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80 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bernie Sanders. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bernie Sanders, often where they are interviewed.

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80 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Bernie Sanders. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Bernie Sanders, often where they are interviewed.

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Sen. Bernie Sanders | Trump’s Coronavirus Cover-Up; Bolton’s Tell-All Book: A Closer Look

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
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Seth takes a closer look at the Trump administration deciding to move on from the coronavirus pandemic and pretend it’s over even though it’s still here - and getting worse.

Then, he speaks to Senator Bernie Sanders about the pandemic, Joe Biden's presidential campaign, Black Lives Matter and more.

Jun 18 2020

26mins

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Ep. 73: So Bernie Sanders DOES Call People On Their Birthday! (feat. Bernie Sanders)

Rumble with Michael Moore
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On Michael Moore's birthday, he reflects on birthday under quarantine, shares some updates and receives a phone call from an old friend.

Senator Bernie Sanders calls in to have an honest discussion about the successes and failures of his Presidential campaign - what happened after the amazing victory in Nevada? How did the party coalesce so quickly against Bernie after he became the frontrunner? And what do we do now? Plus, Michael and Bernie discuss what America can learn from dealing with the coronavirus pandemic and how we are winning the war of ideas.


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The movies/clips Senator Sanders referred to:


FDR's 2nd Bill of rights video, first discovered during the making of "Capitalism: A Love Story":

https://vimeo.com/32647556

Watch Michael's Oscar-nominated 2007 film "SiCKO" here:

https://vimeo.com/76646445

or

https://youtu.be/YbEQ7acb0IE?t=30

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Michael on Colbert: How Do We Want To Live After This Pandemic?

https://youtu.be/wFKkVvUgUUk


Michael on Colbert: Singing a verse from Mary Chapin Carpenter’s “Why Shouldn’t We”

https://youtu.be/zp8qpa3fGxI


Mary Chapin Carpenter's Version of 'Why Shouldn't We"

https://youtu.be/VWiW_CXu2I4

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Watch the full film "Planet of the Humans" here:

https://youtu.be/Zk11vI-7czE


Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rumble-with-michael-moore/message

Apr 23 2020

52mins

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Why Bernie Sanders lost and how progressives can still win

The Ezra Klein Show
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The Democratic presidential primary is over. Joe Biden is the presumptive nominee heading into the fall. And this week, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren endorsed their former competitor.

On the left, the question is: What went wrong? How did Sanders lose to Biden? Why didn’t Warren catch fire? But too few of these postmortems have had sufficient data to build out their theories. And too many of them explain away strategic and tactical failures as media or establishment conspiracies.

Sean McElwee has a different perspective. McElwee is the co-founder and executive director of Data for Progress, an organization that utilizes cutting-edge polling and data-analysis techniques to support progressive causes. His aim is to fashion an agenda that is both progressive and popular. But he also sits atop mountains of data that let him test hypotheses with a lot more rigor than most armchair pundits.

As a result, McElwee has a fascinating, heterodox view of the 2020 primary, the Sanders and Warren campaigns, and what it will take for progressives to build power. We discuss the critical mistakes both major progressive candidates made, which progressive ideas are most popular with the American people, how the left’s theory of class politics interferes with its most obvious path to electoral victory, why maximalist policy agendas fail even when they look like they’re succeeding, what good (and bad) Overton Window politics look like, how progressives can shape Biden’s presidency, and much, much more.

References:

How Joe Biden won over Bernie Sanders — and the Democratic Party by Ezra Klein

Book Recommendations:

Deep Roots: How Slavery Still Shapes Southern Politics by Maya Sen



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Apr 16 2020

1hr 41mins

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ICYMI - Trevor's April 4, 2020, Interview with Then-Presidential Candidate Bernie Sanders

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
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Senator Bernie Sanders talks about his emergence as the 2020 Democratic presidential front-runner, fighting for single-payer health care and tackling income inequality.

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Apr 13 2020

20mins

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Getting to Know Bernie Sanders

The Daily Show With Trevor Noah: Ears Edition
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Trevor highlights Senator Bernie Sanders's jarring consistency over the decades, his unique way with kids and his take on what it means to be a Democratic socialist.

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Mar 18 2020

21mins

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Interview with Sen. Bernie Sanders

Cuomo Prime Time with Chris Cuomo
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Chris goes one on one with 2020 Presidential Candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders

Mar 10 2020

40mins

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And Then There Were Two: Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden

The New Yorker: Politics and More
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Just over a week ago, Bernie Sanders seemed to be the front-runner for the Democratic nomination. Then came some prominent withdrawals from the race, and, on Super Tuesday, the resurgence of Joe Biden’s campaign. (Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii remains in the race, but has no chance of winning the nomination.) But the narrowing of the field only highlights the gulf between the Party’s moderate center and its energized Left.  David Remnick talks with Amy Davidson Sorkin, a political columnist for The New Yorker, about the possibility of a contested Convention. Then Remnick interviews Michael Kazin, an historian and the co-editor of Dissent magazine. Kazin points out that Sanders is struggling against a headwind: even voters sympathetic to democratic socialism may vote for a pragmatist if they think Biden is more likely to beat the incumbent President in November. But Sanders seems unlikely to moderate his message. “There is a problem,” Kazin tells David Remnick. “A divided party—a party that’s divided at the Convention—never has won in American politics.” 

Mar 09 2020

21mins

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Jorge Ramos: Bernie Sanders might have just lost Florida

Recode Decode
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Univision anchor Jorge Ramos talks with Recode’s Kara Swisher about how much of the Latino vote President Trump might get in 2020, why Bernie Sanders’ comments about Fidel Castro might cost him dearly in a general election, and why it’s important that journalists practice contrapoder — being on the other side of power. Ramos has publicly clashed with Trump, who published his phone number on Instagram after Ramos sent him a letter during the campaign; he calls for others in the media to stand up to Trump, and says that there are some scenarios where being neutral to all parties is an abrogation of duty. Plus: How should tech giants be regulated, and would that regulation hurt good political discourse?

This interview was recorded in front of a live audience at the Knight Media Forum in Miami, Florida.

Click here to read a full transcript of the conversation.

Featuring:

Jorge Ramos (@jorgeramosnews), journalist and anchor, Univision

Host:

Kara Swisher (@karaswisher), Recode co-founder and editor-at-large

More to explore:

On Reset, Arielle Duhaime-Ross explores why — and how — tech is changing everything.

On Recode Media, Peter Kafka interviews business titans, journalists, comedians and podcasters about the collision of tech and media.

On Pivot, Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway talk about the big tech news stories of the week, who's winning, who's failing, and what comes next.

And on Land of the Giants, Jason Del Rey chronicled the rise of Amazon. Season 2 will focus on Netflix and is coming soon!

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Feb 26 2020

1hr 1min

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Jake Tapper | Bernie Sanders’ Rise Prompts Media Meltdown, Establishment Panic: A Closer Look

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast
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Seth takes a closer look at some pundits and members of the Democratic establishment panicking after Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucus in a landslide.

Then, he talks to CNN's Jake Tapper.

Feb 25 2020

22mins

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Bernie Sanders Ascends, and a High School Simulates the Election

The New Yorker Radio Hour
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Bernie Sanders’s win in New Hampshire has established him as the Democratic Presidential front-runner. Centrist Democrats regard him not as a challenge but more like an existential threat: they assume that only a moderate—and certainly not a democratic socialist—can sway critical swing voters and win in November. Are they right? David Remnick speaks with Keith Ellison, the Minnesota Attorney General who served as co-chair of the Democratic National Committee after that organization infamously tried to spike Sanders’s candidacy in 2016. Ellison says that the clarity of Sanders’s mission and his appeal to economic problems can win over struggling voters in both parties. Then Nathaniel Rakich, a pollster for FiveThirtyEight, presents what the data indicates about Sanders’s chances. Plus, a civics project goes off the rails when high-school students run a simulation of the 2020 primaries. 

Feb 14 2020

38mins

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