goodlisten

Clip

The History of Domestic Propaganda in the US
listen on Spotify
1:06:29 - 1:07:55 (01:26)

This podcast episode explores the history of domestic propaganda in the US, from World War I and II to the war on drugs, and its effectiveness in shaping public opinion.

Similar Clips
A discussion about the role of propaganda in history, including how it was used to sway public opinion in World War II and how it can be used today to shape narratives around conflicts like Ukraine and Russia.
1:17:48 - 1:22:12 (04:24)
listen on SpotifyListen on Youtube
Propaganda
Summary

A discussion about the role of propaganda in history, including how it was used to sway public opinion in World War II and how it can be used today to shape narratives around conflicts like Ukraine and Russia.

Chapter
The Doomsday Clock and Uncertainty in Global Conflicts
Episode
#273 – Chris Blattman: War and Violence
Podcast
Lex Fridman Podcast
The FDA granted emergency trial authorization for doctors to prescribe hydroxychloroquine to COVID-19 patients due to early research that showed positive results in vitro and against similar viruses like SARS, but there is still ongoing debate regarding its effectiveness for treating COVID-19.
21:56 - 27:20 (05:23)
listen on SpotifyListen on Youtube
Hydroxychloroquine
Summary

The FDA granted emergency trial authorization for doctors to prescribe hydroxychloroquine to COVID-19 patients due to early research that showed positive results in vitro and against similar viruses like SARS, but there is still ongoing debate regarding its effectiveness for treating COVID-19.

Chapter
The Hydroxychloroquine Controversy
Episode
E2: Rebooting the economy, understanding corporate debt, steps to avoid a depression & more with David Sacks
Podcast
All-In with Chamath, Jason, Sacks & Friedberg
The news is creating more ifs in our society, building on political narratives instead of informing people.
26:04 - 27:50 (01:46)
listen on Spotify
News, Society
Summary

The news is creating more ifs in our society, building on political narratives instead of informing people. As a result, people are becoming soldiers for a political war rather than informed members of society.

Chapter
The Power of Narrative in Society
Episode
Group Therapy: Talking WWIII, Lab Leaks, and Pedro Pascal
Podcast
The Problem With Jon Stewart
The speaker emphasizes the need to seek truth from reliable sources such as CNN, PBS, BBC, and renowned newspapers.
24:53 - 30:24 (05:31)
listen on SpotifyListen on Youtube
truth seeking
Summary

The speaker emphasizes the need to seek truth from reliable sources such as CNN, PBS, BBC, and renowned newspapers. He also notes the importance of exposing and questioning the faulty positions of individuals such as fossil fuel executives and corrupt governments to potentially avoid global catastrophes.

Chapter
Seeking Truth in Negotiations and Climate Change
Episode
The fight for freedom in Iran and Ukraine | Christiane Amanpour
Podcast
TED Talks Daily
In this podcast episode, the hosts discuss skepticism and journalism practices when promoting a set of ideas or a worldview, sharing a story from an O Magazine article about a woman from Brazil battling recurring cancer.
43:42 - 44:56 (01:13)
listen on Spotify
Journalism
Summary

In this podcast episode, the hosts discuss skepticism and journalism practices when promoting a set of ideas or a worldview, sharing a story from an O Magazine article about a woman from Brazil battling recurring cancer.

Chapter
Skepticism in Healthcare
Episode
Oprah Winfrey & "John of God"
Podcast
Maintenance Phase