Hi folks. This podcast ranges widely, from legal issues I've stumbled across, to history, to stories, a few interviews. Stay tuned and check me out on facebook and blogs and stuff and say hello and let me know what you think. I have four kids, live in upstate New York, homeschooling, own a business, was in Maroon a million years ago, working on a book on Pazzis, other books such as Juba, Dog Stories, lawsuits, original art. Thanks.
Federal Reserve Main Street Lending
A call about the Federal Reserve's Main Street lending program.
CMV Podcast Crosspost
in the subreddit r/changemyview I battled an army of neoliberal billionaire's boots lickers and whooped them. They had no argument, just a bunch of irrational hypotheticals and nonsensical arguments about something being "arbitrary" and in fact eliminating all science and law as "arbitrary" in the process without realizing. No argument. The revolution is the answer and no one can explain why it isn't.
Commentary on the French Revolution - phlogiston - 5:9:18
BBC History Extra Podcast interview with Steven Clark critiqued. If you want to debunk myths of the French Revolution, beating up the Jacobins is not the way to do it. Rather, if the French revolution failed, the flaw was the increase in state power.
hip hop episode - 3:19:18, 10.37 AM
Discussing lyrics in hip hop.
phlogiston - 2:27:18, 1.39 PM
Dissecting NPR propaganda. The key sources for this podcast include:
phlogiston2-23-18 - 2:23:18, 1.48 PM
Back in the podcast saddle with some media criticism (which is not entirely negative) of the BBC, Democracy Now!, and the economist radio. Follow and review the podcast please!