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Best Iraq podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Iraq podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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EYES LEFT is a military podcast hosted by two anti-war Army veterans of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars, Spenser Rapone and Mike Prysner, covering issues from a left-wing and socialist perspective. EYES LEFT gives updates and progressive commentary on military news, war developments, failings of military leadership, veterans’ issues, radical military history, and how US troops can resist Trump.
 
Servicemembers from across the military, sharing their accounts of combat and survival. Hosted by sports talk radio host and Army veteran, Mark Zinno, this podcast brings you firsthand accounts of war, with a perspective you only get from someone who has lived through it. From WWII to Vietnam, Somalia, and the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, hear inspirational stories of service and resiliency from those who have fought on and off the battlefield!
 
If you’re not angry, you’re not paying attention. The state of affairs in our country has made us all Angry Americans. But it’s righteous, justifiable, vigilant anger. An anger that drives positive change. The anger that started the American Revolution and drove the Civil Rights movement. In times of national distress, it’s our anger that can unite and inspire us all. Your host is Paul Rieckhoff. He’s a fighter, a patriot, and an independent political and media force to be reckoned with. Aft ...
 
Every service member will get out of the military one way or another. This is a show about those that did or are serving, lessons learned & the tales to be told. Tall tales of the battle field, stories of the high seas. The mission in every episode is to be inform and entertain. Most importantly help our brothers and sisters. So Dig in join the fight, then pop smoke til next time.
 
Debra Newell is a successful interior designer. She meets John Meehan, a handsome man who seems to check all the boxes: attentive, available, just back from a year in Iraq with Doctors Without Borders. But her family doesn’t like John, and they get entangled in an increasingly complex web of love, deception, forgiveness, denial, and ultimately, survival. Reported and hosted by Christopher Goffard from the L.A. Times.
 
Everyday for your entire life, you've been force fed garbage, and you're expected to take it with a smile! Now is the time to stop those pesky schools, social media, and news networks from leading you off a cliff into an eternal sleep. Wake up today! Open your mind to the world, as real people , with real jobs (just like you) fill you in on The Statist Quo!Join our host Matt, an Iraq War veteran and ex-convict. If a former, enthusiastic cog in the war machine can break away from the statist ...
 
IN THEIR BOOTS is a compelling new magazine show about the dramatic impact the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are having on us - the people here at home. The show will feature our Iraq and Afghanistan service men and women and their families in stories and situations that have universal appeal.
 
Between The Lines is a weekly syndicated half-hour radio newsmagazine featuring progressive perspectives on national and international political, economic and social issues. Since 1991, Between The Lines has provided in-depth, timely analysis on a wide range of political, economic and social issues including: the history and consequences of two U.S. wars with Iraq; increasing disparity in wealth in the U.S.; coverage of the global social justice movement and related protests challenging the ...
 
Between The Lines is a weekly syndicated half-hour radio newsmagazine featuring progressive perspectives on national and international political, economic and social issues. Since 1991, Between The Lines has provided in-depth, timely analysis on a wide range of political, economic and social issues including: the history and consequences of two U.S. wars with Iraq; increasing disparity in wealth in the U.S.; coverage of the global social justice movement and related protests challenging the ...
 
Features conversations with people who offer pieces of the puzzle of “a world that just might work” -- provocative approaches to business, environment, health, science, politics, media and culture. Guests have included Michael Lewis, Ken Burns, Arianna Huffington, Paul Krugman, Temple Grandin, Bill Maher, Cornel West, Doris Kearns Goodwin, and Norman Lear. [http://terrencemcnally.net]
 
I'm home from Iraq and won't have to return. Carrying on with my oath to defend the Constitution, I am free to focus now on the domestic enemies. This show is the successor to my first podcast, Watch it Burn, which I began while I was deployed to Iraq in 2006. In its first nine months online, Watch it Burn had been downloaded or streamed more than 360,000 times, from 38 countries, and had also been featured on NPR and broadcast via shortwave pirate stations on the eastern seaboard of the mai ...
 
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Michael Rakowitz’s Iraqi heritage is a cultural thread running through much of his art. We follow him at work on a new installment of a long-running project called The Invisible Enemy Should Not Exist, which creates what he calls ‘ghosts’ of archaeological objects that have been destroyed or looted from Iraq in the 21st century. Sarah Geis follows …
 
In our news wrap Thursday, Iran dismissed President Trump's claim it is planning an attack on U.S. targets in Iraq. On Twitter, Foreign Minister Javad Zarif wrote "Iran starts no wars, but teaches lessons to those who do." Also, a Pakistani court has rejected the murder conviction of the accused mastermind in the 2002 killing of Daniel Pearl. Ahmed…
 
Between Iraq and a Hard Place - Episode 39 Hannah and Colleen talk about the beautiful extravagance of Kurdish hospitality and walk you through what it's like to go on a visit to a Kurdish or Middle Eastern home. Hospitality is a key cultural value and is both generous and overwhelming in Northern Iraq and sometimes even when we visit our Middle Ea…
 
How is the US military tackling COVID-19? How are they testing our troops deployed in combat? As the pandemic hits, how can they care for the rest of us here at home? As the National Guard and Pentagon prepare to deploy people and assets nationwide to fight coronavirus, this important and inspiring guest will break it all down. Host, activist and I…
 
Amber Smith grew up in a family steeped in military service and experienced in flying. So after high school, Smith joined the U.S. Army and trained to become a Kiowa combat helicopter pilot. In this edition of "Veterans Chronicles," Smith details what's it's like to fly a helicopter and the challenges of doing while taking fire in close support of …
 
The Duran Quick Take: Episode 522.The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss how the pandemic crisis that is set to break apart the European Union. Spain's Prime Minister, Pedro Sánchez recently stated that the 'EU either responds with unwavering solidarity or our the union fails.'The Patriot Beacon#1 Tactical Fla…
 
Two months ago was a different time. That's when we put out a bonus episode about the fun we were planning to have in a Disney World vacation. In this episode, we're looking back at the reality we experienced. We talk about the many highs, the few lows, and the constant battle against exhaustion. Time will tell when, and even if, the parks can be e…
 
MARY O’HARA grew up in deep poverty in Belfast, Northern Ireland during the Troubles. In THE SHAME GAME, she fights to break the power of the narrative that excuses the cruel and unjust treatment of our most vulnerable. We talk about her own story and the stories of others who have begun to move past that narrative in their own lives, often through…
 
A measured decision led Tom Kerr to pursue the Green Beret after 4 years in the Infantry. He wanted to do more in combat, serve with the elite, and know that what he was doing every time he deployed to a combat theater was not only challenging, but tangible. Following more deployments as a Green Beret, a back injury nearly sent Kerr out of the mili…
 
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo say it's a "good sign" new hospitalizations are down in the state. Dr. Steve Corwin, President and CEO of New York-Presbyterian joins Anderson Cooper to discuss what he's seeing in his hospitals across one of the most hard hit areas. He also gives an update on supplies, including N95 masks and ventilators. Plus, Senat…
 
We are now a world at war. The coronavirus is the enemy we all face. And we are all united in our fight against that enemy. The Dispatches is a new quick-hit pod hosted by Iraq war veteran, author and activist Paul Rieckhoff that gives you news and information you can use in the fight to protect those around you, kill the virus and help win the war…
 
The U.S. death toll from coronavirus has passed 10,000, as public health officials warn Americans to brace for a sad and somber week. Although cases appear to be leveling off in New York, they are surging in Michigan and other parts of the country. Meanwhile, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been hospitalized and moved to the ICU. John Yang…
 
In our news wrap Monday, the former inspector general for U.S. intelligence is urging other watchdogs not to be muzzled by his ouster. Michael Atkinson was fired by President Trump Friday for passing along the whistleblower complaint that led to Trump's impeachment. Also, the State Department has designated a Russian white supremacist group a terro…
 
The number of coronavirus cases in the Middle East has risen to nearly 60,000, doubling in a single week. Governments in the region are scrambling to try to prevent the virus' spread, knowing that their fragile health care systems stand little chance against a disease that has overwhelmed the world's most medically advanced countries. Special corre…
 
The Duran Quick Take: Episode 521.The Duran’s Alex Christoforou and Editor-in-Chief Alexander Mercouris discuss the make or break meeting for Saudi Arabia, where Russia and the United States will push for an end to the oil production war launched by Saudi Crown Prince MbS.The Patriot Beacon#1 Tactical Flashlight on the MarketLink: https://www.patri…
 
The commercial real estate market has been clobbered in this crisis, as restaurants and stores virtually shut down entirely throughout the month of March. On this week’s Odd Lots episode, we speak to Tom Barrack, the CEO of Colony Capital, on the crisis facing the industry, and what he feels needs to be done further to prevent the industry from goi…
 
OPEC, primarily Saudi Arabia, has found blame for the recent price collapse, with calls from the US Congress for tariffs, import bans and sanctions. To start this week’s Capitol Crude, Senator Kevin Cramer, a North Dakota Republican, talks about his views on how the Saudis are trying to...By S&P Global Platts
 
Britain's Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who has tested positive for COVID-19, was admitted to the hospital late Sunday. The prime minister has been in isolation at his residence next door to 10 Downing Street. The government says Johnson is running a high temperature and that the hospitalization is precautionary. Special correspondent Ryan Chilcote…
 
EU Commission head, Ursula von der Leyen, has apologized to Italy for the disastrous response to the Covid-19 pandemic.Von der Leyen rolled out the idea for a new financial package to subsidize salaries at companies struggling, called SURE, which would provide a total of €100 billion in loans to EU member states to prevent massive lay-offs.Is it en…
 
Despite the CDC recommending Americans voluntarily wear "cloth face coverings" in public, President Trump says he will not. Dr. Sanjay Gupta joins AC360 to discuss whether or not wearing a face mask or cloth covering could help stop the spread of the virus. Plus, Peter Navarro, the National Defense Production Act Policy Coordinator, tells Anderson …
 
The coronavirus pandemic has claimed some 7,000 lives across the United States, with more than 40 percent of those in New York. The state's governor, Andrew Cuomo, said he will seize vital unused equipment from private hospitals if necessary in order to treat the surge in COVID-19 patients. Meanwhile, new numbers drive home the outbreak's devastati…
 
In our news wrap Friday, authorities in Maryland are searching the Chesapeake Bay for a granddaughter and great-grandson of the late Robert F. Kennedy. The pair were in a canoe Thursday afternoon when strong winds developed and have been missing since. Also, singer-songwriter Bill Withers died from heart issues in Los Angeles. His string of soulful…
 
In previous books like "The Devil in the White City" and "Isaac's Storm," bestselling author Erik Larson has used everyday people to chronicle historical events. But his latest offering, "The Splendid and the Vile: A Saga of Churchill, Family, and Defiance during the Blitz," explores Winston Churchill's turbulent first year as Britain's wartime pri…
 
Panic buying of food has become a feature of the Covid-19 outbreak around the world, stripping supermarket shelves of some items and prompting limits on the number of products customers are allowed to buy. The UN Food and Agricultural Organisation says there could be global food shortages within weeks due to lockdowns and disruptions in areas like …
 
Coronavirus has upended lives and workplaces around the world, with more than a third of the globe under lockdown.At the United Nations headquarters in New York, where about 10,000 people usually work, a skeleton staff of a few hundred is on site, ensuring the world body's vital operations continue - such as peacekeeping and humanitarian operations…
 
Today on the Statist Quo, Matt and Nick lament about the state of America's population, as it has gone from a nation of freedom fighters to a group of bootlicking supplicants. Today's show is a coronavirus-related grab bag of topics, from the fakest of fake news CBS liars caught trying to pass off Italian ICU footage as NY hospital footage, to the …
 
More than ever before, we should all listen to the doctors. And celebrate the doctors. In this vital episode, we talk with one of those brave fighters in the expanding war against the coronavirus. A hero who is right now fighting COVID-19 and saving lives. Dr. Paul Haser is a brilliant and heroic emergency surgeon at Brookdale Hospital Medical Cent…
 
The coronavirus pandemic has infected at least 1 million people and killed over 50,000 worldwide. In the U.S., President Trump is taking new action to bolster medical supplies, and unemployment is surging. Meanwhile, the U.S. Navy relieved the captain of the USS Theodore Roosevelt amid conflict over his response to COVID-19. John Yang reports, and …
 
Guest host Jarrett Blanc talks to Carnegie President Bill Burns. They discuss how the coronavirus pandemic will impact foreign affairs and how to deploy disciplined American diplomacy to mitigate its impacts. They also discuss the new afterword in the paperback edition of Bill's memoir, The Back Channel: A Memoir of American Diplomacy and the Case …
 
As DR Congo faces the onslaught of the Covid-19 pandemic, the country is already struggling to deal with the world's worst measles outbreak. Since January 2019, the virus has claimed the lives of over 6,300 children and infected hundreds of thousands of others. Our correspondents Clément Bonnerot and Juliette Dubois report from the north of the cou…
 
Florida, Georgia and Mississippi are the latest states to issue stay at home orders. Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued a stay at home order back on March 24th. She joins Anderson Cooper to explain why she thinks the country should have a "national strategy instead of a patchwork of policies." Plus, Dr. Sanjay Gupta and Dr. Leana Wen discuss…
 
New York's death toll from COVID-19 is nearing 2,000, and experts warn it will continue to rise. But many other areas of the country are also seeing cases climb and taking steps to try to limit them. President Trump sounded a grave warning during a Tuesday Coronavirus Task Force briefing, saying the virus is projected to kill at least 100,000 Ameri…
 
In our news wrap Wednesday, U.S. intelligence believes that China vastly understated its own death toll in the COVID-19 pandemic. Two senior U.S. officials say the true number of dead in Wuhan, where the outbreak began, could be 10 times what was reported. Also, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the U.S. is missing a historic opportunity to eas…
 
As the coronavirus pandemic spreads around the world, Taiwan seems to have it under control. The island is only 80 miles off the coast of mainland China and very near to where the virus originated; plus there were many daily flights to it from Wuhan. But Taiwan has only 329 confirmed cases of COVID-19, and only five people have died from it. Nick S…
 
US lawmakers from oil-producing states are trying to increase pressure on the White House to do something to help drillers getting hammered by plummeting prices -- from aggressive diplomacy to banning crude imports.We spoke with US Senator Lisa Murkowski, chairman of the Senate Energy and Natural...By S&P Global Platts
 
Bill Norberg joined the U.S. Navy prior to the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and his service on the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise placed him at some of the most critical engagements in the Pacific theater. In this edition of "Veterans Chronicles, Norberg explains what it was like to watch the Doolittle Raid take off from the sister ship USS Hor…
 
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report talks to Bret Easton Ellis (author, screenwriter, & podcast host) about the decline of the mainstream media, cancel culture and why he is anti-anti-Trump. Bret is the author of "American Psycho," "Less Than Zero," and "White". Bret discusses what it was like growing up gay in LA in the 1970s. He shares his thoughts on…
 
Dave Rubin of The Rubin Report recommends two books that can help you navigate this difficult time. We are living in unprecedented times of lockdown, market crashes and quickly rising unemployment. It can be overwhelming at times to stay grounded and make sense of things when they change so rapidly. During this difficult time Dave describes why he …
 
Lazhar Chraiti, a legendary figure in Tunisia's resistance to French colonial rule, was executed in 1963. More than 50 years later, Lazhar Chraiti's son goes back to Tunisia to find out more about how his father lived - and how he died.The story of Lazhar Chraiti is that of an unlikely hero. He had little education, was virtually illiterate, worked…
 
Geneva School of Diplomacy's Alfred de Zayas: Amid COVID-19 Pandemic, U.S. Economic Sanctions on Iran, Venezuela a 'Crime Against Humanity' Security Works' Richard Eskow: Trump's Immoral Response to Coronavirus Crisis is Costing Americans' Lives Sojourner magazine founder Rev. Jim Wallis: COVID-19 Pandemic Burden Falls Disproportionately on America…
 
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