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The Utterly Moderate Network is dedicated to helping Americans access reliable information. One of the focal points of this effort is our main podcast, the Utterly Moderate Podcast. Most episodes of the Utterly Moderate Podcast are educational and focus on one topic which the hosts (reasonable social scientists Ali and Lawrence) and their guests analyze by clearing away politics, opinions, and ideologies. Just the facts, just the weight of the evidence. The Utterly Moderate Podcast also has ...
 
Parenting is hard. We become more resilient through our experiences, and this only comes from falling, finding our way back, and rising up strong. I believe that through our stories we can reconnect, and the MODERATE PARENT podcast will include conversations with many different parents, as well as some solo thoughts of my own for you to ponder. No matter how you see yourselves as parents, this show is for you!
 
Welcome to the Militant Moderate! Follow me to get an open-minded political comment on our current politicians, pundits, celebrities, and overall trouble-makers. My goal is to open a dialogue while providing facts, statistics, entertainment, and for all of us to find some common ground or, at least, understand why we disagree. And remember, BE. NICE. See you next week!
 
Vi moderater har som idé att vara det parti som bäst förstår Östergötland. Därför pågår vårt arbete med Östgötaresan, där vi lär oss genom besök och samtal med människor över hela länet. Vår podd, Östgötaröster, är en del i detta. Under kommande år tänker vi låta olika människor, olika perspektiv komma till tals. Ung som äldre, landsbygd som stad, jordbrukare som student. Tillsammans är vi Östergötland – och tillsammans kan vi utveckla en politik med fötterna i den östgötska myllan.
 
A podcast centered around technology from a man just trying to find his way in this life. Topics discussed are: Interesting new technology - Maybe new apps, web services, etc. - My views on technology and how it has impacted life and will continue to do so - how we use tech 'in' and 'to' advance our careers - and finally life in general as a husband, father, geek, and entrepreneur. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/technicallyliving/support
 
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Amy Fried and Douglas Harris join the show to discuss their book, At War with Government: How Conservatives Weaponized Distrust from Goldwater to Trump. Episode music: “Please Listen Carefully” by Jahzzar (creative commons) “Make Your Dreams Reality” by Scott Holmes Music (creative commons) "Reading by Lamplight" by Maarten Schellekens (creative co…
 
Max Blumenthal and Ben Norton discuss the 20th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks with Professor Asad Abukhalil, and the millions of victims of the "War on Terror." We speak about US imperialism's constant meddling in the Middle East, and Washington's hybrid wars on Iran, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Palestine, Yemen, and more. VIDEO: https://y…
 
Ben Norton was invited to give this talk on US hybrid warfare in Latin America. He analyzes how imperialism has evolved in the 21st century, and looks at Washington's interventionist campaigns across the region, from Bolivia to Venezuela. Then Ben discusses the case of the 2018 coup attempt in Nicaragua. The talk goes from the beginning to 1:00:00.…
 
Ben Norton discusses his The Grayzone investigation "How elite US institutions created Afghanistan’s neoliberal President Ashraf Ghani, who stole $169 million from his country": https://thegrayzone.com/2021/09/02/afghanistan-ashraf-ghani-corrupt VIDEO: https://youtube.com/watch?v=bgTu7MC3gVc Watch Ben's weekly show Propaganda Today, where he stream…
 
Happy Labor Day everyone! On this holiday we are celebrating American workers here on the Utterly Moderate Podcast! We are joined today by Chad Stone, the chief economist at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and Emily Guendelsberger, author of On the Clock: What Low-Wage Work Did to Me and How it Drives America Insane. We discuss the plig…
 
On Foreign Agents, Max Blumenthal and Ben Norton expose the biggest frauds recruited as defectors and dissidents to lie about Official Enemies by the US regime, from North Korea's Yeonmi Park to Kuwait's Nayirah to Syria's Bana al-Abed. VIDEO: https://youtube.com/watch?v=pJCY7dS7StU You can watch Max's show Foreign Agents at Rokfin and subscribe to…
 
Reality itself is fragile this fortnight, as we review Ryan Reynolds' new reality-questioning movie Free Guy (10:06) and Marvel's multiverse-humping animated series What If...? (25:16). Fuller shownotes at http://www.moderatefantasyviolence.com/ And for a couple more days, Nick's FairyFare Kickstarter remains ongoing. Get in while you can.…
 
Utterly Moderate listeners have been submitting their guesses to UtterlyModerate@gmail.com for weeks and the day has finally arrived! Who is today's mystery guest?!? A guest that Lawrence booked specifically for Ali? Tune in to find out! Thank you to Melissa Folds, Mario Zangla, and Neil Connelly for their help producing this episode. Episode music…
 
We discuss how the US government is destabilizing the strategic Horn of Africa with Eritrean journalist Elias Amare. We talk about the conflict in Ethiopia, the TPLF's attacks on the government in the Tigray region, and the role of the Biden administration's sanctions and meddling. Is the United States using the "humanitarian interventionist" playb…
 
Eric Trimble joins the show to explain all things funeral to Utterly Moderate listeners. Eric is a licensed funeral director and embalmer in Illinois and Iowa, heads the Trimble Funeral Home & Crematory in Coal Valley, Illinois, and has over 50 years of experience in the industry. Eric says that, “I truly find meaning in helping people at a time wh…
 
We continue our discussion with geopolitical analyst Pepe Escobar of the end of the 20-year US/NATO war in Afghanistan, the opium ratline the CIA used to fund dirty covert ops, the fight over pipelines, and the estimated $1 trillion worth of untapped mineral reserves in the country, as well as Washington's "pivot to Asia" and how Afghanistan is cen…
 
Max Blumenthal and Ben Norton discuss the end to the 20-year US/NATO war in Afghanistan with journalist Pepe Escobar, who has extensive experience reporting in the country and was even arrested by the Taliban. We talk about how the geopolitics of the conflict, how the Taliban has changed, what the future government could look like, and the corrupti…
 
Max Blumenthal discusses US government-backed regime-change guru Gene Sharp with scholar Marcie Smith Parenti. They talk about Sharp's NED-funded Albert Einstein Institution; his explicitly neoliberal, pro-corporate, and pro-imperialist politics; and the manuals Sharp wrote teaching people how to do so-called "color revolutions" (ie, soft coups) ag…
 
Judy Kurtz and Jason Adrians join the Utterly Moderate Podcast to discuss the ins and outs of journalism. Judy Kurtz has worked as a newspaper columnist and television commentator and is currently an entertainment reporter for the Hill. She has worked at and/or contributed to a number of outlets during her career, including HLN, Sky News, E! News, …
 
On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast, Lawrence and Ali interview conservative political commentator, nationally syndicated columnist, and Bulwark policy editor and podcaster Mona Charen. Their discussion covers the work of the Bulwark, the problems of misinformation and disinformation, the meaning of conservatism, the decline in decency,…
 
Max Blumenthal and Ben Norton discuss how the US government laid the groundwork for unrest in Cuba, the Biden administration's escalation of the economic war, and how CIA cutouts like USAID and the NED have cultivated a counter-revolutionary cultural network of rappers, artists, and social media influencers to push propaganda. We had planned on spe…
 
Max Blumenthal discusses his reporting at the US Capitol on the protests demanding an eviction moratorium, the huge impending economic crisis, the opportunism of the Squad, and how Democratic Party warmongers like Adam Schiff cynically exploited it to do a photo op. VIDEO: https://youtube.com/watch?v=3aHgChJxsdg…
 
More new film releases than we've become used to in this episode, as we cover Deerskin and The Sparks Brothers up-front, followed by a longer chat about The Suicide Squad (9:04) and a retreat to familiar streaming territory with Biohackers season 2 (21:49). Nick's new comics Kickstarter for FairyFare, with artist Rosie Alexander, is running now, so…
 
Kathleen Romig joins the Utterly Moderate Podcast to discuss the future of the Social Security program. Romig is a senior policy analyst at the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. Her research focuses on Social Security, SSI, paid leave, and other government budget issues. Romig has previously worked at the Social Security Administration, Socia…
 
Play along at home and see how well you score (and if you beat the hosts!) as political scientist Lonce Bailey quizzes Utterly Moderate hosts Ali and Lawrence about their U.S. government knowledge! Episode music: “Please Listen Carefully” by Jahzzar (creative commons) “Make Your Dreams Reality” by Scott Holmes Music (creative commons) “By Grace” by…
 
On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast we are joined by economists Heidi Hartmann and Ariane Hegewisch to discuss the gender pay gap in the U.S., including its definition, size, causes, and possible solutions. Episode music: “Please Listen Carefully” by Jahzzar (creative commons) “Make Your Dreams Reality” by Scott Holmes Music (creative c…
 
We briefly discuss how the US government and corporate media are heavily amplifying small protests in Cuba to destabilize the country. While Washington suffocates the Cuban people with an illegal, 60-year blockade that the entire world just voted against at the UN, C-list celebrities are promoting #SOSCuba propaganda, and thousands of bots are spre…
 
We discuss the assassination of President Jovenel Moïse with Haitian journalist Nazaire St. Fort and scholar Jeb Sprague. We talk about the "interim" presidency of US asset Claude Joseph, his request for American troops, the history of UN occupation, and the role of Colombian mercenaries and US citizens contracted by a Florida-based firm run by a r…
 
On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast we are joined by NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory researcher Varoujan Gorjian and New York Times columnist and science author Carl Zimmer. We discuss black holes, the value of science, the importance of good teachers, the work of the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, the nuclear age, duck and cover drills…
 
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