Tag Archives: media

[PODCAST] #478: Thaddeus Russell vs. Academic Conformism – Part One – Beyond Black and White

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadHistorian and Professor Thaddeus Russell returns. And unloads. What's new? Thaddeus has launched the first phase of his Renegade University. The Effects of Intellectual Conformism: - Manichaeism in the minds of academics - Charles Murray and Middlebury College - Tucker Carlson owns college professors - Donald Trump's world and how the left gave it to him (fragility vs. repression) - Tangent: Richard Spencer Why and how Thad's thinking has ...

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[BONUS] The Many Paths To #MiloGate

(88 MINUTES) With Gardner Goldsmith, Recorded Tuesday, 2-21-17 Discussed: - Jeffrey Tucker vs. Richard Spencer - The medium is the message and the new message is noise - People are lazy and attention spans are short, and this is getting dangerous - How are post-modernists both philosophical relativists and political absolutists? - How the socialist and post-modernist rivers converged - The seduction of deconstruction - Adventures in improper definitions (i.e. Pedophile vs. statutory rapist - ...

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[PODCAST] #472: Podcastmasters’ Liberty Masterclass – Ow, My Inaugural Balls (Part 1 of 3)

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadOn January 20th, the Podcastmasters reconvened for a four-hour free-flowing inauguration-inspired discussion. Podcastmasters is an infrequent summit where we discuss our recent shows, current events, historical investigations, movie goings etc... Discussed In This MasterClass: PART ONE: (This show) -Starbucks learns about "anarchy" -Trump's address, the Bane thing -Betsy DeVos, the Department of Ed and the student debt "bubble" -#DisruptJ20 -Sorros: agent of chaos -Gard's thoughts on "Cultural Marxism" -Sympathy ...

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[VIDEO] Freedom Is An Emerging Market

Podcast #353 Highlight: Richard Grove and Ernest Hancock join me for roundtable on the challenges, rewards and goals involved with producing liberty-oriented and educational media. In our 2.5 hour discussion, we address the following questions: 1) Why is freedom important? 2) Why do we produce freedom-related content and put it out for free? 3) What do we need to do to get more people who listen passively to support us actively? Look Closer: Ernie's Site: ...

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[PODCAST] #353: Our Places In the Emerging Market For Freedom (with Richard Grove and Ernest Hancock)

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadRichard Grove and Ernest Hancock join me for roundtable on the challenges, rewards and goals involved with producing liberty-oriented and educational media. In our 2.5 hour discussion, we address the following questions: 1) Why is freedom important? 2) Why do we produce freedom-related content and put it out for free? 3) What do we need to do to get more people who listen passively to support us actively? Look ...

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[VIDEO] Rock the Vote – History and Not-So-Hidden Agenda

LIVE SHOW - Rock the Vote claims to be a nonpartisan organization. It is not. It claims to be simply interested in encouraging young people to vote for either party. But it is not that simple. We hope young people are smart enough to reject this and we're here to help. The PodcastMasters: With Brett Veinotte, Jason Osborne (http://schoolsucksproject.com/) and Gardner Goldsmith (http://www.libertyconspiracy.com/)

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Podcast #303: Teens Take On the Mainstream Media (with Andrew Demeter)

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadTopic: Andrew Demeter of Teen Take joins me again to discuss his his new media project, Politicast. Andrew is currently raising funds to build the first news channel run by teens. View and subscribe to Teen Take Learn more about Politicast Andrew's first appearance on School Sucks: Please Support School Sucks Our Amazon Wish List Donate With Bitcoin Or Join the A/V Club Your continued support keeps the show ...

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217: A Smorgasbord of Topics With Dan Carlin

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadA long-awaited and frequently-requested discussion with Dan Carlin, the host of the Common Sense and Hardcore History podcasts. Dan was one of the first podcasters I ever listened to on a regular basis. Some of what we discussed: -What happened to the media? -Narrow-casting -Dan's transition from radio to podcasting, how did that happen? -The process for producing Hardcore History -Is history shaped more by philosophy/prevailing ideologies or by ...

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184: Youth Marketing – Old Tricks For New Generations

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThe new website is up! HUGE thanks to Tony Sage, our webmaster. Topic: Cory, Celestina and I discuss what many may consider predatory practices in modern advertising and 360-degree marketing to children. While these techniques have become more sophisticated with the arrival of new media, they still rely on the basic tricks that adults have been falling for since the mid-1920s. -Consuming Kids: The Commercialization of Childhood (Documentary) -Government ...

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130: Logic Saves Lives (Introduction) – Empowerment and Self-Defense

Podcast: Play in new window | Download"In almost every act of our lives whether in the sphere of politics or business in our social conduct or our ethical thinking, we are dominated by the relatively small number of persons who understand the mental processes and social patterns of the masses. It is they who pull the wires that control the public mind." -Edward Bernays Topic: Richard Grove and Tony Myers from TragedyandHope.com join me for ...

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051 School News! (#4b): The Mainstream Media: Parrots On the Shoulders of Pirates

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadMost of this show was my original attempt to begin the Kids Are Not Defective Series, but it just turned into a rant about the mainstream media. A couple months ago I decided to watch a little cable news. MSNBC to be precise. They were running a story/series called "V Is For...Violence." It focused on the inability of adolescents to handle the stimulation they get from the technology of ...

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