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Welcome to the "Do You Take This Man?" podcast by Men's Vows, co-hosted by Eduardo Braniff and Sam Ervin. In this podcast, our guests discuss stories of "for better" and "for worse" from men doing their best to navigate the seas of gay romance and relationships. We belong to a fantastic team of dedicated gay men creating the popular wedding and lifestyle blog Men's Vows. Join us as we discuss the real highs and lows, ins and outs, and do’s and dont’s of gay relationships, and laugh plenty al ...
 
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Hayek Program Podcast

F.A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics

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The Hayek Program Podcast includes audio from lectures, interviews, and discussions of scholars and visitors from the F. A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University. The F. A. Hayek Program is devoted to the promotion of teaching and research on the institutional arrangements that are suitable for the support of free and prosperous societies. Implicit in this statement is the presumption that those arrangements ...
 
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In this episode, Caleb talks with Philip Gorski and Samuel Perry about their book, The Flag and the Cross and more. Links Mentioned Philip Gorski Samuel Perry The Flag and the Cross: White Christian Nationalism and the Threat to American Democracyby Philip Gorski and Samuel PerryBy Caleb Mason
 
NBA Draft night was quite the occasion for Jaden Ivey. He's now a Detroit Piston, a top-five pick, and Andrew and Casey discuss how being matched with Cade Cunningham fits with his game. Oh yeah, they talk about pizza, too. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoicesBy SB Nation
 
On this episode of Do You Take This Man?, we raise a glass to veteran and vintner, Brad and his husband and chef, Danny. We learn how they are building both a marriage and a winery together. Hear how they are "rare birds" in the rare world of winemaking, both as one of the few gay couples in the industry and as winemakers who strip back the pretens…
 
It wasn't that long ago that Coach Painter and his Purdue Boilermakers seemed to be without a transfer. Until Casey discovered a sharp shooting guard out of Utah. Now, David Jenkins Jr. will be a Boiler and Purdue has probably finalized their roster. The boys give you all the details about the Utah transfer and how it helps formalize Purdue's roste…
 
The people have asked and the boys answer: who has the definitive chicken chicken sandwich? Then Ledman and Casey get into Caleb Furst, big man and Mr. Indiana of basketball and what happened his freshman year and what might happen in his second. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, we continue a special summer series of the podcast on Liberalism for All, hosted by Jayme Lemke as she explores the underpinnings and outworkings of a free and open society. Driving the discussion is a set of core questions, including: What does it mean to be liberal in the 21st century? What is the rel…
 
Andrew and Casey have a good talk around sports movie nostalgia. What's your favorite child sports movie? After the break, they get into the gist, Ethan Morton. He's one of the boys favorites and he's gonna be needed to step into a new role and be a key cog in an offense lacking guard power. Can he do it and what makes him so special? Learn more ab…
 
Andrew and Casey have a little chuckle about Jon Rothstein and his bold IU prediction before discussing Purdue's starting four, Mason Gillis. Ledman has always been team Gillis while Casey has been something of a skeptic. Which do you agree with? Will Gillis's shooting be enough to keep him in the starting lineup or is Casey right to be skeptical? …
 
In this episode, Caleb talks with Andre Henry about his book, All the White Friends I Couldn't Keep and more. Links Mentioned Andre Henry All the White Friends I Couldn't Keep: Hope -- and Hard Pulls to Swallow - About Fighting for Black Lives by Andre HenryBy Caleb Mason
 
Did Coach Painter make a mistake or was this impossible to prepare for? Should Painter have made Hunter Jr. a priority from the start? Should he have offered Phinisee? Was this supposed to be Ivey's crowning team? What can Purdue do now? Is there anyone left? The portal has been unkind and Purdue's point guard issues will probably have to be solved…
 
In this episode, Caleb talks about what he's reading. Links Mentioned All the Marvels by Douglas Wolk I Guess I Haven't Learned That Yet by Shauna Niequist Deep & Wide by Andy Stanley What is the Bible? by Rob Bell Not In It to Win It by Andy Stanley The New Testament and Its World by NT Wright and Michael Bird Episode 276: Kaitlyn Schiess on Engag…
 
On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, we begin a special summer series of the podcast on Liberalism for All, hosted by Jayme Lemke as she explores the underpinnings and outworkings of a free and open society. Driving the discussion is a set of core questions, including: What does it mean to be liberal in the 21st century? What is the relati…
 
In this episode, Caleb talks with Sean Palmer about his book, Speaking by the Numbers and how to use the Enneagram to communicate with people. Links Mentioned Sean Palmer Speaking by the Numbers: Enneagram Wisdom for Teachers, Pastors, and Communicators by Sean Palmer Episode 203: Sean Palmer on Being an Enneagram Three…
 
Shoutout to Caleb and Korrine Roberts on becoming one in marriage! Such a beautiful experience This was such a good episode to be able to get some relationship topics off our chest. My man Deuce joined Bryce and myself after just having met him at the wedding last week and him being a groomsmen along with myself, so we had some good discussions had…
 
Andrew and Casey have chipmunks to talk about. Really. It's a movie. I think. Then they look up to where the tallest, biggest, most improved player in the Big Ten comes back for his third season after a revelatory sophomore campaign. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
In this episode, Caleb talks with Derwin Gray about his book, How to Heal Our Racial Divide and more. Links Mentioned Derwin Gray How to Heal Our Racial Divide: What the Bible Says, and the First Christians Knew, about Racial Reconciliation by Derwin Gray Episode 219: Derwin Gray on Communicating So People Can Hear and Building a Multiethnic Church…
 
Andrew and Casey are back to tell you everything you might have missed from the NBA Combine where Jaden Ivey and Trevion Williams continued their two different paths to the NBA. The lottery talent Ivey measured and didn't do much else while the late second round big man measured and impressed NBA scouts in two scrimmages in Chicago. Learn more abou…
 
Welp Purdue's offensive battle against the portal isn't going much better in football than it is basketball. Purdue loses a key defensive star and the next #1 wide receiver in waiting to academics. How will Coach Brohm's team overcome off season loss and how much does it matter? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Peter Boettke & Shruti Rajagopalan tackle several different puzzles in economic development, influenced by Shruti's work on law and economics in India. Rajagopalan shares her insights from her work in studying constitutional political economy in India and shares the most important lesson she has learned…
 
In this episode, Caleb talks with Daniel Coyle about his book, The Culture Playbook and more. Links Mentioned Daniel Coyle The Culture Playbook: 60 Highly Effective Actions to Help Your Group Succeed by Daniel Coyle The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups by Daniel Coyle The Talent Code by Daniel Coyle…
 
On this episode, Caleb talks with Mary-Frances O'Connor about her book, The Grieving Brain and more. Links Mentioned Mary-Frances O'Connor The Grieving Brain: The Surprising Science of How We Learn from Love and Loss by Mary-Frances O'Connor A Grief Observed by C.S. Lewis Open to Hope Episode 279: Jessica Richie on Why Self-Help is a Lie, Seasons W…
 
Andrew and Casey are back to discuss all the ailing issues of the NCAA before jumping into the crux of the matter, Brandon Newman's sophomore season. The shooter struggled early and then didn't find the court before having an end of season resurgence, but what can Coach Painter expect for the once sharp shooting, super athlete? Learn more about you…
 
On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, we'll hear a book panel discussion of Chandran Kukathas's book, Immigration and Freedom. Immigration is often seen as a danger to western liberal democracies because it threatens to undermine their fundamental values, most notably freedom and national self-determination. In this book, however, Chandran …
 
The NIL, offseason, transfers, and everything else has been a little rough on the Purdue basketball program. Somehow, their senior point guard touches on every one of those topics and as of right now, his future is still uncertain. Will he back for a second senior season? More importantly, should he? Is it better for him and the program to part way…
 
When it comes to relationship advice, one might not turn to a reality-star-turned-OnlyFans-star for guidance. But our conversation with Bruno—the breakout star of Season 5 of Below Deck and one of OnlyFans biggest content creators—revealed just how much wisdom a life lived while the cameras are on can share with those of us living life in a relatio…
 
Andrew and Casey have some Boilers in the pros to preview. Karlaftis might have landed in the perfect spot. David Bell has the chance to be an impact rookie, and Horvath was a surprise late pick. Plus the guys tell you where they'd want to play in the NFL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Andrew and Casey continue to break down Purdue's 21-22 basketball season. This week, they tackle the tough question of whether Ivey's absurd skill and athleticism was ultimately a let down or will his ability to represent the NBA for the next decade make up for two disappointing losses in March? With football season just ahead of us, if you'd like …
 
In this episode, Caleb talks with AJ Jacobs about his curiosity journey, his book, The Puzzler, and more Links Mentioned AJ Jacobs The Puzzler by AJ Jacobs AJ's Puzzle Challenge The Polymath by Waqas Ahmed Range by David Epstein Episode 148: David Epstein on Debating Malcolm Gladwell, Being a Generalist and How to Learn So You'll Remember…
 
The boys are back to discuss the open wound of NIL money and how the NCAA has probably made a mistake to regulate it. But they could just be bitter because Nijel Pack is gonna be a Hurricane and a whole lot richer and Purdue is left waiting to hear if Eric Hunter Jr. will return for their fifth season. They break down if the NCAA will ever be the s…
 
On this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, Jordan Lofthouse and Dan Shahar discuss Shahar's latest book, Why It's Ok to Eat Meat. Many people say that eating meat is morally wrong and we shouldn’t eat it. This book pushes back against the many arguments that eating meat is immoral or unethical in a respectful and engaging manner. Shahar argues t…
 
In this episode, Caleb talks with Julie Bogart about her book, Raising Critical Thinkers and more. Links Mentioned Julie Bogart Raising Critical Thinkers: A Parent's Guide to Growing Wise Kids in the Digital Age by Julie Bogart The Brave Learner Intersecting Voices: Dilemmas of Gender, Political Philosophy, and Policy by Iris Marion Young Figuring …
 
Andrew and Casey are back to recap and have the tough discussions about seniors whose career ended in disappointment. This time they delay their talks in sake of easter candy discussions before getting into the not so sweet finish to Sasha's final season as a Boilermaker. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
Andrew and Casey are back to discuss Purdue's 2021-22 season one player at a time. Their first review looks at the senior big man who started his career playing as a key bench contributor on an elite eight team, and finished as an All-American coming off the bench on a team that lost in heart breaking fashion in the Sweet Sixteen seed to a #15 seed…
 
In this episode, Caleb talks with Brant Hansen about his book, The Men We Need and more. Links Mentioned Brant Hansen The Men We Need: God's Purpose for the Manly Man, the Avid Indoorsman, or Any Man Willing to Show Up by Brant HansenBy Caleb Mason
 
In this episode, Caleb talks with Christian Edmondson and Chad Brennan about their book, Faithful Antiracism and more. Links Mentioned Christina Edmondson Chad Brennan Faithful Antiracism: Moving Past Talk to Systemic Change by Christina Edmondson and Chad Brennan Race, Religion, and Justice ProjectBy Caleb Mason
 
Andrew and Casey talk millions, the millions and millions being spent on Ross-Ade and Mackey Arena that is. Ledman says the word gander and that seems like something. Eric Hunter Jr. has something to declare. Then they get into the meat of things, the transfers available for Coach Painter and a Purdue team in desperate need of some guard play. Case…
 
We've all heard them. The Ainters. The loyalists, too. This is the definitive Matt Painter discussion as Casey and Andrew go over his career, the teams that had Final Four chances, and the reasons they didn't work out. What can Painter do better? What's his fault and what's not? And why does a certain type of player never seem to thrive at Purdue? …
 
In this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, we'll hear part two of a conversation between Peter Boettke & Rosolino Candela on the science and art of economics. Candela expands upon his vision of property rights and makes his case for why property rights are fundamentally human rights. Additionally, the pair discuss the intellectual direction take…
 
In this episode, Caleb talks with the Executive Director of the Everything Happens Initiative, Jessica Richie, about her book, Good Enough. Links Mentioned Good Enough by Kate Bowler and Jessica Richie The Everything Happens Initiative Everything Happens for a Reason: And Other Lies I've Loved by Kate Bowler No Cure for Being Human: (And Other Trut…
 
Andrew and Casey were both in attendance to see first hand, the devastation of the peacocks. Purdue's loss was a side of history neither would like to share in ever again, but alas, teh show must go on. They break down what it meant for the team, who is to blame, and how it came about. A loss like this somehow confuddles the mind and makes the most…
 
SEASON 3 IS HERE!!!!!!!! You already what time it is, we came back swinging hard on this this one. Took some time off to find more of myself and that I sure did, your host Tyree Roberts and Bryce Roberts bring you back into the world of mens mental health where we start off talking about mental health in the realm of coaching, and more specifically…
 
In this episode of the Hayek Program Podcast, we'll hear part one of a conversation between Peter Boettke & Rosolino Candela on the science and art of economics. Candela draws on his experience from growing up in an immigrant family to discuss how it shaped his views on cultural integration in economics. He goes on to explore why he believes commer…
 
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