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59 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Theodore Roosevelt. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Theodore Roosevelt, often where they are interviewed.

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59 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Theodore Roosevelt. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Theodore Roosevelt, often where they are interviewed.

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Theodore Roosevelt's Social Message

The Situation with Michael Brown
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COVID is making rounds back in the news. Media controls what people are concerned about. Michael emphasizes Theodore Roosevelt’s social message and how the nation is divided by race. People identifying themselves as hyphen American instead of just American. Representative Eleanor Holmes pushes to remove emancipation statue.

Jun 25 2020

35mins

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Last time TR seemed to do just about everything there is to do - now he is off to war! Find out how he achieved fame in Cuba and goes on to become the president against his own parties wishes. NOTE - in our excitement, we added his score wrong - take 1 point off what we say at the end.

EDIT: Episode edited and updated. In the orginal Lieutenant Ord's ethnicity was incorrectly identified as black. Two lines that Rob says has been edited to make sure it is clear he was white. These changes do not change the narrative of the episode.  

May 31 2020

1hr 57mins

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Episode 133: ‘The Rough Riders’ by Theodore Roosevelt

The Great Books
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John J. Miller is joined by Thomas Bruscino of the U.S. Army War College to discuss Theodore Roosevelt’s The Rough Riders.

May 26 2020

34mins

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Where do we start with Theodore Roosevelt? We decided on his birth, but it's a struggle fitting everything in after that. Join us as we look at arguably the most action packed life of any president!

May 09 2020

1hr 51mins

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54. Jake Wood. COVID-19 vs Team Rubicon. Disasters vs Veterans. Navy Secretary Modly vs the USS Theodore Roosevelt and Captain Crozier. The Rapid Spread of Stupid. President Mayhem Won’t Wear a Mask. Sanders is Finally Out. Biden Gets Three Dragons.

Angry Americans with Paul Rieckhoff
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The only thing spreading faster in America than coronavirus, is stupid. It started inside the White House, spread to Fox News, into Congress, out to Governors nationwide. And now, the infection has spread to a new group: the United States Navy. Thousands of brave sailors on the USS Theodore Roosevelt are the epicenter of an American military struggling globally to respond to COVID-19. Scores on the ship have tested positive, their commander, Captain Bret Crozier, was fired for standing up for their health-only to test positive himself, and Acting Navy Secretary Modly flew thousands of miles to disrespectfully lecture them, only to be forced to resign himself. While America is at war against the virus our the Navy rank-and-file are at war with their disconnected civilian leadership. @PaulRieckhoff breaks it all down, analyzes how the Department of Veterans Affairs is also flailing to respond to outbreaks and deaths nationwide, digs into what Bernie Sanders dropping out means for independent and national defense voters, and reports from the center of the front lines in New York City. It’s the hottest pod in America for politics, news and culture. 


When disasters do hit, #LookForTheHelpers. [56:20] And our guest this pod is one of America’s greatest: Jake Wood (@JakeWoodTR), CEO and Co-Founder of Team Rubicon--the most innovative disaster response organization in the world. Jake served in the Marine Corps as a Scout-Sniper, with tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, is a nationally recognized social entrepreneur and keynote speaker whose awards include being named a CNN Hero, the Heinz Award, Goldman Sachs' 100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs, The Grinnell Prize, and the Chronicle of Philanthropy Forty Under 40. He is also the author of Take Command: Lessons in Leadership: How to Be a First Responder in Business.


Jake is a master of disasters. When others run out, he runs in. For the last decade, he’s led Team Rubicon in deploying over 100,000 veterans with medical and rescue skills to disasters around the world. Now, they are building field hospitals, testing for COVID-19 and helping the needy in over 70 locations across the United States. Jake will tell you what it’s like to operate in a disaster zone and fight the coronavirus. He’ll share how he’s right now leading forces on the ground in communities nationwide, tell you what’s getting in his way, and give you some hope. It’s an inspiring and important conversation everyone should hear right now. It’ll prepare you to survive and thrive in the face of the virus. 


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Apr 09 2020

2hr 17mins

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Theodore Roosevelt: Morality and hypomania drive a presidency

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Theodore Roosevelt was a progressive policy setter, a conservationist and the 26th President of the Unites States. His early life struggles, and grandiose attitude drove him to implement his moral code to strengthen his country. Then depression brought him crashing down. Jump inside the mind of one of our most colorful Presidents.

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Apr 06 2020

43mins

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Coronavirus cases surpass one million worldwide; Record 6.6 million people file for unemployment in one week; How to stay sane while staying home; At least 114 sailors test positive for virus onboard U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt;

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Experts tell White House coronavirus can spread through talking or even breathing;Nearly 92% of Americans under stay-at-home order; Coronavirus death toll modeling projections cited by White House already revised upward; FDA approves first antibody test for coronavirus; Banks warn of massive demand for small business stimulus loans when applications begin tomorrow; Trump: "Complainers" should've stocked supplies before outbreak; Only some medical supplies FEMA is flying in from overseas are going directly to virus hotspots; Trump touts positive outlook, despite terrifying data; How two funerals turned a small Georgia city into a coronavirus hotspot; Major spike in Louisiana with 2,700+ new coronavirus cases today; Louisiana Gov: State could run out of ventilators as early as this week; Honoring the victims we lost to the virus this week; At least 114 sailors test positive for virus onboard U.S.S. Theodore Roosevelt; Defense Official: Aircraft carrier CMDR expected to be relieved of duty for leaking memo on virus outbreak; Bodies in Ecuador left on the street with morgues at capacity; U.K. town turns ice rink into makeshift morgue; Fear over China's transparency grows as global death toll rises; Alcohol sales boom as millions of Americans quarantine; How to stay sane while staying home;

Apr 02 2020

43mins

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EP. 536: THE HEALING OUTDOORS AND THE STRENUOUS LIFE | THEODORE ROOSEVELT

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Mar 23 2020

1hr 22mins

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Theodore Roosevelt and the American Political Tradition

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Who could be more American than former president Theodore Roosevelt? You might be surprised if you listen to the next Liberty Law Talk with Jean Yarbrough on her newest book, Theodore Roosevelt and the American Political Tradition. Winner of the American Political Science Association’s Richard Neustadt Award, Yarbrough’s book is an incredible study of Roosevelt as student at Columbia, as an accomplished historical writer, and as a statesman.

We might conclude, Yarbrough observes, that it is Roosevelt’s robust American nationalism, his vigorous spirit, and his environmentalism that produced our national parks which marks him as a prominent president. Indeed, his place on Mount Rushmore, where he sits with George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and Abraham Lincoln, seems strange otherwise. Unless we count his prescient leadership of an emerging American nation departing from its decentralized past as worthy of remembrance, then it becomes difficult to find his great stature.

On this progressive legacy of Roosevelt, Yarbrough focuses much of her scholarly attention. Roosevelt publicly professed admiration for the American Constitution and the ideas of our founding, but departed from them as president, particularly in his second term. He embraced the administrative state before Woodrow Wilson. Roosevelt found no real limits to state power, and believed the federal government indispensable in the active management of the economy. He wanted presidential power to become more, an embodiment of the American people. Redistribution of wealth also had his support. In his New Nationalism speech he stated: “We [the government] should permit it [wealth] to be gained only so long as the gaining represents benefit to the community.” This is the Teddy Roosevelt we need a clearer understanding of, and Yarbrough has certainly provided it.

Jan 12 2020

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0078 - Increasing Public Land Access in the West with Joel Webster of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership

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Joel Webster, Director of the Center for Western Lands of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership joins Dave and Nephi to talk about public land access. Specifically, they discuss TRCP's work with OnX to identify and map the 6.35 million acres of public lands in the West that have no permanent, public access. Topics include: the history of TRCP; the importance of access to the future of hunting; corner crossing; successful existing access partnerships with landowners; ideas for increasing access; Joel's mountain; and so much more. 

Jan 07 2020

1hr 15mins

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