Village SquareCast connects listeners with conversations and programs facilitated by The Village Square. The Village Square believes in the power of dialogue and disagreement. We spearhead a variety of programming centered around civility and community-building (especially among political opposites). Locally in Tallahassee, FL, we work with a variety of community partners, offering more than 30 programs a year. Nationally, we assist other communities with their civility efforts and provide support as needed. Events and programs are created with the intent of building community, fostering dialogue, encouraging disagreement, and ultimately, increasing empathy.
THE GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS LEGAL ROUND
Government Contracts Legal Round Up is a podcast focusing on important developments facing government contractors and grant recipients. Hosts David Robbins and Marc Van Allen discuss key developments in this ever-changing field in an easy-to-absorb style. Often joined by colleagues and guests, programs focus on the most relevant executive orders, regulations, proposed and final rules that affect the FAR and relevant agency FAR supplements, decisions from GAO, the boards and courts.
TROY TALKS WITH CONGRESSMAN TROY BALDERSON
Join Congressman Troy Balderson of Ohio’s 12th District in the US House of Representatives for “Troy Talks,” a biweekly discussion between Congressman Balderson and various guests about the important issues facing the region and to show that we can put aside politics and get things done to help people.
ALONG THE LINES
Welcome to Along The Lines - it’s a conversation hosted by CTDOT Bureau Chief of Public Transportation Rich Andreski as he engages the community and fellow transportation advocates to discuss how public transportation impacts your daily life in Connecticut. Join in as Rich and special guests explore current issues impacting travel across the state, and the future of Connecticut’s transportation system.
ACADEMICS IN A PANDEMIC
This podcast discusses all things public education during the COVID-19 pandemic, and is hosted by a high school social studies teacher. Each episode interviews 3 guests with their stories related to how outbreak has impacted public education including students, college professors, superintendents, school board members, and of course teachers.
CONSERVATIVE LIKE ME
Welcome to Conservative Like Me: a voice for the conservative movement that isn’t totally nuts. Or untruthful. Or dangerous. Or irresponsible. Conservative Like Me is a podcast for center-spectrum conservatives. You know, the ones that rarely get any airtime. In this podcast, we explore, issue by issue, how Canada's federal conservative party can remain true to its foundational mission while also building good policy that's aligned to the progressive momentum of Canada, the needs of our Canadians, and our full national potential. Hosted by Jennifer Sanford. Seasons drop Nextflix style--all at once.
THE REQUEST DENIED PODCAST WITH MAX LINN
Max Linn and his team discuss the importance of independent candidates and independent policies for the future of America. The two party system is irreparably broken, corrupt and our politicians in both the republican and democratic parties are in the pockets of big corporations and special interests. Request Denied