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Listen to programs, interviews, and conversations with Peter Boghossian. This show started as "All Things Re-Considered," which took a closer look at the ideological capture of NPR. That program is complete, but the podcast is carrying on with interviews, conversations, and new projects from Peter and his team at National Progress Alliance. Visit to learn more--and consider making a donation to support this work: https://www.nationalprogressalliance.org/donate/Thank you for listening. Communicate with us at https://boghossian.substack.com/Watch Peter's videos and subscribe on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/@drpeterboghossian

Conversations with Peter Boghossian Peter Boghossian

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7 • 172 Ratings

Listen to programs, interviews, and conversations with Peter Boghossian. This show started as "All Things Re-Considered," which took a closer look at the ideological capture of NPR. That program is complete, but the podcast is carrying on with interviews, conversations, and new projects from Peter and his team at National Progress Alliance. Visit to learn more--and consider making a donation to support this work: https://www.nationalprogressalliance.org/donate/Thank you for listening. Communicate with us at https://boghossian.substack.com/Watch Peter's videos and subscribe on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/@drpeterboghossian

    Episode 1: NPR Coverage of Kyle Rittenhouse & Ibram X. Kendi

    Episode 1: NPR Coverage of Kyle Rittenhouse & Ibram X. Kendi

    Welcome to the first episode of All Things Re-Considered! This 5-episode series is an analysis of NPR journalism.

    In this episode, we hear from former NPR listeners about falling out of love with NPR,  insights from a former public media journalist, and conversation between Peter Boghossian and Matt Thornton about NPR's coverage of Kyle Rittenhouse and Ibram X. Kendi.

    This podcast is taken from the original YouTube video. To watch, visit https://youtu.be/PPvNucxB7TI

    Episode 2 will be released Wednesday, October 19, so stay tuned!

    • 1 hr
    Episode 2: NPR Coverage of Professor Harassment & Elon Musk (Free Speech)

    Episode 2: NPR Coverage of Professor Harassment & Elon Musk (Free Speech)

    Episode 2 of All Things Re-Considered explores the dangers of free speech, James Damore, academic harassment, where NPR gets its "experts," how Ira Glass broke a woman's heart, how the ACLU is breaking Ira Glasser’s heart, similarities between NPR and Fox News, and much more. A former public media journalist explains how NPR’s fashionable ideology facilitates bad journalism and former listeners share the stories that pushed them over the edge.  

    This podcast is taken directly from the video released on YouTube. 
    To watch: https://youtu.be/U2RsN9g6huo. 

    Connect with Peter Boghossian and the team at https://boghossian.substack.com/

    • 53 min
    Episode 3: Dinosaur Emojis & NPR's Compassionate Look at Antifa

    Episode 3: Dinosaur Emojis & NPR's Compassionate Look at Antifa

    Welcome to Episode 3 of All Things Re-Considered: Dinosaur Emojis & NPR's Compassionate Look at Antifa. We learn about T*RF demands, trans dinosaurs, bad journalism, objectivity, nonbinary alligators, the hyper-morality of Antifa, and much more. We also hear from three more former listeners (one masked) about their departure from NPR and public radio. Enjoy!

    • 58 min
    Episode 4: NPR Standards, Rachel Levine, & the Diversity Training Ban

    Episode 4: NPR Standards, Rachel Levine, & the Diversity Training Ban

    Topics include NPR vs. Public Radio, Trump trigger warning, cultivating fragility, holding powerful people accountable, not holding Rachel Levine accountable, ideology vs. science, divisive training, and much more. 

    View this episode at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RHnGHhWnTP0

    • 1 hr 2 min
    EXTRA: Update to NPR's Trans Dinosaur Emoji Story

    EXTRA: Update to NPR's Trans Dinosaur Emoji Story

    Gina, host of "Morning Sedition" on All Things Re-Considered, shares an update regarding the dinosaur emoji story from Episode 3 (https://youtu.be/Latb4tOUG-0)

    All Things Re-Considered received an interesting critique about the trans dinosaur emoji story we analyzed in Episode 3. We criticized the story for failing to include events explaining why feminists (so-called T*RFs) used the dinosaur emoji in September 2021. YouTube user “Fake Chuck” claimed NPR’s story DID​ provide the background information and he shared a link to prove it.

    Unfortunately for Fake Chuck, the link he provided was not to the story NPR ran, but to a former version of the story. While this former version does mention David Lammy’s dinosaur insult and feminists’ subsequent embrace of dinosaur emojis, NPR chose to redact this information when it released the story on its website and to public radio stations for broadcast. Knowing this is quite enlightening.

    You can view this episode at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ABiQYnlRpB4&t=27s

    • 5 min
    Episode 5: NPR Coverage of Fat Acceptance & George Floyd/Buffalo Massacre

    Episode 5: NPR Coverage of Fat Acceptance & George Floyd/Buffalo Massacre

    Fat identity/justice/liberation, intersectionality, saving public radio, interracial violence, George Floyd, Waukesha, Tony Timpa, Buffalo, data data data, qualified immunity and much more. 
     
    This is our final episode of All Things Re-Considered for the season. We will release a conversation about what we learned next week. This is a great time to leave feedback about the show and suggest other topics for re-consideration (besides NPR)!

    Watch the series on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYNjnJFU-62s5cNuqeB-D-7QPymF6myk_

    • 1 hr 14 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
172 Ratings

172 Ratings

early300 ,

Awesome

I just found this podcast. It’s brilliant! I hope you do more.

CredibleReviews ,

Enjoy but can be better

Big fan of Peter, brilliant guy. I enjoyed the episode with Jens. My one area of constructive criticism would be sometimes there’s some questions that are missed. It’s inevitable the more interviews you do the better you’ll get. The NPR series is the best because they’ve been gaslighting us about whats happened there..

Beantown Billy Goat ,

GREAT show but…

…that episode with Carl Benjamin and Nina Power. You do a great disservice by having on Power as a Christian apologist. She is not equipped at all for the questions and discussion presented. Carl was spot on in his critiques (and I am a Christian). I would recommend Jay Dyer for the topics Nina and Carl covered and much more (academic cells, pop culture’s occult symbolism, wokeness and many other things you’re interested in). He would be a great guest for a one on one episode. Incredibly knowledgeable and would also make for an excellent discussion with Carl should you have Mr. Benjamin on again. I believe they know one another. Jay Dyer has for many years been on the leading edge of the same war as you, albeit on a different front. Love your show and you Mr. Boghossian.

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