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My History Can Beat Up Your Politics Podcast by Bruce Carlson

My History Can Beat Up Your Politics Podcast

by Bruce Carlson

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Since 2006, bringing historical context to the politics of today. TV pundits discuss politics in a vacuum. Cable news tells you everything is 'breaking news' but in most cases, events have long roots in history. In this podcast, we smash and bash the politics of today with a healthy dose of history.


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Bringing Texty Back? Gorsuch, Scalia, Hugo Black and the Words of Law

Author: Bruce Carlson
Thu, Apr 13, 2017


The textualism of conservative Justice Scalia and liberal Justice Hugo Black is contrasted and compared as we anticipate the arrival of Neil Gorsuch to the Court.  Gorsuch is a committed textualist.  What does that mean?  We look at that, we look at all of the different ways judges think, and the (often straw-manned) concept of a […]

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The President’s Book of Secrets: Interview with David Priess

Author: Bruce Carlson
Sun, Apr 02, 2017


Presidents and Intelligence, from Kennedy to Trump.  With a particular focus on the PDB or the Presidents Daily Briefing with Dr. David Priess, the Author of The President’s Book of Secrets. We discuss: Tension Presidents and The CIA, In History and Today How Kennedy’s Pace Dictated How Agencies Work What the President’s Daily Brief Does and […]

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All Politics is Social (and other observations)

Author: Bruce Carlson
Mon, Mar 27, 2017


It’s a crazy time, but Bruce’s Fourteen Points about Politics in 2017 seeks to provide some clarity on what’s going on and where both parties stand.  The points include going Back to the Past, Clarity on Reelections and Midterms, About Town Halls, The 8 Million Ignored People and Getting a Media Game. We discuss: Presidents are […]

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Butterfield: Nixon’s Watergate Frenemy

Author: Bruce Carlson
Sat, Mar 18, 2017


Alexander Butterfield, Nixon’s deputy COS who revealed the existence of the taping system in the White House, gets only a small mention in Watergate history but he has a lot to contribute to the understanding of it.   He recently spoke to Bob Woodward in a new book and his account and the records he kept for […]

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Now on the Premium Cast: Thomas Eagleton and George McGovern 1972 More to the Story

Author: Bruce Carlson
Wed, Mar 15, 2017


Thomas Eagleton was selected as the Vice Presidential candidate for the Democrats and candidate George McGovern. It seemed like the right choice. Then everything went wrong. Yet there is more to the story than most know, and a recent book has revealed new details. What was the Nixon White House role? And what’s this about […]

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Four Stories of #Resistance

Author: Bruce Carlson
Sat, Mar 11, 2017


Looking at the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Freedom Summer, Mothers of the Disappeared and the American Revolution, we look at change, from despair to anger to moderation.  These stories are used to answer the question – What does political change take?  What numbers does it take?  How do you know when it’s happening?  We looked at […]

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That Time When a Presidential Candidate Actually Was Bugged

Author: Bruce Carlson
Sat, Mar 04, 2017


…and probably for a good reason. 1968 and an announcement of a bombing halt over Vietnam by LBJ in the last week of the election has all sides moving in many directions. Evidence points to Nixon campaign involvement in scuttling talks through a third party connected to South Vietnamese elites, that the FBI became aware of […]

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25, 17, 21, 7, 45 and Other Presidents (Bruce Carlson Interviewed on ‘The Road to Now Podcast)

Author: Bruce Carlson
Wed, Mar 01, 2017


Who is the Most Underrated President?  What was FDR’s Waterloo?  What is an Executive Order and how are they used?  How has the concept of Executive Power changed?  A President’s Day conversation with Bob Crawford and Ben Sawyer from ‘The Road to Now’ Podcast.  Love talking to these guys. (Now, the interview starts with a […]

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Alcatraz

Author: Bruce Carlson
Tue, Feb 21, 2017


The 1969 occupation of the former federal prison by Native American activists was the beginning of a movement and a shift in perception that lives on today. http://www.myhistorycanbeatupyourpolitics.com/alcatraz.mp3 We discuss: Why Alcatraz? The 1973 Standoff at Wounded Knee,  South Dakota Vine Deloria and “Custer Died for Your Sins” NoDAPL as Part of an Arc of […]

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Interview w/ John Avlon, Editor-in-Chief of The Daily Beast, Author of Washington’s Farewell

Author: Bruce Carlson
Mon, Feb 13, 2017


George Washington is a distant figure.  Sometimes, because of the distance in time, he appears too ancient to influence America’s debates today.  But he was a real person, and he was involved in politics and dealt with partisanship.  He also left behind instructions for future generations. Daily Beast.com Editor-in-Chief, CNN Political Analyst John Avlon joins […]

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The First Hundred Days from Wilson to Trump

Author: Bruce Carlson
Sun, Feb 05, 2017


Not everyone can be an FDR, but everyone tries. A look at the American tradition of 100 days – the period in which the President, supposedly, must get everything done.  A White House mastering it, and another White House, besieged by the press, not mastering it.  A professor turned politician driving Congress in a forgotten fight. […]

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How Mandates Were Invented

Author: Bruce Carlson
Mon, Jan 30, 2017


The concept of a President earning a right to govern and direct the agenda on behalf of the People is, in historical terms, a new concept.   No such concept is present in Constitution, nor does it appear, was imagined by Constitutional supporters or opponents.  Instead it is the result of Andrew Jackson’s Presidency.  A President that has […]

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White House on Fire: Iran-Contra – A Dozen Ronald Reagans – Part Eight

Author: Bruce Carlson
Thu, Jan 19, 2017


In the eight part of our series on the Presidency of Ronald Reagan, we look at the scandal that engulfed his administration, and management style mistakes that may have led to it.  In the course of doing this we peel back a few layers, including the Walsh investigation and the critical, laid-back investigation style of […]

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The Power to Pardon

Author: Bruce Carlson
Mon, Jan 16, 2017


One of the President’s greatest and least checked powers is designed to overcome unfortunate guilt, legal error, or to take some action for national good.  A look at what Alexander Hamilton called “the benign prerogative,” and its history. http://www.myhistorycanbeatupyourpolitics.com/pardon2.mp3 Recorded at the time of President Bush’s last days, it makes sense again.

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The (Very Few) Rejected Cabinet Choices

Author: Bruce Carlson
Wed, Jan 11, 2017


From Roger Taney to Charles Warren (pictured) to John Tower, the few and the not so proud perhaps.  It is rare for the choice of a President not to get their choice.  But there have been a few rejections.  And why?  Were they rejected for great reasons?  Not often.  Politics sometimes very insider and even petty lead […]

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The First Presidential Farewell

Author: Bruce Carlson
Sun, Jan 08, 2017


As President Obama offers his farewell commentary, a look at our 2012 cast on George Washington‘s Farewell Address and a few other timely thoughts. http://www.myhistorycanbeatupyourpolitics.com/farewell.mp3

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Unfriending, from Jefferson and Adams to Today

Author: Bruce Carlson
Thu, Dec 29, 2016


For the final cast of 2016 we look at Thomas Jefferson and John Adams, and their period of estrangement and renewed correspondence. Their story is very well known, but a few less commonly known points -such as Abigal Adams’s role in the story  – are discussed.  Also, a somewhat critical look at social media and its effect on […]

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Geeks, Orcs and Herbert Hoover

Author: Bruce Carlson
Sat, Dec 24, 2016


Christmastime, New Years are upon us, and so a fun-little episode I enjoyed recording on the history of radio from the start as geek fare to big business  The history of radio and Herbert Hoover’s role in speaks a bit to the debate over ‘fake news’ today, though I wouldn’t have had the foresight to make direct […]

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Congress Counts: The 1876 Election’s Lasting Impact

Author: Bruce Carlson
Fri, Dec 16, 2016


The disputed election between Hayes and Tilden in 1876 is an infamous part of American history.  It created a tense environment where both sides talked of a return to war.  While war didn’t come, and perhaps was not going to come in an environment of post-Civil War aversion to war, there was a deal made to avoid bloodshed.   […]

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You End Up Becoming Yourself -Bruce Carlson Interviewed on Don’t Worry About the Government Podcast

Author: Bruce Carlson
Sat, Dec 10, 2016


Where do both parties go from here?  Maybe nowhere, Bruce Carlson suggests.  Everybody to your corners and be who you are.   Also What will Trump be like as President?  John Edwards as a damaged prophet?  Snippets of a conversation with Bruce Carlson and Chris Novembrino, host of Don’t Worry About the Government. (This is […]

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