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A five-time Emmy winning SNL comedy writer/producer, joins a four-time #1 NYT bestselling author, a three-time highest-rated national progressive radio host, a two-time Grammy winning artist, and a former US Senator. So, it gets a little crowded in the booth when Al talks public policy and sometimes political comedy with notable guests. Think “The Daily” without the resources of the NYTimes.
 
In 2016, Donald Trump conspired with a foreign government to become President of the United States. On July 25, 2019, with the 2020 election around the corner, he decided to do it again. The first time around, it was collusion, aiding and abetting Russia’s attack on American democracy. The second time, it was extortion, demanding the Ukrainian government manufacture dirt on Trump’s political opponents in exchange for help the country needs to fend off a Russian invasion and chart a democrati ...
 
Add Passion and Stir: Big Chefs, Big Ideas is the weekly Share Our Strength podcast about people who are changing the world. Each week, Billy Shore, the founder and chairman of Share Our Strength, has a conversation with a guest from the culinary world and an industry thought leader creating a thought-provoking discussion. As much as food has become a source of pleasure and celebration, it’s amazing how food is central to our health, environment, educational achievement, sustainability, and ...
 
This is an election year unlike any other in ways that are unsettling and dangerous. Unconventional Threat brings together exclusive interviews with newsmakers about everything that can happen between now and Inauguration Day, when it's possible we may still not have chosen a President. Journalist Peter Eisner and longtime State Department official Jonathan Winer will outline all the possibilities, including: the use of the military; uncounted ballots; and one scenario where the House of Rep ...
 
Noted astronomer Andrew Farknoi answers questions about the August 21 solar eclipse. Where can you see it? What's the safest way to watch it? What is going on during a solar eclipse? Why are they so rare? Why the kind of total eclipse we see on earth is a billion to one shot and rare among planets in the universe? Why some day the eclipse won't be total. Why does the eclipse path seem to move the opposite direction of the sun? What will happen and what won't happen. Where to get the special ...
 
"District Queen" is a sexy crime drama series about Margo, a young flight attendant, who has grown tired of her mundane life but soon finds adventure in an exciting mysterious man. District Queen was created/executive produced by Akiya McKnight and written/direct by Zell Gaymon. Starring @MikiaJeter @PhoenixWashington @KhalimahG @ToyaMNelson Follow @districtqueenpod for all updates. #DistrictQueen
 
The Emily Show is a fresh take on legal commentary, breaking down the law behind the news and pop culture stories you want to talk about, with sass and cursey words. This is where the law nerds unite through a mutual love of facts. Of course, it wouldn’t be an Emily D. Baker product if there weren’t some (ok many) stories from her 10 plus years as a Deputy District Attorney and from the trenches helping clients build their businesses. You can find Emily and the Law Nerds on YouTube www.Watch ...
 
Frederick Douglass published his highly acclaimed third autobiography, Life and Times of Frederick Douglass, in 1881 and revised it in 1892. The emancipation of American slaves during and following the American Civil War enabled him to relate in this volume more details of his life as a slave and his escape from slavery than he could in his two previous autobiographies, which would have put him and his family in danger. It is the only Douglass autobiography to discuss his life during and aft ...
 
Join hosts Lon Seidman & Tim Street for a weekly look at the monetization of YouTube, web series, transmedia, eBooks, podcasts, independent film and digital content across interactive platforms and connected devices with special guest interviews from Emmy Award winning writers, producers, directors and independent content creators from Hollywood and around the world.
 
Go behind the scenes of a PreK - 8th grade charter school in Santa Fe, New Mexico making decisions around whether to open school for in-person learning and how to do so amid a global pandemic. Set at Turquoise Trail Charter School, the state's oldest and fourth largest charter school, you'll meet teachers and administrators who are grappling with how to walk the fine line between public health and public policy during an historic moment in time. As a charter school, Turquoise Trail is able t ...
 
Triage: Rapid Legal Lessons for Busy Health Care Professionals has been created by K&L Gates to convey information about developments in health law through short podcasts. If you work in the health care industry, you have grown accustomed to frequent changes in laws and regulations. On some days, it may seem like an insurmountable task to keep up with every change, especially as a new presidential administration and new policies take shape. The K&L Gates Health Care practice will regularly c ...
 
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In this very special episode of Add Passion and Stir, host Billy Shore discusses the Biden Administration's commitment to ending hunger in America. And, we revisit our conversation with chef and advocate Kwame Onwuachi. Award-winning Washington DC chef Kwame Onwuachi (formerly of Kith/Kin) talks to Billy Shore about the how the crisis of COVID-19 a…
 
‘That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet’ -Shakespeare. Bridal Couture company JLM Couture has sued one of its most popular designers, Hayley Paige, for ownership of her name and her social media accounts including TikTok, Instagram, and Pinterest. Shortly after the complaint was filed in this case JLM Couture asked for a p…
 
In honor of the life and legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Rev. Jim Wallis and Most Rev. Michael Curry, the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, discuss our current political and moral crisis, whose antecedents are even longer than the very history of our country itself. Wallis and Curry share King's vision of a beloved community and …
 
How has the role of the media changed over the last four years? CNN anchor and chief Washington correspondent Jake Tapper joins Billy Shore to talk about journalism, politics and his work in support of causes like No Kid Hungry and military veterans. “We’re in a war over facts. Right now, two of the biggest stories are about that - people who deny …
 
True wisdom comes to each of us when we realize how little we understand about life, ourselves, and the world around us.” – Socrates So much has changed over the last week, we are here to talk about it. Talking about what is happening around us shouldn’t require people picking sides. That is why the Law Nerds are such a powerful community who are h…
 
Welcome to The Emily Show! Season 3! It was time for a little bit of a new vibe over here. This week I talk about why there is a change from Get Legit Law & Sh!t to The Emily Show, the direction of the show and a bit about where the election stood as of the recording of this episode...you know....before everything gets wild. Connect With Me Join th…
 
Roman Catholic sister, author, and social justice advocate, Helen Prejean speaks with Rev. Jim Wallis about the recent and upcoming executions of federal death row inmates by the Trump administration. Sister Prejean shares how she became one of the pioneering leaders in the movement to abolish the death penalty. She tells her 30-year journey and ho…
 
This week’s episode is taken from the second installment of the Conversations on Food Justice, a collaboration between Share Our Strength and the Aspen Institute’s Food and Society Program. Congresswoman Chellie Pingree (ME-1) moderates the discussion, which features former Obama Administration Secretary of Education (and current Education Trust Pr…
 
2020 has been a wild year. So let’s take a look back at a few different categories. The stories that captivated us this year Things I loved this year Things that confused me this year Things I let go of in 2020 My January Reset Resources Audible Trial → http://www.audibletrial.com/GetLegit *This is an affiliate link for your free trial, new members…
 
Reclaiming Jesus Now with Jim Wallis is a ten-episode podcast series on the themes of Jim Wallis’ new book, Christ in Crisis: Why We Need to Reclaim Jesus. Wallis is joined by two voices from a rising generation of activists, William Matthews and Allison Trowbridge, who seek to reconcile their own spiritual journeys with the spiritual and political…
 
Check Out my streaming service StreamYard! HTTPS://www.emilydbaker.com/streamyard It's almost the end of 2020 and so much has changed for all of us. It was amazing to sit down and answer all your questions. From Law & Life to ADHD and Skin Care you asked amazing questions. I love the Law Nerd community so much and I hope you enjoy this episode as m…
 
In this week’s episode, Gina Bertolini discusses two important aspects of the CMS Interoperability and Patient Access Final Rule that directly relate to health care providers, and how those aspects of the Final Rule will intersect with health care providers’ obligations under the ONC Information Blocking Rule. Specifically, Gina discusses CMS’ publ…
 
Why is it so important to restore Native American autonomy? Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Nicholas Kristof and Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health Director Allison Barlow join host Billy Shore to talk about poverty, education, and the struggle for social justice in Native American communities. “The Bureau of Indian Education schools…
 
So much has happened since last week. Tom Girardi & Erika Jayne have had their assets frozen by a Federal Court. That same Judge referred the case for criminal investigation and the US Attorney’s office has moved the court for documents to be released to their office. If that wasn’t enough a new judgment was entered against Tom for $7.5 Million and…
 
On this week’s episode, Carla DewBerry and Sarah Carlins discuss a recent California Federal District Court decision in David Wit v. United Behavioral Health, in which the court found that the defendant insurer violated ERISA by improperly denying behavioral health claims submitted by over fifty thousand beneficiaries. The presenters discuss the wa…
 
Rev. Jim Wallis speaks with Rev. Wes Granberg-Michaelson about his latest book, Without Oars: Casting Off Into a Life of Pilgrimage. Rev. Wes Granberg-Michaelson shares ways people of faith can embrace the journey through the unknown and the uncomfortable as a way of life. "We are so prone to planning and control, to wanting outcomes. But there are…
 
How can science inspire better cooking? James Beard award-winning food writer J. Kenji López-Alt joins Billy Shore to talk about what drew him to explore the science behind cooking, finding his voice as a writer, and his two New York Times bestselling books. “Some people think cooking with science is the opposite of cooking with soul. I think it’s …
 
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member Erika Jayne first caught our attention with eye-popping club music like Pretty Mess, Painkiller, and How Many Fu*ks. She has been on RHBH since 2015. Her husband is well-known attorney Tom Girardi who had numerous billion-dollar wins and settlements and whose PG&E case was made famous in the movie Erin B…
 
We are wrapping this season of "The Hypothesis" with an interview with New Mexico Secretary of Education, Dr. Ryan Stewart, regarding governance of an entire state's education programme during this global pandemic. This podcast, over 11 episodes, has focused on the challenge of governance and leadership at a school that, as a charter school, has th…
 
In this episode of Triage, Andrew Ruskin and Victoria Hamscho provide an update on recent developments in the 340B Program and, in particular, on two recent legal challenges covered entities brought in response to drug manufacturer contract pharmacy actions where they are requesting, among other things, for the Health Resources and Services Adminis…
 
How do each of us measure success? Bigger Bolder Baking chef and host Gemma Stafford talks with Billy Shore about her career, what it was like to host an online Bake-A-Thon for No Kid Hungry, and how her views on success have changed during the pandemic. “We’ve been very fortunate with Bigger Bolder Baking and we wanted to give back… It was really …
 
In a lengthy ruling in the Johnny Depp v. The Sun UK case a Judge rules against Johnny Depp determining that the Sun’s statement that Johnny Depp was a ‘wife beater’ was substantially true and therefore the Libel case was denied. Depp has been ordered to pay the Attorney Fee’s for The Sun UK, the ruling Judge has denied an application for an appeal…
 
The most important component of a lesson is often the first one to go in this virtual context. In this episode, I am joined by TTCS teacher Mark Kolokoff to discuss what is happening in class if it isn't independent practice, and how to think about moving forward. Brought to you by Protect the Pack Productions at Turquoise Trail Charter School in S…
 
In this very special bonus episode of Unconventional Threat. hosts Jonathan Winer and Peter Eisner sit down with Senate Judiciary Committee member Sheldon Whitehouse. Sen. Whitehouse discusses the corrosive effects of Dark Money on the integrity of our elections, the effect of the tilt in the makeup of the Supreme Court, and the dangers of misinfor…
 
Since last week shit has popped off! I really didn’t want to cover the election lawsuits again. But it’s as crazy as Suenami 2020 and even though most of the lawsuits have been dismissed it hasn’t stopped the Trump legal team from leveraging massive allegations, then disavowing one of their own. I don’t even know how to summarize it. I am frustrate…
 
In this episode, we spend a moment with a person who became a part of our school community in Santa Fe from all the way in Bangalore, India because of the pandemic. Geared toward young people who might be feeling the drone of repetition, this is a reminder that creative and connective moments can happen anywhere and at any time as long as you are o…
 
In this episode, Rebecca Schaefer and Victoria Hamscho discuss the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic on university research programs and public policy projections for a potential federal response. The presenters are joined by Robin Cyr, Vice Provost for Research Administration at Northeastern University, who shares her frontline perspective a…
 
Rev. Jim Wallis speaks with Rev. Brenda Salter McNeil about her latest book, Becoming Brave. McNeil shares how to find the courage to pursue racial justice now and her leadership in the church during the Black Lives Matter movement. "This conversation is not a national conversation we're having, it's a global conversation," McNeil says. "And the wh…
 
On this week’s episode, John Lawrence, Leah Richardson, and John Rothermich discuss compliance requirements associated with federal funding provided to health care providers through the CARES Act Provider Relief Fund, as well as the potential for forthcoming enforcement actions under the Federal False Claims Act (FCA). In particular, the presenters…
 
This week’s episode is an excerpt from Conversations on Food Justice, a collaboration between Share Our Strength and the Aspen Institute’s Food and Society Program designed to examine the roots and evolution of the food movement and how it intersects with race and class, as well as health, educational, and environmental inequities. Human rights act…
 
Trump Election Lawsuits There is a lot happening in the election...still. I am breaking down the current lawsuits that are being waged in multiple states….you know, still. This episode was recorded before two different courts in Pennsylvania ruled against the Trump campaign in their allegations that vote counting was not properly observed and that …
 
In this week’s episode, Kenneth Kennedy discusses FDA’s ongoing focus on the issuance of warning letters to firms marketing fraudulent COVID-19 products, and to manufacturers who have failed to meet certain requirements under applicable FDA Emergency Use Authorizations (EUAs), as well as what manufacturers and health care providers alike can learn …
 
How do you get kids from juvenile detention on track for success? Chef and Café Momentum Executive Director Chad Houser talks with Billy Shore about building a new model for juvenile justice that develops career and life skills to overcome recidivism and reincarceration. “The juvenile justice industry calls them ‘throw-away’ youth. We need to be pu…
 
I can't believe it's been a year since I launched the Get Legit Law & Sh!t podcast. You have been with me as the show has grown and as I have grown. I have moved from Los Angeles to Middle Tennessee. In the last few weeks, everything has shifted as our community on YouTube has grown. The enjoyment of breaking down the law & shit that governs our li…
 
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