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South Carolina Lede is a podcast about the people, issues, and events shaping the Palmetto State. Join host Gavin Jackson and reporters from across the state each week for in-depth discussions of the biggest news affecting you, your family, and your fellow South Carolinians – from state politics and legislative happenings inside the state house to the ongoing effects of the pandemic and more. It’s the factual and timely information you need, with a dash of irreverent fun to keep it all inter ...
 
Each week The Intercept’s Washington, D.C. bureau brings you one important or overlooked story from the political world. Bureau Chief Ryan Grim and a rotating cast of journalists, politicians, academics and historians tell you what the rest of the media are missing.
 
Statehouse Blend Kansas explores the inner workings of Kansas politics and government. Host Jim McLean of the Kansas News Service talks each week with people at the center of key debates. You'll hear from lawmakers, advocates and regular Kansans. And you'll stay up to date on what's happening in Topeka throughout the legislative session.
 
For more than a decade, the Fordham Institute has been hosting a weekly podcast, The Education Gadfly Show. Each week, you’ll get lively, entertaining discussions of recent education news, usually featuring Fordham’s Mike Petrilli and David Griffith. Then the wise Amber Northern will recap a recent research study. For questions or comments on the podcast, contact its producer, Tran Le.
 
Join Steve Wallace, Esq. and Celena Muzic of The Wallace Law Group, PL (https://www.thewallacelawgroup.com) as they interview the best minds in the legal, real estate, political, business, sports, medical and mental health world. These panel of experts will tackle the pressing issues of the day. Hosts Wallace and Muzic aren’t afraid to also lighten the mood by asking their guests their opinions about pop cultural, sports and entertainment.Please subscribe to our podcast through your favorite ...
 
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This edition of the South Carolina Lede for May 8, 2021, features: a look at the ramifications of Gov. Henry McMaster's decision to end federal unemployment benefits next month; updates from the final days of the state legislative session; a visit to Boone Fox Farm in Columbia, SC, for Mother's Day flower suggestions and spring gardening tips from …
 
A mobile dental service is improving access to care for underserved communities. Drop-In Medical recently visited Yerington, in Lyon County, for the first time. It’s one of the several rural counties in the state grappling with a shortage of dental providers. KUNR’s Natalie Van Hoozer made the trip out there to learn more about the need for dental …
 
May Day is the biggest day of the year for the international labour movement, but it passes almost unmentioned each year in the United States. That’s in spite of the fact that the holiday commemorates the workers killed in the Haymarket riot in Chicago in 1886. As a corrective, Deconstructed offers a brief history of organized labor in the U.S. Jim…
 
Robert Fuller of Bradley University joins host Marty Duren in a conversation about American’s historical obsession with the Antichrist. Dr. Robert Fuller is a professor at Bradley University, teaching courses titled “Survey of Eastern Religion,” “Religion in Contemporary America,” “A Philosophical Description of the Human Condition,” and “The Psych…
 
On Wednesday night, Joe Biden gave his first presidential address to a joint session of Congress, though it was sparsely attended so that social distancing could be observed. Biden was there to pitch what he’s calling the American Families Plan, and as Deconstructed guest Matt Bruenig has long noted, support for families and children has been a bli…
 
On this week’s podcast, Clarice Schillinger, founder of Keeping Kids in School PAC, joins Mike Petrilli and David Griffith to discuss her experience leading the movement for five-day-a-week, in-person instruction for Pennsylvania public school kids. On the Research Minute, Amber Northern examines the reading skills of fourth graders who perform at …
 
Bible study authors Beth and Melissa Moore join host Marty Duren in a conversation about their recent study on Galatians, and current evangelical challenges. Beth Moore has been teaching women the Bible for more than 25 years. She’s the author of multiple books and Bible studies. She self-published her first book, Things Pondered, in 1993, and publ…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has fundamentally changed almost every aspect of daily life. Nowhere might that be more apparent than in the classroom. Nearly half a million K-12 students in Nevada have endured months of learning remotely or through hybrid instruction showing up to school every other day. Experts predict that when students do return to schoo…
 
If you were reading the news back in 2008, then you probably remember how residential mortgage backed securities fuelled by subprime mortgages tanked the global economy. Well now John Flynn, a veteran of the mortgage securities market, says it’s happening all over again — this time in the commercial real estate market. Flynn joins Ryan Grim and The…
 
The snowpack this winter indicates we may be heading towards another dry summer. Rain and snowfall totals in the northern Nevada basins are below normal, even compared to recent years. “We have been seeing March being really a critical month for our water supply, and this year we didn’t see that, especially in the Sierras,” said Jeff Anderson. Ande…
 
The entire state of Nevada is under some level of drought . Wildfire season is already underway and the Sierra just experienced the second consecutive dry winter. In honor of Earth Day, Nevada Climatologist Steph McAfee shares the state of Nevada’s climate and where things are headed in this interview with KUNR's Morning Edition Host Noah Glick.…
 
Kyle Edgerton is an immigration lawyer in Reno who regularly works with people seeking asylum. Before the pandemic started, immigration court proceedings were delayed across the country due to a large backlog. During the pandemic, those delays have been exacerbated. KUNR’s Tatiana Ramirez spoke to Edgerton to break down some of the challenges he’s …
 
On this week’s podcast, Dale Chu, Mike Petrilli, and David Griffith discuss the Biden Administration’s flawed decision-making on testing waivers. On the Research Minute, Amber Northern examines how investments in local libraries affect communities and children.By Thomas B. Fordham Institute
 
Jack Jenkins, journalist and national reporter for RNS, joins host Marty Duren in a conversation about religion reporting, media bias, and faith. Jack Jenkins is an award-winning journalist and national reporter for the Religion News Service. He covers religion. Also politics. Usually both. He’s also the author of the book American Prophets: The Re…
 
This edition of the South Carolina Lede for April 20, 2021, features: a preview of what the state legislature is taking on this week, including a bill which one expert said do the most to combat systemic racism than any other bill currently pending in the state house; insights from SC DHEC on current COVID-19 trends; a look at racial inequities the…
 
This edition of the South Carolina Lede for April 17, 2021, features: the latest on the viral altercation between a white Army officer and a Black man in a northeast Richland County neighborhood; a recap of this week's action in the state legislature; updates about the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine from SC DHEC Director of Public Health Dr. Br…
 
When Michelle Lujan Grisham defeated Eric Griego in the race for New Mexico’s 1st congressional district in 2012, it put the left wing of the state’s Democratic Party on the backfoot. 9 years later, the state’s legislature is routinely passing some of the most progressive legislation in the country. What happened? Griego joins Ryan Grim to discuss.…
 
On this week’s podcast, Chris Brewster, president of the Oklahoma Public Charter School Association, joins Mike Petrilli and David Griffith to discuss how a recently settled lawsuit will boost charter school funding in the Sooner State. On the Research Minute, Amber Northern examines how math and ELA gender gaps change between childhood and young a…
 
Shane Burchfiel, a west Tennessee commercial farmer, joins host Marty Duren in a lively conversation about modern farming. Don’t forget to order books through our sponsor, Hearts and Minds Books. You can also become an Uncommontary patron at Patreon for as little as $2 a month or make a single support contribution through PayPal. Subscribe via Appl…
 
This edition of the South Carolina Lede for April 13, 2021, features: information about the education funding coming to the state; a look at Gov. Henry McMaster's executive order banning foster care homes from taking unaccompanied children found at the U.S. southern border; a global economic outlook from the recent International Monetary Fund meeti…
 
Earlier this week Sen. Tom Carper of Delaware led a congressional delegation to a Texas immigration detention facility housing children who arrived unaccompanied at the border. Also on the trip was Rep. Veronica Escobar of Texas, who joins Ryan Grim to talk about the present and future of U.S. immigration policy. See acast.com/privacy for privacy a…
 
On this week’s podcast, John Schilling, president of the American Federation for Children, joins Mike Petrilli and David Griffith to discuss a string of school choice victories in this year’s state legislative sessions. On the Research Minute, Amber Northern examines how some privileged parents discussed their local school system on an online paren…
 
If Joe Biden is looking for inspiration on immigration policy, he might look to a speech he gave in 2013 when he was inducted into the Irish America Hall of Fame. The then-Vice President talked of how his own ancestors found refuge in the US and how the immigration policies of the time made it possible for their entire family to join them and escap…
 
On this week’s podcast, Eric Hirsch, founding executive director of EdReports, joins Mike Petrilli and David Griffith to discuss how teachers are increasingly gaining access to high-quality instructional materials. On the Research Minute, Amber Northern examines how better truancy notifications to parents reduced student absences.…
 
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