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Best Intercepted podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Intercepted podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The people behind The Intercept’s fearless reporting and incisive commentary—Jeremy Scahill, Glenn Greenwald, Betsy Reed and others—discuss the crucial issues of our time: national security, civil liberties, foreign policy, and criminal justice. Plus interviews with artists, thinkers, and newsmakers who challenge our preconceptions about the world we live in.
 
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In today's episode, we're keeping it 100 with our 100th episode! Thank you guys for giving us a place to vent, fanboy, and just have a good time! Star Trooper, a GREAT Heinlein novel, or just an adequate movie? Scott watches Aliens and gives his thoughts and the genius that was Bill "Game Over" Paxton. The rumor mill is turning...a surprise return …
 
As Donald Trump promises the pandemic will “disappear,” the U.S. simultaneously grapples with a public health disaster, economic collapse, and a social crisis. This week on Intercepted: The Intercept’s Murtaza Hussain is joined by military expert and anthropologist David Kilcullen. He discusses the global national security implications unleashed by…
 
In today's episode, The Adjudicator contemplates a new "Naked Gun" franchise, and how did "Uncle Milty" get involved? Covid-19 and our podcast, or "Where did Spring go?" The Sith Librarian provides some really bad advice. (Naughty Sith) Social Distancing NYC Style. We introduce a new section called, "The Baby Bump", where Frank keeps us, and our li…
 
As Trump vows to smash leftist movements, we take a comprehensive look at the life of the revolutionary Black socialist, antifascist, and artist Paul Robeson. University of Houston historian Dr. Gerald Horne, author of “Paul Robeson: The Artist as Revolutionary,” discusses Robeson’s life from his early years to his time in Europe on the brink of a …
 
A bipartisan coalition of lawmakers led by Rep. Liz Cheney, daughter of Dick Cheney, is trying to stop Trump from withdrawing troops from Afghanistan. This week on Intercepted: As the longest continuous war in U.S. history enters its 19th year, Congressional Democrats and Republicans are joining together in an effort to keep the war going. Constitu…
 
In today's episode, The Adjudicator tells a tale. We are thankful for our opening disclaimer. :) "I'm Batman!" Flash Point, baby, and Batman rumor galore! The "Boys" are back in town, and The Librarian creates a new superhero. What, MORE Force Healers? You know, people see what they want to see. The Adjudicator drops a surprising Truth on The Chari…
 
As cases of Covid-19 skyrocket across the U.S., Trump passionately focuses on defending the legacy of the Confederacy and white supremacist monuments. Native American historian Nick Estes explains the crimes against Indigenous people committed by the four presidents whose faces are carved into Mount Rushmore. Black Lives Matter demonstrations again…
 
In today's episode, advice from The Adjudicator, "Never look up Chat Roulette!" Good advice! Every time The Librarian speaks another EU tale loses its canonization. Juneteenth. Star Wars is in the air with rumors of a new Clone Wars spin-off! Marvels: Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Final Mission -vs- Season 6: Rise of the Coulson. The trio discusses t…
 
Dr. Robin D.G. Kelley, a distinguished history professor at UCLA, explains why he believes the current abolitionist movement has the potential to fundamentally change the country and offers a historical analysis of the weaponization of racial capitalism throughout U.S. history. He also tells the story of the Black-led communist party of Alabama in …
 
In today's episode, "Is Yapple a Kevin?" #BabyYodaIsYapple Is it true that all you need is a dollar and a dream, or does winning the Lottery mean that Death is going to come a-knocking? EA games drop the trailer for the next Star Wars video game, "Star Wars: Squadrons". Bill and Ted: Face the Music, Wyld Stallions! Aka, "The Return of John Wick and…
 
In today's episode, the Librarian remembers Alaska. Does the Mandalorian have the "Power" of Pine? Who is the Jedi Teacher's Pet? Ahsoka, Jedi school dropout, no graduation day for you. Bookstores of the past and the bookmobile of Staten Island! Is Jon Favreau the 2nd Coming of George Lucas?? And, in the Main Event, our impressions of the 4th episo…
 
Chenjerai Kumanyika, assistant professor of journalism and media studies at Rutgers University, hosts a special two part discussion. Kumanyika is co-host of the podcasts Uncivil and Scene on Radio. He is an organizer with 215 People’s Alliance, and the Debt Collective. He is joined for this special episode of Intercepted by the iconic geographer an…
 
Chenjerai Kumanyika, assistant professor of journalism and media studies at Rutgers University, hosts a special two part discussion. Kumanyika is co-host of the podcasts Uncivil and Scene on Radio. He is an organizer with 215 People’s Alliance, and the Debt Collective. He is joined for this special episode of Intercepted by the iconic geographer an…
 
In today's episode, "Is Mario Pebbles still alive?" Why doesn't Boba Fett take his helmet off? All his friends are doing it, I guess he doesn't want to be popular. In the Main Event, what's going on in the entertainment industry during Covid-19? The Librarian floats an idea for "Social Distancing" on set. We discuss the three faces of the Mandalori…
 
With the threat of a widespread military deployment in U.S. cities looming, the president is acting as an authoritarian dictator. Dr. Keisha Blain, author of "Set the World on Fire: Black Nationalist Women and the Global Struggle for Freedom," discusses the history of black rebellion against police violence, the deadly ‘Red Summer” of 1919, and the…
 
On today's episode, we discuss Howard the Duck, and whether to just watch the entire Lea Thompson film collection. The truth of the Hive Mind. What?? The Mandalorian is going to explain the return of Palpatine? Say it ain't so Favreau..and how does Moff Gideon fit into the picture? A familiar face will be filling two familiar roles. And, in the Mai…
 
The modern Republican Party has mastered the art of voter suppression and gerrymandering, but the president is now seeking to exploit the pandemic to aid these efforts. In between tweets accusing Joe Scarborough of being involved with the death of an intern decades ago and spending time on the golf course as the U.S. neared 100,000 coronavirus deat…
 
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