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Who Makes Cents?: A History of Capitalism Podcast is a monthly program devoted to bringing you quality, engaging stories that explain how capitalism has changed over time. We interview historians and social and cultural critics about capitalism’s past, highlighting the political and economic changes that have created the present. Each episode gives voice to the people who have shaped capitalism – by making the rules or by breaking them, by creating economic structures or by resisting them.
 
Following a Peabody nomination and two Webby nominations for Best General Series and Best Documentary Podcast for Season One: The College Admission Scandal, Season Two of Gangster Capitalism has the NRA is in the crosshairs. This season we dissect how the past year has rocked the country’s most powerful special interest organization like none other. Internal power struggles have exposed the group’s questionable, and possibly illegal practices which now threaten the nearly 150-year old nonpro ...
 
How does capitalism affect our personal lives? How does the economy affect life at home, relationships at work, romance and dating? Capitalism Hits Home with Dr. Harriet Fraad and Julianna Forlano explores what is happening in the economic realm and its impact on our individual and social psychology. More about Capitalism Hits Home https://www.democracyatwork.info/capitalismhitshome
 
We created this podcast in recognition that there are a number of podcasts for the American “left,” but many of them focus heavily on the organizing of social democrats, progressives, and liberal democrats. Aside from that, on the left we are always fighting a war of ideas and if we do not continue to build platforms to share those ideas and the stories of their implementation from a leftist perspective, they will continue to be ignored, misrepresented, and dismissed by the capitalist media ...
 
Navigating the marketplace is the original choose-your-own adventure. Thrilling Tales of Modern Capitalism takes a company in the news, and looks at its history to figure out why it finds itself in its present circumstances. Host Seth Stevenson brings you stories you may not have heard about the brands that shape how you live and work. And whether they’ve succeeded or failed, these companies have been on more of an adventure than you may have imagined.
 
With a themed cocktail in hand, Erika and Hillary tell true stories that shine light on our capitalist world. We highlight villainous profiteers and social entrepreneurs, digging into true stories that reveal the nature and effects of capitalism. 💵💲💵💲💵💲💵While we periodically slur our words and go into hysterics, our episodes offer extensive research that relies on reputable sources. Our fun, fact-driven analysis keeps the material lively, even during our heavy episodes. 🍸♦️🍸♦️🍸♦️🍸 We are com ...
 
How do you go from comfortable affluence to real wealth? Listen to the Capital Gains podcast, by Capitalism.com, with host and professional real estate investor Jonathan Twombly. In interviews with top professionals, we'll discuss alternative investments you might not have known about that can help you go beyond merely obtaining a passive income to growing your asset base and becoming truly wealthy.
 
This is the podcast that brings high achievers together to build businesses, create wealth, and constantly pursue growth. You have the ability to Create The Change that you want to see in your world... and this show will show you how the greats have done it. They will force you to think bigger, move faster, and create even more. At Capitalism.com we serve entrepreneurs and bring them together because your success is in direct correlation to who and what you know. To attend our next in person ...
 
“This is Capitalism: CEO Stories”, the intersection of the free market and entrepreneurial success stories. Here we speak with leading CEOs, academics, philanthropists and up and comers on their contributions and perspectives on the American economy. This podcast is a part of “This is Capitalism”, a branded content series sponsored by Stephens Inc., aims to educate and inform the public about the free market. Stephens Inc. is a full service investment banking firm headquartered in Little Roc ...
 
Government needs to get out of the way and let personally responsible entrepreneurs be the change we want to see in the world. That’s the message on the Be The Change Podcast, by Capitalism.com, hosted by political analyst and author Kristin Tate. Each week, Kristin connects with politicians, pundits and entrepreneurs who agree that we need a strong economy, clean environment, prosperity, health and happiness—and debates why personal responsibility is the key to getting what we all want.
 
Here is Hans Hoppe's first treatise in English — actually his first book in English — and the one that put him on the map as a social thinker and economist to watch. He argued that there are only two possible archetypes in economic affairs: socialism and capitalism. All systems are combinations of those two types. The capitalist model he defines as pure protection of private property, free association, and exchange — no exceptions. All deviations from that ideal are species of socialism, wit ...
 
In World Gone Mad, activist, social worker and Marxist Jessica Cassell explores the many and complex ways that the conditions of life under capitalism influences and impedes our mental health. Ultimately, a sick and unjust society makes us unwell, pointing to the need for radical social change to address the mental health crisis we are facing globally. Cover artist: @Pixiewithpens
 
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Consumer activism is when a person attempts to reinforce their moral callings through their consumption. They don’t just consider the good by itself, they take into consideration where their money is going, who it supports, and how it is used. It comes in the forms of buying from brands that you agree with or boycotting the ones you don’t. In this …
 
On this week's show, Dr. Fraad and Prof. Forlano present some of the ways that sexual sales operate.The utter failure of America's sex education curriculum removes relationship and humanity from sexuality. Sexual need is hyped for men and forbidden for women. Sex becomes a scarce commodity that women can sell within our gender unequal capitalist so…
 
Professor Wolff will also give short updates on: the US military intervention in elections; a major political breakthrough in Argentina led by women; the economics of advertising; Trump’s political crash and lastly, Biden’s Economic “Team.”Democracy at Work - Richard D. Wolff による
 
This is a special episode we’re going to release through Millennials Are Killing Capitalism. Just to be clear, this episode is not about politics or social movements and falls outside of what we usually do here. Hanif Abdurraqib and Jay talk about Daniel Dumile, better known as MF DOOM. Like lots of people, we were really sad to hear of DOOMs passi…
 
It is common these days to bemoan the amount of personal information companies like Amazon, Facebook, and other modern telecommunications goliaths collect about us. For many, this invasion of privacy exists as a necessary consequence of our growing dependence on the internet. With every click of the mouse—making it possible to have products manufac…
 
Today, you’re in for a treat. Inside the Capitalism Incubator, a couple dozen brand owners have been busy preparing to launch their million-dollar brands. Each one of these entrepreneurs has taken ownership of a problem that’s plaguing a specific group of people who are hoping and praying someone, somewhere will come up with a solution. These brand…
 
Hey entrepreneur, are you sitting in the owner's chair? Or are you operating every piece of your business? If it is the latter, you are probably way overstressed, way undercapitalized, way confused about the direction of your business, and growing really slowly. You’ve discovered that the worst businesses in the world are seven figure businesses. W…
 
We live in a world that has changed so much in the past year. It’s a sure bet that 2021 will bring even more change into the business landscape. We’re seeing new buying behaviors because consumers now have new desires and demands, and entrepreneurs can fill the needs of these changes. There are three emerging trends that will make some entrepreneur…
 
Today, Ryan talks with Cathryn Lavery of the Best Self Co. to find out how this super-scrappy founder launched on Kickstarter. While many entrepreneurs seeking funding give Kickstarter a shot and get mediocre results, Cathryn did it the smart way. The result? Not only did she fund her first inventory round, but her second and third, too! If you pla…
 
After toiling as a "two-legged work beastie" in too many soul-sucking jobs, Jack London traveled to the Yukon in search of gold. Rather than discovering precious metals, he discovered the camaraderie of his fellow miners, who shared the wealth in drunken celebrations every time one miner struck gold. In addition, he unearthed a wealth of materials …
 
This is part 2 of a 4 part series on the intersection of sex and capitalism. On this episode of Capitalism Hits Home, Dr. Fraad and Prof. Forlano discuss how sex education under US capitalism is failing our kids and undermining our society.Democracy at Work - Dr. Fraad and Julianna Forlano による
 
Dylan Rodríguez is a Professor in the Department of Media and Cultural Studies at the University of California, Riverside. He is also a founding member of Critical Resistance. In this episode we talk to Rodríguez about his new book White Reconstruction: Domestic Warfare and the Logics of Genocide. Rodríguez explains the historical process of white …
 
Here’s something weird… and it 100% determines whether you will succeed as an entrepreneur. It’s the one difference between two people who… Both say they want to start a business. Both have ambition running through their veins. Both say they WANT it. Both go through the same exact training, read the same books, and have the same blueprint. But one …
 
When I became a dad, I started thinking much longer term, and now that perspective shows in the way I set goals. Today, I’m going to share with you how I’m setting 1,000 day goals - and how this longer view pairs beautifully with my T.R.I.B.E. 5 system.I’ve moved away from setting outcome-based goals and toward process-based goals instead. I invite…
 
HAPPY NEW YEAR, Boozarinos! In this short episode, we reflect on the birth of the Cocktails & Capitalism podcast, sharing some hilarious details about our origin story. In addition, we touch upon the economics of podcasting, explaining the financial model we've selected to make our work sustainable. Many podcasts monetize by selling ad space, obtai…
 
This episode is an informal recap of the hellish year that has been 2020. Joshua and Jared discuss various major events of the year, including moments of promise and frustration. We talk about how COVID has changed our world, talk about anti-Black state violence and the movement against it, revisit the NBA strike that almost was, and ask what we ha…
 
Did 2020 suck for you? Or was it the best year yet? Your assessment of 2020 and your experience of 2021 all depend on which “menu” of options you choose. You could choose from the menu where everything sucks and nothing’s working for you… Or, you can choose from an entirely different menu, one full of new possibilities that all come together to mak…
 
In October of 2020, with COVID-19 case numbers surging, more Americans had been consistently unemployed for at least 20 weeks than had been unemployed—for any length of time—a year prior. With some workers facing increased risks on the job and others worried about being locked on the sidelines, Howard University professor and chief economist to the…
 
How did an immigrant rabbi use modern technology to dominate the millenia-old market for matzoh? And how did an almost undrinkably sweet wine manage to become the taste of Judaism? Podcast production by Jess Miller with help from Cleo Levin. Slate Plus members get ad-free podcasts and bonus episodes of shows like Dear Prudence and Slow Burn. Sign u…
 
Dr. Fraad and Professor Forlano discuss the recent New York Times editorial by Nicholas Kristof, The Children of Porn Hub, and the intersection of capitalism with sex. Dr. Fraad presents some very interesting alternative approaches to sexual education and normalization from countries far closer to socialism than our own capitalist USA. Professor Fo…
 
In this episode we interview Dr. Adom Getachew. Getachew is a political theorist with research interests in the history of political thought, theories of race and empire, and postcolonial political theory. Her work focuses on the intellectual and political histories of Africa and the Caribbean. In this episode we discuss her 2019 book Worldmaking a…
 
Today, I’m joined by Jason Franciosa. Jason’s the co-owner of a brand that serves the CrossFit community - and he’s the head coach inside the Capitalism Incubator. About a year ago, we had a conversation about how his company was just on the cusp of reaching a million dollars in sales for the year. Fast-forward to 2020, the year of the pandemic. Su…
 
Pinterest is an online destination frequented by crafty moms and brides-to-be. But former employees allege that its internal culture is far from woman-friendly. Podcast production by Jess Miller and Asha Saluja, with help from Cleo Levin and Seth Stevenson. Slate Plus members get ad-free podcasts and bonus episodes of shows like Dear Prudence and S…
 
The idea of student loan forgiveness has widespread bipartisan support. But is it actually a good idea? And what could happen if we did go through with it? Could it lead to other economic problems? Or is it just the solution that millions of Americans need to move forward with their lives? In this episode, Hillary and Erika dissect all of those que…
 
Just a few months into the Capitalism Incubator experience, we asked each member to present the vision of their company. Why? Because if you create a crystal clear vision for where you're going, you can build the road knowing you’ll get there. Even more, you can get there faster with the help of a few key relationships who can bring resources to th…
 
In this episode, we discuss Jack London's evolution into a socialist. After living the rough life of a sailor, London once again found himself forced into wage slavery to feed his family. Having toiled for long, tedious hours in a jute mill, London left his job and began shoveling coal for a railway company. With two sprained wrists, London continu…
 
GoFundMe turned charitable giving into another form of social media. Should we be concerned that Silicon Valley is profiting off of our most selfless intentions? Podcast production by Jess Miller, with help from Cleo Levin. Slate Plus members get ad-free podcasts and bonus episodes of shows like Dear Prudence and Slow Burn. Sign up now to listen an…
 
On this week's show, Dr. Fraad and Julianna Forlano discuss the difference between the life of a Walmart worker with that of a Mondragon worker. Some folks say that socialism inhibits creativity while capitalism enhances competition which spurs creativity. That is not the case. In our capitalist nation, the mass of workers come home depleted and di…
 
In this episode, Shennette Garrett-Scott explores black financial innovation and its transformative impact on U.S. capitalism through the story of the St. Luke Bank in Richmond, Virginia: the first and only bank run by black women. Garrett-Scott chronicles both the bank’s success and the challenges this success wrought, including shedding light on …
 
As the 2020 election season comes to an end and a new Congress approaches, Molly Reynolds, senior fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution and author of Exceptions to the Rule: The Politics of Filibuster Limitations in the US Senate, joins to discuss potential changes in how Congress conducts its business or asserts its priorities,…
 
A few years ago, two Australian entrepreneurs joined me at the lake house for a Backroom event. They’d built a wellness brand selling yoga products, and were right around seven-figures in annual revenue. Fantastic, right? Well, they were walking into a room of people doing $300K to $400K a month. It would have been easy for them to feel intimidated…
 
Patricia O’Connell interviews Howard Breindel, Co-CEO at DeSantis Breindel. Patricia and Howard discuss the meaning of brand, how companies may need help clarifying their brand story, and why brand matters. They also touch on some of the changes the COVID-19 epidemic has forced onto B2B businesses. Listen in to learn how you can strengthen your com…
 
One of the best things about having the Capitalism.com podcast is that I get to introduce my audience to people and resources they may never have encountered otherwise. This is one of those episodes. You’ll meet my doctor, Dr. Dan Stickler. Doctor Dan has become my trusted guide as I optimize my health and wellbeing. But I’m not alone in that. He’s…
 
Une émission autour du mouvement crip et son anti-validisme intersectionnel – avec Charlotte Puiseux, militante crip, psychologue et docteure en philosophie, et autrice à ce sujet d’une thèse, d’un dictionnaire et de plusieurs articles. L’émission (30 minutes) comporte : Une présentation du mouvement crip et de son histoire ; Une présentation du « …
 
My friend Ryan Coisson and I have the same side hustle. We’ve both built successful e-comm businesses and both have a fascination with the stock market. But we’re not day traders! To us, that seems like no way to live… eyeballs glued to ten different screens, blood pressure through the roof, making hundreds of trades every day. No way. Instead, we’…
 
After chatting with Bill Glaser of Outstanding Foods (one of the companies I invest in), our conversation shifted to a coffee creamer company called Laird Superfood. With revenues of only $19 million, investors just valued this company at $400 million. Their products aren't even all that different from their competitors’ and yet they went public wi…
 
Une émission expérimentale d’analyse matérialiste critique des politiques sanitaires étatiques et des contestations anti-sanitaires en contexte épidémique à l’ère du coronavirus – avec Leuh Ki, bon connaisseur de ces questions et membre du collectif Agitations. L’émission (50 minutes) comporte : Une analyse critique de la biopolitique capitaliste d…
 
The name Wells Fargo conjures up images of old western stagecoaches and pioneers. But when scandal hit, was this feel-good history enough to deflect attention away from the bank’s present-day troubles? Podcast production by Jess Miller, with help from Cleo Levin and Asha Saluja. Slate Plus members get ad-free podcasts and bonus episodes of shows li…
 
One of the ugliest faces of capitalism is big pharma. Pharmaceuticual companies rake in more profits every year and hurt everyday people. In this episode, Hillary and Erika discuss the top companies, notable big pharma scandals, and price gouging of prescription drugs. Episode Cocktail: The Painkiller 2 oz spiced rum 4 oz pineapple juice 1 oz orang…
 
À l’occasion du débat enflammé autour du documentaire Hold-Up, une analyse matérialiste critique des conspirationnismes et de leurs différentes variantes, qui s’attaque prioritairement aux conspirationnismes dirigés contre des minorités raciales plutôt qu’à ceux fondés sur un anticapitalisme tronqué, qui s’en prend non pas seulement au conspiration…
 
On this week's show, Dr. Fraad and Julianna Forlano discuss the amazing bill just passed by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s Socialist Labor Party which explores and reveals the economic value of essential caring labor usually done by women. New Zealand’s social workers, child care providers, nursing assistants and other care workers will now be rec…
 
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