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Moving Forward

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Comedian and Podcaster Jazz Grackle identifies as “non-binary” and “a-gender.” We discuss how radical members of the LGBT community go too far, and the ways that is backfiring on the movement.
OG Yangster Jamie Paul (author of the American Dreaming substack) returns to the pod. We discuss: Why Andrew Yang lost the race for Mayor of New York City
This is a crossover episode with fellow #YangGang podcast “Left in the Basement”. Check out their other content at LeftInTheBasement.com.
What are Andrew Yang’s chances of winning the race for Mayor of New York City? What has his campaign done right, what could they do better, and how can the Humanity First movement learn from it all?
Brett Beletz, a Jewish anti-fascist activist, joins the pod to ask: What is fascism? Why is it spreading? And how do we stop it?
Dave Vane used to be a socialist, having even run for office as a progressive back in the day. Today, he's a Libertarian.
Matt MacCaughey, host of The Outrage Machine, joins the pod to discuss why people supported Donald Trump and what that means for the future of both parties.
Dylan Cronan, host of the new podcast “Left in the Basement,” grew up in the same small-town district as Marjorie Taylor Greene. We discuss the strange appeal of *insanity* in today’s political climate.
Jamie Paul is an OG Yangster who authors the “American Dreaming” blog. We discuss his recent piece "Why I Am Not a Populist."
Do people have free will? What are the criminal justice implications?
US primaries are a recent invention intended to democratize the nominating process. In practice, rather than empowering the majority, they’ve led to the outsize influence of two increasingly radical partisan minorities. Are primaries a failed e
Software engineer Ryan Cwynar explains how information technology can spread democracy abroad and strengthen it at home.
In this Nerds for Humanity crossover episode: Can President Biden unite our divided country? & Will Andrew Yang be Mayor of New York City?
What has caused The Great Divide?
Is defending our republic from Republicans the new War on Terrorism?
Donald Trump incited an insurrection against the United States. What does this mean, and what can be done about it? Also, Corey releases the honey badger.
It’s a New Year and the dawn of a new political status quo. We debate prospects for the future of the US Democratic Party.
Is there really a “War on Christmas?”🎅🏻Why do discussions of this topic tend to go off the rails?🚂 We seek common ground this holiday season.❄️
Why a 6/3 conservative Supreme Court told Trump to f*ck off... twice.
Populism is a socio-economic problem, which requires both social and economic solutions.
Can Joe Biden unify America? AJ Pena (aka the Pragmatic Progressive) returns from his hiatus to help us answer this question.
Adam Hallissey, Editor in Chief of The Progressive Brief, rejoins the pod. We discuss the election results, Trump's refusal to concede, and ask the question: are Trump voters all deplorable?
We discuss the US presidential election results: What do they tell us about the electorate? And what do they mean for the future of politics?
Two alternate timelines: one where Biden wins and one where Trump wins. What does the future hold for the US political spectrum as represented by the platforms, strategy, and coalitions of our two viable parties?
What are the challenges facing the democratic process, how did we get ourselves in this mess, and what are the best ways to fix it?
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