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On Offense

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On Offense

Data for Progress

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Democrats up and down the ballot repeatedly find themselves fending off false and disingenuous attacks from the Republican Party. Meanwhile, Republicans are passing harmful and unpopular tax cuts, anti-abortion, and anti-worker legislation across the country. To effectively counter these efforts, while bolstering Democrats’ own favorability in major battleground states, polling firm and think tank Data for Progress is transforming our polling into winning messaging guidance for progressives. ...
 
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Think Biblically: Conversations on Faith & Culture

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Think Biblically: Conversations on Faith & Culture

Talbot School of Theology at Biola University / Sean McDowell & Scott Rae

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A weekly podcast that offers Christian perspectives on some of the most significant issues facing today's church and culture. In each episode, hosts Scott Rae and Sean McDowell — professors at Biola University's Talbot School of Theology — draw upon biblical wisdom and insights from guest experts as they explore how Christians can thoughtfully and faithfully engage with cultural trends and current events.
 
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David Roberts

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Volts is a podcast about leaving fossil fuels behind. I've been reporting on and explaining clean-energy topics for almost 20 years, and I love talking to politicians, analysts, innovators, and activists about the latest progress in the world's most important fight. (Volts is entirely subscriber-supported. Sign up!) www.volts.wtf
 
Tune into Talking Progress, the podcast about ideas that matter. The Berlin-based think tank "Das Progressive Zentrum" (The Progressive Centre) is gathering the most pressing political debates and perspectives from Berlin to San Francisco, all in one place. A guest will kick-off each episode with a thought-provoking take on one of today's political challenges. Leaving no stone unturned, a second guest will be invited to respond to the first guest's idea. To ground the debate, the two guests ...
 
Fmr. The Michael Brooks Show crew Matt Lech & David Griscom work to cover & build a strong, popular, working-class rooted, no BS Socialist Left. With a special focus on the international struggle and Texas, the South, & the West. The weekly show is live on Youtube @ 7 Central with Griscom streams on Tuesday afternoon.
 
A five-time Emmy winning SNL comedy writer/producer, joins a four-time #1 NYT bestselling author, a three-time highest-rated national progressive radio host, a two-time Grammy winning artist, and a former US Senator. So, it gets a little crowded in the booth when Al talks public policy and sometimes political comedy with notable guests. Think “The Daily” without the resources of the NYTimes.
 
Yep! We changed out name again. Why? Simply put....there just isn't enough truth out there. We are LATINAS (DON'T CALL US LATINX). We will always be American proud, Latina strong and God centered. After more reflecting (it seems that's all we do these days), we decided to change it up again. Hey! We're a work in progress and never complete. We think you will enjoy our new focus, our flavorful 'tude" and our brand of the truth. As always, Con Amor Ivellise and Yvette.
 
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Women at Work

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Women at Work

Harvard Business Review

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Women face gender discrimination throughout our careers. It doesn't have to derail our ambitions — but how do we prepare to deal with it? There's no workplace orientation session about narrowing the wage gap, standing up to interrupting male colleagues, or taking on many other issues we encounter at work. So HBR staffers Amy Bernstein, Amy Gallo, and Emily Caulfield are untangling some of the knottiest problems. They interview experts on gender, tell stories about their own experiences, and ...
 
Meet the Bloggers is an online video show focusing on unconventional political opinion and analysis. Partner blogs include The Huffington Post, Think Progress, Alternet, and Brave New Films. Hosted by Cenk Uygur from The Young Turks and Air America. Produced by Robert Greenwald & Brave New Foundation.
 
1-Intro 2-Wake Me Up (Extended Mix) - Avicii f. Aloe Blacc 3-Echoes (Original Mix) - Henrik B., Niklas Gustavsson and Peter Johansson 4-Together (Marco V Rmx) - Feenixpawl and Jason Forte 5-We Have Tonight (Festival Mix) - Jochen Miller f. Dogs with Jeans 6-Footrocker (Original Mix) - Mightyfools 7-Center of the Universe (Remode) - Axwell 8-Rampage (Original Mix) - Starkillers, Kai and Richard Beynon 9-Gangsta (Original Mix) - Promise Land 10-Lost in Orbit (Original Mix) - Adam K and Soha 11 ...
 
1. Intro 2. Sex Cult - Black Boots (Club Mix) 3. DNA - Empire of the Sun (Calvin Harris Extended Rmx) 4. Elastic Heart - Sia feat. Diplo and The Weekend (Steve Pitron and Max Sanna Club Mix) 5. Now Or Never - Tritonal feat. Phoebe Ryan (Original Mix) 6. Beam - Mako feat. Angel Taylor (Dannic Rmx) 7. The Spark - Afrojack feat. Spree Wilson (Tiesto v. Twoloud Rmx) 8. Turn This Love Around - Armin van Buuren and NERVO feat. Laura V (Starkillers Rmx) 9. Rasta Funk - Danny Avila (Original Mix) 10 ...
 
How do you know what to think unless you are told? Sadly, most people don’t and are left to rely on biased news sources, political parties, and their social media peers. Libertarian-Conservative Commentator Hannah Cox has had enough. Join her as she works through major issues facing our society and walks listeners back through the root causes of problems. Along the way you’ll learn economics, history, public policy, sociology, and other foundational principles. Learn how to think, instead of ...
 
Criticising a system seems naive without suggesting a better one. This podcast series is about how to design useful human systems, including enterprises, communities, commercial businesses, government policy and your own life. It explains and applies the Pragmatists stream of Systems Thinking to assist with this design work. So, it critiques proposed systems using explicit classic concepts like consequences, anti fragile, evolution and contradiction.
 
This podcast from the education and skills think tank EDSK takes a look inside the latest stories from across the education system in England including schools, colleges, universities and apprenticeships. You can find out more about EDSK at edsk.org or on Twitter @EDSKthinktank.
 
Hosts Nick Covington and Chris McNutt, founders of Human Restoration Project, a nonprofit organization focused on human-centered learning, host guests and share ideas on restoring humanity to education through changing systems rather than focusing on the day-to-day practices of school. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
The Progress & Freedom Foundation is a market-oriented think tank that studies the digital revolution and its implications for public policy. Its mission is to educate policymakers, opinion leaders, and the public about issues associated with technological change, based on a philosophy of limited government, free markets, and individual sovereignty.
 
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Think Regionally

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Think Regionally

Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments

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Think Regionally is a new podcast from the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG). Local government, business, and non-profit leaders join host Robert McCartney to raise awareness about the region's biggest challenges and focus on solutions.
 
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Planet Progress

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Google.org Impact Challenge

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The future - it's closer than you think. But what does it look like? And how do we get there? In this series Dr Hannah Fry meets the organisations who are building a greener, more resilient planet, today. Planet Progress is part of the Google.org Impact Challenge on Climate. Google.org brings the best of Google to help solve some of humanity’s biggest challenges — combining funding, innovation, and technical expertise to support underserved communities and provide opportunity for everyone. T ...
 
Economist Impact combines the rigour of a think-tank with the creativity of a media brand to engage an influential global audience. We partner with corporations, foundations, NGOs and governments across big themes including sustainability, health and the changing shape of globalisation to catalyse change and enable progress. The Economist Group includes Economist Impact, Economist Intelligence, Economist Education and The Economist newspaper. Follow Asia Perspectives by Economist Impact to m ...
 
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Forward Thinking

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Forward Thinking

McKinsey Global Institute

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Forward Thinking examines groundbreaking ways in which the world is evolving and how people and organizations can respond to changing demands and technologies. In each episode theorists, innovators, and business leaders discuss global trends—technology, artificial intelligence, globalization, urbanization, climate change, and more—with hosts Michael Chui and Janet Bush of the McKinsey Global Institute.
 
Fucking Cancelled is a podcast with three aims. First, we analyze and critique a phenomenon on the left that we call the nexus: a synthesis of identitarianism, social media, and cancel culture. Second, we offer emotional, spiritual, and ethical insights into the process of rejecting and exiting the nexus. Third, we move toward a different vision for the left grounded in solidarity, freedom, and responsibility. We are leftists who have spent many years inside the nexus. We have been too afrai ...
 
This podcast is for people who are interested in Africa’s development. We bring you interesting conversations with local, national, and international African leaders from all works of life (home and abroad). Leaders who are doing their bits to progress Africa’s development. Conversation topics will range from Education, Science, Economics, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, Business, Politics, Health, Relationships, Career, Spirituality, Entertainment, Art, Social, and Other Global Issues. Conver ...
 
What's the greatest Beatles song of all time? We think there's only one way to find out - by pitting every Beatles song against each other in the ultimate winner-takes-all tournament! Join Jono, Rob and special guests as they progress through the rounds robins, knockouts, and finals to find the ultimate Beatles song. It won't be easy, it will be contentious, but one thing's for sure - no song is safe... Not even your favourite.
 
Work in Progress with Sophia Bush features frank, funny, personal, professional, and sometimes even political conversations with people who inspire Sophia about how they’ve gotten to where they are, and where they think they’re still going. These discussions stem from her "aha" moment of realizing you are allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress, simultaneously.
 
Critics Alyssa Rosenberg (ThinkProgress) and Asawin "Swin" Suebsaeng (Mother Jones) host a weekly chat on the latest movies, TV shows, and cultural nonsense. (Politics also usually finds it way into the conversation.) Alyssa is equally devoted to the Star Wars expanded universe and Barbara Stanwyck, to Better Off Ted and Deadwood. Swin is a lover of childish dark humor, Yuengling, and movies with high body counts. We'll be regularly featuring guests on this program, and taking listeners' que ...
 
Yahusha Ha'Mashiach (Jesus Christ) is King of Kings and Lord of Lords! The Virtue of Truth is a podcast about the uncomfortable truth that is often left out of everyday discussions. Topics discussed are issues we all think about and the goal of this podcast is to help others understand that they are not alone and can make the positive progress they desire. Host Sheila H. shares perspectives from her personal experiences as it relates to life. Contact: thevirtueoftruth@gmail.com
 
As the tone of public discourse becomes increasingly angry and divisive, Common Ground Committee offers a healing path to reaching agreement and moving forward. We talk with top leaders in public policy, finance, academe and more to encourage the seeking and finding of points of agreement, and to demonstrate how combating incivility can lead us forward.
 
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This week, we take a close look at the results, some still ongoing, of the 2022 midterm elections. We also talk about conservatives continuing to ban books, Elon Musk tanking Twitter, and more! If you like our podcast, make sure to leave a 5-star review! Useful links from the episode: More conservative book banning in Wisconsin schools Elon Musk ta…
 
How Democracies Can Withstand Authoritarian Attacks Russia’s attack on Ukraine has been nothing short of a turning point for Europe and the world. An authoritarian attack with the goal of dismantling democracy in Europe, progressive administrations are now tasked with supporting democratic allies at the global level while delivering on climate and …
 
In this episode, co-founders of Human Restoration Project Nick Covington & Chris McNutt detail the impact of the organization in 2022, our plans for 2023, and how we're envisioning the future of our work in reimagining education. Detailed within includes... How HRP grew this year and the impact we've made Our goals for 2023, including a new pay-as-…
 
In the second part of this podcast on deep sea mining, released during the World Ocean Summit Asia-Pacific, we dive deeper into the pollution risks of deep sea mining with Craig Smith, deep sea ecologist and professor emeritus at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. How has deep sea mining emerged as a sector and where are things standing today with …
 
The New Discourses Podcast with James Lindsay, Episode 100 We all know academia is in trouble. In fact, we’re not even sure it can be saved. To put it simply, the university is dying. To be sure, it’s a strange death, however, because the university is in some sense going back to its roots, returning to being theological seminaries, though in a com…
 
Sean Illing talks with Dr. Gabor Maté, a physician, speaker, and bestselling author who has written on subjects like addiction, stress, and attention deficit disorder. In Maté's new book, The Myth of Normal, he argues that the Western paradigm of health is fundamentally flawed in its attempt to separate inner, emotional well-being from bodily healt…
 
The ABC Birth Project has shown that the kind of care you might get if you're pregnant varies across Australia—despite us knowing what best practice looks like: continuity of care, led by a known midwife. A national strategy around improving maternity care was launched in 2019.Guest: Dr Zoe BradfieldHost: Tegan TaylorProducer: Diane Dean…
 
More prenatal screening tools are available for expectant parents. As well as screening ultrasounds, parents-to-be now have access to simple blood tests that can indicate whether baby might have a chromosome issue. The tests can ascertain whether you're having a boy or a girl. But parents who want peace of mind or want to know the sex of their baby…
 
The ABC’s Birth Project call out has received thousands of responses in just a few weeks. We're hearing about the good and bad of pregnancy and birth in Australia. It's one of the safest places in the world to give birth, but the health system sometimes fails women, their families, and clinicians. One of of the key people involved is Science Unit r…
 
In Episode 38, we talk about how our relationships are affected when we leave the Nexus, and discuss some strategies for interacting with people who remain believers, especially our friends and ex-friends. We talk about ways in which the process of leaving the Nexus is similar to exiting a cult or getting sober, and ask what lessons we can learn fr…
 
In this episode of the Think BIG for Africa Podcast, my guest is Dr. Ayoade Adeyemi. Dr. Adeyemi is the CEO, of Lorache Consulting(HR & Marketing Consultancy). He is an international trainer and speaker, a Board member and Executive Director on a few organizations, and a Governing Council member of a Nigerian Government-owned institution In our con…
 
In our second Library Socialism Q&A we are answering all of your food-related questions! How do we librarify food? What will Utopian food production look like? Should we abolish restaurants? Grocery Stores? Listen to find out! Ask us more questions here! https://forms.gle/wJGuKHisNZfjZXZ39 Support the show! http://patreon.com/srslywrong Theme Song …
 
What do the US 2022 midterm elections mean for climate and energy policy? To help go through the results, I contacted Whitney Stanco, a senior analyst at Washington Analysis LLC, an independent research firm out of Washington, DC. She has been tracking energy policy for decades and in particular has kept a close watch on the states. With Whitney's …
 
While there wasn’t a big red wave during the mid-term elections earlier this month, change happens. The 118th Congress will be split as the Republicans take back the house in 2023. But what might that mean to the next farm bill? Curt Covington, senior director of Institution Credit, AgAmerica Lending, has long followed the ag economy and the polici…
 
At the COP27 summit, Emmanuel Macron became the first head of state to call for a ban on deep sea mining. In part 1 of this 2-part episode on deep sea mining, the Back to Blue team talks to Phil McCabe, an ocean campaigner, a member of the deep sea conservation coalition about the past, present and future of deep sea mining projects. What has been …
 
Hundreds of thousands of young immigrants brought here by their undocumented parents since 2007 are not eligible for DACA. But now they may be eligible for jobs--at the University of California. UCLA law professor Ahilan Arulanantham explains. Also: the fight against pollution in LA’s port communities, where 300,000 people, mostly Latino, live next…
 
Americans are mourning the loss of 5 innocent people after a tragic shooting at a gay club in Colorado Springs—but some left-wing politicians and activists are already exploiting this tragedy to smear their political opponents and advance an ideological agenda. Brad & Hannah react to this narrative coming from the likes of AOC and David Hogg and an…
 
The holiday season is here but many people across the country may be dreading sitting down with their nearest and dearest— all because of politics. In the first half of this episode, we discuss political differences with a father and daughter who have different ways of seeing the world. Clare Ashcraft and her dad Brian live in Ohio. He’s an enginee…
 
Climate talks in COP27 recently concluded with a landmark agreement to create a loss and damage fund that would provide financial assistance to poor nations stricken by climate change. Historically, this idea has been resisted by richer nations who fear taking up the liability for climate change. Many poor countries continue to argue that they have…
 
Sheila shares some encouragement for those who are spending the holidays alone. - 00:00 – Intro - 1:13 – My Testimony - 3:41 – God comforts the brokenhearted (Psalm 34:17-20) - 5:31 – Praise helps lift the burdens (Acts 16:25-26) - 7:38 – Peace vs. Sword (Matthew 10:34-40) - 10:26 – 🦋🌳🍂 - 11:37 – Prayer ----- Also listen on: YouTube: https://bit.ly…
 
When you have an idea for a change that would make your workplace better for women, where do you begin? How can you push for a childcare stipend, a company-wide pay audit, a more comprehensive health care plan, or an ombuds office? If you instigate the change, do you have to be the face of it? What are the other roles you can play? Two experts in s…
 
New Discourses Bullets, Ep. 27 Holistic thinking isn't just a feature of the weird New Age and spiritualists; it's also a centerpiece of Marxist thinking. For Marxists (like all Hegelians), the goal is to understand the parts in terms of the whole in which they are a part, and this is what's meant by "holistic" thinking. What Marx and Hegel mean by…
 
For the past two years, the region has seen an increase in area governments, businesses, and non-profits recognizing and committing to address the economic inequities highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic and the national reckoning on race. Regional leaders understand that each sector has a part to play in the journey to make metropolitan Washington…
 
Jonathan Anomaly is the academic director of a new philosophy, politics, and ethics (PPE) program at La Universidad de las Americas in Ecuador, co-hosts the Ideas Sleep Furiously Podcast, and works in the startup world. He has taught in PPE programs around the US, including at the University of Pennsylvania, Duke, the University of North Carolina, …
 
Sean Illing talks with economic historian Brad DeLong about his new book Slouching Towards Utopia. In it, DeLong claims that the "long twentieth century" was the most consequential period in human history, during which the institutions of rapid technological growth and globalization were created, setting humanity on a path towards improving life, d…
 
There are an estimated 34,000 people in Australia living with cerebral palsy, and it affects one in 700 babies. For some families there's an explanation for the disorder, but the cause is often a mystery. With now more accessible gene testing there's an interest in looking at the child's genes, to gain useful information for parents and treatment t…
 
We often hear about mental health occurrences of distress, anxiety and depression, even as more money is being invested in their treatment. Questions can arise about the effectiveness of these services, and whether they are overwhelmed— the answer will inform how services are provided.Guest:Dr Adam SkinnerSenior Research FellowBrain and Mind Centre…
 
The Artemis 1 mission launched recently, and though there is no crew, the aim is to set up a long-term base on the moon, getting humans back there, and eventually even to Mars. So if we're to spend more time in space, we'll have to know how gravity can affect us. It's actually pretty important for how our bodies work – including our brain functions…
 
64 Beatles tracks are through to the knockout rounds of The Beatles World Cup ... but there's just time for a quick revisit of our choices, and the opportunity to right some wrongs and wrong some rights. Rob & Jono each pick a song to bring back, but also a song currently on the list to consign to the dustbin. And in true Power to the People, liste…
 
This conversation comes at an interesting time in the broader context of the future of education. In the wake of progress 8 results in the UK and NAEP scores in the United States, there appears to be a narrowing of educational possibilities toward a very particular model of schooling, or at least a model whose proponents have been the loudest in pr…
 
What’s on your bucket list? Thinking of skydiving or perhaps bungie jumping? Or maybe trying a unique fundraiser is more your speed. That’s the story behind this week’s Around Farm Progress podcast. Curt Arens with Nebraska Farmer share the story of a trip taken by Dick and Carolee Ourada from Imperial, Neb., to Fairbanks, Alaska. The Ouradas made …
 
A little something different today on Volts: an interview with my favorite singer-songwriter, Cory Branan. His first album came out 20 years ago and his music has been interwoven into my life ever since. Now he's got a new album out, When I Go I Ghost. We talked about life on the road, songwriting, and what comes next. Get full access to Volts at w…
 
There are lots of seminars on leadership but when is the last time you attended a seminar on “follower-ship?” Don’t we commonly think of followers as people who are not leaders? But that’s most of us, isn’t it? Maybe the Bible thinks of followership differently since all of are called to be followers of Jesus? Join Scott and Sean as they interview …
 
In today’s episode of the Think BIG for Africa Podcast, my guest is a big dreamer from The Gambia; Muhammed Lang Kinteh. He is an Independent Football Consultant & Talent Scout. who wants to build Africa’s biggest football empire. A BIG and exciting dream indeed. In our a little over an hour conversation we discussed several areas around building A…
 
Sean Illing talks with neuroscientist Gregory Berns, author of The Self Delusion. Berns claims that the idea of a unified, persistent self is a kind of illusion, and that we are better understood as multiple selves at different moments in time, tied together by a story — which is what we call our identity. Sean and Greg also talk about whether the …
 
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The Georgia Senate runoff campaign has begun--Joan Walsh has just returned from Atlanta, and explains why Trump’s candidate Herschel Walker seems likely to lose. Also: comment on what happened in Stacey Abrams’ tragic loss. Plus: in Los Angeles the terrible sheriff has lost his re-election campaign. Gustavo Arellano, the LA Times columnist, comment…
 
Sheila shares tips for preparing for emergencies and shortages. -00:00 - Intro - 01:50 – God will provide (Deut. 8:3, John 6:32-35) - 05:05 – Do not fear (Isaiah 41:10 and Genesis 41) - 11:00 – Tips for what to buy - 17:53 – Fasting and Praying -20:00 – Prayer Resources -Emergency Supplies: https://bit.ly/3GePCAd -Other helpful resources (videos): …
 
In this episode of the McKinsey Global Institute’s Forward Thinking podcast, Janet Bush talks with Jessica Fanzo. Fanzo is the Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Global Food Policy and Ethics at the Berman Institute of Bioethics, the Bloomberg School of Public Health, and the Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins Univers…
 
Brad & Hannah break down the biggest financial scandal since Bernie Madoff: The implosion of cryptocurrency exchange FTX and the disgrace of Sam Bankman-Fried. They explain the complicated saga that’s left countless Americans in a lurch in a simple way that non-crypto people can easily understand — then address the question many progressives are ra…
 
“We shall withdraw charitable status from private schools and all their other public subsidies and tax privileges. We will also charge VAT on the fees paid to such schools” said the Labour Party manifesto. In 1983. Here we are 40 years and many changes of government later with the Labour Party yet again calling for major changes to the way that pri…
 
Support the show and get the postgame and Sunday episodes at patreon.com/leftreckoning Matt & Dave break down a huge labor fight in Austin, TX in response to Musk's Tesla plant abusing workers. Then Nick Marcil (@marcilnick) of Debt Collective joins to talk about Biden's student loan forgiveness failures, the fight against debt, and how you can pus…
 
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