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Best Lib Dems podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Lib Dems podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Each episode offers an in-depth overview on a new topic, with a range of views from politicians, experts and journalists. From immigration and education to public spending and the NHS.With high profile politicians, including party leaders, Politics On FUBAR is uncensored and unregulated. No question is off limits. Think Question Time with no holds barred.
 
Sky News correspondents go behind the scenes of the 2019 general election to let you know what's really happening on the campaign trail Monday to Friday by 5pm. Expect hotels, service stations, village halls and battle buses as our team travel the length and breadth of the UK to make sense of it all.
 
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Josh Babarinde joins John, Richard, Lisa & Laura to discuss the leadership contest between Ed Davey and Layla Moran. Who has the momentum, what the party needs from its new leader and does the coalition still matter to voters? You can follow everything to do with the LibDem Podcast on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter - @LibDemPod Please like & subscri…
 
Greg and Jim are both here! Today, they welcome a Supreme Court decision extolling the importance of honoring the verdict of the people in each state during presidential elections. They also shudder as China reports at least one case of the bubonic plague. And they have fun with the NBA allowing "personalized" messages on players' jerseys that must…
 
From Monday lockdown restrictions are eased in Wales - but what happens now to the economy? Andrew Henley is a professor of entrepreneurship and economics at Cardiff University and Dr Linda Yueh is an economist and author. And what are the challenges of policing when there are two sets of regulations in place – one set in Cardiff Bay and another in…
 
The FT politics podcast has relaunched as 'Payne's Politics' and in this first episode presenter Sebastian Payne and his guests analyse Boris Johnson's plan to get his government back on track and radically reform Whitehall. Plus, they discuss the UK's generous offer to the people of Hong Kong facing the latest Chinese clampdown. Seb's guests this …
 
GOOD: Nearly 5 million jobs were added to the economy last month. GOOD: The long arm of the law catches up to Ghislaine Maxwell, the British socialite and heiress who became a confidante of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein. GOOD: One particular part of the thriving economy: gun sales. Six months into the year, the FBI instant check system is app…
 
Is this the end of the seeming apocalyptic sci-fi movie playing out in Seattle? Jim Geraghty of National Review explains why you don't need math to understand the reverse square root economy, and makes the case for beaches. With Chad Benson filling in for Greg Corombos.By Radio America
 
Good: Jim Geraghty and Chad Benson discuss the latest ruling from the Supreme Court, which determined that Montana was wrong to exclude religious schools from a scholarship program supported by public funds, a big victory for school choice advocates. Bad: A vaccine for COVID-19 appears a year away yet. Crazy: Chinese scientists report the discovery…
 
Is the UK destined to crash out of the EU? 4 LibDem ex-MEPs discuss the trade talks, what might happen next with the union and could the LibDems benefit electorally. Host John Potter is joined by Sheila Ritchie, Shaffaq Mohammed, Caroline Voaden and Anthony Hook in this wide ranging discussion. You can follow everything to do with the LibDem Podcas…
 
Boris Johnson announced this week that July 4 would be the UK’s Independence Day, when swaths of the economy would reopen. But is the prime minister moving too fast and going against scientific and medical advice? Plus, we discuss why Labour leader Keir Starmer sacked Rebecca Long-Bailey from his shadow cabinet, and why Mark Sedwill and Robert Jenr…
 
Your Friday martinis are served as Rob Long fills in for Jim. Today, they applaud Tim Scott for pointing out the Democrats didn't block police reform because of what was in the bill but because of who was proposing it. They also wade into the scrutiny on some red states as their COVID infections increase, and they dissect the intense political deba…
 
Rob Long is in for Jim again Thursday. Today, Rob and Greg applaud Seattle businesses for suing the city for failing to provide essential services while local politicians coddled the radicals in the CHAZ/CHOP area. They also react to revelations in Peter Strzok's notes that Barack Obama and Joe Biden were in on the planning to target Michael Flynn …
 
Rob Long is in for Jim again Wednesday. Today, they celebrate the news that the FBI found no evidence of a hate crime in connection to a "noose" found in the garage of Bubba Wallace but that doesn't stop Wallace and Al Sharpton from insisting something sinister happened. They also slam House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for saying the Republican police ref…
 
How do the LibDem revive our presence in the Midlands? The Heart of England LibDems has been established to do just that. In this episode we talk to the chair of the Heart of England LibDems Michael Mullaney. You can follow everything to do with the LibDem Podcast on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter - @LibDemPod Please like & subscribe to the channel …
 
Rob Long is in for Jim Geraghty again. He and Greg rip into far left activist Shaun King for wanting all "European" depictions of Jesus torn down and discuss that the real target of many on the far left is not just religious artwork but the church itself. They also weigh in on why many police are doing nothing to stop the vandalism and destruction …
 
Rob Long is in for Jim again today and he and Greg are tackling three crazy martinis. First, they wade into the fight over the Theodore Roosevelt statue outside New York City's Museum of Natural History, and Rob offers a deal to those who want to tear it down. They also discuss the drama surrounding the supposed resignation of U.S. Attorney Geoffer…
 
The latest on covid-19 with First Minister Mark Drakeford, Andrew Campbell from Wales Tourism Alliance, Plaid's Adam Price on reparation row, Dr Christienna Fryar on the importance of black British history, Prof Hanna Diamond on the anniversary of Charles De Gaulle’s 1940 'appel' plus Inge Hanson and Stuart Hughes reviewing the papers.…
 
Boris Johnson caved in to Marcus Rashford’s campaign to provide free school meals over the summer holidays, but why did it take so long? No 10 responded by defending the statue of Winston Churchill and engaging further in the ‘war on woke’. Plus, we discuss the merger of DFID and FCO and why the NHS contact-tracing app was binned to be replaced by …
 
National Review Online Contributing Editor Rob Long joins Greg today to serve up your end-of-the-week martinis. First, they get a kick out of Amy Klobuchar taking herself out of the Biden veepstakes when it was already pretty clear she would not be the choice, but they also appreciate her kneecapping Elizabeth Warren's chances by saying the running…
 
Ty and Brent are joined by Abner (!) the proprietor of LeftCoastRightWatch.org. We’ve been looking forward to having him back on for nigh on a year now and we’ve gotta have him in the mix far more often. He provides amazing on the ground reporting, insightful commentary, and if he’s not a key part of your Twitter feed now, you’re doin’ yourself a d…
 
Join Jim and Greg as they applaud South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott for a pragmatic approach to police reform and for rightly hammering the Democratic characterization of his legislation as a "token" approach. They also rip Chief Justice John Roberts for siding with the four liberal justices in blocking the Trump administration's effort to end DACA, wh…
 
The Government should have listened to Simon!!!! Recorded two weeks ago Nurse Simon Lepori and Dr Anna Fryer talk to the LibDem Podcast talk about tackling Coronavirus on the front line including the mistakes the Tories are making with the track and trace app. You can follow everything to do with the LibDem Podcast on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter …
 
Join Jim and Greg as they cheer Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley for calling out the Supreme Court's recent judicial activism but also for upbraiding legislators for being too fearful to take up difficult issues and leaving them to the courts to resolve. They also slam NBC for attempting to get Google to deplatform The Federalist and Zero Hedge - largely …
 
It's all good news on Tuesday's Three Martini Lunch! Join Jim and Greg as they cheer a new rule which no longer requires many nonprofits to disclose donors to the IRS. They also cheer retail sales from May more than doubling expectations and suggesting Americans are ready to buy again. And they cheer politicians in the Williamsburg section of Brook…
 
How and should the LibDems be working with other political parties? The panel discusses cross party working both before, during and after elections. You can follow everything to do with the LibDem Podcast on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter - @LibDemPod Please like & subscribe to the channel through your podcast provider so you never miss an episode. …
 
Join Jim and Greg as they react to the Minneapolis City Council announcing an end to the police department but only after a year of community discussions. They also react to school officials in three major cities deciding to stop having resource officers in the schools. And they unload on New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio yet again for his persona…
 
In this episode we continue our virtual conference series by talking to the Chair of the Green LibDems, Keith Melton You can follow everything to do with the LibDem Podcast on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter - @LibDemPod Please like & subscribe to the channel through your podcast provider so you never miss an episode. Thanks for listening John Potter…
 
Tory ministers and MPs were furious this week at Downing Street’s refusal to ease the 2m social distancing rule to boost the ailing economy. Will Boris Johnson go against the advice of his scientists and relax it? And is the new track-and-trace programme working as planned? Plus, we discuss the Black Lives Matter protests, the defenestration of Edw…
 
Join Jim and Greg as they welcome Louisville's decision to end no-knock warrants. They also hammer Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan for claiming nothing is really different in Seattle, despite the creation of CHAZ, the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone, where police are not allowed in and reports of violent crime are on the rise. And they welcome the news tha…
 
Join Jim and Greg as they enjoy watching former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper blame his ethics problems on "dark money" Republicans after an independent commission found him guilty of improperly accepting gifts while in office. But will it really damage his bid for U.S. Senate? They also shake their heads as Washington Gov. Jay Inslee pretends no…
 
Join Jim and Greg as they finally find some good news this week. They start by applauding Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell for calling out the double standard of governors and mayors who ignore COVID restrictions for some and drop the hammer on others. They also appreciate Bernie Sanders strongly opposing the abolition of police when some of …
 
Join Jim and Greg as they cringe over President Trump's tweet targeting a 75-year-old protester who suffered a head injury following a confrontation with Buffalo police. They also throw up their hands as the Minnesota State Patrol admits its officers slashed tires of some unoccupied vehicles during the recent riots, with an explanation that defies …
 
Join Jim and Greg for one of the craziest Three Martini Lunches we've ever had! First, they dissect the ludicrous push to defend and dismantle police departments and react to Minneapolis City Council President Lisa Bender suggesting crime victims who would normally call the cops need to understand their privilege by not having police come. They als…
 
Steve and Cory talk with Patrick about race, Black Lives Matter and American Policing. To support us, visit our Patreon Page: patreon.com/notenoughchampagne Links we have found useful: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/06/us/police-unions-minneapolis-kroll.html https://8cantwait.org/ https://twitter.com/themanacho/status/1267609472589090816?s=21 http…
 
It's our 1st birthday so we want to thank all our listeners and guests over the last 51 episodes. For our 52nd show the team talks about the shambolic restart of parliament, the libdem leadership contest and the Black Lives Matter protest in the US and UK You can follow everything to do with the LibDem Podcast on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter - @Li…
 
Brent is back! Along with Ty and Andrew, we talk about some of the protests we have seen and attended so far and try to process the rapid-fire, emotionally-charged succession of news and new developments. It's heated, raw, and un-edited. Also, we're a bunch of white folks trying to sort this out from our perspective but we do wanna make it clear th…
 
Boris Johnson’s government found itself confused this week about why it was introducing a 14-day quarantine for all arrivals in the UK. Ministers and MPs warned it would undermine the economy, while scientists said it was not required. So why is the prime minister pushing ahead with it? Plus, we discuss the farcical scenes in parliament, the reopen…
 
Join Jim and Greg as they cheer a May jobs report that was more than 10 million jobs better than the experts predicted. They also groan as the New York Times leadership continues to grovel to its millennial and Gen Z staffers who remain traumatized that an opinion column they don't agree with ended up in the paper. And they use pop culture and comm…
 
Join Jim and Greg as they react to former Defense Secretary Gen. James Mattis slamming President Trump's use of the military in response to massive protests in recent days, with Jim contending Mattis shouldn't be able to drop a rhetorical bomb like that and slip away without scrutiny. They also fire back to the fierce condemnation against the New Y…
 
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