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Paula Pant

Paula Pant is a Podcast host, writer, speaker, and media commentator on financial independence and real estate investing. She is also the creator and host of the Afford Anything Podcast.
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Democracy Now! 2019-11-14 Thursday
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Democracy Now! 2019-11-14 ThursdayHeadlines for November 14, 2019In First Public Impeachment Hearing, Trump Implicated in Effort to Pressure Ukraine to Probe Bidens"This Is Unacceptable": Ex-Congresswoman Who Voted to Impeach Nixon Says Trump Is a Rogue PresidentChilean Activist: Same Elites Who Caused Social Crisis Can't Be Trusted to Write New ConstitutionCodePink Founder Medea Benjamin Threatened with Arrest After Protesting U.S. Foreign InterventionsDownload this show
Democracy Now! 2019-11-13 Wednesday
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Democracy Now! 2019-11-13 WednesdayHeadlines for November 13, 2019Democracy on Trial: Bill Moyers on Impeachment Inquiry & Why PBS Should Air Hearings in PrimetimeBill Moyers on Impeachment: All Presidents Lie, But Trump Has Created a Culture of LyingA Coup? A Debate on the Political Crisis in Bolivia That Led to Evo Morales's ResignationDownload this show
After Evo: As Right-Wing Senator Declares Herself President, What's Next for Bolivia?
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In Bolivia, right-wing Senator Jeanine Áñez declared herself president Tuesday night despite a lack of quorum in Congress, amid a deepening political crisis in the country. Evo Morales, Bolivia’s first indigenous president, left the country Monday after being granted asylum in Mexico. Morales announced his resignation Sunday, shortly after the Bolivian military took to the airwaves to call for his departure. His Movement Toward Socialism party is refusing to recognize Áñez as president, calling her claim illegal and decrying Evo Morales’s resignation over the weekend as a military coup. We continue our conversation with Pablo Solón and Kevin Young about the political crisis in Bolivia. Solón, who served as Bolivia’s United Nations ambassador under former President Evo Morales, says Morales’s ouster was not a coup. Young, who teaches history at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, disagrees.
Democracy Now! 2019-11-12 Tuesday
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Democracy Now! 2019-11-12 TuesdayHeadlines for November 12, 2019The Edge of Democracy: Lula Is Freed in Brazil in Victory for Movement to Resist BolsonaroVowing to End Cash Bail & Reform Justice System, Chesa Boudin Wins San Francisco DA Race"Seattle Is Not For Sale": Voters Rebuke Amazon, Re-electing Socialist Kshama SawantDownload this show
Democracy Now! 2019-11-11 Monday
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Democracy Now! 2019-11-11 MondayHeadlines for November 11, 2019"This Is a Military Coup": Bolivian President Evo Morales Resigns After Army Calls for His OusterSen. Elizabeth Warren on Environmental Justice, Shutting Down Pipelines, Capitalism & BillionairesDownload this show
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Bay Shore, New York, USA
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1191
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8
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1 month, 4 days