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  1. Ismo: Ass Is The Most Complicated Word In The English Language - CONAN on TBS

    Finnish comedian Ismo thought "ass" just meant "butt." But that’s just the tip of assberg.

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  2. Wind of Change, coming May 11 | Crooked Media

    A power ballad helped bring down the Soviet Union. Was it written by the CIA? Journalist Patrick Radden Keefe investigates the secret history of Cold War espionage and heavy metal.

    Wind of Change is an Original Series from Pineapple Street Studios, Crooked Media and Spotify. Binge all episodes on Spotify May 11, or listen to a new episode every week on all other platforms.


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  3. Ann Coulter speaks at UT Austin - Leadership Institute Exclusive Event

    Ann Coulter speaks on Immigration Policy at UT Austin during her Fall Campus tour, sponsored by the Leadership Institute.

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  4. Pennsylvania, Texas and the Suburban Backlash - Battleground with David Plouffe & Steve Schmidt | Lyssna här | Poddtoppen.se

    In 2016, Pennsylvania was considered part of Hillary Clinton’s “blue wall.” The thought was that, together, the Keystone State, Wisconsin and Michigan would vote Democrat and prevent Trump from winning the White House. Four years later, David and Steve talk to Democratic strategist Bill Hyers about why Pennsylvania crumbled and how 45’s chances look this time around. Hyers was named “Campaign Manager of the Year” by the American Association of Political Consultants after he engineered Bill de Blasio’s come from behind victory in 2013. He ran Michael Nutter’s successful 2007 campaign for Mayor of Philadelphia, was the Pennsylvania State Director for Obama’s 2012 campaign, and worked on Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman’s very first campaign in 2018-19. Today, as a partner at The WIN Company, he’s working on campaigns across the country, including state races in Pennsylvania and Texas. In this episode of Battleground, he breaks down the Dems’ chances in Pennsylvania and Texas, and explains why he’s so bullish on Biden. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers


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  5. Statistician and Founder of FiveThirtyEight Nate Silver on Election Polling

    On the latest episode of The Pulse, statistician, and founder of FiveThirtyEight Nate Silver shares his insights on the 2020 presidential election and discusses how the move to replace Justice Ginsburg on the Supreme Court is playing out in the polls. Katie Couric also asked Nate to weigh in on the potential outcomes of key Senate races based on the data he’s seeing.

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  6. “How the 1919 Paris Peace settlements shaped today’s world” with historian Margaret MacMillan

    in conversation with Simon Kuper.

    Just after WWI, at the Paris peace conference of 1919, the leaders of the US, UK and France met in Paris to make peace and wind up four empires. They created new states such as Iraq and Syria. They imposed reparations and other penalties on Germany, which had just lost the war. They agreed to create a League of Nations, the forerunner to the United Nations. It was the start of a new era that saw the spread of Bolshevism, the growing importance of international public opinion, and the notion that nations had the right to self-determination. How did the Paris Peace Settlements shape the world we live in now?

    Margaret MacMillan is one of today’s best-known historians and international-relations experts. She’s a professor of History at the University of Toronto and an emeritus professor of International History at Oxford University, specializing in British imperial history and the international history of the 19th and 20th centuries. Paris 1919 (with an introduction by Richard Holbrook) won the Samuel Johnson Prize, the PEN Hessell Tiltman Prize and the Duff Cooper Prize. MacMillan’s other books include Nixon and Mao: the Week that Changed the World and The War that Ended Peace: The Road to 1914.

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