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Philosophy Bites

Edmonds and Warburton

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David Edmonds (Uehiro Centre, Oxford University) and Nigel Warburton (freelance philosopher/writer) interview top philosophers on a wide range of topics. Two books based on the series have been published by Oxford University Press. We are currently self-funding - donations very welcome via our website http://www.philosophybites.com
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University of Minnesota Press

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Authors join peers, scholars, and friends in conversation. Topics include environment, humanities, race, social justice, cultural studies, art, literature and literary criticism, media studies, sociology, anthropology, grief and loss, mental health, and more.
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Radicals in Conversation is a monthly podcast from Pluto Press, one of the world’s leading independent, radical publishers. Every month we sit down with leading campaigners, authors and academics to bring you in-depth conversations and radical perspectives on the issues that matter the most.
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The Yale University Press Podcast is a series of in-depth conversations with experts and authors on a range of topics including politics, history, science, art, and more for those who are intellectually curious. Jessica Holahan hosts discussions on all things art and architecture and there are occasional appearances by Yale University Press Director John Donatich.
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Brought to you by Bristol University Press and Policy Press, the Transforming Society podcast brings you conversations with our authors around social justice and global social challenges.We get to grips with the story their research tells, with a focus on the specific ways in which it could transform society for the better. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Welcome to the Ignatius Press Podcast! Ignatius Press has been faithfully publishing Catholic books, films, art, and more for over 40 years. With our extensive history, our library contains a wide variety of authors and titles, and we can’t wait to share them with you. On this podcast, we will feature author interviews for those who are interested in deepening their faith and learning more about Jesus Christ, his Church, and the rich Catholic intellectual and artistic tradition. We pray that ...
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Oxford Education Podcast

Oxford University Press

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This podcast brings together educational experts to discuss key issues in primary and secondary education. Enjoy fascinating insights and get practical tips to apply to your teaching. Brought to you by the Schools Team at Oxford University Press.
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Foreign Press Association USA

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Podcast from the Foreign Press Association USA. The Foreign Press Association was founded in New York on 16th February, 1918 as the Association of Foreign Correspondents. After WW II the name was changed to the Foreign Press Association to better reflect our membership's titles and positions. It has no ties with any government and is free from all national and political bias. It is a strictly independent, not-for-profit organization. ​ www.foreignpressassociation.org
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Welcome to the Brighter Thinking Pod from the International Education group of Cambridge University Press & Assessment. We provide a place where international education enthusiasts from all backgrounds can come together to discuss the challenges faced by teachers in a modern classroom and discover new teaching ideas. Our panels consist of teachers, authors, key subject figures and more. If you'd like to get involved, follow us on Twitter or Instagram @CambridgeInt and send in your show sugge ...
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The purpose of The Pressing Forward channel is to inspire , educate , and empower you. Host, Nowoola Awopetu, a former Division I athlete at Villanova University, speaks to selectively vetted & credentialed mental health professionals to speak on various topics pertaining to mental health. These topics include depression, trauma, anxiety, & more. In addition, we bring on both current and former professional athletes, entrepreneurs, coaches to share their story and help inspire the future gen ...
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ANHW Midwest Zone recommends these books. Enjoy the podcast. There is no Frigate like a Book (1286) BY EMILY DICKINSON There is no Frigate like a Book To take us Lands away Nor any Coursers like a Page Of prancing Poetry – This Traverse may the poorest take Without oppress of Toll – How frugal is the Chariot That bears the Human Soul – Emily Dickinson, "There is no Frigate like a Book" from (02138: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press)
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LU Moment

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Home to more than 17,000 students, Lamar University is full of exciting events and research. Listen each week to learn more about the people making the most of their moments at LU.
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Expounded Universe

Jef Aldrich and Jon Taylor

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Jef and Jon review Star Wars expanded universe novels. Every week they discuss a few chapters at a time making their way through some of the strangest and most insufferable entries in the Star Wars canon.
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Welcome to the Press Start Leadership Podcast, your ultimate guide to unlocking your leadership potential in the dynamic world of the video game industry. Join me, Christopher Mifsud, a seasoned industry professional with two decades of experience leading and nurturing teams for renowned digital creative companies worldwide. This podcast is your secret weapon in an industry that often promotes talented individuals without providing the necessary leadership training. Drawing from my personal ...
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Currents in Religion

Currents in Religion

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Currents in Religion is a podcast from the Baylor University Religion Department and Baylor University Press. We host conversations with academics, writers, and artists that explore some of the most interesting currents in religious studies, with a focus on Christianity. Episodes release weekly. On this podcast you'll hear discussions about theology, ethics, biblical studies (New Testament and Hebrew Bible/Old Testament), history, archaeology, and so on. Engage with us on Twitter (@cirbaylor ...
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Campaign Beat is Montana Public Radio's weekly political analysis program. It's hosted by Sally Mauk and features Lee Newspapers State News Bureau Chief Holly Michels and Rob Saldin of the University of Montana’s Mansfield Center and Political Science Department.
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Profiling remarkable people who are a little more under the radar than they deserve to be. Your host is Ben Yagoda, the author, co-author, or editor of fourteen books, including "Gobsmacked! The British Invasion of American English," due out in September 2024 from Princeton University Press. For each episode, Ben talks to someone who is an expert on and fascinated by the subject at hand.
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Regulatory Ramblings

Reg/Tech Lab - HKU-SCF FinTech Academy - Asia Global Institute - HKU-edX Professional Certificate in FinTech

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Welcome to Regulatory Ramblings, a new podcast from a team at The University of Hong Kong on the intersection of all things pertaining to finance, technology, law and regulation. Hosted by The Reg/Tech Lab, HKU-Standard Chartered FinTech Academy, Asia Global Institute and the HKU-edX Professional Certificate in FinTech, with support from the HKU Faculty of Law. Join us as we hear from luminaries across multiple fields and professions as they share their candid thoughts in a stress-free envir ...
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Inside Mizzou Athletics

The Varsity Podcast Network

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Join Matt Michaels and Brad Tregnago each week for the Inside Mizzou Athletics Podcast. The guys bring you insight, interviews, guests and more in every episode. You can also find sports-specific podcasts, Tiger Talk episodes, and other exclusive Mizzou content right here.
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These regular reports cover the latest data and news on policy and mitigation and the impacts of the Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) including confirmed cases, mortality rates and significant news on its global spread and mitigation, with a focus on events in the United States. Please write a nice review. Information sources: U.S. CDC, Johns Hopkins University, WHO And from these major news publications (with credit attribution): Associated Press Thomas-Reuters The Epoch Times Executive Producer Ja ...
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The Lee Weather Team hosts a fast-paced weekly podcast that tackles hot topics (and cold!) plus what’s trending in meteorology, science and climate. The show isn't limited to hard science as our hosts and guests tug at your emotions from stories out in the elements. The Lee Weather team features Matt Holiner of Lee Enterprises' Midwest group in Chicago, Kirsten Lang of the Tulsa World in Oklahoma, Joe Martucci of the Press of Atlantic City, N.J., and Sean Sublette of the Richmond Times-Dispa ...
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KTLA Morning News anchor Frank Buckley engages fascinating guests in conversation. The award-winning Frank Buckley Interviews features newsmakers, celebrities, technologists, entrepreneurs, authors, athletes, artists, and everyday people doing extraordinary things. In 2022, Frank Buckley Interviews was honored with a National Entertainment and Journalism Award from the Los Angeles Press Club for one of its episodes. New episodes are released every Wednesday. The TV version airs on KTLA-TV Ch ...
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Pirate’s Eye Podcast

Seton Hall Alumni Engagement and Philanthropy

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Seton Hall boasts more than 100,000 living alumni. In this podcast, we chat with some of those proud Pirates about their latest accomplishments and career paths. We have our Pirate’s Eye on what great alumni minds can do.
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A concise and original introduction to a wide range of subjects—from Public Health to Buddhist Ethics, Soft Matter to Classics, and Art History to Globalization—by the expert authors of the Very Short Introductions series. For wherever your curiosity may take you.
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The Jewish Lives Podcast is a monthly show that explores the lives of influential Jewish figures. Hosted by Alessandra Wollner, each episode includes an interview with an acclaimed Jewish Lives author. Jewish Lives is a prizewinning series of biography published by Yale University Press and the Leon D. Black Foundation. Join us as we explore the Jewish experience together.
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Welcome to the Ohio University Press Podcast, where we interview our authors about their latest books! All Ohio University Press and Swallow Press books are available in print and online editions and can be ordered from bookstores and online retailers. Find us at ohioswallow.com
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Up Next

Press Play Podcasts, Adam the Bull, Chase Smith

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Up Next is a podcast all about TV. Not sure what to watch? Want to hear more about your favorite show or episode? Then this podcast is for you. Join host Adam The Bull as he highlights trending shows, talks about must-see episodes, provides season recaps, breakdowns special premieres, and previews awards season. So sit back, relax, and find out what to stream tonight, on UP NEXT.
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biosights

The Rockefeller University Press

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biosights is a series of life science videos highlighting original scientific research published in The Journal of Cell Biology. The shows feature original video data and interviews with the scientists who performed the work.
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Historian and author Walter Edgar mines the riches of the South Carolina Encyclopedia to bring you South Carolina from A to Z. South Carolina from A to Z is a production of South Carolina Public Radio in partnership with the University of South Carolina Press and SC Humanities.
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During the Republican period (1912–1949) and after, many Chinese Buddhists sought inspiration from non-Chinese Buddhist traditions, showing a particular interest in esoteric teachings. What made these Buddhists dissatisfied with Chinese Buddhism, and what did they think other Buddhist traditions could offer? Which elements did they choose to follow…
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EL Putnam’s new book Livestreaming: An Aesthetics and Ethics of Technical Encounter considers how livestreaming constitutes new patterns of being together that are complex, ambivalent, and transformative. Digging into how humans and technology co-evolve, Putnam and Noel Fitzpatrick engage in conversation about relation and hyper-individualism, glit…
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Welcome to the fourth episode of Authors in Conversation, a podcast from the series editors of the United States in the World series from Cornell University Press. This episode features Wake Forest University professor Benjamin Coates (co-editor of the United States in the World series) speaking with University of Washington professor Christopher T…
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Send us a Text Message. This episode features Serenity Douglas, Sports Anchor at KYTXCBS19, University of Texas Track & Field Alum. Serenity, an 8-time All-American and 2-time Big 12 champion in track and field from the University of Texas (#HookEm), brings her passion for sports and storytelling to every episode. With a bachelor's degree in corpor…
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The Hollow Parties: The Many Pasts and Disordered Present of American Party Politics (Princeton UP, 2024) traces the political history of American political parties, not so much as historical institutions with different constituents—though it does that—but as living and breathing entities that have, over the course of more than 200 years, been, at …
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The Rise of English: Global Politics and the Power of Language, which has just been reissued in paperback by Oxford University Press, with a new preface. The Rise of English charts the spread of English as the dominant lingua franca worldwide. The book explores the wide-ranging economic and political effects of English. It examines both the good an…
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Cyrus McCormick invented the revolutionary mechanical reaper in 1831...right? At least, that's how the story has been told for decades. In Harvesting History: McCormick's Reaper, Heritage Branding, and Historical Forgery (U Nebraska Press, 2023), National Park Service historian Daniel Ott argues that not only have textbooks and other sources of his…
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Tell us what you thought of the episode and any topics you would like us to cover! Unlock the secret to economic stability and growth in the indie game industry with our expert-guided exploration into the world of financial literacy. As your host, I'm lifting the veil on the often-intimidating realm of budgets and fiscal responsibility, demonstrati…
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It's been a storybook season for West Virginia University golf coach Sean Covich. The Mississippi native, hired to restart the Mountaineer program nine years ago, has guided his squad to the championship round of the NCAA tournament. It's just the second time in school history that a Mountaineer golf team has reached this round. The only other time…
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It’s Friday, May 17, 2024 Welcome to Raging Chicken’s Friday Politics Roundup. This is Kevin Mahoney, editor and founder of Raging Chicken. Each week we break down the good, the bad, and the ugly in state and national politics. Biden halts some aid to Israel, then clears billions in arms as the Netanyahu government continues assault on Rafa amidst …
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Most Catholics are aware, even if only in a vague way, of the many holy men and women who have come before us who wrote or preached on the spiritual life. We may have read about their lives; we may find their holiness and closeness to God inspiring. But do many of us look to them for concrete, specific spiritual guidance? Archbishop Emeritus Alfred…
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Do judges have an important role to play in society beyond judging? Judge Lee Rudofsky takes the affirmative, while Orin Kerr disagrees in this special AO episode debating this topic. Sarah and David also discuss the latest SCOTUS cases. Show Notes: —Judges write letter saying they won't hire law clerks from Columbia —Kerr: Do Judges "Have an Impor…
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In this week’s “Mizzou Storytellers,” Nikki Barry and Dave Matter are joined by a master storyteller, the dean of Mizzou head coaches and the man behind “Tiger Style,” wrestling’s Brian Smith. Coach Smith details his journey from Long Island to South Florida to the Ivy League to Mizzou and all the stops in between that defined his climb as one of t…
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History is a key battleground in our increasingly bitter contemporary culture wars. In the polarized debates over who we are, the cry of ‘You can’t rewrite history’ regularly goes up. And is regularly met with the counterclaim that history needs to be rewritten. Virtually the only thing both sides can agree on is that the past matters. But why, and…
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Throughout the nuclear age, states have taken many different paths toward or away from nuclear weapons. These paths have been difficult to predict and cannot be explained simply by a stable or changing security environment. We can make sense of these paths by examining leaders' nuclear decisions. The political decisions state leaders make to accele…
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Today’s book is: At Every Depth: Our Growing Knowledge of the Changing Oceans (Columbia UP, 2024), by Tessa Hill and Eric Simons, which takes readers beneath the waves and along the coasts, to explore how climate change and environmental degradation have spurred the most radical transformations in human history. The world’s oceans are changing at a…
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Elizabeth Neumann served as the Assistant Secretary for Counterterrorism and Threat Prevention at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. She is the author of Kingdom of Rage: The Rise of Christian Extremism and the Path Back to Peace. In this episode of Frank Buckley Interviews, Neumann discusses the forces within American society that have enco…
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Thousands of shows have opened on Broadway. Why do we remember some and not others? The musical theatre repertory is not composed of titles popular in the theatre but by those with successful cast recordings, movie versions, or even illegal bootlegs on YouTube. The shows audiences know, and the texts and music they expect to hear when they attend a…
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The whole world has a stake in India's future, and that future hinges on whether India can develop its economy and deliver for its population--now the world's largest--while staying democratic. India's economy has overtaken the United Kingdom's to become the fifth-largest in the world, but it is still only one-fifth the size of China's, and India's…
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Send us a Text Message. This weeks episode we speak with Simone van de Kraats ( @simonevandekraats_ ), World Champion/ European Champion and Olympian. In this episode , she delves into her experience as a professional athlete and how she finds balance amidst varying responsibilities. 0:00- 1:09 Introduction 1:09- 3:44 How she started in water polo …
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'Whether one is an anarchist or not, the contemporary turn of geopolitical events—from the global phenomena of pandemics, fascistic regimes, and collapsing infrastructure for any sort of social well-being, to capitalist-fueled climate catastrophes and displacement, to occupations spiraling into genocides—has compelled a shift toward prioritizing do…
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Forest fires, droughts, and rising sea levels beg a nagging question: have we lost our capacity to act on the future? Dr. Liliana Doganova’s book Discounting the Future: The Ascendancy of a Political Technology (Princeton University Press, 2024) sheds new light on this anxious query. It argues that our relationship to the future has been trapped in…
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Sarah and David start things off with a discussion of Trump’s trials and how he might respond to the outcome of the election. Are David’s concerns overblown? The Agenda: —Trump’s New York trial —Chilling speech over anti-Israel protests and one law school dean's private dinner party —Mocking Michael Cohen —Civil forfeiture SCOTUS ruling —AYER rulin…
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Tornado history goes beyond path lengths and EF ratings. Since 2016, Jennifer Narramore — owner and co-founder of Tornado Talk — and her team have been bringing forward tornado survival stories from the last 70 years. Whether the stories come from massive super outbreaks or isolated storms, their first-person interviews with those who were impacted…
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In this episode, Zen speaks with Barry Harvey about the story that led to the Barmen declaration, how Dietrich Bonhoeffer factors into that story, and how Barmen remains relevant today, even after 90 years. Barry Harvey is professor of theology in the Religion Department as well as in the Great Texts program of the Honors College here at Baylor Uni…
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Governing After War: Rebel Victories and Post-war Statebuilding (Oxford University Press, 2024) by Dr. Shelley X. Liu explores how wartime processes affects post-war state-building efforts when rebels win a civil war and come into power. Post-war governance is a continuation of war--although violence has ceased, the victor must consolidate its cont…
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The Sisterhood: How a Network of Black Women Writers Changed American Culture (Columbia University Press, 2023) explores how an incredible group of Black women writers, including Alice Walker, June Jordan, Toni Morrison, Ntozake Shange, Audre Lorde, and writers and intellectuals convened an informal group called “The Sisterhood” and how they transf…
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Tell us what you thought of the episode and any topics you would like us to cover! Unlock the secrets behind the transformative power of leadership retreats with your host, Christopher Mifsud, on the Press Start Leadership Podcast. Dive with us into the heart of game studio success as we reveal how stepping back from daily operations allows for str…
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Natural disasters and the dire effects of climate change cause massive population displacements and lead to some of the most intractable political and humanitarian challenges seen today. Yet, as Maria Cristina Garcia observes in State of Disaster: The Failure of U. S. Migration Policy in an Age of Climate Change (UNC Press, 2022), there is actually…
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Despite the hypervisibility of a constellation of female pop stars, the music business is structured around gender inequality. As a result, women in the music industry often seize on self-branding opportunities in fashion, cosmetics, food, and technology for the purposes of professional longevity. Extending Play: The Feminization of Collaborative M…
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The Confederate States of America was born in defense of slavery and, after a four-year struggle to become an independent slaveholding republic, died as emancipation dawned. Between Fort Sumter to Appomattox, Confederates bought and sold thousands African American men, women, and children. These transactions in humanity made the internal slave trad…
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Liberals (and a handful of conservatives) believe dropping the atom bombs on Japan in August 1945 was immoral. But what was the alternative? Could the U.S. have won the war in a less bloody fashion? Could American and Japanese lives have been saved? Mike Cote – a highly knowledgeable historian whose articles have been published by National Review a…
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His title is West Virginia University Defensive Coordinator, but Jordan Lesley is so much more than a football coach. In this episode, the "Guys" cover a wide range of topics with Jordan ranging from football to deep sea fishing, and the perfect white chicken chili recipe. It's a classic 3 Guys with more than a few expected bends and turns.…
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