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First, Pentagon reporter Dan Lamothe explains the complexities of the Turkey-Syria conflict. Then, political reporter Robert Costa explains how Trump’s decision to withdraw U.S. troops from the border area might be putting his political coalition at risk.
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Round 1: The Barstool Sports Office is in a state of disarray. A gigantic mess left behind by Yankees fans has thrown PFC Bren onto the Battle Commander's radar (Erika Nardini) and that's not somewhere you want to be. What does Staff Sgt. Chaps have to say to him?Round 2: The Army is working on a combat robot working dog. This is betrayal the likes have never been seen. Round 3: MSG Mark Allen, 46, was shot in the head on 9 July 2009 while on a mission to search for Bowe Bergdahl. Unfortunately, he passed away last week. Seeing his pictures and what he went through after that mission was gutting. It's important to remember what Mark's mission was like. We talked to someone in Bowe's platoon to drive that point home. Round 4: Fortnite went down on Sunday in the middle of a long weekend. Is the Army ESports team going to be okay? Yes, the Army has an Esports team. 
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Barstool Sports Daily News PodcastSupport Hard Factor & ‘Pop The Clutch'™ on a Shirt » Merch: http://bit.ly/HF-Merch-------------------------------------------------On todays Episode:- Hunter Biden is still shady, but he does have some promises- Hard Rock Hotel collapses in New Orleans- CA outlaws school lunch shaming, bullies are not happy- Bets- PFT explains Thanksgiving in Canada- Friends feed drunk vegan friend chicken nuggets and she calls the police on themBrought to you by MVMT, go to http://www.mvmt/factor for 15% offBrought to you by PredicitGo to http://bit.ly/2Mcuq0c to get your first $20 deposit matched in the stock market of politics! -------------------------------------------------Follow us on Twitter:@HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/HFTWIT@HardFactorMark: http://bit.ly/MarkCats@HardFactorPat: http://bit.ly/PatHF@HardFactorWes: http://bit.ly/WesTwit@HardFactorWill: http://bit.ly/HFwillFollow us on Instagram:@HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/InstagHFSee how sweaty we look » Youtube: http://bit.ly/HardFactorYT 
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Reporter Shane Harris breaks down how the State Department blocked the U.S. ambassador to the European Union from testifying to Congress Tuesday. If few testimonies actually happen, what does that mean for the impeachment inquiry going forward?
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On today's episode....We give you a rundown of the 12 Democratic Party candidates and where they stand. Be sure to tune in to our live commercial break watch party for the debates TONIGHT (10/15). Also don't forget to use the code below to get in on the betting with us!News Buffet: - China is done messing around with the Hong Kong protesters - A pedophile gets what all pedophiles deserve - Beer truck soaks mormons in sin - BetsBrought to you by MVMT, go to www.mvmt.com/factor for 15% offAlso brought to you by PredictIt - Go to http://bit.ly/2Mcuq0c to get your first $20 deposit matched in the stock market of politics!
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ROUND 1: Now that the UFO/Area 51 drama has subsided, we need to alert you to a much more pressing matter…. Torpedo Eating Sea Monsters. Yarghhh with eyes black… like a doll's eyes...ROUND 2: We've got an unreal story of bravery, selflessness & resilience from a soldier who stepped up to save lives during horrible training accident. ROUND 3: Holy micromanagement, Batman. This is a hot story about a coolin' problem as our forces in Europe are given new guidance on air conditioning units. ROUND 4: An Airman smashed a world record by bench pressing 551 got-damn pounds at a powerlifting competition and we're not that impressed because we're all pretty fit here at ZBT and could, like probably do that too. ROUND 5: The Marine Corps is getting SOFT as BABY SHIT because they want Marines to carry umbrellas. UMBRELLAS!Round 6: A vigilante Marine tried to take down a cartel all by his lonesome. He didn't succeed but he did get taken into custody by NCIS. 
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Schiff: Whistleblower Testimony Not Needed to Impeach President. We discuss this and more on today's show.
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A case in which the Court will decide whether Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which prohibits against employment discrimination “because of . . . sex” encompasses discrimination based on an individual’s sexual orientation.
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On this podcast, Mike talks with the guys from Risen Warrior Syndicate who just formed a new company that specializes in preparedness for your everyday life. https://risenwarriorsyndicate.com/password https://www.facebook.com/pg/Risen-Warrior-Syndicate-103301604394038/about/ https://www.blackriflecoffee.com/pages/fieldcraftsurvival http://www.killcliff.com http://www.triarcsystems.com Follow us: https://fieldcraftsurvival.com/collections/training/training https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcj3FycZBXIPNj7QIBKTIDw https://fieldcraftsurvival.com/ http://www.instagram.com/fieldcraftsurvival https://www.fieldcraftmobility.com https://www.instagram.com/mike.a.glover/?hl=en https://www.instagram.com/george_teamfieldcraft/?hl=en
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Reporter Aaron Blake explains what makes Trump’s request of China different from that of Ukraine, how federal election law might apply, and where the founders of our country stood on foreign interference in our government.
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Trump lawyers assert that all of Trump’s actions during the Mueller investigation were within his rights as President and can’t be classified as obstruction of justice, especially because there is no underlying crime alleged. But as Martha Stewart will tell you, that’s not how obstruction of justice works. Get the new Shredders album from Doomtree!
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A case in which the Court will decide whether the Eighth and Fourteenth Amendments allow a state to abolish the insanity defense.
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President Trump’s targeted effort to discredit, and reveal the name of, a government employee raises questions about legal protections for whistleblowers -- and the repercussions for whomever might disclose his or her identity to the public.
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There are mounting irregularities in the Democrat inquiry. We discuss this and more today on the program.
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On this episode, Melissa and Kate break down the Harvard affirmative action case just decided by a Massachusetts district court; go deep on some of our favorite classic and recent books on the Supreme Court; preview the first two weeks of the Supreme Court’s 2019 Term; and dish about clerking. (This last is a conversation to be continued -- we got tons of questions we didn't have time to discuss, so stay tuned for more on clerkships down the road!)
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Johnson and Varadkar say they're hopeful for a deal but what does that actually mean? And ever wondered what a Brexit disco concept album sounds like? Well, you're about to find out whether you like it or not. Producer: Poppy Damon. Editor: Dino Sofos.
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Barstool Sports Daily News PodcastSupport Hard Factor & ‘Pop The Clutch'™ on a Shirt » Merch: http://bit.ly/HF-Merch-------------------------------------------------On Todays Episode.....Just listen, its the best Florida headlines of the week!!  Have a great fucking day!!!Brought to you by Policy Genius, go to https://www.policygenius.com for the easiest and best way to compare and purchase insurance!!!Go to http://bit.ly/2Mcuq0c to get your first $20 deposit matched in the stock market of politics!-------------------------------------------------Follow us on Twitter:@HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/HFTWIT@HardFactorMark: http://bit.ly/MarkCats@HardFactorPat: http://bit.ly/PatHF@HardFactorWes: http://bit.ly/WesTwit @HardFactorWill: http://bit.ly/HFwill Follow us on Instagram:@HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/InstagHF See how sweaty we look » Youtube: http://bit.ly/HardFactorYT 
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Mary Eberstadt comes on the podcast to discuss her latest book, “Primal Screams: How the Sexual Revolution Created Identity Politics.”
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Round 1: It's time for ALLL Navy folks to take advantage of our ad deals with Dollar Shave Club because you nasty little squids will no longer be able to get a permanent no-shave chit. Round 2: Any time we can take a dump on O-6s and above, we will. The towel policy at an Air Force Base is outrageous. We shame those senior leaders who allow it. Round 3: Kate sat down with the viral philly hero…. // Yep, an Army veteran saved people from a burning building, but he went viral for reasons involvin' the Eagles, yo go BirdsRound 4: October 7th was the 18th birthday for the war in Afghanistan. Now the war can vote, buy cigarettes and porn, and even enlist to fight itself WITHOUT its parent's permission. A lot has changed in the world in 18 years so we take a trip back in time.Round 5: President Trump announced that the US will be leaving the Kurdish and Turkey border. Folks from both sides of the aisle are poo-pooing the decision. We try to wrap our brains around what's happening. Round 6: Our deepest concern goes out to the host or hostess at the Longhorn Steakhouse who had to inform guests that the longstanding military discount is no longer offered.
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Armed American Radio with Mark Walters – Current events and everything that matters to our right to bear arms as the enemies of freedom battle us daily. Guest Lineup: HOUR ONE, Mark breaks down Kommiefornia plans for the nation and Gov. Newsom's big Friday of gun grabbing. HOUR TWO, AWR Hawkins and Rob Pincus' Personal Defense Network Tip of the Week. HOUR THREE Law of Self Defense attorney, Andrew Branca and Stephen Gutowski from Free Beacon.
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Reporter Matt Zapotosky on how this fast-paced news week unfolded, what we learned from document, transcripts and testimonies, and what happens next now that House Speaker Pelosi has opened a formal impeachment inquiry into the president.
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This season, More Perfect is taking its camera lens off the Supreme Court and zooming in on the words of the people: the 27 amendments that We The People have made to our Constitution. We're taking on these 27 amendments both in song and in story. This episode is best listened to alongside 27: The Most Perfect Album, an entire album (an ALBUM!) and digital experience of original music and art inspired by the 27 Amendments. Think of these episodes as the audio liner notes. In More Perfect's final episode of the season, listen to liner notes for two amendments that contemplate the still-unfinished status of our Constitution. "27" is an album that marks a particular point in our history: this moment when we have 27 Amendments to our Constitution. What will be the 28th? Maybe it will address our nation's capital. The capital has been a bit of a Constitutional anomaly for much of our nation's history — it's at the heart of the democracy, but because it's not a state, people in Washington D.C. have been disenfranchised almost by accident. The 23rd Amendment solved some of the problem — it gave D.C. the right to vote for president. But it left much of D.C.'s representation questions unanswered. D.C. still does not have voting representation in Congress. Instead, D.C. sends a "non-voting delegate" to Congress. For this liner note, More Perfect profiles that delegate, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, and her unique approach to fighting for power in a virtually powerless role. The song for the 23rd Amendment is by The Mellow Tones, a group of students from D.C. high school Duke Ellington School of the Arts, along with their teacher Mark G. Meadows. The chorus, "Why won't you count on me?" reflects on the continued disenfranchisement of our nation's capital.   The final amendment of the album, the 27th Amendment, put limits on Senators' ability to give themselves a pay raise, and it has arguably the most unusual path to ratification of all 27. The first draft for the amendment was written by none other than James Madison in 1789, but back then, it didn't get enough votes from the states for ratification. It wasn't until a college student named Gregory Watson awakened the dormant amendment centuries later that it was finally ratified. The 27th Amendment song is by Kevin Devine and tells Watson's story.
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This season, More Perfect is taking our camera lens off the Supreme Court and zooming in on the words of the people: the 27 amendments that We The People have made to our Constitution. We're taking on these 27 amendments both in song and in story. This episode is best listened to alongside 27: The Most Perfect Album, an entire album (an ALBUM!) and digital experience of original music and art inspired by the 27 Amendments. Think of these episodes as the audio liner notes. Let's get started. If we're talking about the Amendments to the U.S. Constitution, it only feels right to start at the beginning. The First and Second Amendments are arguably the most ferociously contentious amendments of them all, and the Third Amendment is the underdog that everyone underestimates but (maybe) shouldn’t. With that in mind, Episode One dives into the poetic dream behind the First Amendment. This is the amendment that reflects the kind of country the Founding Fathers hoped we would be. Next, we examine the fiercely debated words of the Second Amendment, words that often feel like they divide our nation in two. And finally, we question whether the seemingly irrelevant Third Amendment might actually be the key to figuring out where our country is going. And when you're done with the episode, take a listen to the songs by Joey Stylez, Cherry Glazerr, Sateen, Flor de Toloache, Michael Richard Klics, Palehound, and They Might be Giants inspired by Amendments 1, 2 and 3 on 27: The Most Perfect Album.
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In this podcast, Mike talks about the third pillar of preparedness, your home. https://youtu.be/uP-X4ejywYk https://www.blackriflecoffee.com/pages/fieldcraftsurvival http://www.killcliff.com http://www.triarcsystems.com https://www.511tactical.com Follow us: https://fieldcraftsurvival.com/ http://www.instagram.com/fieldcraftsurvival https://www.fieldcraftmobility.com https://www.instagram.com/mike.a.glover/?hl=en
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ROUND 1: Military Ball SZN is fast approaching and with that - comes the dreaded fundraisers to lower the ticket prices. We asked YOU what YOUR units volun-told you to do, and the answers did not disappoint. ROUND 2: After 11 years with one of the worst looks in the military, Sailors are not feeling blue about a big uniform change that went into effect this week. ROUND 3: Cool? Ah-slappin' da bass. Not cool? Ah-slappin' da face! We take you down to Coronado, California where one Navy SEAL slapped another so hard he put him in a mother-fucking coma. ROUND 4: Chaps interviews Brian Wood, a recipient of the Military Cross, one of Britain's highest awards for military combat. Brian tells Chaps about the legendary Battle Of Danny Boy in a must-listen interview. ROUND 5: A retired Army lieutenant general and former superintendent of West Point is now the president at known party school, The University Of South Carolina… and this time... he's ready to PARTY. Just kidding, he wants you to get up and PT with him.
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"No one's coming to save my city for me, so what is it that I can do?"-- Paul Stewart, Oswego Renaissance Association There is more than one kind of housing crisis. The crisis we hear the most about is the crisis of supply. This is the housing crunch being felt so acutely in places like Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, Boston, New York, Lexington, and Austin. But there is another kind of housing crisis too. It gets less attention though it is arguably more widespread. This is the crisis of demand. In towns and cities across the country, quality housing stock is available, often at affordable prices. Yet they struggle to attract new residents. At the same time, many current residents are considering leaving because they’re not sure if a declining community is worth the investment of their money, time and affection. According to today’s podcast guest, Paul Stewart — one of our heroes at Strong Towns — a city facing a demand crisis often resorts to what he calls “desperate bait syndrome.” In order to lure outsiders, a city is tempted to make big promises (and big compromises) that unintentionally devalue the community. But Stewart and his own town of Oswego, in upstate New York, are taking a very different approach. They are focusing on what’s there rather than on what isn’t, building on strengths rather than focusing on perceived weaknesses. And this brilliant, incremental, neighbor-led approach is paying huge returns. Stewart is the founder and executive director of the Oswego Renaissance Association (ORA). If you’ve read the new Strong Towns book or been a regular listener to the podcast, you know how enthusiastic we are about Stewart and the ORA. In fact, Strong Towns president Chuck Marohn frequently refers communities around North America to the ORA as a model they should adapt for their own place. Among other activities, the Oregon Renaissance Association makes small matching grants to clusters of homeowners who want to collaboratively improve the exterior of their neighborhood. This results in a huge return on investment, not to mention the value of neighbors working together...often for the first time. This is a simple but profound process that unlocks neighbors’ confidence in their neighborhood. In today’s episode of the Strong Towns podcast, Chuck and Paul Stewart talk about the origin of the Oswego Renaissance Association, why the ORA remains an all-volunteer organization that is accessible to people from all walks of life, and about the simple principles that underly the ORA’s approach. They discuss the subtle power of strengthening what’s working — rather than fixing what’s often dismissed as broken. Chuck and Paul dismantle the trope that declining neighborhoods must reflect the “deficiencies” of the people who live there (18:15). And they discuss the profound effect that one realization — “I’m not alone anymore” — can have on an entire block (30:30). More can’t-miss topics from this episode: The disinvestment snowball that leads to declining conditions and a “bank run” on neighborhood confidence, and why it’s helpful to think of a neighborhood as a mutually held stock (22:00) The currency more valuable than money (36:00) The role of local government, including the limits and uses of code enforcement (40:00) Listen to this episode and we think you’ll agree that the Oswego Renaissance Association has developed a model of community investment that could be applicable for towns and cities everywhere. What could it look like where you live?
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There is nobody, let me repeat that...nobody that can hand out an ass chewing to politicians better than Mr. Patriot, Frank DeSomma. Join us for his annual State of the Union podcast where we break down the gun grabber movement, socialism, corrupt politics and the NRA. This show is on fire!
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The latest move from the Trump administration threatens to set in motion a massive legal battle and plunge automakers into uncertainty. The Post’s Juliet Eilperin explains how much power a president has over national environmental policy.
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Welcome to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective. I’m Glen Ford, along with my co-host Nellie Bailey. Coming up: The struggle for adequate, quality food as an important part of Black self-determination; the fight against mass Black incarceration opens a new front in New York City; and, Venezuela is in an epic battle for socialism and national independence against the almighty Dollar. The New York Times earned praise, and some criticism, for its recent “1619 Project” – a series of essays on the first Black slaves imported to Virginia, 400 years ago. We spoke with Josh Myers, a Howard University professor of African American Studies who delivered a lecture on the arrival of the first Africans in Jamestown. The question we posed to Myers was: If the arrival of Blacks as slaves in British America is viewed as the beginning of the Black saga, then the European colonial assault on Africa and most of the world is not part of the story. Black American slavery and oppression is depicted out of context.  U.S. sactions against Venezuela are ravaging that country’s economy, and have already caused the deaths of at least 40,000 people, due to shortages of medicine. Millions of Venezuelans have fled the country’s deteriorating economic conditions. Nicholas Evan Ayala is co-editor of Anti-Conquista, a journal that defends the Venezuelan revolution. We began our conversation with Ayala by asking him to translate the publication’s title, “Anti-Conquista.” Food stores have abandoned Black communities across the United States, forcing residents to eat badly or travel to other neighborhoods to shop. Ashante Reese is a professor of anthropology at Spelman College, in Atlanta. She’s written a book, titled, “Black Food Geopgraphers: Race, Self-Reliance, and Fund Access in Washington, DC.” We asked Professor Reese, How bad is the situation in what some people call “food desert” neighborhoods?  Activists in New York City are trying to prevent the construction of four new prisons in the different boroughs of the city, designed to replace the jail cells that will be lost when the infamous Rikers Island Jail is closed down. The “No New Jails” movement says now is the time to phase out mass incarceration, not replenish it. Ben NDugga-Kabuye is with the Black Alliance for Just Immigration. Donti Mitchell is a prisoner of the State of New York. In this report for Prison Radio, Mitchell asks the question: “What kind of society are we?”
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The question of how much power the Supreme Court should possess has divided justices over time. But the issue was perhaps never more hotly debated than in Baker v. Carr. On this episode of More Perfect, we talk about the case that pushed one Supreme Court justice to a nervous breakdown, brought a boiling feud to a head, put one justice in the hospital, and changed the course of the Supreme Court – and the nation – forever.
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Armed American Radio with Mark Walters – Current events and everything that matters to our right to bear arms as the enemies of freedom battle us daily. Guest Lineup: Mark Walter and Lee "The Gun Writer" Williams. Nuff said.
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On a fall afternoon in 1984, Dethorne Graham ran into a convenience store for a bottle of orange juice. Minutes later he was unconscious, injured, and in police handcuffs. In this episode, we explore a case that sent two Charlotte lawyers on a quest for true objectivity, and changed the face of policing in the US.
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Eric and Ted do another “how do you” episode. The last one has been one of most downloaded episodes so, we’re doing another one. They cover the breaker bar and how that fits in the big picture for outing over all and also how they use that tool for building grips. They talk about their views on muzzle work and what a muzzle is for (and it’s not for equipment fixation), then cover door popper drills, and finally dogs that are dog reactive and how to deal with that . AND OF COURSE, thank you to our amazing partners: HITS K9 Training and Conferencehttps://www.hitsk9.netor Jeff Barrett at 863-529-5113 Ray Allen Manufacturing https://www.rayallen.com(USE DISCOUNT CODE WorkingDogRadio FOR 10% OFF your next order) Southern Coast K9 at https://www.southerncoastk9.com or 877.903.DOGS Dogtra (Use Discount Code WDR10 for 10% a single item over $200)www.dogtra.com Horizon Structures www.HorizonStructures.comToll Free 888-447-4337 Silver State K9 https://www.SilverStateK9.com or on Facebook and Instagram @silverstatek9 QuickDerm by Vet Care Fast Acting Wound Care for all species of animal! Use Code: 10WDR For 10% off your first order!! www.vetcare.us Tactical Police K9 Training at https://www.tacticalpolicek9training.com CombatBet Challenge Coinshttps://combatbet.comUse discount code: WORKINGDOGRADIOfor 10% off!!! & TRY BEFORE YOU BUY SAMPLER PACK HERE: www.combatbet.com/wdr then plug in discount code: WDR (sample pack offer valid in US only) True Scent K9 Training Aids available HERE: https://www.truescentk9.com or512-533-2040 Discount Code WDR15 for 15% off training aids excluding accessories ALM Suits & K9 Equipment https://www.almk9equipment.com (Ise Discount Code WDRADIO for 10% off your first order) Tripwire Operations Group https://www.tripwireops.org Music with permission By Brother Dege – Official www.brotherdege.net, on itunes, Amazon, CD Baby or anywhere you stream digital media Edited and co-produced by Alesha BrandtVisit us on our other sites: https://www.patreon.com/WorkingDogRadiohttps://www.hrdpolicek9.com
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Barstool Sports Daily News PodcastSupport Hard Factor & ‘Pop The Clutch'™ on a Shirt » Merch: http://bit.ly/HF-Merch -------------------------------------------------On Today's Episode.......Shocker, Turkey invades Syria and is slaughtering our former allies against ISIS, The Kurds.Soft Corner: A 26 year old man who grew breasts from taking a drug manufactured by Johnson & Johnson has been awarded 8 BILLION, thats 4 BILLION per boob.News Buffet:- Family finds $600k of cocaine on a beach in South Carolina- Arizona official charged with selling babies illegally- A Mexican mayor is dragged through the streets by citizens who were unhappy he didn't fix a road- PG&E Once again shutting power down to hundreds of thousands of client in California to avoid causing a forest fire- What has Matt Lauer been up to?Brought to you by Policy Genius, go to https://www.policygenius.com for the easiest and best way to compare and purchase insurance!!!Go to http://bit.ly/2Mcuq0c to get your first $20 deposit matched in the stock market of politics!------------------------------------------------- Follow us on Twitter: @HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/HFTWIT@HardFactorMark: http://bit.ly/MarkCats@HardFactorPat: http://bit.ly/PatHF@HardFactorWes: http://bit.ly/WesTwit@HardFactorWill: http://bit.ly/HFwillFollow us on Instagram: @HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/InstagHFSee how sweaty we look » Youtube: http://bit.ly/HardFactorYT
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In addition to quoting They Might Be Giants lyrics, this week’s episode features cohosts Bobby Chesney and Steve Vladeck taking on three big issues: * The Impeachment Inquiry & the White House Counsel’s Letter on Non-Cooperation * President Trump’s decision to abandon America’s Kurdish allies and thus set in motion the potential release of thousands of Islamic State fighters * A set of newly-declassified decisions by the FISC (and FISC-R) involving the latest round of Section 702 certification, including a finding that compliance problems at FBI (with respect to running US person queries of the 702 database) amounted, in the totality of the circumstances, to a Fourth Amendment violation. As for frivolity: the world of sportsball meshed with foreign relations as the NBA quivered in the face of a Beijing backlash, all triggered by a tweet from the Rockets’ GM.  “It is time for us all to decide who we are…”
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Heather Mac Donald joins Seth Barron to discuss homelessness on the streets of San Francisco and the city’s wrongheaded attempts to solve the problem. "San Francisco has conducted a real-life experiment in what happens when a society stops enforcing bourgeois norms of behavior," writes Mac Donald in City Journal. For nearly three decades, the Bay Area has been a magnet for the homeless. Now the situation is growing dire, as residents and visitors experience near-daily contact with mentally disturbed persons. Mac Donald's essay, "San Francisco, Hostage to the Homeless," appears in City Journal's Autumn 2019 issue; an adapted version was published in the Wall Street Journal.
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Weather editor Andrew Freedman explains how Trump’s inaccurate hurricane tweet led to worrying implications for NOAA and the NWS, and what happens when a president politicizes scientific institutions.
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On the inaugural episode of More Perfect, we explore three little words embedded in the 8th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution: “cruel and unusual.” The Supreme Court has continually grappled with what these words mean, especially as they pertain to one of our most hot button issues as a country: the death penalty.
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On this episode, a three-year-old girl and the highest court in the land. From the Radiolab archives, Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl is the story that inspired More Perfect's creation.
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The data is indisputable: in developed countries boys now lag behind girls in several significant areas of education. For years, women lagged behind men in educational attainment. More boys went to university, and twice as many men as women got degrees in 1960. Forty years later and, fifty seven percent of university students are women. By almost any measure of school related performance girls are doing better than boys. Everyone agrees there is a problem but there is little consensus over what is causing it. Are boys doing worse or girls doing better? Is the education system biased against boys? Are boys just wired differently when it comes to learning? The roots of the new gender gap are complex and nuanced, but if we can't agree on what's causing it, how can we solve it? In the meantime more and more boys will fall behind. In this Analysis on The Problem with Boys, BBC journalist and father of three boys, David Grossman, looks at the evidence and tries to find a way forward. Producer: Gemma Newby Editor: Jasper Corbett
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Hosting this show is Phil Campion, a veteran of military operations in just about every conflict-prone corner of the world. He served with the Royal Hampshires, passed through Commando and Parachute Regiment selection, before being badged with 22 SAS. He left the British Army in his early thirties, with the rank of Staff Sergeant, and started working on the private military circuit. He lives in Southampton with his partner, Wendy, and three children. He is a fluent Spanish speaker and continues to work as an operator on the private military circuit. Phil’s first book, Born Fearless: From SAS to Mercenary to Pirate Hunter – My Life as a Shadow Warrior, was published by Quercus in September 2011. His first novel, Desert Fire, following the exploits of ex-SAS operative Steve Range, was published by Quercus in September 2012, and the second in the Blackstone Six series, Killing Range, followed in May 2013. Phil’s most recent book, Big Phil Campion’s Real World SAS Survival Guide, was published by Quercus in May 2014. On this show, Phil gets in depth about his time hunting pirates off the coast of Somalia. He also breaks down his experiences at the inaugural Crate Club Academy event which had some amazing training with an incredible group of guys. For those who haven’t heard, SOFREP.com is back! All of our websites – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – are being consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club. Our developers are working hard on all of the new features and integration components for the full launch that will be ready in the coming weeks. As always, be sure to check out CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!
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On this episode, we visit Edward Blum, a 64-year-old “legal entrepreneur” and former stockbroker who has become something of a Supreme Court matchmaker. He’s had remarkable success, with 6 cases heard before the Supreme Court, including that of Abigail Fisher. We also head to Houston, Texas, where in 1998, an unusual 911 call led to one of the most important LGBTQ rights decisions in the Supreme Court’s history.
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This season, More Perfect is taking its camera lens off the Supreme Court and zooming in on the words of the people: the 27 amendments that We The People have made to our Constitution. We're taking on these 27 amendments both in song and in story. This episode is best listened to alongside 27: The Most Perfect Album, an entire album (an ALBUM!) and digital experience of original music and art inspired by the 27 Amendments. Think of these episodes as the audio liner notes. This week, More Perfect takes a look at three amendments on the more obscure end of the spectrum. The 12th, 17th, and 20th Amendments made fine-tune adjustments to the way we pick our leaders. More Perfect is here to prove these three are more interesting than you think they are. For starters, the 12th Amendment is the secret star of the hit musical Hamilton. The Election of 1800 and the kerfuffle between Aaron Burr and Thomas Jefferson was one of the reasons we passed the 12th Amendment, which made it so that presidential and vice presidential candidates run alongside each other on a single ticket. It was meant to avoid awkward situations where political opponents suddenly had to be partners in government. But Radiolab's Rachael Cusick reflects on the Clinton-Trump race and the ways the 12th Amendment may have polarized politics. Then, listen to Octopus Project's original song about the 12th Amendment.   The idea for the 20th Amendment, which shortened the "lame duck" period for outgoing presidents and members of Congress, was first proposed around the same time as the 12th, but it took years to get political momentum to pass it. That momentum came in part from infamous president, Warren G. Harding, whose missteps ignited a movement to pass it. Huey Supreme wrote an original song about the 20th Amendment from the perspective of a lame duck. Then, More Perfect skips back to the 17th Amendment, which made the election of U.S. senators more democratic. Our state legislatures used to hand-pick Senators, but the 17th made it so the people elect their Senators directly. More Perfect reflects on whether direct democracy is all it's cracked up to be. Listen to original songs about the 17th amendment by Stef Chura and Donny Dinero (of Mail the Horse).  
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Armed American Radio with Mark Walters – Current events and everything that matters to our right to bear arms as the enemies of freedom battle us daily. Guest Lineup: Mark tells personal stories regarding what type of people do certain things.
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“Equal protection of the laws” was granted to all persons by the 14th Amendment in 1868. But for nearly a century after that, women had a hard time convincing the courts that they should be allowed to be jurors, lawyers, and bartenders, just the same as men. A then-lawyer at the ACLU named Ruth Bader Ginsburg set out to convince an all-male Supreme Court to take sex discrimination seriously with an unconventional strategy. She didn’t just bring cases where women were the victims of discrimination; she also brought cases where men were the victims. In this episode, we look at how a key battle for gender equality was won with frat boys and beer.
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ACLJ in Federal Court Defending Life. We discuss this and more on today's show.
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Citizens United vs. Federal Election Commission is one of the most polarizing Supreme Court cases of all time. So what is it actually about, and why did the Justices decide the way they did? Justice Anthony Kennedy, often called the “most powerful man in America,” wrote the majority opinion in the case. In this episode, we examine Kennedy’s singular devotion to the First Amendment and look at how it may have influenced his decision in the case. 
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This season, More Perfect is taking its camera lens off the Supreme Court and zooming in on the words of the people: the 27 amendments that We The People have made to our Constitution. We're taking on these 27 amendments both in song and in story. This episode is best listened to alongside 27: The Most Perfect Album, an entire album (an ALBUM!) and digital experience of original music and art inspired by the 27 Amendments. Think of these episodes as the audio liner notes. The Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Amendments enshrine some of our most important civil liberties. They tell us about the rights we have when the government knocks on our door, including protections from "unreasonable searches and seizures," self-incrimination, "cruel and unusual punishments," and the right to "a speedy and public trial"-- among others. Episode Two looks at these amendments through the story of one man, Christopher Scott, who finds himself face-to-face with Dallas police officers as they investigate a violent crime. The role that these amendments play—and fail to play— in Christopher’s encounter tells a profound story about the presence of the Constitution in our everyday lives. And when you're done with the episode, listen to the songs by Briana Marela, Torres, Sons of an Illustrious Father, Adia Victoria, Nana Grizol, and High Waisted inspired by Amendments 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 on 27: The Most Perfect Album.   Special thanks to Gloria Browne-Marshall and David Gray.
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For nearly 200 years of our nation’s history, the Second Amendment was an all-but-forgotten rule about the importance of militias. But in the 1960s and 70s, a movement emerged — led by Black Panthers and a recently-repositioned NRA — that insisted owning a firearm was the right of each and every American. So began a constitutional debate that only the Supreme Court could solve. That didn’t happen until 2008, when a Washington, D.C. security guard named Dick Heller made a compelling case.
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We think of the Supreme Court justices as all-powerful beings, issuing momentous rulings from on high. But they haven’t always been so, you know, supreme. On this episode, we go all the way back to the case that, in a lot of ways, started it all. 
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After a fun game of “how I spent my summer--Supreme Court edition,” Leah, Melissa, Jaime, and Kate preview some of the cases they are watching for the upcoming term. They also discuss other issues that might make their way to the Court soon, including significant executive power disputes that might allow the Chief Justice to make some fashion waves.
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Round 1: A woman who unwittingly helped assassinate Kim Jong Un's half-brother said she did it to be a YouTube star… and there but for the grace of god go I. Round 2: A study by Duke University found that employers think veterans lack social-emotional abilities and are less likely to hire them for certain jobs. Whatever, nerds.Round 3: Senior Army Leaders are triggered that soldiers are violating the Phantom Warrior Standard Handbook, whatever that is. We'll walk you through their concerns.Round 4: Interview  with former Army Ranger and world-class motivator J.B. Spisso  
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Understanding the Conflict in Turkey. Join us as we discuss this and more on today's show.
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Should you be able to say and do whatever you want online? And if not, who should police this? More Perfect hosts a debate about online hate speech, fake news and whether the First Amendment needs an update for the digital age.
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Last year in the wake of the attack in Las Vegas, reporter Sean Rameswaram took a deep dive into America's twisty, thorny, seemingly irreconcilable relationship with guns. It's a story about the Second Amendment, the Black Panthers, the NRA, and a guy named Dick Heller, who in 2008 brought the Second Amendment to the Supreme Court for the very first time.
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An unassuming string of 16 words tucked into the Constitution grants Congress extensive power to make laws that impact the entire nation. The Commerce Clause has allowed Congress to intervene in all kinds of situations — from penalizing one man for growing too much wheat on his farm, to enforcing the end of racial segregation nationwide. That is, if the federal government can make an economic case for it. This seemingly all-powerful tool has the potential to unite the 50 states into one nation and protect the civil liberties of all. But it also challenges us to consider: when we make everything about money, what does it cost us?
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On this episode, we revisit Edward Blum, a self-described “legal entrepreneur” and former stockbroker who has become something of a Supreme Court matchmaker: he takes an issue, finds the perfect plaintiff, matches them with lawyers, and helps the case work its way to the highest court in the land. His target: laws that differentiate between people based on race — including ones that empower minorities. More Perfect profiled Edward Blum in season one of the show. We catch up with him to hear about his latest effort to end affirmative action at Harvard. 
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What happens when the Supreme Court, the highest court in the land, seems to get it wrong? Korematsu v. United States upheld President Franklin Roosevelt’s internment of American citizens during World War II based solely on their Japanese heritage, for the sake of national security. In this episode, we follow Fred Korematsu’s path to the Supreme Court, and we ask the question: if you can’t get justice in the Supreme Court, can you find it someplace else?
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Armed American Radio with Mark Walters – Current events and everything that matters to our right to bear arms as the enemies of freedom battle us daily. Guest Lineup: Mark chats with good friend, David Codrea.
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The rules of oral argument at the Supreme Court are strict: when a justice speaks, the advocate has to shut up.  But a law student noticed that the rules were getting broken again and again — by men.  He and his professor set out to chart an epidemic of interruptions.  If women can’t catch a break in the boardroom or the legislature (or at the MTV VMA’s), what’s it going to take to let them speak from the bench of the highest court in the land?
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This week's episode discusses the case of Kahler v. Kansas, which broadly asks the Supreme Court if the insanity defense is protected under the Constitution.  Brett and Nazim go through the applicable insanity defenses and eventually discuss the less interesting ways under which this case will probably be decided.  Law starts at (07:06).
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Get Caught Trying to Make the World Better! Best Safety Podcast, Safety Program, Safety Storytelling, Investigations, Human Performance, Safety Differently, Operational Excellence, Resilience Engineering, Safety and Resilience Incentives... Give this a listen. Thanks for listening and tell your friends.  See you on Audible...a couple books are up on there.  Have a great day as well.
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Should the U.S. Supreme Court be the court of the world? In the 18th century, two feuding Frenchmen inspired a one-sentence law that helped launch American human rights litigation into the 20th century. The Alien Tort Statute allowed a Paraguayan woman to find justice for a terrible crime committed in her homeland. But as America reached further and further out into the world, the court was forced to confront the contradictions in our country’s ideology: sympathy vs. sovereignty. Earlier this month, the Supreme Court heard arguments in Jesner v. Arab Bank, a case that could reshape the way America responds to human rights abuses abroad. Does the A.T.S. secure human rights or is it a dangerous overreach?
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Robert Wilken discusses his new book “Liberty in the Things of God: The Christian Origins of Religious Freedom.”
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This season, More Perfect is taking its camera lens off the Supreme Court and zooming in on the words of the people: the 27 amendments that We The People have made to our Constitution. We're taking on these 27 amendments both in song and in story. This episode is best listened to alongside 27: The Most Perfect Album, an entire album (an ALBUM!) and digital experience of original music and art inspired by the 27 Amendments. Think of these episodes as the audio liner notes. The first eight amendments to the U.S. Constitution are literal, straightforward, and direct. But when we get to Amendments nine, 10, and 11, things get… hazy. These are some of the least literal amendments in the Constitution: they mean more than they say, and what they say is often extremely confusing. So in the third episode of the new More Perfect season we take these three blurry amendments and bring them into focus, embarking on a metaphorical, metaphysical, and somewhat astronomical journey to find the perfect analogies to truly understand each one. Episode Three reaches for lofty metaphors of moon shadows, legal penumbras, and romantic relationships — as well as more guttural, frankly gross ones, like the human appendix, to describe the three amendments that define the nature of our union and the powers of the government and the people. And when you're done with the episode, listen to the songs by The Kominas, Lean Year, and Field Medic inspired by Amendments 9, 10 and 11 on 27: The Most Perfect Album.    
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In this episode of More Perfect, how two families grapple with one terrible Supreme Court decision. Dred Scott v. Sandford is one of the most infamous cases in Supreme Court history: in 1857, a slave named Dred Scott filed a suit for his freedom and lost. In his decision, Chief Justice Roger Brooke Taney wrote that black men “had no rights which the white man was bound to respect.”  One civil war and more than a century later, the Taneys and the Scotts reunite at a Hilton in Missouri to figure out what reconciliation looks like in the 21st century.
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Bob and Andrew talk with Bulent Aliriza, director of the CSIS Turkey Project, about the escalating situation along the Syrian border with Turkey after President Trump ordered U.S. troops out of the region.
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“It is an invidious, undemocratic, and unconstitutional practice,” Justice John Paul Stevens said of gerrymandering in Vieth v. Jubelirer (2004). Politicians have been manipulating district lines to favor one party over another since the founding of our nation. But with a case starting today, Gill v. Whitford, the Supreme Court may be in a position to crack this historical nut once and for all. Up until this point, the court didn’t have a standard measure or test of how much one side had unfairly drawn district lines. But “the efficiency gap” could be it. The mathematical formula measures how many votes Democrats and Republicans waste in elections; if either side is way outside the norm, there may be some foul play at hand. According to Loyola law professor Justin Levitt, both the case and the formula arrive at a critical time. “After the census in 2020, all sorts of different bodies will redraw all sorts of different lines and this case will help decide how and where.”
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Some of President Trump’s allies described a lost summer, full of controversies and missed opportunities. White House reporter Ashley Parker explains how presidents have strategized in summer, and how Trump’s approach is different.
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في الحلقة الـ10 من #بودكاست_سقراط تحدثنا مع المدير التنفيذي للمدفوعات السعودية زياد اليوسف كما هي عادتنا في ٤ محاور: في المحور الأول تحدثنا عن تاريخ المدفوعات عموماً، وتطور المدفوعات في السعودية تحديداً ومن يملك شركة المدفوعات السعودية؟ وفي المحور الثاني تحدثنا عن أهم الإنجازات مثل نسبة نمو العمليات عبر المدفوعات الرقمية وانتشار نقاط البيع وغيرها وفي المحور الثالث تحدثنا عن أهم التحديات التي تواجههم وكيف تعامل ضيفنا مع تحدي تغيير الثقافة المرتبطة بخلع قبعة المشرع ولبس قبعة المشغل؟ وفي المحور الرابع نقلنا أسئلتكم مثل: ليش ما تم تفعيل السداد بالجوال في الأجهزة الأخرى مثل ما صار في أجهزة Apple ؟ ليش رسوم مدى أونلاين أعلى من مدى العادي؟ وغيرها من أسئلتكم الثرية   فضلا الإشتراك في القناة ليصلك تنبيه مع إطلاق كل حلقة لمتابعة حساب زياد اليوسف على تويتر لمتابعة حساب البرنامج على تويتر لمتابعة عمر الجريسي عبر سناب تشات   هذا البرنامج من إنتاج شبكة مايكس للبودكاست  شكر خاص للراعي الإعلامي مجموعة ون  شكر خاص لراعي التسويق الرقمي ناشر
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What happens when the Supreme Court, the highest court in the land, seems to get it wrong? Korematsu v. United States is a case that’s been widely denounced and discredited, but it still remains on the books. This is the case that upheld President Franklin Roosevelt’s internment of American citizens during World War II based solely on their Japanese heritage, for the sake of national security. In this episode, we follow Fred Korematsu’s path to the Supreme Court, and we ask the question: if you can’t get justice in the Supreme Court, can you find it someplace else?
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Think back to the last time you saw an Appalachian portrayed on TV, in the national media, in a book or a cartoon. Often, when people talk about Appalachians, they portray us as white, or poor, or ignorant -- or all three. But when you dig beneath the surface, and challenge the stereotypes that are often used to misrepresent people who live in our region, the story becomes much more honest, and interesting.
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Dogging and Arctic Monkeys B-sides. Don't forget to send your song suggestions for our Brexitcast playlist before next week! Email brexitcast@bbc.co.uk. Producer: Poppy Damon. Editor: Dino Sofos.
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The commercial war between two economic superpowers has entered a new phase. The Post’s Jeanne Whalen explains whether President Trump’s edict to U.S. business is enforceable and what the latest trade war developments mean for the global economy.
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ROUND 1: Hey there Red, White & Beautiful --- we found some of the WORST military dating profiles around and we're gonna break ‘em down for ya. Listen in & who knows… maybe you'll find your soul mate ROUND 2: A veteran from PA went to D.C. thinking he was just there to tour the WWII memorial, but he ended up getting the surprise of a lifetime, and a medal that was a long time comingROUND 3: Pull back your recliner and light a cig. John Boehner has a lengthy chat with us and tells us some of his best stories.ROUND 4: Maybe we really should be storming Area 51 because a member of Blink 182 got the Navy to confirm their existence. Say it ain't so, there's UFOs, take your pants off, they'll give butt probes.
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Round 1: The Area 51 Raid is over and the Air Force Defenders won the day but the DoD still had to apologize for a now-deleted Tweet involving a B-2 bomber and a gaggle of Airmen.Round 2: Army Captain gets the biggest boner for himself and creates the biggest closed door open door policy we've ever seen. Round 3: Private Portnoy, better known as Cousin Mike and Dave Portnoy's father, joins the show to talk about his time in the ArmyRound 4: Jaguars star Cornerback Jalen Ramsey demanded a trade last week. He wasnt traded. This week, he called and said that he was sick and wouldnt be showing up to practice. Who the fuck is his squad leader and I expect to see them both with a chit from medical by 0900.Round 5: Cadets at the Citadel, perhaps the most prestigious military academy in the entire world, are going on a hunger strike over the food conditions at their dining hall. Glad to see these future officers exercising their rights to complain about everything. 
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ROUND 1: A walrus defending her cubs sank a Russian Navy boat in the Arctic Ocean. Will Putin declare war on all sea mammals?ROUND 2: A soldier planned to bomb a major American news network, and it turns out... that's frowned upon. The FBI has scooped him up & we're thinking it'll be worse than a simple counseling. ROUND 3: Chaps traveled out to interview Robert Sweatt, a 97-year-old WWII veteran who was an Aerial Gunner in the Air Force. He survived THREE plane crashes. He tells Chaps a ton of incredible stories in a must-listen interview.ROUND 4: Uncle Sam wants YOU... to donate your body parts (once again, RIP Doris)ROUND 5: People are chugging canteens full of hater-ade after a military spouse's Tik Tok post rustles feathers
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In this episode, Mike talks about your rights, facts, tactics and much more. https://www.blackriflecoffee.com/pages/fieldcraftsurvival http://www.killcliff.com http://www.triarcsystems.com Follow us: https://fieldcraftsurvival.com/ http://www.instagram.com/fieldcraftsurvival https://www.fieldcraftmobility.com https://www.instagram.com/mike.a.glover/?hl=en
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The Supreme Court may not have been conceptualized as a co-equal branch of the federal government, but it became one as a result of the political maneuvering of Chief Justice John Marshall. The fourth (and longest-serving) chief justice was "a great lover of power," according to historian Jill Lepore, but he was also a great lover of secrecy. Marshall believed, in order for the justices to confer with each other candidly, their papers needed to remain secret in perpetuity. It was under this veil of secrecy that the biggest heist in the history of the Supreme Court took place.  The key voices: Jill Lepore, professor of American history at Harvard University The key links: "The Great Paper Caper," The New Yorker (2014) Felix Frankfurter, Supreme Court justice 1939 to 1962 Leadership support for More Perfect is provided by The Joyce Foundation. Additional funding is provided by The Charles Evans Hughes Memorial Foundation. Supreme Court archival audio comes from Oyez®, a free law project in collaboration with the Legal Information Institute at Cornell. 
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Barstool Sports Daily News PodcastSupport Hard Factor & ‘Pop The Clutch'™ on a Shirt » Merch: http://bit.ly/HF-Merch ------------------------------------------------- On today's episode...  Guess who got stuck with this update... Wes.  Get your update on Brexit and who is going to win the Canadian election, black Face Trudeau or conservative party candidate Adam Scheer.  Also bet on it at PredictIt (link below)News Buffet - Someone stole a duffel bag full of serpents by accident- Radford student and absolute psychopath pleaded guilty to murdering her best friend- Amber Guyger witness Joshua Brown was murdered over a drug deal gone wrong- Julian Castro got 12 LGBTQ and disabled asylum seekers across the border for like a minute then they got sent home- Quick Liz Warren and Donald Trump update- Take a trip to the Space CornerBrought to you by Policy Genius, go to https://www.policygenius.com for the easiest and best way to compare and purchase insurance!!!Go to http://bit.ly/2Mcuq0c to get your first $20 deposit matched in the stock market of politics!------------------------------------------------- Follow us on Twitter: @HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/HFTWIT@HardFactorMark: http://bit.ly/MarkCats@HardFactorPat: http://bit.ly/PatHF@HardFactorWes: http://bit.ly/WesTwit@HardFactorWill: http://bit.ly/HFwillFollow us on Instagram: @HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/InstagHFSee how sweaty we look » Youtube: http://bit.ly/HardFactorYT
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Barstool Sports Daily News PodcastSupport Hard Factor & ‘Pop The Clutch'™ on a Shirt » Merch: http://bit.ly/HF-Merch -------------------------------------------------On today's episode....President Trump withdraws troops from Syria, leaving our allies, the Kurds, to fend for themselves against an inevitable invasion from Turkey.News Buffet:- Zombie deer are spreading, and Nevada is putting a giant condom on Utah to prevent the spread- A tow truck driver is strangled to death by a POS who really really didn't want his car towed- Another hilarious wedding story- Rep. Ihlan Omar is an alleged home wrecker- A Woman sneaks on a plane with no ticket causing all passengers to go through security again- Freaky Instagram star is arrested for being too freaky for IranBrought to you by Policy Genius, go to https://www.policygenius.com for the easiest and best way to compare and purchase insurance!!!Go to http://bit.ly/2Mcuq0c to get your first $20 deposit matched in the stock market of politics!------------------------------------------------- Follow us on Twitter: @HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/HFTWIT@HardFactorMark: http://bit.ly/MarkCats@HardFactorPat: http://bit.ly/PatHF@HardFactorWes: http://bit.ly/WesTwit@HardFactorWill: http://bit.ly/HFwillFollow us on Instagram: @HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/InstagHFSee how sweaty we look » Youtube: http://bit.ly/HardFactorYT
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This season, More Perfect is taking its camera lens off the Supreme Court and zooming in on the words of the people: the 27 amendments that We The People have made to our Constitution. We're taking on these 27 amendments both in song and in story. This episode is best listened to alongside 27: The Most Perfect Album, an entire album (an ALBUM!) and digital experience of original music and art inspired by the 27 Amendments. Think of these episodes as the audio liner notes. Amendments 13, 14, and 15 are collectively known as the Reconstruction Amendments: they were passed as instructions to rebuild the country after Civil War. They addressed slavery, citizenship, equality and voting rights for black people. This week, the More Perfect team explores the legacy of the amendments beyond the Civil War — the ways the promises of these amendments changed the country and the ways they've fallen short. First, More Perfect Executive Producer Suzie Lechtenberg and Legal Editor Elie Mystal explore the loophole in the 13th Amendment's slavery ban that's being used in a strange context: college football. We share songs about the 13th Amendment from Kash Doll and Bette Smith. Then, producer Julia Longoria shares a conversation with her roommate Alia Almeida exploring their relationship to the amendments. Inspired by the 14th's Amendment's grant of equal protection and citizenship rights, Sarah Kay's poem tells the story of her grandmother, a U.S. citizen who was interned during World War II in a Japanese American Internment camp. Despite the 14th Amendment's equal protection clause, the Supreme Court upheld the internment of U.S. citizens based solely on their Japanese heritage in a case called Korematsu v. United States. In 2018, the Supreme Court said Korematsu was "wrong the day it was decided." The Court went on to uphold President Trump's controversial travel ban in Trump v. Hawaii. "Korematsu has nothing to do with this case," wrote the majority. In a dissenting opinion, Justice Sotomayor accused the majority of "redeploying the same dangerous logic underlying Korematsu" when they upheld the ban. Finally, hear songs inspired by the 15th Amendment by Aisha Burns and Nnamidi Ogbonnaya.
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Armed American Radio with Mark Walters – Current events and everything that matters to our right to bear arms as the enemies of freedom battle us daily. Guest Lineup: Mark takes listeners on a journey from San Francisco to Hood County Texas and winds up in NY State. Enjoy the ride.
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Josh Warren is a former U.S. Army Ranger who served combat tours with 2nd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. He is now a successful business owner who turned his passion into an income. 00:00:00 - Opening 07:22:00 - Turning Passion into Income 53:22:42 - The Closing Robert is a retired US Army Armor and Recruiter/Retention MSG turned Fortune 50 executive; Paul Martinez is a former U.S. Army Ranger Sniper who served with 3rd Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment. This podcast is being brought to you by UnCanna. Visit UnCanna.com and use the code Mentors4mil. Read our disclaimer below. Join our new closed Facebook Team Room at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mentors4mil Visit https://www.patreon.com/join/Mentors4mil? to become a patron of our podcast. Follow Mentors for Military: iTunes: https://apple.co/1WaEvbB Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3w4RiZBxBS8EDy6cuOlbUl PodBean: https://mentorsformilitary.podbean.com/ SoundCloud: https://www.soundcloud.com/mentors4mil Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mentors4mil Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mentors4mil Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mentors4mil Homepage: http://www.mentorsformilitary.com Use Code Mentors4mil at www.SkeletonOptics.com to receive your discount. DISCLAIMER: The goods advertised and/or the opinions shared are no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified medical professional. This information is provided on the understanding that it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services. Instead, we encourage you to discuss your options with a health care provider. Opinions expressed are based upon the speaker’s experience and conclusions, and neither Mentors for Military nor any company providing financial support endorses or opposes any particular treatment option or prevention option discussed in this podcast. The information contained herein is further provided for general information on matters of interest only. The application and impact of laws can vary widely based on the specific facts involved and the particular location. Given the changing nature of laws, rules and regulations, the information provided herein is provided with the understanding that Mentors for Military are not herein engaged in rendering legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice and services. As such, this information should not be used as a substitute for consultation with professional tax, legal, or other competent advisors. Mentors for Military is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information. All information in this site is provided “as is,” with no guarantee of completeness, accuracy, timeliness or of the results obtained from the sue of this information, and without warranty or any kind, express or implied, including but not limited to warranties of performance, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. In no events will Mentors for Military, or any of its partners, agents, or employees be liable to you or anyone else for any decision made or action taken in reliance on the information provided or for any consequential, special or similar damages.
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This season, More Perfect is taking its camera lens off the Supreme Court and zooming in on the words of the people: the 27 amendments that We The People have made to our Constitution. We're taking on these 27 amendments both in song and in story. This episode is best listened to alongside 27: The Most Perfect Album, an entire album (an ALBUM!) and digital experience of original music and art inspired by the 27 Amendments. Think of these episodes as the audio liner notes.Episode Four begins, as all episodes should: with Dolly Parton. Parton wrote a song for us (!) about the 19th Amendment and women (finally) getting the right to vote.Also in this episode: Our siblings at Radiolab share a story with us that they did about how the 19th Amendment almost died on a hot summer night in Tennessee. The 19th Amendment was obviously a huge milestone for women in the United States. But it was pretty well-understood that this wasn’t a victory for all women; it was a victory for white women. People of color have faced all sorts of barriers to voting throughout our nation's history. This includes poll taxes, which were fees people had to pay in order to vote. The 24th Amendment eliminated federal poll taxes in 1964. We hear a song inspired by the 24th Amendment, created for us by Caroline Shaw. Kevin Morby made an excellent song for us about the 24th, too. Check it out here. Finally, Simon Tam, from the band The Slants tells the story of the Supreme Court case about their name, and talks about the song they wrote about the 18th and 21st Amendments for our album. (It’s a jam!)
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Rachel Quednau returns for this very special episode of the podcast, the finale of our weeklong series inspired by Chuck Marohn’s new book, Strong Towns: A Bottom-Up Revolution to Rebuild American Prosperity.   After catching up on what Rachel has been doing since moving to Boston, the two friends talk about the evolution of the Strong Towns conversation. Strong Towns initially focused almost exclusively on planning and engineering, but now it goes beyond “the math” too, asking essential questions about how we cultivate rich and abundant lives in our stronger neighborhoods.    Chuck and Rachel talk about the challenges and rewards of healthy conversation in our politically-charged times. Chuck also recalls the time he spent living with Hasidic Jews in New York City, and he reflects on how many of us are now faced with the challenge of living out our values despite our surroundings rather than in cooperation with them.   This warm conversation between friends is a fitting way to wrap-up an exciting week.
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In episode two of this weeklong podcast series, Charles Marohn, Jr. is interviewed by Strong Towns board member John Reuter. The two longtime friends go in-depth on Chuck’s book, Strong Towns, which releases today!   Specifically, Chuck and John look at the “infrastructure cult” that has arisen since World War Two. American leaders on both sides of the political aisle look to big infrastructure projects to spur development and create jobs. But they do so while overlooking the longterm cost of these projects, not to mention the backlog of unfunded maintenance on existing projects. Chuck and John explore where this mindset comes from, the enormous toll it is taking on our local communities, and how to finally break free of the alluring but ultimately destructive infrastructure cult.   Also discussed: Why poorer neighborhoods make the best investments How the mutual-validation loops of the modern development pattern resemble the Greek oracles The ways in which we sacrifice stability for the sake of efficiency and growth Why generations of consumption have likely made a generation of "corrective sacrifice" inevitable. We’re doing something unique this week. We're releasing one episode every day and inviting special guests to commandeer the Strong Towns podcast microphone to talk with Chuck about his first book, Strong Towns: A Bottom-Up Revolution to Rebuild American Prosperity. This is episode two of that series.   Make sure you don’t miss a single episode. Subscribe to the Strong Towns podcast on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts. For more information about the book, visit strongtowns.org/book.
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Brandon Webb hosts world renowned self-defense expert, Tim Larkin, on the podcast to share his self-defense philosophy with the SOFREP crew. Brandon and Tim discuss the SEAL community, his travel ban from the UK for his controversial fight techniques, and Tim's time in Navy SEAL BUD/S training. They also discuss his book, When Violence is the Answer: Learning How to Do What it Takes When Your Life is at Stake. For those who haven’t heard, SOFREP.com is back! All of our websites – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – are being consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club. Our developers are working hard on all of the new features and integration components for the full launch that will be ready in the coming weeks. As always, be sure to check out CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!
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Armed American Radio with Mark Walters – Current events and everything that matters to our right to bear arms as the enemies of freedom battle us daily. Guest Lineup: Mark exposes Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack for the fraud he really.
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At the trial of James Batson in 1983, the prosecution eliminated all the black jurors from the jury pool. Batson objected, setting off a complicated discussion about jury selection that would make its way all the way up to the Supreme Court. On this episode of More Perfect, the Supreme Court ruling that was supposed to prevent race-based jury selection, but may have only made the problem worse.
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This season, More Perfect is taking its camera lens off the Supreme Court and zooming in on the words of the people: the 27 amendments that We The People have made to our Constitution. We're taking on these 27 amendments both in song and in story. This episode is best listened to alongside 27: The Most Perfect Album, an entire album (an ALBUM!) and digital experience of original music and art inspired by the 27 Amendments. Think of these episodes as the audio liner notes. The 25th and 26th Amendments-- ratified in 1967 and 1971, respectively-- are some of the newest additions to our founding document. However, they tackle some pretty basic questions: who gets to rule, and who gets to vote? If a president dies or is incapacitated, who takes over? And how old do you have to be in order to participate in American democracy? In recent months, the 25th Amendment has swirled in and out of news cycles as Americans debate what it takes to declare a president unfit for office. But this episode looks back, even before the 25th Amendment was ratified: a moment in 1919 when President Woodrow Wilson became bedridden by stroke, and his wife, Edith Wilson, became our country’s unofficial first female president. The 26th Amendment is best encapsulated in a Vietnam-era slogan: “Old enough to fight, old enough to vote.” Eighteen-year-olds at the time argued that if they were old enough to be drafted to fight in the War, they were old enough to have a voice in our democracy. But what about today, when even younger Americans are becoming victims of gun violence and finding themselves at the center of national political debates? Does it mean we should lower the voting age even further? When you're done with the episode, check out songs by Devendra Banhart and Suburban Living inspired by Amendments 25 and 26 on 27: The Most Perfect Album. And watch Devendra Banhart's incredible music video here!   Video illustration by Justin Buschardt.Video animation by The Mighty Coconut. Special thanks to The White House Historical Association. 
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With a global climate strike on September 20th and waves of protests surrounding the UN summit on climate change, public interest in science seems to be on the rise. And scientists are answering the call, with more researchers than ever taking to social media to share their work with the public and each other. Professor Sara Yeo discusses how different audiences perceive science communication, the ways in which emotions can factor into it, and how scientists can make the most of engaging online.
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This season, More Perfect is taking its camera lens off the Supreme Court and zooming in on the words of the people: the 27 amendments that We The People have made to our Constitution. We're taking on these 27 amendments both in song and in story. This episode is best listened to alongside 27: The Most Perfect Album, an entire album (an ALBUM!) and digital experience of original music and art inspired by the 27 Amendments. Think of these episodes as the audio liner notes. On first read the 16th and 22nd Amendments are at best sleepers and at worst, stinkers. In a list of Constitutional hits like the right to free speech, the right to bear arms, and birthright citizenship, the amendments covering taxes and term limits tend to fall by the wayside. But in Episode 6 of More Perfect's third season we take these forgotten gems and make them shine. The 16th Amendment sets up the income tax, sinking dread into the hearts of millions of Americans every April. But if the income tax is so hated, why did we vote to put it in the Constitution? And why do so many people willingly pay? In this episode we take on those questions and contemplate whether the 16th amendment might be less about money or law, than is about deciding what it means to belong. Next we move on to the 22nd Amendment and presidential term limits. If we as U.S. citizens are happy with our leadership, why shouldn't we be able to keep electing the same president for as many terms as we want? The ghost of George Washington comes back to give Franklin Delano Roosevelt some major side-eye as we explore the roots of the rule, and why it matters today. When you're done with the episode, check out songs by Post Animal and Pavo Pavo inspired by Amendments 16 and 22 on 27: The Most Perfect Album.
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There's more information about the federal investigation into state Sen. Martin Sandoval, we dig deep on why Illinois' population is declining, and Gov. J.B. Pritzker's approval rating is high despite negative attitudes about the state.
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Carolyn Quinn and guests discuss the latest on Brexit and the Queen’s Speech
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For many white people their race is not part of their identity. Race, racial inequality and racism are things that people of colour are expected to talk about and organise around. Not anymore. Anti-racist activists and academics are now urging white people to recognise that they are just as racialised as minorities. The way to successfully tackle structural racism, they say, is to get white people to start taking responsibility for the racially unjust status quo. Bristol-based journalist Neil Maggs, who is white, takes a deep dive into the canon of books, Instagram challenges and workshops that seek to educate people like him on their white privilege and internalised white supremacy. He gets advice from anti-racism trainer Robin DiAngelo, learns about the growing field of whiteness studies in the UK, and visits the white working class estate of Hartcliffe to see how these ideas play out there. He also talks to Eric Kaufmann about the inevitable decline of white majorities by the end of the century and how to prevent white people falling for far-right conspiracy theories about being wiped out. Presenter: Neil Maggs Producer: Lucy Proctor
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President Trump abruptly canceled a trip to Denmark because the country’s prime minister wouldn’t discuss the purchase of Greenland. Economic policy reporter Damien Paletta explains whether Trump’s effort to purchase Greenland is as unusual as it seems.
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Michael Rubin returns to the show to analyze the ongoing events in Syria and provide a greater perspective on Turkey’s relationship with the Kurds. We also discuss what a post-Erdogan Turkey could look like, how Assad and Iran might react to Turkish troops invading Syria, and what the United States’ overriding objective in the Middle East should be. Michael Rubin is a resident scholar at the American Enterprise Institute, where he researches Arab politics, the Gulf Cooperation Council, Iran, Iraq, the Kurds, terrorism, and Turkey. He concurrently teaches classes on terrorism for the FBI and on security, politics, religion, and history for US and NATO military units. A former Pentagon official, Dr. Rubin has lived in post-revolution Iran, Yemen, and both pre- and postwar Iraq, and he spent time with the Taliban before 9/11. He is the author, coauthor, and coeditor of several books exploring Iranian history, American diplomacy, Kurdish studies, and Shi’ite politics, including “Kurdistan Rising” (AEI Press, 2016), “Dancing with the Devil: The Perils of Engaging Rogue Regimes” (Encounter Books, 2014); and “Eternal Iran: Continuity and Chaos” (Palgrave, 2005). Dr. Rubin has a Ph.D. and an M.A. in history from Yale University.
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In the inaugural episode of Strict Scrutiny, Leah, Melissa, Jaime, and Kate recap two of this term's biggest opinions--partisan gerrymandering and the census. They also walk through a theme of this term (stare decisis) before talking about the podcast's role in Supreme Court legal culture. It's Strict Scrutiny's test pancake, so enjoy the show!
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A discussion with the host of MSNBC's “All In With Chris Hayes" on whether it's ever advisable for political experts or insiders to step in and push back against popular opinion. "The most important social project we must undertake in the wake of the fail decade," he wrote in "Twilight of the Elites," "is reconstructing our institutions so that we once against feel comfortable trusting them." I asked Chris about whether political parties should have more say over who they nominate in their primaries. He said he has thought about that question a lot, and has wondered how he would handle it on his own show if someone like Kanye West actually ran for president as a Democrat. He indicated he would feel the obligation to speak out against such a nominee, but also implied that he knew it would be difficult to do so given the public’s attitudes about what they think of as democratic and undemocratic. Hayes has his own podcast, which is called “Why Is This Happening?” We talked here a little about why he does a podcast given his already heavy work load and large platform. Outro Song: "In Care of 8675309" by Lambchop For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy
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John Pienaar speaks to the Leader of the Commons, Jacob Rees Mogg, about the Brexit negotiations, the prospects of the government agreeing a deal with the EU and of getting a deal approved in Parliament. Meanwhile, the SNP’s annual conference is underway in Aberdeen. John talks to SNP Business spokesman Drew Hendry about their hopes of getting a second referendum on Independence. And Labour’s Shadow Climate Minister Danielle Rowley discusses whether her party could ever back a Boris Johnson Brexit deal. Joining John throughout are Owen Bennett from the Telegraph and Kate Devin from the Times. Get the podcast from the BBC Sounds app.
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In this podcast, Mike talks with Mike Pheiffer of Last Line of Defense about gear, preparedness, rigs, and much more. https://llod.us https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCokbcF52AEExNQ30h7vi6yQ https://www.instagram.com/lastlineofdefense/?hl=en https://www.blackriflecoffee.com/pages/fieldcraftsurvival http://www.killcliff.com http://www.triarcsystems.com Follow us: https://fieldcraftsurvival.com/ http://www.instagram.com/fieldcraftsurvival https://www.fieldcraftmobility.com https://www.instagram.com/mike.a.glover/?hl=en
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After two mass shootings, President Trump is considering background checks and red-flag laws. But he has suggested action on gun control in the past, only to later backtrack. Will this time be different?
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في الحلقة الـ9 من #بودكاست_سقراط تحدثنا مع مديرة موسم الطائف نورة العكيل كما هي عادتنا في ٤ محاور: في المحور الأول تحدثنا عن فكرة المواسم، ماذا تضيف هذه المواسم لمدننا؟ لماذا بعض المواسم تتبع هيئة الترفيه وبعضها يتبع هيئة السياحة وبعضها يتبع جهات أخرى! وفي المحور الثاني تعمقنا في موسم الطائف وتعرفنا على أهم الإنجازات من وجهة نظر مديرة موسم الطائف وفي المحور الثالث تحدثنا عن أهم التحديات التي واجهت موسم الطائف وكيف حولوا بعض التحديات -كتحدي موسم الحج- إلى فرصة! وفي المحور الرابع نقلنا أسئلتكم مثل: ليش تذاكر الموسم غالية؟ هل عوائد الموسم غطت تكاليفه؟   فضلا الإشتراك في القناة ليصلك تنبيه مع إطلاق كل حلقة لمتابعة حساب نورة العكيل على تويتر لمتابعة حساب البرنامج على تويتر لمتابعة عمر الجريسي عبر سناب تشات   هذا البرنامج من إنتاج شبكة مايكس للبودكاست  شكر خاص للراعي الإعلامي مجموعة ون  شكر خاص لراعي التسويق الرقمي ناشر
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Episode 7 opens with a dispatch from the historic climate strike, as we follow youth climate organizer Daphne Frias while she navigates the New York City march from her wheelchair. We also take listeners to the White Mountains of New Hampshire, where we feed Oreos to a bear (in the name of science, of course!) and learn about the latest findings on animal intelligence. We hear from a West Virginia woman who is using her singing voice as a vehicle for environmental activism. And we say a fond farewell to our longtime advice columnist, Mr. Green.
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Moderator Dana Rodriguez is joined this week by cinematographer Cameron Shaw and technical editor Kira Pace.
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The Chief Secretary to the Treasury on why the Wirral meeting may go down in history, loosening the purse strings and his knowledge of The Force
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Bryan is celebrating the anniversary of our first episode on a beach, so this week, Chris and Melanie are joined by Tom Karako of CSIS. In this episode they discuss the Syria Study Group Report, which concludes that "the US can still influence the outcome of the Syrian war in a manner that protects US interests." Does America have interests in Syria? If so, can they be managed and protected, particularly with a president who seems uninterested in investing political capital and American resources there? How has the Syrian civil war affected Russia, Iran, and Turkey, and does that matter to America? Finally, is there anything the United States should do about the terrible humanitarian situation, the effects of which have spilled over to other countries? Tom tells us about taking his son to his first baseball game (go Nats!), Chris has a birthday wish for a former president, and Melanie both sticks it to and congratulates the press. We can't wait for Bryan to return and give us his review of the Downton Abbey movie!   Links "Syria Study Group Final Report," United States Institute of Peace, September 24, 2019 Josh Blackman, "When Is It Acceptable Journalistic Practice to Surface Old Social Media Posts?" Reason, September 27, 2019 Vance Serchuk, "Russia's Middle East Power Play," National Review, September 12, 2019 Michael Singh, Tweet, September 23, 2019 Trevor Thrall, “Resettling Syria’s Refugees Would Be Cheaper Than Widening the War,” Defense One, October 21, 2015 Alex Nowrasteh, “Terrorists by Immigration Status and Nationality: A Risk Analysis, 1975 – 2017,” Cato, May 7, 2019 Kareem Fahim, “In ‘60 Minutes’ Interview, Saudi Crown Prince Denies Ordering Khashoggi Killing,” Washington Post, September 29, 2019 Anna Massoglia, “Saudi Arabia Ramped Up Multi-Million Foreign Influence Operation After Khashoggi’s Death,” Open Secrets, October 2, 2019 Elizabeth Wolfe and Brian Ries, “Jimmy Carter, the Oldest Living Former US President, Is 95 Today,” CNN, October 1, 2019 Reis Thebault and Brittany Shammas, "Amber Guyger, Police Officer Who Shot a Man to Death in His Apartment, Found Guilty of Murder," Washington Post, October 1, 2019 Josh Blackman, "When is It Acceptable Journalistic Practice to 'Surface' Old Social Media Posts?" Reason, September 27, 2019 Jack Detsch, "Congress Aims to Restore Syria Stabilization Aid," Al-Monitor, September 18, 2019 Brett McGurk, "Hard Truths in Syria," Foreign Affairs, May 28, 2019 Eric Schmitt, "US Sees Rising Threat in the West from Qaeda Branch in Syria," New York Times, September 30, 2019 Brittany Shamas, "When Trump's Special Envoy to Ukraine Resigned, a Student Newspaper Beat Everyone to the Story," Washington Post, September 28, 2019 "Timeline: Syria's Eight Years of Fire and Blood," Reuters, March 16, 2019 Keith Pandolfi, "How to Refinish Woodwork," This Old House "Hypersonic," Merriam-Webster Events "NATO: The Dangerous Dinosaur," Cato Book Forum, October 18, 2019 "Fuel to the Fire: How Trump Made America’s Broken Foreign Policy Even Worse (and How We Can Recover)," Cato Book Forum, October 21, 2019
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Brandon Webb hosts former Navy SEAL sniper instructor, Eric Davis. The guys catch up on the recent Crate Club Academy event that took place at Virginia International Raceway (VIR) and some of the positive experiences with the course attendees and staff. They reveal some plans for the Academy event next year that you don't want to miss. Eric also discusses his book "Raising Men: Lessons Navy SEALs Learned in Their Training and Taught to Their Sons." For those who haven’t heard, SOFREP.com is back! All of our websites – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – are being consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club. Our developers are working hard on all of the new features and integration components for the full launch that will be ready in the coming weeks. As always, be sure to check out CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!
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Armed American Radio with Mark Walters – Current events and everything that matters to our right to bear arms as the enemies of freedom battle us daily. Guest Lineup: Mark talks with Alan Gottlieb who issues some stern warnings. Patricia Huff gives us the hottest sellers on GunBroker.com, Rob Pincus with the AAR Personal Defense Network weekly pro-tip and AWR Hawkins from Breitbart News. Really? Does it get any better?
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Back by popular demand! That's right, everybody's favorite patriot has left California and now she wants to let people know how she really feels! From "Medicare For All" to transgender athletes, Daisy isn't pulling any punches! So find your safe space and get ready for a real dose of America!
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Edward Stourton presents political debate from High Storrs School in Sheffield.
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Howard Husock joins City Journal editor Brian Anderson to discuss Husock's new book, Who Killed Civil Society? The Rise of Big Government and Decline of Bourgeois Norms. Government-run social programs funded with tax dollars are thought to be the "solution" to America's social ills. But in his new book, Who Killed Civil Society?, Husock shows that historically, it was voluntary organizations and civic society, operating independently from government and its mandates, that best promoted the habits and values conducive to upward social mobility. Learn more about the Civil Society Awards and fellows program on the Manhattan Institute website.
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We read your rubbish Brexit poems to celebrate National Poetry Day. Producer: Poppy Damon. Editor: Dino Sofos.
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The drug bust and the trial were a “farce,” but the full force of the law still came down on Keith Jackson — and thousands of people like him. That didn’t end the crack epidemic, so what did?
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Paul Waugh of HuffPost UK looks behind the scenes at Westminster. A resurgence of hope in delivering a Brexit deal, the role of the courts in the political process, and what can Extinction Rebellion achieve. The editor is Marie Jessel.
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We hear from our Preemptive Love team about how the decision by the US to pull out of northeastern Syria could have reverberations that last generations.
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Some officials have questioned whether President Trump’s pick for the Director of National Intelligence might use the position to serve Trump’s political interests. Reporter Shane Harris explains the role of the law in the job’s qualifications.
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This is a special mash-up edition of the It’s the Little Things podcast and Strong Towns podcast! In this episode, Jacob Moses, host of It’s the Little Things, and Strong Towns president Chuck Marohn discuss a couple of Jacob’s favorite chapters from Chuck’s brand new book, Strong Towns: A Bottom-Up Revolution to Rebuild American Prosperity, which just released yesterday. Jacob and Chuck reflect on the moments throughout Chuck’s life that inspired the Strong Towns movement, including the fist bump that began Chuck’s long friendship and collaboration with Joe Minicozzi of Urban3. Jacob and Chuck also discuss what we can learn from our forebears about productivity (as opposed to merely “growth”) and why communities need to make maintenance an obsession. They go on to talk about the importance of observation, a practice given too little attention among professional engineers and planners, but which seems to be a common characteristic of people who really love their places. As Chuck puts it: “The merging of places that are healthy and strong financially, and places that are healthy and strong from a human standpoint, is the exact nexus that the Strong Towns approach is designed to get us to.”
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One day, early in the semester, Keith Jackson didn’t show up to class. He’d been arrested for selling crack, but for his classmates, that wasn’t the surprising part.
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There is a prevailing fallacy, despite warning signs to the contrary (looming peak oil, fragile markets, and climate weirdness, among others), that we can continue in perpetuity the lifestyle to which we’ve become accustomed. All we need to do is to pump into The System more debt or more political insanity, or hope that “green alternative fuels” or some new techno-solution will bail us out. But at best, says Strong Towns president Chuck Marohn, all debt-fueled growth, the shale oil “miracle” and green fuels can do is to make the Long Emergency just “a little bit longer.” “The Long Emergency” is a phrase coined by James Howard Kunstler to describe the economic, political and social upheavals that will dominate the first decades of the 21st-century as the honeymoon of affordable energy comes to a close. It is also the name of Kunstler’s seminal book on the topic. (The Long Emergency is one of fifteen books on our “Essential Reading List for the Strong Towns Thinker.”) James Howard Kunstler is our very special guest on today’s episode of the Strong Towns podcast. He is the author of more than 20 books, including The Geography of Nowhere, Too Much Magic, and the World Made By Hand novel series. In this episode, Marohn talks with Kunstler about what has changed—or perhaps what hasn’t changed—since The Long Emergency was first published in 2005. Kunstler explains why the “psychology of previous investment” (4:45) makes it so hard for most people to imagine living differently. Marohn and Kunstler also discuss (17:00) what’s wrong with the Green Revolution narrative that we can keep doing everything we’re doing now, but doing it green: “America is going to be very disappointed how that works out,” says Kunstler. “It ain’t gonna happen. We’re not going to run the interstate highway system, Walt Disney World, suburbia, all the stuff we’re running now, the U.S. military, on any combination of green alternative fuels. It just isn’t going to happen. So the whole thing’s a fantasy. Really what we have to do is downscale all the activities in American life—including the distances we travel, the scale of our living places, the scale of our cities, the scale of the corporate activity that we do—it’s all going to have to get smaller.” Other topics: 18:40 - Why people may be using “insane political behavior” as a substitute for the harder work of changing the way we live24:00 - Why Seattle and other cities with absurdly high housing costs are signs of an irrational market and may not be fixable except by a “restart”35:30 - Why modern monetary theory may end up being, in Chuck’s words, the “peak delusion of the Long Emergency”36:40 - The fatal delusion that being able to measure something equates to being able to control it41:10 - How to “change our living arrangements in a way that comports with the circumstances that are coming at us” (Kunstler) By turns provocative, prescient, prophetic, and personal, this episode is just what we’ve come to expect from James Howard Kunstler.
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The Military Assistance Command Vietnam - Studies and Observations Group, also known as SOG, and the heroics of these men during Vietnam are nothing short of incredible. A secret 8-year war in Vietnam was fought outside of the conventional war by SOG and their indigenous troops in Cambodia, Laos, and North Vietnam from 1964 to 1972. These missions would later be described as suicide missions. John Stryker Meyer entered the Army on 1 December 1966. He completed basic training at Ft. Dix, New Jersey, advanced infantry training at Ft. Gordon, Georgia, jump school at Ft. Benning, Georgia, and graduated from the Special Forces Qualification Course in December 1967. After a 12-week training session in Ft. Gordon, on radio teletype, Meyer landed in South Vietnam in April 1968, and arrived at FOB 1 in Phu Bai in May 1968, where he joined Spike Team Idaho. Robert is a retired US Army Armor and Recruiter/Retention MSG turned Fortune 50 executive. This podcast is being brought to you by UnCanna. Visit UnCanna.com and use the code Mentors4mil. Read our disclaimer below. Join our new closed Facebook Team Room at https://www.facebook.com/groups/mentors4mil Visit https://www.patreon.com/join/Mentors4mil? to become a patron of our podcast. Follow Mentors for Military: iTunes: https://apple.co/1WaEvbB Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3w4RiZBxBS8EDy6cuOlbUl PodBean: https://mentorsformilitary.podbean.com/ SoundCloud: https://www.soundcloud.com/mentors4mil Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mentors4mil Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/mentors4mil Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/mentors4mil Homepage: http://www.mentorsformilitary.com Use Code Mentors4mil at www.SkeletonOptics.com to receive your discount. DISCLAIMER: The goods advertised and/or the opinions shared are no substitute for professional care by a doctor or other qualified medical professional. This information is provided on the understanding that it does not constitute medical or other professional advice or services. Instead, we encourage you to discuss your options with a health care provider. Opinions expressed are based upon the speaker’s experience and conclusions, and neither Mentors for Military nor any company providing financial support endorses or opposes any particular treatment option or prevention option discussed in this podcast. The information contained herein is further provided for general information on matters of interest only. The application and impact of laws can vary widely based on the specific facts involved and the particular location. Given the changing nature of laws, rules and regulations, the information provided herein is provided with the understanding that Mentors for Military are not herein engaged in rendering legal, accounting, tax, or other professional advice and services. As such, this information should not be used as a substitute for consultation with professional tax, legal, or other competent advisors. Mentors for Military is not responsible for any errors or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of this information. All information in this site is provided “as is,” with no guarantee of completeness, accuracy, timeliness or of the results obtained from the sue of this information, and without warranty or any kind, express or implied, including but not limited to warranties of performance, merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose. In no events will Mentors for Military, or any of its partners, agents, or employees be liable to you or anyone else for any decision made or action taken in reliance on the information provided or for any consequential, special or similar damages.
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In our final summer episode, it’s a reproductive rights and justice block party (or wake, depending on your perspective). Leah, Melissa, and Kate discuss the reproductive rights and justice cases that made their way to the Supreme Court, the cases that almost made their way to the Court, and the cases that might make their way to the Court soon. They also point out how many of the Court’s cases have implications for reproductive justice before walking through some recent reproductive justice litigation involving the Supreme Court bar.
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When Governor Mike DeWine addressed a Dayton crowd two days after a mass shooting in August, the crowd asked him to just do something. He responded with a proposal for universal background checks on gun sales and a version of the ‘red flag’ law. The governor last week retreated from both promises, saying that he has a superior plan that would expand the state’s pink slip system, hospitalizing certain people deemed at risk for violence for up to three days, and a way to make it easier to
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This week we’re joined by Brooke Belman, Deputy Executive Director for Land Use Planning and Development and her colleagues Sloan Dawson, Land Use Planning Manager, and Thatcher Imboden, TOD Manager to talk about the ins and outs of transit oriented development at Sound Transit in Seattle. They talk about the 80-80-80 policy, urban design and coordination of TOD planning with light rail construction.
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Throughout the first half of the 20th century, the working week gradually got shorter and shorter. As technological advances powered economic growth, workers reaped the gains not just in the form of higher pay, but more leisure time. The economist John Maynard Keynes predicted we'd eventually all be working a 15-hour week. Even in the 1970s the expectation that 8 hour days would be reduced to 6 was widely held across the political spectrum. But this all ground to a halt in the 1980s. In this edition of Analysis Sonia Sodha explores the great leisure mystery: whatever happened to this dream of working less? And why is the idea of a 4-day working week gaining traction on the political left in Britain? What would a society that ditches the long-hours culture, and re-embraces the leisure dream look like, and is it really possible to achieve this without increasing inequality between the haves and have-nots of the labour market?
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On this day, 30 years ago, President George H.W. Bush gave his first address from the Oval Office. Bush held up a baggie of crack he said had been seized just outside the White House. Today, we’re revisiting our episode about that speech, the events that led up to it and the lives it affected. For more on America’s drug war, listen to season 3 of our show.
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In episode four of this weeklong podcast series, Chuck Marohn talks with Andrew Burleson — software engineer, Strong Towns board chair, and frequent podcast guest —  about the difference between a problem and a predicament, why conventional development can't pay for itself, and how auto-oriented cities are built on the assumption of never-ending sunny days. They also discuss how stretching our towns and cities are weakening the “gravity" that holds people and places together, as well as the ways in which we are filling the gap with artificial energy.   Then Chuck and Andrew tackle maybe the most controversial element of the Strong Towns approach: incrementalism. How was the incremental approach used by town makers of the past? And why has incremental development become standard operating procedure for tech companies in Silicon Valley — but not for the cities in Silicon Valley?   This discussion is inspired by Chuck’s new book, which released earlier this week. The response we're getting to the book has been amazing. If you don’t have your copy yet, you can find information about it here.
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Barstool Sports Daily News PodcastSupport Hard Factor & ‘Pop The Clutch'™ on a Shirt » Merch: http://bit.ly/HF-Merch -------------------------------------------------On today's episode...FLORIDA MAN FRIDAYIt's Friday what's happening in Florida:- Exclusive interview with farting legend Paul Flart- A Florida man in Fort Lauderdale cut the breaks on 140 electronic scooters- "Doctor Love" just released from jail. He's a 20 year old that was a teenager impersonating a doctor that defrauded elderly women out of money for medicine- A double knife tale of woe- Man gets 10 day sentence for oversleeping jury dutyBrought to you by Noom, go to noom.com/hardfactor to try out the best way to get healthy and in shape!!!Go to http://www.predictit.org/promo/hardfactor20 to get your first $20 deposit matched in the stock market of politics!------------------------------------------------- Follow us on Twitter: @HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/HFTWIT@HardFactorMark: http://bit.ly/MarkCats@HardFactorPat: http://bit.ly/PatHF@HardFactorWes: http://bit.ly/WesTwit@HardFactorWill: http://bit.ly/HFwillFollow us on Instagram: @HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/InstagHFSee how sweaty we look » Youtube: http://bit.ly/HardFactorYT
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Alexander Riley discusses his book “Angel Patriots: The Crash of United Flight 93 and the Myth of America.”
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President Trump’s language may be part of his political strategy, but this moment raises questions about what consequences the president can face for using inflammatory language. Fred Barbash explains how Trump’s words can legally work against him.
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For this special Fourth of July episode, we’re going back to the beginning. Jeff Rosen, president of the National Constitution Center, explains how the Founding Fathers intended the presidency and how it has evolved.
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Boris Johnson wants to get Brexit done. He does not want to sit on stools. Producer: Poppy Damon. Editor: Dino Sofos.
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In this episode, Mike talks with Lisa Jaster, one of the first female graduates of Ranger school. https://www.instagram.com/lisaajaster/ https://twitter.com/lisa_jaster?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor https://www.facebook.com/DeleteTheAdjective/ https://www.blackriflecoffee.com/pages/fieldcraftsurvival http://www.killcliff.com http://www.triarcsystems.com Follow us: https://fieldcraftsurvival.com/ http://www.instagram.com/fieldcraftsurvival https://www.fieldcraftmobility.com https://www.instagram.com/mike.a.glover/?hl=en
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Armed American Radio with Mark Walters – Current events and everything that matters to our right to bear arms as the enemies of freedom battle us daily. Guest Lineup: Mark recaps the Momstercast program and covers the breaking SCOTUS refusal to moot the NY State Pistol/Rifle v. NY case!
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It’s not easy being an undercover cop in a county of just 40,000 people. But drugs were making it hard for Bucky Culbertson to run his business, so he made it his business to get rid of drugs.
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It’s the deadliest drug epidemic our country has ever faced. We go to ground zero, where “nothing changes except for the drug.”
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Many people in Wise County agree that they can’t jail their way out of a drug epidemic, but there’s a lot less agreement on what to do instead. And we find out what happened to Joey Ballard.
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In this episode, Mark Bauerlein and Peter Skerry discuss political hierarchies, populism, and the power of the media.
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On this very special edition of ZBT we are joined by Brigadier General Don Bolduc. Bolduc led the first units into Afghanistan in the months after 9/11, and did so on horseback. He's also running for Senate in the state of New Hampshire. In the interview we touch on the Afghanistan War, leadership principles, defeating the mental health stigma, and so much more. 
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Eric and Ted catch up with Franco Angelini. Franco has been catching dogs since before you knew what a dog was. They cover everything from dog selection, to drive channeling and why he doesn’t wear hats and sunglasses but Eric does. (Cue dramatic music) the talk about the dreaded bark and hold debate. Thank you Franco! He is a BUSY man and if you want to schedule a seminar with him you better not delay!! www.k9bitedr.com AND OF COURSE, thank you to our amazing partners: HITS K9 Training and Conferencehttps://www.hitsk9.netor Jeff Barrett at 863-529-5113 Ray Allen Manufacturing https://www.rayallen.com(USE DISCOUNT CODE WorkingDogRadio FOR 10% OFF your next order) Southern Coast K9 at https://www.southerncoastk9.com or 877.903.DOGS Dogtra (Use Discount Code WDR10 for 10% a single item over $200)www.dogtra.com Horizon Structures www.HorizonStructures.comToll Free 888-447-4337 Silver State K9 https://www.SilverStateK9.com or on Facebook and Instagram @silverstatek9 QuickDerm by Vet Care Fast Acting Wound Care for all species of animal! Use Code: 10WDR For 10% off your first order!! www.vetcare.us Tactical Police K9 Training at https://www.tacticalpolicek9training.com CombatBet Challenge Coinshttps://combatbet.comUse discount code: WORKINGDOGRADIOfor 10% off!!! & TRY BEFORE YOU BUY SAMPLER PACK HERE: www.combatbet.com/wdr then plug in discount code: WDR (sample pack offer valid in US only) True Scent K9 Training Aids available HERE: https://www.truescentk9.com or512-533-2040 Discount Code WDR15 for 15% off training aids excluding accessories ALM Suits & K9 Equipment https://www.almk9equipment.com (Ise Discount Code WDRADIO for 10% off your first order) Tripwire Operations Group https://www.tripwireops.org Music with permission By Brother Dege – Official www.brotherdege.blogspot.com, on itunes, Amazon, CD Baby or anywhere you stream digital media
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Round 1: Business Insider made a soup sandwich of a video about military terms and it's fucked up beyond all recognition Round 2: Pure comedy in Yemen as a squawking bird wreaks havoc on ISIS fighters trying to record a very serious video Round 3: In 2012 Marine Major Jason Brezler was discharged from the Marine Corps for sending urgent info over an unclassified email. This week it's back in the news & we'll tell you why. Round 4: An interview with Tulsi Gabbard that ended with a little controversy. We'll talk about that interview and the situation surrounding what happened. It was a wild ride. Round 5/Saved Round: Bringing the Austin Tice story (7th year anniversary) back to light. Expect a deep dive on this one next week.  #FreeAustinTice 
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On this day, 30 years ago, President George H.W. Bush gave his first address from the Oval Office. Bush held up a baggie of crack he said had been seized just outside the White House. Today, we’re revisiting our episode about that speech, the events that led up to it and the lives it affected. For more on America’s drug war, listen to season 3 of our show.
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Host Bob Leins, CPA® and co-host John Elliott, Federal Benefits Specialist, NITP, welcome Lester Austin.
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Barstool Sports Daily News PodcastSupport Hard Factor & ‘Pop The Clutch'™ on a Shirt » Merch: http://bit.ly/HF-Merch-------------------------------------------------On Today's Episode of Hard Factor:  After a light impeachment update we do a mock Civil War draft where we pick which state we would want if in fact a new Civil War did go down!!!News Buffet:- Zantac is pulled from shelves over cancer concerns and @hardfactorwes is in big trouble- A Chinese fugitive is caught in a cave after 17 years on the run- Red meat may actually be good for you?  - A Billboard in Michigan is hacked and drivers are treated to some double blowjob porn- A taxi driver is being called a hero for being a decent person and rescuing a sex slave who was begging for helpBrought to you by Noom, go to http://www.noom.com/hardfactor to try out the best way to get healthy and in shape!!!Go to http://www.predictit.org/promo/hardfactor20 to get your first $20 deposit matched in the stock market of politics!-------------------------------------------------Follow us on Twitter:@HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/HFTWIT@HardFactorMark: http://bit.ly/MarkCats@HardFactorPat: http://bit.ly/PatHF@HardFactorWes: http://bit.ly/WesTwit@HardFactorWill: http://bit.ly/HFwillFollow us on Instagram:@HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/InstagHFSee how sweaty we look » Youtube: http://bit.ly/HardFactorYT 
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In this episode, you'll find out what's happening around the state, talk upland game birds with Al Stewart, and hear listener questions answered in the mailbag segment. The episode wraps up with a discussion about Michigan bats. Show notes and transcripts are available here: bit.ly/DNRWildtalkPodcast
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Wednesday’s hearings marked the first time former special counsel Robert Mueller answered questions about his investigation. The Post’s Justice Department reporter Matt Zapotosky explains the significance of Mueller’s answers.
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If you work in the Government acquisition world, this podcast is for you. (not just for Contracting Officers!)The line above has been part of almost every podcast intro for the last 5 years. We know the name has confused a lot of people.  In addition, we sometimes talk about Skyway Acquisition, which further confuses things.For today's episode Kevin and Paul attempt to clarify why they started the podcast and why they still release an episode every week.  You'll also learn about the connection to the Skyway Community, how a podcast pays its bills, and where we're heading in the future.  _________If you enjoy our podcast, we invite you to check out the Skyway Community at skywaymember.com. The Skyway Community is the essential resource for anyone at any stage of starting, growing and running a government contracting business. We speak GovCon.Whether you are brand new to GovCon, just got your first contract, or you are already a successful government contractor, being a Skyway Community member will guide you to the next level.With our extensive tools and training, exclusive member discounts on consulting support, and a supportive and active community of peers to help you along the way, the Skyway Community is the perfect place for anyone who is serious about winning more contracts.Give us a call at 877-884-5280 or check us out at skywaymember.com. ___________Kevin Jans and Paul Schauer created the Contracting Officer Podcast to help government and industry acquisition professionals understand more about how the other side thinks. As former government Contracting Officers who have also walked in industry's shoes, Kevin and Paul share their perspectives in support of the podcast mission:  Make government contracts better, one contract at a time. Admittedly, the podcast’s name sounds very limiting.  It is not just for contracting officers or even just for those in the contracting profession.  Anyone with an interest in the Federal acquisition world can benefit from the insight and down-to-earth explanations of complicated topics provided by the hosts.
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The president has significant power when it comes to war. Pentagon reporter Dan Lamothe explains what led to this escalation with Iran, Trump’s strategy going forward and how recent events affect international perceptions of U.S. might.
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Listen Now Largely with the exception of the 2010 passage of the ACA, federal legislative (and regulatory) efforts to reform...
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ROUND 1: The news that the Taliban were going to meet with Trump at Camp David the day before 9/11 caused a firestorm, but now the talks have stalled & they're not meeting at allROUND 2: The Army has launched an inquiry into how a teen with autism and arm disorders was recruitedROUND 3: General McCraven's Lessons In LeadershipROUND 4: ISIS is using cows as suicide bombers but I hate that term because these beautiful beautiful cows dont have a choice in the matter. They are murder bombers.ROUND 5: Does the term “If it ain't rainin', we ain't trainin'” make you roll your eyes a little? We get into a little PT talk with a poll from the ZBT twitterverse. ROUND 6:  With the 18th anniversary of September 11th this week we'll be closing out the show by re-playing an interview we recorded last year with our co-worker Large. He lost his father-in-law in the attacks, and we're so grateful he shared his story with us.
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Hosting this show is Phil Campion, a veteran of military operations in just about every conflict-prone corner of the world. He served with the Royal Hampshires, passed through Commando and Parachute Regiment selection, before being badged with 22 SAS. He left the British Army in his early thirties, with the rank of Staff Sergeant, and started working on the private military circuit. He lives in Southampton with his partner, Wendy, and three children. He is a fluent Spanish speaker and continues to work as an operator on the private military circuit. Phil’s first book, Born Fearless: From SAS to Mercenary to Pirate Hunter – My Life as a Shadow Warrior, was published by Quercus in September 2011. His first novel, Desert Fire, following the exploits of ex-SAS operative Steve Range, was published by Quercus in September 2012, and the second in the Blackstone Six series, Killing Range, followed in May 2013. Phil’s most recent book, Big Phil Campion’s Real World SAS Survival Guide, was published by Quercus in May 2014. On this show, Phil continues to explain what SAS selection is all about and what the later stages of the process entail. He also covers the formidable fighting force called Gurkhas. Phil explains just how incredible and dedicated Gurkha soldiers are. For those who haven't heard, SOFREP.com is coming back! All of our websites – including an additional article catalog of more than 12,000 gear reviews, SOF history pieces, and military aviation articles – are being consolidated into one completely redesigned site and mobile app, to include featured categories such as News, Gear, Media (video & podcasts), Team Room & member forums, Store, and the #1 Gear Club in America – Crate Club. On September 23rd, we’ll be doing a “soft” launch of SOFREP that will replace NEWSREP. Our developers are working hard on all of the new features and integration components for the full launch that will be ready in the coming weeks. As always, be sure to check out CrateClub.com for Spec Ops grade gear hand picked by professionals. See you all again next week!
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GRP 135-Wherever you go, go with all your heart: A Special Missions Operator at war - We have a very special guest on for this week’s podcast. Joining me on today's episode is retired, Sergeant Major Jamey Caldwell. SGM Caldwell began his career as an Army Ranger before he went to selection to join the Army’s Special Missions Unit. On September 11th, 2001 he was forward deployed overseas. Within the coming weeks and months, his unit would be amongst the very first Americans to enter into Afghanistan. They were tasked with killing Osama Bin Laden. Bin Laden was tracked to the Tora Bora cave complex which is apart of the Spin Ghar mountain range in eastern Afghanistan. Caldwell would deploy into combat 14 times over the following 14 years in the war against terrorism. We discussed selection, leadership, mindset, and many other topics. Enjoy. You can find Jamey on all social media platforms @1minuteout www.1minuteout.com Follow Global Recon below:   www.Globalrecon.net https://www.instagram.com/igrecon https://www.instagram.com/blackopsmatter www.twitter.com/igrecon https://www.facebook.com/GlobalReconPodcast/   Chantel Taylor: https://www.instagram.com/mission_critical https://www.instagram.com/altern8rv   Tim Kolczak:
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From messes to remarkable victories, boards who step up to boards who are missing in action; from bad days to the days you save someone’s life… we all have tales. My guest Darian Rodriguez Heyman collects these stories and then figures out a way to spread them, complete with practical advice and resources galore. His most recent adventure is the 2nd edition of Nonprofit 101: A Complete and Practical Guide for Leaders and Professionals, that he edited along with his colleague Laila Brenner. I was one of the 55 voices he collected. Darian is deeply committed to helping the helpers and he has done so using consensus-based leadership and deep listening. Today’s wide-ranging discussion encompasses his experience as a social entrepreneur, author, editor, and fundraiser on the biggest challenges and opportunities nonprofit leaders face today. Listen as he teases out resources on how to maximize impact in a tactical and practical way. Encapsulating disciplines of what needs to be done to run a successful nonprofit is Darian’s passion - he shares his insights on how leaders should face the changes in the political climate that affect resources, and partner with unlikely allies to reach across the aisle, effect change and send messages of hope. About Darian Darian Rodriguez Heyman is an accomplished facilitator, fundraiser, social entrepreneur, and best-selling author. His life’s work of “helping people help” started during his five-year tenure as Executive Director of Craigslist Foundation, after which he authored the best-selling Nonprofit Fundraising 101 and edited the best-selling Nonprofit Management 101 (Wiley & Sons). In addition to his active consulting, facilitation, and public speaking work, Heyman currently serves as a part-time Executive Director of Numi Foundation, Editor-in-Chief of the popular nonprofit online magazine Blue Avocado, and Co-Producer of the Gender-Smart Investing Summit In this podcast - How to move social impact forward - How nonprofit 101 encapsulates all the disciplines of what you need to run a successful nonprofit - The importance of finding common points in a polarized world - How civic-minded millennials are filling the leadership vacuum - Finding the difference between what and so what - How does a polarized country with an angry society impact the sector? - Millennial culture shifts and how that affects nonprofits - What happens when you don’t trust your board members? - What’s the secret sauce that distinguishes a good leader from a great leader?
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This fall, More Perfect is doing something brand new: We’re making an album!   It’s called 27: The Most Perfect Album. We’ve partnered with some of the best musicians in the world— artists like Dolly Parton, Kevin Morby, Devendra Banhart, Aisha Burns, and more — to create songs inspired by the 27 amendments to the U.S. Constitution.  Alongside the album, we’ll be launching SEASON THREE of our podcast, deep-diving into the history and resonance of the constitutional amendments with off-beat stories and lush sound.The album and podcast drop September 18, 2018. Get ready!
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Managing an international city. Tommy Gonzalez, the City Manager of El Paso, Texas, joined the podcast for a wide ranging interview. He talked about his career path, which started with 22 years in the US Army, how he revamped the El Paso budget process and the complexities of running a community on the border. He also shared how he has supported process improvement and what it took to win quality awards at two different organizations. Host: Ben Kittelson
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Armed American Radio with Mark Walters – Current events and everything that matters to our right to bear arms as the enemies of freedom battle us daily. Guest Lineup: Mark gives advice for the start of the weekend.
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So, you’ll never guess what we’re going to talk about in this week’s episode. [Editor’s note: Guys, you can’t just say that and then put in no further details in these shownotes. Get back to work!  Hello, are you there?  Amateurs…]
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A federal appeals court dismissed a lawsuit claiming President Trump is illegally profiting from foreign and state government visits to his D.C. hotel. Post legal affairs reporter Ann Marimow untangles the details and implications for our country.
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More and more young people now go to university. But what's on offer for those who don't? Public and political attention is far more focused on the university route. Paul Johnson discovers why other kinds of further education and training have been neglected, leaving many young people facing much more difficult choices. Yet the needs of the economy and the choices of many shrewd young people suggest non-university education may be heading for revival. Producer: Chris Bowlby Editor: Jasper Corbett
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Military operation in northeast Syria could see unintentional release of ISIL affiliates: UN chief   Guterres praises UN-led peace talks to end Ecuador’s unrest  Stop the waste: UN food agencies call for action to reduce global hunger
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In the second summer episode, Leah, Melissa and Jaime keep things light with a discussion of the Court's death penalty docket, the Armed Career Criminal Act cases from this past term, and Justice Kavanaugh's opinion in Flowers v. Mississippi. Kate also joins them to reflect on her time clerking for Justice John Paul Stevens. Last episode was our testing pancake, and this one is B-A-N-A-N-A-S.
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In this episode, the Trade Guys answer listener questions from the Centers for International Business Education and Research directors event hosted by the University of Maryland’s Robert H. Smith School of Business in September.
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Barstool Sports Daily News PodcastSupport Hard Factor & ‘Pop The Clutch'™ on a Shirt » Merch: http://bit.ly/HF-Merch-------------------------------------------------On today's show....Bernie Sanders has a serious health scare and we hope he gets well soon.  Also Elizabeth Warren has a dog named Bailey, in case you didn't know that, she also really likes beer, fyi.News Buffet:- A Cuck gets paid 750k after being cucked- Bulls in Oregon are getting their tongues and genitals ripped from their bodies- The TX cop who killed a man in his home was sentenced to just 10 years- Trump goes to the well with a Nickelback video, burning Biden- An Italian tennis chair referee gets a little too complimentary of the ball girl- A Russian homeless woman gets a record deal after singing on the LA SubwayBrought to you by Noom, go to http://www.noom.com/hardfactor to try out the best way to get healthy and in shape!!!Go to http://www.predictit.org/promo/hardfactor20 to get your first $20 deposit matched in the stock market of politics!-------------------------------------------------Follow us on Twitter:@HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/HFTWIT @HardFactorMark: http://bit.ly/MarkCats@HardFactorPat: http://bit.ly/PatHF@HardFactorWes: http://bit.ly/WesTwit @HardFactorWill: http://bit.ly/HFwillFollow us on Instagram:@HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/InstagHF See how sweaty we look » Youtube: http://bit.ly/HardFactorYT
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The Trump Administration blames the decline in America’s coal industry on a regulatory “war on coal.” Yet investor reaction to regulatory announcements doesn’t support that view.
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Parliament as we've never seen it before...
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Barstool Sports Daily News PodcastSupport Hard Factor & ‘Pop The Clutch'™ on a Shirt » Merch: http://bit.ly/HF-Merch -------------------------------------------------Fuck the NCAA not paying college athletes those scumbags. California took matters into their own hands, and said yes college athletes can get paid, and hopefully every single other fucking state follows suit tomorrow. Also this is the first step to NCAA football games coming back.News Buffet:- California also is opening the first legal cannabis cafe in the Unites States- But California also has a serious homeless problem that they are not dealing with- Asians are being discriminated against for being too smart and they are being held at a higher standard to get into HarvardBrought to you by Noom, go to noom.com/hardfactor to try out the best way to get healthy and in shape!!!Go to http://www.predictit.org/promo/hardfactor20 to get your first $20 deposit matched in the stock market of politics!------------------------------------------------- Follow us on Twitter: @HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/HFTWIT@HardFactorMark: http://bit.ly/MarkCats@HardFactorPat: http://bit.ly/PatHF@HardFactorWes: http://bit.ly/WesTwit@HardFactorWill: http://bit.ly/HFwillFollow us on Instagram: @HardFactorNews: http://bit.ly/InstagHFSee how sweaty we look » Youtube: http://bit.ly/HardFactorYT
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المهندس/ بندر المعارك ماجستير ادارة اعمال MBA - عضو لجنة الخدمات العقارية سابقا بالغرفة التجارية الصناعية بالرياض.  - عضو لجنة التقديرات ونزع الملكيات سابقا حيث شاركت في تثمين العديد من المشاريع الحيوية بقيمة اجمالية تفوق الـ ٢٠ مليار ريال مثل: مشروع الدائري الثالث - قطار الحرمين - مشروع وادي السلي - تطوير المنطقة التاريخية بالدرعية - حدائق الملك عبدالله - مشروع المياه الاستراتيجي بالرياض  - محكم ومقيم عقاري معتمد لدى ديوان المظالم والمحكمة العامة بالرياض.  - عضو أساسي في الهيئة السعودية للمقيمين المعتمدين. - عضو برنامج مدربين التقييم العقاري بالهيئة السعودية للمقيمين المعتمدين.  - حاصل على دورة هيئة المقيمين المعتمدين لنزع الملكيات بالتعاون مع معهد RICO البريطاني. - قام بالمشاركة في تأسيس وإدارة العديد من المشاريع الاستثمارية والتجارية والعقارية في القطاعين الخاص والخيري. - حاصل على المركز الرابع بمسابقة الخطابة باللغة الإنجليزية بجامعة الملك فهد للبترول والمعادن.
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The 'Can He Do That?' team presents a new Post podcast, 'Moonrise' and showcases a segment from the Post's daily podcast 'Post Reports' about developments in Iran and what it has to say about President Trump's approach to foreign policy.
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Show Notes: Episode CXIX (October 12th, 2019) Dedicated to: Heiko Heinitz, TK-5598 from German Garrison’s Coastal Hammer Squad and Courtney…
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ROUND 1: Scientists want to inject night vision straight into troops' eyeballs. Should every troop be a bionic robot hero? Many are saying yes. ROUND 2: The Battle Against Fake News has officially been waged by the DoD. The mission? To repel “large-scale, automated disinformation attacks”. Looking at you Russia…ROUND 3: The US State Department went full Nigerian Prince mode on the captain of an Iranian vessel. See how this strange Phishing trip turned out… ROUND 4: The Marine, the myth, the literary legend, we have author Dathan Beach on the show to talk about his book The EnlistmentROUND 5: In a shocking report, 22% of one of our military's branches is OBESE. We would never shame, and we won't say which branch. But also, it's the NAVY and oh my God, can't wait to talk about how fat the Navy is. ROUND 6: The Trump administration is moving ahead with a plan to divert $3.6 billion in military funds to the border wall, and certain funds gonna get cut so bad they're gonna wish they weren't cut so bad 
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For the past two episodes, we’ve been telling you the birth story of a single regulation, one of the most misunderstood, and yet pivotal, regulations in American history: The number of peanuts that should be in peanut butter. Today, that story comes to an end. We’re picking up the action in 1965. It’s been more than six years since the Food and Drug Administration discovered a bunch of big peanut butter brands were using fewer peanuts and more artificial additives. Those heavyweights went back and forth with the government, and consumer activists like Ruth Desmond made their voices heard. It all lead up to the surreal moment when peanut butter was put on trial. There’s more to come in season two of The Uncertain Hour, where the things we fight the most about are the things we know the least about. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, or your favorite podcast app.
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في الحلقة الـ7 من #بودكاست_سقراط تحدثنا مع الرئيس التنفيذي لوحدة التحول الرقمي د.عصام الوقيت كما هي عادتنا في ٤ محاور: في المحور الأول تعرفنا على مفهوم التحول الرقمي وماهي وحدة التحول الرقمي وأهدافها الرئيسية. وفي المحور الثاني تعرفنا على إنجازات وحدة التحول الرقمي وهل صحيح أنها تسرق إنجازات الآخرين وتحتفل بها؟! وفي المحور الثالث تحدثنا عن أبرز التحديات التي تواجههم وكيف يتعاملون معها وفي المحور الرابع أجبنا على أسئلة أصدقاء سقراط الرائعين   للوصول لرابط تقرير إنجازات وحدة التحول الرقمي المذكور في الحلقة فضلا الإشتراك في القناة ليصلك تنبيه مع إطلاق كل حلقة لمتابعة حساب د.عصام الوقيت على تويتر لمتابعة حساب البرنامج على تويتر لمتابعة عمر الجريسي عبر سناب تشات   هذا البرنامج من إنتاج شبكة مايكس للبودكاست  شكر خاص للراعي الإعلامي مجموعة ون  شكر خاص لراعي التسويق الرقمي ناشر
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And we’re back, with a lot of news to cover!  Tune in for discussion and (respectful) debate with our cohosts, Professors Vladeck and Chesney, as the review: * Is it proper for the DNI to withhold from HPSCI a whisteblower complaint under the Intelligence Community Whistleblower Protection Act (ICWPA…Ick-Wipp-Uh!), where the IG has made a determination that the statutory standard has been met but the DNI disagrees? And what remedies might HPSCI (or SSCI) have if the answer is no? * About that colon/semicolon issue involving Marbury v. Madison… * Not surprising, but still fascinating: DOJ sues Snowden and his publisher because Snowden didn’t seek pre-publication review for his new book or for certain paid speeches. * Back to GTMO: Two D.C. Circuit judges make a point of weighing in, via a dissent from denial of a suggestion for rehearing en banc in Qassim, to express their view that (notwithstanding Boumediene) noncitizens held at GTMO cannot invoke the Fifth Amendment Due Process clause. * Executive privilege: does it make any sense to say that it applies as to a conversation between POTUS and a private citizen? * Paging Steve Vladeck about citing Steve Vladeck; or, the story of recursive citations Best of all, however, is the path that leads from talk of a Princess Bride reboot to a generation-later sequel to Coming to America…
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Every year, around one-third of all food produced for human consumption is lost or wasted. A new report from FAO, explains how countries are stepping up to tackle the problem. Andrea Cattaneo, a senior economist at FAO, outlines the report.
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Welcome to the radio magazine that brings you news, commentary and analysis from a Black Left perspective. I’m Glen Ford, along with my co-host Nellie Bailey. Coming up: U.S. cops act like soldiers and U.S. soldiers think they are the police of the world. A Black activist explains the connection. And, another left activist says this is the year to take on the corporate Democrats on their own turf, and he’s targeted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.  The Black is Back Coalition for Social Justice, Peace and Reparations is preparing to descend on Washington, on the first weekend in November, as the Coalition has done every year since Barack Obama’s first year in the White House. The arch racist Donald Trump is now the chief executive. But Black Is Back Chairman Omali Yeshitela says the enemy remains the same: U.S. Imperialism and white supremacy. Mass Shootings, Militarism and Policing Are Chapters in the Same Manifesto.” So says the title of a recent article by Dereka Purnell, a movement lawyer, writer and activist. We asked Purnell how she came to that conclusion. Another movement lawyer, Shahid Buttar, is running for Congress to unseat Democratic House leader Nancy Pelosi in her home district of San Francisco. Buttar is a lifelong activist and former director of the Bill of Rights Defense Committee. Until now, he had rejected electoral politics, but this year he sees an opening for the left. Buttar thinks his campaign is doing well.
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The National Association of Manufacturers has promised to help train nearly two million workers over the next five years to address a worker shortage. Part of the problem is record low unemployment. Another part is the lack of workers properly trained for the job openings. Today on All Sides: the disconnect between the jobs and the workforce to fill them. PBS Newshour and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation are hosting an event called Business Matters in Columbus, Ohio at the Idea Foundry.
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On the next Your Call’s Friday media roundtable, we’ll discuss Turkey’s military operation in Kurdish areas in Northern Syria. So far, at least 24 people have been killed – including 16 Kurdish fighters and eight civilians – while dozens more have been injured. Tens of thousand of people are also fleeing their homes.
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Standing Post brings you two of the first five female Special Agents in the U.S. Secret Service, Kathryn Childers, and Sue Ann Baker. These two women were sworn in on December 15, 1971, along with Laurie Anderson, Holly Hufschmidt and Phyllis Shantz. These ladies paved the way for women today to achieve a federal law enforcement career with the Secret Service. We hope you enjoy the show. For more information please contact your local Secret Service field office at www.secrestservice.gov Special Thanks to both Kathryn Childers and Sue Ann Baker for their time and support. Special thanks to our Forensic Services Division for their time and support. Special thanks to the executive leadership of the Secret Service and the Office of Communication and Media Relations for their continued time and support of this podcast. Hosted and Edited by: Cody Starken Associate Producer and assistant editor: Starr Vazquez This episode is sponsored by the United States Secret Service. www.secretservice.gov Music is “Nova Police” by Hermelin, found here: www.hermelin.bandcamp.com/track/nova-police The music used in the podcast was altered from the original soundtrack by cutting specific sections of the music to create the intro and outro of the podcast. This work Attribution-Noncommercial-sharealike 3.0 United States (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 US), which license definition is located here: creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/3.0 Want to join the Secret Service? Click here to start your journey www.usajobs.gov/Search/?k=USSS Please visit us at: Twitter@secretservice, Instagram@secretservice, Facebook @UnitedStatesSecretServiceOfficial, YouTube@US Secret Service, and LinkedIn @U.S. Secret Service Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, or SoundCloud.com and find it at www.secretservice.gov/press/social-media/
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How do the authorities, business and the public perceive and respond to the risk of violent terrorism? With unprecedented access to the work of an active MI5 officer, home affairs correspondent Dominic Casciani discovers the depth of the challenge facing the security services. Just how do MI5 operatives go about filtering hundreds of weekly tip-offs into a few key leads? In a world of online radicalisation and increasing hate crime, how can they prioritise those that pose a real and immediate threat to the public, and avoid wasting resources on red herrings and keyboard warriors? He also hears from: - Paul Martin, who led security preparations for the London 2012 Olympics - Nicola Benyahia, whose son was radicalised and killed fighting in Iraq - Dr Julia Pearce, expert on communication and terrorism at King's College London - Brigadier Ed Butler, Head of Risk Analysis at Pool Re - Rizwaan Sabir, expert on counter-terrorism and political Islam at Liverpool John Moores University Would we be safer if we knew more about the threats that face us, or should we be kept in the dark? Presented by Dominic Casciani Produced by Beth Sagar-Fenton
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Round 1: Geardo militia type dudes are taking over the southern border. Without them, the American flag would be in SERIOUS dangerRound 2: An unreal interview with Dakota Meyer. We're throwing a MUST LISTEN on this oneRound 3: We got a user submitted question: what's the most disrespectful thing you've ever seen while you were in the service? Spoiler alert, a platoon leader got slapped in the mouth. Round 4: Bridezilla gets triggered when Marine shows up to a black tie wedding wearing dress blues. Who was wrong: the Marine or the Blushing Bride? 
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The Federal Reserve system: Most Americans know it's important but most Americans don't know exactly what it is. In this episode, discover the controversial and disturbing history of the Federal Reserve and learn how it has allowed bankers and politicians to create money out of nothing, taking value out of your bank accounts for over 100 years.
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A Thank you bonus episode featuring information on a congressional resignation, a long list of future congressional quitters, dizzy spells, and a disappearing airline.
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