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A podcast about Leftist Politics and Christianity

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*italian chef kissy fingers*

This podcast is a gem.


Now that's what I call a podcast! 👍

Settling into a very interesting niche.

This podcast caught my attention first via twitter, where the two hosts are avid posters. The first few episodes of this podcast are painfully poorly leveled, making for a rough experience as one voice is remarkably loud and the other is absurdly quiet. In addition, the first several episodes are filled with a few awkward pauses and a general lack of direction with some baseline hot tactics. A few episodes in, however, this podcast becomes its own. The episode on Virilio grabbed my attention and kept me coming back. The two hosts are extremely talented in speaking and play off of each other quite well, not to mention they are well-read and well-trained in the act of hot takes. The most recent episode I thought was the best so far, and left me wanting more. I'm not even Catholic, I'm a non-practicing Southern Baptist, but this podcast has revitalized both my faith and leftist beliefs. After a rough start, this podcast is settling into a very interesting niche which is surprisingly dope.

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