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Best Barack Obama podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Barack Obama podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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On the record – off the clock. Veteran Atlanta political reporter Denis O’Hayer hosts a conversation between strategists from the right and the left. Democratic strategist Tharon Johnson and Republican strategist Brian Robinson bring their personalities and passion to the table for an informed, respectful and lively discussion. They spar, they delve into topics others avoid, and they give credit where it’s due. It’s all steered by Denis O’Hayer, who has covered Georgia politics for close to ...
 
Ciaran O'Connor (former communications staffer for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama) and John Wood, Jr. (former GOP officer and Republican congressional nominee against Maxine Waters) bring left and right together in an effort to heal the anger in American politics. These two millennial, political entrepreneurs take on current events, interviewing thought leaders and public figures from both sides of the aisle and looking outside the box for goodwill and common ground. John and Ciaran are le ...
 
David Plouffe, President Barack Obama’s campaign manager, digs into what the candidates are trying to accomplish in their messaging, why they are making the campaign stops they are, whether they can recover from crisis…and what is their pathway to the Democratic Nomination….then from there, the road to the White House. Plouffe’s guests are the campaign managers, the state directors, the field organizers on the ground - they don’t have opinions about what is happening, they know what is happe ...
 
On Hyphen Nation, I combine all my loves into one. Sometimes, you’ll get an episode about why Barack Obama is a fan of the show. Sometimes, you’ll get an episode about Scrubs. Sometimes, you’ll get an episode about the greatest MCs of all-time. Welcome to Hyphen Nation. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hyphen-nation/support
 
What really happens when a hacker snatches all your data? Breach digs into the who, why and how of history’s most notorious data breaches. Hosted by journalist Bob Sullivan and producer Alia Tavakolian. Season 2 - Equifax: the worst breach ever. How hackers stole the most valuable data of 145 million people, why it matters, and what we can do about it.
 
President Lyndon B. Johnson is today remembered largely for his failure in Vietnam. But before the war sunk his presidency, LBJ compiled a record of accomplishment on the domestic front unmatched since FDR. Medicare, civil and voting rights, clean air and water, Head Start, immigration reform, public broadcasting — fifty years later, these programs are so deeply woven into the fabric of American life that it is difficult to imagine the country without them. LBJ and the Great Society is a win ...
 
Milmom in Illinois. Pro military, pro troops, pro conservative, Christian, values-oriented, limited government activist against the amnesty agenda and the "Peacenik" stormtroopers like Code Pink!
 
Legendary radio host Colby "Colb" Tyner takes us back to where it all started with the biggest names in the music business and the world. Each episode is a narrative journey and in-depth conversation with the men and women that shaped hip hop. Colby is an accomplished on-air talent best known for his compelling interviews with Jay-Z, Will Smith, Quincy Jones, President Obama, President Clinton, and more.
 
Ronn Owens has had the top-rated program with KGO 810 for over 35 years. In that time he has had thousands of guests in the hot seat, including President Barack Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Steve Martin, Condoleezza Rice, Benjamin Netanyahu, John McCain, Eliot Spitzer, Joe Montana, Tony Bennett, Jimmy Carter, Willie Mays, Secretaries of State, CIA Directors and community leaders. As a versatile talk host and author, Ronn covers everything from politics to pop culture, and his show has been called th ...
 
MadamaAmbi interviews activists, feminists, womanists, thinkers & people with compelling life stories. I also do readings, poetry, song, drama & comedy when the mood strikes... I began podcasting during the 2008 presidential campaign interviewing supporters of Barack Obama, thus the name Interview4Obama. Visit the blog: madamaambi.blogspot.com
 
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Every year, Townsend Harris High School, in Queens, New York, holds a schoolwide election simulation. Students are assigned roles and begin campaigning in September. Every candidate has a staff, raises money, and makes ads for the school’s radio and television network. This fall, the school simulated the Democratic and Republican primaries. Mayor P…
 
Unfortunately while this show was a hit on FaceBook Live it didn't record on the Spreaker console even in offline mode, I will resing some of the songs and will post a link from FB LIve here: http://www.facebook.com/TheStephanieLIttleRadioShow/videos/486733358878808 or just go http://Facebook.com/TheSTephanieLittleRadioShow click video tab and sele…
 
On this Presidents' Day, with so many people wanting to choose the next (or possibly same) occupant of the White House, it's appropriate to invite Dr Donna Van Natten, author of "The Body Language of Politics: Decide who is Lying, Who is Sincere, and How You'll Vote," to be today's ROR guest. You can listen to the Ronn Owens Report weekdays at 11:3…
 
US Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, Chair of the House Subcommittee on Health, joined us to talk about potential shortages of drugs and foreign control (mainly from China) of ingredients which could make us vulnerable to huge price hikes and possibly even a threat to our National Security. You can listen to the Ronn Owens Report weekdays at 11:30am, 3:30p…
 
Lots of unity talk, but not much evidence of it in both major political parties as their big internal showdowns get closer. Loeffler, Collins, Warnock, Tomlinson, Riggs Amico, Ossoff, and Abrams are just a few of the names you’ll hear on what you might call an endorsement edition of the Political Breakfast. WABE political contributor Denis O’Hayer …
 
We got a Washington DC update from US Congressman Eric Swalwell, former Presidential candidate and member of both the Intelligence and Judiciary Committees. We asked the basic question: Now that President Trump has been impeached, where do we go from here? Also discussed was the President's interference in the Roger Stone sentence and the eventual …
 
On Tuesday, voters in New Hampshire cast their ballots in the Democratic Presidential primary. Following the debacle surrounding the Iowa caucuses, many Democrats hoped that the results from New Hampshire would bring clarity to the race. Bernie Sanders won, arguably making him the front-runner. But close behind him was Pete Buttigieg, who also narr…
 
With New Hampshire now behind us, I gave a recap of the results and where the major candidates stand as of today. Sanders won, not by as much as expected but still a clear leader. Buttiege a close second and Amy Klobuchar a surprising third. However, as I see it, the Democrats' best chance of moving Donald Trump out of the Oval Office is Michael Bl…
 
For the first time, actual votes are being cast today as voters in New Hampshire go to the polls in the nation's traditional first Primary election. We talked with Mark Curtis, National Political Director for whitehousepatch.com., discussing what a win by Bernie Sanders, who is leading the polls, would mean for party, the irony of voters in a relat…
 
"I didn't know a damn thing about poverty and didn't want the job," Sargent Shriver would later recall, of his conversation with the president, “and I told him so.” But it was no use: Lyndon Johnson had fixed on Shriver to lead his newly declared war on poverty, and that was that. But could poverty really be eradicated? And if so, how? It fell to t…
 
With California's Democratic Primary next month actually meaning something for once, candidates are coming here and running ads like never before. So says our guest, Politico's Carla Marinucci. Bernie Sanders has been leading the polls here, still is, but his margin is getting thinner, with Pete Buttigieg and Michael Bloomberg starting to draw vote…
 
The last time a Democrat won the White House, he had enormous support from black voters; lower support from black voters was one of many reasons Hillary Clinton lost in 2016. Marcus Ferrell, a political organizer from Atlanta, tells Radio Hour about the importance of turning out “unlikely voters” in order to win an election, which, for him, means b…
 
Policy-making comes to a screeching halt so that Georgia's legislature can figure out the state's money woes. Plus, President Trump promises to get involved in a Georgia senate race. Host Lisa Rayam talks with WABE's Emma Hurt and Emil Moffatt about these and other issues, including a look at Georgia's lucrative film tax credit, which got some scru…
 
In this episode of The Backstory Podcast after the multi platinum success of Enter the 36 Chambers the members of the Wu-Tang clan release several successful solo albums. The RZA's supergroup Gravediggaz, Method Man's TIcal, ODB Return to the 36 Chambers, Raekwon The Chef's Only Built For Cuban Linx, The GZA's Liquid Swords and Ghostface Killah Iro…
 
For literally decades we'd spend an hour every Monday after the Oscars having callers gat a chance to trash the Academy Awards show. So today's Report was a first: we PRE-trashed them. I brought up my way of not having to listen to hundreds of names you never heard of, my dislike of the"No Host" concept, a few comments on films I've seen.......You …
 
Washington Post syndicated columnist E. J. Dionne joined us to talk about his new book out this week, "Code Red: How Progressives and Moderates can Unite to Save our Country." We discussed both his ideas and also the principled stand Senator Romney took yesterday in voting to convict President Trump of Obstruction of Congress. You can listen to the…
 
On Monday, at the Iowa caucuses, a new smartphone app was used to report the results from each precinct. The app proved faulty, leading to a catastrophic failure to collect and report vote totals. In theory, advances in voting technology make voting easier and more accessible. In practice, they have introduced new vulnerabilities that can be exploi…
 
Dominic is the producer of our Report. Politically, we tend to agree on the way President Trump is handling his job. So imagine my surprise when his first words to me were how ashamed he was at Speaker Pelosi's ripping up her copy of last night's State of the Union address. Let's just say I disagreed. You can listen to the Ronn Owens Report weekday…
 
David explains where the campaigns stand coming out of Iowa’s delayed results as the candidates head to New Hampshire. Then, Steve Schmidt joins David to talk about New Hampshire, a state he knows well and The Lincoln Project, whose mission is to defeat President Trump and Trumpism at the ballot box. Schmidt is a national political strategist who p…
 
So we have the first votes that count in Iowa and, until this afternoon at best, we still have no results. Why? There were apparently "inconsistencies" in the reporting of results and the state's Democratic Party wanted to do "quality control" to make sure they get it right.Meanwhile, the latest Gallup Poll came out and President Trump received the…
 
On the night of JFK’s assassination, with the nation reeling, Lyndon Johnson stayed up all night with two young aides, and laid out a list of legislative initiatives he proposed to pursue. In its scope, vision, and sheer audacity, the list was astonishing, affecting nearly every aspect of American public life, from health care to voting rights to e…
 
The Super Bowl ads were our topic on today's Report, as we were joined by Sarah Owens, Director of Business Development for Cutwater, an independent creative and media agency. (Full disclosure: Sarah is my older daughter.) We talked about ads we liked, such as "Loretta" (Google) and "Smaht (Pahk" (Hyundai) and ones we didn't, "Winona in Winona" (Sq…
 
In the nineteen-thirties, authoritarian regimes were on the rise around the world—as they are again today—and democratic governments that came into existence after the First World War were toppling. “American democracy, too, staggered,” Jill Lepore wrote in The New Yorker, “weakened by corruption, monopoly, apathy, inequality, political violence, h…
 
Governor Brian Kemp's pick for the U.S. Senate, Kelly Loeffler, gets some unwanted competition as Republican Doug Collins jumps into the race. Host Lisa Rayam talks with WABE political reporters Emma Hurt and Emil Moffatt about the drama surrounding the open Senate race, which now also includes prominent Democrat Rev. Raphael Warnock. We also talk …
 
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