Subliminally Correct

A Political Persuasion Podcast

About the show

Subliminally Correct is a bi-weekly podcast where two experts in subconscious messaging examine the intersection of politics, persuasion, and all the ways politicians and newsmakers are using psychological tactics to influence you every single day.

The show is hosted by Alex Dobranic, Political Consultant and Certified Consulting Hypnotist; and Taylor Sherman, Executive Coach and Certified Hypnosis Instructor – experts in politics and subliminally persuasive tactics.

Guests range from political staffers, consultants, journalists and academics, to experts in hypnosis, body-language, and Neuro-Linguistic Psychology; here to give you an inside look into what makes the persuasive politician.

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Episodes

  • 55: Trial or Error: Trump's Impeachment Begins

    January 27th, 2020  |  28 mins 4 secs
    adam schiff, donald trump, elections, impeachment, politics

    When it comes to the trial of the highest office of the land, will the American people get a fair trial? Listen as master persuaders use direction of attention to convince you of the right decision, or the wrong one.

  • 54: The World's Top Terrorist: Trump Claims Victory

    January 18th, 2020  |  34 mins 29 secs
    donald trump, foreign policy, iran

    The US has won the war with Iran! In this episode Donald Trump contends that the Iranian people are celebrating the US victory, and this is our breakdown of his congratulatory speech.

  • 53: They Kill Our People, but I'm OK with It: Trump on Iran

    January 11th, 2020  |  38 mins 33 secs
    donald trump, foreign policy, iran, mike pompeo

    Is that spy story featuring deep intelligence and bad business based in fact, or just TV drama? Trump meets with the PM of Greece but it turns into a press conference about the killing of Iran's general Soleimani, and it reveals his intentions, motives, and persuasive tactics.

  • 52: Knocking Down the Ivory Tower: The Republicans Respond

    January 3rd, 2020  |  37 mins 4 secs
    congressional hearings, elections, impeachment, politics

    How do Republicans deal with highly educated ivy league legal scholars telling them the president should be impeached? We hear from three House Republicans who vehemently fight back against witnesses and use rhetorical tricks to grab the upper hand.

  • 51: High Crimes and Misdemeanors

    December 19th, 2019  |  37 mins 17 secs
    congressional hearings, elections, impeachment, politics

    What is the definition of a fact, and how can you convey those facts with authority? Several law professors spar on the alleged high crimes of President Trump, on which they have fundamental disagreement, in our look at the impeachment inquiry hearings.

  • 50: Prison Reform and Immigration Policy of Pete Buttieg

    December 11th, 2019  |  26 mins 24 secs
    church, elections, pete buttigieg, politics, primaries

    Why is a mid-western white guy starting to become more popular with churchgoing black voters? Join us as we examine Pete Buttigieg's presidential speech at Rev. William Barber's Greensboro church.

  • 49: Buttigieg the Baptist: Mayor Pete Visits a Black Church

    December 6th, 2019  |  31 mins 26 secs
    church, elections, pete buttigieg, politics, primaries

    What happens when this moderate Democrat attends an African American Church to promote his presidency? Mayor Pete Buttigieg attends the Greenleaf Christian Church where he is asked questions by the audience who wants to know if he is for real.

  • 48: The Coup has Started, Impeachment Inquiry Continued

    November 30th, 2019  |  39 mins 43 secs
    chris stewart, elections, impeachment, jim jordan, politics

    Rep Chris Stewart tells us that the coup has started, and impeachment will follow. We listen to the minority counsel for the Republicans as they attempt to shape the narrative around the inquiry, along with more from Rep Jordan.

  • 47: Jim Jordan's Tongue Twisters and the Impeachment Inquiry

    November 22nd, 2019  |  35 mins 16 secs
    donald trump, elections, impeachment, jim jordan, politics

    In the first impeachment hearings, we examine congressman Jim Jordan's methods of persuasion and influence, along with a press conference clip featuring President Trump's framing of the whole process.

  • 46: They're Making Their Move: Alex Jones and Info Wars Pt 2

    November 15th, 2019  |  18 mins 57 secs
    alex jones, james comey, politics, rhetoric

    Why do rational people listen to irrational things? Conspiracy-theory laced TV host Alex Jones is featured on this episode where we discuss the Info Wars he claims are happening.

  • 45: Demon with a Red Wig: Alex Jones and Info Wars Pt 1

    November 8th, 2019  |  33 mins 45 secs
    alex jones, donald trump, metaphor, politics, rhetoric

    Alex Jones and Info Wars are back in this episode, where we find out exactly how he manages to keep people listening and under his influence, even after being banned on multiple platforms. Learn how he does it and also how this applies to Donald Trump.

  • 44: The American People Aren't Wrong

    October 17th, 2019  |  1 hr 14 mins
    debates, elections, politics

    Are the American people wrong for wanting a change in our government, in wanting a choice in their healthcare, and in which wars we engage in? In this episode we take a listen to the key points of the New York Times / CNN debates in Ohio, where the remaining candidates square off.

  • Episode 43: Did the Republicans Lie about the Impeachment Inquiry?

    October 3rd, 2019  |  50 mins 57 secs
    conferences, donald trump, impeachment, politics, republicans

    Everyone is talking about impeachment! But how do the Republicans frame the whistleblower report and spin the message into their favor? Which members of Republican leadership are more skilled than the others, and who can twist the facts into the most appealing light? Listen to learn how they do it and so much more!

  • Episode 42: The Third Democratic Debate

    September 19th, 2019  |  1 hr 4 mins
    2020, debates, elections, nlp, politics

    What creates a win on the debate stage? Is it a candidates age, their quips to another person, or their charisma? Or is it the way they message and use language? We explore these themes in this episode on the third democratic debate of 2019.

  • Episode 41: Marianne Williamson in San Francisco

    September 4th, 2019  |  1 hr 5 mins
    elections, language patterns, marianne williamson, politics, primaries

    Do you have a new age friend who keeps talking about big ideas, but you aren't sure what they actually mean? In this episode we break down a Marianne Williamson rally and listen closely for her persuasive use of language, and whether it is authentic or not.

  • Episode 40: The Gabbard Doctrine

    August 22nd, 2019  |  47 mins 34 secs
    2020, elections, justin amash, npr, politics, primaries, russia, tulsi gabbard

    Do interviews with prospective 2020 candidates reveal that much about their policy? Learn how Tulsi Gabbard dodges NPR's questions and instead reframes her answers into something much more persuasively friendly in this episode!