News And Politics Podcasts
Rated the #1 hip-hop podcast by Complex, The Combat Jack Show features in-depth interviews with icons of hip-hop culture and hilarious conversations about music culture, race and current events. Hosted by legendary hip-hop attorney Reggie "Combat Jack" Ossé alongside “Internet Celebrity” Dallas Penn and iconic producer Just Blaze, the show is what Ebony calls "a must-listen show for the internet generation." Push play to hear riveting talk with rap heavyweights like RZA, Big Boi, DJ Premiere or Fabolous, social commentary from Toure or Elliot Wilson, a random drop in from Artie Lange or even a group therapy session with the show’s admittedly dysfunctional cast. Join the "Fuckyberg Family" to out why Big Boi compared the show to "hanging out at a BBQ with my boys" and Redman called his visit to TCJS "the best interview I've done since '93".
When President Franklin D. Roosevelt took office in 1933, one in four Americans was out of work nationally, but in some cities and some industries unemployment was well over 50 percent. Equally troubling were the bank panics. Between 1929 and 1931, 4,000 banks closed for good; by 1933 the number rose to more than 9,000, with $2.5 billion in lost deposits. Banks never have as much in their vaults as people have deposited, and if all depositors claim their money at once, the bank is ruined. Millions of Americans lost their money because they arrived at the bank too late to withdraw their savings. The panics raised troubling questions about credit, value, and the nature of capitalism itself. And they made clear the unpredictable relationship between public perception and general financial health—the extent to which the economy seemed to work as long as everyone believed that it would. To stop the run on banks, many states simply closed their banks the day before Roosevelt’s inauguration. Roosevelt himself declared a four-day “bank holiday” almost immediately upon taking office and made a national radio address on Sunday, March 12, 1933, to explain the banking problem. Then until 1944 FDR spoke to America as the depression gave rise to World War II.
By Humphrey Camardella Productions
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By Divorced-Dad-Daily.com - Danny Guspie & Heidi Nabert
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Cool Mom is a lighthearted look at how women who have become mothers now view the world around them. The site features short daily videos and a frequently updated blog by TV host, standup comic, and mom-to-a-toddler Daphne Brogdon.
Orlando Attractions Magazine - The Show is a weekly fun family friendly podcast that covers all of the Orlando area theme parks, tourist attractions and more with news, in-depth reports, engaging hosts, updates and interviews. We bring you to all the most exciting happenings at the major Central Florida theme parks including Disney World, Universal, SeaWorld, Busch Gardens and more.
By Orlando Attractions Magazine
All Things Vegan explores a variety of cultural issues relating to food, animal, social justice, and environmental concerns in Bend, Oregon, and around the world. Hosts Barb & Judy invite you to join them as they speak with physicians, athletes, authors, and artists; highlight and dissect News from the Vegan Frontier; spotlight favorite recipes; showcase vegan musicians and historical figures; and much more. All Things Vegan airs monthly on KPOV, Bend Community Radio. http://allthingsveganradio.org.
By Judy Petullo & Barb Troyer
The motivation behind Red Radio starts at the roots: Erin Red's passion for veganism and animal rights. Erin is excited to broaden the vegan community’s spectrum by promoting veganism and abolition as the only ethical and healthful lifestyle choice. Of course she anticipates ‘converting’ many omnivores, however she also looks forward to supporting animal causes and charities, organizing events and meetups, and encouraging a more active and PROactive vegan community in her vicinity and far beyond. From an outspoken and realistic standpoint, Erin addresses and educates on a number of topics ranging from Veganism 101, to animal rights and abolition, to health and fitness, to environmentalism, to cooking, baking, and more. Red Radio regularly welcomes guests from the activist community along with music, television and film personalities, and will occasionally record on location at vegan hotspots, interview vegan ‘celebrities’ and include real stories with vegans of all walks of life. Erin Red's goals are to educate, entertain, and enforce. To wake people up. And have an unreasonably good time doing so. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll learn…and you’ll stop drinking pus and eating rotted flesh!
By Erin Red