Michael Moore
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War No More (Pt. 1)
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War No More (Pt. 1)

Episode 303: Rumble with Michael Moore
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Friends,

Last Friday, I took my podcast to Grand Central Station where hundreds of Jewish New Yorkers were arrested during a sit-in for peace, demanding that all sides lay down their arms and create a cease-fire in Israel and Gaza.

I ask everyone to please get involved. Visit ⁠Jewish Voice for Peace⁠ to find ways to take action!

— Mike


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"⁠Because I Could Not Stop For Death⁠" — Natalie Merchant with Susan McKeown & the Chanting House


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Michael Moore
Rumble with Michael Moore podcast
Academy Award-winning filmmaker and political provocateur Michael Moore offers his subversive and humorous take on the issues of the day and talks to a wide range of people from comedians and politicians to the people who’ve tried to kill him. Plus various mischief with Mike’s friends, family and the neighbors who don’t work for the NSA.