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Moderated Content

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Moderated Content from Stanford Law School is podcast content about content moderation, moderated by assistant professor Evelyn Douek. The community standards of this podcast prohibit anything except the wonkiest conversations about the regulation—both public and private—of what you see, hear and do online.
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Moderate Fantasy Violence

Nick Bryan & Alastair JR Ball

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Welcome to Moderate Fantasy Violence, a fortnightly podcast about pop culture and the world around it, as discussed by Nick Bryan and Alastair JR Ball. Nick will probably launch into a tangent about comics, Alastair will likely go for politics. Both are equally worthwhile.
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Moderate Party

Moderate Party

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Moderate Party is a political podcast for Moderates, Centrists, and Independents. Each week, Hillari Lombard will be joined by conservatives, liberals, politicians, journalists, activists, educators, and any one else with a good idea on how to improve our Country. She will take an honest look at the week’s news and have inspiring conversations with top political thinkers — all while trying to add some energy to the Moderate Movement
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Dirty Moderate showcases the people who cut through the nails-on-a-chalkboard din of the modern-day American political scene. We promote rigorous analysis and lively debate with individuals on both sides of the aisle and beyond. Our host, Adam Epstein, is a 12 time, Tony Award-winning former Broadway powerhouse producer turned political provocateur. Adam can go toe-to-toe with anyone on politics as he did on Trish Regan Primetime every Thursday night in 2019 as the lone non-conservative pane ...
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Utterly Moderate Podcast

Connors Institute

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The Utterly Moderate Podcast is the official podcast of Connors Institute for Nonpartisan Research and Civic Engagement at Shippensburg University. The core mission of the Connors Institute is to disseminate high-quality nonpartisan information to the public. Utterly Moderate is hosted by Lawrence Eppard, a researcher, university professor, and director of the Connors Institute. On each episode, Eppard is joined by a guest (or two or three!) who helps listeners understand important topics by ...
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This is a non-partisan, moderate voice podcast that provides a centrist view on United States domestic policy and on foreign policy Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/derek-gutierrez7/support
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Moderately Saucy

Melinda.Sherre

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Two long time friends giving you all the saucy deets with a sprinkle of sex education, relationship, favorite shows and much more rabbit hole dives and tangents. Love us or hate us we are Moderately Saucy. So join us for the adventure of this crazy life we live. Find us on Facebook, TikTok & Instagram. We have MERCH check out our Etsy shop! Visit our link at www.moderatelysaucy.com
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The Ragin' Moderate Podcast

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Sick of ideologues, demagogues, and fact-twisting pundits with clear left/right bias? The folks at the Ragin’ Moderate are here to save the day. Each week, this podcast dissects a topic in American politics & policy, bringing us one step closer to the (more nuanced, complicated, and yes- moderate) truth.
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Moderately Annoyed

Daniel Quasar and Amanda Mary

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Amanda and Daniel are two average people living a moderately annoying life. Follow them as they journey through the day-to-day stories, finding the bits that are just a little too annoying to handle. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/moderatelyannoyed/support
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Moderaterna i Östergötland

Moderaterna i Östergötland

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Vi moderater har som idé att vara det parti som bäst förstår Östergötland. Därför pågår vårt arbete med Östgötaresan, där vi lär oss genom besök och samtal med människor över hela länet. Vår podd, Östgötaröster, är en del i detta. Under kommande år tänker vi låta olika människor, olika perspektiv komma till tals. Ung som äldre, landsbygd som stad, jordbrukare som student. Tillsammans är vi Östergötland – och tillsammans kan vi utveckla en politik med fötterna i den östgötska myllan.
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Militant Moderate

Paul Michael Bolan

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Welcome to the Militant Moderate! Follow me to get an open-minded political comment on our current politicians, pundits, celebrities, and overall trouble-makers. My goal is to open a dialogue while providing facts, statistics, entertainment, and for all of us to find some common ground or, at least, understand why we disagree. And remember, BE. NICE. See you next week!
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A podcast centered around technology from a man just trying to find his way in this life. Topics discussed are: Interesting new technology - Maybe new apps, web services, etc. - My views on technology and how it has impacted life and will continue to do so - how we use tech 'in' and 'to' advance our careers - and finally life in general as a husband, father, geek, and entrepreneur.
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Building a business is hard. Maintaining healthy relationships with those that you care about is hard. Staying fit and healthy in your body, your mind and your emotions is hard. This podcast is about finding and sharing tools, strategies and experiences that may help you to achieve and maintain moderate success in your life, whatever that means to you. There is a ton of content created by the billionaires, the ultra successful athletes, and by people that are at a level that the vast majorit ...
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Ron Reagan, the son of former President Ronald Reagan and Nancy Reagan, grew up in Los Angeles and Sacramento while his father served as Governor of California from 1967-1975. After a brief career as a classical ballet dancer, Ron Reagan has spent the past 40 years as a correspondent, host and political commentator in television and radio, chiefly …
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This fortnight, two eagerly anticipated adaptations - the millennial-nostalgia event X-Men '97 (13:36) and post-apocalyptic video game series Fallout (27:28). And remember you can still back Nick's Courier Z Kickstarter for another two weeks. Fuller shownotes at ModerateFantasyViolence.comKirjoittanut Nick Bryan & Alastair JR Ball
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Before we talk about this week’s podcast episode, don’t forget to check out the Connors Institute’s new documentary, The Poisoning of the American Mind, an illuminating film about how conservatives and liberals in America regularly fall for misinformation and disinformation. On this week’s episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast, we are joined by e…
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John Pavlovitz is a writer, pastor, and activist from Wake Forest, North Carolina. John was one of our very first guests on Dirty Moderate over 2 years ago, and we were thrilled to spend time with this deep thinking, generous, loving, and spirited human again. A 25-year veteran in the trenches of local church ministry, John is committed to equality…
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Stella is an Irish psychotherapist who had her own intense experience with gender as a child, and the resolution of her gender distress has made her curious about the wisdom of early intervention. As a result, in addition to facilitating a parent coaching site that provides practical help to parents who are navigating their child’s gender-related d…
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Reed Galen is a co-founder of The Lincoln Project, host of the Lincoln Project podcast and author of The HomeFront Substack, and a self-proclaimed Cassandra. Reed is an independent political strategist who has spent years advising Fortune 500 companies, and has also worked on several prominent republican campaigns. He joins Adam to assess the Never…
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This fortnight, an exercise in extreme contrast with thoughtful historical drama Shogun (24:39) and cartoonish high school comedy Bottoms (40:18). Meanwhile, Nick is back on Kickstarter with The Collected Letters of Courier Z, a series of stories about a space-postwoman turning to crime. Check that out here. And see fuller shownotes about this epis…
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Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos weigh in on the latest online trust and safety news and developments: TikTok Tick-Tock A law requiring TikTok parent company ByteDance to divest or face a U.S. ban was passed and signed into law as part of a foreign aid and national security funding package. - Casey Newton/ Platformer, Rebecca Kern/ Politico,…
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William Inboden is Professor and Director of the Alexander Hamilton Center for Classical and Civic Education at the University of Florida, and Peterson Senior Fellow with the Kissinger Center for Global Affairs, Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He joins Adam in a discussion centering around his latest book “The Peacemaker: Ro…
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Arizona has undeniably stepped into the national political spotlight in recent years, from contentious debates over abortion bans to its pivotal role in both the 2020 election and the upcoming 2024 battle. In today's episode, Hillari sits down with Representative Laura Terech to gain insight into the Arizona political landscape and delve into her r…
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Alana Newhouse is an American writer and editor. She is the founder of Tablet magazine, a dynamic hub of Jewish life, which features news, essays, podcasts and opinion pieces. In November 2022, Alana wrote an essay for Tablet called “Brokenism.” The essay remains deeply compelling because, as Alana argues, that “the real debate today isn’t between …
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Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos are joined by Stanford Internet Observatory’s Shelby Grossman to discuss SIO’s just-released report on the Strengths and Weaknesses of the Online Child Safety Ecosystem. Read the report here. SIO is also calling for presentation proposals for its annual Trust and Safety Research Conference. Proposals are due …
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We’ve talked a lot on the Utterly Moderate Podcast about how both liberals and conservatives in America are bombarded with misleading information on a regular basis. On the left, unfortunately, a lot of this bad info comes from an academic research community which is overwhelmingly liberal. A recent study found the least imbalanced discipline to be…
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Mona Charen is a conservative American journalist, columnist, commentator and best selling author. She is the Policy Editor of The Bulwark, and host of the Beg to Differ podcast, which you need to subscribe to immediately. Mona fell hard for William F. Buckley as a teenager, and her first job was as editorial assistant at his National Review. She w…
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As the host of the podcast History of the Land of Israel, and his own YouTube show, Israel Explained, Shaiel Ben-Ephraim spends his time thinking about Israel and assessing Israel’s long term goals. Given Iran’s attack on Israel, we invited Shaiel back to Dirty Moderate so he and Adam could discuss the implications of Iran launching drones and miss…
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Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos are joined by University of Washington professor Kate Starbird to discuss research on election rumors. Kate Starbird is an associate professor at the University of Washington in the Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering where she is also a co-founder of the Center for an Informed Public. - Univers…
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Mike Gonzalez is the Angeles T Arredondo E Pluribus Unum Senior Fellow at The Heritage Foundation. He is a longtime journalist who currently writes for The Washington Examiner. Prior to that, he wrote for the Wall Street Journal, where he was based in Hong Kong. Mike is an ardent conservative and he sees the re-election of Trump as the only stopgap…
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George Washington claimed that anyone who attempted to provide an accurate account of the war for independence would be accused of writing fiction. At the time, no one called it the “American Revolution”: former colonists still regarded themselves as Virginians or Pennsylvanians, not Americans, while John Adams insisted that the British were the re…
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As a young girl born in Canada, Yasmine Mohammed was born into a strict Islamic household. If she missed a word of her Koran readings, she was beat until her feet were bloody and raw. And the Canadian government said there was nothing they could do to help her. “This is your culture,” they smugly told her. But Yasmine escaped the horrors of her chi…
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SHOW NOTES Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos weigh in on the latest online trust and safety news and developments: X this week had its lawsuit against the Center for Countering Digital Hate thrown out by a Californian district court. It’s a good and important win for free speech. - Emma Roth / The Verge A Kremlin-linked group was spreading di…
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Damon Linker, is a writer for the Atlantic and is a senior lecturer in political science at the University of Pennsylvania. He also writes the Substack newsletter “Notes from the Middleground” and is an Open Society Project senior fellow at the Niskanen Center. Damon joins Adam to discuss his latest article for the Atlantic, "The Dead-Enders of the…
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It is extremely hard for the average citizen to understand what the “state of the science” is on many issues. We can all type our queries about a particular topic into Google but, when we get the flood of results, most of us are not trained to be able to (a) understand the complicated statistical methodologies employed in many research studies, (b)…
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Stanford’s Evelyn Douek is joined by Professor Genevieve Lakier of the University of Chicago Law School to discuss the Supreme Court oral arguments in Murthy v. Missouri. For one of their previous conversations on this topic, listen to this episode from September last year talking about the 5th Circuit’s decision in the case. They also discuss Stan…
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New York Times columnist David French joins Adam to discuss the role of religion in public life, and he offers up a unique portal into the pro-life movement, and its perils in the aftermath of Roe. David discusses the important role of the courts, and especially the critical role of the Supreme Court, in securing( or not securing) the guardrails ag…
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A big episode for Alastair this week, as we cover his annual Oscar predictions audio extravaganza, and the new Dune movie (16:11, with hard spoilers from 25:24), plus bonus piracy with Our Flag Means Death season 2 (36:52, spoilers from 43:34). Fuller shownotes on ModerateFantasyViolence.comKirjoittanut Nick Bryan & Alastair JR Ball
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As arguably the pre-eminent voice warning about the dangers of Donald Trump, longtime political operative Steve Schmidt needs no introduction. But in case you have been abducted by aliens, Steve is the founder, author and host of The Warning, a digital media company comprised of a daily newsletter, podcast and video analysis on his YouTube channel.…
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It’s not playtime in America. It’s high time in America that we all stand up for democracy. It’s gonna take all of us, especially independents like myself who will back Biden in November because that’s putting America first. It’s America or Trump; you can’t have both.… Thanks for helping us save democracy one episode at a time! Join the Dirty Moder…
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On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast we are joined by Jacob Mackey to discuss two big gender-related stories in the news. The first story is positive, and we have covered it in the Connors Newsletter—a big new research study shows that we have made great progress combatting sex discrimination in the labor market. This is great news! Then…
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Noah Rothman is an author and conservative thinker who is a Senior Writer for National Review, and whose recent bestseller, “The Rise of the New Puritans: Fighting Back Against Progressives’ War on Fun,” is the chief subject of the second episode of our new series Dirty Moderate After Dark. Adam and Noah do a deep dive into the origins of Puritan t…
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Alex and Evelyn are joined by Moderated Content's Supreme Court correspondent Daphne Keller to talk about the oral argument in the NetChoice cases this week and what the Supreme Court justices seem to be thinking about whether and how states can regulate internet platforms.Kirjoittanut Evelyn Douek, Alex Stamos, Daphne Keller
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Tina Nguyen is a national correspondent for Puck covering the world of Donald Trump and the American right for their The Best & The Brightest newsletter. Previously, Nguyen was a White House reporter for Politico, a staff reporter for Vanity Fair Hive, and an editor at Mediaite. Her new book, The MAGA Diaries: My Surreal Adventures Inside the Right…
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Philip K. Howard is a lawyer, author and chair of Common Good (www.commongood.org), a nonpartisan organization aimed at replacing red tape with human responsibility and agency. In his discussion with Adam, Philip discusses his latest book “Everyday Freedom: Designing the Framework for a Flourishing Society,” which argues that the post 1960’s legal …
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On this episode of the Utterly Moderate Podcast we are joined again by Lisa Selin Davis, a writer who covers issues related to gender and gender affirming care. Davis joins the program to discuss a recent UnHerd article “Why did three journals reject my puberty-blocker study? Trans children deserve to know the facts,” written by Sallie Baxendale, a…
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James Kirchick is a columnist for Tablet magazine, a writer at large for Air Mail, and author of the instant New York Times bestseller, Secret City: The Hidden History of Gay Washington. Jamie( as he is known,) sits down with Adam and details why he wrote “Secret City,” discusses his longtime interest in Cold War history and assesses the intersecti…
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Stanford’s Evelyn Douek and Alex Stamos weigh in on the latest online trust and safety news and developments: Is the deepfake apocalypse finally here? Alex and Evelyn discuss the recent robocalls impersonating President Biden ahead of the New Hampshire primary and sexually explicit fake images of Taylor Swift that spread on X, resulting in the plat…
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On this week's episode of Moderate Party, Hillari Lombard is joined by Heath Mayo, the innovative leader behind Principles First, a grassroots initiative reshaping the conservative landscape. In this thought-provoking discussion, Heath and Hillari delve into the complex terrain of conservatism, dissecting the role of principles in today's polarized…
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