Best federalist podcasts we could find (Updated January 2018)
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Federalist Society SCOTUScast
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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 ...
 
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The Federalist Radio Hour
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The Federalist Radio Hour features a conversation on culture, religion, and politics with the editors and writers of The Federalist web magazine. Hosted by Ben Domenech with regular guests Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi, the show takes on controversies in America from a contrarian point of view.
 
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Federalist Society Event Audio
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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 ...
 
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The Federalist Papers by Alexander Hamilton
 
In order to promote the ratification of the United States Constitution in the late 1780s, Alexander Hamilton, James Madison and John Hay wrote a series of 85 articles and essays explaining their reasons to support the constitution. Most of these articles were published in The Independent Journal and The New York Packet and they later became known as “The Federalist Papers.” In reading the articles, one will encounter very interesting issues like Hamilton’s opposition to including the Bill of ...
 
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The Paperless Federalists
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Join Justin and Cary as they informally discuss each of the 85 Federalist Papers by ripping away the complex language to Monday morning quarterback Hamilton, Madison, and Jay. A podcast for American history buffs and armchair constitutional scholars. New episodes released every other Sunday.
 
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Federalist Society Practice Groups Podcasts
 
This series of podcasts features experts who analyze the latest developments in the legal and policy world. The podcasts are in the form of monologues, podcast debates or panel discussions and vary in length. The Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speakers. We hope these broadcasts, like all of our programming, will serve to stimulate discussion and further exchange regarding important current legal is ...
 
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Anti-Federalist Papers, The by HENRY, Patrick
 
During the period of debate over the ratification of the Constitution, numerous independent local speeches and articles were published all across the country. Initially, many of the articles in opposition were written under pseudonyms, such as "Brutus", "Centinel", and "Federal Farmer". Eventually, famous revolutionary figures such as Patrick Henry came out publicly against the Constitution. They argued that the strong national government proposed by the Federalists was a threat to the right ...
 
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The Paperless Federalists
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Join Justin and Cary as they informally discuss each of the 85 Federalist Papers by ripping away the complex language to Monday morning quarterback Hamilton, Madison, and Jay. A podcast for American history buffs and armchair constitutional scholars. New episodes released every other Sunday.
 
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Federalist Papers, The by Various Authors
 
The Federalist Papers (correctly known as The Federalist) are a series of 85 articles advocating the ratification of the United States Constitution. Seventy-seven of the essays were published serially in The Independent Journal and The New York Packet between October 1787 and August 1788 . A compilation of these and eight others, called The Federalist, was published in 1788 by J. and A. M’Lean. The Federalist Papers serve as a primary source for interpretation of the Constitution, as they ou ...
 
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The Federalist Papers
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The Federalist Papers are a series of 85 articles advocating the ratification of the United States Constitution. Seventy-seven of the essays were published serially in The Independent Journal and The New York Packet between October 1787 and August 1788.
 
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Federalist Society Faculty Division Podcasts
 
This audio broadcast series provides commentary by authors and others on important new books and works of legal scholarship. As always, 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 on the topics they address.
 
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The Federalist Radio Hour
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The Federalist Radio Hour features a conversation on culture, religion, and politics with the editors and writers of The Federalist web magazine. Hosted by Ben Domenech with regular guests Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi, the show takes on controversies in America from a contrarian point of view.
 
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The Federalist Radio Hour
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The Federalist Radio Hour features a conversation on culture, religion, and politics with the editors and writers of The Federalist web magazine. Hosted by Ben Domenech with regular guests Mollie Hemingway and David Harsanyi, the show takes on controversies in America from a contrarian point of view.
 
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Necessary & Proper Podcast
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Necessary & Proper is the official podcast of the Federalist Society's Article I Initiative. The Framers of the Constitution intended the legislature to be the most powerful branch of government. In its present state, as the government operates on a day to day basis, it is not. Were the Founders simply wrong about the inherent powers of the legislative branch? Has the institution of Congress developed practices that are not compatible with the text of the Constitution? Why are current Congre ...
 
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RTP's Free Lunch Podcast
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The Regulatory Transparency Project (RTP) seeks to identify and bring attention to the excesses of the administrative state in this country. All too often, over-regulation of the economy stifles innovation, productivity, opportunity and ultimately, the American Dream. We want people to look at regulations which are burdensome and extremely inefficient and not simply submit to them as the cost of doing business but, rather, look for real and concrete ways to change them for the better. The RT ...
 
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Michael Scherer Voice
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Thomas Jefferson
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One of the most disputed figures in American History, Jefferson was a central figure in the Revolutionary, Federalist, and Jeffersonian era. David Muzzey captures the character of Jefferson in a way few biographers have.
 
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Constitution and Culture
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Susan Swift and Dan Wright discuss current events and politics. Susan has a political background, and has written for Politichicks and other well known sites. Meanwhile, Dan possesses a huge dose of common sense and federalist values. When the two of them sit down at the table, it’s anyone’s guess as to where the topics will go.
 
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Historical Newspaper Articles, Volume 1 by VARIOUS
 
Public Domain newspaper articles in the US span a period of nearly two and a half centuries. Subjects, styles, period, publisher, and length vary greatly. This collection is a sampling of twenty such articles including one from the Journal de Paris. Although some of the works on the LibriVox catalog such as the Federalist Papers were published in newspapers, this is the first collection of newspaper articles. (Summary by James Smith).
 
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Teleforum
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This series of podcasts features experts who analyze the latest developments in the legal and policy world. The podcasts are in the form of monologues, podcast debates or panel discussions and vary in length. The Federalist Society takes no position on particular legal or public policy issues; all expressions of opinion are those of the speakers. We hope these broadcasts, like all of our programming, will serve to stimulate discussion and further exchange regarding important current legal is ...
 
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Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco And Friends
 
A roundtable, cable-news style discussion of current events, politics, and popular culture from a conservative perspective. Hosted by RedState.com's own Leon Wolf, and featuring his regular cohosts Scott Lincicome of the Cato Institute, Neal Dewing of The Federalist, F. Bill McMorris of the Washington Free Beacon, and Jay Caruso of Pocket Full of Liberty, the ATF guys bring a little class and even less knowledge to the darkest corners of the Internet.
 
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Alexander Hamilton by CONANT, Charles A.
 
Alexander Hamilton was a significant figure in the political and economic development of the early United States. He served in the American Revolutionary War and became an aide to General George Washington. He was one of the authors (along with John Jay and James Madison) of a series of essays know as The Federalist Papers, which were written in support of the ratification of the proposed Constitution. Scholars and others still refer to these essays to this day for interpretation of the Cons ...
 
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March of Liberty Radio
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March of Liberty and our Heritage Training social community are dedicated to views from a Constitutional perspective. The thunder is that grassroots sound we hear surrounding key areas impacting our daily lives. There are countless people who are fighting for their causes and clinging to the remains of an unprecedented experiment. The experiment was first brought to life over 220 years ago by 55 enlightened men and the results of their thunder are truly inspirational. Their experiment, the F ...
 
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The Paperless Federalists
 
Mr. Hamilton once again argues for a stronger federal government relative to the state governments. Justin and Cary welcome everyone to 2018. The guys return to their feuding ways, and debate the importance of this paper in the modern world.
 
Hello again. Tonight is Federalist # 12, which is all about Revenue. Or in other words, tax collecting. Naturally this one is written by Alexander Hamilton, the banker. He founded the Bank of New York. Later on, President George Washington appointed him as the first Secretary of the Treasury, and in that capacity he also founded the first Bank ...…
 
FRED FLEITZ, Senior VP for Policy and Programs at CSP, Former CIA Analyst, Former Chief of Staff for Amb. John Bolton in the State Dept.: Why President Trump must kill the JCPOASanctions relief is not the answer for IranConsequences of the Corker-Cardin Bill ROWAN SCARBOROUGH, National Security Reporter at The Washington Times, Author of “Rumsf ...…
 
On Monday, January 8, ExxonMobil filed a petition to depose officials of the cities and counties in California that are suing to hold Exxon liable for necessary infrastructure improvements and damages caused by the effects of global climate change. Exxon’s filing alleges that these California jurisdictions that previously asserted their imminen ...…
 
A current lawsuit in federal court in Nevada is endeavoring to stop a recall election for several Nevada Senators. The lawsuit argues that recall elections necessarily violate Section 2 of the Voting Rights Act because racial and language minority Americans pay less attention to public issues and have a harder time participating in a second ele ...…
 
On Thursday, January 4th, Attorney General Jeff Sessions withdrew a Justice Department memo issued in 2013 by the Obama Department of Justice that told federal prosecutors to focus on prosecuting marijuana dealers who sold to children, committed violence, and did their business in states that had not legalized marijuana, rather than those state ...…
 
Hello again and welcome to Federalist #10. You may remember I mentioned I'd be recording this the same night as #9. I was startled to notice that #9, "The Union as a Safeguard Against Domestic Faction and Insurrection" was written by Hamilton, and was rather intellectual. But #10, "The Same Subject Continued" came from James Madison, who seems ...…
 
I have edited Federalist 38 to make it easier to understand.
 
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Painless Primary Docs
 
Edited version of Robert Yates' Anti-Federalist paper.
 
On the day he was to resign, former CFPB Director Richard Cordray appointed his former Chief of Staff Leandra English to deputy director. The Dodd-Frank Act states that the deputy director is to “serve as acting Director in the absence or unavailability of the Director.” That day, President Trump appointed Office of Management and Budget Direct ...…
 
The Obama administration was aggressive in its use of the “disparate impact” approach to civil-rights enforcement, which holds that policies that have a different statistical result for various demographic groups are illegally discriminatory even if they are neutral by their terms, in their intent, and in their application. One example is in th ...…
 
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Teleforum
 
Recent developments have lead to the Logan Act resurfacing in the news. The Act was enacted in 1799 and prohibits unathorized persons from engaging in negotiations with foreign state officals. It has never been used to successfully prosecute anyone in the United States, though prosecution was attempted twice, in 1803 and 1852, before charges we ...…
 
On December 11, a Ninth Circuit panel heard argument in San Francisco in an unusual appellate proceeding that presents the question whether the U.S. Constitution provides judicially enforceable protection to individual citizens against governmental actions that are alleged to cause or contribute to climate change.In June, the U.S. Department of ...…
 
W. Bradford Wilcox is Director of the National Marriage Project at the University of Virginia, Professor of Sociology, and Senior Fellow at the Institute for Family Studies. Wilcox shares his research on marriage, families, and how the structure of both impact economics, class divides, and individual success. "We do know that when it comes to y ...…
 
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Friday, December 15, 20174:20 pm: Chris Chmielenski, Director of Content and Activism for Numbers USA, joins the show to discuss a new series of advertisements the group is running in opposition to chain migration4:35 pm: David French of National Review joins Rod to discuss how Iraq’s prime minister declared vi ...…
 
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Five Things I Read This Week
 
We're going into some controversial territory today on the podcast. I haven't done this for a while, but there are things we need to talk about despite the fact that they might make people somewhat uncomfortable. 1. Why I'm Nervous about Driverless Cars by Russell Moore from RussellMoore.com 2. Ex-Facebook VP: Social Media Destroying Society wi ...…
 
Beltway Banthas is all about bringing people together--so this week we did just that. Past guests of the show, GOP pollster Kristen Soltis Anderson (host of The Pollsters Podcast), Ben Domenech (The Federalist), Tamara Keith & Scott Detrow (NPR Politics) gathered at the Arlington library in Virginia to share their love of Star Wars.…
 
Stephen Kent is a Star Wars expert and host of the politics and Star Wars podcast, "Beltway Banthas." Kent discusses his expectations and predictions for the new Star Wars film coming out this week, "The Last Jedi." Don't worry, no spoilers here! "I'm excited to see a little more human and down-to-earth Luke." Kent said. "Ryan Johnson is an art ...…
 
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The No Gimmicks Podcast
 
Erielle Davidson from The Federalist joined the podcast this week! We talked Trump's Jerusalem announcement, Congressional resignations, and much more. Follow Erielle on Twitter @politicalelle @nogimmickspod @bradyleonard @josiahthehughes
 
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Five Things I Read This Week
 
Christianity has always been countercultural, and that's what we're going to talk about on the show today. We hold a lot of positions that are rapidly falling out of favor in American culture, and as a result, we have to be prepared for the reality that our life is going to look a little bit different than that of our neighbor. Maybe in the pas ...…
 
Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown - Wednesday, December 6, 20174:20 pm: GOP consultant Rick Wilson, also a columnist with The Daily Beast, joins the show to discuss why he says Mitt Romney should shove Senator Orrin Hatch aside and run for Senate in an attempt to help the GOP reclaim the party from Donald Trump4:35 pm: Brett Scharffs, Director of ...…
 
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justin_aptaker on Narro
 
A battle for the future of conservatism is in effect being fought between anti-Trump conservatives—those who, like Eliot A. Cohen, David Frum, and Stuart Stevens, see him as a sinister mountebank who is destroying true conservative principles—and pro-Trump conservatives associated with the Claremont Institute, which for years has been discussin ...…
 
On December 5th, The Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado CRC. The case, one of the most highly publicized of the term, involves questions of religious liberty, expressive acts, and compelled speech.Two men, Charlie Craig and David Mullins, were planning their wedding and sought a wedding cake from Jack Phi ...…
 
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History in the House
 
The major events in the Presidency of John Adams and why the Federalist Party died out.
 
EPISODE 491 >NON-MEMBER PAY PER DOWNLOAD< SEGMENT 3 FEATURES AN INTERVIEW WITH Peter Kwasniewski Mandeville, LA – Trump Just Reversed The Great Land Snatch of 2012 – http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5144171/Trump-virtually-abolish-Bears-Ears-National-Monument.html On The 3rd Day of Advent Mitter Savior Gave To Me – If you take notice, Ad ...…
 
Nicole Russell, The Federalist, joined discussing the Supreme Court case with a Colorado baker.
 
In this week's Electric Libertyland, Brian McWilliams flicks his cigarette onto the flailing mass of straw men put forth by proponents of the absurd abomination known as "Net Neutrality." Join Brian as he sets ablaze the paper-thin arguments for regulation of the internet under Title II in a comprehensive and easy to understand lesson in the ob ...…
 
This episode originally aired on Nov. 21, 2017. Thanksgiving is a uniquely American holiday with rich traditions. Ben interviews Wall Street Journal opinion editor and author Melanie Kirkpatrick about the history and the meaning of Turkey Day. He also reads the prescient Thanksgiving proclamations from George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Calvin ...…
 
INTERVIEW - JAYME METZGAR - Senior Contributor, The Federalist• How The Civil War Gave Us Today’s Thanksgiving, And What It Can Teach Us
 
INTERVIEW - JAYME METZGAR - Senior Contributor, The Federalist • How The Civil War Gave Us Today’s Thanksgiving, And What It Can Teach Us
 
INTERVIEW -- BRITT MCHENRY - contributor at The Federalist and former ESPN reporter • TOPICS: Kaepernick and Goodell • Colin Kaepernick named GQ magazine's Citizen of theYear - but he refuses an interview to go with his cover. • Britt McHenry, ex-ESPN reporter, blasts GQ for naming Colin Kaepernick 'Citizen of the Year’ • Report: NFL owners thr ...…
 
Heather Smith of The Federalist Inside America’s Largest Religious Revival You Know Nothing About
 
Heather Smith of The Federalist Inside America’s Largest Religious Revival You Know Nothing About
 
Heather Smith of The Federalist Inside America’s Largest Religious Revival You Know Nothing About
 
On today's show we welcome the chef Alex Stupak, owner of Empellon in Midtown, Al Pastor in the E.V. and Taqueria in the W.V. He began his career by washing dishes at age 12 and then attended the Culinary Institute of America on a full scholarship and has worked at Tru in Chicago, the Federalist in Boston, Alinea and wd-50. His restaurants have ...…
 
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Constitutionally Speaking
 
In this week's episode of Constitutionally Speaking, Jay and Luke begin their review of the Constitutional Convention, held in Philadelphia during the spring and summer of 1787. First up is a close look at the delegates themselves, the fascinating, brilliant, and sometimes irascible men who framed our government. On the federalist side, there a ...…
 
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