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Лучшие Election 2020 подкасты, которые нам удалось найти
Лучшие Election 2020 подкасты, которые нам удалось найти
The United States of America is now gearing up for the 2020 presidential election. Presidential candidates have been named, and debates as well as election polls have started rolling. Will Donald Trump remain as POTUS for a second term? Or will we see a new US president? Will he/she be a Democrat or Republican? These and more you'll find out by tuning in to podcasts. Podcasts are a very accessible form of media. Just by using your phone or PC, you can stream podcasts right away when you're online. What's great about podcasts is that they're handy too. Just download them in advance, and you can take them anywhere with you for offline listening. You'd be glad to know there are a bunch of podcasts about the 2020 US presidential election. Featuring news, interviews and analyses, these podcasts will keep you updated, starting from the polls and debates, to the primaries and caucuses, up to the national conventions, and finally the main event – the Election Day on November 3rd. Apart from that, you can get to know more about the presidential candidates and their platforms, as well as hear post-election updates from these podcasts. We've gathered the top election 2020 podcasts here so you can start following them. Enjoy and witness as the United States chooses its new commander-in-chief and decides for its future!
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Here's a quick guide to your Bay Area ballot, covering all statewide propositions and county measures in digestible 2-minute summaries.This election season, we're focusing on areas with historically low-voter turnout. Residents of these neighborhoods — East Palo Alto, Fairfield, Richmond, West Oakland, and San Francisco's Bayview-Hunter’s Point — can find every measure on your ballot by clicking on your city below:East Palo Alto | Fairfield | Oakland | Richmond | San FranciscoYou can also se ...
 
In the fastest growing 2020 candidate podcast in the world, Paul Duddridge interviews as many of the candidates seeking office as possible. Senate, Congress and of course Presidential. As a foreign-born US citizen, he is not eligible to run for the Presidency, but he can talk to everyone who has exercised their right to run for the highest offices in the land.
 
Join Kathleen Hicks, senior vice president, Henry A. Kissinger Chair, and director of the International Security Program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, as she speaks with experts on the most important defense debates in the 2020 U.S. election cycle.
 
“Voices from my Bunker 2020” is a series of interviews with all ages of people of what 2020 has been like for them. This is a rebranded podcast that used to be named, "PODSNACKS/Art of the Diet" but the first six months of 2020 has shifted my preoccupations from five years of weight maintenance to minute by minute sanity maintenance. Attention must be paid to the issues before me. I'm 75, live in Massachusetts, and my doorbell hasn't rung in 3 months and probably won't until there's a vaccin ...
 
Le 13 mars 2020, le pape fête le septième anniversaire de son pontificat. Dans le podcast Les 7 travaux du pape François, Nicolas Senèze, correspondant permanent du quotidien La Croix à Rome, raconte comment François a bousculé l’Église. ► À écouter à partir du 9 mars 2020, sept ans après son élection, sur toutes les plateformes de podcasts, sur le site (https://www.la-croix.com) et l’application La Croix. CREDITS : Auteur : Nicolas Senèze – Responsable éditorial : Christophe de Galzain – Pr ...
 
As one of a handful of people to oversee religious outreach for a winning presidential campaign, Michael Wear guides you through the tumultuous waters of faith and politics this campaign season. Twice a month, Faith 2020 will host leading journalists, politicos, and religious leaders for in depth interviews that will help us to understand the ways faith is influencing this election. Along with Michael’s expert analysis, we'll make sense of how campaigns are engaging faith on the trail and ho ...
 
Comedian Mary Houlihan (who famously played "Coat Check Girl" on Broad City and was cut out of an episode of Master Of None that filmed the day before the 2016 election) hosts a multi-genre podcast including murder mysteries, sex advice, fake daytime TV shows, and more with in-studio guests and call-in listeners. Support the pod at patreon.com/maryhoulihan!
 
From policy debates to election outcomes and social discourse, the University of Delaware's Center for Political Communication continues to track the impact of what can best be described as a revolution in political communication. Through innovative research and public outreach, the CPC invites students and the community to examine why and how political communication impacts our society. The National Agenda program invites Washington insiders, journalists, politicians, scholars, and media fi ...
 
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Democrats have long considered the rural vote as completely unchangeable. Are we wrong about that? Are rural values aligned with those of the Democratic Party? How can we change our messaging to appeal to rural voters without losing our progressive ideals? J.D. Scholten and John Ray join us in conversation on how the fight for rural America is far …
 
Longtime Daily Kos readers might remember Emily Cain, as she was a Daily Kos-backed candidate for Maine’s 2nd congressional district in 2014 and 2016—the swingy rural Maine district that Democrats currently hold, but was won by Donald Trump in both his presidential races. We’ll talk to Cain about Emily’s List 2022 recruitment efforts, our chances t…
 
In this special bonus episode, 2 very exciting things happen! 1) Karin announces her new podcast, What Can You Do? This commute length podcast brings on experts in some of the biggest issues facing the world today - polarisation, the housing crisis, inequality, climate change - to get a quick briefing on the issue and point you to some practical th…
 
Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas and senior political writer Kerry Eleveld talk about everything from Arizona in 2022 to Sen. Kyrsten Sinema and what is going in her mind with Rep. Ruben Gallego (AZ-07). It also Daily Kos’ The Brief’ 25th episode!
 
Today we’re lookinh at the youth vote—how important it was in 2020, and how critical it will be in 2022 to have any chance of retaining control of both chambers of Congress. Our guest is Ben Wessel, the former executive director of NextGen America, an organization focused on youth voter turnout. His advice on how to keep young people engaged can’t …
 
As the Republican Party turns even more autocratic with folks like Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, what has the political press learned about covering this dangerous party? This week we’ll be talking about the media and its coverage of both the Biden administration, and of the ongoing threat to our democracy from the increasingly autocratic and undemo…
 
Republican attacks on transgender Americans and transgender youth, in particular, have skyrocketed in 2021. Roughly 150 anti-trans bills combined have been introduced in over 30 state legislatures this year, setting a new record for anti-trans legislation in a single session. Today on Daily Kos’ The Brief Kerry and Markos explore the personal, poli…
 
Remember when Republicans used to claim that America was “center-right”? They don’t claim that anymore. They don’t even pretend. At this point, they realize they’ve lost the battle for the hearts and minds of Americans, and are doing everything they can to undermine, and maybe even destroy, American democracy. We also talk with Amanda Litman of Run…
 
It is the one-year anniversary of the George Floyd murder. That murder shook up the world, leading to protests around the globe. Yet today’s guest, Yale historian Dr. Elizabeth Hinton, writes in her new book, AMERICA ON FIRE: The Untold History of Police Violence and Black Rebellion Since the 1960s, that this is nothing new—that the Black rebellion…
 
We spoke with Rev. Dr. William J. Barber II about the inspiring activism he has spent decades working on. Like many who have come before him, Rev. Dr. Barber believes that his faith and an honest accounting of one’s faith demands that we keep the fight up for the poor.
 
This week Markos and Kerry talk with Daily Kos Elections guru Jeff Singer. Singer knows every race, every district, and every potential in the historically important upcoming 2022 midterm elections. Incumbent parties tned to lose ground during midterms but we are living in interesting times and Jeff has some insight into what might be different thi…
 
This week Markos and Kerry discuss President Joe Biden’s first 100 days in office. While most of us would not have not predicted it, Joe Biden’s presidency so far is considerably more progressive than former President Barack Obama. Kerry and Markos talk about what Biden has been able to do so far and more importantly the options he has to enact eve…
 
On this episode of Another Way, Lawrence Lessig speaks with Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia and wt.social. Lessig and Wales discuss the origins of Wikipedia, its architecture, and its ad-free commitment to neutrality. They also attempt to unpack the growing polarization in the media, digital algorithms and the addictiveness of technology, and how…
 
This week on Daily Kos’ The Brief we talk with Daily Kos staff writer Lauren Floyd. Lauren covered every day and hour of the Derek Chauvin trial, and talks about that experience as well as what happens now in regards to police reform and federal legislation. Organizer Maurice Mitchell, the National Director of the Working Families Party, joins to t…
 
In a nation that ranks only 13th globally for infrastructure quality, the new focus in Washington on infrastructure investment has the potential to be transformative. For public transportation specifically--so vital to New York City and New York state, and drastically impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic--significant new funding stands to multiply the…
 
For this week's episode, we are re-broadcasting the audio of an Equal Citizens event held on March 31st, 2021 entitled, "The Fight For Voting Rights Reform: The Path To H.R. 1 and H.R. 4". The event featured Lawrence Lessig moderating a conversation between Duke Law Professor Guy-Uriel Charles and Emory Professor Carol Anderson. The three scholars …
 
Remember all those lawsuits pre-2020 election making it easier to vote, whether by vote by mail, or increased early vote, or myriad other such measures? Remember after the election, the case after case after case that Republicans lost, leading to tweets like “Republicans are now 1-50 in election challenges”? The man behind those legal efforts was t…
 
Today, we’re talking to two great Texas organizers from the Texas Organizing Project. Not only have they done amazing work helping flip formerly red counties around Austin, Dallas, and Houston to the Democrats, but their advocacy work has ensured that those Democratic victories have led to critically important local reforms. We’ll talk about those …
 
Do you feel helpless about the politics of gun control? Not only are the politics of the issue clearly trending in Democrats’ direction, a new generation of activists are reimagining how advocates and Democrats alike should approach the issue to create change. We’ll also dig into what the heck is going on with the sudden GOP war on Corporate Americ…
 
Today we’ll be talking immigration and the ways the Biden administration and Democratic Congress can begin to solve this problem, as well as the toll Republican attacks take on this community. Daily Kos’ Gabe Ortiz will join us, along with DREAMer activist Juan Escalante.
 
In this final episode of Democratically: 2020, Karin explains the medical dramas that kept her away from podcasting for the first couple months of the Biden era, and talks to Political Director of Data for Progress Marcella Mulholland and former Republican strategist Marshall Manson about the American Rescue Act, the prospects for improving our pol…
 
Links to the projects that Sam mentions in the episode: https://gerrymander.princeton.edu https://openprecincts.org/ https://representable.org/ Subscribe to our Substack for the latest news about H.R. 1: https://econhr1.substack.com/Lawrence Lessig
 
As it celebrates its centennial, The City College of New York's School of Education is engaged not just in educating young people but in constructing a more fair and just society. From the Spanish flu era to today's COVID-19 pandemic, the School of Education has been preparing educators to teach and nurture an increasingly diverse and multilingual …
 
Joining us today is California Rep. Ted Lieu discussing the model minority myth and where the Asian community goes from here. We also discuss his work on the American Rescue Plan, as well as his efforts to reform America’s broken bail system. Also joining is Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon, who will talk about a topic near and dear to us: filibuster re…
 
This episode of Another Way is unique: Lessig speaks to a Trump-supporting friend, whose name has been changed and voice altered to allow the friend to speak without the burdens his views might create in his world. Lessig and “George” discuss Trump, the January 6th insurrection and partisanship. Is common ground possible?…
 
We talk about court reform. What is the path forward for adding seats from the lower courts all the way up to the Supreme Court? Does the Supreme Court have any ethics? Literally! We also talk about DC Statehood, why we need it now for our democracy, and the chances that this can happen under the Biden administration. Markos Moulitsas and Carolyn F…
 
On this episode, Lawrence Lessig speaks with Rob Sand, who has served as Iowa's State Auditor since 2019. The two discuss Sand's history of investigating white collar crime, the feeling of loss in small town America, and polarization.Lawrence Lessig
 
Besides the predatory nature of modern student loans and the extraordinary financial burden they have put on Americans over the past couple of decades, many economists believe that wiping away the almost $2 trillion debt would have profound benefits for the U.S. economy. On this week’s episode of The Brief, co-hosts Cara Zelaya and Kerry Eleveld ta…
 
Mississippi. Yes, Mississippi. Today, on The Brief, we talk to Mike Espy, the Democratic candidate for Senate in the Magnolia State the last two cycles, about what it will take to bring his state into the Democratic fold. We also talk to Sarah Longwell a never-Trump Republican and publisher of The Bulwark, at thebulwark.com. She discusses what the …
 
As Black History Month closes, Silicon Harlem CEO Clayton Banks and Executive Director Bobby Derival of The City College of New York's MPA program join CCNY President Vincent Boudreau to discuss systemic inequities, racial justice after the killing of George Floyd and their personal experiences working within communities toward solutions. After a p…
 
In this episode, Lawrence Lessig speaks with Representative Ro Khanna, who serves California's 17th Congressional district. Rep. Khanna gives listeners a legislative update on the For The People Act, and he speaks candidly about the threat of a Senate filibuster, the need for public campaign financing, the early days of the Biden administration, an…
 
On this week's The Brief we have Matt Hildreth, the Executive Director of RuralOrganizing.org, a national "boldly progressive and proudly rural" organization based in Columbus, Ohio, working locally and nationally to build a rural America that is empowered, thriving, and fair. And Daily Kos communications director, Carolyn Fiddler to discuss state …
 
On today's episode of The Brief we speak with our first repeat guest, Elie Mystal of The Nation. Discussing what the end of the impeachment proceedings means, what the future of Trump's criminal proceedings will look like, and what the new legacy will be for the Post-Trump GOP.
 
In this episode, Lawrence Lessig is joined by Guy-Uriel Charles, the Edward and Ellen Schwarzman Professor of Law at Duke Law School. Lessig and Charles explore the differences between H.R. 1 (the For The People Act) and H.R. 4 (the Voting Rights Advancement Act), and argue Congress should pass H.R. 1 first. Note: Equal Citizens is highly supportiv…
 
On today's episode of The Brief we speak with historian Kathleen Frydl. Discussing what it would take for Biden to be the next FDR, the Republican party's dedication to whiteness, and what historically makes for a good progressive presidency. We also discuss with Daily Kos’ own Joan McCarter all about the Senate, how the present political climate f…
 
Today we'll be talking to Manhattan District Attorney candidate Eliza Orlins and Emerge America’s Jill Barkley Roy discussing women in politics, the new administration, and the changes we can expect when excellent candidates get a seat at the table.
 
Navigateurs, médecins humanitaires, astronautes, écrivains voyageurs… Dans cette troisième saison du podcast Place des Religions, La Croix vous emmène à la rencontre de personnalités qui ont choisi de s’exposer au danger. Ces hommes et ces femmes nous raconterons ce qui les pousse à dépasser leurs limites. Leurs exploits ou périples sont-ils guidés…
 
The City College of New York President Vincent Boudreau convenes a conversation on how philanthropy is being mobilized across and beyond campus to address the economic and health crisis of COVID-19. Amid the pandemic's devastation and inequities, hear what has been learned and what the CCNY support ecosystem is achieving in this discussion with CCN…
 
On this episode of The Brief we spoke to Nse Ufot, CEO of Stacey Abrams’ New Georgia Project, the organization that helped register almost half a million new voters in the Peach State. We learned exactly how New Georgia Project helped save our democracy and what lessons we can apply to other changing states.…
 
Welcome to The Brief! A weekly show about politics. Here we’ll discuss the issues that are driving the news as we fight for a more progressive America. Hosted by Daily Kos founder Markos Moulitsas and Senior Political writer Kerry Eleveld. Trump may not be president, but Trumpism isn’t defeated. So join us every Wednesday as we discuss the battles …
 
In this episode we spoke to Chuck Todd, NBC News’ political director, moderator of Meet the Press, and host of MTP Daily on MSNBC. We discussed how Donald Trump’s four years have changed the media landscape, and whether we can expect continued accountability for Republican lies and misinformation. We also talked with Daily Kos’ own Dave Neiwert, on…
 
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