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The law affects our lives and our society in many unique and profound ways. Reasonably Speaking, produced by The American Law Institute, features interviews with legal experts on some of the most important legal topics of our time. Each episode takes you through the law in action, beyond courtrooms and casebooks. Whether you are a legal scholar or a concerned citizen, this examination of the relationship between our laws and our society will leave you with a better understanding of how we go ...
 
History Ireland magazine has now been in production for over 27 years. The History Ireland Podcast covers a wide variety of topics, from the earliest times to the present day, in an effort to give the listener a sense of the distant past but also to offer a contemporary edge.
 
Get the latest insights on climate change and breakthrough technologies and innovations that are fighting climate change! According to a United Nations climate change report, the evidence of human-caused climate change is overwhelming and continues to strengthen. The impacts of climate change are intensifying and climate-related threats to our physical, social, and economic well-being are rising at an unprecedented rate. Widespread climate changes are causing extreme heat, severe drought, un ...
 
LATEST SERIES: Carchemish (C Episodes) - tracing the life and death of the Neo-Hittite kingdoms; PREVIOUS SERIES: The Ancient World - from the earliest human civilizations down through 500 BC; Rediscovery (R Episodes) - the stories of the modern scholars and adventurers who rediscovered the ancient world; Bloodline (B Episodes) - tracing the descendants of Mark Antony and Cleopatra over ten generations; Thea (T Episodes) - tracing the disintegration of the Seleucid Empire
 
Laughing is Medicine! Join "GoodMedicine" (AKA Michael Daniel Broadfoot), "Tasty Wacey" and Elijah as we hang out once a week and talk about current events, share jokes, and drop some bars! The Sweety Treaty Show is produced in the traditional territories of the Niitsitapi (Blackfoot) and the peoples of the Treaty 7: the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika Nation, the Piikani Nation, the Kainai Nation), our Dene relations (Tsuut’ina Nation), and the Iyarhe Nakoda relations (Chiniki Nation, Bearsp ...
 
"A good candidate for 'the most under-appreciated work by Mark Twain' would be 'The Treaty With China,' which he published in the New York Tribune in 1868. This piece, which is an early statement of Twain's opposition to imperialism and which conveys his vision of how the U.S. ought to behave on the global stage, has not been reprinted since its original publication until now." (the online, open-access "Journal of Transnational American Studies" published it in the spring, 2010).
 
In 1977, Native American activist Leonard Peltier was sentenced to consecutive life terms for killing two FBI agents. Then in 2000, a Freedom of Information Act disclosure proved the Feds had framed him. But Leonard's still in prison. This is the story of what happened on the Pine Ridge Reservation half a century ago—and the man who's still behind bars for a crime he didn't commit.
 
This conference aims to look at the present state of nuclear treaties and nuclear capabilities, consider future threats and opportunities, and assess public understanding and the role of civil society in determining future directions. An opportunity to learn facts and assess where the world is heading in this vital area for peace, conflict and international diplomacy.
 
A podcast where comedians Justin and Shane drink beer and make conspiracies fun again! Become a Paid Subscriber: https://anchor.fm/conspiracybeerme/subscribe Become a patron, $5 for four additional episodes per month! https://www.patreon.com/conspiracybeerme​ Give us a follow at @conspiracybeerme on Instagram and Facebook! Review us on iTunes! www.conspiracybeerme.com
 
This podcast exists to challenge our ideas of sustainability. Why do we do the things that we do? And how can we make sure that what we are doing is right? This show is an exercise in developing new perspective and context around land management in order to help us make the best decisions possible.
 
Talking Tax, from Bloomberg Tax, is a weekly discussion of the most pressing issues facing tax and accounting professionals. Each week the podcast features discussions with lawmakers, federal regulators, lawyers, and journalists. From the courts to Capitol Hill to the IRS, Talking Tax has it covered.
 
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What treaties were signed in 1847, and why? How do these treaties connect to other treaties and events in that decade? References https://www.oregonencyclopedia.org/articles/oregon-treaty/#.YxiNty0ZN7M https://www.whose.land/en/treaty/treaty57-1847 https://files.ontario.ca/treaties_map_english.pdf ​​https://libraryguides.centennialcollege.ca/landac…
 
The Treaty With China by Mark Twain audiobook. "A good candidate for 'the most under-appreciated work by Mark Twain' would be 'The Treaty With China,' which he published in the New York Tribune in 1868. This piece, which is an early statement of Twain's opposition to imperialism and which conveys his vision of how the U.S. ought to behave on the gl…
 
In Honour of the National Day of Truth and Reconciliation in Canada I am re-releasing one of my favourite episodes. Assistant Professor Matthew Wildcat breaks down the history and meaning of Canadian Treaties with Indigenous people. He explains that we are all treaty people and that everyone has a role to play in upholding the rights and freedoms t…
 
Can you open a car wash by the Sea of Tranquility? Can you aim rockets at your neighbors' house from the exosphere? Can you open your own personal restaurant at the end of the universe? Well it's all laid out in 1967's Outer Space Treaty, and It Happened One Year is breaking it down for you! Listen as Sarah & Joe debate their future space travel pl…
 
Holmes stays busy digging up clues to the disappearance of the classified naval treaty as his clients wonder if he's up to the job. A startling reveal will regain their trust. ANDROID USERS- 1001 Stories From The Old West at Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0c2fc0cGwJBcPfyC8NWNTw 1001 Radio Days right here at Google Podcasts FREE: https://podc…
 
Phil, Dan and Chris from reunited Chicago band Treaty of Paris talked with Car Con Carne after their set on Day Three of Riot Fest 2022. Among the many things discussed… new music is on the way! Also, the music will be so good, you’ll someday wear diapers while listening to it. (That will make more sense when you listen to this interview.) Car Con …
 
Headlines:- refugee resettlement program - VALS Raise the Age seminae this Thursday - Taliban closes recently opened girls' schools We revisit Phuong's conversation with Heather Corinna, founder and director of Scarleteen about the importance of comprehensive and inclusive sex and consent education. Phuong speaks with Angelique Wan, CEO, Co-Founder…
 
Mark speaks with Michael Unbroken, survivor of childhood trauma and a powerful voice of resilience. Through dealing with ultimate rock bottoms, addressing his traumas, and healing his mind, Michael became passionately known for being Unbroken. He’s the host of the Think Unbroken Podcast, a coach, entrepreneur, advocate, and author of Think Unbroken…
 
We hear from Lynne Kelly and Margo Neale about their book Design: Songlines. Lynne Kelly is a science writer whose field of research is the memory methods used by those who depended on their memories for knowledge. Margo Neale is the head of the Centre for Indigenous Knowledges, senior Indigenous curator, and principal adviser to the director of th…
 
The First Battle of Bull Run by P. G. T. Beauregard audiobook. General Pierre Gustave Toutant Beauregard was one of the senior commanders of Southern forces during the Civil War. It was he who initiated the hostilities by opening fire on Ft. Sumter in Charleston harbor, in April, 1861. In July of that year, having taken command of the Confederate A…
 
The Cloak by Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol audiobook. "The Cloak" is a short story by Ukrainian-born Russian author Nikolai Gogol, published in 1842. The story and its author have had great influence on Russian literature, as expressed in a quote attributed to Fyodor Dostoevsky: "We all come out from Gogol's 'Overcoat'." The story has been adapted into…
 
Twice-Told Tales by Nathaniel Hawthorne audiobook. Twice-Told Tales is a short story collection in two volumes by Nathaniel Hawthorne. The first was published in the spring of 1837, and the second in 1842. The stories had all been previously published in magazines and annuals, hence the name.By Classic Literature
 
Mosses From An Old Manse by Nathaniel Hawthorne audiobook. "Mosses from an Old Manse" is a short story collection by Nathaniel Hawthorne, first published in 1846. The collection includes several previously-published short stories and is named in honor of The Old Manse where Hawthorne and his wife lived for the first three years of their marriage. A…
 
In mid-1930s, pregnant women in cities in California, Oregon, and Washington could obtain safe surgical abortions in clean facilities from professionals trained in the latest technique. The only catch? The abortions were illegal. The syndicate that provided these abortions was the Pacific Coast Abortion Ring, which operated from 1934 to 1936 with c…
 
The House of the Seven Gables by Nathaniel Hawthorne audiobook. "The wrongdoing of one generation lives into the successive ones and... becomes a pure and uncontrollable mischief." Hawthorne's moral for "The House of the Seven Gables," taken from the Preface, accurately presages his story. The full weight of the gloomy mansion of the title seems to…
 
This World is Taboo by Murray Leinster audiobook. Calhoun is an Interstellar Medical Serviceman, and he's needed on Dara. Trouble is: Dara is forbidden. Taboo. And breaking quarantine will make Calhoun a presumed plague-carrier and subject to being shot on sight by anyone from Weald. But hey! If he did the smart thing, we wouldn't have a story!But …
 
Conquest Over Time by Michael Shaara audiobook. Pat Travis, a spacer renowned for his luck, is suddenly quite out of it. His job is to beat his competitors to sign newly-Contacted human races to commercial contracts... But what can he do when he finds he's on a planet that consults astrology for literally every major decision - and he has arrived o…
 
I noticed a funny thing when browsing the propaganda newswires lately: all of the stories about the Queen's death said the exact same thing! What's going on here, and why does it matter? Join James for a wild ride through the history of newswires and the formation of the fire-induced collapse hypothesis as he explores the dictum Who Controls the Ne…
 
I noticed a funny thing when browsing the propaganda newswires lately: all of the stories about the Queen's death said the exact same thing! What's going on here, and why does it matter? Join James for a wild ride through the history of newswires and the formation of the fire-induced collapse hypothesis as he explores the dictum Who Controls the Ne…
 
A short adventure from Arthur Conan Doyle describing two men working for an importer in Japan who rack up huge gambling losses, steal from their employer, and try to escape in a sailboat. ANDROID USERS- 1001 Stories From The Old West at Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/0c2fc0cGwJBcPfyC8NWNTw 1001 Radio Days right here at Google Podcasts FREE: …
 
In this episode of The Fifth Estate Podcast, Cameron talks about the following... * Speed and red light cameras are about revenue raising, not road safety (Herald-Sun) * VicPol oversteps their authority again, this time with bikies (Herald-Sun) * WA police can stop people having a firearms licence based on nothing more than a suspicion (Daily Mail)…
 
We sit down with our friend Joe Perrow to discuss the connection between DARPA's project Lifelog, Facebook, and the U.S. Government. Imagine that everything you do online has been tracked and stored. No need to imagine. Everything you do is stored by the government. LifeLog was a project of the Information Processing Techniques Office of the Defens…
 
In this show, I take you onto the streets of Ōtautahi Christchurch in Aotearoa New Zealand, to join in a protest against white supremacy and the far right. Christchurch, of course, has became a name synonymous with the terrorist attacks on two mosques where a far right white supremist murdered 51 muslim people who were gathered for Friday prayers o…
 
Hans Brinker or The Silver Skates by Mary Mapes Dodge audiobook. Mary Mapes Dodge created an instant bestseller with "Hans Brinker or The Silver Skates." She wanted the book to be partly a book of travels and partly a domestic story. It is a tale written for children that adults also find interesting and uplifting. Dodge writes as if she is sending…
 
The Marshall Islands urges the US to settle outstanding issues involving its legacy of nuclear bomb tests; Pacific leaders stand in solidarity at the UN General Assembly calling for more climate action; We check in on Papua New Guinea with the latest on the earthquake disaster response; A new Auckland trust aims to help Kiwi kids' reading.…
 
Tom Sawyer Abroad by Mark Twain audiobook. Tom Sawyer Abroad is a novel by Mark Twain published in 1894. It features Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn in a parody of Jules Verne-esque adventure stories. In the story, Tom, Huck, and Jim set sail to Africa in a futuristic hot air balloon, where they survive encounters with lions, robbers, and fleas to …
 
In this episode of The Fifth Estate Podcast, Cameron talks about the following... * Dilbert being dropped from newspapers (New York Post) * Slugger wants a national medical misinformation strategy (Twitter) * The Pirate (Peter FitzSimons) is suffering relevance deprivation syndrome, so plugs the republic to get interviews (Daily Mail) * 12 months o…
 
In this set of collected, connected conversations (the penultimate episode in our Summer '22 series): Neech the Vote! Was it really a year ago that Canada held its last federal election? A contest we didn’t much concern ourselves with, to be frank; after all, we’d gone hard on the election two years prior. But, looking back, maybe that 2019 campaig…
 
In the past 100 years, over 80% of the first term midterms went badly for Presidents, and their party lost seats. But in a few cases they did not. And a few times when they did, the result was very little real change or even a kind of win. A look at first term midterms during the Presidencies of Chester Arthur, Harding, FDR, GW Bush, Jimmy Carter a…
 
The New Zealand government has launched a new housing fund which aims to help Pacific families achieve the dream of home ownership; Tonga upgrades its health facilities to combat the threats posed by non-communicable diseases; We talanoa to Mesepa Edwards, the artist behind an upcoming Pacific exhibition that explores the climate crisis.…
 
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