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Best Thaddeus Russell podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Thaddeus Russell podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Interviews with intellectuals from across the globe. Exploring philosophy, politics, religion, and rationalism. Steve Patterson is an independent philosopher currently traveling the world to interview people in the pursuit of truth. Topics include logic and epistemology, skepticism, metaphysics, ethics, science and religion, truth, Christianity, Buddhism, atheism, culture, economics, the philosophy of mathematics, and every other topic that's important to humans.
 
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Warren Farrell was a national celebrity for being the leading male advocate for women’s liberation. Now he’s considered a pariah by many feminists for promoting the liberation of men. We sat down in his house among the redwoods in Mill Valley, California to discuss the importance of his career for me, for men, for women, and for the relationships b…
 
Justin joins us for a swapcast to answer some of his questions about ancient history. We chat about some of his latest video’s on “placenta evolving from an ancient retrovirus” and the “Doggerland dredging”. We also chat about suspending belief, the Ancient Frontier Project, hidden hand of history, human evolution, conquistadors, genetics and his g…
 
Iowa author Nicole Baart joins us on the DMPL Podcast today. She is the author of nine books, including her latest, You Were Always Mine. You Were Always Mine is a domestic suspense novel centered on a widow, her late husband's suspicious death, and the family she must hold together through her grief. "A good book has to have a little bit of romanc…
 
The DMPL Podcast welcomes Natalie Benson to the show today. She will be hosting a five-week program at the Franklin Avenue Library titled A History of Modern Art. During the podcast, Benson discusses what exactly the nebulous that is modern art encompasses. She talks about well-known modern artists, such as Vincent Van Gogh and Pablo Picasso, as we…
 
Darren from the Grimerica Podcast flew all the way down from Canada to hang out on the Plateau and do Texas stuff with us(guns, bbq, and podcasting). We had a lot of fun, sent a lot of lead downrange, blew some shit up, brainstormed future Contact at the Cabin events, and sat down in the Tangent Cube for a bit of podcasting. We talk about how we go…
 
We host our first ever real call-in show type podcast and a big thanks to all the listeners who called in to tell us stories, talk about important topics or eps and give us some great feedback. Thank you to John, Chris, Mark, Morgan, Russ, Bill, Jack, Matt, Chris, Allie, Lewcifer, Chumbo, JVL, Dave, Julian, Kyle, Paul and Dan for calling in and sup…
 
In a grand tour of the renegade history of the 20th-century U.S., the great social historian Elliott Gorn and I talk about street fighting vs. state violence, examine the significance of John Dillinger’s penis, question the legacy of Muhammad Ali, and argue about whether racism is eternal. For full show notes, go to: http://thaddeusrussell.com/podc…
 
In the Bradbury Building in downtown Los Angeles, famous as the shooting location for science fiction films set in the future, I talked with the author and public intellectual Venkatesh Rao about his mind-bending and time-bending project on the history and possible future of temporality. For full show notes, go to: http://thaddeusrussell.com/podcas…
 
Interview Starts at 37:10 Courtney Kittrell joins us to chat about her book Unapologetically Favoured and her time in the military as a black lesbian woman. She tells a powerful and emotional story about leadership, learning from mistakes, intuition, dealing with an active shooter, and personal struggles. We also chat about UFO’s, having good frien…
 
In the heart of America’s historical capital of sex rebels, I spoke with sex educator and performance artist Midori about the very different sexual norms of the United States and Japan, San Francisco’s queer and kinky history, and what it’s like to be a social outsider who possesses the most intimate knowledge of a society. For full show notes, go …
 
Interview Starts at 49:05 JR Hodge, aka OddManOut, joins us to chat about the deep state, his journey from one wing to no wings, politics, and his new podcast. We hit a few third rail topics so we’ll see if this stays on youtube. We also chat about documentaries, books and other shows highlighting the New World Order. Check out his OddManOut Instag…
 
For the 100th episode of the Unregistered podcast we decided to let listeners be the guests. I talk about the news of an Iranian attack against US military bases before I answer questions about my favorite guests and episodes and what the podcast means to me. For full show notes, go to: http://thaddeusrussell.com/podcast/100/…
 
Interview starts at 29:50 Chris Knowles joins us in Grimerica for a long awaited chat about his first “fiction” book He Will Live up in the Sky. We also chat about his various blogs, symbolism, hollywood wokeness, practicing magic, the system, and the late Roman Republic. We touch on laws, the system, political correctness, Chinese intelligence, ng…
 
Somewhat of an annual holiday tradition, we are joined by podcasting friends Micah Hanks, Cruzin with Steak, Cat in the Box and Michael in our studio. We chat about social media, learning new languages, UFO’s, synchronicities, solstice, to shoot or not to shoot Sasquatch, guns, moon exploration and much more. See links below for links to the other …
 
In his Chicago apartment that also serves as a gallery of contemporary African-American art, I spoke with Kamasi Hill about his childhood in a family of black nationalist radicals in Detroit, the history of black radical movements in the United States, and his career as a renegade high-school history teacher. For full show notes, go to: http://thad…
 
Librarians Carrie Anderson and Sarah Lane join the podcast today to discuss their favorite books of 2019. Carrie's Books Furious Hours: Murder, Fraud, and the Last Trial of Harper Lee, by Casey Cep Carrie's review: Harper Lee fans will love how it delves into her psyche and the history of her writing life. There's a lot of interesting history here …
 
I spoke with Deirdre McCloskey, the leading historian of “bourgeois virtues” and the author of a memoir about transitioning from a man to a woman, about the relationship between virtue and personal freedom and about whether my thesis that capitalism produces contradictory cultural impulses is nonsense. For full show notes, go to: http://thaddeusrus…
 
Interview starts at 43:25 Red Pill Junkie is back after a couple of years to chat about the state of Ufology and UFO’s. We chat about some of his blogs, the TTSA, Forbidden Science Journals, the Army deal, Artifacts from UFO’s, Netflix, deep state battle and the lack of trust in media. We also get into downloads, patents, warp drives, the black vau…
 
Episode 100 of Patterson in Pursuit! Wow, what a milestone. Thanks to everybody who has listened to and supported the show. I hope it's created value for you. In this episode, I share my personal thoughts about the show, some of my motivations, the conversations that were impactful to my own philosophy, and some funny experiences along the way. And…
 
The DMPL Podcast welcomes Bill Jamerson to show this week. Jamerson, a singer-storyteller, is coming to the Franklin Avenue Library next week to present his program Dollar-A-Day Boys: A Musical Tribute to the Civilian Conservation Corps. The program will take place on Wednesday, October 23, at 6:30 PM. Bill Jamerson's website…
 
Thank you so much for tuning in for another episode of Tin Foil Hat with Sam Tripoli. This episode we welcome Darren Grimes and Graham Dunlop of the Grimerica Show for a deep dive into the collective consciousness. We discuss what we think we live in and how our thoughts affect our reality. Thank you so much for your support. Please check out The G…
 
The interview starts at 32:00 Frank Pasciuti joins us to chat about The Chrysalis Crisis - How Life’s Ordeals can Lead to Personal and Spiritual Transformation. We have a great discussion about metaphysics, shamanism, anomalous experiences, spiritual emergencies, meditation, altered states. We also get into learned helplessness, taking responsibili…
 
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