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Molly, William, and Caleb don’t agree on everything politically, but the trio hold this truth to be self-evident: you may not be interested in politics, but politics are interested in you. Left Turn Ahead analyzes the landscape of the Democratic Party en route to Election Day 2020, aided by perspective from activists, organizers, and a new generation of progressive voters determined to shape the future of Democratic politics.
 
D-Unifier envision an All People's Congress Party that is democratic, strong and spirited! A party that choose humility over elitism, tolerance over bias, harmony over chaos, people over politics, and unity over disunity. We respect people who disagree with us and we treat everyone with dignity. We promote equal opportunity, and we give tribalism no safe heaven.
 
At the USC Dornsife Center for the Political Future, we bring together top Republicans and Democrats to transcend partisan divisions and explore solutions to our most pressing national and global challenges. Join veteran strategists Bob Shrum and Mike Murphy along with other Center staff and major voices in the Bully Pulpit for fun conversations that advance civil dialogue and practical politics. When President Theodore Roosevelt coined the phrase bully pulpit, bully meant “wonderful”; and R ...
 
Fifty years ago, the country was rocked by a historic presidential campaign. The Democratic party crumbled, a new Republican era began, and the country threatened to split in two. Campaign '68 traces the twists, turns and tragic violence that followed Americans all the way to the voting booths. What began in '68 is still roiling American politics today.
 
The People God broadcast brings you the latest news and intelligence analysis that others will not. Chris Dorsey hosts the broadcast along with frequent callers to the program. The latest news of the week and lawful restoration of the constitution for USA, from our English Common Law, is discussed. The broadcast also goes deep into conspiratorial events and history not talked about on any other program. The report actively fights the triad of The International ONE WORLD GOVERNMENT (UN), The ...
 
Ronald Reagan began his broadcasting career as a radio announcer for the Chicago Cubs, WHO Radio, Des Moines, Iowa. The Great Communicator had a wonderful voice that people trusted and made ever radio show an experience. Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) was the fortieth President of the United States (1981–1989) and the thirty-third Governor of California (1967–1975). Born in Illinois, Reagan moved to Los Angeles, California in the 1930s, where he was an actor, presiden ...
 
Born in Manchester in 1893, Harold Laski was a leading figure in the left-wing of British socialism in the first half of the 20th century. An executive member of the Fabian Society and member of the Socialist League faction of the Labour Party, he was party chairman in 1945-6. As a professor at the London School of Economics he influenced a number of prominent politicians of the post-war years, including leaders of the independence movements of Asia and Africa, and Ralph Milliband, father of ...
 
Party People pulls back the curtain and introduces you to the people behind the politicians: the staffers and strategists that silently shape our politics from behind the scenes. Every episode, Democratic strategist Steve Pierce sits down with one of them for an intimate conversation to explore who they are, how they got here, and what inspires them to do what they do.
 
Each episode will focus on a different aspect or example of the general theme. Our kick-off frame is the awkward position that progressives find themselves in. It seems obvious, at least to a significant portion of Leftists, that “working within the Democratic Party” has to be part of any realistic strategy for making substantive, social democratic or radical change in the United States. What is far less clear is what this means practically, in terms of organization and elections. For many y ...
 
A Democratic Socialist’s Almanac is a podcast exploring all things relevant to Socialism today, from the latest scholarship regarding the socialist tradition to socialist reflections on our current moment and where to go from here. Below is a partial prospectus with a subject by subject bibliography. Written by Lelyn R. Masters with a Memphis Music Soundtrack by Harry Koniditsiotis Marx’s Epicurianism Fusaro, Diego. Marx, Epicurus, and the Origins of Historical Materialism. Permanent Press, ...
 
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Dan Hollaway and Dakota Meyer break down President Biden’s tax plan and its three parts: The American Rescue Plan, The American Jobs Plan, The American Family Plan. Dakota and Dan get into everything from free preschool and community college, putting electric vehicle charging stations across the country, paid family leave, spending hundreds of bill…
 
Michael Beschloss, presidential historian and best-selling author, is joined by Anne Applebaum, Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, Max Boot, national security analyst, USC professor Alison Dundes Renteln, and former Obama administration advisor, Ben Rhodes, to discuss President Biden's foreign policy goals and achievements 100 days into his presiden…
 
Season 1, Episode 13 Theda Skocpol (pt 2) lessons for building political power We continue our conversation with Skocpol on lessons for social change and the case for "intertwining" inside and outside party organizing to reach political goals that have proved elusive. Music Credit: Leslie Odom Jr. - "A Change is Gonna Come"…
 
Folks… Odessa’s running. Justice Democrats’ Executive Director Alexandra Rojas makes her debut on the Bloc alongside a very special guest. Odessa Kelly, the first Justice Democrat of the 2022 cycle is running for Congress in Tennessee’s Fifth Congressional district, challenging Representative Jim Cooper and the Cooper dynasty. Odessa teaches Guido …
 
CPF Director Bob Shrum is joined by former Congressman Joe Kennedy III and strategists Karen Finney, Ron Christie, and Brian Goldsmith to discuss President Joe Biden's domestic performance for reviving the economy and reforming immigration, police, and gun policies. Featuring: Robert M. Shrum - Director, USC Dornsife Center for the Political Future…
 
Dan Hollaway and Dakota Meyer break down the arguments for and against statehood for Washington D.C., why the Democrats suddenly consider Washington D.C.'s statehood a priority and why they want D.C. statehood, and why the Democrats won't accept an even compromise. Go to ghostbed.com/drikinbros and use code DRINKINBROS for 30% off EVERYTHING (Mattr…
 
In this episode of SDP Talks, SDP leader William Clouston is joined by the economist and entrepreneur John Mills to discuss John's new book, "The Elephant in the Room". John and William reflect on the damage done to Britain by the decline in its manufacturing sector, the failure of the post-1979 economic order in maintaining growth and prosperity, …
 
Season 1, Episode 12 A Conversation with Theda Skocpol (pt 1) In which the eminent social scientist helps us dive deeply into the rise of grassroots civic engagement on the right and the left and how this contributes to social transformation. Music Credit: Leslie Odom Jr. - "A Change is Gonna Come"저자 Daraka Larimore-Hall, Dick Flacks
 
CPF Director Bob Shrum is joined by California Senators Ben Allen and Sydney Kamlager and Los Angeles Sustainability Officers Gary Gero and Dominique Hargreaves to discuss how Southern California should move forward on climate change issues and the role of institutions in reducing its impact. Robert Shrum - Director, USC Center for the Political Fu…
 
CPF Co-Director Mike Murphy is joined by Congressman Garret Graves, climate scientist Katharine Hayhoe, journalist Bina Venkataraman, and USC professor Wandi Bruine de Bruin to discuss how to communicate the urgency of environmental legislation and encourage bipartisan support for climate change solutions. Mike Murphy - Co-Director, USC Center for …
 
Dan Hollaway and Dakota Meyer discuss the myth of systemic racism and policing in America, the Derek Chauvin verdict and the death of George Floyd, what the data actually bears out about policing in America versus what Black Lives Matter claims, and how we fix the problems we do have. Go to ghostbed.com/drikinbros and use code DRINKINBROS for 30% o…
 
In the third installment of the CPF Fellows Roundtable Series of 2021, Spring 2021 CPF Fellows Barbara Comstock and Todd S. Purdum are joined by former Fellow Ron Christie (Fall 2019) to discuss how new far right outlets are challenging Fox News, the influence of these new far right outlets on conservatism, and why conservatives don't trust "mainst…
 
Dan Hollaway is joined by Bob Carey of The Independence Fund and Operation RESILIENCY, which works to prevent veteran suicides through alternative forms of treatment. Dan and Bob discuss how Operation Resiliency works, the shocking veteran suicide statistics and their recent rise in numbers, how much post-9/11 veterans were exposed to combat as opp…
 
Dan Hollaway and Dakota Meyer break down the potential new rules for a vaccine passport, who would be creating the vaccine passport and how a digital version would work, the difference between needing vaccinations to enter a country and travel within a country, and why the idea is definitely not legal. Presented by CardoMax.com Visit our exclusive …
 
Dan Hollaway and Dakota Meyer get into the immigration crisis at the border, why we need to deal with it in a way that ignores politics or else we are collectively doomed to fail badly, the Biden administration’s hypocrisy and incompetence on immigration, why immigration is surging now, what to do about all the children at the border, and what Bord…
 
In the second installment of the CPF Fellows Roundtable Series of 2021, Spring 2021 CPF Fellow Shaniqua McClendon is joined by former Fellows Barbara Boxer (Fall 2020) and Dan Schwerin (Fall 2018) to discuss current progressive policies and debates and the future of progressivism in the U.S. This discussion was moderated by CPF Fellows Manager, Har…
 
In this episode of SDPTalks, SDP leader William Clouston speaks with Patrick Harris, the chairman of the American Solidarity Party. Patrick and William discuss the American political scene, the problems of big tech and crony capitalism, the folly of recent foreign military interventions, and the hope that communitarian politics brings for the futur…
 
In this final episode of Democratically: 2020, Karin explains 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 improvin…
 
Dan Hollaway and Dakota Meyer discuss the prospect of the United States breaking out into a civil war in the near future, what that would potentially look like, and if we are currently in a "cold civil war" — plus Dan explains the main factors that cause any civil war and Dakota addresses the “controversial” statements he made on Zero Blog Thirty a…
 
Season 1, Episode 11 Transforming the Democratic Party: sociology meets experience In which we talk further with Jonathan Smucker about how the Democratic party can connect with the needs of working class people. Music Credit: Ryan Harvey - "Light in the Morning (feat. RAAST, Shireen & bell's roar)저자 Daraka Larimore-Hall, Dick Flacks
 
CPF Co-Director Mike Murphy is joined by historians Sylvain Piron and Jay Rubenstein, former Congressman Denver Riggleman, and Marley Clements, co-creator of "QAnon: The Search For Q" on Vice, to examine the similarities between the Apocalyptic and Millenarian cults in the Middle ages to modern conspiracies around Y2K and QAnon. Featuring: Mike Mur…
 
CPF Director Bob Shrum is joined by historians Sean L. Field and Julien Théry, filmmaker Kristin Pichaske, and best-selling Author Michael Shermer to discuss the history of the Templars and how similar trends target America’s civic institutions, drawing on events from the Kennedy assassination to 9/11. Featuring: Robert M. Shrum - Director of USC D…
 
CPF Executive Director Kamy Akhavan is joined by historians Elizabeth A.R. Brown and Dallas Dennery and psychology experts Sara Gorman and Norbert Schwarz to explore how beliefs in conspiracies shaped the politics and psychology of the medieval world and our current political climate. Featuring: Kamy Akhavan – Executive Director, USC Dornsife Cente…
 
45 million Americans hold a total of $1.7 trillion in education debt. How did we get here? Guido sits down with writer and filmmaker Astra Taylor to discuss the seeds of the current crisis. How did government-backed, private loans and an anti-civil rights, anti-peace movement backlash led by Ronald Reagan and neoliberal economists produce the histo…
 
Dan Hollaway and Dakota Meyer discuss China’s mandate to make their boys more masculine while masculinity is under attack in the United States, the woke pledge the U.S. Navy is sending to its members, if the United States should keep defending Taiwan and what would happen if the United States fought China, who Dan believes is preparing for war. The…
 
Season 1, Episode 10 Jonathan Smucker (pt 1) on lessons from organizing in the rustbelt In which we speak with Jonathan Smucker, author of Hegemony How-to: A Roadmap for Radicals, on what we can learn from organizing victories in rural Pennsylvania. Music Credit: Ryan Harvey - "Light in the Morning (feat. RAAST, Shireen & bell's roar)…
 
This is not Bill Clinton’s Democratic Party. But it’s not the Squad’s party either. Today, a very special Group Chat to discuss a very large stimulus bill. Amira and Guido are joined by Mary Small, National Legislative Director for Indivisible, to react to the passage of President Biden’s American Rescue Plan. What does the massive investment in st…
 
Dan Hollaway and Dakota Meyer give their thoughts on the Democratic Socialists of America winning elections for all the leadership positions within the Nevada Democratic Party, how the left-wing media treats Biden on immigration in comparison to Trump, how the United States can solve the immigration crisis in a pragmatic way while still being compa…
 
Jennifer Hook, USC Sociology Professor, is joined by U.S. Congressman Jimmy Gomez and policy experts Brencia Berry and Vicki Shabo to discuss the state of national paid leave, policy changes under the Biden Administration and ways to advance the issue. Featuring: Brencia Berry - Political Director, PL+US Paid Leave For the United States Jimmy Gomez…
 
Dan Hollaway and Dakota Meyer break down Joe Biden’s decision to bomb Syria and how ridiculous it is that liberals are incredulous about it, if the United States has a responsibility to intervene against bad actors across the globe, if America is still the leader of the free world, and how big of a piece of sh*t Chris Cuomo is. Presented by CardoMa…
 
Spring 2021 Center Fellow Shaniqua McClendon is joined by North Carolina Representative Rachel Hunt and Former U.S. Congresswoman Barbara Comstock to discuss the importance of electing more women to national, state, and local offices, and how political parties are addressing issues important to women voters. Featuring: Barbara Comstock - Former U.S…
 
Season 1, Episode 9: Senator Monique Limon on why progressives struggle in office In which we discuss the promise, limits, and pragmatics of electing left and progressive representation. Music Credit: Keb Mo - "Put a Woman in Charge"저자 Daraka Larimore-Hall, Dick Flacks
 
Dan Hollaway and Dakota Meyer discuss ‘The Way Forward’, Dakota’s upcoming book cowritten with former SEAL Team 6 member Rob O’Neil — plus why Andrew Cuomo is finally getting the sh*t he deserves, the CDC is inflating COVID numbers, Biden is building cages for kids, and Dan explains why Alexander Hamilton sucks and what our founders (after Washingt…
 
Former California Republican Party Chairman James Brulte is joined by current and former California Treasurers Fiona Ma and John Chiang to discuss the future of California’s economy post-COVID, homelessness, transportation, climate change, and other major issues affecting California’s future. Featuring: James Brulte (moderator) - Former California …
 
In this episode of SDP Talks, SDP leader William Clouston speaks with the Italian author, journalist, and political thinker Thomas Fazi. Thomas and William discuss the failure of the post-1980 economic model, the crises of confidence and vision facing European parties of the left, why the left should support the democratic nation state, and the ten…
 
Did the Sunrise Movement… negotiate a win? Guido sits down with Varshini Prakash, co-founder of the Sunrise Movement, to check in on her well-being after four marathon years of campaigning for a Green New Deal. More than two years after the sit-in with AOC, Guido and Varshini look at Biden’s recent climate announcements and ask themselves: are we r…
 
Center Co-Director Mike Murphy is joined by a group of experts to discuss how both parties should reorient their platforms to speak to minority voters as they become the majority in the U.S. and the higher numbers of voters of color who voted for Donald Trump in the 2020 election. Featuring: Musa al-Gharbi - Paul F. Lazarsfeld Fellow in Sociology a…
 
In the first installment of the CPF Fellows Roundtable Series of 2021, CPF Fellows Barbara Comstock, Shaniqua McClendon, and Todd S. Purdum discussed the institutional aspects of American democracy from the Senate and the filibuster to gerrymandering and political parties. This discussion was moderated by CPF Fellows Manager, Harry Burke. Featuring…
 
Center Director Bob Shrum is joined by authors Thomas Frank and Theodore R. Johnson, Strategist Patrick Griffin, and Former Congresswoman Mimi Walters to discuss how Donald Trump built the second-largest voting bloc in U.S. election history Featuring: Thomas Frank - Political Analyst; Author of "The People, No: A Brief History of Anti-Populism" Pat…
 
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