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Trickle-Down Socialism

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Trickle-Down Socialism

Pat Donohue and Dan Goldsbury

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Welcome to Trickle-Down Socialism, where we discuss how the US currently has a system of socialism for the super rich and corporations, we try to defang the term “socialism” and explore how government, with a slight tweak in priorities, could be a force for good in all of our lives. Capitalism kills, economic justice, campaign finance reform, Progressive politics, Labor Unions, Labor Movement Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trickledownsocialism/support
 
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Parenting Beyond Belief

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Parenting Beyond Belief

Atheist Community of Austin

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PBB is a live internet show airing every Saturday at 1pm CT. Hosted by Clare Wuellner, Mandisa Thomas, Dale McGowan, Jan Heimlich, and Kendall Hopkins, PBB focuses on raising children from a secular perspective. Call us: 1-512-686-0279. Parenting Beyond Belief is a production of the Atheist Community of Austin. The Atheist Community of Austin is organized as a nonprofit educational corporation to develop and support the atheist community, to provide opportunities for socializing and friendsh ...
 
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Pat talked to Daniel Wilson, a self-described working-class Trans Veteran, about his politics and his reasons for running for Congress in California's 26th Congressional district. Wilson has a keen understanding of issues, including the need to save the United States Postal Service and how Postal Banking could do that, the Green New Deal and how a …
 
Pat spoke to Awkword, a founding member of Ten Demands, the Road to Abolition about the need for transformational change to our systems of policing and incarceration. With a system that was founded on racism, with its roots in slave-catchers, activists like Awkword contend that the system as it currently exists cannot simply be reformed. The conver…
 
Pat talks to promising young Progressive Congressional Candidate Muad Hrezi, running for US Congress in CT-01, about the potential for transformational change that Medicare for All would provide for individuals, families, Unions, and small businesses. The benefits of a single payer system that were discussed included: negotiating drug prices to bri…
 
Dr. Asatar Bair, Economics professor, meditation coach, and Twitter's most famous Marxist sits down for his second TDS podcast interview. This time, he's interviewed by TDS podcast teammate CMoney Burns. The conversation covered Dr. Bair's viral tweet in defense of a more balanced view of Stalin, whether markets have any place in a Socialist Econom…
 
Pat talks to Kurt Andersen about his book: Evil Geniuses, the Unmaking of America. Andersen is the author of novels such as Fantasyland. He co-founded Spy Magazine, was managing editor of Time magazine, lead host of NPR's studio 360 and he's covered the politics and architecture beat for various publications. While he was aware of the widening weal…
 
CMoney Burns interviews Ben Burgis: philosophy professor, host of "Give them an Argument" podcast, and author of "Canceling Comedians while the World Burns: a Critique of the Contemporary Left." In the interview, Burgis explains key ideas from his recent book, including how the phenomena that the Right has dubbed "Cancel Culture" might not be the b…
 
Pat speaks to William Dakota Compton, candidate for Congress in Kentucky's 1st district. Compton is a public school music teacher who has seen first-hand how the move to defund schools has affected the quality of education for our nation's youth. He worked as a fast-food worker through college and grad school, and speaks about the grueling and dema…
 
Please help us make the show better - answer this anonymous 5 question survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1aeH1H3-1LBi_lBfXsNkxCt_oeN5SS8yUVW1y-gGUMjg/edit?usp=sharing In Episode 10, Pat talks to Dan Pecora, member of Central CT DSA's Tenant Organizing Commission about how to organize tenants to push back against the mass evictions that now th…
 
Survey Link here: https://forms.gle/MYfpV4P4GYnxLYYd7 (Help us make the Podcast Better - 5 Questions) Pat talks to Lourin Hubbard, who is running for the Democratic Nomination for US Congress in California's 22nd District, about why big Progressive ideas are interconnected in terms of the impact they could have on communities. Mr. Hubbard has serve…
 
Pat talks to author and Union Attorney Robb Smith about the history of the Census, Redistricting, Apportionment, and Gerrymandering. Robb gives an in-depth understanding of where the census comes from, some of the pivotal court cases that have shaped the redistricting process, and why the Framers of the Constitution were afraid of true Democracy. R…
 
Pat interviews Former Portland Mayor Ethan Strimling (Mayor Strim) about People First Portland, Maine DSA, and his experience running a small city. Mayor Strim explains why Portland is so welcoming to immigrants, regardless of immigration status, and why welcoming immigrants has been to the benefit of the economy and the overall health of the city.…
 
Pat talks to District Attorney Rachel Rollins, who was elected to the Suffolk County (Boston, MA) top law enforcement position on a platform of declination and diversion instead of prosecuting low-level crimes, especially crimes associated with poverty, mental illness, and drug use. In the interview, D.A. Rollins explains her progressive values and…
 
Pat talks to Ally Dalsimer, an environmental expert who is running for Congress in Virginia after 30 years of working for Department of Defense's environmental management program. She talks about how she is refusing corporate donations from the outset, how it's too late for half-measures on climate change mitigation and environmental protection mea…
 
Dan talks to lifelong educator Josette Williams who is running for Boston City Council about how she plans to reactivate her district (D4) to create a city government that works for all residents, not just the fortunate few. Topics of their discussion include: a city-wide minimum wage, equity in public education, how to engage youth in government a…
 
Pat interviews Ross Barkan on the present state of the American political Left and where the Left can go from here, especially in a Biden Presidency. Barkan is An award-winning journalist and former candidate for office, he is a columnist for the Guardian and Jacobin, as well as a contributor to the Nation and Gothamist/WNYC. He’s written a novel, …
 
An episode dedicated entirely to understanding where we stand in the fight for Single-Payer Healthcare. Pat interviews Stephanie Nakajima, Director of Communications for Healthcare NOW, a grassroots organization fighting to win a national single-payer healthcare system because they believe access to healthcare is basic to human dignity. Topics disc…
 
Our guest this week, Mayor Colin Byrd, is mayor of Greenbelt, Maryland, the youngest black mayor in the US, a member of the Greenbelt city council, and has announced a run for US Congress, announcing his run against Steny Hoyer, who has held that seat for over 20 years. We discuss what he calls the "Audacity of Progressives" and his vision for his …
 
In our final episode of Season 2, Dan talks to Pastor Chris Hall. They discuss what Christianity means to them, how Conservatives used wedge issues like abortion and gay marriage to consolidate political power, and how the New Testament can fit in with robust social programs that aim to alleviate poverty and extend equal opportunity to all citizens…
 
In Episode 7, we take a look at the incomplete referendum on Socialism that was the 2020 Presidential Election. This episode features an interview with Economist Dr. Asatar Bair (Riverside City College, CA.) In the open, we discuss how quickly the media and mainstream Democratic blame game started to throw Progressives under the bus for the DNC's s…
 
Pat interviews one of the co-founders of a brave independent media outlet named Unicorn Riot https://unicornriot.ninja/ who explains why independent media matters, what being independent allows them to cover that corporate media is unable to cover, and a number of interesting stories from covering dangerous stories like the protests to block the Da…
 
In Rhode Island's September primaries, the Working Families Party pulled off an astonishing feat: 90% of the primary seats they sought were won by the party endorsed candidate. In a state where the Democratic primary often serves as the de facto general election, these victories mean that the Rhode Island State Senate and State House will have 12 n…
 
This Presidential Administration has been marked by a seemingly endless stream of whistleblowers who bravely risk their own careers to call out the waste, fraud, and abuse of power that they see as endemic to this president. Pat sits down with Nat Smith, a Whistleblower Protection attorney, to learn the ins and outs of whistleblowing, the types of …
 
In Episode 3 of Season 2, we look at the strain that the various school reopening plans is putting on families across the country. We discuss various programs that could help alleviate that strain, especially Universal Basic Income, or UBI. Pat interviews Christine Olivo, who is running for US Congress in Florida's 24th district. Christine fully un…
 
Chuck Rocha, Senior Advisor to Bernie Sanders' historic 2020 Presidential Primary campaign, talks with Pat about his new book, "Tio Bernie," which chronicles the incredible Latino outreach conducted by the campaign. Chuck explains how he went from working in a Union Tire Factory early in his career to leading a team of organizers who engaged Latinx…
 
Season 2 opens with two new members of the team. Deto-22 and Carlos Benitez are now part of the TDS podcast team, and the episode starts with a Roundtable discussion featuring all 4 team members. The episode also features three interviews, all designed to shed light on the looming eviction crisis that will hit the country if our governments don't a…
 
With an emphatic end to Season One, Dan and Pat stop to reflect on the life and legacy of Civil Rights Icon and "Conscience of the Congress" John Lewis. There's a quick preview of what will be different on the TDS podcast in Season Two, and Pat talks to Massachusetts State Senator Jamie Eldridge about Prison Reform and the sweeping legislation pass…
 
Pat talks to Adam Christensen, a small business owner and Democratic candidate for the US 3rd Congressional District of Florida. Adam talks about his conservative upbringing, why he switched to the Democratic Party and moved left of most Democrats, and why Medicare For All makes sense from a moral, fiscal, and entrepreneurial perspective. He descri…
 
Pat talks to Boston City Councilor Lydia Edwards, who represents East Boston, Charlestown, and the North End about demanding equity in the Boston Planning and Development Authority, Defunding the police, getting Boston Police out of Boston Public Schools, and how the City Council and the Boston city government function. The Civics teacher, Pat, get…
 
Nate Simms talks to Dan about why he protests, what it took to succeed in Boston Public Schools, what needs to change, and even gets into some details about Candace Owens that you won't want to miss. As mentioned in the episode, please call us at 781.343.1813 and leave us a comment about how the media has portrayed the protests. Please be sure to m…
 
Dan talks to City Councilor Andrea Campbell about ways to improve Boston Public Schools for all students, not just the small minority that get the privilege of attending one of the three elite exam schools. EducationPrioritiesSchool FundingCity Councilor CampbellCovid-19Remote Learning--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to ma…
 
When a package is delivered to your door, it has changed hands plenty of times already. The workers who move items from the manufacturing floor to your doorstep have been on the front lines of this pandemic. This week we talk to a Socialist from Dallas who is a truck driver and a member of his local Teamsters Union. Learn how the union has provided…
 
Three Stimulus packages have been passed, but where is the relief for the folks who need it the most right now? Covid-19 can cause anyone to get sick, but the economic effects are being felt the hardest by those closest to the poverty line. Why can't we just cancel the rent? Dan and Pat explore the issues underlying this question: some socialist id…
 
Ahmaud Arbery's killing sparks a discussion about gun violence in the United States. Dan and Pat discuss the details of the extrajudicial killing of Arbery, how we almost didn't hear about this travesty, why gun control is such a difficult task in American politics, and why the 2nd Amendment was included in the Bill of Rights in the first place (hi…
 
Dan and Pat, because of their melanin deficiency, can't speak to being black in America during a pandemic. Luckily, they have two friends who can. Episode Six explores the history of race in the US and how skin color can affect health outcomes, often in horrifically disproportionate ways. Dan gives up his ridiculous "commercials" so that the podcas…
 
Another stimulus package was passed by both houses of Congress. We take a look at what that bill does and does not accomplish. What could the government accomplish if priorities were different? Democratic Socialism Tranche of Stimulus money Small Businesses Germany Mitch McConnell --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trickledownsocialism/sup…
 
Episode 4 focuses on the White House Press briefing from Monday, April 13th. The episode also features an interview with a CIA trained expert in detecting deception who teaches us some of the key indicators of detecting deception. We examine three of the most shocking details from that press briefing: Dr. Fauci's "apology," the video that Trump sho…
 
As the Coronavirus crisis enters its second month in the United States, many hospitals have nearly exhausted their PPE. We talk to a local ER nurse on the front lines in Boston. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/trickledownsocialism/support…
 
In our second episode, we dig deep into the three phases of the congressional response. In particular, we examine the recipients of such federal spending and the influence of corporate socialism on this critical and urgent legislation. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this po…
 
With the popularity of Bernie Sanders as a candidate for President, the word "socialism" has been bandied about by many, without a clear understanding of what it means. Our intention with this podcast is not to "win over voters" but rather to elucidate and hopefully make clear the policies which could benefit our society, also sometimes known as "s…
 
Parenting Beyond Belief is a live internet show airing every Saturday at 1 PM Central. Hosted by Clare Wuellner, Mandisa Thomas, Dale McGowan, Jan Heimlich, and Kendall Hopkins, Parenting Beyond Belief focuses on raising children from a secular perspective. Parenting Beyond Belief is a production of the Atheist Community of Austin.…
 
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