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Join Robert Edward Grant & Exclusive Guests as they explore time-worthy topics, from Current Issues, Science, Philosophy, and more, from a unique polymathic perspective. Robert continues to connect with incredible individuals throughout his successful career, relentless personal ambition, and passion for learning, helping shape who he is today. He believes that when we approach life’s most challenging questions, we can find the answers but must expand our perspectives, but to do so, we need ...
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Higher Ed Now

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Higher Ed Now is a production of the American Council of Trustees and Alumni. It is a podcast concerning issues and policy in America's higher education system.
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CBS gives the microphone to the audience in this daily commentary where writers, newsmakers, soldiers, teachers - anyone, really - get to sound off, thoughtfully...with no editing and no holds barred. - freeSpeech: Rep. John Lewis
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CBS gives the microphone to the audience in this daily commentary where writers, newsmakers, soldiers, teachers - anyone, really - get to sound off, thoughtfully...with no editing and no holds barred. - freeSpeech: Rep. John Lewis
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How to Fix the Internet

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The internet is broken—but it doesn’t have to be. If you’re concerned about how surveillance, online advertising, and automated content moderation are hurting us online and offline, the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s How to Fix the Internet podcast offers a better way forward. EFF has been defending your rights online for over thirty years and is behind many of the biggest digital rights protections since the invention of the internet. Through curious conversations with some of the leading ...
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Every two weeks, join us on Voices of Freedom for thought-provoking conversations on issues impacting our freedom and America’s founding principles, with particular emphasis on free speech, educational freedom, and free enterprise. Voices of Freedom features Rick Graber, President of The Bradley Foundation, talking to remarkable individuals within the Bradley community, including grantees, Bradley Prize winners, and more. Our focus on these areas reflects the intent of the foundation’s names ...
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Jovan Hutton Pulitzer

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This account expresses my 1st Amendment Right of #FreeSpeech Google Scholar https://bit.ly/2RGL4vx www.JovanHuttonPulitzer.org www.Twitter.com/JovanHPulitzer www.Instagram.com/JovanHuttonPulitzer www.Facebook.com/jovanhuttonpulitzer
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Talk Tripe

David Anastasion

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Hosted by David Anastasion, a weekly program selecting stories and interviews from real people and sometimes robots. Nothing and no one is off-limits. Upcoming episodes will provide you with tips, tricks, pranks, prizes, new music, and other things that make life great. Along with some upbeat news and reviews on everything. We also accept submissions of every kind. So promote your own creativity by calling-in or submitting something to us.
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Why the Left and the Right should have a few drinks and talk. An experienced professional who spent years working public policy matters at the local, state and federal level talks about how our system is malfunctioning and the simple solutions that we need to employ to fix it.
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This Week in Free Speech is your weekly deep dive into the most cutting-edge global developments affecting the most important of human rights: freedom of expression. Each week your host Jacob Mchangama invites a guest with particular relevance or expertise to discuss a hot topic with global relevance for free speech, whether online or offline. Jacob Mchangama is the executive director of the Future of Free Speech Project, research professor at Vanderbilt University author of the critically a ...
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THE METAL HAND OF GOD ( MHOG ) podcast is a twice weekly no holds barred pop culture, comedy, music, and just about whatever the hosts think is interesting and want to talk about kind of show. Your hosts, Wayne and Rum come at you twice a week with news, guests and their surreal lives. Political Correctness is a disease. MHOG is the cure.
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Comedian, Life Coach, and curious student of life, JP Sears shares connected conversations with high level, inspiring, authentic, wickedly fascinating guests. Just being himself on the show, JP combines the humor that’s garnered him over 300 million online video views with his insight from over 15 years of being a life coach. This injection of empowerment will help you overcome challenges, uplevel your thinking, find more passion and purpose, and leave you entertainedAF! Ask your doctor if t ...
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Maddie for President is a weekly #video #podcast focused on empowering kids to become capable, confident and courageous citizens in a culture of consumerism filled with chickenhearted people. We talk about everything you wish you learned about life, love, and discipline — including money. It's all from the perspective of a brilliant beautiful two-year-old girl growing up in Houston Texas with her big brother, Caleb. Maddie and Caleb are never afraid to exercise their American Right to #FreeS ...
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The College Debates and Discourse (CD&D) Alliance has launched more than 300 Braver Angels debates and workshops engaging at least 11,000 students at colleges and universities across the nation. At the center of the CD&D model is a highly collaborative approach that engages student and faculty leaders on each campus. In this episode of Higher Ed No…
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In this "Think Tank" episode, Robert hosts actress and wellness enthusiast Michelle Argyris. They discuss Michelle's acting career and her transformative experiences with psychedelics, particularly mushrooms. Michelle shares how her initial hesitation became a profound journey that helped her confront deep-seated fears and anxieties, ultimately shi…
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In this episode of "Think Tank," Robert welcomes Charles Eisenstein, an acclaimed public speaker, teacher, and author known for his profound insights into civilization, economics, spirituality, and ecology. The episode begins with Robert recalling their first meeting at Aubrey Marcus's Arcadia event, setting the stage for a deep and engaging conver…
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The Supreme Court term is over. We review its First Amendment cases. Joining the show are FIRE Chief Counsel Bob Corn-Revere, FIRE General Counsel Ronnie London, and Institute for Justice Deputy Legal Director Robert McNamara. Become a FIRE Member today and gain access to live monthly webinars where you can ask questions of FIRE staff. The next web…
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ACTA's president, Michael B. Poliakoff, and vice president of policy, Bradley Jackson, engage scholar, author and Professor Emeritus of Michigan State University, William B. Allen in candid conversation about his lifelong love of books and learning, the Founders, the philosophical thought leaders whose seminal works cut a path for the emergence of …
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Join Robert as he sits down with the visionary Klee Irwin in this captivating episode of "Think Tank." Dive deep into the intricacies of spirals, logarithmic patterns, and the underlying geometry of the universe as they explore the connections between natural phenomena and mathematical constants. Klee Irwin, the founder of the Quantum Gravity Resea…
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The early internet had a lot of “technological self-determination" — you could opt out of things, protect your privacy, control your experience. The problem was that it took a fair amount of technical skill to exercise that self-determination. But what if it didn’t? What if the benefits of online privacy, security, interoperability, and free speech…
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There is a movement afoot to restrict young people’s access to social media and pornography. Critics of social media and online porn argue that they can be harmful to minors, and states across the country are taking up the cause, considering laws that would impose age-verification, curfews, parental opt-ins, and other restrictions. Meanwhile, criti…
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In this transformative episode of Think Tank, Robert welcomes the renowned author and spiritual teacher Sahara Rose. Together, they delve into profound topics that traverse the realms of consciousness, healing, and personal growth. The conversation begins with Sahara recounting her recent journeys and the deep insights gained from her experiences w…
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It is said that censorship is the strongest drive in human nature — with sex being a weak second. But what happens when these two primordial drives clash? Does censorship or sex win out? Nadine Strossen is a professor emerita at New York Law School, a former president of the ACLU, and a senior fellow at FIRE. She is also the author of “Defending Po…
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Join Robert on this engaging "Think Tank" episode as he sits down with the hilarious and insightful Brent Pella. In this lively conversation, Brent shares his journey of blending spirituality and comedy, inspired by his unique upbringing and personal experiences. They dive into the importance of laughter in navigating the complexities of life and t…
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Artificial intelligence will neither solve all our problems nor likely destroy the world, but it could help make our lives better if it’s both transparent enough for everyone to understand and available for everyone to use in ways that augment us and advance our goals — not for corporations or government to extract something from us and exert power…
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ACTA President Michael Poliakoff interviews Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center and professor of law at George Washington University Law School. In this vibrant conversation, they explore Dr. Rosen’s new book, The Pursuit of Happiness: How Classical Writers on Virtue Inspired the Lives of the Founders and Defined Am…
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Join us for a captivating episode of Think Tank as Robert welcomes the esteemed Dr. Robert Gilbert. Dr. Gilbert has a diverse background in both spiritual and scientific studies. A former U.S. Marine Corps Instructor in Nuclear-Biological-Chemical Warfare Survival, he has since dedicated himself to independent research on the geometric basis of mod…
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Did 26 words from an American law passed in 1996 create the internet? Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act says that interactive websites and applications cannot be held legally liable for the content posted on their sites by their users. Without the law, it’s likely Facebook, Amazon, Reddit, Yelp, and X wouldn’t exist — at least not in th…
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In this enlightening episode of Think Tank, Robert sits down with the renowned mind architect Peter Crone. Peter shares his transformative insights on transcending the illusion of limitations and discovering one's divine nature. Dive deep into a conversation that explores the concept of victimhood, the importance of self-love, and the profound jour…
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Collaging, remixing, sampling—art always has been more than the sum of its parts, a synthesis of elements and ideas that produces something new and thought-provoking. Technology has enabled and advanced this enormously, letting us access and manipulate information and images in ways that would’ve been unimaginable just a few decades ago. For Nettri…
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On today’s episode, Higher Ed Now producer Doug Sprei interviews Jennifer Keohane, associate professor in the Klein Family School of Communications Design at the University of Baltimore, and Justin Eckstein, associate professor of communication at Pacific Lutheran University. Both of these remarkable professors advise and support the College Debate…
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Aaron Abke, a spiritual teacher with a unique journey from Christianity to expansive spirituality, shares his insights on the Think Tank Podcast. As a pastor's son, Aaron's shift was driven by his profound connection to Jesus and the discord between his beliefs and church teachings. Their conversation traverses Aaron's evolution, including his pass…
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The First Amendment forbids government censorship. Private institutions, on the other hand, are generally free to restrict speech. How should we think about private censorship and its role within a liberal society? On today’s episode, we’re joined by J.P. Messina, an assistant professor in the philosophy department at Purdue University and the auth…
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In this captivating episode, Robert, joined by guest expert Veda Austin, delves into the fascinating world of water's transformative powers and scientific mysteries. Veda, a multifaceted water researcher, speaker, mother, artist, and writer, has spent a decade capturing the essence of water through her photography. She regards water as a manifestat…
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From Napster to YouTube, some of the most important and controversial uses of the internet have been about building community: connecting people all over the world who share similar interests, tastes, views, and concerns. Big corporations try to co-opt and control these communities, and politicians often promote scary narratives about technology’s …
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An Interview with William Barclay Allen America’s founders are revered for creating a structure of governance that values individual rights and promotes human flourishing. Nearly 250 years after they took the first steps toward creating a more perfect union by drafting and adopting the US Constitution, the nation continues to be a beacon of hope an…
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In this episode, Jason Shurka, a dedicated spiritual guide from Long Island, New York, joins Robert as they delve into scalar waves and their potential applications in health and healing. Jason discusses his journey from a successful real estate career to philanthropy and founding UNIFYD World, a visionary organization to expand collective consciou…
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An Interview with Jay Bhattacharya Four years ago this past March, America followed the direction of public health officials and went into lockdown mode due to the emergence of Covid-19. Yet by the fall of 2020, it became clear to some in the medical community that the soundest approach to the pandemic was to let healthy individuals resume daily li…
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On May 1, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Antisemitism Awareness Act by a vote of 320 to 91. Proponents of the law say it is necessary to address anti-Semitic discrimination on college campuses. Opponents argue it threatens free speech. Who’s right? Kenneth Stern was the lead drafter of the definition of anti-Semitism used in the act. …
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In this episode of Think Tank, Robert hosts Randall Carlson, a master builder, geometrician, architectural designer, teacher, and "renegade scholar." With over forty years of studying ancient mythology and modern science, Carlson has been recognized by the National Science Teachers Association for his commitment to science education. His career inc…
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Blind and low-vision people have experienced remarkable gains in information literacy because of digital technologies, like being able to access an online library offering more than 1.2 million books that can be translated into text-to-speech or digital Braille. But it can be a lot harder to come by an accessible map of a neighborhood they want to …
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Interview with Samuel Gregg America’s entrepreneurial spirit is part of what defines its national character. Americans celebrate the notion that one can build a business from the ground up by virtue of sheer determination and perseverance, whether it’s a neighborhood ice cream shop or a global auto company. This zeal for free enterprise quickly cat…
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Host Nico Perrino joins his FIRE colleagues Will Creeley and Alex Morey to answer questions about the recent campus unrest and its First Amendment implications. Timestamps 0:00 Introduction 0:41 What is FIRE?/campus unrest 5:44 What are the basic First Amendment principles for campus protest? 11:30 Student encampments 18:09 Exceptions to the First …
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In this episode, Robert is joined by Alan Green, a polymath with music, literature, and Shakespeare expertise. Their dialogue delves into their friendship and collaborative journey, which was sparked by a shared interest in the mystical and grew over six years into a deep exploration of universal mysteries and consciousness expansion. They discuss …
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Immediately after she delivered an electrifying keynote speech at Pacific Lutheran University's Wang Symposium on March 7, 2024, ACTA's Doug Sprei interviewed Monica Guzman, the best-selling author of I Never Thought of It That Way: How to Have Fearlessly Curious Conversations in Dangerously Divided Times. Ms. Guzman's influential work in the civil…
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In America, hate speech is generally protected by the First Amendment. But should it be? Today’s guest is out with a new book, “Hate Speech is Not Free: The Case Against First Amendment Protection.” W. Wat Hopkins is emeritus professor of communication at Virginia Tech, where he taught communication law and cyberspace law. Transcript of Interview: …
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Darryl Anka, renowned for his four-decade journey channeling an extraterrestrial entity named, Bashar, discusses how he discovered his ability to channel and introduces the significant impact Bashar plays in his worldview and spiritual teachings. Robert and Darryl explore the connections between ancient and extraterrestrial civilizations, the natur…
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If you buy something—a refrigerator, a car, a tractor, a wheelchair, or a phone—but you can't have the information or parts to fix or modify it, is it really yours? The right to repair movement is based on the belief that you should have the right to use and fix your stuff as you see fit, a philosophy that resonates especially in economically tryin…
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Interview with Allen Guelzo What would Lincoln do? Leaders and historians often ask this question when America is in a time of crisis. It’s understandable, considering Lincoln’s extraordinary leadership during the darkest and most fragile period in the country’s history. Today, our nation confronts a vast array of serious challenges that threaten t…
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In this episode, Robert welcomes Alex Ferrari, a distinguished podcaster, author, consultant, and award-winning filmmaker with a quarter-century of experience in the film industry. Alex delves into his transformative journey from filmmaking to podcasting, inspired by "The 4-Hour Work Week" by Tim Ferriss. He shares insights into his shift towards p…
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In late 2013, some of us at FIRE started noticing a change on college campuses. Students, who were previously the strongest constituency for free speech on campus, were turning against free speech. They began appealing to administrators more frequently for protection from different speakers and using the language of trauma and safety to justify cen…
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