The measure of a good podcast, while the content is of paramount importance, is engaging hosts capable of keeping the audience’s attention.

In the shape of Cliff Schecter and John Aravosis, the UnPresidented hosts have proven they fully capable of delivering informative content every Monday and Friday.

UnPresidented with Cliff Schecter and John Aravosis is a must for anyone wishing to remain engaged.

While the Monday episode is a freebee for all listeners, the Friday episode is for subscribers. For as little as $5, one can gain access to insightful political commentary.

With 62 episodes made available, the content Schecter and Aravosis presents to their audience has been though provoking. Listening to this podcast enables people to become members of an informed community. If they wished to remain in the dark, they might as well limit their television news viewing to Fox News.

A regular guest of the Majority Report with Sam Seder, Schecter is no stranger to many liberally minded thinkers. The author of “The Real McCain: Why Conservatives Don’t Trust Him And Independents Shouldn’t,” Schecter is not afraid to express his true feelings on any given subject.

Born in 1971, Schecter is native of New York City. When a student of the University of Pennsylvania, the podcast host became interested in political activism. As a progressively minded individual, it should not surprise anyone which side of the political tracks Schecter favours.

In 1994, he successfully graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with distinction with a Bachelor of Arts in American History.

Georgetown alumus and attorney-at-law, Aravosis is a Democratic political consultants, journalist and civil rights activist.

Aravosis graduated from Georgetown with a joint law degree and master’s degree in foreign service.

With a well-established reputation as a civil rights advocate, Aravosis has proven the strength of his conviction on numerous occasions. With the launch of the AMERICAblog in 2004, Aravosis presented to the Internet reading audience a progressive news blog highly informative in politics.

Because of a new job with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), in 2015, Aravosis gave up his role at AMERICAblog.

Even though the podcast host moved on to pastures new, Aravosis’ voice in political matters remained as strong as ever.

While separately, Schecter and Aravosis can stand on their own two feet as political operatives, together they are an unstoppable force capable of remarkable things.

Subscribe, listen and become part of an informed community.

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