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Decisions of the Supreme Court, summarized by the court itself.Readings of the Supreme Court slip opinion syllabi, With no personal commentary, you can make up your own mind about the decisions. See Wheaton and Donaldson v. Peters and Grigg, 33 U.S. 591 (1834) and United States v. Detroit Timber & Lumber Co., 200 U.S. 321, 337. Photo by: Davi KellyPatrion:https://t.co/SpeNDawjyoamp=1Paypal:https://paypal.me/SCOTUSsyllabus
 
The Term is a podcast from Law360 for the busy U.S. Supreme Court watcher. Give us about 15 minutes each week and we'll catch you up on all the big action at the nation's highest court, along with a list of what to watch in the coming sessions. Hosts senior Supreme Court reporter Jimmy Hoover in Washington, D.C. and editor-at-large Natalie Rodriguez in New York City cut through a busy docket to focus on the key cases and developments everyone will be talking about.
 
A podcast that interviews real authentic falconers. Learn about the sport of falconry from those generous enough to share their experiences. I started this channel as a way to bring falconers and future falconers together. The goal is to share techniques and stories that can benefit others in their falconry journey to improve falconry progression and success. I hope you enjoy and comment for questions and future ideas of podcast ideas. Thanks for the support! Support this podcast: https://an ...
 
Professor Elizabeth Joh teaches Intro to Constitutional Law and most of the time this is a pretty straight forward job. But with Trump in office, everything has changed. Five minutes before class Professor Joh checks Twitter to find out what the 45th President has said and how it jibes with 200 years of the judicial branch interpreting and ruling on the Constitution. Hosted by acclaimed podcaster Roman Mars (99% Invisible, co-founder Radiotopia), this show is a weekly, fun, casual Con Law 10 ...
 
How To Fix the Internet is a podcast mini-series from the Electronic Frontier Foundation that examines potential solutions to six ills facing the modern digital landscape. Over the course of 6 episodes, we’ll consider how current tech policy isn’t working well for users and invite experts to join us in imagining a better future. Hosted by EFF’s Executive Director Cindy Cohn and our Director of Strategy Danny O’Brien, How to Fix the Internet digs into the gritty technical details and the case ...
 
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The U.S. Supreme Court enters the term's last full argument sitting as the political fate of the court hangs in the balance with debates over court packing, term limits, and other reforms sweeping the nation. Starting April 19, the justices will hear arguments over CARES Act relief for Indian tribes, immigration, gun convictions, appellate procedur…
 
On this week's episode of Ham Radio Crash Course, a podcast roughly based on amateur radio but mostly made up of responding to emails from listeners, hosted by Josh Nass - KI6NAZ and his reluctant wife, Leah - KN6NWZ, Josh talks Hot Dog Cooking 2 Electric Bugaloo. We introduce a modern preparedness corner where this week we discuss self defense ite…
 
Criminal justice reform is sweeping the nation. What does that look like in the state in which you live? Todd & Craig run down a few major changes to the system as well as give commentary on a little to late. Police officers will now give out summons in many cases where at one time they would place you under arrest. Most traffic infractions will no…
 
Long a political non-starter, the idea of "court-packing" is now dominating Washington as Democrats in Congress push legislation to add four seats to the Supreme Court and a presidential commission studies the broader issue of court reform. Will these latest efforts go anywhere? Law360's The Term discusses on this week's episode.…
 
Groups representing the spectrum of political ideologies have teamed up to challenge a California law that requires tax-exempt charities to disclose major donors. The state says this information is already required by the federal government and that it's needed to police the misuse of dollars donated by California residents. The charities and their…
 
HUGE SHOW!!!!! Craig and Todd answer a bunch of emails. Topics include the best strains to smoke if you're a first time user, what are terpenes? Am I entitled to a phone call if arrested? can a lawyer actually get me out of jail if I am arrested? and much much more. Enjoy the show!!
 
On this week's episode of Ham Radio Crash Course, a podcast roughlybased on amateur radio but mostly made up of responding to emails fromlisteners, hosted by Josh Nass - KI6NAZ and his reluctant wife, Leah -KN6NWZ, Josh answers one of his most asked questions, "What BaofengShould I Buy?" Josh and Leah also share their experience havingSkyline Chili…
 
After a decade of litigation, Google has finally defeated a lawsuit from Oracle over the chunks of computer code Google used to develop the Android smartphone platform. This week, The Term welcomes Law360 senior intellectual property reporter Bill Donahue to explain the Supreme Court's ruling in the tech battle—plus we also look at one justice's fo…
 
Welcome back to the ModState Podcast! As always thank you for tuning in. Leave your comments, concerns, opinions at ModState@Modstate.com for a shoutout! On this episode John and Nate dive into several topics. The main focus of this conversation is the much jolt of capital to infrastructure projects, programs to build up the poor and middle class a…
 
The Supreme Court heard argument in the NCAA’s highly-anticipated antitrust appeal over student-athlete compensation on March 31. The court had tough questions for WilmerHale’s Seth Waxman, who represented the NCAA and attempted to defend the unique amateurism status of college sports against allegations of exploitation. On the other hand, the just…
 
On this week's episode of Ham Radio Crash Course, a podcast roughlybased on amateur radio but mostly made up of responding to emails fromlisteners, hosted by Josh Nass - KI6NAZ and his reluctant wife, Leah -KN6NWZ, Josh talks about the top ten questions people get wrong on theTechnician exam. We really shored it up this time, got it under 3hours de…
 
New York listens to the will of the people and goes recreational. Virginia set to become a recreational state as well. New Mexico is also joining the ranks of states going recreational. When will the federal government listen to the voters and remove cannabis from schedule 1 of the CSA? Canna Tourism is going to be a billion dollar industry, Craig …
 
The spirit of spring has the justices cleaning out their docket this week with decisions on Florida's oyster fisheries, Facebook's class action liability and long-lived media ownership limits. The Term breaks down all the action, plus we take a deep dive into the NCAA's very bad day at the high court over its "amateurism" rules with Law360 senior s…
 
Todd & Craig open this episode with not just one fantastic song but 3. This show is a bit of rock and roll and a bit of country. Todd introduces you to a new strain parents of Girl Scott Cookies & Cherry Pie, Fat Kid Cake. Law updates on a number of topics including multiple conviction set asides. Shout outs to Big Daddy Bain and others. Enjoy and …
 
On January 6th, a mob stormed the US Capitol to try to stop the certification of the presidential election results. Many of the insurrectionists will be tracked down and charged with crimes, in part, because their cell phone placed them in the Capitol Building during the attack. The case of Carpenter v. United States is the closest the Supreme Cour…
 
A day after the NCAA wraps up basketball's Elite Eight, the Supreme Court team of nine will consider whether collegiate athletes can receive compensation. The justices will hear argument March 31 in an antitrust case where the Ninth Circuit invalidated limits on education-related compensation for college athletes, but preserved the NCAA’s ban on ou…
 
On this week's episode of Ham Radio Crash Course, a podcast roughly based on amateur radio but mostly made up of responding to emails from listeners, hosted by Josh Nass - KI6NAZ and his reluctant wife, Leah - KN6NWZ, Josh talks about 3 antennas to try, Leah starts studying for her General, and as always, lots of emails. We really shored this one u…
 
Welcome back from a long over due ModState Podcast Episode! As always leave your comments here or at ModState@ModState.com On this episode John and Nate dive into several topics including the valuation of Tesla forecasted into 2025. The main body of this podcast John and Nate dive Covid-19 relief and the various bills in congress. The beginning of …
 
Huge show this week with plenty of music, law and banter. Todd & Craig cover a wide range of topics from strain of the week to individuals attempting to reinstate out of state driving rights. Commercial Drivers License (CDL) is also discussed. Enjoy this episode and many more by subscribing and/or downloading previous episodes. Enjoy!!…
 
The Supreme Court hears argument in three cases the week of March 22, two dealing with searches and seizures, and a third dealing with property rights in the labor context. The justices will consider Fifth Amendment protections for employers trying to keep union organizers away, the scope of tribal police officers’ authority to detain and search no…
 
On this week's episode of Ham Radio Crash Course, a podcast roughly based on amateur radio but mostly made up of responding to emails from listeners, hosted by Josh Nass - KI6NAZ and his wife, Leah - KN6NWZ, we talk about what Leah has done so far as a new Technician and her experience with a Baofeng.Ham Radio Minute: Clear your desktop and browser…
 
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer has found himself under the political spotlight recently with liberals calling on the 82-year-old to retire to avoid a repeat of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's replacement by a conservative. On this week’s episode of The Term we break down the debate, plus unpack a more lenient stance by the Biden administration …
 
Supreme Court justices will hear argument in their latest Fourth Amendment case on March 24 over warrantless law enforcement action. The high court will examine whether the so-called "community caretaking" doctrine permits warrantless searches and seizures of homes. The court previously allowed such searches of vehicles. The Constitutional Accounta…
 
Operating While under the influence of Marijuana in some states can and will result in a criminal conviction and loss of driving privileges. If you live in a state where marijuana is medical or recreational you may have a defense and immunities against prosecution. Michigan, attorney, Mike Nichols is back in The Mother-Ship providing answers to the…
 
On this week's episode of Ham Radio Crash Course, a podcast roughly based on amateur radio but mostly made up of responding to emails from listeners, hosted by Josh Nass, KI6NAZ and his needs to schedule her tech exam wife, Leah, we talk about what to pack in a Bug Out/Go Home Bag, it starts at . Ham Radio Minute: Learn morse code as a Technician. …
 
With more proposals at statehouses to restrict voting following the 2020 election, the Supreme Court is considering a case that could make it harder to challenge such laws in federal court. In a just-argued case challenging out-of-precinct voting and ballot harvesting prohibitions in Arizona, the justices will decide how to measure whether voting r…
 
On this week's episode of Ham Radio Crash Course, a podcast roughly based on amateur radio, hosted by Josh Nass, KI6NAZ and his almost ready to take the tech exam wife, we talk about how to make an antenna out of anything and 3 DMR radio recommendations for under $100 each. For those who want to skip to this topic, it starts at 2:28:20. Ham Radio M…
 
Welcome back to the ModState Podcast. As always send your messages over to ModState@ModState.comOn this episode John and Nate dive into several topics. The first topic John and Nate discuss is the Mars Rover and what it means for future scientific endeavors. In the meat of the podcast John and Nate "Start Over" and pick up on an earlier discussion …
 
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