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Best American Gun podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best American Gun podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Wasted Ammo Podcast is a co-hosted talk show that explores a variety of firearm and preparedness related topics that can range from guns, gear, training, personal defense and improving skill-sets. We sit down in front of the mic every week, grab a few beers and hit the record button. So join us LIVE every Wednesday night for a fun conversation about a hobby that we love.
 
Welcome to the Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit podcast. Come join Eric and Matt who are freedom-loving, meat-eating, gun shooting American guys as they discuss a broad spectrum of topics ranging from states rights, taxes and the 2nd amendment to scotch, bourbon, and cigars. Eric & Matt are both former US Army combat veterans who served together while deployed to Iraq during OIF III. Eric is most notable for his YouTube channel Iraqveteran8888 which has over 2.3 million subscribers currently a ...
 
Have Gun Will Travel was a popular American Western television series that aired on CBS from 1957 through 1963. It was the #4 show in the Nielsen ratings in its first year, and #3 for the next three years. It was one of the few television shows to spawn a successful radio version. The radio series debuted on November 23, 1958. The show followed the adventures of Paladin, a gentleman-turned-gunfighter played by John Dehner on radio, who preferred to settle problems without violence, yet, when ...
 
Muddog American on the controversial topics In The News Today. What Can We Do About Them? And What Should We Do As A Nation and as a Country, but mostly as Americans. Views on this program will be opinions and thoughts from Muddog American and my callers. I am an American, a Dad, Husband, Diver, and Carpenter who likes to hang out with his family on the beach, at home, under the sea, or traveling around this great country.
 
Popular Front is an independent podcast that focuses on the niche details of modern warfare. If you want to know how suicide car bombs are built by ISIS, which paramilitary factions are operating in Syria, or why American militias hoard machine guns, this podcast is for you. It's detailed, uncensored, and free from industry elitism. See more at popularfront.co
 
A weekly podcast that explains major policy issues and at a 101 level. Every week, hosts Michelle Cordero and Tim Doescher present an entertaining mix of media clips, personal stories, and interviews with Heritage experts, to break down major news stories and policy debates raging in Congress. For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
 
A black man gets into a car and heads South. A coroner pulls back a sheet and is suspicious of what he sees. An attorney wonders, "Where did this gun come from?" Buried Truths, winner of the 2018 Peabody Award, looks at still-relevant stories of injustice, resilience and racism in the American South. Season 2: The story of A.C. Hall, explores police privilege, racial conditioning and community activism. Season 1 focused on Isaiah Nixon, voter suppression and new beginnings --- from WABE, Pul ...
 
Ben Dietderich hosts the award-winning Radio Free Hillsdale show, American View, where the most prominent leaders and ordinary citizens of America join Ben to discuss the biggest issues facing the nation. Growing up in Europe, Ben knows socialism's faults all too well. Listen as he puts leftism to the test and most importantly, offers an alternative.
 
The Lawyers, Guns and Money podcast expands upon the political, social, academic, and artistic topics studied by the Lawyers, Guns and Money community. This includes close examinations of American politics, American history, athletics, film, music, law, and international relations. Everything, in short, that has anything to do with lawyers, guns, or money.
 
One of the earliest examples of literature written in the science fiction genre, From the Earth to the Moon is a part of the Voyages Extraordinaires series by French novelist Jules Verne. Written more than a century before the Apollo mission, Verne’s classic is somewhat a prophetic novel of man’s travel to the moon with its thorough and descriptive detail. A remarkable blend of action, humor, science, and audacious schemes, the timeless classic is sure to fascinate with its unique vision of ...
 
“Can He Do That?” is The Washington Post’s politics podcast, exploring the powers and limitations of the American presidency, and what happens when they're tested. Led by host Allison Michaels, each episode asks a new question about this extraordinary moment in American history and answers with insight into how our government works, how to understand ongoing events, and the implications when branches of government collide.
 
The American Health Podcast is created by the Bloomberg American Health Initiative, a project of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. The Initiative works to tackle some of the most pressing challenges to public health in the United States: Addiction and Overdose, Environmental Challenges, Obesity and the Food System, Risks to Adolescent Health and Violence. Visit http://americanhealth.jhu.edu to learn more.
 
Shelf Life is a podcast from the Newberry Library about the humanities and the humans behind them. Each episode features a new conversation with librarians, curators, and researchers about anything from the history of the Chicago city grid to the secret lives of famous American authors.
 
From the Earth to the Moon (French: De la Terre à la Lune) is a humorous science fantasy story written in 1865 by Jules Verne and is one of the earliest entries in that genre. It tells the story of three well-to-do members of a post-American Civil War gun club who build an enormous sky-facing columbiad and ride a spaceship fired from it to the moon. (Summary from Wikipedia)
 
The Freedom Train is a community resource radio show linking the resources available to the community that needs them. We go out of our way to find and honor the movers and shakers in the Black Community giving them a platform to share their voices and services. You can catch us every Wednesday where ever you get your podcast or on the Freedom Train Website at www.freedomtrainradio.com
 
The Klepper podcast is a companion to the new docuseries "Klepper," available now on the Comedy Central app. Jordan Klepper isn't behind a desk in New York City. He's sinking in a boat with environmental protesters in a Louisiana bayou. He's packing moving boxes with one of the nation's first Native American Congresswomen in New Mexico, and he's posting bail at the Fulton County Jail. Go behind the scenes of the front lines of American activism as Klepper breaks down some of the most complic ...
 
Gunsmoke was a long-running American old-time radio and television Western drama created by director Norman MacDonnell and writer John Meston. The stories took place in or about Dodge City, Kansas, during the settlement of the American West. The radio version ran from 1952 to 1961, and is commonly regarded as one of the finest radio dramas of all time; the television version ran from 1955 to 1975 and still holds the record for the longest-running U.S. prime time fictional television program.
 
The podcast formerly known as IN SICKNESS AND IN HEALTH. Who gets to be healthy? who doesn’t? and what can we do about it? Money, education, gender, age, race—they all have something to do with it. But we’re talking about the divide between the people who’ll live long and healthy lives and those who won’t. Poor health? It isn’t random. Join Dr. Celine Gounder for fresh angles, deep research, a wide range of voices, and compassionate reporting on how we can heal the nation.
 
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No other group is targeted by anti-hunting or animal rights advocates as much as houndsmen are. They are usually the first to be challenged by proposed legislation & regulations. American Houndsmen Federation was formed to provide a unifying voice for all houndsmen to promote and protect their passion. It may just be the houndsmen today facing the …
 
Stewart Friedman, organizational psychologist at The Wharton School, and Alyssa Westring, associate professor at DePaul University’s Driehaus College of Business, say it’s a mistake for a working parent to think of career and home life as competing interests that have to be balanced. Their research shows how many leadership skills apply to parentin…
 
A new bit of knowledge makes Luke feel betrayed by the producers of Tiger King. Plus, he and Andrew review some of the audio drops that are competing in the great TBTL Drop-Off, now officially entitled, "Drops of Stupider." Vote here for your favs! . . . Today's show is sponsored by Grove Collaborative. Visit Grove.co/tbtl to get a free $30 Mrs. Me…
 
For many Christians, the coronavirus-induced limitations on life have arrived at the same time as Lent, the traditional season of doing without. But the sharp new regulations—no theater, schools shutting, virtual house arrest for us over-70s—make a mockery of our little Lenten disciplines. Doing without whiskey, or chocolate, is child’s play compar…
 
With more than 63,000 confirmed cases of COVID-19 as of March 30, Germany is one of the countries worst-affected by the pandemic, according to official statistics. But only 560 people known to be suffering from the disease caused by the novel coronavirus have died there, putting Germany’s case fatality rate at just 0.9%. That gives Germany one of t…
 
Most evenings for more than a month, Americans across the country tuned in to watch President Donald Trump give his regular coronavirus briefing. Trump typically spends more than an hour standing behind the podium in the White House briefing room or the Rose Garden, praising his Administration’s response to the pandemic, highlighting the news of th…
 
Mike Seeklander talks about what instructors should think about to improve themselves and also to improve the training they give their students. Today’s episode is also brought to you by the following sponsors Firearm Trainers Association (FTA) FTAProtect.com – In today’s world you need the backing from a quality organization to protect yourself an…
 
(BOISE, Idaho) — Idaho Gov. Brad Little on Monday signed into law two anti-transgender bills, making Idaho the first among states that introduced some 40 such bills this year to enact them. The Republican governor approved legislation that prohibits transgender people from changing the sex listed on their birth certificates, and another that bans t…
 
Jaya Kumari worked as a cook and cleaner for a couple in an affluent New Delhi neighborhood until two weeks ago. She lost her job when the family she worked for decided to leave the crowded capital and move to their hometown 200 miles away as the coronavirus began to spread in the city. Then, on March 25, Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a 21…
 
Norma’s crying. Because of the coronavirus pandemic, she’s stuck at home and not earning money from her job at an Iowa City fast-food restaurant. She’s an undocumented migrant from Honduras, so she won’t be eligible for any government help from the stimulus package Congress has passed. She lives with her husband and four-year-old daughter. They’ve …
 
CONCORD, New Hampshire — Tomie dePaola, the prolific children's author and illustrator who delighted generations with tales of Strega Nona, the kindly and helpful old witch in Italy, died Monday at age 85. DePaola died at the Dartmouth-Hancock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire, according to his literary agent, Doug Whiteman. He was badly inj…
 
The Trump administration has ruled that gun shops are considered “essential” businesses that should remain open as other businesses are closed to try to stop the spread of coronavirus. Gun control groups are balking, calling it a policy that puts profits over public health after intense lobbying by the firearms industry.…
 
(THE HAGUE, Netherlands) — A Dutch museum that is currently closed to prevent the spread of the coronavirus said Monday a painting by Vincent van Gogh on loan for an exhibition was stolen in a raid overnight. The Singer Laren museum east of Amsterdam says “Spring Garden” by the Dutch master was taken in the early hours of Monday.…
 
After seeing her work in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, there’s no doubt that Julia Butters is a talented actress with a bright future on screen. The same may not be true about her future as a hairdresser. Like much of the world, the young actor (and turkey sandwich enthusiast) is staying home during the ongoing coronavirus pand…
 
While many libraries across the country have closed due to coronavirus, there's one library that's staying open — and its flocks of visitors are overjoyed about it. The Belmont Library for Birds, located in Charlottesville, VA., has open hours all day for all avian friends and even a few squirrels and a livestream for human companions who are respo…
 
Sophie reignites her one-on-one interview series with Super Kevin Campbell. As Arsenal struggled this season and flirted closely to the relegation battle for a few weeks, it reminded many Gunner fans that being in the Premier League is a privilege, not a right. For so many fans, relegation is a continued struggle and something they experience seaso…
 
This week we are joined by Ken McAdow and we have a wide ranging conversation talking about NAVHDA, training scenarios, a little bit of Force Fetch, and his new "protege." This was a fun conversation that we hope you enjoy. Please remember to SUBSCRIBE, RATE, REVIEW, & SHARE. Our partner's links can be found at www.gundogityourself.com and our Patr…
 
A man's attempt to create a no-face-touching device goes horribly, horribly wrong. Plus, Luke and Andrew find themselves holding their breaths when they pass strangers. That's not right, is it? And they help launch listener Jake's "TBTL Drop-Off", in which the Tens of Listeners vote on their favorite audio drops of all time. . . . Today's show is s…
 
Keith, Andy and Gav just have a chat to break the lockdown boredom! Special moppy slippers are a particular highlight along with getting your fridge washed by a randomer!! #LFC #COVID19 #LOCKDOWN Find all our shows on Youtube, Periscope, Spotify, iTunes, Spreaker and all your podcast apps!! We are the worlds biggest, completely free LFC Podcast. Br…
 
An emergency room physician in Washington state who had publicly criticized his workplace, PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical Center, for not doing enough to protect its workers from coronavirus, now claims he has been let go from his role at the hospital. Ming Lin, an emergency room physician in Bellingham, Wash., had regularly posted on Facebook conc…
 
In stressful times, solving a crossword is not just a diversion but a necessary solace. In fact, the crossword puzzle was born in December 1913, on the eve of World War I. Arthur Wynne, an editor at the New York World, needed a new game for that paper’s FUN section. So he printed a blank word-search grid, devised clues so readers could figure out t…
 
It was the Monday of the last week of classes before break, and the first whiff of spring was in the air at Stony Brook University. That was the night that Sean started talking to a girl. They were both political science majors, with almost exactly the same opinions on the things political science majors care about. She laughed at his jokes, even w…
 
When she walked into the large cell deep inside Venezuela’s most notorious prison in July 2018, Dennysse Vadell could not find her husband. She frantically scanned the faces of the assembled men in dark green uniforms until finally one of them raised his arms and called her name: “Dennysse, I’m here.…
 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AwSVN_dgio8 America's democracy is at risk from more than Russian Twitter trolls. Our voting systems, the information technology that undergirds our elections, are dangerously outdated and vulnerable to attack. And for Finnish data security expert Harri Hursti, the best defense we have might be counting paper ballots…
 
President Donald Trump said Sunday that he would extend national social distancing guidelines until April 30. They were otherwise set to expire Monday. The guidelines were initially established on March 16 and dubbed "15 days to slow the spread." They outlined items like practicing basic hygiene, avoiding nursing homes and avoiding gatherings of "m…
 
(LONDON) — U.S. President Donald Trump has offered his opinion on the future of Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, insisting the United States government won’t pay for the couple’s security if they live in the United States. Responding to reports that the couple has moved to California, Trump tweeted on Sunday: “I am a great friend and admirer of th…
 
When Turkish writer and economist Mehmet Altan went for a medical check-up on his release from Istanbul’s Silivri prison in 2018, his doctor determined that he was severely anemic. Twenty-one months of incarceration had brought the 67-year-old’s iron levels so low, the medic examining him initially suspected he had sustained a wound and bled out.…
 
Among the measures agreed to by the U.S. Senate as part of a $2 trillion package designed to stem the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic — what would be the largest economic stimulus legislation in modern U.S. history — is an idea that has a surprising history in American politics: one-time direct payments to taxpayers. The idea of sending…
 
Two days after her final performance in the one-woman show My Name Is Lucy Barton on Broadway, Laura Linney was feeling a little dazed. “I'm completely disoriented now,” she said. “I sort of can't believe it all happened.” For eight weeks, she had walked onstage and carried 90 minutes of drama, playing a woman looking back on a period of severe ill…
 
Many Americans, and those around the world, are mystified at the apparent shortages of N95 masks, protective gear, ventilators and other essential materials necessary to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. After all, aren’t markets supposed to respond quickly and efficiently to changes in demand? Those on the Right have a strong belief in markets—and…
 
Have you recently noticed how loud your partner chews? That her placement of items in the fridge is illogical? That his consumption of toilet paper/soap/the good snacks is remarkably high? That parenting is not one of his or her core strengths? If so, you might be married during a pandemic.
 
California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Saturday that the federal government had sent the state "170 broken ventilators" amid national concerns about a shortage of the life-saving machines, which can be key to treating the respiratory distress caused by COVID-19. Newsom said at a press conference that "170 ventilators that came from the national stockpil…
 
LOS ANGELES — Garth Brooks and wife Trisha Yearwood will be taking viewer requests during a live prime-time show this week filmed at their home. CBS will air the special, “Garth and Trisha: Live!” on Wednesday at 9 p.m. Eastern. In an announcement Sunday, CBS says the country stars will perform “an intimate concert for viewers looking for the comfo…
 
As the physical coronavirus pandemic continues to spread, an emotional pandemic is following fast in its wake. When the whole world is going to pieces, it's awfully hard for the human mind—a fragile thing in the best of times—to cope, and more and more, doctors are reporting the spread of despair, worry and depression among their patients, especial…
 
When pastor Frank Carl delivers a sermon at Genoa Church in Westerville, Ohio, he typically hears a chorus of “amens.” On Sunday, he instead heard a deafening blast of honks. And Carl wasn’t at the pulpit—he was about 25 feet off the ground on a scissor lift. “It’s not what I had in mind when I accepted a higher calling,” he told TIME of the experi…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has killed more than 18,000 people and infected over 400,000 globally, forced the closure of schools and businesses, and sent health care workers scrambling for supplies to treat a rise in sick people. The U.S. has more than 60,000 cases with at least one case reported in ever state, as of March 25, according to data gathered …
 
Dr. Zeyad Baker thought he was pretty proactive and thorough in thinking through how his team of doctors, nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and medical assistants could address the surging number of cases of COVID-19 cases in New York. The president and CEO of ProHEALTH, a group of 1,000 independent clinicians, took the doctors and …
 
While some people might decry the act of running while blaring tunes, claiming it distracts you from the objectively arduous task at hand (that is, flinging your body through space at speed for miles on end), I wholeheartedly disagree. Whether you're jogging, lifting, skating, or just spending a lot more time indoors due to increasingly restrictive…
 
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