Best narcotics podcasts we could find (Updated November 2018)
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This podcast series exposes how one man's personal agenda restricting narcotics led to the proliferation of opioids and the prohibition of cannabis. Find out by tuning in to Episode 1 and follow along as we unfold the untold cannabis conspiracy. New episodes are released on Monday mornings.
 
Linda Kreter presents Military Network Radio to bring you dynamic interviews each week and fresh information of value to enhance and improve your outlook and actions as a member of the military or veteran community, their families and those who care about them. Everyone serves and together we make a difference.
 
Interviews with Scholars of Drugs, Addiction, and Recovery about their New Books
 
Each episode welcomes a new "professional" whose job deals first hand with life, death, sex, violence, and/or crime.
 
Lets talk about it
 
We are serving up not your regular boring, monotone, stick in the mud recovery programming...We serve only the finest USDA Prime recovery here on Recovery 101! Fresh, with a heaping side order of Rule 62!Be sure to check us out at: www.patreon.com/recovery101You can help support the show and get some swag for as little as a buck!recovery101radio@gmail.com
 
The Official Podcast of St. Luke's Cornwall Hospital, a not-for-profit hospital dedicated to serving the health care needs of those in the Hudson Valley
 
We are serving up not your regular boring, monotone, stick in the mud recovery programming...We serve only the finest USDA Prime recovery here on Recovery 101! Fresh, with a heaping side order of Rule 62!Be sure to check us out at: www.patreon.com/recovery101You can help support the show and get some swag for as little as a buck!recovery101radio@gmail.com
 
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Jake Dill
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Listen to Jake Dill on ALT 98.7 FM weekdays from 7pm-11pm!
 
Get this and get it straight...crime is a sucker's road...Listen to radio's famous gumshoes and well-remembered cops. From the fog-bound shores of San Francisco to the insurance investigations of radio's famous expense account investigator.
 
Get this and get it straight...crime is a sucker's road...Listen to radio's famous gumshoes and well-remembered cops. From the fog-bound shores of San Francisco to the insurance investigations of radio's famous expense account investigator.
 
The year is 1955. Tinsel town. The land of make-believe. It's a time of growth in American prosperity. Especially in Los Angeles. Here, dreams are bought and sold. But there's a seedier side to the City of Angels, the shadows where pimps and narcotics pushers live, where organized crime stands just around every corner with one hand out, and the other wrapped around a roscoe. It's a city full of fancy dames and slick cons, where bookies know the vig, so you better, too. Some folks call it noi ...
 
Interviews with Scholars of Global Affairs about their New Books
 
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New Books in Law
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Interviews with Scholars of the Law about their New Books
 
The Power After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Starz's Power.Show Summary: It appears James "Ghost" St. Patrick has it all — a drop-dead gorgeous wife, a stunning Manhattan penthouse, and the power and success that come with owning hot new nightclub Truth. But a closer look reveals a man living a double life. When Ghost isn't tending to his Fortune 500 business, he's catering to clients of another operation: a drug empire that serves only the rich and influential. While loyal ...
 
The Dawn Farm Education Series is a FREE, annual workshop series developed to provide accurate, helpful, hopeful, practical, current information about chemical dependency, recovery, family and related issues; and to dispel the myths, misinformation, secrecy, shame and stigma that prevent chemically dependent individuals and their families from getting help and getting well.
 
Interviews with Scholars of Public Policy about their New Books
 
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Kurt Swensen
Monthly
 
Online Recovery Support - 503.407.6903
 
We are all recovering from something in life. We are all in the process of recovering from the disconnection from our true self. The goal of Recovery Squared is to change what it means to recover and move from labels of addiction, alcoholism, depression, disease, divorce, illness and other manifestations. We focus on the core internal work that is required for us to recover together regardless of the symptom. Recovery Squared is a platform of inspiration and possibility to recover fully and ...
 
Bone's Lair, the #1 "Colostomy Bag Comedy" Podcast in the World! Hidden away in a secret location in Knoxville, we bring you a very NSFW show of Weird News, Events, Politics, Interviews and Social Commentary. We are glad to use our 1st Amendment right to make sure everyone is equally offended!
 
Welcome to the null podcast, where amazing things happen.
 
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Adam Thompson Show
Monthly+
 
New York Based – Criminal Defense & Civil Law Attorney Adam Thompson (http://www.adamthompsonlaw.com/) has been practicing for over 25 years.
 
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Port Matters
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The Port of San Diego was created by the state Legislature in 1962 to manage San Diego Bay and surrounding waterfront land.
 
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Pretty much everyone knows that the American healthcare system is, well, very inefficient. We don’t, so critics say, get as much healthcare bang for our buck as we should. According to Bryan Caplan, however, the American educational system–higher education in particular–is much, much worse. In The Case against Education: Why the Education...…
 
It wasn’t always this way. From the Theodore Roosevelt’s leadership on natural resource conservation to Richard Nixon’s creation of the Environmental Protection Agency and Ronald Reagan’s singing of the Montreal Protocol banning ozone-depleting chemicals, Republicans have a proud tradition of environmental stewardship. Why have they seemingly a ...…
 
Histories of rights have too often marginalized Native Americans and African Americans. Addressing this lacuna, Native Land Talk: Indigenous and Arrivant Rights Theories (Dartmouth College Press, 2018), expands our understanding of freedom by examining rights theories that Indigenous and African-descended peoples articulated in the eighteenth a ...…
 
Linda Kreter and Military Network Radio brings the stories of Courtenay Nold, Navy veteran and her journey toward understanding and accessing PTSD resources. A very strong leader and naval officer, she found herself rocked by her combat experiences and sought answers to include but go beyond Rx medications. Her journey included writing about th ...…
 
In his book Colonial Buganda and the End of Empire: Political Thought and Historical Imagination in Africa (Cambridge University Press, 2017), Dr. Jonathon Earle illustrates the rich and diverse intellectual history of Buganda, an East African kingdom that came to be incorporated into the modern state of Uganda. Earle constructs the intellectual...…
 
On Episode 2 of Anslinger: The untold cannabis conspiracy, we investigate media mogul William Randolph Hearst's role in supporting Anslinger's Army of Allies. We also interview cannabis attorney and lobbyist Courtney Moran about cannabis' battles in the 1930s and today that have shaped the industry. Download Episode!…
 
Always a good time talking to LA street artist Thrashbird. Things have blown up for him since the last time we spoke. Let's see if his new found fame as changed him
 
Andrew C. A. Elliott‘s Is That a Big Number? (Oxford University Press, 2018) is a book that those of us who feast on numbers will absolutely adore, but will also tease the palates of those for whom numbers have previously been somewhat distasteful. This book helps us not only to realize...
 
In the era of #MeToo, Brett Kavanaugh, and Donald Trump, masculinity and the harmful effects that follow certain versions of masculinity have become national conversations. Now, like many other times throughout American history, people are asking “what’s wrong with men?” Some men, however, are not widely talked about. In his...…
 
Professor Cairns Craig’s new book, The Wealth of the Nation: Scotland, Culture and Independence (Edinburgh University Press, 2018), which has been shortlisted for the Saltire History Book of the Year Award, is a wide-ranging study of the ways in which Scottish culture was defined, exported, transformed, and smuggled through its...…
 
Linda Kreter and Military Network Radio presents a touching story by author and veteran Mike Guardia. Written to pay respect and homage to World War II families and reflecting on a simple message of hope and good during a time of darkness and solitude for many soldiers, this timeless story amazes. Illustrated by Melanie Stephens from refined sk ...…
 
It’s been an article of faith among scholars and activists alike that poor Americans are ignored in national politics. But what if that conventional wisdom is wrong, and poor people, at least rhetorically, are in fact as commonly referred to by Presidents in their State of the Union addresses and...
 
Amidst an atmosphere of hope on the Korean Peninsula over the past year, questions over the wellbeing of North Korea’s population have again come to global attention. But this is far from the first time that such a subject has been in the news, for ever since the catastrophic famine...
 
Lack of sleep can have serious consequences on the roadways. Drowsy driving is a major threat to public safety. To bring heightened awareness to the perils of driving while sleep deprived, the National Sleep Foundation declares November 5-12 as Drowsy Driving Prevention Week ®. Anita Bhola, MD, FCCP, FAASM, discusses how lack of sleep contribut ...…
 
On Season 2 Episode 1 of Anslinger the Untold Cannabis Conspiracy, we investigate four paradigm shifts that changed the course of American identity. We also interview author of Containing Addiction, Matt Pembleton, about Harry Anslinger's strategy to formulate his War on Drugs.
 
Jehovah’s Witnesses are one of the most successful “new religious movements” to have emerged from the prophetic ferment within later nineteenth-century Protestantism. Always controversial, often persecuted, and well-known for their proselytising efforts, they have made a substantial contribution in terms of human rights, and they count numerous ...…
 
In Networked Press Freedom: Creating Infrastructures For a Public Right to Hear (MIT Press, 2018), journalism professor Mike Ananny provides a new framework for thinking about the media at a time of significant change within the industry. Drawing on a variety of disciplines from journalism studies, political theory and technological studies,...…
 
In Networked Press Freedom: Creating Infrastructures For a Public Right to Hear (MIT Press, 2018), journalism professor Mike Ananny provides a new framework for thinking about the media at a time of significant change within the industry. Drawing on a variety of disciplines from journalism studies, political theory and technological studies,...…
 
This week on ORS Radio…….. More from Dr. Stephen. https://www.psychonthebike.com/dr-stephen-trudeau/ How/why alcohol can feel like a “warm blanket”. Attempts to insulate ourselves from pain and trauma. Meditating vs. “checking out”. Thinking instead of feeling. What to do when Catastrophizing has become our default. Denial. Cannabis and anxiety ...…
 
We revisit why narcotics can be problematic for reasons rarely discussed and get into some great horror movies you might have missed last month
 
The vast chasm between classical economics and the humanities is widely known and accepted. They are profoundly different disciplines with little to say to one another. Such is the accepted wisdom. Fortunately, Professors Gary Saul Morson and Morton Schapiro, both of Northwestern University, disagree. In their new book, Cents and...…
 
What if guns “are not merely carriers of action, but also actors themselves?” That’s the question that animates and unites Jonathan Obert‘s and Andrew Poe‘s, and Austin Sarat‘s unique collection of essays, The Lives of Guns (Oxford University Press, 2018). In it, contributors discuss the political, social and personal “lives”...…
 
What if guns “are not merely carriers of action, but also actors themselves?” That’s the question that animates and unites Jonathan Obert‘s and Andrew Poe‘s, and Austin Sarat‘s unique collection of essays, The Lives of Guns (Oxford University Press, 2018). In it, contributors discuss the political, social and personal “lives”...…
 
Redefining the Modern Military: The Intersection of Profession and Ethics (Naval Institute Press, 2018), edited by Nathan K. Finney and Tyrell O. Mayfield, is a collection of essays examining military professionalism and ethics in light of major changes to modern warfare. Contributors examine philosophical and legal questions about what constit ...…
 
Redefining the Modern Military: The Intersection of Profession and Ethics (Naval Institute Press, 2018), edited by Nathan K. Finney and Tyrell O. Mayfield, is a collection of essays examining military professionalism and ethics in light of major changes to modern warfare. Contributors examine philosophical and legal questions about what constit ...…
 
Tonight we get into the history of Halloween and how to safely contact the dead, in the comfort of your own home!
 
From Dancing with the Stars to the high-profile airport abandonment of seven-year-old Artyom Savelyev by his American adoptive parents in April 2010, popular representations of post-Soviet immigrants in America span the gamut of romantic anti-Communist origin stories to horror stories of transnational adoption of children from Russia. In her la ...…
 
When we hear about the “future of work” today we tend to think about different forms of automation and artificial intelligence—technological innovations that will make some jobs easier and others obsolete while (hopefully) creating new ones we cannot yet foresee, and never could have. But perhaps this future isn’t so...…
 
Today we are joined by Jenifer Parks, Associate Professor of History at Rocky Mountain College. Parks is the author of The Olympic Games, the Soviet Sport Bureaucracy, and the Cold War: Red Sport, Red Tape (Lexington Books, 2016), which asks how Soviet bureaucrats maneuvered the USSR into the Olympic movement and...…
 
Robert Kagan is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and a columnist for The Washington Post. He is also the author of The Return of History and the End of Dreams, Dangerous Nation, Of Paradise and Power, and A Twilight Struggle. He served in the U.S. State Department from...
 
Today we talked with Ching Kwan Lee, professor of sociology at the University of California, Los Angeles. She has just published The Specter of Global China: Politics, Labor, and Foreign Investment in Africa (University of Chicago Press, 2018), an amazing new book based on her field study in Africa where...…
 
Following a 2011 meeting of the annual Mediterranean Workshop at the University of Minnesota, Patricia Lorcin (a co-convener) approached Todd Shepard (one of the workshop participants that year) about editing a volume focused on the Mediterranean in the modern period. From the beginning, these two editors of French Mediterraneans: Transnational...…
 
Assembling the Tropics: Science and Medicine in Portugal’s Empire, 1450-1700 (Cambridge University Press, 2018) by Hugh Cagle is an exciting analysis of the production of the tropics as an idea and as a dimension of imperialism through the development of the Portuguese empire. The global connections forged by seafaring empires...…
 
Desert boiyz talk about the party our crazy parents and more on this weeks episode
 
Recovery 101 Radio is a recovery radio program based loosely on 12 step recovery programs. The format is less like a meeting and more like going to coffee afterward. The "Meeting AFTER the meeting" as it were. This episode we join Bruce, Shelly, and Tara as they broadcast from the world famous 'Tombstone' studio! We join them as they discuss th ...…
 
Recovery 101 Radio is a recovery radio program based loosely on 12 step recovery programs. The format is less like a meeting and more like going to coffee afterward. The "Meeting AFTER the meeting" as it were. This episode we join Bruce, Shelly, and Tara as they broadcast from the world famous 'Tombstone' studio! We join them as they discuss th ...…
 
*not necessarily in that order but you know. Whenever Thad and I get together it's tangent city of all sorts of wild sh*t
 
If you are tired of reading the same, Washington-based, consensus, ‘realist’ and or ‘neo-conservative’, critiques of American foreign policy, here is something to salivate on: Jeffrey D. Sachs’, A New Foreign Policy: Beyond American Exceptionalism (Columbia University Press, 2018). By turns, noted author Jeffrey Sachs’ book is unorthodox, icono ...…
 
I’ve often asked myself this question: “How do religions begin?” I don’t know about you, but I think I would be very, very skeptical if someone told me that they’d had just received a revelation, communicated with some spiritual “higher power,” or had some sort of mystical-though-divinely-inspired experience. Ditto with...…
 
Linda Kreter and Military Network Radio presents a discussion on medical marijuana with guest Janine Lutz, Gold Star mom and founder of the Lutz Live To Tell Foundation. Pharmaceuticals play a part in veteran treatment, but increasingly, prescriptions are poorly monitored and drug interactions cause severe reactions, including suicidal ideation ...…
 
If you watch old movies or study film history, you may know that early 20th-century Hollywood operated under the Motion Picture Production Code, which dictated what could and couldn’t be portrayed onscreen. But did you know that television had a code of its own? Its story has never been told at...
 
Interviewing one member of Congress is a feat for most researchers. Interviewing nearly 100 and almost every women member of Congress is remarkable. Even more remarkable is what we can learn from that data collection about the perceptions of women members of Congress, especially about the way they perceive recent...…
 
Dan Ponder’s new book, Presidential Leverage: Presidents, Approval, and the American State (Stanford University Press, 2018), is an important and thoughtful exploration of the concept of presidential leverage, specifically how much capacity the president has to accomplish goals, particularly in terms of asserting power to produce outcomes from ...…
 
“Addiction and Families” was presented on September 25, 2018; by Lynn Kleiman Malinoff, Ed.D. Alcohol/other drug addiction is often described as a “family condition.” Each member of the family unit is affected by addiction within the family and often family members have challenges in supporting each other and taking care of their own health and ...…
 
Arend the gay stoner hips us to other weed vloggers, his conspiracy theories and the Weed Tube. Find more of him up at theWeedTube.com
 
This episode strays from our normal format. One punch deaths are something everyone hears about, but rarely do you actually meet the guy who threw the tragic punch. Jeets was a 21 year old kid from the burbs whose preteen years were spent in foster care bouncing from school to school. Often the new black kid at white schools, he learned how to ...…
 
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