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Best How To Heretic podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best How To Heretic podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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Your user's guide to life on the outside. Leaving religion is the first step into a larger, better world. But it can also be a scary world. Things work differently now. Never fear: that's why we’re here! We're your audio uncles, and with help from good friends and experts in all sorts of fields, we're going to share the stories and seek the knowledge we all need for building a great life! After all, you only get one (that we know of), so you'd better make the most of it!
 
Ground Zero is a nationally syndicated five-hour live broadcast originating from the KXL studios in Portland, OR and syndicated by the Sun Broadcast Group. Hosted by radio veteran Clyde Lewis, Ground Zero is truly independent media and covers the spectrum of Fortean/paranormal and the para-political.
 
Young Heretics is a podcast about truth, beauty, and the stuff that matters. While the academies of higher learning go ever crazier, Ph.D. in classics and Chief Heretic Spencer Klavan puts aside all the identity politics to get at the heart of what makes Western literature, philosophy, and poetry great. Join him every week as he dives into the heritage of the West and answers your questions about how to bring ancient wisdom into modern life.
 
There's a teacher who tells a story about an interfaith conference. Leaders from all different faiths and at one point, they were discussing how to define the Divine. Between a Baptist minister, an atheist, a Rabi, a Buddhist, a Native American spiritualist, and so on, they realized the different ways they define the divine, they finally concluded, the great mystery was the best description. So, what IS the Great Mystery? We have absolutely no clue. Join, comedians and spiritual thinkers, Ja ...
 
Hi everybody, and thanks for checking us out! Here at Eye on Simpsons we share our love of all things Simpsonian by going through the series, episode by episode. If this odd yellow family has a special place in your heart, or if you just like Simpsons trivia, nostalgia, and mining TV shows for cultural and political significance - no matter how speculative - you've come to the right place. Eye on the Simpsons - over-analyzing a cartoon so you don't have to!
 
"Orthodoxy," a series of essays by Gilbert Keith Chesterton. First published in 1908. Read by David "Grizzly" Smith. "The only possible excuse for this book is that it is an answer to a challenge. Even a bad shot is dignified when he accepts a duel." This is how Chesterton explains "Orthodoxy," the sequel to Heretics. "I have attempted in a vague and personal way, in a set of mental pictures rather than in a series of deductions, to state the philosophy in which I have come to believe. I wil ...
 
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Today on the show Tom Cotton lives rent free in the safe space of the New York Times, white guilt is telling the rest of us what we can watch on TV now, defund the police is the new emotional response from the left, guns sales are thru the roof as more people realize the state has no interest in protecting them, some good economic news and the Pres…
 
Some shocking (and confusing) good news today on both the economic and pandemic fronts: the nation's staggeringly high jobless rate began to recovery in May and New York City, the epicenter of the outbreak in America, recorded zero deaths related to COVID-19 on Thursday. What are the political implications of all this? Also, it's day two of the mel…
 
This week on "The Learning Curve," Cara and Gerard open with commentary on the George Floyd tragedy and K-12 education's role in addressing racial injustice. Then, they are joined by Jeffrey Riley, the Massachusetts Commissioner of Elementary and Secondary Education, to talk about the unprecedented challenges of COVID-19. Commissioner Riley walks t…
 
In this episode, GianCarlo and Amy discuss the dueling opinions in the case denying emergency relief to churches challenging California's Covid-19 restrictions. They also breakdown the five opinions the Court issued this week, which cover ERISA standing, foreign arbitral awards, the Puerto Rico Oversight Board, successive habeas petitions, and appe…
 
On this week's episode, we discuss the litigation that is ever increasing in the election law field. With November 3rdjust five months away, it's the perfect time to learn about effective ballot management and how to prevent election interference. Jessica Furst Johnson is Of Counsel at Holtzman Vogel Josefiak Torchinsky PLLC, focusing her practice …
 
Sponsored by Skillshare Coach Tea is back for a frank conversation with Bridget about George Floyd, the protests, the riots, the looting, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the concept of white privilege. They discuss the frustration that a real issue has become a Trojan horse for all sorts of other agendas, how the movement has been co-opted, wh…
 
Alex Berenson Former NYT reporter New York Times Bestselling Author Author of "Unreported Truths about COVID-19 and Lockdowns" Berensen discusses his analysis of the covid-19 statistics and the government's ill-advised policies in light of the latest known facts about the coronavirus. Berensen also discusses how his self-published book was rejected…
 
In this crazy time we're living in, what's the most accurate historical parallel? 1968? The 1420s? UMass Boston historian and all-around smart dude Vincent Cannato returns to the show for the second time to remind us of the scary-but-true reality: we are actually living in an unprecedented era. As the ancient faux-Chinese curse says, "May you live …
 
On the Friday video interview edition of the Daily Daily Caller Podcast we talk with former federal prosecutor, Fox News contributor, and best-selling author of "Ball of Collusion: The Plot to Rig an Election and Destroy a Presidency," about the testimony of former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and the risks of upping of charges in the Geo…
 
"Conservatives should be leading the civil rights movement," says Kay C. James, President of The Heritage Foundation. Conservatives have the solutions to solve much of the racial inequalities and injustices present in America today. James joins the podcast to explain that the answers to many of the issues plaguing the African American community, su…
 
The killing of George Floyd was "a tipping point for many Americans" says Kay C. James, president of The Heritage Foundation. James lived through the civil rights movement and has experienced segregation firsthand. Today, she joins the podcast to share her own story. "I thankfully have lived long enough to see that the America that I loved provided…
 
6/4/20: BRAZIL CE-5 W/ MICHAEL MAZZOLAWhile we are watching civilization disintegrate on our televisions and smart phones, the question for some people is whether or not the next big event will be an alien arrival. However, it must be said that there may be other anomalous Earth effects that will take place long before the aliens arrive. Somewhere …
 
China's legislature approved a controversial new security bill nearly unanimously to implement on the semi-autonomous territory of Hong Kong that bans secession, subversion of state power, terrorism, foreign intervention, and allows mainland China to operate its state security agencies in the city. In other words, Hong Kong is losing its autonomy. …
 
In this latest episode sponsored by Tommy John and DoorDash, we discuss the indie-horror film The Lighthouse starring Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattinson. Sonny liked it, obviously. Vic didn't understand it, obviously. JVL rediscovers his HD DVD player. Plus advice on where to buy fancy faucets! Join the conversation and comment on this podcast episo…
 
Should Washington come to the rescue of several of the nation's largest states - California, Illinois, New York - currently experiencing budget shortfalls? David Henderson, a Hoover Institution research fellow and economist who studies state and federal budgeting, explains why such aid doesn't qualify, in the purest sense, as disaster aid. Did you …
 
TOPICS: Standardized testing, vote-by-mail plans, classic children's literature, & returning to teach at Hillsdale Host Scot Bertram talks with Hillsdale history professor Paul Rahe about two recent essays on the use of standardized tests in the admissions process. Hans von Spakovsy from the Heritage Foundation discusses the dangers of vote-by-mail…
 
China is very active in building infrastructure for developing nations. For the last two decades, they have invested billions of dollars in Africa in the form of roads, bridges, and other critical infrastructure. Thanks to a recent Heritage report, we now see that they are also building high security government buildings for African nations, and ar…
 
The country watches the effects of the 1619 Project come to life in the form of weaponized social justice and anti-American riots. The ruling class goes full force in their efforts to unseat our elected president. Woke channels brainwash children with a gnostic leftist fantasy, and those who should know better sadly capitulate. Join the conversatio…
 
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