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The Peabody Award-winning On the Media podcast is your guide to examining how the media sausage is made. Host Brooke Gladstone examines threats to free speech and government transparency, cast a skeptical eye on media coverage of the week’s big stories and unravel hidden political narratives in everything we read, watch and hear.
 
Nita Luttrell presents the traditional Torah Portions and commentaries from various Messianic rabbis to help get your weekend Sabbath started. "Today's Torah Reading" is presented by The Rock Radio Network, a bilingual Bible teaching network centered in San Juan, Puerto Rico. We can be heard on our two live online streams and on WBMJ (AM-1190) San Juan Metro, WIVV (AM-1370) Vieques/VI, and WCGB (AM-1060) Juana Díaz/Ponce.
 
Bringing you unfiltered public documents that deserve to be more accessible. Dan Williams, the voice behind the Mueller Report Audio podcast, reads some of the most important government documents for those who want the information, but may be too busy to read or simply want to do other things while consuming the information.
 
Listen. CALL. talk LIVE. DiScUsS. CALL IN LEGAL TALK/COMMUNITY ISSUES INTERNET RADIO SHOW. Philadelphia Attorney Debra D. Rainey hosts a Fun, funky, FRESH, Legal Talk/Community Issues show, the anti-legal talk show tha is bodl, raw, real and rowdy to say the least!. For the People. law in plain language endeavors to break down the law in plain language, but with flair, education and entertainment. Listeners and fans alike get invovled by sending in questions and comments that are read/discus ...
 
Research beyond the media Michael Salvucci and Christian Lund met in Washington DC during their undergraduate years at the Catholic University of America. Two self-diagnosed news junkies, Mike and Chris have confounded ideologues of all stripes with their aggressively moderate approach to political, legal, and social issues. Ten years later their rapport has blossomed into the Over and Above News podcast - a weekly news round-up committed to asking the right questions. You’re welcome, America.
 
The Podcaster at Law attorney Brian Lee Nash answers your legal and online business questions. Show format will vary to keep interesting and will include mini series explaining certain areas of law, question and answer, and special guests. Show topics will cover legal issues facing online business owners, other business questions, Federal legal issues, Tennessee legal issues, and more. Startups will be discussed with an emphasis on legal issues startups face and must overcome.
 
Kick right-wing butt! Listen to this podcast for a month and you will be able to kick the butt of any right-winger in a debate. I guarantee it! Subjects will include: Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity, George Bush, conservative pro-Iraq war draft dodgers, right-wing Christians doing the opposite of what Jesus said in Matthew 25, Ann Coulter, Alan Colmes, Rush Limbaugh, wealth distribution, Al Franken, Republicans, Democrats, Bill Maher. Upcoming will be interviews with live debate.
 
Comedian Alex Boardman and Barrister Chris Kehoe, discuss English Criminal Law whilst sat in a Ford Mondeo. A comedic look at some of the most famous criminal cases in English Law with legal expert and barrister Chris Kehoe, and comedian Alex Boardman. In every episode Chris will guide us through a famous area in English Criminal Law. He will explain the facts of the case, set out the legal principles the case raises and offer insight into the reasons behind the verdicts of the judges who pr ...
 
Becket’s Hannah Smith and Katie Geary tell the human stories behind twelve diverse and influential religious liberty cases. Each one gives a unique look at the real-life implications of religious liberty in America. Together, they illustrate the vital need to defend this fundamental freedom for people of all faiths.
 
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What does it take to qualify for an EB-1 visa? The Klasko EB-1 team discusses the criteria that might qualify the fictional main character from Netflix’s hit miniseries The Queen’s Gambit, Beth Harmon. The series follows Beth as she rises to the top of the competitive chess field. EB-1 attorney Allie Dempsey and EB-1 team editor Steve Miller, with …
 
EPA announced that it intends to rewrite the definition of “Waters of the United States” and a federal court issued a temporary restraining order against USDA’s loan forgiveness program for socially disadvantaged farmers. Also, USDA announced $1 billion in Emergency Food Assistance Program purchases and a California state court refused to dismiss a…
 
Over the last couple of weeks we’ve taken on some of the battles in the ongoing culture war. The granddaddy of them all is cancel culture. Michael Hobbes, co-host of the podcast You’re Wrong About, told us that there isn’t a situation that has been labeled a cancellation that couldn’t benefit from a more accurate word to describe what had happened.…
 
The U.S. initiated a formal trade dispute with Canada over dairy tariff-rate quotas and a federal court rejected Bayer’s proposed partial glyphosate settlement. Then, an EPA Inspector General report shows irregularities in the 2018 dicamba registration decisions and USDA’s swine slaughter maximum line speed is effective June 30, 2021. Also, Congres…
 
Trump may be out of office, but the GOP's campaign to limit voting rights, free speech, and reproductive rights is still in full-swing. On this week’s On the Media, where do you focus your attention when there are little fires everywhere? Plus, a look at a chilling new look for America: the "authoritarian mullet" — culture war in the front, the des…
 
Attorneys Josh Whitaker and Joe Hamer discuss various issues and cases including recent deaths of children as a result of being bitten by dogs; If COVID vaccinations will be required legally; the case of Leandro vs NC and how it is related to school budgets and the extortion case of Dino Gaudio, former head men's basketball coach for Wake Forest Un…
 
President Biden’s health care agenda has come into focus after the release of his FY 2022 budget request. However, most of the proposals outlined by the president are unlikely to pass through a deeply divided congress. In this segment, Brownstein’s government relations team discusses all the latest activity on health care including which provisions…
 
Record numbers of journalists formed unions over the last few years, surpassing data even from the surges of labor organizing in the 1930s. And the pandemic didn't slow the trend. Just this week journalists at the Atlantic announced that they were forming a union affiliated with the News Guild. But even with all the recent coverage, it's unlikely t…
 
After a young Associated Press journalist lost her job last month following online attacks, On the Media considers how bad faith campaigns against the media have become an effective weapon for the far right. Plus, should we cancel the word “cancel”? One journalist argues, yes, and one academic says, no. Plus, the origins of "cancelled" in Black cul…
 
The Biden Administration brought an Obama-era program back to life that was nearly another casualty of Trump’s restrictive immigration actions. Biden reversed Trump’s elimination of the International Entrepreneur Rule (IER - also known as International Entrepreneur Parole or the “Startup Visa”) in May 2021 in the hopes of fostering economic develop…
 
On May 31, 1921, Tulsa, Oklahoma’s Greenwood District was a thriving Black residential and business community — a city within a city. By June 1, a white mob, with the support of law enforcement, had reduced it to ashes. And yet the truth about the attack remained a secret to many for nearly a century. Chief Egunwale Amusan grew up in Tulsa — his gr…
 
Damion McCullers (the Carolina Counselor) and Josh Whitaker (the Outlaw Lawyer) sit down and analyze the oral arguments that recently took place before the US Supreme Court in regards to Caniglia v. Strom, an interesting trial that goes straight to the heart of the Fourth Amendment. What is the community caretaking exception? Can the King of Englan…
 
COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. are falling and the number of the vaccinated continue to rise, but the pandemic’s harm to our mental health is still beyond measure. This week, On the Media explores how society is describing its pandemic state of mind. Plus, a look at the high-stakes fight to drag science out from behind paywalls. 1. Roxanne Khamsi [@rk…
 
A federal court in Missouri approved a $39.5 million Roundup settlement and awarded a cy pres payment while a federal court in Wyoming dismissed a suit challenging RFID tags and the Tenth Circuit vacated the small refinery RFS exemptions issued by the prior administration. Then, a report from EPA’s Inspector General found decreased EPA enforcement …
 
Josh Whitaker (the Outlaw Lawyer) and Damion McCullers (the Carolina Counselor) sit down and talk about the trial of the decade . . . the David Chauvin trial. How did the announcement of the Floyd family settlement affect the jury selection? Why are trials won or lost in voir dire? What Simpsons' episode is Josh reminded of?…
 
A year and a half into the pandemic, we still don’t know how it began. This week, a look at how investigating COVID-19’s origins became a political and scientific minefield. Plus, how a mistake of microns caused so much confusion about how COVID spreads. And, making sense of the "metaverse." 1. Alina Chan [@Ayjchan], postdoctoral researcher at the …
 
We talked about episodes 541 & 542 of LOS. We shared our thoughts on blowing dads, Tony Hinchcliff, the worst moms, exchanging fingers, dickheads and dickbutts, what Hannah will do with the podcast when Alex dies soon, buying sandwiches at gas stations, our poor career choice, and much more. There were bugs and gunshots, scallywags and whippersnapp…
 
The third and final episode in a three-part series about problems in the EB-5 investor program and how we assist our clients in resolving the problems, this episode covers litigation options. If we are not able to resolve investors’ problems, project problems or regional center issues, judicial review in federal court might be the answer. The Klask…
 
In Episode 31, in addition to an anti-SLAPP case, we examine another example of how opposing counsel blew an opposition to our Motion for Summary Judgment, by being unaware of the procedure rules. The limit for the memorandum of points on a typical motion is 15 pages, but a motion for summary judgment is a big deal, so the rules graciously allow 20…
 
The old US Steel building in Pittsburgh, PA is a black monolith, symbol and fortress of industrial power, soaring above the confluence of three mighty rivers. But its vista has changed. Gone is the golden, sulfurous haze. Gone are the belching smokestacks, blazing furnaces and slag-lined river valleys snaking along Appalachian foothills. The indust…
 
Last Friday, the Department of Labor released its monthly jobs report, and the numbers were...disappointing. Expectations had rested around adding approximately a million jobs, and April yielded a meager 266,000. In a rare moment of genuine surprise in Washington, some economists said they didn’t know the exact cause of the drop. But for weeks prio…
 
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