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A show dedicated to the beautiful world of coffee. From the farmers of this magical bean, through to the delicious moment it is sipped from a delicate ceramic cup in a cafe somewhere in the world; this show will look at every possible aspect of this gorgeous industry. Caffeine Mark is here to change the world one coffee at a time. Join us in our, sometimes politically incorrect, way of loving coffee. Welcome to the show!
 
Sex scandals, divorce, alleged links to the mafia, showman, entrepreneur, and as some might describe him – the politically incorrect politician. The Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been sworn in four times since 1994, but is Berlusconi a glimpse of political leadership of the future? What is the cost of populism, Berlusconi-style, for democracy?
 
Sex scandals, divorce, alleged links to the mafia, showman, entrepreneur, and as some might describe him – the politically incorrect politician. The Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been sworn in four times since 1994, but is Berlusconi a glimpse of political leadership of the future? What is the cost of populism, Berlusconi-style, for democracy?
 
Sex scandals, divorce, alleged links to the mafia, showman, entrepreneur, and as some might describe him – the politically incorrect politician. The Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has been sworn in four times since 1994, but is Berlusconi a glimpse of political leadership of the future? What is the cost of populism, Berlusconi-style, for democracy?
 
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My guest is Faisal J. Abbas the, Editor-in-Chief, Arab News which is the Middle East's leading English language daily. We discuss the fascinating results of a YouGov/Arab News poll on “So, what do Arabs want from the next US president?” Be sure to find out to see the results of the at https://www.arabnews.com/node/1753976 as well as watching an all…
 
Join Jim Williams with former member of the George W. Bush administration and internationally recognized political analyst Alan Steinberg. This week they breakdown the key political topics of the week. This was the wildest week of the nearly four years that President Donald Trump has been in office. He was in Walter Reed National Medical Center wit…
 
Nabilah Islam talks to me about why Climate is very much on the ballot this fall. She lays out the details on how the Trump Adminstration is rolling back almost all of the protections we have in this country to protect the world we live in. Islam is the Founder of The Progressive List and National Organizing Director of Matriarch, organizations tha…
 
Alan Steinberg and I do a deep dive into President Donald Trump’s remarks this week about not assuring the country that there would be a peaceful transition of power. Plus, The Atlantic report that the Trump Campaign putting together a plan to assure he wins even if he doesn’t have the votes. We also give you a look at President Trump’s new Supreme…
 
*THIS PODCAST WAS RECORDED JUST PRIOR TO THE PASSING OF JUSTICE RUTH BADER GINSBURG. WE WILL HAVE A SPECIAL EDITION ON THE LIFE AND TIMES OF THE NOTORIOUS RBG COMING EARLY IN THE WEEK. Alan Steinberg and I do a deep what Attorny General Bill Barr and what he is doing that is at the very least bending the law to suit the needs of President Donald Tr…
 
Alan Steinberg and I do a deep dive into some the week’s top stories including President Donald Trump and the bombshell revelation from Bob Woodward’s new Book Rage that Trump knew much more about COVID 19 than he told the public. Plus, Trump still is trying to dig himself out of last week’s news that he thought members of the United States militar…
 
Alan Steinberg and I do a deep dive into some the week’s top stories including President Donald Trump and Joe Biden visiting Wisconsin within 24 hours of each other with different messages. Plus the bombshell revelation in this week’s edition of The Atlantic that President Trump thought members of the United States military were losers and suckers.…
 
This week our guest in NBA Insider Eric Wilson the host of The Sports Arena and he gives us the latest news on the player's choice to pause the playoffs. Moved by the videotaped shooting of Jacob Blake, earlier this week in Wisconsin, many professional athletes — some who had previously donned Black Lives Matter T-Shirts and knelt for the national …
 
Vinod Sekhar is our guest this week and he is a very interesting person. He a real renaissance man who loves to paint, to write plays and by the way is a world class businessman. He is a Malaysian businessman who was the first Asian recipient of the Global Green award for global technology developments. The World Economic Forum named Sekhar as one …
 
My guest is author, journalist and TV host Marc Sidwell a new book out on the culture war: The Long March: How the left won the culture war and what to do about it. You can get the book at Amazon and it is a very good read. Marc is the host of the popular CounterCulture on the New Culture Forum’s YouTube channel. Be sure to check him out at Marc’s …
 
A great conversation with my guest Dr. Eric Roe on his brilliant new book Iran’s Reconstruction Jihad: Rural Development and Regime Consolidation after 1979. You can get it on Amazon or wherever you get your books online. Some brief background on the book from Dr. Roe: Based on extensive fieldwork in Iran and Lebanon, this book examines how the Isl…
 
Our guests are Avneet Singh and Randy Shrewsberry who together feel that “Demilitarizing the Police,” is the smart way to go. That is not defunding, disbanding, or in anyway doing away with police in this country. Singh is the founder of the Los Angeles based the “Voice of Mankind.” It is a non-profit Think Tank working to influence public opinion …
 
My guest is author Dr. Saqib Qureshi who has peened a must read book titled The Broken Contract: Making Our Democracies Efficient, Representative, and Accountable Dr. Qureshi digs into the data to show that a large number of elected representatives are mostly rich, male, and political lifers, and as such frequently out of touch with a changing soci…
 
We talk one of the most interesting characters in modern Olympic history Rulon Gardner. He is the subject of a fascinating Olympic Channel documentary “Rulon Gardner Won't Die.” We see that he had a tough childhood as one of nine children with a loving family but he grew up on a farm working hard day in and day out. As a young man he survived a num…
 
Avneet Singh is the founder of the Los Angeles based think tank Voice of Mankind and we discuss the issue of wearing masks in this COVID 19 world. We are seeing a clash over "Civil Liberties and Civil Decency." Be sure to check out www.voiceofmankind.org for all of the great content that Aveet and his team offer free of charge.…
 
Dan Maduri and Jim Williams in this edition of The Politically Incorrect Podcast talk about the rampant problem of Tribalism. We share with you a few excerpts from a recent article from the Pacific Standard titled America's Seven Political Tribes Americans are best divided into seven distinct tribes: progressive activists (about 8 percent of the po…
 
Jim Williams and Dan Maduri talk about the mass shooting attacks that took place in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio. There is pressure on the White House, the House and the Senate to do something about the rash of gun violence in this country. The duo talk about what if anything that Congress, or the White House will do anything to curb the growing…
 
This week Dan Maduri and Jim Williams they talk about the Democratic Presidential Candidate Debates in Detroit this week. Also, Jim Williams addresses President Trump’s attack on Baltimore. The Politically Incorrect Podcast is powered by Warby Parker. Warby Parker was founded with a rebellious spirit and a lofty goal: to create boutique-quality eye…
 
On this week’s edition of The Politically Incorrect Podcast with Dan Maduri and Jim Williams the conversation hit all the high points of the week. Why were there haters for the Women’s World Cup Champion USA Team? We look at why they should be paid the same amount as their less successful male counterparts. President Donald Trump had a “Social Medi…
 
Dan Maduri and Jim Williams guest is the former Fulbright Scholar and award winning journalist Joseph Hammond. He gives the duo the latest on what is going between the United States and Iran. He is based in London and has been reported in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. A frequent guest on both TV and radio on serving as a defense analyst along …
 
On this edition of the podcast we welcome Dan Maduri as our new co-host. He has for the last decade been one of the most influential voices on the radio doing his five day a week show Florida Live with Dan Maduri that was heard on WWBA 820 AM in Tampa and WXIC radio in the Orlando-Melbourne market. Together the two stations covered the all importan…
 
Internationally recognized global affairs journalist Joseph Hammond joined me from London to give us some insight into a number of key issues of the day. From the on again, off again, on again U, S, - South Korea Summit to the impact a global trade war might have on world economics - Joseph has all the answers and much, much more. The Politically I…
 
Now that the Supreme Court has legalized betting on professional and college sports states are looking to cash in on the new law. Our guest Evan Weiner, is a business of sports and politics analyst helps us sort through what states will be ready to go soon on sports betting and what states may never choose to cash in. The Politically Incorrect Podc…
 
My guest is Ed Krassenstein, a fine journalist, social media maven and businessman. He has a twitter following of over 723,000 all of them waiting for his next political tweet. He is an unapologetic critic of President of Donald Trump and Ed uses, humor, history along with the facts to back up his arguments. So, join us for a wide ranging look at t…
 
There are few people that know how Florida works better Bob Graham. He was the 38th governor of the Sunshine State from 1979 to 1987 and Florida in the United States Senator from 1987 to 2005 when he announced that he wanted to retire from elected office. We talk about what problems face both Florida and the United States, plus he gives us his insi…
 
The race for Maryland State Senate District 41 has two Democrats Jill Carter and J.D. Merrill for the seat vacated by Nathaniel Oaks who on April 26, 2018, was ordered by a judge to be removed from the ballot. Oaks resigned from the state Senate on March 29, 2018 amid a scandal that we won’t get into. So it is 27year old Merrill a former teacher an…
 
MATURE AUDIENCES This week we talk with the AVN Award-winning adult video producer and director Glenn King and we talk about the industry. King makes it clear that Stormy Daniels is far from the only adult industry performer that has been involved with a famous person. There are plenty of bright, talented young women who get involved with personali…
 
I had a chance to talk with one of the rising young stars in the Democratic Party Ryan Watts , At 28 he hopes to become the youngest member of the United States Congress. Watts wants to represent North Carolina’s 6th Congressional District a seat held by Republican Mark Walker. Watts is smart, engaging and not afraid of going toe-to-toe with Walker…
 
This week we are in the Lone Star state with a look at the battle for Congress in the suburbs of Austin. To be exact we are talking about Texas' 31st Congressional District which is located in the central portion of the state and includes Williamson County and parts of Bell County. Plus, it is home to Fort Hood one of the largest military bases in …
 
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