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Brett and Nazim are two attorneys who hate being attorneys. Each week, they discuss current Supreme Court cases with the intent to make the law more accessible to the average person, while ruminating on what makes the law both frustrating and interesting. This podcast is not legal advice and is for entertainment purposes only. If anything you hear leads you to believe you need legal advice, please contact an attorney immediately
 
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Iron Butterfly

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National Security Institute and AWIC

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The first podcast by and for women in the US Intelligence Community, co-produced by the Amazing Women of the IC (AWIC) and National Security Institute at George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School. The Iron Butterfly Podcast brings you real stories from women in intelligence. Eighty years ago, Eloise Page joined the Office of Strategic Services, or the OSS, a predecessor for what we recognize today as the United States Intelligence Community. Page started as a secretary, but worked ...
 
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Dissed

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Supreme Court dissents have it all: brilliant writing, surprising reasoning, shade, puns, and sometimes historic impact. Although they are necessarily written by the "losing" side, they’re still important: they can provide a roadmap for future challenges or persuade other justices. Sometimes they're just cathartic. In Dissed, attorneys Anastasia Boden and Elizabeth Slattery dig deep into important dissents, both past and present, and reveal the stories behind them. Twitter: @EHSlattery @Anas ...
 
In this podcast, hosts from the Gilded Films website will discuss the Best Picture nominees from a particular year to decide if the Academy picked the best film for the big prize. We will also discuss other films from the given year that were not nominated for Best Picture. Periodically, there will be bonus episodes featuring reviews, predictions, and more!
 
I'm Annie Romanos and I host weekly conversations with courageous, inspiring fempreneurs who have created amazing businesses based on their 'who', so you're inspired to do 100% you in your life and business. Who you really are is the one thing you own, and the one thing that makes you different. Own it. Be it. Use it.
 
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This Week In Jackassery

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This Week In Jackassery

This Week In Jackassery by The Snap Download

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In each episode of This Week In Jackassery, co-hosts Adrienne Boettinger and Shane Barnhill call out the world's finest examples of Jackassery, discuss what's driving them to drink, break down current events related to politics and technology, and do their best to find something in the word that doesn't such from the past week.
 
This is a true story of law students. We are first-year law students. In this podcast, we will tell you what we learn, what we think, and how we think in law school. This podcast is for those who would like to know about law school and/or who are law students. Thank you for listening to our podcast! This is a true story of law students. We are first-year law students. In this podcast, we will tell you what we learn, what we think, and how we think in law school. This podcast is for those who ...
 
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On this episode of Boxes and Lines, hosts Ronan Ryan and John Ramsay are joined by J.W. Verret, Associate Professor at the Antonin Scalia Law School and an expert on the SEC and fintech space. They discuss the history of disagreements between market participants and the SEC, governing the Web3 ecosystem, and using crypto for social good. Recorded M…
 
Antonin Scalia’s polarizing religious decision in 1993 seems ready for the chopping block. The Supreme Court justice wrote a decision that limited the free exercise clause of religion. Dr. Sally Gordon, a constitutional scholar from the University of Pennsylvania says court watchers expect this decision to eventually be reversed. Scalia’s Polarizin…
 
Back for another edition of The Scoop, Darren 'Doogie' Wolfson welcomes on a handful of guests to this new episode. Guests include former Vikings GM Rick Spielman who previews this week's NFL Draft and looks back on his time in Minnesota (2:32), Jets TE Tyler Conklin on leaving for the Jets and his time with the Vikings (34:06), Sara Scalia on leav…
 
Some LDS scholars get in trouble with Church authorities: Michael Quinn, Maxine Hanks, Lester Bush, to name a few. Yet others like Dr. Richard & Claudia Bushman can write about controversial topics and not get into trouble. Why is that? I asked Richard & Claudia their answers to these questions. Scholars Get in Trouble GT: […]…
 
Questions Covered:24:21 – Was the Aristotelian philosophy integrated with other philosophy in Chaldean for the translation? 29:14 – Has anyone gone back to the original Greek from the time Aristotle for a translation? 32:50 – Can you explain Aristotle’s concept of happiness and his influence on Thomas Jefferson? 43:20 – Did Aristotle have any spiri…
 
Questions Covered:05:04 – What’s the Catholic teaching on what to do when a fetus has been conceived in vitro but not implanted in the womb yet? 11:28 – How should we balance strong defense of the faith and the unborn with a charitable approach to those who are pro-choice? 19:29 – How should a Catholic talk to a family member with homosexual inclin…
 
Back for another episode of The Scoop, Darren 'Doogie' Wolfson cracks open his latest notes on the Wolves before getting into conversations. Guests on the show include Minnesota hockey legend Lou Nanne to discuss the Wild (8:28) and Gophers basketball commit Taurus Samuels talking about his move to Minnesota (20:01). Doogie was able to catch up wit…
 
You asked for it, and you got it, folks. This week's episode covers Shurtleff v. City of Boston, aka the second-most interesting thing that happened in the Supreme Court two weeks ago. There's a lot to disagree with here, from the decision that flags aren't government speech, to Gorsuch's take-down of the Lemon test. Law starts at (02:07).…
 
Questions Covered:02:00 – I’ve been taught that you are required to believe in hell but not required to believe that anyone is in there. What are your thoughts? 13:21 – When Jesus says eat “my body and drink my blood”, does he truly mean eat or believe? 28:46 – Why does the Church teach against contraception but promote NFP? 41:27 – I am struggling…
 
Questions Covered:03:15 – I see that there’s some questionable quotes in Church History on the Immaculate Conception. Can you help clarify why they seem to contradict the official dogma? 12:17 – On Marian Consecration, why do they use the language of “giving ourselves to Mary” and worshiping her? 17:55 – Why has Judas been condemned since he seemed…
 
We’re continuing our conversation with Dr’s Richard & Claudia Bushman. I asked Claudia more about her writings on women in church history. Women in History Claudia: When I went to graduate school, I decided that I was going to do a study of women. I was the first person that ever had thought of that […]…
 
Questions Covered:08:07 – Where can I find purgatory in the bible? 16:16 – What’s the moral stance on helping beggars? Are we obligated to help, or can it be considered enabling drug addicts? 21:46 – Did the Church condemn dissection in the Middle Ages? If they did, has that been reversed to allow for scientific discovery? 29:18 – I’m a theology st…
 
Questions Covered:02:44 – What’s the culpability of Jazz? How culpable is a child and the parents when it comes to transitioning genders?12:08 – Is the protestant doctrine of justification contrary to the Gospel?19:02 – What’s the morality behind the use of marijuana?24:10 – My ex-wife had an abortion before we were married, and I just found out. I…
 
Questions Covered:08:06 – How much weight do regional councils hold, especially when looking back at history? 16:30 – If St Peter was martyred, how was he supposed to have laid hands on Pope Linus? 24:00 – How do we reconcile 1 John “Whoever denies Jesus denies the Father” with claims that Jews and Muslims worship the same God in Nostra Aetate? 37:…
 
Questions Covered:13:53 – I’ve noticed in my parish that they removed all images of a crucified Christ. Is this a common practice around this time of year?17:19 – What is the difference between the particular judgment and the general judgment?20:43 – Is being a homosexual a sin or is it just the action that is sin?36:06 – Is it ok to say “bless you…
 
On this week’s episode of the Iron Butterfly podcast, we are thrilled to welcome our friend, Janaki Kates. Janaki is a national security consultant with nearly two decades of government experience and is passionate about expanding missions and growing diverse workforces. She began her career at the CIA as an analyst focusing on foreign space progra…
 
Questions Covered:04:01 – What does it mean that Mary is the spouse of the Holy Spirit? 07:43 – Why would a Catholic use faith as a pathway to truth? 14:23 – Is it morally permissible for someone with anxiety to take prescribed Xanax? 18:32 – Are lay people worthy to handle and distribute communion? Are we worthy to receive communion on the hand an…
 
Questions Covered:03:38 – Are the Jewish-Christian lead tablets forgeries? 06:38 – Can a trans-man marry a trans-woman in the Catholic faith? 11:27 – It seems like a lot of the popes in history have been mean and evil? How does the Church respond? Was Martin Luther correct in trying to go against those things? 18:28 – How does the Church respond to…
 
Questions Covered:03:45 – My priest tends to make jokes to families during Baptism, is this proper? 08:00 – Does the Spirit of Truth from John Chapter 16 apply to every believer or just the magisterium? 12:40 – Does a Catholic in a civil marriage who is married to a non-Catholic need to get an annulment? 17:45 – Did Jesus wash the feet of Judas on …
 
Questions Covered:09:30 – How do you respond to the argument that banning abortions will actually make them increase?15:00 – Is forcing someone to continue a pregnancy conceived in rape a continuation of the original crime?20:35 – When I change someone’s mind on abortion, how do I keep them from going back to being pro-choice?23:30 – What should we…
 
Dr. Claudia Bushman helped re-start a Mormon women’s publication called Exponent II. She will talk about how she did that as a busy graduate student, mother, and how Church leaders felt about the Equal Rights Amendment. Exponent II Claudia: He said, “Well, why don’t you start a newspaper?” This was not a completely new idea, […]…
 
Darren 'Doogie' Wolfson is back for another episode of The Scoop on this Mother's Day, jam-packed with conversations after some brief notes. Guests include Wolves VP Sachin Gupta (5:08), Vikings draft pick Jalen Nailor (32:30), Ben Carlson on leaving the Badgers for Utah (43:43), Martin Owusu on committing to the Gophers (56:17), and Arizona pro sc…
 
On this week's podcast, Brett interviews Gabe Roth from Fix the Court about judicial ethics and recusal reform for the Supreme Court. Gabe discusses the scope of Fix the Court's reform in light of current events, what is like to testify before Congress, and the future of any such reform at the legislative level. Nazim returns from captivity next we…
 
I’m excited to introduce a pair of amazing historians: Dr Richard Bushman, and his wife, Dr. Claudia Bushman. We’ll learn more about their backgrounds in Mormon history. Claudia is the incoming president of the Mormon History Association meetings coming up next month in Logan, Utah. She’ll give us a preview of the conference. Mormon History […]…
 
Questions Covered:09:48 – How do I explain to my Catholic friends that when we pray to Mary, we are not taking glory away from God? 15:35 – I’m not Catholic but I’m trying to find in the bible that you will be blessed more if you give more. Where can I find that? 20:45 – Would it be reasonable for the Church to assert a lawsuit for plagiarism again…
 
Questions Covered:12:42 – How effective are prayers if you are not in the state of grace? How effective are non-Catholic prayers?24:18 – If Christ’s death on the cross was enough, then why do we need purgatory?35:35 – I used to go to mass daily as a kid. Where do we go from here with the massive cultural change?46:05 – In John, Jesus says if you be…
 
In a special live panel discussion in partnership with the Crosscut Festival, this week’s Amicus tackles the post-leak landscape and potential post-Roe fallout from Justice Samuel Alito’s draft opinion in Dobbs. An all-star panel, featuring law professor and podcast host Melissa Murray, journalist and bestselling author Jessica Bruder, and Slate’s …
 
Questions Covered:07:00 – How do I live an orderly life and control one’s appetites?18:15 – Do people conceived through IVF and cloning have souls?24:37 – What’s the distinction between the Hellenist and a Hebrew as mentioned in Acts 6?35:24 – Could you explain Mary’s perpetual virginity and her assumption?44:25 – Is communal confession permitted?……
 
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