BtS Podcast: Let’s Chat

Between the Synapse Podcast – Let’s Chat

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BtS Radio Podcast: The Separation of Race & Justice – Ferguson and Beyond

The shooting of Michael Brown ignited not only protests and conflict in Ferguson, Missouri but a national discussion on the separation of race from justice. What the facts ultimately reveal, while important, won’t alter the view of many African Americans that law enforcement provides more concern than security. How did we get here and what do we do now. Joining Between the Synapse to discuss these issues is past chair of the Texas Legislative Black Caucus and community leader Rep. Garnet Coleman. Plus ISIS and Baseball rule changes.

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Podcast: BtS Radio on Europe’s Anti-Semitic Rage

Between the Synapse podcast, featuring a discussion with Michael Salberg, Director of International Affairs for the Anti-Defamation League, on the dramatic uptick in anti-Semitic activity in Europe.

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BtS Radio Podcast – Dog Stories

Podcast of the July 31 Between the Synapse broadcast featuring noted author, and lover of dogs, Peter Nelson.

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Podcast: Would Renaming it Vandelay Industries help?

Podcast – Will Congress renew the charter of the Export-Import Bank of the United States.

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BtS Open Line Podcast

Podcast for the June 19’s Open Line Broadcast featuring calls from Nancy Grace, an ISIS terrorist, the maker of LeBron’s glasses, Donald Sterling and others.

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BtS Radio Podcast: Your Guide to Summer ’14

Between the Synapse Radio’s June 12 podcasat features award-winning writer Shea Serrano who will share his thoughts on the Summer of 2014.

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BERGDAHL: RUSH TO JUDGMENT (BTS PODCAST)

Once again members of the media stoke political fire by reporting on a major news event before confirming facts and relying on sources without appropriate vetting. And, once again members of the right-wing, conservative movement create a narrative based upon such reporting that threatens our nation’s ability to understand that event without bias. Like Benghazi, the Bowe Bergdahl prisoner exchange has already been politicized to the extent that hardened views may never be altered even as the facts become public. We will discuss the coverage of the Bergdahl matter and how it affects our national security and democracy the MediaMatters.org research fellow Hannah Groch-Begley .

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Podcast of “Why Congress Sucks”

Listen to the podcast of Between the Synapse Radio’s discussion of, “Why Congress Sucks” with Jason Stanford and Rob Johnson.

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Between the Synapse Podcast: #Hashtag Activism & Sex Workers

Listen to the latest podcast of Between the Synapse discussing the topic of #hashtag activism and sex workers with Maggie McNeil.

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