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Best American Gun podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best American Gun podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Wasted Ammo Podcast is a co-hosted talk show that explores a variety of firearm and preparedness related topics that can range from guns, gear, training, personal defense and improving skill-sets. We sit down in front of the mic every week, grab a few beers and hit the record button. So join us LIVE every Wednesday night for a fun conversation about a hobby that we love.
 
Welcome to the Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit podcast. Come join Eric and Matt who are freedom-loving, meat-eating, gun shooting American guys as they discuss a broad spectrum of topics ranging from states rights, taxes and the 2nd amendment to scotch, bourbon, and cigars. Eric & Matt are both former US Army combat veterans who served together while deployed to Iraq during OIF III. Eric is most notable for his YouTube channel Iraqveteran8888 which has over 2.3 million subscribers currently a ...
 
Muddog American on the controversial topics In The News Today. What Can We Do About Them? And What Should We Do As A Nation and as a Country, but mostly as Americans. Views on this program will be opinions and thoughts from Muddog American and my callers. I am an American, a Dad, Husband, Diver, and Carpenter who likes to hang out with his family on the beach, at home, under the sea, or traveling around this great country.
 
Have Gun Will Travel was a popular American Western television series that aired on CBS from 1957 through 1963. It was the #4 show in the Nielsen ratings in its first year, and #3 for the next three years. It was one of the few television shows to spawn a successful radio version. The radio series debuted on November 23, 1958. The show followed the adventures of Paladin, a gentleman-turned-gunfighter played by John Dehner on radio, who preferred to settle problems without violence, yet, when ...
 
The Lawyers, Guns and Money podcast expands upon the political, social, academic, and artistic topics studied by the Lawyers, Guns and Money community. This includes close examinations of American politics, American history, athletics, film, music, law, and international relations. Everything, in short, that has anything to do with lawyers, guns, or money.
 
Popular Front is an independent podcast that focuses on the niche details of modern warfare. If you want to know how suicide car bombs are built by ISIS, which paramilitary factions are operating in Syria, or why American militias hoard machine guns, this podcast is for you. It's detailed, uncensored, and free from industry elitism. See more at popularfront.co
 
A weekly podcast that explains major policy issues and at a 101 level. Every week, hosts Michelle Cordero and Tim Doescher present an entertaining mix of media clips, personal stories, and interviews with Heritage experts, to break down major news stories and policy debates raging in Congress. For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
 
A black man gets into a car and heads South. A coroner pulls back a sheet and is suspicious of what he sees. An attorney wonders, "Where did this gun come from?" Buried Truths, winner of the 2018 Peabody Award, looks at still-relevant stories of injustice, resilience and racism in the American South. Season 2: The story of A.C. Hall, explores police privilege, racial conditioning and community activism. Season 1 focused on Isaiah Nixon, voter suppression and new beginnings --- from WABE, Pul ...
 
Ben Dietderich hosts the award-winning Radio Free Hillsdale show, American View, where the most prominent leaders and ordinary citizens of America join Ben to discuss the biggest issues facing the nation. Growing up in Europe, Ben knows socialism's faults all too well. Listen as he puts leftism to the test and most importantly, offers an alternative.
 
Harper’s Magazine, the oldest general-interest monthly in America, explores the issues that drive our national conversation, through long-form narrative journalism and essays, and such celebrated features as the iconic Harper’s Index. With its emphasis on fine writing and original thought Harper’s provides readers with a unique perspective on politics, society, the environment, and culture. The essays, fiction, and reporting in the magazine’s pages come from promising new voices, as well as ...
 
One of the earliest examples of literature written in the science fiction genre, From the Earth to the Moon is a part of the Voyages Extraordinaires series by French novelist Jules Verne. Written more than a century before the Apollo mission, Verne’s classic is somewhat a prophetic novel of man’s travel to the moon with its thorough and descriptive detail. A remarkable blend of action, humor, science, and audacious schemes, the timeless classic is sure to fascinate with its unique vision of ...
 
“Can He Do That?” is The Washington Post’s politics podcast, exploring the powers and limitations of the American presidency, and what happens when they're tested. Led by host Allison Michaels, each episode asks a new question about this extraordinary moment in American history and answers with insight into how our government works, how to understand ongoing events, and the implications when branches of government collide.
 
The American Health Podcast is created by the Bloomberg American Health Initiative, a project of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The Initiative works to tackle some of the most pressing challenges to public health in the United States: Addiction and Overdose, Environmental Challenges, Obesity and the Food System, Risks to Adolescent Health and Violence. Visit http://americanhealth.jhu.edu to learn more.
 
Shelf Life is a podcast from the Newberry Library about the humanities and the humans behind them. Each episode features a new conversation with librarians, curators, and researchers about anything from the history of the Chicago city grid to the secret lives of famous American authors.
 
From the Earth to the Moon (French: De la Terre à la Lune) is a humorous science fantasy story written in 1865 by Jules Verne and is one of the earliest entries in that genre. It tells the story of three well-to-do members of a post-American Civil War gun club who build an enormous sky-facing columbiad and ride a spaceship fired from it to the moon. (Summary from Wikipedia)
 
The Freedom Train is a community resource radio show linking the resources available to the community that needs them. We go out of our way to find and honor the movers and shakers in the Black Community giving them a platform to share their voices and services. You can catch us every Wednesday where ever you get your podcast or on the Freedom Train Website at www.freedomtrainradio.com
 
Gunsmoke was a long-running American old-time radio and television Western drama created by director Norman MacDonnell and writer John Meston. The stories took place in or about Dodge City, Kansas, during the settlement of the American West. The radio version ran from 1952 to 1961, and is commonly regarded as one of the finest radio dramas of all time; the television version ran from 1955 to 1975 and still holds the record for the longest-running U.S. prime time fictional television program.
 
The Klepper podcast is a companion to the new docuseries "Klepper," available now on the Comedy Central app. Jordan Klepper isn't behind a desk in New York City. He's sinking in a boat with environmental protesters in a Louisiana bayou. He's packing moving boxes with one of the nation's first Native American Congresswomen in New Mexico, and he's posting bail at the Fulton County Jail. Go behind the scenes of the front lines of American activism as Klepper breaks down some of the most complic ...
 
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A 41-year-old man who experienced a medical emergency after Austin police officers used a stun gun on him later died at a hospital, authorities said Wednesday. Officers were dispatched at 4 p.m. Tuesday to a house in the 800 block of West Slaughter Lane in South Austin. A man — whom police did not identify — began resisting and fighting two officer…
 
H-E-B employees who continue to work through the coronavirus pandemic got a celebrity message of thanks Thursday. Actor and Texas burger joint owner Mark Wahlberg sent a video message of thanks to H-E-B employees that was posted to Facebook Thursday. In the video, Wahlberg thanks H-E-B employees for “manning the frontlines for us and doing a great …
 
University of Texas professor and Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey has teamed up with local officials for a new campaign urging college students and other residents to stay home as the community tries to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The Hollywood icon and Texas native joined Mayor Steve Adler and Travis County Judge Sarah Eckh…
 
The city of Hutto has rehired an animal control officer following public protest about him being one of the 44 city employees laid off last week. Many residents submitted written comments to the City Council at a special meeting Monday asking that the city rehire its two animal control officers, especially with rabies season beginning. The city sai…
 
A family of six was displaced and a pet rabbit was killed after Austin firefighters doused a Northeast Austin house fire overnight. Fire officials said the accidental electrical fire on Carnforth Drive, near the Copperfield Nature Trails, caused about $250,000 in damage to the structure and $100,000 in damage to its contents. One occupant, who sust…
 
The city of Round Rock announced Friday that donation drop-off locations are now open for handmade surgical masks to help protect first responders and medical personnel as they treat potential COVID-19 patients. City staff said in a news release that personal protective equipment is in short supply for the Round Rock fire and police departments, Ro…
 
The American-Statesman and more than two dozen other Austin media outlets are joining together today to support All Together ATX , a community fund-raising drive to help those with economic or health hardships created by the coronavirus crisis. The Austin Community Foundation and United Way for Greater Austin are leading the effort to raise money f…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has affected operations at the emergency and transitional homeless shelter for immigrants. Casa Marianella (Mary-a-nel-a) now faces a hazier future. Three residents who haven’t felt well have been isolating. Medically vulnerable residents have been moved to other locations. And some former residents have lost their jobs or …
 
For Central Texas apartment dwellers who have lost their jobs or are working reduced hours due to the coronavirus outbreak, the arrival of April also brings a financial challenge: their rent is due. Early and honest communication to landlords and property managers -- along with providing documentation from an employer or other documentation what sh…
 
Local billionaires Michael and Susan Dell are putting up $100 million through their charitable foundation to help come up with solutions for the coronavirus pandemic. Michael Dell, founder of Round Rock-based Dell Technologies, announced through a social media post that the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation will commit $20 million toward the Therapeu…
 
When Dylan Baddour set out on his latest South American odyssey in early March, he was looking for an adventure. He got quite an unexpected one when Peru shut its borders in mid-March because of the coronavirus, stranding Baddour and his fiancée Pu Ying Huang in Cajamarca, a city high in the Andes. Baddour and Huang, as well as hundreds of American…
 
The Austin school district’s 129 campus buildings will remain closed for an indefinite period to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Superintendent Paul Cruz announced Friday. The decision means the district’s campuses are likely to remain closed for the rest of the school year, extending the mandated period set by Gov. Greg Abbott, who ordered all…
 
More than 800 people are being treated for COVID-19 in Texas hospitals, a fourfold increase from five days ago, Gov. Greg Abbott said Friday. At the same time, Texas health officials continue to expand the number of available beds and specialized equipment to treat patients stricken with COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus sweeping the …
 
Governor Andrew Cuomo’s COVID-19 press conferences rely heavily on data, as does press coverage of the pandemic. But when CJR’s Amanda Darrach got sick, she learned how misleading those numbers are. On this week’s Kicker, Kyle Pope, editor and publisher of CJR, speaks with Darrach about how we should cover the trauma of COVID-19.…
 
Ep 38: JOHN IREDALE AUSSIES UNCOVERED SPECIAL #1 + Bad boy Jack Grealish When the world is hurting and it's people are suffering, there is only one thing we can do. Release an episode of the Premier League Nightclub. What an honour it is to begin a rolling series of interviews with young Australian talent from around the globe that we've labelled '…
 
Bestselling author and historian Victor Davis Hanson phones in to discuss Trump, Coronavirus and the MASSIVE impact anti-body testing may have in the near future. Listen as Dr. Hanson explains a possible reason the virus hasn’t hit the West Coast as bad as the East and what it could mean for the ongoing duration of the nationwide quarantine. Later …
 
Local businessman and philanthropist, Gary Keller, a longtime supporter of Austin’s music community has donated $50,000 to the Health Alliance for Austin Musicians, a nonprofit that provides low cost health insurance to local artists. Last week HAAM’s executive director Reenie Collins told the Statesman that her organization was mobilizing to help …
 
The city of Georgetown closed scenic Blue Hole Park on Thursday after officials received complaints about overcrowding there in violation of social distancing requirements. The section of the walking trail going through Blue Hole Park also will be closed and barricades will be installed at Scenic Drive and at Rock Street to close off the trail. Off…
 
Through a virtual meeting, the Pflugerville City Council voted Thursday to postpone its May 2 bond election to Nov. 3 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The $96.7 million bond package focused on transportation projects, including improvements to Immanuel Road, Kelly Lane, the FM 685 corridor and Texas 45 frontage roads, as well as improving intersect…
 
The Bastrop Economic Development Corporation is establishing a local grant program to help small businesses within the city limits to survive the economic downturn wrought by the coronavirus pandemic. The grants will be distributed via cash payments to help local businesses retain employees and resources, the BEDC said in an announcement Thursday. …
 
Three Capital Metro bus operators and a mechanic have tested positive for COVID-19, the disease linked to the coronavirus, the Austin-area transit agency said on Thursday. The first bus operator who confirmed a positive test last worked on March 25, Cap Metro officials said. The second bus operator last drove March 26. The third bus operator’s last…
 
A Travis County corrections officer who tested positive for COVID-19, the disease linked to the coronavirus, has recovered and is cleared to work again, the sheriff’s office said Thursday. The corrections officer had returned to Texas from a trip to Europe in mid-March and self-quarantined when they didn’t feel well, the sheriff’s office said. The …
 
A drilling mishap on a gas pipeline project running beneath the Texas Hill Country appears to have sent thousands of gallons of a slurry into an underground waterway, muddying well water for at least two Blanco-area homeowners and angering residents. For now, Houston-based Kinder Morgan has suspended work in the area on its underground Permian High…
 
The coronavirus is costing universities hundreds of thousands of dollars. Schools like the University of Texas at Austin and Austin Community College have had to transfer thousands of classes online. Although the schools might have had existing technology infrastructure, many programs charge for additional licensing. Coupled with the costs of train…
 
Some Austin City Council members want the city to tap as much as $16 million in emergency funds to speed up aid to those whose pocketbooks have been adversely affected by the coronavirus. Council Member Delia Garza is bringing a resolution calling for the rapid deployment of the city’s emergency funds to social service nonprofits to provide financi…
 
About 276,000 out-of-work Texans filed for unemployment benefits last week, raising the total making initial claims at more than 430,000 in just the past two weeks — 16 times more than in the same period a year ago — as efforts to combat spread of the coronavirus grind the economy to a near standstill. Nationally, a record 6.65 million people filed…
 
State academic accountability ratings for school districts and campuses will be waived for 2020, a result of the coronavirus pandemic, which has forced the closure of schools across the state through May 4. Instead, all districts and campuses will receive a label that reads “Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster.” The move recognizes the closure of…
 
The Texas coronavirus death toll has nearly quadrupled over the last week, mirroring the rise in fatalities nationally, according to the latest data from the Texas Department of State Health Services. The number of statewide fatalities related to COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, jumped to 70 on Thursday. State health authorities rep…
 
In this episode Eric and Matt tackle the subject of "Hero Worship". This episode is sure to ruffle some feathers are it covers why you should not blindly follow orders from government, law enforcement and military personnel as well as well as your right to question authority. Eric & Matt are both former US Army combat veterans who served together w…
 
Gav, Keith and Matt are here with a show where we debate former LFC Players! Their arrival, highlights, influence and exit are all discussed and the lads reveal if they love or hate them! This show is brought to you by Paddy Power. Find our shows on Spotify @https://open.spotify.com/show/0vGtpqMgT4p9fpRNGrhdoM?si=_mfbiJNQQEmwJAJ7sH5Vkw Apple pods @…
 
As the spread of the novel coronavirus grows in the United States, many states finds themselves in need of medical equipment like ventilators and protective equipment for health care workers. Yet, for most states getting said equipment has not been easy. Requests have begun to outweigh supply and many states complain there’s a lack of guidance abou…
 
James Pogue hated gun culture. Having spent much of his career reporting on paramilitary groups, he especially disliked how often the “gun guys” he’d met were “small-minded or cruelly callous about the blood that guns spill, [and] evasive about the reason people actually own guns.” As Pogue points out in the April cover story of Harper’s Magazine, …
 
“One two, shake those germs off, y’all,” DJ Mel called out near the top of his Living Room Dance Party on Saturday, playing his own hype man for the roughly 2,500 viewers logged onto his Facebook Live stream. It was the third go-round for the hottest social distancing get-down in Austin, Austin360′s Residency of the Month for April. The ace party r…
 
Williamson County’s low daily increase in the number of confirmed coronavirus cases ― 55 as of Wednesday ― is because of a lack of test kits, said County Judge Bill Gravell. Gravell said he has found more test kits for the county to buy and expects to make an announcement about how many he has bought and where he got them from late Thursday or Frid…
 
An employee at a Central Austin senior living center has tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently in self-quarantine, according to an executive at the facility. Officials at Westminster Senior Living Community — home to retired politicians, business executives and professors — are not releasing other information about employee, citing privacy …
 
Several incidents of fake callers posing as a person with the Austin police Public Information Office have been reported, Austin police said. People have received calls coming from the Austin PIO number, which is 512-974-5017. The calls are for various reasons, including the caller pretending to be an Austin police investigator. Police said this co…
 
Forty-four University of Texas students who returned to Austin from a spring break trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, have tested positive for the coronavirus, UT officials said Wednesday. The university had previously confirmed only 28 of those cases. The company that ran the Cabo trip, JusCollege, comes to UT and other campuses every year to recruit…
 
Holding summer classes in person won’t be possible for the University of Texas amid the coronavirus pandemic. The school already shifted its spring semester courses online, but UT President Gregory L. Fenves’ announcement on Wednesday indicates that the disruption from the coronavirus won’t end anytime soon. Instead, summer classes will be offered …
 
Mayor Steve Adler said Wednesday the most recent projections show that Austin will have the supplies it needs to care for those sickened by the coronavirus — but only if the community helps abate the peak of infections, which the city is expected to reach in the next few weeks. Adler urged members of the community to stay the course and continue to…
 
Sick Austin area residents are waiting up to two weeks to hear if they have COVID-19 as private labs grapple with a deluge of samples to be processed. The bottleneck comes even as other residents are fighting to get tested, the result of a test kit shortage that could help fuel the disease’s spread, doctors warn. More than a dozen testing sites in …
 
More than half of the Lone Star state’s 254 counties have reported positive cases of the coronavirus as the state’s death toll from the disease rose to 58 on Wednesday — a 17-person increase from the day prior, according to new numbers from the Department of State Health Services. The number of fatalities has more than doubled since Saturday. The n…
 
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