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During the election campaign, Trump argued that “Republicans have become the party of the American worker”. Nick is joined by Nic (previously of Bitchy Shitshow and Vegan Warrior Princesses Attack, now doing the new show Pynk Spots) to discuss this claim and break down the US election result and a lack of focus on class and economic inequality from the Democrats.

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NOFX ‘The Marxist Brothers’, BaseketballPlayoff Tiebreaker’, The Simpsons ‘“Recount” scene from “The Simpsons”’, LowkeyDaily Duppy’.

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This show features philosopher Paul-Mikhail Catapang Podosky on the free speech and cancel culture debate.

It covers the (in)famous ‘A Letter on Justice and Open Debate’ published in Harper’s Magazine and the lesser known ‘A More Specific Letter on Justice and Open Debate’.

We also cover some common misunderstandings of free speech (supporting free speech doesn’t mean actively platforming the most harmful speech above all others!), the way in which discrimination can be subtly embedded into language and the documentary 13th.

For more on similar issues around cancel culture, check out our 238th episode ‘In Defence of Virtue Signalling – Responding to Common Criticisms of the Left’.

You can also listen to Paul on Freedom of Species: ‘Moving Beyond Killing Animals “Humanely”.’

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SoleCivil War’, Sound Scene Revolution ‘Interview with Leftöver Crack – Podcast 41’, Sole ‘Nothing Lasts Forever’.

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The characters Cheryl and Betty from the show Riverdale (Photo: Diyah Pera/The CW).

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We analyse the representations of gender in the TV shows Riverdale, The Morning Show, Big Little Lies and You, as well as the movie Bombshell.

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Taylor SwiftThe Man’, Petrol GirlsSurvivor’.

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Image from the Juice Media’s Australia Day (Piracy parody) video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UytdM-x3cv4

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This episode features journalist, trade unionist and Indigenous rights activist Celeste Liddle discussing Invasion Day. This talk was recorded at the 2017 Invasion Day protest in Melbourne. You can listen to audio of this entire event here. We encourage everyone in Australia to go along to an Invasion Day/Survival Day event in your city this year (details below) – you can find more details about the Melbourne event here.

In our discussion on Invasion Day, we also discuss the radio station Triple J changing the date of their hottest 100. If you’d like to hear more about Invasion Day, you can listen to our 22nd episode.

This episode also features our first vodcast where we promote our new Crowd Funding campaign. Those supporting this campaign can choose the topics we cover on the show in 2018! Please support our campaign here.

We also play the final part of our discussion with designer and anthropologist Michael Palmyre, who is a part of the design initiative How Might We Do Good. This section of the discussion covers science, social media, the limitations of “green” capitalism, and individual versus structural solutions to inequality. This discussion is elaborating on points from Mike’s talk ‘Are We Using Design to Make the World a Less Valuable Place?’ which we played on episode 196 and also discussed further on episode 197.

Clips:

Local Resident FailureWhere the Bloody Hell Are Ya?’, Aamer RahmanAustralia Day’, Chants from the rally and speech by Celeste Liddle from the Invasion Day 2017 protest in Melbourne, Video for our Crowd Funding campaign: ‘Support our Podcast and choose the topics we cover in 2018!’, Bomb the Music IndustryStand There Until You’re Sober’, Kev CarmodyThou Shalt Not Steal’.