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The music is distracting, the conversations do not add anything to the current conversation and the content tends to be skewed pretty heavily to one political ideal. This podcast does not do justice to investigative pieces produced in the Mother Jones Magazine. The host is fine and she speaks clearly to the listener, but Iâm not learning anything particularly new from each episode. I think itâs time to go back to the drawing board.
Podcast good: music distracting.
I am in the early stages of my exploration of the 2020 candidates and I truly appreciate your interview. Thanks for the intelligent and thoughtful discussion.
I like to hear both sides of issues to try and develop a balanced perspective of issues. I try to avoid hyper partisan sources, but sometimes listen to them just so see what political extremists are saying. But sometimes those sources are just so unbalanced that they are painful to listen to, because they are so focused on a biased viewpoint that they purposefully omit information that is available, but would act as a counterpoint to the biased point they are trying to make. Echo chambers like that just aren't worth listening to.
Iâve been reading to your articles, advice columns and Iâve listened to every Savage Lovecast youâve ever produced. When you began theMagnum podcast I stuck with the original because the only thing that the Magnum edition offers that the micro doesnât is guests and the lack of commercials. I find the calls and your great advice more interesting than your guests. But now the number of ads on the micro has gone way up! Are you trying to drive me away? Faithful Boston Fan
Came here for a Carlos Maza interview because I am in love with that man, but I stayed because this is a great podcast that goes in depth to recent news all around the world and the humanitarian things we need to think about critically. Letâs change the world together and letâs start by learning.
Your discussion of 12-Step groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous in episode 41 are very uneducated. You should do your research. The disease model of alcoholism and addiction was coined in these programs. As well, success rate statistics in these programs are lower, naturally, because the programs are âANONYMOUS.â Granted less peer reviewed data does not indicate efficacy but also does not indicate the opposite.You canât pick and choose facts to make your story work.Thanks
I just started listening to this podcast. I heard Jamilah King on In the Thick with Maria and Julio and loved her viewpoints. I was glad to hear she has her own podcast so I immediately subscribed and now I want to hear all the interviews on her podcasts. Great interviews, great guests so far. My phone canât download fast enough! Thank you Maria and Julio. And thank you Jamilah! I love everything for a POC perspective. Porque soy ðµð·
I love how this podcast is interesting, informative, and robust. Multiple perspectives and thorough reporting keeps your attention, while the audio quality makes it easy to follow along. Loved it all!