthly show, Tim Hill and Dan Clanton talk about what it means for the United States, for evangelicals, and for Muslims that Donald Trump is the presumptive 2016 presidential nominee for the Republican Party.Original air date: 5/10/2016
 
This month we talk to Carin Robinson, co-author of Onward Christian Soldiers: The Religious Right in American Politics, about the current state of the Christian Right now that no single organization can credibly claim to be its voice. And in an installment of “Pew Does Our Job for Us,” we discuss an analysis the Pew Research Center released in ...…
 
In this month's episode, Tim Hill and Dan Clanton speak with Todd Green of Luther College about his new book, The Fear of Islam: An Introduction to Islamophobia in the West. And in "One Last Thing," Dan has seen the film Deadpool twice and Tim has yet to see the musical Hamilton even once.Original air date: 4/5/2016…
 
In episode 9, we talk to the eminent Bible scholar Paul D. Hanson about his new book, "A Political History of the Bible in America." And instead of One Last Thing, we bring back Ann Duncan of Goucher College to help us understand what Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia's recent death means for the Court and for issues of church and state.Orig ...…
 
On this month's Impolite Conversation, we talk to three scholars about the occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in Oregon. And on One Last Thing, Dan reviews the 2003 film Monsieur Ibrahim and Tim waxes rhapsodic about a comic book Saga.Original air date: 2/2/2016
 
In this month's episode, we talk to Melissa Deckman of Washington College and the Public Religion Research Institute about how Hillary Clinton's faith impacts her politics. Then we discuss how the presidential race is shaping up in Iowa with Sarah McCammon of NPR. And in One Last Thing, Dan rhapsodizes about Tony Bennett's memoir and Tim worrie ...…
 
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