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Updated November 2019
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MMA Junkie Radio
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Go in depth with MMA’s most prominent fighters, promoters, trainers and managers from the UFC, Bellator and the other top promotions in the world of #MMA. MMA Junkie Radio is the official radio show and podcast of MMA Junkie (five-time World MMA Awards “Best Media Source” winner). The show broadcasts from the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino’s Race & Sports Book in Las Vegas with hosts, “Gorgeous” George and “Goze." The hosts also cover the big names and events from the world of boxing, pro wres ...
 
Every week we talk about Sex, Drugs & Rock 'n Roll with people like Gene Simmons, Jennifer Esposito, the Impractical Jokers, from porn stars to KISS, how many people has the KISS rockstar slept with? Find it all out on the SDR show. The SDR Show (Sex, Drugs, & Rock-n-Roll) is a one hour weekly podcast featuring radio host, Ralph Sutton and comedian, Big Jay Oakerson. Each week they interview Porn Stars, Rock Stars, and more. Big Jay Oakerson has been on the stand up circuit for over a decade ...
 
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Ipse Dixit
Daily
 
Ipse Dixit is a podcast on legal scholarship. Each episode of Ipse Dixit features a different guest discussing their scholarship. The podcast also features several special series. "From the Archives" consists historical recordings potentially of interest to legal scholars and lawyers. "The Homicide Squad" consists of investigations of the true stories behind different murder ballads, as well as examples of how different musicians have interpreted the song over time. "The Day Antitrust Died?" ...
 
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In this episode, King, an incarcerated person, discusses the efforts of the Florida Department of Corrections to deny prisoners access to legal research materials. He explains how the DoC has discarded and limited access to law books, arguing that prisoners can use computers to access legal materials. But it only provides a five computers, and ...…
 
In this episode, Shubha Ghosh, Crandall Melvin Professor of Law at Syracuse University College of Law, discusses his work on the legal history of intellectual property. He begins by describing the book he is currently editing on intellectual property law for Edward Elgar Publishing, including its beginnings in the Forgotten IP symposium publish ...…
 
On episode 3,002 of the podcast, the guys recap UFC Sao Paulo, including "Shogun" Rua and Charles Oliveira; discuss Josh Grispi; Claressa Shields; and more.By MMA Junkie Radio
 
Courtney Byers, former porn star turned fitness coach, joins Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson and they discuss Ralph forgetting Courtney's first appearance on the show, a recap of "What's In The Box, Gralph?" episode and other "stunt" shows, SDR's filter contest, Jay's first time trying Ralph's Occulus, Courtney's transition out of porn and in ...…
 
Courtney Byers, former porn star turned fitness coach, joins Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson and they discuss Ralph forgetting Courtney's first appearance on the show, a recap of "What's In The Box, Gralph?" episode and other "stunt" shows, SDR's filter contest, Jay's first time trying Ralph's Occulus, Courtney's transition out of porn and in ...…
 
In this episode, Renee Nicole Allen, Assistant Professor of Legal Writing at St. John's University School of Law, Alicia Jackson, Associate Dean for Student Learning and Assessment at Florida A&M University College of Law, and DeShun Harris, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Director of Bar Preparation at the University of Memphis Cecil C ...…
 
In this episode, Peter Labuza, a Ph.D. Candidate in Cinema and Media Studies at the University of Southern California and the host of The Cinephiliacs podcast on film criticism, discusses his work on the rise of the legal profession in Hollywood and its role in reshaping both creative labor and financial management of the film industry after Wo ...…
 
This is a cross-posted episode of the excellent UNH Law Podcast. In this episode, Alexandra J. Roberts, Associate Professor of Law at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, and A.J. Kierstead, the host of the UNH Law Podcast, interview Brian L. Frye, Spears-Gilbert Associate Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky ...…
 
On episode 3,001 of the podcast, the guys discuss the Nick Diaz interview, if Jorge Masvidal is now a mega star, the retirement of Gilbert Melendez, UFC Sao Paulo breakdown, and much more.By MMA Junkie Radio
 
In this episode, Henrique Choer Moraes, doctoral candidate at the Centre for Global Governance Studies of the University of Leuven (Belgium) and a diplomat with the Brazilian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, discusses his article "The Geoeconomic Challenge To International Economic Law: Lessons From The Regulation Of Data In China." He begins by di ...…
 
In this episode, Josh Shepperd, Assistant Professor of Media Studies at the Catholic University of America, Sound Fellow at the Library of Congress National Recording Preservation Board (NRPB), and Humanities and Information Fellow at Penn State, discusses his work on the history of radio broadcasting and the preservation of sound recordings. S ...…
 
In this episode, ECC11 and King explain why the Almighty Latin King & Queen Nation is a religion and discuss a Section 1983 action they are filing in order to compel the courts to recognize its religious character. ECC11 and King explain that the Nation is organized as a religion and has a unique religious doctrine, and that the members of the ...…
 
In this episode, Thomas K. Chu, a New York attorney, discusses his work on estate planning and issues affecting older clients. Chu begins by describing his background and legal practice. He reflects on common misconceptions about estate planning and common mistakes people make when planning their estates. In particular, he argues that everyone ...…
 
On the historic 3,000th episode of the podcast, the guys look back at UFC Moscow and Bellator 233, talk about Nate Diaz (again), KSI vs. Logan Paul fight, and relive 3,000 episodes.By MMA Junkie Radio
 
Lovehoney (band) and Chris from Brooklyn (host of High Society Radio) join Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson this week and they discuss the most recent T-shirt winner, Ralph vs Shannon weight-loss contest, the controversy from Ralph and Jay's appearance on High Society Radio, Ralph's weird text convo with a random chick, the story behind Loveho ...…
 
Lovehoney (band) and Chris from Brooklyn (host of High Society Radio) join Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson this week and they discuss the most recent T-shirt winner, Ralph vs Shannon weight-loss contest, the controversy from Ralph and Jay's appearance on High Society Radio, Ralph's weird text convo with a random chick, the story behind Loveho ...…
 
In this episode, Alexandra J. Roberts, Associate Professor of Law at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, discusses her draft article "False Influencing." Roberts begins by explaining what an "influencer" is, what influencer advertising looks like, and why influencer ads are so popular with many different brands. She o ...…
 
In this episode, Ryan Vacca, Professor of Law at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, discusses his article "Uncertainty in Employee Status Across Federal Law," which will be published in the Temple Law Review. Vacca begin by explaining the origins of the distinction between employees and independent contractors, and w ...…
 
In this episode, Katherine E. Kerrick, a law student at the University of New Hampshire Franklin Pierce School of Law, discusses her note, "Should Donald Trump’s 'Make America Great Again' Receive Trademark Protection?," which will be published in the University of New Hampshire Law Review. Kerrick begins by explaining when trademarks can be re ...…
 
In this episode, Catherine Christopher, Associate Dean for Bar Success and Professor of Law at the Texas Tech University School of Law, discusses her article "Normalizing Struggle." Christopher explains why “struggle” is not only a good thing, but a necessity for students studying law. She observes that struggle should be embraced and not equat ...…
 
On Episode 2,999 of the podcast, the guys react to the latest MMA news and notes, including Nate Diaz's social media announcement, Jon Jones' choice for title challenger, and more, as well as look ahead to UFC on ESPN+ 21 this weekend in Moscow.By MMA Junkie Radio
 
In this episode, Dr. Alessandro Corda, a lecturer at the Queens University School of Law in Belfast, Ireland, and Dr. Sarah Lageson, an assistant professor at the Rutgers School of Criminal Justice, discuss their article, Disordered Punishment: Workaround Technologies of Criminal Records Disclosure and the Rise of a New Penal Entrepreneurialism ...…
 
In this episode, Philip Hackney, Associate Professor of Law at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law, discusses his draft article "Dark Democracy? Section 501(c)(4) Social Welfare Organizations and Tax Exemption." Hackney begins by describing the difference between outcome-based and process-based theories of political legitimacy. He argues ...…
 
In this episode, Susan Bandes, Centennial Distinguished Professor of Law Emeritus at DePaul University College of Law, discusses her article "Closure in the Criminal Courtroom: The Birth and Strange Career of an Emotion," which will be published in the Edward Elgar Research Handbook on Law and Emotion. Bandes begins by observing that the concep ...…
 
On Episode 2,998 of the podcast, the guys react to the latest MMA news and notes, including Jorge Masvidal's win over Nate Diaz at UFC 244; should the 'BMF' title return; and much more.By MMA Junkie Radio
 
Mike Feeney joins Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson for a very special Halloweenie episode! Before the contest begins, the guys discuss a recap of the Amazing Kreskin episode, Ralph's Occulus obsession, a recap of the "Gun in the Butt" challenge on Legion Of Skanks, what will be the next contest between Ralph and Jay and so much more! Then the ...…
 
Mike Feeney joins Ralph Sutton and Big Jay Oakerson for a very special Halloweenie episode! Before the contest begins, the guys discuss a recap of the Amazing Kreskin episode, Ralph's Occulus obsession, a recap of the "Gun in the Butt" challenge on Legion Of Skanks, what will be the next contest between Ralph and Jay and so much more! Then the ...…
 
In March 1962, a group of college students formed the Afro-American Association in the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Area. Among other things, the Association broadcast a weekly radio show in San Francisco. On August 15, 1965, Attorney Donald Warden (later Dr. Khalid Al-Mansour) broadcast a program on the Watts Riot or Rebellion. Ray Dobard, the ow ...…
 
In this episode, Ilya Somin, Professor of Law at the George Mason University Antonin Scalia Law School, discusses his article, "Making Federalism Great Again: How the Trump Administration's Attack on Sanctuary Cities Unintentionally Strengthened Judicial Protection for State Autonomy," which is published in the Texas Law Review. Somin begins by ...…
 
On Episode 2,997 of the podcast, the guys react to the latest MMA news and notes, including a preview of UFC 244 and the big news surrounding it; the Ben Askren trade; Bellator's signing of Cat Zingano; and more.By MMA Junkie Radio
 
In this episode, Michael T. Morley, Assistant Professor of Law at Florida State University College of Law, discusses his draft article "Federal Elections and State Constitutions." Morley begins by describing the Supreme Court's recent rejection of constitutional challenges to political gerrymandering, and how it led commentators to suggest the ...…
 
In this episode, Daphne Keller, Director of Intermediary Liability at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School and former Associate General Counsel for Google, discusses her essay "Who Do You Sue?: State and Platform Hybrid Power Over Online Speech," which is published by the Hoover Institution. Keller begins by explaining how ...…
 
In this episode, King, an incarcerated person, recites five of his poems reflecting on his experience of life in prison. The poems are titled: 1) Freedom, 2) Remember, 3) The DOC Creed, 4) The Interview, and 5) Militant God, Born King. King is on Twitter at @King_ShankRadio.
 
On Episode 2,996 of the podcast, the guys react to the latest MMA news and notes, including whether or not Nate Diaz is a needle mover; what happens with Ben Askren now; Bellator 231-232 recaps; UFC Singapore recap; Demien Maia's callout of Diego Sanchez; and much more.By MMA Junkie Radio
 
Alice In Chains lead vocalist William DuVall and guest co-host Geno Bisconte join Ralph Sutton this week and they discuss William growing up in Washington D.C., William's musical influences, the "old-timey reference" drinking game, starting the band Neon Christ in William's teens and the effect it had on his life growing up, favorite Alice In C ...…
 
Alice In Chains lead vocalist William DuVall and guest co-host Geno Bisconte join Ralph Sutton this week and they discuss William growing up in Washington D.C., William's musical influences, the "old-timey reference" drinking game, starting the band Neon Christ in William's teens and the effect it had on his life growing up, favorite Alice In C ...…
 
In this episode, ECC11, an incarcerated person who is a leader of the Latin King and Queen Nation, discusses the ideas of the movement. In the first segment, he presents a lesson titled, "Brown Force and the Political Philosophy of the Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation." He begins by reciting "Brown Force" in its entirety, then reflects on i ...…
 
In this episode, Daniel Epps, Associate Professor of Law at Washington University St. Louis School of Law, discusses his draft article "Checks and Balances in the Criminal Law." Epps begins by observing that we often conflate the separation of powers with checks and balances, and arguing that they are actually quite different. He notes that man ...…
 
In this episode, Rohan Grey, a J.S.D. student at Cornell Law School and the founder and president of the Modern Money Network, discusses his work on the intersection of Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and intellectual property theory. Grey begins by briefly explaining the fundamental premises of MMT and the job guarantee, observing that MMT is an ...…
 
On Episode 2,995 of the podcast, the guys react to the latest MMA news and notes, including Jon Jones and Conor McGregor updates, as well as look ahead to a packed weekend of action with Bellator 231, UFC on ESPN+ 20, and Bellator 232.By MMA Junkie Radio
 
In this episode, Milan Markovic, Professor of Law and Co-Convener of the Program in Law and Social Science, discusses his article "The Paradox of Minority Attorney Satisfaction," which he co-authored with Gabriele Plickert, and which is published in the International Review of Law and Economics. Markovic begins by explaining that the article is ...…
 
In this episode, Victoria J. Haneman, Associate Professor of Law at the Creighton University School of Law, discusses her article "Intergenerational Equity, Student Loan Debt, and Taxing Rich Dead People," which will be published in the Virginia Tax Review. Haneman begins by explaining the concept of intergenerational equality, and why there is ...…
 
In this episode, Michael Gentithes, Assistant Professor of Law at the University of Akron School of Law, discusses his article "Suspicionless Witness Stops: The New Racial Profiling," which will be published in the Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review. Gentithes begins by explaining how police are increasingly stopping and searching ...…
 
On Episode 2,994 of the podcast, the guys recap a memorable UFC on ESPN 6, as well as the latest MMA news and notes, including Conor McGregor no longer being "the man," according to Dana White, and much more.By MMA Junkie Radio
 
In this episode, Sergio Verdugo, Associate Professor of Law at Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile, discusses his work on constitution-making and constitutional courts in relation to current constitutional disputes in Chile. Verdugo begins by explaining the history of the Chilean Constitution, how it has been rewritten and amendment, and the diff ...…
 
Matt Ritter and Jeff Cerulli (creators of the Tasteless Jokes documentary) along with Chris from Brooklyn and Mike Vecchione join Ralph Sutton and discuss Mike's distasteful jokes on Instagram, the original Tasteless Jokes book and how Jeff and Matt came to make the documentary, the Canadian comedian Mike Yard who was fined for telling an offen ...…
 
Matt Ritter and Jeff Cerulli (creators of the Tasteless Jokes documentary) along with Chris from Brooklyn and Mike Vecchione join Ralph Sutton and discuss Mike's distasteful jokes on Instagram, the original Tasteless Jokes book and how Jeff and Matt came to make the documentary, the Canadian comedian Mike Yard who was fined for telling an offen ...…
 
In this episode, Felipe Jiménez, Assistant Professor of Law and Philosophy at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, discusses his draft article "The Case for Formalism in Contract Law Adjudication." Jiménez begins by explaining the differences between legal formalism and legal realism, and reflecting on the realist critique ...…
 
On Episode 2,993 of the podcast, the guys discuss if Conor McGregor is willing to fight for free; Jon Jones' plea deal in a strip club incident; if Maycee Barber is out of her mind calling out Weili Zang and Valentina Shevchenko at UFC on ESPN 6; and if Jeremy Stephens crossed the line with his comments toward Yair Rodriguez.…
 
In this episode, Lee Anne Fennell, Max Pam Professor of Law at the University of Chicago Law School, discusses her new book, "Slices and Lumps: Division and Aggregation in Law and Life," which is published by the University of Chicago Press. She begins by explaining what she means by "lumps" and "slices," and why they are concepts that structur ...…
 
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