- Joined Jun 25, 2003
I have a bunch I listen to regularly, as I can always do my work and listen at the same time. I always multitask when working.I think of all the ones I have listened to over the years Erza Klein's podcast is easily the best.
Not only for the quality guess, depth and diversity of topics, but I also think Klein understands American politics better than 99.9% of pundits.
I have a bunch I listen to regularly, as I can always do my work and listen at the same time. I always multitask when working.
All The President's Lawyers: I follow every episode, it's a laid back discussion on US legal issues in the Trump era.
The Lawfare Podcast: Frequent listener but not all episodes, I just pick topics that interest me such as investigations, cybersecurity and foreign policy.
Skullduggery Podcast: I listen to most episodes but skip if the topic doesn't particularly interest me. Especially the 'Buried Treasure' episodes are very interesting to me.
Rational Security: Essentially a more laid back version of the Lawfare podcast, more of a weekly group discussion with few guests.
Cafe Insider Podcast: This one actually requires a monthly fee of around $5 I believe but a US acquaintance owed me a favor so I requested a year-long membership. Same person who funded my WSJ subscription that unfortunately ran out at the start of this year.
Politico EU Confidential: Speaks for itself. I want to stay informed on what's going on in the EU, though admittedly I find US politics and legal issues far more interesting. I think that is pretty evident.
The Guardian UK: Politics Weekly: Solely for Brexit news.
Very sporadic listens:
To be fair, Sondland only has to worry about the DOJ under a Democrat administration. Very little chance, if any, that Barr would take any action on a criminal referral for perjury.I was watching CNN and Jake told Sondland to mind his answers when he testifies next week due to the Roger Stone verdict.