Five Great New Podcasts
Welcome to the 83rd edition of Find That Pod.
This is it. The final edition of Find That Pod before the American Presidential election concludes.
As of this writing, some 85 million votes have already been cast, but in case you’re not one of those Americans who have done so yet, I implore you to do it.
Also bring ten friends and family members. Hoist them by their respective petards to the polls if you have to.
We’re either going to see the end of Western democracy as we know it, or live to fight another day, and begin to fix the inconceivably large pile of damage that has been left behind.
As always, welcome new subscribers! Glad you’ve joined our growing club of podcast fans.
Good luck my American friends! For one, this Canadian is rooting for you.
Here are this week’s appropriately themed podcast recommendations:
The Faces of Fascism
A poignant and at-times in-depth look at the lives of Western Europe’s most notorious dictators and their fascistic ideologies.
The Dangerous History Podcast
Dive deep into history’s lesser known people, events and consequential turns with this amazing podcast. It’s aim is to inform us of history we quickly forget, thereby not heeding its overwhelmingly important lesson. Check it out!
Two experts on authoritarian states (there’s plenty of them around the world) discuss the state of the American nation and delivery a great deal of analysis in historical context as well as well-argued positions on global affairs.
Think of the Intercept what you will, this politics podcast from that outfit manages to cut through a lot of the usual bullshit and get to the heart of American political matters. Have a listen!