Artist, Activist, Journalist, Musician, Political Consultant Michael Salamone's internet chat show is sometimes serious, sometimes funny, sometimes random.
Salamone (the podcast) Ep.125
We're not supposed to gather for Thanksgiving, so Michael didn't even do so virtually. In this short episode, Michael explains why he doesn't normally celebrate Thanksgiving anyhow, but how and why gratitude is so very important to him just the same.
Salamone (the podcast) ep.124 with John MacDonald
With so much disinformation going around surrounding election integrity in the United States, Michael Salamone chats with his friend John MacDonald, who has studied the issue extensively. The two explore the claims being made by the GOP regarding the 2020 Presidential election in comparison to real election integrity issues including voting machine manufacturers, black-box machines, voter suppression and more.
John MacDonald is https://twitter.com/Alexand3rTheMeh (@Alexand3rTheMeh on Twitter) and co-host of the podcast https://soundcloud.com/expandthediscourse (The Discourse). That podcast features special content for supporters of their https://www.patreon.com/ExpandTheDiscourse (Patreon).
Suggested reading on this topic:
https://inthesetimes.com/article/voting-machines-gone-wild (Voting Machines Gone Wild)
https://www.propublica.org/article/the-market-for-voting-machines-is-broken-this-company-has-thrived-in-it (The Market for Voting Machines Is Broken)
https://WhereIsThePaper.org (WhereIsThePaper.org )Onhttp://www.wheresthepaper.org/BBV_GEMSreport.htm ( Diebold Machines)
https://www.thenation.com/article/archive/something-rotten-ohio/ (Something Rotten In Ohio)
https://www.bloomberg.com/features/2016-how-to-hack-an-election/ (How to Hack an Election)
https://www.securitymagazine.com/articles/93385-can-the-voting-process-be-hacked (Can the Voting Process Be Hacked?)
https://www.politico.com/news/2020/08/31/election-security-hole-406471 (The Election Security Hole Everyone Ignores)
Salamone (the podcast) ep. 123 with guest Wendi Muse
Michael Salamone chats with Wendi Muse, founder of Left POCket Project about her work studying historical leftists of color and Black led leftist movements in context of the 2020 election results.
Wendi Muse is a PhD candidate at NYU in history, specifically studying Black and Brown leftist movements. Through her Left POCket Project she aims to educate others on these topics through a reading list and podcast.
Left POCket Project podcasts can be found on https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/leftpoc/id1329313097 (Apple podcasts), https://soundcloud.com/leftpoc (SoundCloud) and so many more services. Michael is a big fan of their podcast and often refers to it as "the most educational podcast out there."
Wendi can be found on Twitter https://twitter.com/MuseWendi (@MuseWendi) and Left POCket Project at https://twitter.com/LeftPOC (@LeftPOC). LeftPOC is also on https://www.facebook.com/leftpoc/ (Facebook) and https://www.patreon.com/leftpoc (Patreon).
Salamone (the podcast) ep. 122: Tara Reade & Prof. Anthony Zenkus
Michael Salamone chats with author Tara Reade and Prof. Anthony Zenkus about Tara's new book, "Left Out: When the Truth Doesn't Fit In" detailing her experiences as a sexual assault victim while an aide to then Senator Joe Biden, her experiences trying to come forward, enduring character assassination, and trying to navigate the road to recovering from trauma.
Tara Reade is an author, Former Senate aide, Survivor, Animal Rights activist and poet. You can get the Kindle copy of her book now, or pre-order the hard copy, at http://TaraReadeAuthor.com (TaraReadeAuthor.com).
Prof. Anthony Zenkus teaches at Columbia and Adelphi Universities Schools of Social Work in NY. He is a social worker, educator and trauma expert who has trained over 1,000 judges on trauma, managed rape crisis centers and has trained police, prosecutors, medical professionals and journalists on how to approach trauma victims.
If you or someone you know is being victimized or has experienced trauma they need help coping with, please consider the following links:
Echo Training: providing trauma and resilience training for families, communities and organizations. http://EchoTraining.org (EchoTraining.org)
Voices In Action: A survivor-founded and led nonprofit fighting to change the culture of suxual misconduct and violence. http://VoicesInAction.org (VoicesInAction.org)
National Sexual Violence Resource Center: Providing leadership in preventing and responding to sexual violence. http://nsvrc.org (nsvrc.org)
ep. 121 - October 29, 2020
Michael Salamone is joined by the show's most frequent guest, Rev. Quincy Worthington, to reboot the podcast and talk about looming violence in America and the need for mutual aid.
Referenced in the episode is a Buzzfeed article about the Political Stress Index in coalition to economic injustice and contrasted to the build up to the Civil War. That piece can be found https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/peteraldhous/political-violence-inequality-us-election?bftwnewsandutm_term=4ldqpgc#4ldqpgc (HERE).
To learn more about how to work on a mutual aid project in your own backyard, see https://www.shareable.net/how-to-start-a-mutual-aid-network-in-a-pandemic/ (THIS )Shareable piece.
Salamone: episode 120
Nobody invited Michael Salamone to give a commencement speech, but he's going to give one anyway.
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Solid mainstream media alternative!
I discovered this podcast a few months ago whilst searching for some solid alt media. Updated regularly, Salamone offers engaging, informative political dialogue with interesting guests each week. It has a solid presence among the alt media shows that are beginning to blossom these days...Definitely check it out if you’re fatigued from the MSM!
This guy is one of the best out there, giving a historical, informed, and intelligent opinion of the current circus that is the 2016 campaign. Follow him on Twitter for some great snark too!