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THE CJC MUSIC RADIO NETWORK offers showcases featuring music, fun conversations, tools, and information that matter to musicians and industry professionals worldwide. Whether you're just a music lover or part of the scene, OUR SHOWCASES ARE FOR EVERYONE! Our audience includes, performers, artists, composers, comedians, managers, booking agents, marketers, designers, actors, authors, attorneys, film makers – anyone and everyone who is interested in, wants to be or is a part of the music and e ...
 
Welcome! This is the Yoel Molina radio show, (a.k.a. (Tentatively) the “Mo Knows show”) Yoel is a husband, father, attorney, business man, small business owner and entrepreneur. Always looking for new and innovative ways to give back to the community Yoel will launch his show in the not too distant future as an opportunity to educate the public about issues related to legal matters and current events. Criminal law, politics, credit issues, immigration, pop culture, real estate law and relate ...
 
Scream & Shout with Rene Sandler is a weekly radio show with an edge. Rene Sandler is a criminal defense attorney and former prosecutor who has been recognized as one of the best criminal defense attorneys in the country. Each week, Scream and Shout with Rene Sandler will feature a summary of the week's headlines.plus the hottest interviews with leading attorneys, entertainers, advocates, crime victims, policy makers, and more.
 
The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies is a group of conservatives and libertarians interested in the current state of the legal order. It is founded on the principles that the state exists to preserve freedom, that the separation of governmental powers is central to our Constitution, and that it is emphatically the province and duty of the judiciary to say what the law is, not what it should be. This podcast feed contains audio files of Federalist Society panel discussions ...
 
Dr. Leigh-Davis hosts "This Month in History;" telling listeners about historical events which occurred in the present month. Dr. Leigh-Davis is a law professor, retired attorney, anthropologist and media personality. Dr. Leigh-Davis has taught at Cal State University and is a native of Beverly Hills, California. Previously, Dr. Leigh-Davis was Editor-in-Chief of Malibu Magazine; an attorney; an actress; a model; host of the Court TV television show "The Court is in Session;" and a winner of ...
 
It is currently legal to end the life of a child while they are within the womb. This ought not be! FREEtheChildrenNOW.com has two goals: 1. Freeing children in the womb from oppression and injustice. 2. Helping mothers choose not to end the life of the child within them. Both goals ultimately bring dignity and equality to the child in the womb. I would love your help! Let's FREE the Children NOW!
 
WBRG The Bridge with hosts John Robinson and Corliss King can be described as Batman & Robin or depending on the topic, Ecks vs. Sever behind the mic. We will unconventionally get at the truth and don’t care who’s feelings get hurt along the way...even if its each other’s. WBRG The Bridge is where you come to get your “grown-ass man/woman on” from a conversational aspect and we are truly allergic to kid gloves! What we offer is a cutting edge, no holds barred show for adults that includes di ...
 
ASL Radio??? Yes! ASL Radio for the Hearing World to hear our culture... FOR ALL ASL Radio Videos please go to www.Vimeo.com/keithwann Known for his stand-up comedy and rapid popularity through the viral You Tube ASL video parody rendition of Vanilla Ice’s “Ice Ice Baby” in 2006, Wann has been performing for over 20 years. As a hearing child of Deaf adults, Wann is an original breakthrough performing ASL artist and has been featured in several short films with ASL, currently stars in a popul ...
 
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On March 7-8, 1986, The Federalist Society hosted its annual National Student Symposium at Stanford Law School. The topic of the conference was "The First Amendment: Constitutional Principles & Public Policy." The first day of the conference concluded with a panel on "The Political Process and the First Amendment." Featuring: Judge Robert Bork, U.S…
 
On February 15, 2021, Erin M. Hawley and Jennifer Nou joined the Federalist Society’s Chicago Student Chapter for a discussion on the future of administrative law. Featuring: Erin M. Hawley, Senior Legal Fellow, Independent Women’s Law Center Jennifer Nou, Professor of Law, University of Chicago Law School Introduction: Hallie Saunders, Programming…
 
On January 19-20, 1990, The Federalist Society hosted a conference at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. The topic of the conference was "The Presidency & Congress: Constitutionally Separated and Shared Powers." The conference concluded with an address by Judge Robert Bork. Featuring: Judge Robert H. Bork, American Enterprise Institute Introduc…
 
On January 30, 2021, The Federalist Society's Florida lawyers chapters hosted their annual Florida Chapters Conference at Disney's Yacht and Beach Club Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Ashley Moody, the Attorney General for Florida, offered a keynote address at the conference. Featuring: Attorney General Ashley Moody, State of Florida Introduct…
 
On January 30, 2021, The Federalist Society's Florida lawyers chapters hosted their annual Florida Chapters Conference at Disney's Yacht and Beach Club Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The topic for the second panel was "SCOTUS after the Barrett Confirmation." How will the confirmation of Justice Amy Coney Barrett affect the Supreme Court's doc…
 
On January 30, 2021, The Federalist Society's Florida lawyers chapters hosted their annual Florida Chapters Conference at Disney's Yacht and Beach Club Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. The first panel of the conference discussed "Covid and Separation of Powers." The last year has seen the virtually unprecedented use of government powers at the …
 
On January 19-20, 1990, The Federalist Society hosted a conference at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. The topic of the conference was "The Presidency & Congress: Constitutionally Separated and Shared Powers." The second day of the conference featured a luncheon address by C. Boyden Gray on "The Neutral Application of Rules to Each of the Thr…
 
On January 21, 2021, the Federalist Society's Columbus, Cincinnati, and Cleveland lawyers chapters hosted a virtual conversation with two of Ohio's own, Judge Chad Readler and US Attorney David DeVillers, who shared their extraordinary experiences and expertise. Featuring: Hon. Chad A. Readler, United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit J…
 
On January 19-20, 1990, The Federalist Society hosted a conference at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. The topic of the conference was "The Presidency & Congress: Constitutionally Separated and Shared Powers." The fourth panel covered "The Appropriation Power and the Necessary and Proper Clause." Featuring: William Barr, Assistant Attorney Ge…
 
On January 21, 2021, The Federalist Society's Article I Initiative and Columbia Student Chapter co-sponsored a webinar on "Congress and the Administrative State." In this portion of the program, Professor Christopher J. Walker gives a presentation on the proper role of Congress in modern administrative law. Featuring: Prof. Christopher J. Walker, J…
 
On January 19-20, 1990, The Federalist Society hosted a conference at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. The topic of the conference was "The Presidency & Congress: Constitutionally Separated and Shared Powers." The third panel explored "Congressional Control of the Administration of Government: Hearings, Investigations, Oversight, and Legislat…
 
On December 17, 2020, the Federalist Society's Greenville, Columbia, and Charleston, South Carolina Lawyers Chapters hosted an online webinar titled "SCOTUS Stops Cuomo's COVID Synagogue Targeting." The event featured Misha Tseytlin, counsel for the synagogue, who discussed his involvement as counsel in COVID-related litigation, including the recen…
 
On January 19-20, 1990, The Federalist Society hosted a conference at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. The topic of the conference was "The Presidency & Congress: Constitutionally Separated and Shared Powers." The second day of the conference began with an address by Senator Charles Robb on fiscal responsibility and political divisions in Con…
 
On December 14, 2020, the Little Rock, Nebraska, and Chicago Lawyers Chapters co-hosted Judges Steven Seeger, Lee Rudofsky, and Brian Buescher for a riveting discussion on their career paths leading to becoming judges. The judges shared their advice for aspiring judges and described the work they face in their jobs. Featuring: Hon. Lee Rudofsky, Ju…
 
The year 2020 is not our country's final election. After an election dominated by rule changes, court battles, and allegations of fraud, what have we learned? On December 16, 2020, the Federalist Society's Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, New Jersey, and Delaware Lawyers Chapters co-hosted a panel on the 2020 presidential elections, tackling q…
 
On January 19-20, 1990, The Federalist Society hosted a conference at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. The topic of the conference was "The Presidency & Congress: Constitutionally Separated and Shared Powers." The first panel discussed "Agency Autonomy and the Unitary Executive." Featuring: Mr. Terry Eastland, National Legal Center for the Pu…
 
On January 19-20, 1990, The Federalist Society hosted a conference at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. The topic of the conference was "The Presidency & Congress: Constitutionally Separated and Shared Powers." Attorney General Richard Thornburgh opened the conference with an address on the importance of separation of powers. Featuring: Hon. R…
 
On November 30, 2020, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai joined the Federalist Society's Columbia Law Student Chapter for a wide-ranging discussion on net neutrality, Section 230, and more, in an online Q&A co-sponsored by the Federalist Society's Regulatory Transparency Project. Featuring: Chairman Ajit Pai, Federal Communications Commission Moderator: Brad La…
 
On November 17, 2020, the Federalist Society's Article I Initiative and the Little Rock Lawyers Chapter cohosted a webinar on Supreme Court nominations and the perils of court-packing. Featuring: Dan McLaughlin, Senior Writer, National Review Online Introduction: Chad Pekron, Walmart ******* As always, the Federalist Society takes no position on pa…
 
On November 19, 2020, the Federalist Society's Regulatory Transparency Project and the Memphis Lawyers Chapter co-hosted an online event discussing "Civil Liberties and COVID-19 Shelter in Place Orders." Featuring: Julia Mahoney, John S. Battle Professor of Law, University of Virginia School of Law Introduction: Greg Grisham, Fisher Phillips ******…
 
On April 3-5, 1987, the Federalist Society's Chicago Student Chapter hosted the sixth annual National Student Symposium at the University of Chicago Law School. The symposium's fourth panel discussed "The Role of the Legislative and Executive Branches in Interpreting the Constitution." Featuring: Prof. Robert Nagel, University of Colorado Law Schoo…
 
On November 17, 2020, the Milwaukee Lawyers Chapter hosted an online interview with former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Daniel Kelly. Appointed to Wisconsin’s high court in 2016 by then-governor Scott Walker, Justice Kelly quickly distinguished himself as one of the Court’s most vocal and consistent advocates for textualism and originalism. Just…
 
On November 12, 2020, The Federalist Society hosted an online showcase discussion for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention with Professors Robert George of Princeton and Cornel West of Harvard. The title of the panel was "Showcase Discussion: A Discussion with Professors Robert George and Cornel West on Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Thought, the Bl…
 
On November 10, 2020, The Federalist Society's Professional Responsibility & Legal Education Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The panel covered "Freedom of Association in the Legal Profession." The Code of Judicial Conduct for federal judges and the Code of Judicial Conduct template for state judges, a…
 
On November 13, 2020, The Federalist Society's Federalism & Separation of Powers Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The panel discussed "Emergency Powers and the Rule of Law." The coronavirus pandemic spotlighted an issue that’s been increasingly relevant the last few years: the extra powers that governm…
 
On November 13, 2020, The Federalist Society's Financial Services & E-Commerce Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The panel covered "Agency Leaders on Cryptocurrency, Blockchain, and the Evolution of a Central Bank Digital Currency." The pandemic has accelerated the establishment of digital currencies, i…
 
On November 13, 2020, The Federalist Society hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. This special session covered "The Future of the Second Amendment's Right to Keep and Bear Arms: From the Supreme Court to Social Unrest in the Streets‎." With contrasting views from the two Presidential candidates, as well as the nomination…
 
On November 12, 2020, The Federalist Society hosted a virtual address by Justice Samuel Alito as a part of the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. Featuring: Hon. Samuel A. Alito, Jr., Associate Justice, United States Supreme Court Introduction: Hon. Dean A. Reuter, General Counsel | Vice President & Director, Practice Groups, The Federalist Society …
 
On November 12, 2020, The Federalist Society hosted a virtual address by Judge Janice Rodgers Brown as part of the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. Featuring: Hon. Janice Rogers Brown, United States Court of Appeals, District of Columbia Circuit (ret.); Former Associate Judge, California Supreme Court Introduction: Mrs. Lisa Ezell, Vice President …
 
On November 12, 2020, The Federalist Society hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The topic of the panel was "The Presidency and the Rule of Law." The U.S. Constitution states that the president “shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed.” It also requires the President, before taking office, to swear (or affi…
 
On November 12, 2020, The Federalist Society hosted a virtual address by Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia as a part of the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. Featuring: Hon. Eugene Scalia, Secretary of Labor, United States Department of Labor Introduction: Mr. Eugene Meyer, President and CEO, The Federalist Society ******* As always, the Federalist …
 
On November 12, 2020, the Federalist Society hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The panel covered "Law, Social Justice, Wokeness, and Protests: Where Do We Go From Here?". Historically, the rule of law and the concept of justice it represents supply two key roots of the American experiment. Some think the ideology unde…
 
On November 11, 2020, The Federalist Society's Professional Civil rights Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The panel covered "Modern Quandaries of Law Enforcement." The debates surrounding the doctrine of qualified immunity and cultural impact of law enforcement have seen renewed vigor in past months, a…
 
On November 11, 2020, The Federalist Society's Intellectual Property Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The panel covered "Intellectual Property Rights and the Rule of Law." The world’s first democratized intellectual-property legal system, initiated by Art. I, Sec. 8, Cl. 8 of the U.S. Constitution, is …
 
On November 11, 2020, The Federalist Society's Professional Labor & Employment Law Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The panel covered "Agency Leaders on Labor Policy." The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, National Labor Relations Board and U.S. Department of Labor can have a significant negativ…
 
On November 11, 2020, The Federalist Society's International & National Security Law Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The panel covered "The Law, China, and the Possible New Cold War." The rule of law is a cornerstone of American democracy as it is for many other democracies. China has laws and courts,…
 
On November 10, 2020, The Federalist Society's Litigation Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The topic of the panel was "Are MDL Judges Too Powerful?". Nearly half of all federal civil cases are now consolidated in a few handfuls of so-called MDLs (multi-district litigations). Each MDL is overseen by a s…
 
On November 10, 2020, The Federalist Society's Corporations, Securities & Antitrust and Telecommunications & Electronic Media Practice Groups co-hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The panel discussed "Regulating Social Media." Federal statutes, like the Communications Decency Act (and its Section 230), as well as more …
 
On November 10, 2020, The Federalist Society's Free Speech & Election Law Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The panel explored "Rule of Law, or Just Making it Up? First Amendment Tiered Scrutiny." Different levels of Scrutiny are a staple of First Amendment Jurisprudence. Strict scrutiny for viewpoint-b…
 
On November 9, 2020, The Federalist Society's Administration Law & Regulation Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The topic of the panel was "Regulatory Practice and Oversight in 2021 and Beyond." While we think of “The Administrative State” as the relatively permanent apparatus of government, it has no l…
 
On November 9, 2020, The Federalist Society's Criminal Law Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The panel covered "Prosecutorial Discretion, Partisanship, and the Rule of Law." In recent years, politically controversial criminal investigations have occupied an enormous part of our national discussion. The …
 
On November 9, 2020, The Federalist Society's Environmental Law & Property Rights Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The panel was titled "EPA Turns 50: A Debate on Environmental Progress and Regulatory Overreach." Since 1970, the United States has made significant progress in protecting the nation’s wat…
 
On November 9, 2020, The Federalist Society's Religious Liberties Practice Group hosted a virtual panel for the 2020 National Lawyers Convention. The topic of the panel was "Religious Liberty and the New Court." Religious liberty and religious free exercise in the modern era often involve the question of when religious exemptions are appropriate or…
 
On November 18, 2020, the Regulatory Transparency Project hosted a virtual fireside chat with FTC Commissioner Noah Phillips on the House Judiciary Antitrust Staff Report and its potential ramifications. The House Judiciary Committee’s Antitrust Subcommittee recently released findings of a 16-month investigation into competition in the digital econ…
 
On November 20, 2020, The Federalist Society's Student Division and the Columbia Student Chapter hosted the third Feddie Night Fight via online webinar. The two contenders engaged in a knockout debate reprising the discussions surrounding Fulton v. City of Philadelphia. The Feddie Night Fights are a series of online events hosted by Federalist Soci…
 
On October 29, 2020, the Penn and Temple Student Chapters of the Federalist Society hosted former officemates and leading scholars of presidential power John Yoo and Saikrishna Prakash for a debate on the true extent of presidential power. In his new book, "Defender in Chief," John Yoo argues that Trump, despite his populism, is more often the defe…
 
On April 3-5, 1987, the Federalist Society's Chicago Student Chapter hosted the sixth annual National Student Symposium at the University of Chicago Law School. The final panel of the symposium covered "The Conflict Between Text and Precedent in Constitutional Adjudication." Featuring: Judge Frank Easterbrook, U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit…
 
On October 20, 2020, the Federalist Society's Georgetown Law Student Chapter and the Regulatory Transparency Project hosted John C. Yoo and Saikrishna B. Prakash for an online discussion on the extent of executive power. In his new book, Defender in Chief,"John Yoo argues that Trump – despite his populism – has become more often the defender rather…
 
On April 3-5, 1987, the Federalist Society's Chicago Student Chapter hosted the sixth annual National Student Symposium at the University of Chicago Law School. The third panel of the symposium explored "Originalist Theories of Constitutional Interpretation." Featuring: Prof. Raoul Berger, Harvard Law School Dean Robert Bennett, Northwestern Law Sc…
 
On October 14-15, the Federalist Society's Kentucky lawyers chapters hosted their annual conference via online webinars. The final panel of the conference involved "A Discussion on Nationwide Injunctions." Featuring: Paul E. Salamanca, Wendell H. Ford Professor of Law, Rosenberg College of Law, University of Kentucky Misha Tseytlin, Partner, Troutm…
 
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