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You favorite Ultra-Left-Post-Posadist-Nihilist-Anarcho-Communist-Bordiga-Adjacent comedy and politics podcast. #UnrestIsBest With Jamie Peck, Sean, AP Andy and a rotating cast of guests. Become a patron to enjoy bonus content, access to our Discord community and more at: www.patreon.com/theantifada twitter: @the underscore antifada @jamie underscore elizabeth @spaceprole
 
The Business of Government Hour highlights government executives and thought leaders who are changing the way government does business. Host Michael J. Keegan speaks to guests about leadership, public management, innovation, as well as their vision of government in the 21st century. Each interview offers an informative, insightful, and in-depth conversation on topics and trends at the intersection of government, technology, and leadership.
 
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Jamie and Sean continue with Jason Myles (@lafinabsolute) and Pascal Robert (@probert06) of the podcast and YouTube show This is Revolution (@TIRShowOakland) to critique the American left, talk shit and analyze the intersection of music and politics. For this bonus content and access to our huge archive of good content, become a patron at www.patre…
 
It’s movie night here at “In Defense of Ska.” Grab some popcorn and go watch the 2020 horror-comedy film “Uncle Peckerhead.” Watch it before you listen to our latest episode because spoilers are discussed. “Uncle Peckerhead” is a great movie about fake DIY punk band DUH. Like “Green Room,” this punk-on-the-road film turns horror. But it’s quite dif…
 
Jamie and Sean are joined by Jason Myles (@lafinabsolute) and Pascal Robert (@probert06) of the podcast and YouTube show This is Revolution (@TIRShowOakland) for a wide-ranging discussion of black politics, media, and organizing in the modern age. Pascal's Newsweek article: https://www.newsweek.com/black-political-elite-serving-corporate-interests-…
 
What is the purpose of the U.S. Government Accountability Office’s (GAO) Science, Technology Assessment, and Analytics team? How is GAO innovating the way it does business? What emerging technologies offer the most promise and require the most oversight? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Dr. Timothy Persons, Chie…
 
Asian Man Records has released some breakout records, like Pezcore (Less Than Jake), Goddamnit (Alkaline Trio), and People Who Eat People Are The Luckiest People in the World (AJJ). But the label has also released several great, lesser-known albums. For this episode, we will focus on Language by Short Round, which was released in 2002. More specifi…
 
Enjoy this unlocked bonus ep! Happy Thanks-taking, we'll be back next week. -jamie Meme Militant Meg and Andy read the essay Memes Without End by Adrian Wohlleben, in which he argues that elements of recent uprisings like the Yellow Vests of France, turnstile hopping of Chile, the umbrella-wielding frontliners of Hong Kong were memes that help them…
 
How can government leaders see constant change as an opportunity, not a threat? How can fostering a flux mindset help leaders be more effective and resilient in the face of relentless uncertainty? What strategies can leaders employ to do just this? Join Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with April Rinne, author of FLUX: 8 Super…
 
Notes from the great impasse.... the boys are back to take you for a wild ride from supply chains, to the Great Resignation, to culture wars, to cryptocurrency, to NFTs to terminal crisis. Why is nothing working and why does everything feel bad? It's the decadence of capitalism as a functioning social system and Sean and Matt explain why. Be sure t…
 
In Jordan Morris graphic novel Bubble, a character finds a flyer for the hip new DJ in town, a person that was in Mighty Mighty Bosstones for a short stint and won’t shut up about it. And yet, in the strange post-apocalyptic world of Bubble, this ex-Bosstones DJ dude is cooool. It’s a tiny detail that makes Morris’ book such a fun read. However, th…
 
Jamie is joined by pal-of-the-show Aaron Thorpe (@paradoomer) to discuss Lizzie Borden's 1983 feminist sci-fi film "Born In Flames." Ten years after a "war of liberation" that established a social democratic government in the United States, things are still not great for women, especially queer, black, working class women! In a story that remains r…
 
How does the HHS’ Program Support Center (PSC) support the business of government? What is it doing to transform how it delivers services to its agency partners? How is it using emerging technologies to enhance its programs and services? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Michael Peckham Acting Chief Financial Off…
 
If there’s anything we’ve learned this year, it’s that deep down, everyone loves ska. This week we provide yet another example of an unexpected band releasing a ska song: Screaming Females. They will be releasing a cover of The Selecter’s “On My Radio” next month. The song is being released as part of the deluxe edition of the comic series What’s T…
 
Greetings, Antifada super soldiers! This week, we're cross-posting an episode of Jamie's new show Everybody Loves Communism, wherein she and co-host Jorge do the reading so you don't have to. In this edition, Jamie and Jorge begin their mini-series on the Paris Commune as a prelude to chapter 3 of Lenin's "State and Revolution," because you need to…
 
Artificial Intelligence is widely used, but how do we know it’s working appropriately? What prompted the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to develop an AI Accountability Framework? What are the core principles of this framework? Join host Michael J. Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Taka Ariga, Chief Data Scientist and Direc…
 
In the first few months of this podcast, we used to joke that this was the “Animal Chin” podcast because, even though we’d never had anyone from Animal Chin on the show, we talked about them a lot. Well, guess what, now we have Animal Chin’s singer-songwriter Jamie Woolford on the show. So we finally get to ask him all of our burning Animal Chin qu…
 
What is the technology strategy for the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)? How is it using technology and innovation to change the way it does business? How has SBA adjusted its operations to meet the demands of its pandemic recovery mission? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Sanjay Gupta, Chief Technology…
 
Happy Halloweekend! Jamie and Leslie are back with a seasonally appropriate discussion of two takes on the same tale from two towering directors: "Bram Stoker's Dracula" (1992), directed by Francis Ford Coppola, and "Nosferatu the Vampyre" (1979), written and directed by Werner Herzog. Which film contains the more convincing worldview? Which Dracul…
 
LA ska band Hepcat once appeared on Late Night with Conan O’Brien. They were an early signing to Epitaph subsidiary Hellcat Records and were flown all over to open for a wide variety of bands. But they were—and the band admits this—never going to blow up. The group consisted of several LA ska scene kids from the 80s who loved original Jamaican ska.…
 
After the GSA convention (Gothic Socialists of America) the Antifidada crew spends a night at a hotel made famous by the book The Palmer Hotel, a collection of spooky short stories set over a century at a downtown hotel. $20. Venmo: Rick-Paulas, PayPal: RickPaulas@gmail, CashApp: $RickPaulas. Include address. Please help pay for our ptsd therapy by…
 
What is the U.S. Coast Guard’s strategic direction? How can the U.S. Coast Guard develop and sustain a mission ready total workforce? What is it doing to modernize its operations and infrastructure? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Admiral Karl Schultz, Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard. Listen to the podcast.…
 
In the second part of our first episode of Armed Love, Peter Coyote discusses his interest in Zen, how it came to be so influential to the beatniks and hippies, and his background with indigenous solidarity, particularly the campaign to free Leonard Peltier. Coyote recommends Peter Matthiessen's In the Spirit of Crazy Horse regarding Peltier, and T…
 
By now, most of us know that ska wasn’t dead in the 2000s. But it was uncool. Really uncool. Bands were fleeing from the scene, and describing their sound as “Rock with horns”—anything other than “ska.” But the scene continued, fueled by the passion of dedicated fans. During this weird time, one group that did quite well was Boston’s Big D and The …
 
We begin our new series on the revolutionary counterculture of the sixties by interviewing Peter Coyote, founding member of the Diggers -- an anarchist group from San Francisco whose free stores, tie-died shirts, free concerts, and activist street theater opened the gates of the Haight to tens of thousands of dropouts and helped define the sixties …
 
What are the key processes of innovating? Can innovating be taught & enhanced by continued practice? What are the core traits of an organization this is built to innovate? How can government executives innovate and find new ways to lead? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions with Dr. Ben Bensaou, Author of Built to Innovate — part…
 
Up until last year, alt-rock group Eve 6 was best known for their hit 1998 single, “Inside Out,” or as some people refer to it, “the heart in a blender song.” But times have changed. Now Eve 6, specifically lead singer Max Collins, is best known for taking over Twitter. It started last December when he tweeted that he was a virgin when he wrote “In…
 
Jamie and Sean are joined by superproducer Paul Channelstrip (@aufhebenkultur) (Antifada twitch channel, Everybody Loves Communism, many more) for a laid back episode about the zoo, a high profile bird murder, and the tendency of the rate of treats to fall over time. Why is the supply chain having a normal one and what does it mean for the current …
 
What are the principles of agile government? What are the new and emerging competencies required for agile public governance? How can agile principles and practices be taught in schools of public affairs and administration? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions with Angela Evans, Visiting Fellow at the IBM Center for The Business …
 
Augusta Koch’s first band was called The Blue Bananas, a ska band. They had a few originals and performed a Choking Victim song. They didn’t last long. She’s since gone on to play in some incredible non-ska bands like Cayetana and Gladie. And she even sang vocals for the fictitious group DUH in the horror-comedy film Uncle Peckerhead. But ska has r…
 
The madlads from TrashFuture are back! Sean is joined by Riley (@raaleh) and Nate (@inthesedeserts) to discuss the very public meltdown of, well, you know, the entire British civilization. As it turns out, things in the UK are even more bleak than they appear from across the pond: supply chains breaking down, petrol stations empty, services being c…
 
What is the IT strategy for the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO)? How is it using technology and innovation to change the way it does business? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Jamie Holcombe, Chief Information Officer at USPTO. Listen to the podcast.由IBM Center for The Business of Government
 
Avant-garde band The Residents have spent the last five decades anonymously creating music that is at times unsettling, goofy, bizarre, and always pushes the boundaries of music. Even the very idea that The Residents are a band is up for debate. They are more of an art collective that pretends to be a band. And though they prolifically create music…
 
Jamie and Andy are joined by Natasha Lennard (@NatashaLennard), contributing writer at The Intercept and author of "Being Numerous: Essays on Non-Fascist Life," to commemorate Occupy Wall Street's ten-year anniversary. What are people erasing when they remember Occupy solely as something that "changed the conversation" around wealth inequality? How…
 
What are design principles and tools for innovation? How can they help government executives transform how government does business? What strategies can leaders employ to achieve a design mindset? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Sarah Stein Greenberg, Author of Creative Acts for Curious People: How to Think, Cr…
 
Asian Man Records will be remembered as one of the best outlets for ska-punk in the 90s, with bands like Slapstick, MU330, Slow Gherkin, Less Than Jake, and other bands that still hold up decades later. The label is the brainchild of former Skankin Pickle singer/saxophonist Mike Park. Initially, Skankin Pickle started Dill Records, as a means to re…
 
Sean is joined by special guest Adam H Johnson (@adamjohnsonnyc), writer and host of the excellent Citations Needed podcast, to discuss the political economy of mass media, how consent is manufactured and the myriad ways in which the capitalist press is complicit even in a declining US empire. Then, with some extra time, Sean gives a briefing of se…
 
What are the IT priorities of the U.S Department of Commerce? How is Commerce and its bureaus leveraging emerging technologies? What is Commerce doing to modernize and secure its IT infrastructure? Join host Michael J. Keegan as he explores these questions and more with André Mendes, Chief Information Officer, U.S. Department of Commerce. Listen to…
 
The 90s was a weird time for mainstream music. After Nirvana and the “Grunge” scene blew up, major labels were on the prowl for the next big thing. A lot of unlikely bands and music genres had their 15 minutes of fame. Ska, of course, was one of those trends, as was the “swing revival.” We could debate whether it was good or bad that a handful of s…
 
We share our stories of 9/11 (some more harrowing than others) and commemorate some of the lesser known actions of the NYPD and FDNY with one of the anonymous members of Research and Destroy NYC Check out our bonus episode on the Strokes and NYC after 9/11 by becoming a patron at http://patreon.com/theantifada Download Research and Destroy's free z…
 
What is the mission of the GSA’s Office of Chief Financial Officer? How has the CFO transformed how this office operates? How can federal CFO’s promote automation and transformation? Join host Michael Keegan & co-host Troy Edgar as they explore these questions and more with Gerard Badorrek, CFO at the U.S. General Services Administration. Listen to…
 
Meme Militant Meg and Andy read the essay Memes Without End by Adrian Wohlleben, in which he argues that elements of recent uprisings like the Yellow Vests of France, turnstile hopping of Chile, the umbrella-wielding frontliners of Hong Kong were memes that help them spread in a way that traditional social movements cannot. Can we meme revolution i…
 
A couple of years before ska broke on the radio, Fishbone—who was on Columbia Records at the time—released arguably the greatest ska song of the 90s: “Unyielding Conditioning,” a beautiful tune with a deep message that challenges us to re-examine the very fabric of our shared reality, and to grapple with the forces that control us and make us miser…
 
The late Noel Ignatiev's comrades Zhana Kurti (from Hard Crackers) and Dave Ranney and Kingsley Clarke from the Sojourner Truth Organization discuss the release of Acceptable Men, a memoir of Noel's time in the '70s as militant worker in the larger US Steel Mill in Gary Indiana. Buy Acceptable Men from Charles H. Kerr Books or AK Press And follow K…
 
What is the mission of the U.S. General Services Administration’s (GSA) Office of Government-wide Policy? How is GSA pursuing government-wide sustainable practices? What is GSA doing to enhance government wide performance? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions and more with Krystal Brumfield, Associate Administrator Office of Gove…
 
Soul music has never gone away, but different versions of it come and go. In 2007, when Sharon Jones, 51 at the time, released her third album 100 Days, 100 Nights, she reached a significant audience. That made a lot of people declare "retro" soul back. But Sharon wasn’t retro, and the story around her success was much more complex. It is tied to t…
 
COVID-19 and its Impact: a series on how the pandemic has transformed government management and operations with host Michael J. Keegan and guest Dr. Rob Handfield–discussing key steps in building national supply chain immunity. Listen to the podcast.由IBM Center for The Business of Government
 
Why is it that most stand-up comedians pretend that they hate ska? We all know that they’re big nerds, so why don’t they relish in their dorkiness and not put on some big show that they’re cynical, sophisticated tastemakers too intelligent for ska! Oh well, at least not every comedian is this insecure. New York-based comedian Ian Fidance—the ska ki…
 
A Conversation on the Cybersecurity Risks of Smart City Technologies. What is “smart cities” technology? Do all smart city technologies pose equivalent cybersecurity risks? What are some of the most prevalent cyber threats posed by these technologies? Join host Michael Keegan has he explores these questions and more with Alison Post and Alex Pan co…
 
Leftover Crack is a band of dumpster-diving, drug-abusing, cop-hating crust punks…so begins the opening section in the book Architects of Self Destruction, an oral history of the band. The story of Leftover Crack is strange—unbelievable at times—and filled with bizarre decisions, weird characters, and as the title implies, copious self-sabotage. Th…
 
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