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Before sibling duo Vanessa Bayer and Jonah Bayer took the comedy, music and general world by storm, they were just some lil weirdo kids. Joined by exciting guests who also started out this way, they reminisce about everything from toys to trends on How Did We Get Weird? Unless you’re a monster, you’ll want to listen to this nostalgia-filled, hilarious and surprisingly sweet podcast where they discuss how those formative years that shaped them into who they are today.
 
Jonah Asks is about connecting human beings. The episodes are interview-conversations with friends and friends of friends. These extended conversations often circle back to the following themes: *technology in our lives; *turning 40 *identity; *childhood; *parenting *creativity; *anxiety; *meditation/therapy *nature; *animal connections/pets; *friendship; *psychology; *socioeconomics *equality; *relationships Broad enough? In other words, being human.
 
In “The Remnant," Jonah Goldberg enlists a “Cannonball Run”-style cast of stars, has-beens, and never-weres to address the most pressing issues of the day. Is America doomed? Has liberalism failed? And will mankind ever invent something better than ‘90s-era “Simpsons?” Mixing political history, pop culture, rank punditry, and shameless book-plugging, Goldberg and guests will have the kinds of conversations we wish they featured on TV. And the nudity will (almost) always be tasteful. Brace yo ...
 
Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, people of the internet i am jonah O'Connor, you are my listeners and this is The JonahOShow In this podcast I explore things that people don't ant talk about things that people won't. 🇨🇦⚓🎧 everything ranging from news/current events/videogames/movies/conspiracy theories/music/art/politics, and much much more tune in every dayfor the best podcast on the western front, where it is most certainly not all quiet and don't miss all of my special guests! Influe ...
 
Journey into the unknown with Galaxy Brains — the most immersive, hilarious TV and movie podcast on this planet (or any other). Mystery Science Theater 3000's Jonah Ray and his pal, comedian and writer Dave Schilling, explore the outer reaches of the zeitgeist, analyzing the movies and TV shows that you can't stop obsessing over. Each week, we lab-test the hottest take possible — from Dom Toretto being an actual angel sent from Heaven, to the entirety of Seinfeld taking place inside Jerry's ...
 
We all have times in our lives when it feels like we are underwater and we're struggling to keep it together. Jonah and the Whale is a podcast that dives deep into such moments from some familiar faces and how that pain turned into purpose. Listen in to hear their stories and how they learned to breathe again. What's your underwater moment?
 
My father's death in early 2020, shook my world to its core. For me, it took this fundamental earthquake to rock my world upside down. While I was on this journey to healing and peace, it sheds the light on my purpose and how i was restraining myself to be obedient to God's calling and purpose for my life. After a period of self questionning, fasting, my purpose became more and more clear to me. I've come to realize that I was asleep in the middle of a storm, because i was running from my pu ...
 
Sportswriter and ESPN Sports Tonight contributor Jonah Keri calls himself the definitive Montreal Expos fan, and his new book, Up, Up, and Away is the definitive history of the franchise that left Montreal for good 10 years ago, but is far from forgotten. Jonah talks with veteran Montreal sports broadcaster, Mitch Melnick, about the book, Montreal's rich baseball history, and the recently played exhibition games between the Toronto Blue Jays and the New York Mets at Montreal's Olympic Stadium.
 
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Proud progenitor of #thegreatpodcastswindle. Since 2012, Jonah Ray, Neil Mahoney and Cash Hartzell have argued, laughed, loved and gradually cut back on their drinking all while loosely discussing and playing submitted music. The three man team, often with a guest, sometimes without, are constantly pushing boundaries in the medium of "music news" Not since Rolling Stone introduced us to the New Journalism of Tom Wolfe and Hunter S. Thompson has a medium given rise to an artistic movement mor ...
 
Imagine you are a Vietnam vet. You put two terms in the heat of the war. When you came home, anger seeped into bitterness. Instead of parades, you face rots. Disillusioned- your fury only escalated. A few years later you hit on a TV Billy Graham Crusade special and responded to Jesus. Then at your church, a guest missionary from The Gospel for Asia shared the present needs of Viet Nam. You could almost hear the voice of the Holy Spirit telling you to go, but you hated the Vietnamese. These a ...
 
The best way to find what we're all about is to listen! Join us every week for a new episode and in between catch up by listening to past episodes. You can look forward to exciting interviews, Top 5's and our lifetime search for humor and wisdom. Feel free to share your thoughts with us by leaving a voicemail, email, or contacting us via twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Also, don't forget to subscribe on iTunes! Thanks for listening! - Matt & Jonah
 
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On today's new episode, Jonah and Vanessa welcome fellow Ohio native and host of Spotify's "60 Songs That Explain the 90s" Rob Harvilla to the podcast. They revisit their senior projects, which included organizing record bins, helping the community, and surfing the Internet. Jonah and Rob reminisce about their time working together at Alternative P…
 
Coming to you from a thunderous Sioux Falls, today’s Ruminant features a distinctly Goldbergian potpourri of rank punditry and eggheadery. Jonah begins by discussing the merits of the Letitia James lawsuit, his general distaste for enthusiasm, and Trump’s cavalier treatment of classified materials. After a not-so-brief foray into the consequences o…
 
In today's episode I speak with Professor Mauricio Noroña who is a Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor of Law at the Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic at Cardozo Law School. In that role, he supervises Clinic students on individual and impact litigation matters and drives large-scale immigration policy advocacy projects. Before join…
 
Welcome back to Jonah Asks. In this episode, I recorded an audio version of a recently completed short story, The Wednesday Meeting. It's a story about a man named Isaac. He's learning how to move forward from a childhood trauma. The written version can be found at https://darkoindex.medium.com/ If you enjoy it, please share this episode. Thanks fo…
 
Nicholas Eberstadt, AEI’s Henry Wendt Chair in Political Economy, makes an overdue Remnant return to discuss his new book, Men Without Work: Post-Pandemic Edition, an expanded version of his 2016 release which examined the collapse of work for men in modern America. Why are increasingly large numbers of men abandoning the workforce? Is something si…
 
Michael Strain, Remnant regular and beloved economic policy wonk at AEI, returns to the program to explore the state of inflation and kvetch about the Federal Reserve. He and Jonah also provide some unwashed commentary on House of the Dragon, discuss whether economics really is a dismal science, and mix in some thoughts on the ongoing Russia-Ukrain…
 
This week we are excited to welcome writer, actress and comedian Julie Klausner to the podcast, who you may know from her popular Hulu series "Difficult People," her podcast DOUBLE THREAT with Tom Scharpling and/or her brand new podcast ASK JULIE! on the Forever Dog Plus Network. We discuss with Julie the many similarities between the films "Single…
 
Live and under-caffeinated from a mysterious compound buried deep in the Adirondacks, Jonah focuses today’s Ruminant on nationalism, liberalism, and the American tradition. After providing an update on the state of The Dispatch and a few thoughts on integrity in politics, he launches into an epic rant on the recent National Conservatism Conference …
 
In today's episode I speak with M.C. Sungaila who is an Orange County-based shareholder and leader of the appellate practice at Buchalter. M.C. has briefed and argued appeals in a number of different practice areas at the California Supreme Court and throughout the country. She has won numerous awards including California Lawyer of the Year from Ca…
 
Determined to reclaim his Remnant throne from Chris Stirewalt, Jim Geraghty returns to the program to discuss his new thriller, Gathering Five Storms. The novel also provides a launch pad for some exceedingly rank punditry on Russia, the midterms, and the state of the Republican Party. Earlier in the year, it seemed certain that the GOP would make …
 
This week Thursday frontman Geoff Rickly took a break from playing arenas with My Chemical Romance to talk to us about what it was like being a latchkey kid in the suburbs of New Jersey during the "Home Alone" era of parental supervision. Along the way we also discuss the time Geoff and Jonah's screamo band, United Nations, were sued by the actual …
 
On today’s Ruminant, Jonah provides a distinctly Goldbergian fusion of punditry and nerdery. After evaluating Joe Biden’s use of the phrase “MAGA Republicans” and offering a few further thoughts on the Philadelphia speech, he discusses Steve Bannon’s arrest, the ongoing fallout from the Mar-a-Lago raid, and Gov. Greg Abbott’s migrant busing policy.…
 
In today's episode I speak with Paresh Patel who is currently the Chief of Appeals at the Office of the Federal Defender for the District of Maryland where he has worked for the past 18 years. In this role he represents clients on post conviction matters including direct appeal and federal habeas. He also assists trial attorneys on complex legal is…
 
It’s been a while since the Remnant featured an expert on crime, but today, Manhattan Institute fellow Rafael Mangual joins the program to fill that void. Recently, Rafael published Criminal (In)Justice, in which he argues against decarceration and depolicing. Using that book as a launch pad, he and Jonah discuss the sociological factors behind cri…
 
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