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Every episode, legal expert Andrew and comic relief Thomas will tackle a popular legal topic and give you all the tools you need to understand the issue and win every argument you have on Facebook, with your Uncle Frank, or wherever someone is wrong on the Internet. It's law. It's politics. It's fun. We don't tell you what to think, we just set up the Opening Arguments.
 
Every week Chris Hayes asks the big questions that keep him up at night. How do we make sense of this unprecedented moment in world history? Why is this (all) happening? This podcast starts to answer these questions. Writers, experts, and thinkers who are also trying to get to the bottom of them join Chris to break it all down and help him get a better night’s rest. “Why is this Happening?” is presented by MSNBC and NBCNews Think.
 
W. Kamau Bell and Hari Kondabolu are comedians who take politics seriously — and longtime friends, trying to help keep each other sane. Join them as they pull the alarm on the dumpster fire that is American politics, and talk to the creators, thinkers, and leaders doing the work to defend and reinvent our democracy.
 
On election night, two-term president Oliver Pierce watches in disbelief from the White House as Charles Dunwalke wins a controversial electoral college victory. With only 73 days before Dunwalke’s inauguration, president Pierce makes a secret decision to act, with historic and possibly catastrophic consequences.
 
Rathinam Group of Educational Institutions kick starts its on-campus community radio (CR) station- Rathinavani 90.8 in Coimbatore. Rathinavani 90.8 will broadcast programmes in Tamil Language on education, environment, health, art and culture, entrepreneurship and infotainment. The content and programmes will be developed by the students and faculty of journalism and communication. Contact Person: Mr. Mukesh - Radio head Contact no: 0422 4040908 | mukesh.fm@rathinam.in
 
C-SPAN brings together best-selling nonfiction authors and influential interviewers for wide-ranging, hour- long conversations. Find this podcast every Saturday after 10 pm ET. From C-SPAN, the network that brings you "Lectures in History" and "Q&A" podcasts.
 
America feels divided. From the most salient questions about our national identity and place in the world, to fundamental concerns about technology, religion, the economy, and public policy, Intelligence Squared U.S. is here to help. A respite from polarized discussions, we bring together the smartest minds to debate and dissect issues in depth, restoring civility and bringing intelligence to the public square in the process.
 
Each week, Foreign Policy’s Amy Mackinnon, will recommend one podcast from around the world, interview the host, and play an excerpt. This curated show is designed to help listeners interested in the things we are—great stories, compelling interviews, and cogent analysis on international affairs—sort through the overwhelming variety of podcasts out there and find the best ones. And occasionally you’ll hear audio from our own newsroom. FP Playlist replaces our flagship podcast First Person.
 
Ben Franklin’s World is a podcast about early American history. It is a show for people who love history and for those who want to know more about the historical people and events that have impacted and shaped our present-day world. Each episode features a conversation with an historian who helps us shed light on important people and events in early American history.
 
Active, engaged citizens, fighting for progressive values, help make our democracy stronger. In the Moving Forward podcast, you’ll hear about the contributions these engaged citizens make to address the challenges that face us. Host Kate Sanner interviews candidates, community leaders, community activists, and elected officials on a number of civic, political and social justice topics.
 
Pandora Wordsworth did not originally intend to go to Mount Olympus University. But when a series of unfortunate incidents make all other schools inaccessible to her, she finds herself with no other options than to go to this place she has never heard of. It is only upon arrival that she discovers MOU is the choice school for figures of mythology, legend, and lore, making her the only normal human among them. Now she must keep her secret while navigating nymphs, magic homework, and the irrit ...
 
World News from a US/UN Perspective. Meet the movers and shakers of the U.N. community. We interview authors, filmmakers, diplomats, messengers of peace, heads of state and special operatives of all member governments. Topics include: security, world health, famine, disaster relief, migration, military conflicts, drug intervention, sex trafficking, human rights and all other cultural and societal issues.
 
In this innovative series, we debunk the most common political myths plaguing young Americans, through a combination of on-the-street interviews from around Washington, D.C., featuring personal stories and expert analysis on every binge-worthy weekly episode. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
A podcast by two friends who discuss women from history they've never heard of before. Inspired by that all too common feeling, "How did I not know about her?!?", we aim to elevate the stories of a wide range of woman, from Egyptian civil rights activists to medieval nuns to the first female (almost) astronauts. We share their stories, discuss their impact and why they've been ignored or sidelined, and often get a little mad at the patriarchy.
 
The JuntoCast is a monthly podcast about early American history. Each episode features a roundtable discussion by academic historians, Ken Owen, Michael Hattem, Roy Rogers, and guest panelists, exploring a single aspect of early American history in depth. The JuntoCast brings the current knowledge of academic historians to a broad audience in an informal, conversational format that is intellectually engaging, educational, and entertaining.
 
Reason presents a libertarian-themed debate series recorded monthly before a live audience in New York City. Moderated by former Barron’s Economics Editor Gene Epstein, the Soho Forum features Nobel prize winners, radical thinkers, and other public intellectuals facing off over the future of abortion, bitcoin, electric vehicles, government debt, illegal drugs, robotics, sex work, and other controversial topics.
 
Stanford Legal is hosted by Stanford law professors Pam Karlan, one of nation’s leading experts on voting and the political process, and Joe Bankman, a clinical psychologist and tax law expert. The program features engaging conversations with attorneys, legal scholars, and leading experts on the news-making topics of the day including the commercialization of marijuana, the power of prosecutors, the travel ban, and more. Legal issues can seem complex, Stanford Legal will help listeners make ...
 
This is an election year unlike any other in ways that are unsettling and dangerous. Unconventional Threat brings together exclusive interviews with newsmakers about everything that can happen between now and Inauguration Day, when it's possible we may still not have chosen a President. Journalist Peter Eisner and longtime State Department official Jonathan Winer will outline all the possibilities, including: the use of the military; uncounted ballots; and one scenario where the House of Rep ...
 
The "Who Taught You That?" Podcast was born to combat the crippling social and political impact of historically inaccurate, culturally incompetent, and afro-pessimistic narratives that have often led to community and cultural erasure, deficit-based perspectives, and ultimately structural harm and violence toward BIPOC folx. Recognizing that many of these narratives were learned and are currently taught in your average primary and secondary school social studies class, the hosts of WTYT? seek ...
 
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Virtual debate hosted on April 1, 2021 by the Constitutional Studies Program between Jesse Wegman, New York Times, and Trent England, Oklahoma Council of Public Affairs. Jesse Wegman is a member of the New York Times editorial board, where he has written about the Supreme Court and legal affairs since 2013. His recent book is Let the People Pick th…
 
In this episode we discuss whether "We Need The Electoral College", its origins and connections to slavery, and if some systems are truly incapable of change. Gather round, fam! The "Who Taught You That?" Podcast was born to combat the crippling social and political impact of historically inaccurate, culturally incompetent, and afro-pessimistic nar…
 
Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Corynne Courpas about her experience as a 2020 MD Electoral College Voter during a period of pollical strife and COVID-19, her decades-long involvement in public service, and her insights on the role politics plays in our lives, the importance of local elections, and turning a passion for a cause into…
 
Wikipedia is not like a lot of our current internet. It’s not like sites like Facebook, Twitter, or YouTube that mines its users’ attention and tries to capture it through push notifications and algorithms in order to maximize profits. Wikipedia is a vestige of an earlier de-commodified, open sourced internet. It’s an amazing well of knowledge buil…
 
What do historians wish more people better understood about early American history and why do they wish people had that better understanding? In celebration of the 300th episode of Ben Franklin’s World, we posed these questions to more than 30 scholars. What do they think? Join the celebration to discover more about Early America and take a behind-…
 
Governor Tony Evers is not messing around when it comes to Sidney Powell's evidence-free conspiracy nonsense. He has filed a motion for sanctions that just demolishes Powell for being a total hack, liar, and terrible lawyer. It's magnificent, and Andrew breaks it down for us! After that, we've got some follow up on Uzuegbunam v Preczewski (the one …
 
On this week's episode: Matt Gaetz is going to jail ... Amazon workers reject collectivism in favor of everybody having their own pee bottle ... And all of a sudden Mitch McConnell is a communist who hates freedom. To support our show on Patreon, go here: https://www.patreon.com/skepticrat To hear more from Evil Giraffes on Mars, go here: https://w…
 
Rathinavani 90.8 Community Radio | Special Podcast about World Homeopathy Day | And Siblings Day | Special Talk by Triveni M.sc Psychology (clinical) on Existing Siblings Psychology Theorems & Studies Theme: This year the theme of the day in India is, “Homeopathy- Roadmap for Integrative Medicine”.
 
India and South Africa have petitioned the World Trade Organization to suspend intellectual property protections for Covid-19 vaccines. These nations – along with a coalition of scholars, activists, and nonprofit organizations – argue that developing nations are at risk of waiting years to get full access to the vaccines unless these protections ar…
 
Today's show has everything you want from an OA episode! We start with some follow-up on the Originalism episodes. Second is a fascinating mini dive into Graham v. Connor and why both the defense and the prosecution of the Derek Chauvin Trial are citing it. Finally, we squeeze in an amazing wildcard segment about Jordan Peterson being Red Skull in …
 
If someone asked you, "Does this cell phone make me look fat?" How would you answer? Tell the truth or tell a white lie? Seems pretty unimportant... right? But when it comes to government or politics it can take on a whole new dimension and right here in the United States that's just what has happened. Join Tom Osborne and company as they try to ma…
 
Jeremy D. Bailey holds a dual appointment in Political Science and the Honors College at the University of Houston. His research interests include executive power, constitutionalism, and American political thought and development. His recent publications include: The Idea of Presidential Representation: An Intellectual and Political History (Univer…
 
Black Americans being victimized and killed by the police is an epidemic. As the trial of Derek Chauvin plays out, it's a truth and a trauma many people in the US and around the world are again witnessing first hand. But this tension between African American communities and the police has existed for centuries. This week, the origins of policing in…
 
Hari and Kamau face up to their mistakes before it's too late. And we all learn so much. Rosa Clemente calls bullshit on Puerto Rican statehood—and gives a crash course on the Puerto Rican people’s historic struggle for self-determination. Yasmin Benoit unpacks the basics of asexuality and shares asexual perspectives on libido, attraction, romance,…
 
In this episode we discuss the idea that "I Am Not My Ancestors'', who this narrative might benefit, global black resistance, intergenerational disconnect, collective power, and the power that comes from having a better understanding of the work done by those that came before us! Gather round, fam! The "Who Taught You That?" Podcast was born to com…
 
This week we recommend Rough Translation, a podcast series from NPR that follows familiar conversations into unfamiliar territory. Our new host, FP’s Amy Mackinnon, spoke with Rough Translation host Gregory Warner about the episode “We Don’t Say That” which explores how race is talked about (or not talked about) in France. Learn more about your ad …
 
The second season of The Fine Line w/ Steven Vargas kicks off with a whole 12-episode series, “How We Got Here.” After the Capitol Riots, many people thought it began and ended with Donald Trump. But, it didn’t. It started way back in 1964 with the Republican presidential candidate, Barry Goldwater. His views eventually became the core belief of th…
 
Steven Michael Hlavac Jr sits down with the EMPOWER ticket, one of three campaigns running for the Tri-Executive positions in the University of Colorado Student Government's Spring 2021 Elections. The candidates, Taylor Weinsz, Kavya Kannan, and Ben Capeloto, are running on a platform that puts emphasis on student advocacy, mental health, and commu…
 
Mention of Roe versus Wade can silence conversation or incite heated debate. Candidates campaign on protecting it and getting it overturned. Your opinion of the case can define your politics. Ever since its ruling in 1973, we have told a story about Roe v Wade. But what are the actual facts of the case and what of that infamous opinion still stands…
 
What happens in your body after you get a vaccine? The arrival of the COVID-19 vaccines feels like the first positive mile marker in the pandemic but folks have a lot of questions – How were they developed? How do they work? Is there anything we should worry about? Dr. Peter Hotez has been a leading voice over the last year, lending his expertise i…
 
What can a portrait reveal about the history of colonial British America? Portraits were both deeply personal and yet collaborative artifacts left behind by people of the past. When historians look at multiple portraits created around the same time and place, their similarities can reveal important social connections, trade relationships, or cultur…
 
A recent episode of the Rationally Speaking Podcast featured Originalist Law professor William Baude arguing for why judges should be originalist. Needless to say, it was not a good case and strawman arguments abounded. Andrew is here to give us part 2 of the deep-dive that will set the record straight on why originalism is still bad.…
 
Bob Shapiro is on a mission from God, F. Lee Bailey joins the Dream Team, and we get in our DeLorean to meet two of the most notorious Florida Men of the '60s: Carl Coppolino and Murph the Surf. Digressions include Linda Evangelista, Patty Hearst, "The Commitments" and the upside of peaking in your 50s. Support us: Subscribe on Patreon Donate on Pa…
 
Former White House Press Secretary and Fox News host Dana Perino reflects on her career and offers life lessons. She’s interviewed by Victoria Clarke, former Assistant Defense Secretary for Public Affairs in the George W. Bush Administration. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Rathinavani 90.8 Community Radio | Electoral Literacy Program |Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Election 2021 | Therdhal Paadasaalai - Episode 4 | Documents Required For Voting
 
If you're looking for evidence that Joe Biden is ready and willing to play hardball and not give a shirt about Republican votes, his first batch of judicial nominees are a great example. Andrew breaks down for us why they signal that he isn't messing around! Before that, we discuss the 9th circuit decision Young v. Hawaii about open carry. Links: M…
 
Imagine serving a life sentence in prison for stealing a floor jack from a tow truck? Many of the clients our guest today, Michael Romano, has represented were drug addicts or homeless when they got caught up in California’s Three Strikes law that forced minimum sentences and locked up thousands of nonviolent offenders for 20, 30 years and more. Ro…
 
In this episode David Sklansky, a criminal law expert and former federal prosecutor, discusses his new book A Pattern of Violence: How the Law Classifies Crime and What It Means for Justice, which traces central failures of criminal justice, including mass incarceration and high rates of police violence, to legal ideas about violence—its definition…
 
Rathinavani 90.8 Community Radio | Data Leads | Empowering Communities to Fight Misinformation | Information Access & Photo and Video Verification Our interaction with the digital world and the internet is increasing rapidly. We consume a lot of information online - be it in the form of news, social media or website content or some other digital pl…
 
LaLa B Holston-Zannell invites Hari and Kamau to let go of the shame and have a real conversation about sex work, white supremacy, and why decriminalization is a matter of life and death for trans Black women. Then Ilana Glazer talks about mobilizing young voters during a pandemic, the pros and cons of baby modeling, and how to make a horror movie …
 
In this episode we discuss the idea that "Black Americans Don't Have Culture'', who this narrative might benefit, cultural erasure, cultural roots, and the global impact of black culture. Gather round, fam! The "Who Taught You That?" Podcast was born to combat the crippling social and political impact of historically inaccurate, culturally incompet…
 
Over the past few years a broader conversation around speech has intensified in the United States. It is a conversation about speech, taboo, social justice, power and hierarchy, penalty about what things people can or can't say, should or shouldn't say in what environments, and what censure should attach to that kind of speech. It’s an incredibly t…
 
Rathinavani 90.8 Community Radio | Electoral Literacy Program |Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Election 2021 | Therdhal Paadasaalai - Episode 3 | Apps that Empower Voters | Voter App/ cVigil App/PwD App/ Voter Helpline 1950
 
Have you ever stopped to think about how the United States became a manufacturing nation? Have you ever wondered how the United States developed not just products, but the technologies, knowledge, and machinery necessary to manufacture or produce various products? Lindsay Schakenbach Regele has. Lindsay is an Associate Professor of History at Miami…
 
A recent episode of the Rationally Speaking Podcast featured Originalist Law professor William Baude arguing for why judges should be originalist. Needless to say, it was not a good case and strawman arguments abounded. Andrew is here to give us part 1 of the deep-dive that will set the record straight on why originalism is still bad. Then we've go…
 
James E. Fleming is The Honorable Paul J. Liacos Professor of Law at Boston University School of Law. He writes on constitutional law and constitutional theory and is the author or co-author of five books, including: Fidelity to Our Imperfect Constitution (Oxford University Press, 2015), Ordered Liberty: Rights, Responsibilities, and Virtues (Harva…
 
Rathinavani 90.8 Community Radio | Electoral Literacy Program |Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly Election 2021 | Therdhal Paadasaalai - Episode 2 | Ethical Voting | Independent Voting & Informed Voting Podcast
 
On this week's episode: Jim Crow calls Georgia’s election bill a little blatant ... The Suez canal does its impression of Alex Jones’ colon ... And the American South uses Google to learn about hammer technology. To support our show on Patreon, go here: https://www.patreon.com/skepticrat To hear more from Evil Giraffes on Mars, go here: https://www…
 
Kate Sanner, host of Moving Forward, interviews Dr. Mona Becker who discusses her candidacy for Mayor of Westminster, MD, her plans for making Westminster a sustainable community, her activism in promoting a sustainable, inclusive climate for scientific and technological advancement, and the realities of climate change and how to talk with climate …
 
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