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Host Michael Sheehan's ability to help people communicate at the highest level was dubbed by New York Magazine as "the Sheehan effect." With breaking news happening constantly, Sheehan looks outside the 24/7 news cycle to wonder what politicians can learn from professional wrestlers. How politicians can get laughs, intentionally, with advice from renowned comedians. And how losing candidates can be turned into winning ones with insight from legendary professional sports coaches. It's politics, policy, and people through Alice’s looking glass.
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4.7 stars from 47 ratings
Recommend it for foreigners!!
It is very good for non-native English speaker. I’m an English foreigner. But I am always interesting at politics so I tried to listen to some politics podcast. But it’s hard to understand. And I met Politics as unusual. It is just amazing podcast I ever seen. It’s not boring and they usually...Read full review »
Pingguo092401 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/15/18
Fresh and Insightful
Loving this podcast! Thanks for the unique, hopeful perspective!
PianistClea via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/11/18
Was nervous about trying a new “political” podcast, but Mr. Sheehan does a great job keeping it light and free flowing. The guests are unique, and their perspectives are different, which makes this an easy listen. This is a great chance to laugh with our current political climate, not at it....Read full review »
BaseballFanaticJV via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/29/18
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