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Socialism
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Weekly podcast offering a Marxist approach to the big issues we face in a world of capitalist crisis. Fighting for jobs, homes and public services for all. From strikes and mass movements through to community campaigns, history and theory. We shine a light on the struggles of workers and young people, and discuss the strategy for a socialist fightback.
 
Kristen R. Ghodsee reads and discusses 47 selections from the works of Alexandra Kollontai (1872-1952), a socialist women's activist who had radical ideas about the intersections of socialism and women's emancipation. Born into aristocratic privilege, the Russian Kollontai was initially a member of the Mensheviks before she joined Lenin and the Bolsheviks and became an important revolutionary figure during the 1917 Russian Revolution. Kollontai was a socialist theorist of women’s emancipatio ...
 
A podcast for the Libertarian Socialist Caucus of the Libertarian Party,
 
Battleground Wisconsin is Citizen Action of Wisconsin’s weekly podcast that features the latest political news from the front lines in the embattled state of Wisconsin. The show features:· Tanya Atkinson, Executive Director, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin· Robert Kraig, Executive Director, Citizen Action of Wisconsin· Matt Brusky, Deputy Director, Citizen Action of Wisconsin.
 
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Out of Left Field
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A couple of socialists with a couple of beers! A left wing, socialist podcast based out of Victoria, BC. We discuss politics & current events in Canada and around the world.
 
Join us as we take a fun and informative look at the history of Presidential elections in the United States of America as well as all sorts of topics directly related to how our government and elections work! We also delve into the reasons and policies (Constitutional or otherwise) behind exactly what makes the highest offices in the land tick.
 
Capitalism and Free Markets are what the people need. Socialism and Cronyism are what the elite loves. The Booms & Busts Podcast discusses what’s really happening in economics, markets and personal finance, as well as politics, and what it all means to you and your investments, not the Cronyist/Socialist bias that you get in the mainstream.
 
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Extremely Offline
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It's time to admit it: when we argue online, we’re not actually trying to persuade anyone. We’re not even trying to ‘win’ a debate. We’re trying to “dunk” on our rivals, “own” our political enemies. We’re just performing for our followers, who are usually people who share our politics, our attitudes, and our biases.That kind of discourse might be entertaining, but it doesn’t get us anywhere. We don’t learn from each other or about each other. We don’t sharpen the arguments we make for our fa ...
 
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Albertastan.ca
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Albertastan.ca is a progressive & independent Alberta political commentary podcast discussing popular social issues, critical of the way in which our popular media covers all things politics in our province. From a social-democratic & satirical view, hosted by Richard Gordon, we offer a voice for real change & understanding in Alberta’s political & environmental climate!
 
This podcast presents news stories, political commentary and theoretical concepts from a left libertarian/anarchistperspective. I will promise my listeners that, while I will offer commentary from my perspective, when dealing with news stories, I will do my best to be factually accurate.
 
A Podcast by James Weeks
 
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Contra Krugman
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Join Bob Murphy and Tom Woods in this weekly libertarian podcast as they teach economics by refuting Paul Krugman's New York Times column. Plus, expect special guests like Ron Paul, David Stockman, and more!
 
SH People’s Politburo is a podcast hosted by three New Zealand-based socialists, Emmy, Ti, and Justine. People’s Politburo is a fortnightly podcast that digs deep into the dungheap of New Zealand and international politics, giving you a steaming socialist perspective on current affairs.Be sure to subscribe to the podcast on your podcatcher of choice so you don’t miss out on any episodes. Please consider supporting our Patreon so we can continue to trash talk about New Zealand’s ruling class ...
 
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The Call Radio
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The Call is a publication founded to advance the political outlook of a group of members in the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA). We are Marxists who believe in a democratic road to socialism. We want to build DSA into a mass organization that can help revitalize working-class politics and lay the groundwork for a new socialist party in the future. Through The Call Radio we'll be sharing important lectures and speeches on Marxist politics and history. If you have questions or comments ...
 
Reliable Sources examines how journalists do their jobs and how the media affect the stories they cover in this weekly CNN program. Full video episodes available in the iTunes store.
 
The Pledge of Allegiance was the origin of the fascist gesture used under the Third Reich. The pledge caused nazi behavior in the USA too. Francis Bellamy was the author of the pledge and the origin of the Hitler salute that was used in the early pledge's ritualized daily mechanical indoctrination. The early pledge began with a military salute that was then extended outward to point at the flag. In practice the second gesture was performed palm-down. It was not an ancient Roman salute (a deb ...
 
A podcast supporting the presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, which like Bernie, deals with real issues.
 
Counterfire is a socialist organisation campaigning against war and austerity, and for fundamental system change. Subscribe to Counterfire's podcasts on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/counterfire-media-podcast/id1436071592?mt=2Listen to our older audio content here: https://audioboom.com/counterfire
 
In this podcast, Sanjeev Sabhlok, senior leader of Swarna Bharat Party (India's only liberal party) analyses Indian current affairs and offers a way forward for India to become a developed, modern nation.
 
Attn: All 63 million Trump voters. President Trump needs our help in 2020. We must elect patriotic, conservative, Republicans and independents who will vote for his agenda. Let's roll! Just because we have the right to vote, that doesn't guarantee we have a democracy. People vote in China, Russia, and in many dictatorships. We must only vote for Republicans and independents who don't take bribes from lobbyists' fundraisers, special interests, and all other big donors, period!
 
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We discuss this week’s surprising House of Representatives vote where 129 House Republican members voted to rebuke Trump on Syria and will it lead to more movement for the impeachment of Trump. Robert and Karen Kirsch dive into a deeper discussion of impeachment. We also talk about the new state GOP effort to restrict Governor Evers’ veto power ...…
 
October 13, 2019: Sam Donaldson, Douglas Brinkley, Julie Roginsky, Carl Cameron, Conor Powell, Peter Wehner, Irin Carmon, Amanda Marcotte, and David Zurawik join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter.
 
We got a lot of requests for an episode on debt after Krugman tweeted that "debt is money we owe to ourselves." What's the real truth? Show notes for Ep. 208
 
New Yorker staff writer Andrew Marantz embedded with extremist "gate-crashers" teeming on social media platforms and the lax "gate-keepers" in Silicon Valley for his new book titled "Antisocial: Online Extremists, Techno-Utopians, and the Hijacking of the American Conversation." In order to take the conversation back, Marantz tells Brian Stelte ...…
 
How did Liverpool defeat the Iron Lady? A political tribute to Tony Mulhearn, a giant of the workers' movement. As part of the Militant Tendency and Socialist Party, Tony helped lead the working-class struggle that defeated Margaret Thatcher, and spent his life fighting for Trotskyist ideas. What can we learn from those heroic struggles in figh ...…
 
We discuss the latest power grab by Speaker Vos which would allow an unlimited number of veto override votes in the Assembly. Even more shameful is Vos’ petty maneuver to pair the motion with an unrelated disability accommodation that will allow Rep. Jimmy Anderson to participate in Assembly business. In a positive development, Governor Evers s ...…
 
In this seventh episode of Season Two, Kristen Ghodsee reads the final section of Alexandra Kollontai's 1926 memoir: The Autobiography of a Sexually Emancipated Communist Woman. In this portion of the memoir, Kollontai speaks about her work during and after the Civil War and the beginning of her diplomatic career in Norway. Once again, her idea ...…
 
My friend Dane Posner owns a smug "libertarian" girl, Dinesh D'Souza fails to defend capitalist exploitation of workers, the Working Families Party Endorses Elizabeth Warren, the UAW strokes continue and Trump wants to pull troops from Syria and leave the Kurds to be slaughtered.
 
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“Cancel culture” is the less-than-perfect name for the tendency of extremely online people to form mobs and publicly shame others in response to perceived cultural and political transgressions, from sending racist tweets to selling food of a culture that’s not your own. Sometimes it’s celebrities who are cancelled for choosing a “problematic” r ...…
 
October 6, 2019: Masha Gessen, Oliver Darcy, Juliet Huddy, Michael Shear, Barbara Res, Douglas Heye, Jess McIntosh and Robert Leonard join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter.
 
Today we are joined by editor of Rabble.ca Sophia Reuss to discuss her recent article in Briar Patch Magazine:https://briarpatchmagazine.com/articles/view/theres-no-journalism-on-a-dead-planetWe chat about the sate of Canadian media, journalism, climate change & activism.We also discuss corporate consolidation of media in our country, the clima ...…
 
Historian and podcast host Brion McClanahan joins Bob to discuss Krugman's defense of Elizabeth Warren against the big bad plutocrats, who apparently are threatening to support Trump if she's the Democratic nominee. Krugman dismisses the possibility that these wealthy people might oppose Warren's wealth tax, and instead suggests that the real r ...…
 
In this sixth episode of Season Two, Kristen Ghodsee reads Part VI of Alexandra Kollontai's 1926 memoir: The Autobiography of a Sexually Emancipated Communist Woman. In this portion of the memoir, Kollontai speaks about her work as Commissar of Social Welfare during the early years of the Soviet regime. She again mentions the many attacks again ...…
 
Matt Taibbi's new book "Hate Inc.: Why Today's Media Makes Us Despise One Another" makes the case that news outlets have become "a twisted wing of the entertainment business," chasing clicks and views to survive. In a blunt conversation with Brian Stelter, Taibbi says he wants to encourage more "consumer awareness about the news." Stelter chall ...…
 
In the midst of a historic crisis, the state is preparing the ground to sabotage a potential left government. The Supreme Court has delivered a blow to Johnson. But were the Labour leaders right to praise the judiciary as an impartial upholder of democracy?By The podcast of the Socialist Party.
 
We discuss President Trump’s new “Protecting Medicare from Socialist Destruction” health plan announced Thursday. We dig into Trump’s health care record, and what to expect in the impeachment debate. We also discuss Congressman Ron Kind’s impeachment position, Trump Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue’s shocking attack on small dairy farmers dur ...…
 
September 29, 2019: Robert De Niro, Suzanne Nossel, Amanda Carpenter, Susan Glasser, Susan Hennessey, Christine Pelosi, and Christopher Ruddy join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter.
 
In this fifth episode of Season Two, Kristen Ghodsee reads Part V of Alexandra Kollontai's 1926 memoir: The Autobiography of a Sexually Emancipated Communist Woman. In this portion of the memoir, Kollontai speaks about her work in New York and her return to Russia in March 1917. She also discusses getting trolled by the newspapers in St. Peters ...…
 
Renowned political analyst Jeff Greenfield talks with Brian Stelter about the start of a formal impeachment inquiry against President Trump. He says "the kind of reflexive, circle the wagons, 'remember this is our guy'" strategy among Republicans and pro-Trump media outfits "may not fully survive this latest story." He describes the many differ ...…
 
Sri Lanka is heading into presidential elections in the midst of a government deadlock - and the aftershocks of the horrific terror attack on 21 April. We ask socialists from Sri Lanka what the situation is like on the ground - and what political problems they will address in the November elections.By The podcast of the Socialist Party.
 
After discussing our national emergency with President Trump, we welcome Wisconsin Examiner journalist, Isiah Holmes, to discuss his investigation into local police department’s cooperation with ICE, including Wauwatosa and Milwaukee. New Citizen Action Driftless Co-op Organizer Ben Wilson joins us to talk about next week’s launch event of the ...…
 
We've probably all heard of impeachment, but how does it work anyway? If the president does something bad, who holds them accountable? What happens if they get impeached? We'll talk about all that and more in this episode! ______________________________ Support the show! Use this link to do your shopping on Amazon. It won't cost you a penny mor ...…
 
We’re living through an era of enormous transition, most significantly from a world governed by free market fundamentalism to something new — something we can’t yet quite discern and which could take radically different forms depending on the political decisions we make as a society. Two of the founding scholars of sociology, Karl Marx and Max ...…
 
September 22, 2019: Shane Harris, Carl Bernstein, Tara Dowdell, Philip Bump, Sam Vinograd, David Zurawik, Robin Pogrebin, Kate Kelly and Lenore Taylor join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter.
 
The writ has been dropped! Today the socialist crew discusses the Canadian federal election, the first debate (sans Trudeau), how all the parties seem to be doing, the we're-all-going-to-boil-alive climate crisis, the almost-reopened abortion debate and more!By A Couple of Socialists with a Couple of Beers.
 
Krugman says people on the political right get inordinately worked up over minor regulations that have a clear public benefit, and that such people now have a champion in the White House. Could there be a reason other than derangement for why people get upset about various kinds of regulation? Bob and Tom discuss. Show notes for Ep. 206…
 
The race to be next president of the United States is hotting up. What's behind the crises in the Republicans? And can the Democrats be a route for change? Plus - report from the 20 September climate strike in London.By The podcast of the Socialist Party.
 
In this fourth episode of Season Two, Kristen Ghodsee reads Part IV of Alexandra Kollontai's 1926 memoir: The Autobiography of a Sexually Emancipated Communist Woman. In this portion of the memoir, Kollontai speaks about her time in exile in Western Europe, going to jail in Sweden, lecturing in America, and joining the Bolsheviks in 1915. She a ...…
 
Working Families Party’s Rebecca Lynch leads our discussion on the controversial Working Families Party endorsement of Elizabeth Warren. Then we welcome UAW Local 722’s Steve Frisque, live from a Wisconsin picket line to talk about the GM strike. We weigh-in on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s bold new prescription drug plan. Will Trump follow-thro ...…
 
The Washington Post has opened up an enormous DEA database that charts the course of every pain pill in the country through 2012. The Post's investigations editor Jeff Leen says more than 100 local news outlets have conducted reporting using the information. Brian Stelter talks with Leen about this cooperative approach; what the data reveals; a ...…
 
September 15, 2019: Alexandra Rojas, Dahlia Lithwick, Susan Glasser, Jim Sciutto, Jodi Kantor, Megan Twohey, Krystal Ball and Barry Glassner join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter.
 
In this third episode of Season Two, Kristen Ghodsee reads Part III of Alexandra Kollontai's 1926 memoir: The Autobiography of a Sexually Emancipated Communist Woman. This memoir was written as Kollontai began her diplomatic career when she was 54-years-old and a veteran of the revolution. Lenin was already dead, Stalin was seizing power, and K ...…
 
Krugman argues that an undemocratic, authoritarian regime is being built in the United States, and cites Sharpiegate and Trump's treatment of the auto industry as prime examples. Show notes for Ep. 205
 
Kyle Pope, the editor of Columbia Journalism Review, tells Brian Stelter about the Covering Climate Now coalition, which CJR is spearheading with The Nation. Pope says that about 250 news outlets around the world have committed to a week's worth of focused climate change coverage in the run-up to the UN Climate Action Summit on September 23. He ...…
 
The majority of austerity is suffered by women. Meanwhile, rape convictions are down, and domestic violence murders are up. This episode, we hear about the struggle to defend women from the cuts, in the home, and at work - and how socialists think we can win the fight for women’s liberation.By The podcast of the Socialist Party.
 
We talk about the continued lame duck session fallout, including Wisconsin not being among the two dozen states reaching a tentative settlement agreement against opioid seller Purdue Pharma. We also discuss the party of Trump’s alignment behind right-winger Tom Tiffany in the CD 7 special election, the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel slamming Speake ...…
 
Mimi Soltysik Mimi Soltysik joins the show and we discuss his work with Stop LAPD Spying Coalition. We talk about predictive policing and using AI for police and military applications. We talk about how body cameras are not an improvement for those victimized by the police. We talk about climate change and what is to be done about it. We also t ...…
 
On our back to school special episode with speak with PHD student & activist Jonathan Turcotte-Summers about his recent article at activisthistory.com about the student struggle in Canada. We discuss the student protests/strikes in Quebec, debate the merits of decentralised organising structures, the notion of student labour vis a vis other unp ...…
 
September 8, 2019: Steve Kroft, James Poniewozik, Julie Roginsky, Bianna Golodryga, Joan Walsh and Courtney Radsch join Brian Stelter. via KnitBy Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter.
 
We take listener questions in this episode, from Krugman's worst blunders, to how the Fed might return interest rates to their natural level, to a former Fed official's implication that the Federal Reserve ought to make Trump's reelection more difficult. Show notes for Ep. 204
 
In this second episode of Season Two, Kristen Ghodsee reads Part II of Alexandra Kollontai's 1926 memoir: The Autobiography of a Sexually Emancipated Communist Woman. This memoir was written as Kollontai began her diplomatic career when she was 54-years-old and a veteran of the revolution. Lenin was already dead, Stalin was seizing power, and K ...…
 
The Tory party - and whole Westminster system - is in historic crisis. How can the labour and trade union movement navigate the Brexit impasse, oust the government, and end austerity?By The podcast of the Socialist Party.
 
We discuss the surprise announcement that Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner is retiring after 40 years in Congress, setting off CD 5 candidate speculation. We take stock of his fractious legacy. The panel reviews the new MU Law Poll which continues to reveal a vulnerable President Trump and plenty of opportunity for Democratic presidential candidates in 2 ...…
 
New York Times chief TV critic James Poniewozik's new book traces how Trump evolved from a "TV character" to president at the same time that TV went from a broadcast to a niche medium. "Audience of One" argues that Trump's ascent "happened because of TV. It happened through TV." Poniewozik and Brian Stelter discuss Trump's reality TV roots, the ...…
 
I break down a discussion between Congressman Dan Crenshaw and Laura Ingraham and an interview clip of Noam Chomsky on conservatism. I also break down news stories such as the Sri Lankan university employee strikes, transportation worker strikes in Spain, the Hong Kong Protests and the history of the American labor movement, which essentially s ...…
 
Eugene Debs helped found multiple unions, political parties and ran for president five times... one of them from jail. ______________________________ Support the show! Use this link to do your shopping on Amazon. It won't cost you a penny more and it will help us out! ElectionCollege.com/Amazon ________________________ Be sure to subscribe to t ...…
 
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