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People are ready to go deeper, be more truthful, and face challenges that confront us in more meaningful ways. We need to talk about causes and not just symptoms, face some inconvenient truths, and have more than prepackaged conversations among us. One question weaves through The Marianne Williamson Podcast - how did we get to where we are, and how can we change things now?
 
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Should government be run like a business? No, says Donald Cohen, the founder and executive director of In The Public Interest and author of the book “The Privatization of Everything: How the Plunder of Public Goods Transformed America and How We Can Fight Back" In this episode, Marianne & Donald go deep into the insidious ways that private industry…
 
“Get me out of here.” Five simple words religious scholar Diana Butler Bass heard repeatedly while sitting in a pew at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC. But why? And who was whispering this to her? Jesus. And she writes about why in her latest book, Freeing Jesus: Rediscovering Jesus as Friend, Teacher, Savior, Lord, Way, and Presence Diana…
 
Marianne Williamson discusses spirituality and brain science with stroke survivor and neuroscientist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor. The two talk about Dr. Taylor's recovery, the difference in the brains of boomers and millennials and how to create and keep a healthy brain. The conversation stems from Dr. Taylor's latest book, "Whole Brain Living: The Anato…
 
Marianne talks to Real News Network editor-in-chief Max Alvarez in the wake of the historic vote to unionize a Staten Island Amazon warehouse. The two discuss the lead up to the vote, why it was successful as well as the history of labor in the United States. Read, listen to and watch Max Alvarez's work: https://therealnews.com Follow Max on Twitte…
 
Thousands of Americans now reject the American experiment and are actively trying to tear the country apart. White nationalists have infiltrated just about every community, seriously armed, and can be found in towns and cities across the United Stares. Marianne discusses all of this with author Stephen Marche who details the problems we face in his…
 
The ascension of far right politics in this country didn't happen overnight - it was manufactured over decades. Marianne Williamson talks to author Nancy MacLean about her book “Democracy in Chains,” chronicling how proponents of property rights absolutism thought they could only succeed by putting “democracy in chains.” Democracy in Chains Mariann…
 
Status Coup’s Jordan Chariton can be found at some of the most important events of the last decade. His on-the-ground reporting from Flint, Standing Rock and the 2020 BLM protests among others brings us the in-depth coverage the corporate media ignores. So why is his material being suppressed? Jordan and Marianne sit-down to discuss the state of th…
 
According to journalist Andrew Cockburn in his latest book, The Spoils of War: Power, Profit and the American War Machine, our bloated $778 billion defense budget doesn’t necessarily provide for our safety. Cockburn, the Washington editor of Harper’s, has spent decades covering the Pentagon and defense industry and says money and power - not legiti…
 
Routing the Taliban from Afghanistan was a successful exercise in brute force. But keeping them out - and helping the Afghans keep them out - was something that required skills not currently in America’s tool box. If anything, we proved the ultimate futility of endless violence. We succeeded at waging war, but we failed miserably at providing the c…
 
Subscribe to Marianne's Substack, TRANSFORM: MarianneWilliamson.Substack.com Visit FreeDonziger.com to learn more about Steven and his case. Follow Steven Donziger on Twitter: https://twitter.com/sdonziger Steven Donziger is a Harvard law school graduate who went to Ecuador in the 1990’s. He was traveling with a team of lawyers and doctors to view …
 
REFLECTIONS ON AFGHANISTAN: A lecturer of conflict resolution at the American University in Afghanistan, Obaidulluh Baheer decided to stay in Kabul when many were trying to escape during the US evacuation. His family history made him feel he could have a unique role to play in helping the country make a palatable transition to Taliban rule. Subscri…
 
REFLECTIONS ON AFGHANISTAN: My guest for this episode of Conversations with Marianne is Joe Cirincione, a distinguished fellow at the Quincy Institute for Responsible Statecraft in Washington DC. Previously Joe worked for the US House of Representatives on the Armed Services Committee and the Committee on Government Operations. In our conversation …
 
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