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Best Bruce Rosenberger podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Bruce Rosenberger podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Keeping democracy alive Democracy is not a spectator sport, it requires informed participating citizens. On Keeping Democracy Alive, we delve into dynamics that both inhibit democracy and reinvigorate it. looking into issues from: domestic economic issues to foreign, labor, trade, and education policy, NSA spying, the drug war, prison, police, and judicial issues, electoral and protest politics, middle east realities, right and left wing populism, environmental and energy issues, the wealth ...
 
Say It Forward brings top money advisor Rebecca Rothstein with guest hosts Lee Ann Daly and Kim Garner as they go inside the real life stories of fascinating people at the vanguard of art, music, business, pop culture, TV, film, fashion and more. Their guests are often professional colleagues and friends! Some are famous, some are rich, some are both, some are neither...but all deliver juicy, insightful, often funny and always amazing stories told with heart from the heart. The interviews ta ...
 
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If the word conservative means anything, it means conserving and not wasting money. Especially public money. How long can politicians claim to be conservative when they studiously avoid looking at obvious waste? Billions, hundreds of billions, trillions. On the first The post Worshiping Waste As Long as It’s Military Waste appeared first on Keeping…
 
The similarities are uncanny and deeply disturbing: Kaiser Wilhelm II and Donald Trump share an amazing number of attributes. Such as fascination with and envy of more powerful people, the need to belittle other heads of state, believing themselves physically The post Kaiser Wilhelm and Donald Trump: Brothers from Another Mother appeared first on K…
 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Carson Group founder and CEO Ron Carson. Carson Group serves financial advisers and investors through its family of businesses including Carson Wealth (which has $12 billion in assets under management) and Carson Coaching (which has grown to be one of the leading adviser coaching programs in th…
 
The public is way ahead of politicians on this. Frightened of looking “soft on defense,” elected members of both parties duck and cover when polls show wide support for giving a serious haircut to the wild and woolly lands of The post “How Ya Gonna Pay for Medicare for All?” Here’s How appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Myths of glory and young men achieving manliness through combat serve to obscure the inherent moral injury. Especially in this period of a perpetual state of war. Without clear good guys and greater good clearly accomplished, today’s soldiers, and the The post War Myths and Moral Injury appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Jeremy Siegel, who is the Russell E. Palmer professor of finance at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School and senior investment strategy adviser at WisdomTree Asset Management. His book "Stocks for the Long Run: The Definitive Guide to Financial Market Returns & Long-Term Investment S…
 
Militarized police against African Americans and Africans as well. There’s a sharp rise in consciousness from the murder of George Floyd witnessed by millions. The many resources in Africa have been a curse for that continent, according to our guest The post BLM Movement and Shut Down AFRICOM appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Is this possibly a time of reckoning? As with all significant change, those in most pain today are once again leading. With Covid 19 further squeezing already low income people, many are in desperation just to survive. America has been The post Which America Will Be Ours After the Pandemic? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Luke Ellis, who is the chief executive officer of Man Group, the world’s largest listed hedge fund and a pioneer in the application of systematic trading since 1987. Man Group has five investment engines that manage more than $104 billion in a range of liquid and private markets. Ellis was prev…
 
Have you ever thought about how your grandparents lived, or more specifically...what they ate? It might seem pointless, but it actually can tell us a lot about our health and our bodies. Have you ever thought about how your grandparents lived, or more specifically...what they ate? It might seem pointless, but it actually can tell us a lot about our…
 
How is it that so many Americans who consider themselves religious can be so deeply devoted to a president who consistently lies and displays immoral behavior? Because Reagan and the two Bush presidencies failed; Trump is the first president to The post Trump and the Puritans: Now We Understand appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Jonathan Litt, who is the founder and chief investment officer of Land & Buildings. Litt founded Land & Buildings in the summer of 2008 and has built it into a prominent activist hedge fund in the real-estate space. He has more than 25 years of experience as a strategist and an investor in both…
 
Zinc supplements are flying off the shelves because of their immunity-boosting properties. But can you over stimulate your immune system?Zinc supplements are flying off the shelves because of their immunity-boosting properties. But can you over stimulate your immune system? Dr. Christine Horner is a leading authority on integrative and preventative…
 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with David Rosenberg, who is president, chief economist and strategist of Rosenberg Research & Associates Inc. From 2002 to 2009, he was chief North American economist at Merrill Lynch in New York, during which he was consistently ranked in the Institutional Investor All-Star analyst rankings.…
 
We need to change our attitude about diabetes.A shocking 30.3 million adult Americans live with type-2 diabetes. Another 84 million more are pre-diabetic. And, diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death. We need to change our attitude about this disease. When she finally understood the root causes underlying type-2 diabetes, Denise A. Pancyrz, …
 
Denial is the final stage for a successful genocide. Since Nuremberg, we’ve heard the phrase “Never Again.” But that requires facing real history, hearing the voice of the victims not just the winners. Though the Turkish genocide of a million The post Never Again? Denying The Crime Is Part of the Crime appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Mike Agovino is a leader and pioneer in all forms of audio entertainment. He has spent two decades operating at the front lines of media’s digital and social reinvention. His career spans both coasts – he served as President of Katz Radio, launched Clear Channel’s Radio Sales Group for over 1350 Clear Channel owned stations, he co-founded Triton Di…
 
Though President Trump openly tests the legal system and seems to flaunt the law, he may still have to answer and be held accountable. Yes, even though he’s made so many judicial appointments. Law professor and former general counsel to The post Trump May Yet Have to Answer to the Law appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with author Michael Lewis, whose books include “Flash Boys: A Wall Street Revolt,” “Moneyball: The Art of Winning an Unfair Game,” “Liar’s Poker” and “The Fifth Risk.” He is also a Bloomberg Opinion columnist, and hosts the podcast “Against the Rules.”…
 
With restrictions on access to certain mental health offices, individuals might feel like they have no where to turn during the COVID-19 pandemic.People who struggle with anxiety and depression may be feeling especially vulnerable due to social isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Not to mention the overwhelming feelings folks are likely experie…
 
Memorial Day 2020. In 2009 at age 23 Erik Edstrom went to Afghanistan as an infantry officer, Army Ranger, and became a Bronze Star Medal recipient. In this Memorial Day of the Covid 19 era, he dug up his journal The post Celebrated To Death: Afghan Vet on Memorial Day appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Ever since slave traders insisted the kidnapped people were enthusiastic about coming to America, many big businesses have thrived on lies. Remember doctors saying cigarettes were OK? Industrial Strength Denial is the name of a new book by former environmental The post Industrial Strength Denial: Is the Truth Still Powerful? appeared first on Keepi…
 
Myths are often more powerful than real history. Consider that for 200 years the meaning of the 2nd Amendment aroused no controversy. It was about both militias and individual rights for self defense. And there were limits. On this show, The post You Don’t Understand The Second Amendment appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Trauma doesn’t just reside inside your mind. Much more importantly, it locks itself in other parts of your body.These are stressful times. As the spread of coronavirus threatens our physical health, it is also becoming a real threat to our mental health. But, talk therapy may not be enough to address the fear and anxiety many of us are experiencing…
 
Democracy requires an educated populace. That means more than just pressure and STEM education, not only well qualified and competent, but we need good moral kids. Private tutoring and other franchises are doing quite well, but they are serving to The post Hyper Education: Are We Missing the Point? appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
On part one, Ron Jacobs and MayDay veteran Burt Cohen discuss the virtually unknown MayDay 1971 protest in DC when 13,000 people were arrested. And on part two, five college world security professor Michael Klare examines the significant silver lining The post I) May Day 71 II) Silver Lining of Pandemic appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Long-term stress can result in mental and physical exhaustion, as well as adrenal burnout.We all need a certain level of stress to enjoy life. This is called “eustress.” This is a level of stress in which we can handle. But, ongoing stress releases a stress hormone called cortisol, which plummets our immunity. That is never a good thing, but is esp…
 
You never heard of the Elaine Race Massacre, right? In Arkansas, in the times after World War One, black people wanted to form a union. That did not sit well with the racist culture. In 1919, a massacre of over The post Recognizing Damaged Heritage Brings Real Racial Healing appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
Bloomberg Opinion columnist Barry Ritholtz speaks with Jim Chanos, founder and managing partner of Kynikos Associates. Throughout his investment career, Mr. Chanos has identified and sold short the shares of numerous well-known corporate financial disasters. He is currently a lecturer in finance and a Becton Fellow at the Yale School of Management,…
 
On May 4, 1970, Laurel Krause was just 15 years old. That night in a hospital with her parents she identified her 19-year-old sister Allison’s lifeless body. The bullets that killed Kent State University students Allison, Jeff, Sandy and Bill, The post Kent State Plus 50: Time to Face The Truth appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
With his decades of research on the microbiome, and an expert in functional and integrative medicine, Dr. Raphael Kellman shares tips for optimizing your immunity.Beyond cautionary practices like washing your hands, social distancing, and wearing masks in public, what other steps can you take to ensure your're body is ready to fight off the coronav…
 
Both the Great Depression and today’s recession started off in a time of great economic inequality. Both economic calamities brought to the surface systemic inadequacies. Perhaps the most recognized authority on the history of the Great Depression, Stanford history professor The post Thirties Historian: This is Not Depression 2.0 appeared first on …
 
Dr. Rosenberg discusses how to manage the vulnerability we're all feeling during the pandemic.The fear, anxiety, and loss the coronavirus (COVID-19) has burdened us with can be incredibly overwhelming for both adults and children. How can you manage these unpleasant feelings? Neuroscientists suggest that the biological lifespan of a "feeling," ofte…
 
Could the coronavirus-caused sudden disruption of the worldwide economy result in unforeseen exercise of harsh nationalism and extended government emergency powers? The people protesting with AR-15s are of course threatening the rest of us taking appropriate precautions. Meanwhile our guest The post Danger of Covid 19 Government Over-Reach ? appear…
 
Trump as usual: kicking something when it’s down. The Republicans saddled the USPS with a $72 billion burden, now they are going full steam to just eliminate the postal service. After all, if it doesn’t make money, what good can The post It’s True: Trump Is Making War on the US Postal Service appeared first on Keeping Democracy Alive.…
 
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