CUOMO Exchanges: Howard Dean, Stephanie Grisham, Andrew Yang
The Chris Cuomo Project
In this special extra of “The Chris Cuomo Project,” Chris shares some of his favorite interviews from this week’s “CUOMO” exchanges on NewsNation.Howard Dean, former Vermont governor and Democratic National Committee chairman, and Stephanie Grisham, former White House press secretary and communications director, speak with Chris about the forthcoming 2022 midterm elections and a possible 2024 Trump campaign.Andrew Yang, founder of the Forward Party and former Democratic presidential candidate, speaks with Chris about the state of American democracy, the need for more third parties in the U.S., and what matters in the 2022 midterms. Follow and subscribe to The Chris Cuomo Project on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube for new episodes every Tuesday.
Today, Donny is joined by the Chairman of the Forward Party, former Presidential Candidate, and author, Andrew Yang. Donny and Andrew discuss a variety of topics including Andrew’s experience running for President, what a third party can do to fix the broken electoral system, and why rank choice voting works. But leading off, Donny covers his top brands this week, stamping his "Ups" or "Downs" on The Queen, Kim Kardashian, and Major League Baseball among others in his "Brands of the Week".See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
170. How to Move Forward: Changing the Two Party System with Andrew Yang
Here's Where It Gets Interesting
On this episode of Sharon Says So, Sharon has a conversation with former presidential candidate Andrew Yang. After coming off the campaign trail in 2020, Yang began searching for a solution that could change the two-party system in US politics. He recently founded the Forward Party with the hopes to give the American people more viable options for leaders who aim to represent their constituency over party expectations and financiers. Join us as we talk about both the goals and the trials associated with changing the infrastructure of political campaigning. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Andrew Yang on US Presidential run, Forward Party, 2024, UBI, Trump, Rogan and Social Media
Aarthi and Sriram's Good Time Show
In this episode of The Good Time Show, Aarthi and Sriram talk to our special guest Andrew Yang, American businessman, attorney, lobbyist, and political candidate and is the co-chair of the Forward Party. We talked about his new party, his books, the 2020 US Presidential election, ranked choice voting, UBI and his thoughts on Trump, being a social media phenomenon and author.
In this week’s episode of The Chris Cuomo Project, Chris explores how the media twists words to serve specific agendas.Andrew Yang, founder of the Forward Party, speaks with Chris about the failures of the two-party system, describes the purpose of his new third party, and shares his predictions for the 2024 presidential election.Subscribe and follow The Chris Cuomo Project on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and YouTube for new episodes every Thursday.
Andrew Yang sits down with comedian Shane Gillis to talk about SNL, growing up Asian in America, and the intersection of comedy and politics.Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/QRF7PgHF1OcFollow Shane Gillis: https://twitter.com/Shanemgillis | https://shanemgillis.comFollow Andrew Yang: https://twitter.com/andrewyang | https://forwardparty.com To learn more about listener data and our privacy practices visit: https://www.audacyinc.com/privacy-policy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit https://podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Michael Shermer speaks with Andrew Yang about the Forward Party, the future of politics in a party duopoly, political partisanship, and how to bring about the change we need. This conversation is based on Yang’s new book Forward: Notes on the Future of Our Democracy. Shermer and Yang discuss: why we have a political duopoly, instead of, say, 7 parties like in Germany • ranked-choice voting and open primaries • gerrymandering and voting restriction laws and policies • the Rational Public • fairness doctrine • local journalism, newspapers, and TV stations • term limits • nonpartisan primaries • data as a property right • Department of Technology • Universal Basic Income (UBI) • reparations • abortion • the polarization of radio, television, and social media • ideology and political polarization • Trump in 2016, 2020 … and 2024? • what it’s like to run for President • what his fellow politicians are really like in person • what he learned on the campaign trail • how his many failures in life prepared him for political campaigning • why market solutions to social media polarization won’t work • why you should join the Forward Party even if you don’t agree with all their points. Andrew Yang was a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate and a 2021 candidate for mayor of New York City. Named by President Obama as a Presidential Ambassador of Global Entrepreneurship, he is the founder of Humanity Forward and Venture for America. Yang’s New York Times bestselling book The War on Normal People helped introduce the idea of universal basic income into the political mainstream. Yang is a graduate of Brown University, where he graduated with degrees in economics and political science, and Columbia Law School, where he was an editor of the Law Review. He lives with his family in New York.
PBD Podcast | EP 144 | Former Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang
PBD Podcast Episode 144. Patrick Bet-David is joined by former Presidental candidate Andrew Yang. Follow Andrew on Instagram: https://bit.ly/3DOdJTh Follow Andrew on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3LKydiu Follow GoldenDAO on Twitter: https://bit.ly/3JlVyoO Text: PODCAST to 310.340.1132 to get added to the distribution list About: Andrew Yang is an American businessman, attorney, lobbyist, and political candidate. Yang is best known for being a candidate in the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries and the 2021 New York City Democratic mayoral primary. The son of Taiwanese immigrants, Yang was born and raised in New York State. He attended Brown University and Columbia Law School. To reach the Valuetainment team you can email: email@example.com About: Patrick Bet-David is the founder and CEO of Valuetainment Media. He is the author of the #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller Your Next Five Moves (Simon & Schuster) and a father of 2 boys and 2 girls. He currently resides in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/pbdpodcast/support
In this episode, I talk to Forward Party’s founder Andrew Yang about the future of American democracy. Andrew shares the insights he’s learned from his presidential and mayoral campaigns. His major realization is that America’s two-party system is designed for polarization and dysfunction. With the media and the internet further inciting division, polarization may eventually escalate into violence. In order to shift towards a human-centered economy, Andrew believes we need to change our political dynamics and incentives. We also touch on the topics of tribalism, rationality, automation, education, leadership, and governance. BioAndrew Yang is an entrepreneur, attorney, and political candidate. He was a candidate in the 2020 Democratic Party presidential primaries and the 2021 New York City Democratic mayoral primary. His signature policy was a universal basic income of $1,000 a month as a response to job displacement by automation. After his campaigns ended, he left the Democratic Party and founded Forward Party, a political action committee that seeks to alleviate political polarization and reform the U.S. political and economic systems.Andrew is also an author and has published several books including Smart People Should Build Things, The War on Normal People, and most recently, Forward: Notes on the Future of Our Democracy. Website: www.andrewyang.comTwitter: @AndrewYang Topics01:34 Andrew’s childhood and early ventures 09:04 Andrew’s desire to humanize the economy 11:28 The presidential and mayoral candidacy experience19:51 Society’s current incentive structures22:57 “The duopoly is designed for polarization”29:49 How do we reward grace and tolerance in politics?33:18 Fact-based governance and a shared objective reality39:59 New measures for well-being46:26 Politics is tribal51:44 United by universal human values55:28 Fulfilling the need to matter1:00:36 Human-centered education