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Reasonable Doubt

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Reasonable Doubt

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World-renowned criminal defense lawyer Mark Geragos reveals the latest in our nation's most high-profile legal cases with podcast king Adam Carolla. In addition to examining how current law affects society, current events are brought to the forefront, as Geragos brings significant details from past and present experiences. Geragos has made notable marks on the legal system while representing Scott Peterson, Michael Jackson, Susan McDougal, Colin Kaepernick and more.
 
There’s a reason the History Channel has produced hundreds of documentaries about Hitler but only a few about Dwight D. Eisenhower. Bad guys (and gals) are eternally fascinating. Behind the Bastards dives in past the Cliffs Notes of the worst humans in history and exposes the bizarre realities of their lives. Listeners will learn about the young adult novels that helped Hitler form his monstrous ideology, the founder of Blackwater’s insane quest to build his own Air Force, the bizarre lives ...
 
Trust in the media is at an all-time low. And there’s a reason—endless virtue signaling and manufactured outrage. Finally, there’s an alternative. Morning Wire is presented by Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief, John Bickley, and co-host Georgia Howe. Get daily coverage of the latest developments in politics, culture, education, sports, and more. Wake up with Morning Wire and get the facts first on the news you need to know.
 
The 35th reason podcast is passionate Chicago lifestyle talk. Keep in mind no topic is off limits. We discuss news, statistics and personal opinions. Bringing entertainment and laughs. Hosted by Alan and Mike.Check out our all our social media pages TikTok: The_35th_Reason_Podcast Instagram: The35threasonpodcast YouTube: The 35th Reason Podcast
 
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Reasonably Shady

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Reasonably Shady

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Join two of the stars from Real Housewives of Potomac, Gizelle Bryant and Robyn Dixon, as they team up for their new podcast Reasonably Shady. The show features conversations about being fearless women as they recount stories from their exciting lives. Topics include dating, relationships, marriage, entrepreneurs, motherhood, style, glam, current events and more! Join Gizelle and Robyn for Reasonably Shady!
 
The powerful influence of Celebrities, Music, Movies and Social Media will drive the traditions and norms of modern society. Sanctified Reason with Sonn Eidem and Dan Delzell discuss the Crossroads of Faith and Pop Culture. Join us as we talk about the stories and social issues that affect society today. Also on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, IHeart Radio and on our website at RadioWarp.com
 
You can’t say anything any more - and here to prove it is Harriet Langley-Swindon, with a round of all the best bits of her weekly radio show on a national network that can’t be named for legal reasons. Absolutely Non-Censored [subs please check capitalisation and hyphen] from beginning to end, with all the rubbish edited out. Each week, Harriet will chat through the segments with producer Martin, and we’ll be getting a Hot & Spicy Take Of The Week from resident comedian Eshaan Akbar who was ...
 
Array of Hope presents A Reason for Hope, a podcast that explores the Catholic Faith and the teachings of their patron St. John Paul II in a way that is fun, relevant, and engaging. Join Mario Costabile and Dr. David Hajduk each week, in addition to special notable guests, for an audio journey aimed to inform, inspire, and awaken hearts.
 
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Gizelle and Robyn discuss renovations, Robyn’s news, Ye’s new wife, Beyoncé in Dubai, MLK’s Boston statue, Nelly, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Larsa Pippen, Gizelle’s “apology” and more! -MLK statue story: https://youtu.be/ArXGxq8K42k +Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ReasonablyShady +Get in touch with the show: whatsup (at) reasonablyshady (dot) com || Keep …
 
CANDID - Is Beauty in the Eye of the Beholder?: Alanis, Jack, Jimmy, and Ryan enter a deep discussion on the transcendentals; in particular, the quality of beauty. They consider the differences between worldly beauty and Godly Beauty, and try to answer a difficult question—is beauty in the eye of the beholder? -- Visit our website: https://arrayofh…
 
Hello! This week on Reasons to be Cheerful Ed and Geoff are Going Out Out and talking about the night-time economy: generally everything that happens between 6pm and 6am. At the end of 2022, iconic Manchester venue ‘Night & Day’ was threatened with closure over a noise complaint. We talk about why this example represents a wider crisis in city nigh…
 
Mark and Gary link up for their Sunday BARD tradition and give a brief preview of the cases we plan to cover once Adam joins us later this week before giving an update on the Alex Murdaugh trial, specifically highlighting what those in the community think the outcome should be.Watch Beyond A Reasonable Doubt and all Reasonable Doubt video content o…
 
In response to a recent video where Andy Stanley of North Point Community Church affirms gay Christians in the church, Chris and Rich discuss the video and the biblical understanding of what makes someone a Christian. Show Links: Rich's Interview on A Word Fitly Spoken Article - Such Were Some of You Andy Stanley Video Ryan Visconti Twitter Thread …
 
Today on RTP — Today, a listener asks if Christians should stop saying exclamatory things entirely for fear it might be construed as Christian profanity. Then, are accountability partners even helpful? In the aftershow, we talk slapping competitions and masculinity. >>> Aftershow available for Elite Patrons only. Don’t miss out — Become an Elite Pa…
 
Al Fadi and Dr Jay continue their discussion from last time on Shoemaker book Creating the Quran. This time they reveal the names of two scholars that were responsible for censoring what can be said about the Quran and Islam: 1. Wilfred Cantrell Smith; he gave the approach of how scholars should deal with Islamic material. He concluded that if any …
 
Join Fazale “Fuz” Rana and David Block in a lively conversation about God’s artistry as witnessed in his creation in this special episode of Stars, Cells, and God. Astronomer Dr. David Block and biochemist Dr. Fuz Rana make the case that God is an artist through a far-ranging conversation about the beautiful images coming from the James Webb Space …
 
On January 26, economists Lawrence H. White and Frederic Mishkin debated the resolution, "Replacing the Federal Reserve with free market institutions would significantly improve the economy's money, banking, and financial systems." The debate was held at New York City's Sheen Center and hosted by The Soho Forum, which receives fiscal sponsorship fr…
 
Greg answers questions from callers about visions of Mary, the biblical view of yoga, how we can know Hosea 11:1 is really a prophecy about Jesus, and whether people are misusing prophecies about earlier events to make a case for Jesus. Topics: Do you have any insight on why Mary reveals herself to people through visions rather than Jesus? (03:00) …
 
Join Boogie and Mike W/ Special guest Goose from Coach heads podcast!!! This episode is a must listen. Be prepared to laugh and deep dive into sox talk. Do not forget to join The Goon Squad@ http://twitch.tv/the_35th_reason_reason_pod http://youtube.com/The35thReasonPodcast http://instagram.com/The35threasonpodcast http://tiktok.com/@The_35th_Reaso…
 
Gay men’s choruses have a rich history that stretches back to San Francisco in the 1970’s. Kevin Schattenkirk-Harbaugh is a longtime member of a gay men’s chorus and he says it was one of the first spaces where he truly felt like he belonged. And: David Trouille embedded himself in a community of Latino immigrants who regularly played park soccer i…
 
"Brown v. Board of Ed ultimately was never about black kids getting into a white school. It was always about ultimately a parent being able to decide where their children should attend school," Virginia Lt. Gov. Winsome Earle-Sears tells me in today's Reason Interview podcast. She is one of the driving forces behind a new bill that would create so-…
 
In this episode of Reasonably Spiritual, we dive into the intersection of reason and spirituality, exploring how these seemingly separate concepts are deeply connected and intertwined. We examine the idea of dualism and how it relates to our understanding of enlightenment, discussing the importance of liminal and grey spaces in the spiritual journe…
 
In this week's The Reason Roundtable, editors Matt Welch, Katherine Mangu-Ward, Peter Suderman, and Nick Gillespie discuss the Facebook Files, which revealed the considerable influence the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) wielded in regard to what users were allowed to say on Meta platforms during the COVID-19 pandemic. 0:55: The CD…
 
In this episode, David discusses how every decision humans make consists of a cost-benefit analysis. He also looks at what constitutes a sacrifice and what only appears like one. Finally, he suggests a few reasons why making ethical choices is difficult for most people. Contents: - Cost-benefit analysis - Thinking, Fast and Slow - Examples - Sacrif…
 
In this episode Jacob speaks with Philosopher Duncan Pritchard. They speak on knowledge; they also speak on his work bringing philosophy to the prison system. They also speak on education and intellectual virtues. Where to find Dr. Pritchardwebsite: https://www.duncanpritchard.org Books: https://www.duncanpritchard.org/books Where to find me Email:…
 
On this episode, Christians today seem to be focusing on the next Church trend as opposed to the leading of the Holy Spirit, which includes the increasing trend that people are deciding what is a sin despite what the Bible says. Also, the trend of people changing the Bible to fit their lifestyle instead of changing their lifestyle to fit Biblical p…
 
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