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With the writing of the Constitution in 1787, the framers set out a young nation’s highest ideals. And ever since, we’ve been fighting over it — what is in it and what was left out. At the heart of these arguments is the story of America.As a follow-up to the popular Washington Post podcast “Presidential,” reporter Lillian Cunningham returns with this series exploring the Constitution and the people who framed and reframed it — revolutionaries, abolitionists, suffragists, teetotalers, protes ...
 
Produced in partnership with James Madison's Montpelier, Your Weekly Constitutional is a public radio show featuring lively discussion of controversial constitutional topics, from Gay Rights to Gun Rights. Find us on Facebook and iTunes!
 
In Constitutionally Speaking, Jay Cost and Luke Thompson make the case for the average American to study the Constitution. They both think that for citizens to get the most out of their government, it is important for them to understand how the Constitution works. And their hope is that this podcast can serve as a nonpartisan (and fun!) source of information for people of all political persuasions.
 
CONSTITUTION THURSDAY was born out of an idea that I had in February of 2009. As the Tea Party movement was really just starting to percolate, I though it would be cool to have a “Constitutional Coffee Klatch” on a regular basis at a local restaurant or bar where we could eat, drink, read and discuss the Constitution, much as our great-grand-forefathers did. That idea eventually morphed (for a number of reasons) into what was the Afternoons Live Book Guild, but the thought of a pure Constitu ...
 
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Michael Connelly is a retired attorney and a U.S. Army Veteran. He received his Juris Doctorate degree from Louisiana State University in 1973 and practiced law in Baton Rouge, Louisiana for 26 years and currently lives in Canton, Texas. He specialized in Constitutional law during his practice and handled cases involving the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 9th, and 10th Amendments of the Constitution. He currently is the Executive Director of the United States Justice Foundation, a constitutional l ...
 
Produced in partnership with James Madison's Montpelier, Your Weekly Constitutional is a public radio show featuring lively discussion of controversial constitutional topics, from Gay Rights to Gun Rights. Find us on Facebook and iTunes!
 
CONSTITUTION THURSDAY was born out of an idea that I had in February of 2009. As the Tea Party movement was really just starting to percolate, I though it would be cool to have a “Constitutional Coffee Klatch” on a regular basis at a local restaurant or bar where we could eat, drink, read and discuss the Constitution, much as our great-grand-forefathers did. That idea eventually morphed (for a number of reasons) into what was the Afternoons Live Book Guild, but the thought of a pure Constitu ...
 
My Online Radio Program moved to AM Radio August 6, 2011. Since then, we've been on KCAA 1050 AM, and now we are on KMET 1490-AM on Saturdays at 1:00 pm (Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs). Old episodes of Political Pistachio Radio and Constitution Study Radio can be found here. Learn more about Douglas V. Gibbs at www.douglasvgibbs.com or www.politicalpistachio.com
 
We are the only organization that utilizes music, the movies and television – kids’ own works – to inspire Americans of all ages to learn about the U.S. Constitution, by distributing their works through the national media.
 
Podcasts for the public law and legislation component of Intro to Public and Constitutional Law at uOttawa Faculty of Law. These podcasts are a truncated version of a longer podcast series originally found at http://tinyurl.com/jfyd4q9
 
The Constitution has a total of 27 amendments. The first ten, collectively known as the Bill of Rights, were ratified simultaneously. The following seventeen were ratified separately.
 
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Constitutional Radio is on sabbatical until further notice in 2010. The Dame Truth, heard on Monday nights at 8 EST on blogtalkradio will continue to bring constitutional issues and geopolitical discussion to listeners worldwide and remains committed to exposing the Truth to the best of our ability with hard hitting, solid discussion about the U.S. Constitution, our forefathers and how they endure and apply in today's United States.
 
This 1787 document defines the rights and responsibilities of federal government of the United States of America.
 
American history award winning professor teaches homeschool students about current issues with an eye to the US Constitution. Moderated by Felice Gerwitz and taught by Professor Robert Woodrow Wilson. Airs every other week on Wednesday at 1 PM ET – live – catch the archives.
 
The Heartland Institute podcast about the Article V movement and other ways to amend the U.S. Constitution to reduce the power of government and increase individual liberty.
 
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Constitution
 
Current Issues & the Constitution
 
Constitution Radio on KCAA
 
Understand the U.S. Constitution by Separating Fact from Fiction
 
Entertainment at it's Best, Technology at it's Finest!
 
Entertainment at it's Best, Technology at it's Finest!
 
Audio only presentation of the Australian Constitution and other associated documents
 
The Constitution has a total of 27 amendments. The first ten, collectively known as the Bill of Rights, were ratified simultaneously. The following seventeen were ratified separately.(Summary from wikipedia.org)
 
On May 25th, 1787, a group of 55 men gathered for a closed meeting in Philadelphia. Officially, it was being convened to discuss alterations to the then constitution of the United States of America: the Articles of Confederation. Some state legislatures had authorized their representatives to attend the meeting only on this basis, explicitly prohibiting them from considering a new constitution. To make certain that the general public did not find out about the nature of this conspiracy, the ...
 
Loud, fast-talking and deceptively funny, this politically-independent "forward-thinking pragmatist" looks at the events shaping our world through a uniquely American lens. It's smarter than you think, and faster than you expect.
 
The American Constitution Society for Law and Policy is a national organization comprised of lawyers, law students, scholars, judges, policymakers, and other concerned individuals working to ensure that fundamental principles of human dignity, individual rights and liberties, genuine equality, and access to justice enjoy their rightful, central place in American law. The Stanford Law School chapter was founded in 2004 and is one of the largest student chapters in the nation.
 
The Constitution, politics, and current events. Marcus Jay breaks down it all down using the Constitution as his guide. A little history, a little politics, and a healthy dose of foreign policy.
 
Loud, fast-talking and deceptively funny, this politically-independent "forward-thinking pragmatist" looks at the events shaping our world through a uniquely American lens. It's smarter than you think, and faster than you expect.
 
Welcome to the Madison Baxter podcast, where amazing things happen.
 
Constitution Party Talk Radio
 
The Amendments to the Constitution of the USA are a continuously modified document that attempts to secure all basic and other rights for American citizens. The most recent amendment was made in the early 1970's during the Vietnam war; this amendment lowered the voting age to 18.The first ten amendments (A.K.A. the Bill of Rights) was made by the founding fathers shortly after the actual constitution was made. The Bill of Rights covers all those things that the settlers found wrong with the ...
 
Audio-Visual presentation of the Australian Constitution and other associated documents
 
Law and The Constitution - Video
 
Law and The Constitution - Audio
 
In 'The Constitutional' Alex Sloan goes for a walk around the beautiful Australian National University campus with one of the great legal scholars from the ANU College of Law. Along the way they talk about issues that go to the heart of freedom, equality and community. From constitutional recognition to access to justice, take a walk with us and learn something along the way.W: soundcloud.com/theconstitutional
 
SCOTUScast is a project of the Federalist Society for Law & Public Policy Studies. This audio broadcast series provides expert commentary on U.S. Supreme Court cases as they are argued and issued. The Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speaker. We hope these broadcasts, like all of our programming, will serve to stimulate discussion and further exchange regarding important current legal issues. View ou ...
 
The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies is a group of conservatives and libertarians interested in the current state of the legal order. It is founded on the principles that the state exists to preserve freedom, that the separation of governmental powers is central to our Constitution, and that it is emphatically the province and duty of the judiciary to say what the law is, not what it should be. This podcast feed contains audio files of Federalist Society panel discussions ...
 
All free!! All educational. All entertaining. All professionally recorded. No empty rhetoric here. Just entertaining learning. Choose from many different topics from the best talent around the world. Join us for author interviews, new conservative books, audio book excerpts, debating Leftists, lectures, humor, documentaries and much more. Earn your American Conservative Masters Degree Just listen at the feet of some of the worlds greatest Conservative thinkers. If you like our podcast please ...
 
UCL Constitution Unit - Public Seminar Series - Audio
 
The Constitution of Athens (Greek: Ἀθηναίων πολιτεία) was written by Aristotle or his student. The text was lost until discovered in the late 19th century in Egypt. Topics discussed include Solon's legislative reforms abolishing debt slavery and the rise and decline of democracy and tyranny in Athens. (Summary by Geoffrey Edwards)
 
UCL Constitution Unit - Public Seminar Series - Video
 
Conservative Nation Radio is dedicated to bringing you real Conservative talk shows with topics you won't commonly find in the main stream media.
 
Mark Levin has become one of the hottest properties in Talk radio, his top-rated show on WABC is now syndicated nationally. He is also one of the top new authors in the conservative political arena.
 
A conservative on the watchtower of freedom and liberty.
 
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2016 Summer Schedule: Sunday’s 1800-2000 (6pm-8pm) centralTH: 1900-2200 (7-10pm) centralWe are growing and by word of mouth only! Join my tens of listeners and find out what we are all about. We take the thought’s of the Founders & Framers, the Organic Guiding Documents of our Founding, & what we have learned from History and apply it to the current events of our lives.Freedom Studies 101: UGP Radio is your school for Remedial Conservative Studies. Come explore the depths & values of a free ...
 
The latest news and analysis about key cases and critical arguments before the Supreme Court. (Updated periodically)
 
Join hosts Premo Mondone and Ken Brown for a look at the world from a decidedly Red State point of view.
 
Subscribe to KrisAnne Halls Liberty First podcast and join the growing number of people choosing to make the restoration of our country's liberties their personal responsibility. Get news, information & analysis you can use from one of the country's preeminent Constitutional attorneys and outspoken critic of tyranny in any form.
 
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Use this plan to see 27 top sights in Washington, D.C. over the course of five days of visiting world-class attractions. Suggestions for dining and advance planning, as well as ideas for modifying the plan if you have more or less time to spend in Washington, D.C. are included. Click on the audio bar at the end of this post to listen to the acc ...…
 
Charles Swift is director of the Dallas-based Constitutional Law Center for Muslims in America. He led the defense team in the month-long Orlando trial of Noor Salman, the widow of Pulse nightclub shooter Omar Mateen. Swift has an enviable record of success in securing justice for unpopular clients. As a Navy judge advocate general, Swift was a ...…
 
When Donald Trump took the oath office to protect the U.S. Constitution and the American people, he was saddled with the same no-win situation in Syria Barack Obama struggled with. Having to choose between hawkish elements in the GOP seeking an escalation of efforts at any cost and the non-interventionist who just wanted to GTFO of Dodge, Donal ...…
 
Conversations host Harry Kreisler welcomes David Cole, National Legal Director of the American Civil Liberties Union for a discussion of two of his ten books-- his first book, No Equal Justice, and his most recent, Engines of Liberty. The conversation begins with his reflections on his formative years and the skill set and temperament appropria ...…
 
What’s up everyone! On today’s episode we talk to Vaughn, AKA “The ManSpot” from Salt Lake City, Utah. Join Vaughn and I as we talk about his humble upbringing in Idaho. Growing up with teachers as parents shaped Vaughn into the hard working American Badass he is today! Listen in as we talk about Vaughn’s 2017 deer season and learn how he has b ...…
 
Today Jeff visits with integralist Tom Curren, who has launched a new non-profit initiative with the goal to Change the Rules of the American political system. Tom has identified four structural problems in American politics that exacerbate the electorate’s most tribal impulses: How the election system sorts for a “lesser of two evils” choice W ...…
 
Michael Cembalest discusses his annual energy paper, Pascal’s Wager, the argument that belief makes more sense than disbelief when the worst outcome is a total loss. He tackles the reality behind climate goals & decarbonization, electric vehicles, academics’ view on the renewable energy future, & a twist on the US Electoral College. Michael is ...…
 
A bipartisan effort to repeal the death penalty fell short in the Washington Legislature this year. But a separate effort to overturn the state's capital punishment statute through the courts is ongoing. The constitutional challenge to the death penalty in Washington involves the case of Allen Eugene Gregory , 45, who was sentenced to die for t ...…
 
Despite an imminent war with Syria, we focus on what really matters. Namely, Cardi B got butt injections from some random dude in his garage, Bill Cosby was attacked by a topless woman who looks like the cover of the Funkadelic album “Maggot Brain,” and the FBI has decided to overturn the Constitution because Trump may have slept with a porn st ...…
 
Essay 36 – The Great Debates – The Nineteenth Amendment – by Cleta Mitchell by Constituting America
 
SABC News and Current Affairs — DA leader, Mmusi Maimane says he is happy with the party's adoption of the resolution on Land Reform. He says there is nothing wrong with "section 25" of the constitution because it stipulates that people must own land in their own will. Maimane told the media after the party's national congress in Pretoria that ...…
 
Do we have a Constitutional right to Revolution? Steve Bartlett is a board certified criminal trial attorney who has made a career fighting for the rights of the underdog against the powerful. Join Steve in fighting back against injustice in the political and legal justice systems.
 
In this abbreviated episode of the At the Point podcast, Nick and Noah (mostly Noah) clear off an entire chalkboard and try to figure out just what constitutes goaltender interference. Nick also catches you up on the latest news regarding the homestretch of the regular season.
 
Topics include:-- Blockchain and the advantages it provides to entrepreneurs.-- Over-regulation in the pharmaceutical and medicinal industries.-- How blockchain, the message of liberty and feminism all come together.About the Guests:Cindy Chin, CEO CLC Advisors. LLC. CLC Advisors, LLC is a firm of trusted advisors and management consultants foc ...…
 
Adam Winkler is a professor at UCLA School of Law and an expert on the Constitution. On the podcast, they discuss the left’s attack on the founding document. They also explore some of the language in the Constitution, considering the historical time of the Founders and its application now.They differentiate between individual liberties and the ...…
 
Understand how the Declaration of Independence, The Articles of Confederation and the Northwest Ordinance are still relevant and alive today. Three of the Four Organic Laws of The United States of AmericaDoes a President need a formal Declaration of War to cross a County's borderHow are assault rifles and background checks resonating with Const ...…
 
George Romney was only governor of Michigan for six years, but he was one of the most important figures in our modern political history. He was the moving force behind our current State constitution. He had the brains to recognize that a modern industrial state needed a state income tax, and the guts to fight to get one enacted.…
 
Published on 02 Jun 2016. On the inaugural episode of More Perfect, we explore three little words embedded in the 8th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution: “cruel and unusual.” The Supreme Court has continually grappled with what these words mean, especially as they pertain to one of our most hot button issues as a country: the death penalty.…
 
Due to some technical difficulties we were not able to publish the sermon aspect of this mornings service. But the audio does constitute of the time of worship through song. To watch the video of the sermon, you can visit the Facebook page.
 
The ACLU is committed to civil rights and civil liberties issue. David Cole, National Legal Director of the ACLU and Georgetown law professor, explores what Trump's first year as president tells us about about constitutional law and the future of civil liberties and civil rights in the United States. David Cole was named Legal Director of the A ...…
 
The ACLU is committed to civil rights and civil liberties issue. David Cole, National Legal Director of the ACLU and Georgetown law professor, explores what Trump's first year as president tells us about about constitutional law and the future of civil liberties and civil rights in the United States. David Cole was named Legal Director of the A ...…
 
The ACLU is committed to civil rights and civil liberties issue. David Cole, National Legal Director of the ACLU and Georgetown law professor, explores what Trump's first year as president tells us about about constitutional law and the future of civil liberties and civil rights in the United States. David Cole was named Legal Director of the A ...…
 
The ACLU is committed to civil rights and civil liberties issue. David Cole, National Legal Director of the ACLU and Georgetown law professor, explores what Trump's first year as president tells us about about constitutional law and the future of civil liberties and civil rights in the United States. David Cole was named Legal Director of the A ...…
 
The ACLU is committed to civil rights and civil liberties issue. David Cole, National Legal Director of the ACLU and Georgetown law professor, explores what Trump's first year as president tells us about about constitutional law and the future of civil liberties and civil rights in the United States. David Cole was named Legal Director of the A ...…
 
The ACLU is committed to civil rights and civil liberties issue. David Cole, National Legal Director of the ACLU and Georgetown law professor, explores what Trump's first year as president tells us about about constitutional law and the future of civil liberties and civil rights in the United States. David Cole was named Legal Director of the A ...…
 
Stories on Newsradio today, Friday, March 30, 2018: Students are driving teachers off social media. Whooping cough is on the rise. Public are willing to pay for improved water quality. The Wall St. Journal warns President Trump The EPA wants to dump gas mileage regs. A ruling by a federal judge has opened the door to immigrants. USDA has zero p ...…
 
Whiting argues that a so-called "pardon dangle," if done with corrupt motive, could very well constitute obstruction of justice
 
Timothy Meyer (Vanderbilt Law) explains how Congress' near-plenary power over international trade gradually shifted to the executive branch, and argues that domestic economic and political conditions recommend a return to the Constitution's original, legislative-centered trade power alignment.
 
It's our 100th episode (THANK YOU!!) and it's a saucy one. We disagree on what constitutes actual sex. Sandy gives us an update on being a Maid Of Honor for the first time(she hasn't been fired yet), Marcus talks about what it's like to live in a beach town when the weather is nice (he lives in Half Moon Bay) and how disrespectful and messy peo ...…
 
Welcome to episode 73 of the Commercial Real Estate Podcast! Your host Craig Melby has a real lease disaster to tell us about today. When Craig picked up the phone last week he got a request to look over a lease. He’s always happy to help with a lease so he looked it over, and he saw a few red flags right away. The interesting thing, though, is ...…
 
Episode twenty-three of The Tragic School Bus, a podcast where Sage and Sarah review, rate, and revisit cartoons both classic and modern.CodeName Kids Next Door! They’re a group of kids just trying to stop the grown ups from taking over the world. There’s gadgets, covert ops, and kids figuring out about bras for the first time, what’s not to li ...…
 
Since its debut, Isle of Dogs has been met with controversy over the question of the film's cultural appropriation and seemingly inexplicable setting in a future Japan. Our film critic, Justin Chang (@JustinCChang), tackled this problem and eloquently asked in his review, "does this white American filmmaker's highly selective, idiosyncratic ren ...…
 
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