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Following a Peabody nomination and two Webby nominations for Best General Series and Best Documentary Podcast for Season One: The College Admission Scandal, Season Two of Gangster Capitalism has the NRA is in the crosshairs. This season we dissect how the past year has rocked the country’s most powerful special interest organization like none other. Internal power struggles have exposed the group’s questionable, and possibly illegal practices which now threaten the nearly 150-year old nonpro ...
 
Who Makes Cents?: A History of Capitalism Podcast is a monthly program devoted to bringing you quality, engaging stories that explain how capitalism has changed over time. We interview historians and social and cultural critics about capitalism’s past, highlighting the political and economic changes that have created the present. Each episode gives voice to the people who have shaped capitalism – by making the rules or by breaking them, by creating economic structures or by resisting them.
 
How does capitalism affect our personal lives? How does the economy affect life at home, relationships at work, romance and dating? Capitalism Hits Home with Dr. Harriet Fraad and Julianna Forlano explores what is happening in the economic realm and its impact on our individual and social psychology. More about Capitalism Hits Home https://www.democracyatwork.info/capitalismhitshome
 
We created this podcast in recognition that there are a number of podcasts for the American “left,” but many of them focus heavily on the organizing of social democrats, progressives, and liberal democrats. Aside from that, on the left we are always fighting a war of ideas and if we do not continue to build platforms to share those ideas and the stories of their implementation from a leftist perspective, they will continue to be ignored, misrepresented, and dismissed by the capitalist media ...
 
Navigating the marketplace is the original choose-your-own adventure. Thrilling Tales of Modern Capitalism takes a company in the news, and looks at its history to figure out why it finds itself in its present circumstances. Host Seth Stevenson brings you stories you may not have heard about the brands that shape how you live and work. And whether they’ve succeeded or failed, these companies have been on more of an adventure than you may have imagined.
 
“This is Capitalism: CEO Stories”, the intersection of the free market and entrepreneurial success stories. Here we speak with leading CEOs, academics, philanthropists and up and comers on their contributions and perspectives on the American economy. This podcast is a part of “This is Capitalism”, a branded content series sponsored by Stephens Inc., aims to educate and inform the public about the free market. Stephens Inc. is a full service investment banking firm headquartered in Little Roc ...
 
How do you go from comfortable affluence to real wealth? Listen to the Capital Gains podcast, by Capitalism.com, with host and professional real estate investor Jonathan Twombly. In interviews with top professionals, we'll discuss alternative investments you might not have known about that can help you go beyond merely obtaining a passive income to growing your asset base and becoming truly wealthy.
 
This is the podcast that brings high achievers together to build businesses, create wealth, and constantly pursue growth. You have the ability to Create The Change that you want to see in your world... and this show will show you how the greats have done it. They will force you to think bigger, move faster, and create even more. At Capitalism.com we serve entrepreneurs and bring them together because your success is in direct correlation to who and what you know. To attend our next in person ...
 
Government needs to get out of the way and let personally responsible entrepreneurs be the change we want to see in the world. That’s the message on the Be The Change Podcast, by Capitalism.com, hosted by political analyst and author Kristin Tate. Each week, Kristin connects with politicians, pundits and entrepreneurs who agree that we need a strong economy, clean environment, prosperity, health and happiness—and debates why personal responsibility is the key to getting what we all want.
 
Here is Hans Hoppe's first treatise in English — actually his first book in English — and the one that put him on the map as a social thinker and economist to watch. He argued that there are only two possible archetypes in economic affairs: socialism and capitalism. All systems are combinations of those two types. The capitalist model he defines as pure protection of private property, free association, and exchange — no exceptions. All deviations from that ideal are species of socialism, wit ...
 
In World Gone Mad, activist, social worker and Marxist Jessica Cassell explores the many and complex ways that the conditions of life under capitalism influences and impedes our mental health. Ultimately, a sick and unjust society makes us unwell, pointing to the need for radical social change to address the mental health crisis we are facing globally. Cover artist: @Pixiewithpens
 
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Une émission expérimentale d’analyse matérialiste critique des politiques sanitaires étatiques et des contestations anti-sanitaires en contexte épidémique à l’ère du coronavirus – avec Leuh Ki, bon connaisseur de ces questions et membre du collectif Agitations. L’émission (50 minutes) comporte : Une analyse critique de la biopolitique capitaliste d…
 
The name Wells Fargo conjures up images of old western stagecoaches and pioneers. But when scandal hit, was this feel-good history enough to deflect attention away from the bank’s present-day troubles? Podcast production by Jess Miller, with help from Cleo Levin and Asha Saluja. Slate Plus members get ad-free podcasts and bonus episodes of shows li…
 
One of the ugliest faces of capitalism is big pharma. Pharmaceuticual companies rake in more profits every year and hurt everyday people. In this episode, Hillary and Erika discuss the top companies, notable big pharma scandals, and price gouging of prescription drugs. Episode Cocktail: The Painkiller 2 oz spiced rum 4 oz pineapple juice 1 oz orang…
 
On this week's show, Dr. Fraad and Julianna Forlano discuss the amazing bill just passed by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s Socialist Labor Party which explores and reveals the economic value of essential caring labor usually done by women. New Zealand’s social workers, child care providers, nursing assistants and other care workers will now be rec…
 
While COVID-19 initially struck hardest in American cities, since the end of the summer, more and more rural Americans are dealing with the consequences of the pandemic—including new daily per capita caseloads and death rates that have surpassed those found in more urban areas. Gbenga Ajilore, senior economist at the Center for American Progress, j…
 
In this episode we interview Brandon Soderberg who along with Baynard Woods co-authored the book I Got A Monster, The Rise And Fall of America’s Most Corrupt Police Squad. Soderberg is a reporter living Baltimore and was previously the Editor in Chief of the Baltimore City Paper and a contributing writer to SPIN. His work has appeared in The New Yo…
 
Patricia O’Connell interviews Cortney Stapleton, Partner at Bliss Integrated Communications and one of the Founders of Exponent Women. Patricia and Cortney discuss why women in the dealmaking community benefit from networking and having a place where their voices are heard and their power is raised exponentially. Listen in to learn how this network…
 
The history of capitalism in Egypt has long been synonymous with cotton cultivation and dependent development. In Egypt's Occupation: Colonial Economism and the Crisis of Capitalism, Aaron Jakes challenges longstanding conceptions of Egypt as peripheral to global capitalism through revealing the country's role as a laboratory for colonial economism…
 
Did you know that Procter & Gamble, noted purveyor of soaps and shampoos and such, is deeply involved with the church of SATAN!?!!?!? Well, at least that's what a lot of concerned evangelicals were saying in the 80s and 90s. Today we explore the origins of this strange panic in a very SPOOOOKY Halloween edition of Desperate Acts of Capitalism!!!Edi…
 
It Was Said, a limited documentary podcast series, looks back on some of the most powerful, impactful and timeless speeches in American history. Written and narrated by Pulitzer Prize winning and best-selling author-historian Jon Meacham, and created, directed and produced by Peabody-nominated C13Originals Studios in association with HISTORY Channe…
 
After chatting with Bill Glaser of Outstanding Foods (one of the companies I invest in), our conversation shifted to a coffee creamer company called Laird Superfood. With revenues of only $19 million, investors just valued this company at $400 million. Their products aren't even all that different from their competitors’ and yet they went public wi…
 
À l’occasion du débat enflammé autour du documentaire Hold-Up, une analyse matérialiste critique des conspirationnismes et de leurs différentes variantes, qui s’attaque prioritairement aux conspirationnismes dirigés contre des minorités raciales plutôt qu’à ceux fondés sur un anticapitalisme tronqué, qui s’en prend non pas seulement au conspiration…
 
Former SEC Commissioner Robert Jackson, Co-Director of the Institute for Corporate Governance and Finance and Director of the Program on Corporate Law and Policy at the New York University School of Law, joins to discuss transparency, concentration, the perceived political power of business, and the strengths and weaknesses of US financial regulati…
 
One of our favorite kinds of conversations is when we can help an entrepreneur get unstuck. Sometimes, the very question that’s stymied you for weeks can be cleared up in minutes. It’s astonishing to watch a braingasm happen, and inspiring to see what happens once there’s a spotlight shining on the path ahead. You’re about to hear several conversat…
 
In this episode, we begin to tell the story of Jack London's crazy life--a story that shows his evolution into a socialist. Along the way, we introduce some of the concepts that are fundamental to the political economic views of both Jack London and Karl Marx. Born to spiritualist parents who had less to do with his upbringing than the ex-slave who…
 
The National Enquirer played a large role in the 2016 election. Four years later, the paper has been merged with a company that sells corkscrews, umbrellas, and hand sanitizer, and its CEO has been ousted from his leadership role. What happened since its days of major scoops and supermarket dominance? Podcast production by Jess Miller, with help fr…
 
On this part 2 of 2, Dr. Fraad and Julianna Forlano continue their discussion of toxic masculinity and how the social and economic conditions of its existence have transformed. Testosterone fueled aggression and heft are no longer needed or wanted in the workplace or at home. Force comes in when equality and democracy threaten old privilege.…
 
Hear about what’s new and exciting in the Capitalism.com world. We’ve launched the Capitalism Incubator, affectionately known as CapInc. Wondering how it’s going for the students? Something amazing happened only two weeks in with the current students. Many of you have asked when we’ll open the doors again… listen in for the answer so you can be rea…
 
For certain parents, a stroller isn’t just a product—it’s a lifestyle signifier. For the past 100 years or so, one stroller brand at a time seems to reign supreme, until it’s dethroned by the next up-and-comer. Right now, UPPAbaby is that “it” stroller. But with new customers being born every minute, how do they maintain a stronghold? Podcast produ…
 
Sustainable agriculture should be the ultimate goal in American farming. It is necessary to consider how to meet our current society's food and textile needs without compromising the ability of future generation's ability to meet their needs. In this episode, we discuss methods and goals of sustainable agriculture, introduce the topic of soil healt…
 
On this part 1 of 2, Dr. Fraad and Julianna Forlano discuss toxic masculinity and how the social and economic conditions of its existence have transformed. Testosterone fueled aggression and heft are no longer needed or wanted in the workplace or at home. Force comes in when equality and democracy threaten old privilege.…
 
Recorded: 10/23/20 From public health and worker safety to economic dislocation and financial stability, the COVID-19 pandemic has hit some families and communities much harder than others. With the early economic recovery itself looking increasingly uneven, Abigail Wozniak, Director of the Opportunity & Inclusive Growth Institute at the Federal Re…
 
Today, I’m going to introduce you to someone inside The One Percent community who’s got a system for making high-converting video ads. (Yup, he’ll share it with you.) Kevin Anson creates the smash-hit video ad creative for a few brands you might have heard of… Tony Robbins Dean GraziosiRussell BrunsonDaymond JohnBrendon BurchardFrank KernMike Dilla…
 
In this episode we discuss the movement to #EndSARS with Ani Kayode Somtochukwu, a 21 year old openly gay Queer Liberation activist, writer and journalist living in Enugu state Nigeria. His work focuses on using visibility, and journalism to combat the pathologization and demonization of queer identities in Nigeria. He is the founder of the Queer U…
 
Eastman Kodak revolutionized amateur photography, but after failing to embrace digital, it fell on hard times. Then, a lifeline came in the form of a loan from the federal government--to make not cameras, but pharmaceuticals. It sent stock prices soaring … but also raised a lot of questions. Podcast production by Jess Miller, with help from Madelin…
 
Joining us from his hotel room in Texas, the Settle for Biden Van guy chatted about the motivations behind his cross-country journey. Chris Madden and his wife are traveling from state to state in a bright vinyl-wrapped van, filming fun videos and having conversations to drum up enthusiasm for Joe Biden. Their journey won't end until election day--…
 
Patricia O’Connell interviews Jill Houghton, President and CEO of Disability:IN. October is National Disability Employment Awareness Month. Patricia and Jill discuss the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), and the variety of Disability:IN programs promoting inclusion of people with disabilities in the workplace. Listen in to learn what your comp…
 
Part 2 of 2: this week's show is a continuation of the discussion of the labor we all need in order to function in our world: housework, ie. providing food, cooking food, let us avoid distracting hunger pains, that creates the order and cleanliness that allows us to be presentable in life, have clean clothes that don't smell, allow us to find the c…
 
Hey Entrepreneurs, Ever feel so stuck and stymied by a burning question that it’s hard to move forward building your business? Happens all the time. One of my favorite things about the time I spend with The One Percent community is when we open the floor to take questions just like that. The best moment is when I see the lightbulb come on - or as w…
 
When Chair Jerome Powell testified in front of Congress at the end of September, he pledged that the Federal Reserve was committed to using its tools “to do what we can, for as long as it takes” to ensure a strong recovery limited lasting damage to the economy. Skanda Amarnath, Director of Research and Analysis at Employ America, joins to discuss t…
 
Today, I’m joined by Trevor Blake. Trevor’s the author of Three Simple Steps, the book I recommend most in 2020. He started his first business at age 43 and has subsequently grown and exited three businesses for a total of $600 million dollars. Now, he’s working on business #4. He’s done this without ever having a single employee. We recorded this …
 
In this episode, we dive deep into the differences between Biden and Trump in terms of the environment. We discuss the horrific environmental ramifications of Trump's four years in office, including his war on science, his rollback of crucial regulations, and his opening of our public lands to extractive fossil fuel industries that are doomed to fa…
 
In this episode we interview Amandla Thomas-Johnson, about his new book, Becoming Kwame Ture. Amandla Thomas-Johnson is a British-born writer of African-Caribbean descent. He is based in Dakar, Senegal, from where he covers West Africa. He has reported from a dozen countries, and has covered social movements from Trinidad and Tobago to Chile to Mau…
 
Part 1 of 2: this week's show focuses on the labor we all need in order to function in our world. It's housework, providing food, cooking food, let us avoid distracting hunger pains, that creates the order and cleanliness that allows us to be presentable in life, have clean clothes that don't smell, allow us to find the clothing we need to wear tha…
 
Recently, followers started sending me urgent messages saying, “This Kim Constable person is ripping you off, Ryan! Look at her 12 Months to a Million product!” So I looked. Sure enough, this Kim Constable person WAS ripping me off. I reached out and asked, “What gives, Kim?” I was ready to send a cease and desist letter. And then… Well, you’ll hav…
 
This is a quick special report. In this episode we interview TeleSUR English presenter and Kawsachun News co-founder Camila Escalante. Camila shares with us the latest news coming out of Bolivia today October 19th, after the Movement Toward Socialism seemingly had a resounding victory at the polls yesterday October 18th, returning to power just a y…
 
E-scooters could be a great way to solve traffic congestion in big cities, and the companies that sell them could make a ton of money. Wait a second, they lose thousands of dollars on every scooter they make?? What's the plan here? And why do people keep throwing the scooters in the river? Find out on today's episode of Desperate Acts of Capitalism…
 
Is the world getting better... or worse? Is there more opportunity now... or less? The answer lies in the filters we use to process what we see. Many boil this down to whether we see the world through an abundance mindset or a scarcity mindset. But we’re going to take it one step further. Here is the foundational filter that will determine whether …
 
In this episode, Hillary shares the details from her interview with Rachel of Love Nails, a small thriving nail salon in Boise, Idaho. Love Nails serves as an example of how you can own and operate a business with integrity, heart, and community. Episode Cocktail: 6 strawberries 2 oz vodka juice of half a lime 4 oz peach puree ice Blend until smoot…
 
On this week's show, Fraad and Forlano continue their discussion of Capitalism’s effect on the family but this time they discuss a specific effect. There comes a time in every family’s life cycle where the children leave the nest. Well guess what? Capitalism has been effecting the health transition out of the nest for decades and in this time of CO…
 
Even before the pandemic, the US was facing potential risks to its long-run economic strength from a series of demographic challenges, including a slower growing workforce. Lyman Stone, Research Fellow at the Institute for Family Studies, joins to discuss how COVID-19 may exacerbate the US’s ongoing demographic concerns and what role public policy …
 
Google wants to make an on-demand game streaming service that you can access from pretty much any device. Great idea! Except... Google has a bit of a reputation for rapidly abandoning big projects at the least sign of resistance and moving on to the next thing. What could go wrong?Edited by Anne HenryJOIN US ON PATREON FOR EARLY EPISODE RELEASE, WE…
 
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