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This is S.A. Bradley, and I’m a life-long horror lover. This podcast combines horror history, personal observations, common themes, and cultural trends to tell a story with each episode. Here we talk about all things horror. Horror movies, books, comics, hosts, conventions. The door swings wide here, and all types of horror are welcome. Each episode covers some aspect of horror with lots of viewing or reading suggestions for you to check out. I want to start conversations with people about a ...
 
Myra Jean Myers is an advocate for the life of women, men and Children, having experienced the deception by the lies of the abortion industry and the wrong ruling of the U.S. Supreme Court January 22, 1973 in Roe vs. Wade. For 43 years now and for Eternity Myra Jean Myers is forgiven in Christ and set-free to reach out to women and men wounded by the deception, destruction and devastation of abortion. Myra's story – "ABORTION HURTS EVERYONE" is available on her You Tube Channel – myoomy1 The ...
 
SCOTUStalk is a nonpartisan podcast about the Supreme Court for lawyers and non-lawyers alike, brought to you by SCOTUSblog. SCOTUStalk is hosted by Amy Howe and produced by Katie Barlow, Katie Bart, Kal Golde and James Romoser. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
An extension of the Alexander Campbell King Law Library's longstanding newsletter Amicus Briefs, this podcast tackles a different theme per episode, bringing together the University of Georgia School of Law's students, faculty and staff for intimate discussions about topics close to their heart and tied in some way to the law library's collection or expertise.
 
This podcast by Francis Lynch sometimes has guests and has comments and musings on issues in the social justice, leadership, and community service spaces. It would be great if you would click the subscribe button for this Podcast in whatever Podcast Player you're using and you'll get each new episode that I release.
 
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Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Professor Ciara Torres-Spelliscy, a Brennan Center fellow and professor at Stetson University, to discuss how, when it comes to corporate influence over politics, money talks - but should it actually speak? From Georgia boycotts to campaign finance, and Mitch McConnell’s apparent new take on Citizens United. In our Slat…
 
The walking cult film encyclopaedia, Troy Howarth joins Gabriela & Cev for a fun chat about a couple of lesser seen Amicus films from 1966: The Psychopath and The Deadly Bees among with the usual wandering that seems to take in anything from Blu Rays to Blow Torches. Useful links: The Psychopath (Blu-Ray) https://amzn.to/31Riadx The Deadly Bees (Bl…
 
Sixth Circuit Strikes Down Bump Stock Ban Mark explains the Sixth Circuit’s strike down of the bump stock ban and its refusal to defer to ATF’s legal interpretation. A federal appeals court Thursday (March 25) ruled that a federal regulation barring bump stocks is likely illegal and was incorrect in claiming that the devices make a weapon a machine…
 
Free Speech Hate Speech Counter Speech The first crossover episode between May it Displease the Court, which looks at corruption in the courts from judges through dark money anti-democratic far-Right donors, and RhetoricLee Speaking, banishing banality one speech at a time. Your co-hosts, Mary and Lee, look at censorship, free speech vs. hate speec…
 
The Court-Packing Blitz In this episode, Vec reacts to recent news that Democrat lawmakers are preparing to unveil legislation that would add four seats to the U.S. Supreme Court, a move that could harm the rule of law in the U.S. This comes on the heels of an executive order, signed by President Biden last week, that establishes a 36-member commis…
 
Biden’s Pistol Brace EO In this episode, Vec discusses Biden’s new executive actions on firearms that target ghost guns, red flag laws, and pistol-stabilizing braces. Biden has called on the Department of Justice to issue proposed rules to stop the proliferation of so-called “ghost guns” within 30 days. In addition, within 60 days, DOJ will issue a…
 
Although Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are hitting the mainstream, the way the law will treat them is still undeveloped. In this episode, we talk about how and whether the First and Fourth Amendments might apply to cryptocurrency, what kind of protection they offer, and ways to make sure the law develops in a way that protects innovation and o…
 
Beckett Win and Gov. Murphy's EO 128 Vec and Mark discuss the recent win for Beckett and religious liberty in Archbishop of Washington v. Bowser. On December 16, 2020, Mayor Bowser signed an updated order that raised the cap to 250 persons so that the Archdiocese’s churches could open their doors to many more parishioners on Christmas Day. On March…
 
The Peril of Politics in Court In this episode, Vec discusses Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer's speech at Harvard Law School's annual Scalia Lecture held April 7th, where he discussed the complexities at the intersection of the “authority of the court” and the “peril of politics”. In his speech, Breyer warned against court-packing and said …
 
NCLA Amicus Victory In an NCLA amicus victory, Mark discusses a Second Circuit en banc Fair Housing Act case that refused to create landlord liability for tenant-on-tenant discrimination. On March 25, a 7-5 en banc ruling in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit vacated a flawed panel decision and dismissed the complaint in the case Dona…
 
Elizabeth is a former flight stewardess who got married to Bernard, a dashing airline pilot during a wild romp in Las Vegas, USA. When the magic of their whirlwind wedding worn off, Elizabeth found herself abandoned by her "Top Gone" lover. Can Elizabeth rely on their Las Vegas wedding for marital support?…
 
It has been a busy month for the Supreme Court, with no slowing down in sight. SCOTUSblog’s media editor, Katie Barlow, turns the mic around on host Amy Howe to get the latest. The pair discuss the court’s recent oral arguments in Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid, a dispute pitting property rights against union organizing, and a hot-button 4th Amendme…
 
When the Institute for Justice filed suit against the so-called predictive policing program in Pasco County, Florida, the Sheriff’s Office issued a statement saying that their program is not “in any way, shape or form the ideals or implementations projected in the film ‘Minority Report.'” But in this episode of Deep Dive, we discuss the chilling re…
 
Win in R-CALF v. USDA Mark and Vec are joined by special guest, Senior Litigation Counsel Harriet Hageman to discuss R-CALF’s victory against USDA. NCLA is celebrating an important win for America’s ranchers after the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and its subagency, the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) announced that they …
 
Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid and Harper v. IRS Vec discusses the oral argument heard before the Supreme Court in the case Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid. Cedar Point Nursery and Fowler Packing Company are California growers that produce fruit for millions of Americans. Collectively, they employ around 3,000 Californians. In 2015, the United Farm Wo…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Adam Cohen to talk about Supreme Inequality: The Supreme Court’s Fifty-Year Battle for a More Unjust America, and whether Merrick Garland should heed calls to reinvestigate Justice Brett Kavanaugh. In our Slate Plus segment, Mark Joseph Stern on Cedar Point Nursery v Hassid, the big union case before the court this week…
 
Deserts are the natural world at its most supernatural. They are dangerous and merciless reminders that everything, including civilization, is temporary. Deserts remind us that we are one worldwide crisis away from entropy. A perfect location for horror movies! Join me as I discuss desert horror movies, the way they speak to our social anxieties, a…
 
If "it" can't stand up, is rape still possible? This episode is about a teenage girl who was sexually abused by her stepdad. When charged with raping a minor, the impotency of the rapist was raised to negate sexual contact with the victim. Guest lawyer Atty. Christine Florete explains the futility of impotence as a defense in rape cases.…
 
As Vault Of Horror goes into production, time's are hard for Amicus and in an attempt to claw back some ground after a couple of financial disasters, they fall back on a tried and tested formula. As a special bonus, we're happy to be joined by @HorrifiedMag head honcho Jae Prowse to talk about his spectacular website as well as his love of Vault Of…
 
King George III Prize NCLA's Director of Engagement, Clegg Ivey, joins the show to discuss with Mark and Vec the King George III Prize bracket contest. NCLA is proud to launch The King George III Prize- a new campaign calling out the most egregious violations of our basic civil liberties by highlighting the people and institutions responsible for t…
 
The SEC Gag Rule In this episode, Mark is joined by NCLA Senior Litigation Attorney Peggy Little to discuss Barry Romeril's case against the SEC gag rule. When Barry D. Romeril settled with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) in June of 2003 he didn’t know he would live to regret it 16 years later. That is because in order to…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Sen. Jeff Merkley of Oregon to discuss voting rights, democratic reform, and what it will take to get the For the People Act through Congress. This conversation was recorded as part of this year’s SXSW. Slate Plus members have access to the whole interview. Sign up for Slate Plus now to listen and support our show. Lear…
 
Beatrice was threatened by his ex-boyfriend Charlie that he will upload her nude photo online. What protection does the law give women against sexual predators in this modern high tech world? Atty. Christine Florete will explain the provisions of Republic Act 9262 or the Anti-Violence Against Women and Their Children Act and find ways how women can…
 
This week, Amy Howe chats with a high-octane group of fiction writers who have all dabbled in Supreme Court suspense storytelling. Brad Meltzer is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Tenth Justice. Anthony Franze is a member of Arnold & Porter’s appellate and Supreme Court practice and also the critically acclaimed author of several nov…
 
Dahlia Lithwick is joined by Jessica Ring Amunson, who argued Brnovich v DNC at the Supreme Court this month, to take us inside the arguments and the key questions, and also to look at the wider landscape for voting rights. Then Dahlia’s joined by Jamal Greene who says Americans’ thinking about rights is all wrong, as they discuss his new book How …
 
Biden's Executive Order Frenzy Vec and Mark discuss the Biden administration's executive orders. President Joe Biden has signed more than 30 executive orders to date, nearly as many as the past four presidents combined at this point in their terms. On March 2, 2021, the Wall Street Journal published the article, "Biden’s Hurdle: Courts Dubious of R…
 
CDC's Eviction Moratorium Declared Invalid NCLA Litigation Counsel, Caleb Kruckenberg joins Mark in a discussion regarding this week's decision in Skyworks, LTD., et al., v. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, et al. The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Ohio ruled that the nationwide moratorium issued by the Centers for Dise…
 
Elizabeth Brokamp is a professional counselor who just wants to help people at a time when many Americans need it more than ever. But if the Virginia resident tries to talk with clients just miles away in D.C., she will cited and fined for making a Zoom call. In today’s show, we talk about what she’s doing to fight back, and why her case is a cruci…
 
Jeanette’s law professor went too far this time. Can there be sexual harassment if there was no demand for sexual favors? This episode tackles the sexual harassment in the classroom and discusses its legal repercussions. Guest lawyer Atty. Christine Florete will talk about the legalities of the Republic Act No. 7877 or the Anti-Sexual Harassment Ac…
 
Article 247 of the Revised Penal Code of the Philippines is widely criticized for being an antiquated law. In this episode, the Amicus Juris Podcast Team will be discussing a case of a teenager whose OFW father killed the lover of her mother. This was after her mother was caught having sexual intercourse with her lover. Atty. Salvador Alba, a crimi…
 
Carr v. Saul In this episode, Mark and Vec share their opinions on the oral argument presented before the U.S. Supreme Court in the case of Carr v. Saul. In January 2021, NCLA filed a joint amicus brief with the Cato Institute arguing that no federal law prohibits Petitioners—and similarly situated Social Security claimants—from raising a claim in …
 
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