Tag: election

December 24, 2020 / Audio

Michael Schaap is a documentary maker, a voice over artist, and an arm-chair historian who I have had the pleasure of knowing for almost two decades. For the past four years he has been watching in frustration and sadness as the US and the rest of the world, walk down a dangerous path not unlike what we’ve seen before.
Today on the podcast, an end of the year, Hanakkuh-Christmas-Kwanzaa-Festivus special looking at the glboal impact of the election in the US. And like every good holiday film, if you listen close you’ll hear an inspiring message… as well as Michael’s cat chewing on cables and documents. Listen and enjoy!

February 16, 2011 / Text

We are less than 2 days from presidential elections in Uganda, a place that already is regularly left out of the front pages and trending topics in many parts of the world.  When you add to its usual lack of coverage the fact that right…

November 23, 2010 / Audio

It was a political campaign and a presidential election upon which not only the future of a nation rested but also the inspiration and example for much of the continent.  Packed with emotion, with great highs and great lows, throughout the Ghanaian presidential election of…

September 26, 2010 / Audio

4 Days after the 2010 Parliamentary Elections in Afghanistan, some audio reflections on how it all went and what is to come. Another fine source for post-election news, my good friends at Democracy International