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Latest 28 Jan 2023 | Updated Daily

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BONUS: Chris Hayes co-hosts National Day of Racial Healing town hall

Why Is This Happening? The Chris Hayes Podcast

Hi #WITHpod listeners! We have a special bonus episode for you. In the “National Day of Racial Healing: An MSNBC Town Hall,” MSNBC’s Chris Hayes, Joy Reid and Trymaine Lee talk with activists, journalists, artists and experts to explore the harm racism has caused in our society, and to consider how we might heal from it. The program initially aired on MSNBC and was streamed on Peacock the day after Dr. Martin Luther King Day. The programming was recorded in New Orleans and was sponsored by the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. Click here to see the video version of this program. 


21 Jan 2023

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January 6th: Did It Even Happen?! (Spoiler: Yes) feat. Chris Hayes & Jordan Klepper

The Daily Show: Ears Edition

One year after the January 6 insurrection at the Capitol, Roy Wood Jr. sits down with Daily Show contributor Jordan Klepper and MSNBC host Chris Hayes to discuss the aftermath of the riot, how conservative media and the GOP rewrote the narrative, and whether American democracy will survive. Beyond the Scenes is a podcast from The Daily Show. Check out more episodes wherever you get your podcasts or YouTube.com/TheDailyShowSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.


7 Jan 2023

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Chris Fite-Wassilak & Chris Hayes

Art Monthly Talk Show

Chris Fite-Wassilak on artists who make use of fungus as a pointed form of institutional critique; Chris Hayes argues that we need to re-engage with anticapitalist thinking about technology.


12 Dec 2022

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Chris Hayes | Fox and GOP Turn on Trump — and Each Other — After Walker’s Loss in Georgia: A Closer Look

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

Seth takes a closer look at MAGA Republican Herschel Walker losing a key race in Georgia to Democratic incumbent Raphael Warnock.Then, Chris Hayes talks about the Trump Organization being found guilty on all 17 counts of tax fraud, the Georgia Senate runoff election and why he thinks Trump's power over the Republican Party is weakening.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.


8 Dec 2022

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Are We Fucked? with Chris Hayes

Factually! with Adam Conover

Climate change, racial inequality, and the anti-rights revolution all feel like comets heading towards our inevitable destruction. If you’re depressed about these challenges, you’re not alone. So how do we fight back? In this episode, author and journalist Chris Hayes joins Adam to discuss whether we’re as fucked as we think, and to offer solutions to the interlocking predicaments we find ourselves in. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 15mins

17 Aug 2022

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Episode 363: Chris Hayes - God and Guns, The Bible Against American Gun Culture

Crackers and Grape Juice

Author and editor Chris Hayes joins the podcast to talk about his latest book, " God and Guns: The Bible Against American Gun Culture."Using the Bible as the foundational source and guide, while also bringing contemporary sociological data to the conversation, seven biblical scholars and theologians construct a powerful dialogue about gun violence in America, concluding that guns are incompatible with the God of Christian Scripture. God and Guns is the first book to argue against gun culture from a biblical studies perspective. Bringing the Bible into conversation with contemporary sociological data, the volume breaks new exegetical and critical ground and lays the foundations for further theological work. The scholars assembled in this volume construct a powerful argument against gun violence, concluding that a self-identity based on guns is incompatible with Christian identity. Drawing on their expertise in the Bible’s ancient origins and modern usage, they present striking new insights involving psychology, ethics, race, gender, and culture. This collection, carefully edited for clarity and readability, will change conversations—and our culture.Contributors include T. M. Lemos, David Lincicum, Shelly Matthews, Yolanda Norton, and Brent A. Strawn.Don’t forget to head over to https://www.crackersandgrapejuice.comClick on “Support the Show.”Become a patronSubscribe to CGJ+For peanuts, you can help us out….we appreciate it more than you can imagine.Follow us on the three majors of social media:https://www.facebook.com/crackersnjuicehttps://www.instagram.com/crackersandgrapejuicehttp://www.twitter.com/crackersnjuice


22 Jul 2022

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Chris Hayes | LIVE Monologue After The Jan. 6th Committee Hearing

The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert

Stephen Colbert goes LIVE following the eighth televised hearing of the January 6th Committee, which focused on the former president’s inaction as the insurrection took place, and featured footage of Sen. Josh Hawley fleeing the violence. The host of “All In with Chris Hayes” on MSNBC joins us for #LateShowLIVE to help Stephen break down the revelations from the eighth televised hearing of the Jan. 6th Committee Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


22 Jul 2022

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#088 The Beauty of Failure (with Chris Hayes)

Mantality - Going Beyond Stigma

We were absolutely buzzing to have Christopher Hayes as our latest guest on the Mantality pod. Chris is a former Royal Marine Commando, an MMA practitioner and a metal artist. After being discharged due to mental health issues Chris went through two years of depression, alcohol and substance abuse before a chance encounter changed his life...We chat with Chris all about his story, what led him into the army and what the optimum conditions are for us to cultivate resilience and grow. We only had an hour with Chris but as you can tell from this chat we could have chatted for ages! We look forward to having Chris back in the future and following his journey.


16 Jun 2022

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Chris Hayes & Maria Walsh

Art Monthly Talk Show

Chris Hayes discusses the problems with Ireland’s proposed artist’s basic income scheme and Maria Walsh on the work of filmmaker Suki Chan.


13 Jun 2022

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Volts podcast: Chris Hayes on how his politics have changed since 2015


I often reflect on a particular moment in the summer of 2015. It was not long after the Supreme Court made gay marriage legal across the nation in Obergefell v. Hodges. And America was in the middle of one of its regular fights over Confederate monuments and flags, which were being pulled down by progressives across the country.One afternoon I ran across a cartoon — I think it was on Facebook? — showing a Confederate flag being lowered and the LGBTQ flag being raised in its stead.Hot damn, I thought. Maybe we really do get it right eventually.I now think back on that moment as the peak of my belief in what you might call the Obama creed, which the nation's first black president repeated in one way or another in virtually every speech: that the essence of America is its continuous struggle toward the egalitarian ideals of its founding. Again and again it delays and falls short and takes two steps back, but it never stops striving, improving, bit by hard-fought bit. The arc of history is long, but it bends toward justice.To a first approximation, everything that has happened since then has sucked. We fell into the ugly 2016 Democratic nomination fight, followed by the ugly presidential election, then four years of daily insults to dignity and compassion by Trump, then a plague that we bungled in countless ways and that has killed more than a million of us, and now, the Supreme Court is systematically dismantling the pillars of the modern administrative state while Biden and the Democrats fumble their way through a slow-motion catastrophe, setting up an openly seditious Republican Party to seize near-total power in the coming two elections.To put it mildly, these developments have been rough on the Obama creed, at least for me and many people I know. Much of what Obama himself did was crushed or reversed by Trump, and Biden has barely begun rebuilding from the wreckage. More than that, America's reactionary minority seems ascendent. And its intentions are clear: to follow Viktor Orban's lead in Hungary. To whittle democracy down until it's entirely hollow, one-party rule in all but name. It finds echoes in similar reactionary backlashes currently rising in nations across the globe.Is America redeemable? Is white Christian patriarchy ready and willing to destroy the country before it gives up power? Is the arc of history bending, or is it merely flailing back and forth, with no larger purpose or pattern? Is modern multi-racial, multi-cultural democracy still a viable long-term project?To help ponder these weighty questions, I've turned to the inimitable Chris Hayes, who, as they say, needs no introduction. You've seen his shows on MSNBC, you've listened to his podcast, you've read his essays and books, you know that he is one of the leading liberal voices of our time. He’s also a friend. We are part of the same generation of journalists, living through the same dumpster fires, seeing the same patterns, and our paths have crossed regularly over the years. I’ve also been on several of his shows! We go way back.I’ve always felt that Chris and I share similar political and intellectual instincts — one of the few people at the commanding heights of US journalism and punditry about whom I can say that — so I’m curious to hear how his political outlook has changed since 2015, whether he still believes in the Obama creed, and what he thinks is coming in America’s near future. Get full access to Volts at www.volts.wtf/subscribe

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3 Jun 2022