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    By Calling Bullsh!t On April 20, 2022

    Calling Bullsh!t: Tarnished Trust?

    In our season finale, we revisit the trust crisis, reflect on what we’ve learned so far, and respond to some great questions and suggestions submitted by our listeners.

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Juul: Blowing Smoke?

Juul claims to be trying to save lives by getting smokers to switch to their product. In this episode, we cut through all the the smoke to see if we can find the burning truth.

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Hey Facebook: What’s that Smell? Part 2

Facebook is back in the news again. And turns out, it’s worse than we thought. In part 2, we take a look at all the recent whistleblower revelations, including just how much the company knows about the harm it causes.

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NCAA: Foul Play?

The NCAA claims to be on the same team as the players. But is it? In this episode, we analyze the NCAA’s playbook and propose a whole new game plan.

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America: Is it only a dream?

The United States of America. What is its true purpose, and whose lives does it exist to serve? In this special episode, we take a look at the current state of one of the world’s most powerful purpose-led organizations.

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CoreCivic: Unlocking the Truth

CoreCivic’s purpose promotes “positive change,” “compassion,” and “successful return to community.” But can for-profit prisons truly be the change they wish to see in the world? In this episode, we explore the paradoxes and pitfalls of an industry with a […]

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Calling Bullsh!t is a weekly podcast, distributed by iHeart media, that explores purpose-washing: the gap between what companies say, and what they actually do.