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Okay listen, Donald Trump will be talking all things Democrats are big losers who hate America winning, so much winning. Jimmy Carter is an idiot, Oprah’s magazine which, frankly, could use some work, and finally mocking the Democrat candidates most cringeworthy moments. It was impossible to narrow them down to just a handful, okay? But we pulled it off, as promised. Joined by Gavin McInnes. Wait, isn’t he Canadian?
Talking all things Trump impeachment silliness, Julia Roberts as Harriet Tubman?, cats in the clink, Prince Andrew’s disturbing love languages, and how Trump has done more for Black America than Obama ever did! Super guest Alex Jones delves into impeachment games and so much more!
Talking all things Hillary's unending quest to matter, video game addiction woes, AOC being a shrill, miserable witch, and finally discussing the pivotal child transgender case of James Younger. Senator Rand Paul guests!
This is a big one! Talking all things Pedophile Island, Trump crashing UFC, Russia's Weasley spies, and how the left's attempt to impeach Trump is pure theater. Joined by mega guest Donald Trump Jr. who talks about the dangers of 'woke culture' and communism.
Steven Crowder heads to Texas A&M for the annual Halloween Spooktacular live show! Talking Trump nailing Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, Halloween triggering, an updated from Pedowood, and how Gen Z may clinch a 2020 win!
HUGE show! Talking toothpaste in front holes, opioid-addled puppets, Pharell's 'New Masculinity,' and when armed resistance to government tyranny is justified. Joined by mega guest MIKE ROWE!
Talking all things Bernie Sanders heart condition, Nickelback's sudden surge, the whistleblower's real identity, and all the ways Greta Thunberg is the pits. The always hilarious HodgeTwins guest!
In this episode of NL Hafta, Abhinandan Sekhri, Manisha Pande, Raman Kirpal and Mehraj D Lone of Newslaundry are joined by Joanna Slater, the India Bureau Chief of The Washington Post. They begin with a discussion on the gangrape and murder of a veterinarian in Hyderabad, and the subsequent killing of the four accused by the police. Delving on the psyche of the rapists, Abhinandan says, “I could not believe they actually plotted this all evening. I mean with the intention that they just wanna have sex and they would rape a woman and kill her.” On the police’s shooting of the four accused men, Mehraj talks about the culture of impunity that exists in this country and the lack of accountability. Raman adds that the mindset for lynching the rapists was already out there. Pointing finger at the media discourse surrounding this case, Manish remarks, “One thing that’s really disturbing in cases like these is how the media frenzy just takes over any sane discourse.” By way of example, she mentions TV anchors who ran hashtags calling for the death of the alleged rapists. On the Citizenship Amendment Bill, Mehraj explains how the BJP is selling it as a measure that would help the millions of Hindus left out of the National Register of Citizens in Assam but how it might actually only add to their misery. Speaking about US President Donald Trump’s impeachment process, Joanna says, “From the kind of polling that I have seen from afar it seems the percentage of people who say that he should be impeached and removed has gone up over the course of this process. So it is changing some people’s mind on that.” On senior Congress leader P Chidambaran being released on bail in the INOX Media case, Raman argues, “This has come across as political vendetta. There is not really any case against him in the INOX Media case – and that comes out really clearly.” The panel also discusses the Unnao rape case, the falling GDP in September, the Delhi University teachers’ protest against the anticipated sacking of adhoc teachers, and much more.
We meet Oscar-winning director Sir Sam Mendes to learn more about his First World War epic, ‘1917’. Plus: Nicolas Godin – one half of French electro-rocking legends, Air -– talks us through his latest album, and Radie Peat, a lynchpin of the contemporary Irish Folk scene, on how she uses ancient instruments to explore new sonic palettes.
FRONTLINE investigates the promise and perils of artificial intelligence, from fears about work and privacy to rivalry between the U.S. and China. The documentary traces a new industrial revolution that will reshape and disrupt our lives, our jobs and our world, and allow the emergence of the surveillance society.
Taiwanese president Tsai Ing-wen looks set to be re-elected this weekend but it will be a tough term, with China seeking reunification while opinion on the island shifts towards independence. James Chambers asks what the future might hold for Taiwan.
Nieuws hoorde bij zijn leven, maar opeens was de Zwitserse Rolf Dobelli het zat: hij stopte met het nieuws. Ik ging met hem in TivoliVredenburg in gesprek over zijn nieuwsfilosofie. Lees hier het artikel: https://decorrespondent.nl/10634/luisteren-rob-wijnberg-in-gesprek-met-rolf-dobelli-over-stoppen-met-het-nieuws/272549420-fda36fa1 Muziek: Mozart: Piano Sonata No. 11 in A Majeur, K. 331 gespeeld door Moura Lympany Mark Guiliana - Beginning Productie: Jacco Prantl Wil jij onze podcasts mogelijk maken? Word dan lid van De Correspondent voor 7 euro per maand. Als lid krijg je toegang tot nog veel meer journalistieke artikelen, podcasts en documentaires die voorbij de waan van de dag gaan. Heel erg bedankt! http://www.decorrespondent.nl/wordlid Voor vragen, opmerkingen of suggesties mail naar [email protected]
In this episode of NL Hafta, Abhinandan Sekhri, Manisha Pande, Anand Vardhan, and Mehraj D Lone of Newslaundry are joined by Rohan Venkataramakrishnan from Scroll. The episode also features three Newslaundry subscribers, Dhiraj Krishna Kumar, S.Harikrishnan and Jefferson Simon. Abhinandan begins the podcast by asking subscribers why they chose to subscribe to Newslaundry. The trio also shares feedback about areas where Newslaundry can improve. Moving to the violence in Jawaharlal Nehru University, Rohan gives a blow by blow account of how he was roughed up by middle-aged, saffron-clad men while he was reporting, while personnel from the Delhi police looked on. Expressing his sympathy towards students who had nothing to do with the incident, Anand notes, “Loss of one year is costly for them. Perhaps more costly than a fee hike”. Manisha, on the other hand, thinks Anand’s view is a misreading of what actually happened. She emphasizes how the on-campus scuffle changed when men from outside entered the university, pointing to a criminal conspiracy. Dhiraj seconds Manisha and believes that it was unacceptable. Speaking on the role of the police in JNU violence, Abhinandan says,“ The police’s culpability and involvement in this is so clear.” Meanwhile, Mehraj backs the protest carried by the students and adds, “As long as there is no violence, it is a pretty legitimate form of protest”. Rohan agrees and adds,” Sure, we can discuss JNU separately. But what was happening outside that gate was a law and order situation. That mob, if they wanted to do something else, they had the impunity to.” The panel also talks about Kanhaiya Kumar’s oratory skills, Deepika Padukone’s JNU visit, and Delhi elections among other things. Tune in!
With its clout in Westminister dead and buried, the stakes couldn't be higher for unionism in the current negotiations to restore power-sharing in Stormont. Why then is the DUP unwilling to make some compromises? To explain what's happening up north, Newton Emerson joins Hugh and Fiach. But first they discuss the row over a centenary commemoration that has backfired on the Government down south, exposing the durability of the very divisions it was designed to help heal. And finally Fiach has the latest on the timing of a general election.
Postbezorger Ahmed Abdillahi liet me een paar maanden geleden 'zijn' volkswijk zien, de Tweebosbuurt in Rotterdam. Die wordt gesloopt om plaats te maken voor dure nieuwbouw – symbolisch voor een samenleving waarin basale zekerheden niet meer zeker zijn. Lees hier het artikel: https://decorrespondent.nl/10815/audioverhaal-wat-een-postbode-ziet-van-de-wederafbraak-van-rotterdam/1153020795465-dfda0c82 Wil jij onze podcasts mogelijk maken? Word dan lid van De Correspondent voor 7 euro per maand. Als lid krijg je toegang tot nog veel meer journalistieke artikelen, podcasts en documentaires die voorbij de waan van de dag gaan. Heel erg bedankt! http://www.decorrespondent.nl/wordlid Voor vragen, opmerkingen of suggesties mail naar [email protected]
Talking all things Hillary's obsession with Trump, snake and alligator border moats, scrotum paintings, and why Adam Schiff is a piece of sh*t! Joined by Pinterest whistleblower Eric Cochran!
In this urgent edition of Media Roots Radio, Abby and Robbie are joined by Iraq war veteran Mike Prysner to talk about the Trump administration's unprecedented act of war with the brazen assassination of Iranian General Qasem Soleimani. In the second half of the episode, Abby and Robbie harcken back to the George W. Bush administration's propaganda war drive against Iran during the height of the Iraq War. Do everything you can to shut down this potential war and oppose the US empire's death cult! Thanks for listening! If you enjoyed this podcast, please consider donating to Media Roots Radio on Patreon // www.patreon.com/mediarootsradio FOLLOW // twitter.com/AbbyMartin // twitter.com/FluorescentGrey