Professional unprofessional strategists Stephen Carter, Corey Hogan and Zain Velji dissect the news of the day, pass judgment on strategy choices and lift back the curtain on how decisions are made. Described as "the least deliberate podcast of all time", "shockingly insightful" and "sports talk radio for politics". Not sponsored by Flair Airlines. Get Thursday episodes and bonus content on Patreon
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Corey Hogan and Stephen Carter discuss what Rachel Notley and Danielle Smith's actions in the past week tell us about the state of the Alberta election, whether negative campaigning works and what (if anything) to read into advance vote numbers. Does... more
Corey Hogan and Stephen Carter discuss whether campaigns have any ability to turn the ship in the last week, the Bonnie Crombie soft launch for OLP leader and a Toronto mayoral race that is being called a coronation for Olivia Chow. Is there a point ... more
Corey Hogan and Stephen Carter discuss the leaders’ debate in the 2023 Alberta election and an ethics commissioner ruling that hangs over it all. Did either leader do what they needed to do to be declared a “winner”? Will Danielle Smith be able to bu... more
Annalise is a great addition. Please keep her even when Zain is back.
I don’t know how these guys put out content so prolifically. Either they don’t have day jobs or don’t have personal lives. But their overachieving is to the listener’s benefit - each and every episode is worth a listen, even the ones about Alberta politics for those of us who don’t live in Alberta
I know that it’s going to be a good day when a new episode drops. Nothing makes me laugh out loud like this group. Brought me back to an interest in politics when I thought nothing would drag me back.
No need to work in government or politics to enjoy the show. Opening the curtain behind the scenes on political communications, decisions and strategies- makes you feel like an insider in a super nerdy club.
This review is being composed under undue psychological strain and duress. The hosts of the pod regularly express both unwavering disdain for the listeners, and a nearly nonsensical desire for positive reviews for the podcast. This review is emotional blackmail. more
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The Strategists launched 3 years ago and published 101 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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