News And Politics Podcasts
aliveinbaghdad.orgAlive in Baghdad was formed to counter the sound-bite driven, 'Live From' news model. Through the work of a team of Americans and Iraqi correspondents on the ground, Alive in Baghdad shows the occupation through the voices of Iraqis. Alive in Baghdad brings testimonies from individual Iraqis, footage of daily life in Iraq, and short news segments from Iraq to you.
By Alive in Baghdad
Each week, TIME asks 10 reader-submitted questions to the latest newsmakers including celebrities, politicians and world leaders. Have a question to ask a public figure? Check time.com/10questions weekly to submit your question and to see who'll be our next guest.
By Time Magazine
Each week the greatest minds of our generation come to together to discuss politics, economics, foreign policy and other important issues. You can listen to them somewhere else. On the Red Eye podcast, Tom Shillue, TV’s Andy Levy, Tim Dimond and Ben Kissel chat about pop culture, share personal stories, and most likely talk about tacos or other food related subjects.
By FOX News Radio
The Texas Tribune's weekly political podcast features CEO Evan Smith, Managing Editor Ross Ramsey and KUT-FM's Ben Philpott, who's covering campaigns for the Tribune. It's a provocative weekly skirmish over the latest in Texas politics, policy and pop culture. Timely talk with distinctly Texas flavor.
By The Texas Tribune
"A Rifleman never stops learning, a Rifleman never stops teaching. A Rifleman continues to seek ways to to protect the freedom the Founding Fathers left us, to improve himself, his home and family, his community, his state and his country, everyday of his life. A Rifleman adapts, a Rifleman overcomes and a Rifleman persists. This is not just some fancy gilded rhetoric we throw around like popcorn and pennies. This is the code we live by here. There is nothing wrong, no matter how often the mass of talking heads tells you it is wrong, or outdated, or corny, stupid and cavemanish, with having a code to live by in your life. Modern Americans have forgotten their code. They have forgotten how to be Americans. We are here to help them remember." Scout The Revolutionary War Veterans Association's Appleseed Project is dedicated to teaching an intense rifle marksmanship and safety course. But the RWVA Appleseed Project is much more than a marksmanship organization and much more than a social organization. It is a direct link back to America's Founding Fathers and instruction about what the duties of a "Rifleman" are today in America. A Rifleman adapts, a Rifleman overcomes and a Rifleman persists. Find out what it means to be called a "Rifleman" and what it takes to live a "Rifleman's Life".