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The Lawfare Podcast features discussions with experts, policymakers, and opinion leaders at the nexus of national security, law, and policy. On issues from foreign policy, homeland security, intelligence, and cybersecurity to governance and law, we have doubled down on seriousness at a time when others are running away from it. Visit us at www.lawfareblog.com. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Brad Kearns covers health, fitness, peak performance, personal growth, relationships, happiness, and longevity. Slow down, take a deep breath, take a cold plunge, and get over the high-stress, tightly wound approach that often leads to disappointment and burnout. Kearns, a New York Times bestselling author, Guinness World Record holder in Speedgolf, 2020 #1 ranked USA Masters track&field age 55-59 high jumper, and former national champion and #3 world-ranked professional triathlete, offers a ...
 
Rabbi Arnie Wittenstein is a well known Torah scholar, Tanach expert, and Historian. He has lectured in the Mir Yeshiva, Torat Shraga, and many Shuls internationally. These podcasts integrate his broad knowledge of many different facets of Torah and History. Join in weekly to gain accurate and in depth knowledge of some of the most important and controversial topics in Jewish History. For tours, speaking engagements, or sponsorships contact us at Jewishhistoryuncensored@gmail.com
 
For General Awareness General Knowledge for IAS Exams (Important National Parks & Wildlife Sanctuaries of India) Important Rivers/Lakes of The World. Indian States and Their Folk Dances. Wildlife Sanctuaries and National Parks in India. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rahul182/support
 
Become an EMPOWERED INVESTOR. Survive and thrive in today's economy! With nearly 2,000 episodes in this Monday, Wednesday, Friday podcast, business and investment expert Jason Hartman interviews top-tier guests, bestselling authors and financial experts including; Steve Forbes (Freedom Manifesto), Tomas Sowell (Housing Boom and Bust), Noam Chomsky (Manufacturing Consent), Jenny Craig (Health & Fitness CEO), Jim Cramer (Mad Money), Harvey Mackay (Swim With The Sharks & Get Your Foot in the Do ...
 
The Lone Conservative is 'Lone' because I am surrounded by liberals and extremist environmentalists here in Portland Oregon. The show seeks to argue, debunk, debate, and inform on the subjects that affect every American. I attempt to talk about things that you may not see on TV or hear on the radio, topics are all over the board from politics to science and religion. Please Be Rational!
 
Anthropologists study human culture and society. They ask “what it is to be human?”. Anthropologists answer this question by analysing diverse societies to find out what all humans have in common. To undertake this study, anthropologists have a ‘kit’ full of conceptual tools. Join the Audible Anthropologist (aka La Trobe University’s Nicholas Herriman) as we describe some of these tools and put them to use.
 
Business commentary and coaching based in rational thought and logic. Drawing on a foundation in business and military leadership, Parker McCumber shares perspective and insights that are beneficial for anyone interested in business, finance, and wealth. This podcast features co-hosts and interviews that bring a spectrum of knowledge and insight that adds real value for listeners. Occasionally discussing politics, social media, investing, family life, and more! About your host: Parker McCumb ...
 
Education has long been the foundation for America’s success. With a keen eye for the intricacies of the evolving needs of education in an increasingly global marketplace, internationally renowned Professor of Education Pedro Noguera, Ph.D. provides cogent, provocative analyses of the most pressing Education Matters. Both through commentaries and by means of weekly three-to-five-minute vignettes, Noguera engages parents, teachers, school administrators, policymakers and other education stake ...
 
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The United States is looking to curb China's advanced computing and chip production capabilities by using the so-called Foreign-Direct Product Rule to prevent companies globally from selling certain advanced computing chips to Chinese buyers without a U.S. government license. To understand the background, the details, and the implications of this, …
 
The past couple of months have been pretty crazy.. at first, we rallied almost 15% from the June lows, only to break through and create a new low. We ended up making the 52-week low on September 30th. The past couple of days have seen a 5% historical rally between just two days. Those kinds of rally’s usually happen during times of uncertainty if y…
 
This week, Alan, Quinta, and Scott sat down with unofficial fourth co-host, Lawfare executive editor Natalie Orpett, to discuss the week’s big national security news, including: “That’s one, one disqualified elector. (Ah ah ah.)” Both the House and Senate finally seem ready to reform the Electoral Count Act, the ambiguity-ridden statute that has (k…
 
After months of mostly quiet, behind-the-scenes debate, both the House and Senate seem ready to move forward with reforming the Electoral Count Act, the 1887 statute governing how Congress counts electoral votes, whose various ambiguities played a central role in unsuccessful plans to turn the 2020 election results in favor of former President Trum…
 
What is the best way to eat? How about we go deep and sort everything out in a reasonable, thoughtful manner? This is going to be a multi-part presentation, with part one focusing on the rationale for eating an animal based diet. This topic can get so confusing, controversial and frustrating, and this episode, I am making a great effort to get sens…
 
Today, we’re bringing you another episode of our Arbiters of Truth series on the online information ecosystem. Lawfare senior editor Quinta Jurecic spoke with Mark Bergen, a reporter for Bloomberg News and Businessweek, about his new book, “Like, Comment, Subscribe: Inside YouTube’s Chaotic Rise to World Domination.” YouTube is one of the largest a…
 
If you think it can’t happen to you - think again. For years, Jason has been dealing with an industry competitor who set out to ruin him and destroy his name through trademark counterfeiting, unfair competition and civil racketeering. Jason and his lawyer explain the details of the case which sound like something straight out of a spy movie. The de…
 
There's been a lot going on in Russia: a partial mobilization, protests, a mysterious explosion underwater along the Nord Stream pipelines, and most recently, the annexation of seized Ukrainian territory in a bizarre ceremony in Moscow. To go over it all, Benjamin Wittes sat down with Julia Ioffe, currently of Puck, and Alexander Vindman, Lawfare’s…
 
Get ready for a fantastic show with elite international heptathlete, Chari Hawkins! As you can imagine, taking on seven different disciplines requires serious discipline, and Chari has made it to the highest level of this (quite grueling) sport, competing for team USA in the world championships, and she also happens to be an incredible high-jumper,…
 
Every year, the eastern United States faces the prospect—and, too often, the reality—of major hurricanes that cause extensive physical and financial damage. This year is no exception; even as Hurricane Ian approaches the Gulf Coast, more storms are likely in the coming weeks. On this episode of Chatter, David Priess chatted with author Eric Jay Dol…
 
Jesse and Brittany discuss Jesse’s colon cancer diagnosis and the expectations for the future, listener emails and voicemails related to Jesse’s cancer diagnosis, the latest conservative meltdown over Lizzo playing James Madison’s flute, Mitch McConnell and Kyrsten Sinema’s mutual affection for one another, and A$$hole of Today feat. Dennis Prager.…
 
This week on The Sound Kitchen you’ll hear the answer to the question about French Prime Minister Elizabeth Borne’s expectations for French businesses before the winter. There’s the Bonus Question and the “Listeners Corner” with Michael Fitzpatrick, Ollia’s “Happy Moment”, and “Music from Erwan”. All that, and the new quiz question, too, so click o…
 
From Monday, June 1, 2020: Journalist Bart Gellman is the author of the new book, "Dark Mirror: Edward Snowden and the American Surveillance State." Jack Goldsmith sat down with Gellman to discuss the book. They spoke about Gellman's reporting on the Snowden affair, the scope of the National Security Agency's surveillance capabilities, and press fr…
 
Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 982, published on April 2, 2018. Jason Hartman breaks down some important topics in today's show as he talks about one of the vital assets you have in your toolkit, and that's your credit score. With so many different companies and credit scoring models, it's key that you understand what impacts your score. …
 
In modern-day warfare, data is considered a weapons system, and the Russia-Ukraine armed conflict gives us some perspective into what warfare looks like in a data-rich, hyperconnected world. To talk about the pervasiveness of data in contemporary and future warfare, Lawfare senior editor Stephanie Pell sat down with Brigadier General Shane Reeves, …
 
We celebrate International Blasphemy Day by highlighting challenges to Christian Nationalism and the violation of state/church separation by senators and governors. Former Mormon Ray Matthews tells us why he now appears on FFRF's "I'm an Atheist and I Vote" billboard in Salt Lake City. Then we speak with Adrienne Martin, who testified before her Te…
 
This week marked the end of the 77th session of the UN General Assembly, an annual event that brings world leaders together in New York and often serves as both a forum for and a barometer of international politics. This year's session was particularly notable, both because it was the first in-person session since the onset of the global coronaviru…
 
MARK TEPPER IS BACK!! [12:35] The Fed put is no longer in play and the Fed will have to fight inflation by causing a lengthy recession in order to get inflation under control. This will lead to job loss and market decline. The biggest fear is that on the fiscal policy side if Democrats remain in office, there will be universal basic income which wi…
 
The poison pill which has infected the markets were the artificially low mortgage rates that will constrict housing supply for decades to come. However, myopic people are focused on housing prices, when they should focus on yield or return on investment. That's what investing is all about! Join Jason Hartman today as he takes you through the state …
 
This week, Alan, Quinta, and Scott were joined by Lawfare managing editor Tyler McBrien to hash through the week's big national security news, including: “Bad Vlad’s Sad Grab Has Leningrad a Tad Mad.” Russian President Vladimir Putin seems intent on escalating the conflict in Ukraine, as he’s mobilized thousands of civilian conscripts and is on the…
 
In this episode we continue looking at the basic flaws in Spinoza’s philosophy of determinism. One of the key examples of deep and complicated Divine Providence is from The Battle of Britain. We also look at the very deep phenomenon of Drive for Justice. How did Spinoza see this issue? Is the quest for Justice a psychological phenomenon? Or is it d…
 
For much of its history, the United States has had a single law on the books that governs when the president can deploy the military to enforce federal law within the United States: the Insurrection Act. While the act hasn't been invoked in decades, it played an important role in several recent controversies, including the acts of Jan. 6. Now, some…
 
Welcome to part four of the Primal Fitness Coach Expert Certification overview! We covered the first ten chapters of the course in previous episodes, and in this episode, we’re talking about sprinting and jumping. Sprinting is the ultimate primal workout and the quintessential expression of the homo sapiens’ genetically hardwired fight or flight re…
 
In just under a week, on October 2, Brazil will hold the first round of its general election, which will determine the country's next president. To talk through all things Brazilian politics, Lawfare managing editor Tyler McBrien sat down with Brian Winter, editor-in-chief of Americas Quarterly and a journalist with over a decade of experience livi…
 
Jason Hartman and Rollo Tomassi, author of The Rational Male series, tackle some very important and highly sensitive issues facing our society today regarding relationships between men and women, dating, the sexual marketplace, marriage and family. There’s no doubt that men and women are better together than apart, yet society tells us something ve…
 
Stewart Rhodes, the chieftain of the Oath Keepers, goes on trial this week for seditious conspiracy. The trial is expected to run about five weeks, with jury selection sort of already underway. The opening of the trial gives us a great opportunity to catch up with Lawfare senior editor Roger Parloff on the Oath Keepers, the chief defendant Stewart …
 
This week on Rational Security, Alan, Quinta, and Scott went guestless to discuss the week’s big national security news, including: “Ne Me Quitte Pas.” The nearby island nation of Haiti is hitting new levels of instability, as paired economic and political crises have given way to open gang warfare in broad swathes of the country. While the events …
 
From July 15, 2020: We talk a lot about Chinese policy in Hong Kong, but there's another human rights crisis going on in China in the province of Xinjiang. It concerns the Turkic minority known as the Uighurs whom the Chinese government has been rounding up and putting in reeducation camps. It is an ugly story—one that the Chinese government has go…
 
This week on The Sound Kitchen you’ll hear the answer to the question about the difference between India and China’s investment policies on the African continent. There’s the Bonus Question, listener news and “Listeners Corner” with Michael Fitzpatrick, and “Music from Erwan”. All that, and the new quiz question, too, so click on the “Audio” arrow …
 
Today's Flashback Friday is from episode 547, published last July 27 2015. Vladimir Putin’s rise to the top is a Shakespearean drama. Putin the President was created by a group of wealthy businessmen to replace Boris Yeltsin. While believing they found a man who aligned with their own desires to keep the money at the top, Putin had different ideas.…
 
It’s time for another rebroadcast episode as we head back into the archives for this early episode with the amazing Ben Greenfield. Ben is a human information machine, biohacking wiz extraordinaire and just an extremely healthy, fit guy going on all kinds of channels with his expanded consciousness and his endless gratitude, and all his various int…
 
Our Arbiters of Truth series on the online information ecosystem has been taking a bit of a hiatus—but we’re back! On today’s episode, we’re discussing the recent ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in NetChoice v. Paxton, upholding a Texas law that binds large social media platforms to certain transparency requirements and si…
 
In this week’s episode we look at the basic structure of Rosh HaShana. What is the basic structure of the Divine Judgement on Rosh HaShana? We also look at some of the most important lessons from the life of Elizabeth II. Was there any level of power that she had? What was the most important principle guiding her public life? Is there anything for …
 
There's enormous debate about how much social media platforms should be doing to moderate extremist content. But that debate often lacks nuance about the many different ways that platforms can moderate and that moderation is not an all or nothing proposition. Daniel Byman is a professor at Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service and Lawfa…
 
Credit Card debt is rising at the biggest quarterly increases in history. How long can debt continue to fuel the economy and when will the American consumer finally pull back their spending habits? The big question is whether demand will come down naturally or in limbo with the Federal Reserve hiking interest rates. With inflation rising, it’s not …
 
Welcome to The Creating Wealth Show, Episode 1898 with your host Jason Hartman. Ongoing Reddit discussions have people asking who is worse off in the present economy: home buyers or renters? Find out with Jason as he also weighs in on investing for yield, what the Crash Bros are saying about an upcoming real estate market crash and why understandin…
 
This week, Alan, Quinta, and Scott went guestless to discuss the week’s big national security news, including: “Ne Me Quitte Pas.” The nearby island nation of Haiti is hitting new levels of instability, as paired economic and political crises have given way to open gang warfare in broad swathes of the country. While the events have some calling for…
 
This past Monday, the criminal trial of Thomas Barrack began in federal court in the Eastern District of New York. Barrack, who served as an informal advisor to the 2016 Trump campaign and then as chair of Trump's inaugural committee, is alleged to have acted as a foreign agent of the United Arab Emirates. According to the indictment, Barrack acted…
 
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