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Tucker Carlson reigns as the most-watched personality on cable news. How did he get that way? How important is he really? And what does he actually believe? To answer these questions, he enlist the help of Tucker scholar and returning guest Alex Shephard, who guides us through Carlson's trajectory from a Tom Wolfe-ish magazine scribe to a Jon Stewa…
 
Matthew and Jonah converse about much in the world of sports: What do Patriots fans make of Mac Jones after Week 1's loss? How did Nietzsche predict the Jets' QB situation? Why does Jonah, a Red Sox fan, hope they don't make the playoffs, and why does that make Matthew feel like Rick Moranis in Ghostbusters? Is the wealth disparity in European socc…
 
Ten years after Occupy Wall Street, Jacobin's Meagan Day and Seth Ackerman join us to discuss how the left has changed. We also cover Manchin's money trail and the "Havana Syndrome." Weekends with Ana Kasparian and Nando Vila features free-flowing and humorous commentary on current events and political strategy. This is the podcast version of the s…
 
Grace speaks to Kyle Lewis and Will Stronge, authors of Overtime: Why We Need a Shorter Working Week. They discuss the centrality of struggles over working time to the history of class struggle, why the shorter working week should be a central demand of labor movements today, and how we need to reimagine work to build a more just and sustainable wo…
 
Jacobin film critic Eileen Jones joins TJS to discuss the uses (and the limits) of art as political propaganda and the role of mass entertainment in modern society. The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on class and capitalism in the twenty-first century, the failures of liberalism, and the prospects of rebuilding a left labor movement in …
 
Doug interviews Clyde Barrow on how Texas, a diverse, urbanized, sophisticated state, is run by a bunch of reactionary white would-be cowboys. Plus: Anatol Lieven on the US–China rivalry and the meaning of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan. Read Anatol's article here: https://responsiblestatecraft.org/2021/09/03/what-is-drowning-americans-in-new-y…
 
Alex Sammon at the American Prospect says Democrats who believe we should keep the filibuster think that offensively they are at their limit, and need to keep the filibuster to prevent things from getting any worse. It is a defensive stance against the Republicans. His article, “The Vanishing Case for Liberal Inaction” makes the case that when Demo…
 
Después del éxito de la primera parte GEOPOLÍTICA EN TIEMPOS DE PANDEMIA con más de 125.000 visitas, regresamos con una segunda parte. AYÚDANOS a una TERCERA edición en: https://www.eljacobino.es/ Invitados: · Pedro Baños - Coronel, escritor y analista en medios de comunicación · Javier Couso - ExEurodiputado · Esteban Hernández - Jefe de Opinión d…
 
Economist Adam Tooze joins Weekends to discuss how the economic crisis brought on by the pandemic differs from prior economic crashes, how elites have responded to the pandemic, and how COVID might shape the future development of China’s political and economic power. Weekends with Ana Kasparian and Nando Vila features free-flowing and humorous comm…
 
In Apichatpong Weerasethakul's UNCLE BOONMEE WHO CAN RECALL HIS PAST LIVES (2010), the boundaries between life and death, past and present, ghost and human, and human and animal fade away. We discuss some possible philosophical and political readings of this cryptic masterpiece. PLUS: the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and the media is covering the Canad…
 
Ho-Fung Hung, professor at Johns Hopkins University, joins Long Reads for a discussion on the Chinese economy, COVID, and the future under Xi Jinping. Long Reads is a Jacobin podcast looking in-depth at political topics and thinkers, both contemporary and historical, with the magazine’s longform writers. Hosted by Features Editor Daniel Finn. You c…
 
Noam Chomsky joins the Jacobin Show to discuss the twentieth anniversary of 9/11, the War on Terror, and the future of American imperialism after the disastrous invasions of Afghanistan and Iraq. The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on class and capitalism in the twenty-first century, the failures of liberalism, and the prospects of rebui…
 
Doug speaks with Paul Passavant, author of Policing Protest, on the change in how cops treat protesters since the 1960s. Plus: Marisol Cantú and Shiva Mishek (co-author of this article: https://jacobinmag.com/2021/08/richmond-california-police-rpd-defund-budget-social-services-progressive-alliance-city-council) on how activists won a shift of publi…
 
David Sirota joins Weekends to explain why corporate America is working to dismantle the infrastructure bill and how progressives can fight to retain the climate and anti-poverty measures in the bill. Weekends with Ana Kasparian and Nando Vila features free-flowing and humorous commentary on current events and political strategy. This is the podcas…
 
Los Angeles Football Club's assistant general manager Will Kuntz joins the show to talk about the club, Major League Soccer, and his career path from New York Yankees intern to the LAFC front office. Topics discussed include what it was like reporting to George Steinbrenner, the path that led him from MLB to MLS, the state of LAFC, and how the club…
 
Pablo Iglesias dice que para salvar a la izquierda hay que ahondar exactamente en los mismo problemas que la han destruido. Aquí nuestra oposición frontal a la idea reaccionaria de plurinacionalidad. El problema de la desigualdad y el desmantelamiento del Estado del Bienestar que genera la derecha, no se soluciona con quien hace exactamente lo mism…
 
Jacobin staff writer Luke Savage joins us to discuss American liberalism after Trump: Has Trump Derangement Syndrome permanently altered liberalism in the US? Why do liberals still act like they're losing? Is liberalism in crisis? The Jacobin Show offers socialist perspectives on class and capitalism in the twenty-first century, the failures of lib…
 
Doug speaks with Helen Yaffe, author of We Are Cuba!, about the country's economic history since the 1959 revolution generally and the recent “pro-democracy” demonstrations specifically. Behind the News, hosted by Doug Henwood, covers the worlds of economics and politics and their complex interactions, from the local to the global. Find the archive…
 
Media critic Adam Johnson and New York Magazine's Eric Levitz on the media's warmongering attack on Biden's withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan. Further reading: nymag.com/intelligencer/2021/08/media-bias-biden-polls-approval-afghanistan-withdrawal.html thecolumn.substack.com/p/on-afghanistan-withdrawal-nyts-peter Sign up for Adam's Substack: …
 
Andrei Tarkovsky's debut film IVAN'S CHILDHOOD (1962) sends us into a discussion about poetic cinema, memory, Russia, and what it means to be a national filmmaker. PLUS: Spike Lee's flirtation with 9/11 truth, and check-ins with two reactionary celebrities. Michael and Us is a podcast about political cinema and our crumbling world hosted by Will Sl…
 
On this episode of A World to Win, Grace speaks to Shon Faye, writer, artist, comedian, and author of the forthcoming book The Transgender Issue: An Argument for Justice. They discuss the prevalence of transphobia in the UK, why the transgender issue is also a class issue, and how socialists can and should support the fight for trans rights. You ca…
 
Jonathan Guyer of The American Prospect joins Suzi to discuss his August 26 piece called, "The Unheeded Dissent Cable." This is a knockout—a devastating memo, all the more so because it was sent to the State Department on July 13, and was then buried, never reaching the White House and National Security Council. We get Jonathan’s understanding of h…
 
Jacobin contributor Matt Huber joins Weekends to explain why appeals to "science" and "truth" and individual lifestyle changes won’t be enough to halt climate change or win a majority of workers over to an environmental movement. Any successful program to counter climate change must be rooted in a working class constituency, he argues. Weekends wit…
 
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