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Infamous America

Black Barrel Media

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Historical True Crime — assassins, gangsters, mobsters and lawmen; manhunts, scandals and unexplained phenomena. Stories of the wildest and darkest chapters of America's past.
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The Cold War, Prohibition, the Gold Rush, the Space Race. Every part of your life - the words you speak, the ideas you share - can be traced to our history, but how well do you really know the stories that made America? We'll take you to the events, the times and the people that shaped our nation. And we'll show you how our history affected them, their families and affects you today. Hosted by Lindsay Graham (not the Senator). From Wondery, the network behind American Scandal, Tides of Histo ...
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Moderated Content from Stanford Law School is podcast content about content moderation, moderated by assistant professor Evelyn Douek. The community standards of this podcast prohibit anything except the wonkiest conversations about the regulation—both public and private—of what you see, hear and do online.
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History! The most exciting and important things that have ever happened on the planet. Powerful kings, warrior queens, nomads, empires and expeditions. Historian Dan Snow and his expert guests bring all these stories to life and more in a daily dose of history. Join Dan as he digs into the past to make sense of the headlines and get up close to the biggest discoveries being made around the world today, as they happen. If you want to get in touch with the podcast, you can email us at ds.hh@hi ...
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The Socially Unacceptable Podcast covers everything in marketing and PR but with a unique twist. Instead of celebrating the awards and wins, we delve into those difficult moments and discover what brand founders and marketers did in the terrifying face of adversity. Our hosts, Chris Norton, founder of www.prohibitionpr.co.uk, a UK Top Ten PR agency, and business partner Will Ockenden, together have more than 40 years of digital marketing experience, and they uncover the untold stories of tho ...
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RED CUP RANTS

Strictly Prohibited Network

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This network provides the latest sports news for NFL, NBA, UFC, MLB and NHL. WE have variety shows coming soon. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/redcuprants/support
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My name is Zev Asch; welcome to The Entrepreneur Next Door Podcast YouTube channel. I've spent my entire career in what I call "the trenches of small business and entrepreneurship." - three decades as a successful corporate marketing executive in small and family-owned businesses, an academic career as a Graduate Marketing Professor & Director of Entrepreneurship & Leadership at Touro University Graduate School of Business, and over a decade as a business transformation coach. As an avid pod ...
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Tales from the Hill

Heaven Hill Distillery

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Heaven Hill Distillery has been distilling and patiently aging American Whiskey for more than eight decades. Now, it's time to share the stories behind those whiskeys and the people who make them on "Tales from the Hill." Must be 21+ to listen.
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A teenager in Prohibition Chicago, haunted by disasters, breaks all his childhood vows of clean living and becomes a minor hoodlum. When he tries to recapture his dreams with a feisty former classmate, she says first quit the mob. He discovers that one doesn't just quit the mob and live to tell about it; he must find another way out.
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A fortunate son and failed lawyer turned failed banker turned struggling stockbroker inexplicably marries well, crosses paths with Al Capone and determines, as his crowning achievement, to reform Capone and introduce him into polite society, of which he is its most marginal member. This mission, which Capone endorses while systematically murdering his competitors, and then his allies, poses one question. Is Capone ready for reform?
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UNBIASED

Jordan Is My Lawyer

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Finally, an unbiased news source. If you miss how journalism used to be, you're in the right place. Every Tuesday and Friday, Jordan recaps current affairs and the law in an impartial, fact-based manner. As a law school graduate and licensed attorney, she uses her knowledge of the law to explain the harder-to-understand legal concepts like constitutional rights, Supreme Court opinions, etc. By the time you're done listening to each episode, you'll feel caught up, informed and empowered. And ...
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Freethought Radio

Freedom From Religion Foundation

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A weekly show, broadcast live from Madison, Wis., on 92.1 FM, Saturdays 11 a.m. to 12 noon. Hosted by Dan Barker and Annie Laurie Gaylor, co-presidents, Freedom From Religion Foundation. Slightly irreverent views, news, music and interviews.
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Everything we eat has a story to tell. What does our food say about who we are, where we come from, and about the way we live? How does it help us connect with neighbors and understand foreign cultures? Aside from being delicious, why do we care so much about food? We take a look into the world’s pantry and come back with incredible stories. In each episode, Mediterranean lifestyle expert Claudia Hanna travels the globe to offer savory (and sound-rich) stories of how much food means and has ...
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Revisited

FRANCE 24 English

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We return to places which have been in the news – often a long time ago, sometimes recently – to see how local people are rebuilding their lives. Sunday at 9:10pm. Or you can catch it online from Friday.
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A weekly Podcast, inspiring you to live the life you were created to live, and helping you overcome the obstacles that prohibit you; with informative programming from a variety of themes including health, relationships, family life, spirituality and more.
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Macrodosing is a twice weekly macrodose of knowledge on topics ranging anywhere from your favorite conspiracy theory to deep dives on historical events. With PFT Commenter and Arian Foster at the helm of their cast of characters, the only criteria for this podcast is that we tickle your brain. You can find every episode of this show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or YouTube. Prime Members can listen ad-free on Amazon Music. For more, visit barstool.link/macrodosing
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The EXTRAVAGANZA! is a one-night wrestling/reenactment event celebrating the competition of professional wrestling as it was presented at the turn-of-the-20th century. Taking place in Norwalk, Ohio, we’re focused on providing family-friendly wrestling entertainment in a new and exciting way. www.oldewrestling.com
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The Grow House Podcast

Liz Grow & Patrick Pope

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Cannabis Activists & enthusiasts Liz Grow & Patrick Pope are serving up the latest in Cannabis news, culture, business, & politics from behind enemy lines in Texas and all over the country with their friends in truly HIGH places. Produced by Grow House Media
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You know when you can’t sleep at night so you Google everything about deep sea diving? Things I Learned Last Night (TILLN) is that, but in a podcast. Check us out on Spotify, Apple, or wherever else you get your podcasts
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Historically High

Historically High

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A dive into historical topics from an elevated perspective. New episodes will be out every Wednesday. Find us on our socials:@Historicallyhi on Twitter @historicallyhighpod on Instagram. Don't forget to like, rate, subscribe, and let your friends know what they are missing.
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Walter Edgar's Journal

South Carolina Public Radio

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From books to barbecue, and current events to Colonial history, historian and author Walter Edgar delves into the arts, culture, and history of South Carolina and the American South. Produced by South Carolina Public Radio.
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Behind The Still

Behind the Still

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We scour the U.S. to interview the owners of unique distilleries with the best stories. We believe every whiskey tells a story, and the story comes out in the taste. From a bootlegging grandma in Iowa to whiskey made in the desert in Texas.
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Cheeky Tales

Aaron Payne and John Savage

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Looking for something to keep your mind off the tedium of everyday life? Need a story to share over a beer with a mate? Hosts Aaron and John share a new story each fortnight, with obscure, weird, and under appreciated stories from around the world, hopefully with a few laughs in between.
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The 18th Amendment, which made it illegal to manufacture, sell, or transport alcohol, went into effect on January 17th, 1920. This led to 13 years of organized crime, corruption, and much bloodshed across the land, as well as what we now refer to as the Roaring ‘20’s. Due to the fortunate failed attempt at prohibition, there was an explosion of Americans developing their own recipes for beer and liquor. We want to praise those early companies that made it through the era and cheer those who ...
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IEA Publications

Institute of Economic Affairs

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The Institute of Economic Affairs Publications podcast presents a selection of peer reviewed research publications from the UK’s leading free market think tank. The IEA’s comprehensive programme of books, papers and briefings – featuring IEA staff, leading academics and Nobel Prize winners – provides the intellectual framework for all the Institute’s activities. Now you can listen to the entire publications in audio form. Subscribe for regular updates as more are released over time.
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Animal Law

Mariann Sullivan, Law Professor, Pundit, Vegan

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Join Animal Law professor and longtime activist Mariann Sullivan as she unpacks the latest updates, cases, and news from the burgeoning world of animal law. Mariann will be joined by the leaders in the field, and will offer her own insightful (and sometimes biting) commentary. An Our Hen House podcast.
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Cannabis Nurse Truths is the voice of reason in a bureaucracy of nonsense. Dr. Denise Foster, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE is a nationally-recognized expert on the medicinal use of cannabis. She teaches doctors, nurses and other educators in its use in modern medicine. We talk about all things cannabis and highlight the research that continues to indicate that cannabis is medicine. New episodes every Wednesday!
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Dear Yid! Welcome to our Daily Halacha audio podcast from shulchanaruchharav.com. You are joined by thousands of others in our various feeds and audiences to help enrich your knowledge of practical Halacha in all areas of Shulchan Aruch, for men, women, layman and scholar alike! The Halacha includes a highly researched practical topic in Jewish law, clearly summarized and footnoted, expressing the variant opinions in the Poskim. Please encourage others to join, and help spread daily Torah le ...
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Cannabis Nurse Truths is the voice of reason in a bureaucracy of nonsense. Dr. Denise Foster, PhD, MSN, RN, CNE is a nationally-recognized expert on the medicinal use of cannabis. She teaches doctors, nurses and other educators in its use in modern medicine. We talk about all things cannabis and highlight the research that continues to indicate tha…
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1. DEEP DIVE: Supreme Court to Decide Whether States Can Ban Social Media Censorship of Opposing Viewpoints (1:08) 2. QUICK HITTERS: Air Force Member Sets Self on Fire Outside Israel Embassy in DC (18:54); Republican National Committee Chair and Co-Chair to Step Down Following South Carolina Primary (19:56); Donald Trump Wins South Carolina Primary…
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Become a Patron and Get Early Access to Ad-Free Episodes: https://www.patreon.com/tillnpodcast The history of alcohol consumption in America is a fascinating one, full of cultural shifts, criminal enterprises, and larger-than-life characters. In the early days of America, alcohol was an integral part of daily life and work. People drank constantly …
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A century ago, the "manufacture, sale or transportation, importation or exportation" of alcohol was strictly forbidden across the United States, a policy that left an indelible mark. Nine decades after the end of the Prohibition era, which lasted from 1920 to 1933, some states and towns in the United States still remain "alcohol-free". Our correspo…
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This week we talk about Christian nationalism, leaving the Mormon Church, and religion in the classroom. After listening to part of our TV interview with Rep. Jared Huffman about the theocratic Speaker of the House, we talk with historian Robin Vose, author of The Index of Prohibited Books: Four Centuries of Struggle Over Word and Image for the Gre…
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We are joined by scholar Benjamin Fong to discuss his excellent new book Quick Fixes: Drugs in America from Prohibition to the 21st Century Binge. We discuss the history of drug policy, the role of the state in enforcing and distributing drugs, and we focus on the history of alcohol, opioids, psychedelics and marijuana. We conclude with a conversat…
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In this shiur, delivered in Sharfman's, Rav Burg explains (based on a sicha from the Lubavitcher Rebbe) why Shaatnez is sometimes permitted, why Kilyaim is never permitted and why we might have thought that milk and meat would be permissible for the eating of Kodshim. Ultimately, in the times of Mashiach, one will be allowed to eat milk and meat to…
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On 17 January 1920, the 18th Amendment came into effect in the United States. It made the manufacture, sale and transportation of 'intoxicating liquor' illegal. Sarah Churchwell is BACK to explore the realities of the roaring twenties with Don. Why was alcohol banned? How did prohibition become federal law? And why would the US government have pois…
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Hey there fellow true crime enthusiasts! Pour yourself a drink, and join us as we discuss the 1930 Prohibition Raids in Corry, PA. After prohibition started in 1920, the people of Corry, PA banned together to run a lucrative bootlegging operation. This small town made it an entire decade before a local Methodist Minister put an end to the good time…
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Following in the footsteps of explorer Hiram Bingham, Dan embarks on an incredible adventure through the cloud forest of the Andes to reveal the mysteries of Machu Picchu and the mighty Inca civilization. In this series he takes listeners to Peru's city in the clouds, chronicling the way this extraordinary citadel was unveiled to the world at the t…
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This is an audiobook version of the Institute of Economic Affairs publication 'Harvest time: Why the UK should unleash the power of gene editing', by Cameron English. The full publication can be read at: https://iea.org.uk/publications/harvest-time-why-the-uk-should-unleash-the-power-of-gene-editing/ This audiobook was read by Cormac Diamond.…
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Vanessa Shakib joins me once again, and this time, we will be discussing litigation brought by her client, White Coat Waste Project, about a really extraordinary situation at the National Institutes of Health. As you probably know, the NIH funds massive, massive amounts of research on animals. What you may not know is that much of that research doe…
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After more than two months in captivity, Patty Hearst emerges from the shadows and helps the SLA rob a bank in northern California. The public is shocked to see images of the former college student who now looks like an armed revolutionary. A radio station receives a recording in which Patty proclaims her transformation is complete: she is an avowe…
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In December 1850, Harriet Tubman saved three family members from an auction block in a daring rescue in Cambridge, Maryland. It was the start of one of the most legendary careers in the annals of the Underground Railroad. Underground activists like Tubman faced enormous danger under the newly passed Fugitive Slave Act. But they refused to accept a …
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A childhood dream is realized as Professor Adam goes through the history of the WWE. From humble beginnings and multiple McMahons, the WWE grew to a multi-billion dollar empire. The brightest moments were matched by some very dark times. The WWE is celebrating it's 40th Wrestlemania this year. A Steriods trial, tons of scandals, and the Monday Nigh…
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Life in Tudor England was risky. In addition to the outbreaks of plague, the threat of poverty and the dangers of childbirth, there were social risks - of not fitting in, of social death. How was a person supposed to behave? And what were the dangers involved? In this episode of Not Just the Tudors, Professor Suzannah Lipscomb finds out about the a…
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Host Intro: Fines and penalties would increase for distracted driving that resulted in someone dying, under a proposal heard Tuesday by a legislative committee. And lawmakers continued to debate abolishing the state’s inheritance tax. From the Capitol, Fred Knapp of Nebraska Public Media News has this legislative update:…
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A pregnancy-related death is when a person dies during pregnancy– or within a year after the pregnancy due to complications or pre-existing conditions. In some Midwest states, maternal mortality rates are higher than the national average. As Nebraska Public Media’s Kassidy Arena/ KBIA’s Anna Spidel report for the Midwest Newsroom, the data on Hispa…
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Hey there fellow true crime enthusiasts! Pour yourself a drink, and join us as we discuss The Bike Path Murders in Buffalo, NY. Altemio Sanchez was an Amerian serial killer who was active from 1975 to 2006. While he only claimed the lives of 3 women, he was also a prolific serial rapist. We will talk about the crimes, the man falsely incarcerated f…
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In this episode, join our hosts as they embark on a colorful journey through the world of sports uniforms. From the vibrant hues of college teams to the iconic shades of professional athletes, no jersey color goes unscrutinized as they meticulously rank the best of the best. But that's not all - we discuss covering a range of topics, including the …
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Ever wondered how the digital marketing landscape continually evolves and what it takes to stay ahead? Prepare to gain invaluable insights as we sit down with Gerry White, the VP for Growth at Mirador, whose knowledge in SEO and analytics is extensive. From the juicy details of SEO controversies to the progression of a web design enthusiast to an i…
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On the 19th of May, 1919, an Ottoman general stepped ashore at the Black Sea port city of Samsun. This marked the beginning of the Turkish War of Independence, and ultimately the end of the Ottoman Empire. The man's name was Mustafa Kemal, the soldier, statesman and reformer who would create the Republic of Turkey out of the rubble, and become its …
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Leading up to the death of Kevin Carter at the Nebraska State Penitentiary in Lincoln, Angelo Bol allegedly threatened his cellmate's life. They remained in the same cell. That’s among the many accusations filed in federal court this month alleging negligence by former and current Nebraska Department of Correctional Services employees. Former direc…
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A group of gun owners and the City of Lincoln will square off in Lancaster County District Court to argue whether there can be limits on carrying guns in parks and government buildings. Similiar restrictions put in place by Omaha's mayor have temporarily been put on hold by another judge.By Nebraska Public Media
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Run, Kick, Tackle, Chip, Chase, Grubber, Try, Court Case? This week Sean gets us ready for the new NRL season by taking Aaron and John through the tale of Super League. How did the Australian Rugby League community get so fractured it split off into two rival leagues? Why is it always Newscorp? What does a random train have to do with it? All these…
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Experts in media, election security and counterterrorism spoke on ChatGPT, deep fake videos, voice cloning and more at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Saturday for Civic Nebraska’s AI and Democracy Community Summit. The panel included UNL public relations professor Bryan Wang, UNL journalism professor Matt Waite, Douglas County Election Commissi…
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Abraham Lincoln began his life in a log cabin in Kentucky, the son of poor pioneers. He would end it as President of the United States, having steered the Union through the turbulent years of civil war. Dan is joined by Adam Smith, Professor of US Politics & Political History at the University of Oxford and host of the podcast The Last Best Hope. A…
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1. DEEP DIVE: Alabama Supreme Court Says Embryos Are Children for Purposes of Wrongful Death (1:27) 2. QUICK HITTERS: New NYC Pilot Program Offers Pre-Paid Debit Cards to Migrants (15:13); Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Killer's Double Jeopardy Defense (17:17); Supreme Court Declines High School Admissions Policy Case (19:14); Delta Offers Flight …
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A proposal to allow exceptions to Nebraska’s limits on abortion in cases of fatal fetal anomalies produced strong reactions at a public hearing Thursday. And, senators advanced a bill enhancing penalties for people who supply fentanyl-laced drugs that kill or seriously injure another person.By Nebraska Public Media
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