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Welcome to the Boss Your Life Up (BYLU) Campaign Podcast, where we remind Millennials on their journey to self-integration that they are not alone. Here we acknowledge imperfections, celebrate growth, recognize the strength in vulnerability, and strive to be authentic. So, if you want to live your best life by flourishing intellectually, physically, financially, spiritually, and emotionally; then you are in the right place. Join in on the conversation with founders Daniel Nutakor and Nathan ...
 
The Lobby Shop gives listeners an opportunity to tune in to conversations between Washington insiders who are directly involved in the biggest political and policy issues of our day. Hosted by Josh Zive, Liam Donovan, and Paul Nathanson of Bracewell's Policy Resolution Group in Washington DC, this weekly podcast dives into the most recent news from Capitol Hill and beyond with input from foremost experts in their respective fields. Have a topic you'd like to hear discussed on the show? We'd ...
 
The Hiss-Chambers case gripped the nation in 1948 and still provokes controversy. Take a deep factual dive into the story of two brilliant, fascinating men, sensational Congressional hearings, spy documents hidden in a dumbwaiter shaft and a pumpkin, the trial of the century, and the launch of Richard Nixon’s career.
 
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Men of Change

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Men of Change

Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum

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This audio experience takes listeners on a thought-provoking journey through the triumphs, challenges, and achievements of some of our country’s most righteous Black men. Themes are made more personal by the voices and testimony of DC community members in the Deanwood neighborhood and Ron Brown High School students. Start at any one of 8 tour stops, but to follow our guided path, start at Ron Brown High School. Ron Brown High School students, teachers, and Deanwood community members featured ...
 
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Live From The Library Podcast

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Live From The Library Podcast

Live From The Library / Crystal Nicole Davis

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An audio show and love letter to Washington, D.C.'s literary culture, Live From The Library features conversations with D.C. area writers, literary curators, book store owners, book club leaders and more about the capital area's rich and diverse appreciation for reading and the authors who create the works we love most.
 
In The Pits Media covers the wild and wacky world of motorsports including but not limited to NASCAR, IndyCar, NHRA, Formula, SCCA, IMSA, World of Outlaws, Offshore Powerboat, AMA as well as local stock car racing at asphalt and dirt ovals, local drag racing and general motorsports of all kinds. The "Pit Crew" collectively attends and reports from over 200 motorsports events per year interviewing the "movers and shakers" of the industry. The content is personality based, gets the into the li ...
 
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Pic: Library of Congress Alger Hiss is going on trial for perjury. This Podcast is a survey, at 23,000 feet, of the possible arguments for The Prosecution and for The Hiss Defense. Of each side’s possible arguments, which are strong and which are weak? This may be of special interest to real trial lawyers, or to the inner Perry Mason who lurks with…
 
Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Dr Vered Stearns, Dr Wen Shen and patient advocate Kate Pisano about the Johns Hopkins Women's Wellness Program that helps guide women through their cancer treatment, recovery, and care continuum. For more information about the program, email womenswellness@jhmi.edu.By Bill Nelson
 
Picture: Library of Congress With this Podcast, we leave Washington and the political boxing ring and move to New York City and the courts. There’s still drama and tension, but no more pumpkin patches on dark and frigid nights, no more rescues of Congressmen from the high seas. The process is more deliberate and the consequences are greater. Starti…
 
Thousands of people traverse historic Lafayette Park every day to get a glimpse of the White House. The park, right in the heart of the President’s Neighborhood, has a long and storied history that is largely unknown to visitors of this historic space. In this episode of the 1600 Sessions podcast, Stewart McLaurin is joined by Hilary West and Royce…
 
Certainly, this Case was painful for Chambers — bringing him close to prison for perjury, ending the quiet and lucrative life he had enjoyed for years and costing him the only decent and decently paying job he had ever had. All the same, Chambers loved melodrama, and can you imagine any more satisfying melodrama than, on a dark and freezing night, …
 
In this Podcast, Chambers appears on Meet The Press and repeats his accusations. Hiss sues him for libel, after assembling a Dream Team of eminent lawyers to vindicate his reputation.(Chambers was superbly represented, too.)In a pre-trial interview called a deposition, Hiss’s lawyer William Marbury asks Chambers to produce any written documents he …
 
This week, Josh, Liam, and Paul recap key pieces of legislation currently under consideration and speculate on what could come next for the bipartisan infrastructure bill and controversial reconciliation package working their way through Congress. Tune in to find out what factors could affect the trajectory of these bills.…
 
The White House is a ceremonial stage upon which our nation welcomes our most important visitors, including foreign heads of state. These State Visits often begin with an arrival ceremony on the South Lawn of the White House, and the US Army Old Guard Fife & Drum Corps is a staple of those ceremonies. In this episode, Stewart McLaurin talks SGM J. …
 
This is the Podcast of the public hearing at which Chambers and Hiss sat a few feet apart and testified against each other for six hours. It was one of the big stories of 1948. A history of HUAC says it was the most dramatic and crowded event of the Committee’s public history. One newspaper blared that it was “C Day” — C for Confrontation. People w…
 
Republican members of the House un-American Activities Committee (HUAC). (Library of Congress) Sandwiched between the drama of the Commodore Hotel (last week’s Podcast) and the equally sensational televised confrontation of Hiss and Chambers (next week’s), this Podcast #12 is a backgrounder on the political climate of 1948, the setting which was sh…
 
Pic: Library of Congress In Podcast 11, Nixon and Stripling pull off another tactical masterstroke. They bring Hiss and Chambers together, to the surprise of both of them, in a hotel room in New York City. Despite the locale, it’s a formal hearing of Nixon’s HUAC Subcommittee and there is a transcript (not to mention half a dozen memoirs). Nixon as…
 
In Podcast 10, Nixon’s HUAC Subcommittee reacts skeptically to Hiss’s new George Crosley story. Hiss, like Captain Renault in Casablanca, is shocked, shocked that the Representatives would even think of taking the word of the Communist and traitor Chambers over that of a distinguished personage such as himself. Representative Hebert suggests that H…
 
Alger Hiss, like Chambers, gives secret testimony to Nixon’s HUAC Subcommittee. He is outraged that they are thinking of trusting Chambers, whom Hiss labels a Communist and a traitor (Hiss pre-channeling Senator McCarthy). When confronted with Chambers’ detailed knowledge of his domestic life 10-15 years ago, Hiss drops his claim that he never knew…
 
Campaigning for the US Senate, 1950. Pic - Library of Congress In this 8th podcast, we explore the thinking of Richard Nixon. Put yourself in his position. You’re 35, elected to the House in a Republican wave year from a district that is usually safely Democratic. Your plum Committee assignment was Education and Labor. But, on HUAC, this throbbing …
 
Members of the House Un-American Activities Committee visit the home of Chairman John Parnell Thomas; (l-r) Rep. Richard B. Vail, Rep. Thomas, Rep. John McDowell, Robert Stripling, chief counsel, and Rep. Richard M. Nixon] Picture: Library of Congress Were Whittaker Chambers and Alger Hiss good friends from 1934 through 1937? Chambers says ‘yes’ an…
 
On February 23, 1961, Jacqueline Kennedy launched the most historic and celebrated redesign of the White House in its history. In this episode, White House Historical Association President Stewart McLaurin interviews the authors of “Designing Camelot: The Kennedy White House Restoration and its Legacy,” James Archer Abbott and Elaine Rice Bachmann …
 
Richard M. Nixon, Library of Congress Alger Hiss calmly and patiently denies Whittaker Chambers’ two charges: that the two of them were in the Communist underground in 1934-37 and that they became close friends. The Commie-hunters on the House Un-American Activities Committee are swept away by his poise and simplicity and tell him what a wonderful …
 
Above, Elizabeth Bentley, who gave evidence at the first HUAC hearing. Pic: Library of Congress In 1948, Whittaker Chambers is Time Magazine’s Senior Editor. He is forced against his will to testify to the House Un-American Activities Committee about his past in the Communist underground. He names seven names, but the Committee zeroes in on one of …
 
Photo: Craig Whitehead on Unsplash The backdrop of this case is American Communism — infatuation with it and disillusionment with it. Communism predicted a violent upheaval that would produce a better life. In actual practice, it produced only drab, poverty-stricken dictatorships that killed and starved millions. Around 1935, the American Communist…
 
Whittaker Chambers tries to have a peaceful life, working a farm and becoming a high-paid and powerful editor at Time Magazine. But his past in the Soviet underground won’t go away. Stalin’s pact with Hitler impels him to inform the government about the underground. Worse, from time to time government investigators ask him for more and more informa…
 
The Lobby Shop is proud to introduce our new sistershow, the Bracewell Sidebar. This new podcast, hosted by Phil Bezanson and Matthew Nielsen, is a podcast devoted to developments related to government enforcement and investigations, with a particular focus on white-collar criminal defense. In this episode Phil and Matthew are joined by guest Josh …
 
Picture: Library of Congress Meet Whittaker Chambers: brilliant, melodramatic, painfully sincere, perpetually discontented and idealistic, and physically hard to forget; writer of controversial poems, plays, short stories, and communist journalism; and, as spymaster for Soviet Military Intelligence, traitor to the United States. Further Research Ep…
 
Dr Akila Viswanathan talks with Dr Curtiland Deville, the Medical Director of the Johns Hopkins Proton Therapy Center, and Dr Heng Li, the Chief Proton Physicist of the Johns Hopkins Proton Therapy Center, about the treatment options and research potential for proton therapy. Learn more at hopkinsproton.org.…
 
Listen to live radio broadcasts, Saturdays @ 9pm EST on Diesel.FM Global Radio. Past episodes available on Apple Music,Google Play, Deezer etc.Full episode tracklist available on Beatport Charts____________________Greek Boy Summer Episode 39made by BGCHouse of Palaiologos_____________________Podcast cover by Athens based photographer and audiovisua…
 
Meet Alger Hiss: Johns Hopkins, Harvard Law, Supreme Court clerk, left Wall Street to join a New Deal farming agency, counsel to a Senate Committee at age 30, aide to president Roosevelt at Yalta, Secretary General of the UN’s founding conference, President of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace . . . and the most highly placed traitor i…
 
This week, Josh is joined by PRG co-head and Madam Policy host Dee Martin for an interview with Seamus Hughes, Deputy Director of GWU's Program on Extremism. Last week, the Biden Administration released the first ever National Strategy for Countering Domestic Terrorism, and we're here to explore what that means, the argument for a federal penalty f…
 
Although visitors from around the world have the opportunity to visit the White House every year, few kids have the opportunity to have the experience of their parents working in the White House. Children of White House staff get a special look at the inner workings of the Executive Mansion and some even get to know the President and First Family o…
 
The Lobby Shop is proud to introduce our new sister show, Madam Policy. Madam Policy is a podcast by, about and for women shaping policy and creating history. Tune in to this trailer to meet show host Dee Martin, a life-long organizer and advocate, and an all-women powerhouse team of Dee’s co-hosts and colleagues in Bracewell LLP’s Washington, DC-b…
 
Dr Akila Viswanathan speaks with Dr Ramesh Rengan and Dr Jing Zeng, both from the Department of Radiation Oncology at the University of Washington Medicine, about treatment advances in non small-cell lung cancer for Seminars Radiation Oncology.By Akila Viswanathan
 
Season 5 Premiere // Episode 38 "Greetings from the Simulation" Full track-list available on Beatport DJ Charts. Happy to be back with a new episode and hopeful all have stayed well during this most unforgettable year.___________________________________*Podcast Photo by Athina Lekka, Check out her Behance @athinale for more projects and collaborati…
 
Nancy Reagan was an iconic First Lady who helped shape the legacy of one of the most consequential presidencies of the 20th century. She was known for the tremendous grace, intelligence, and style that she brought to her role as First Lady and as President Reagan’s most steadfast supporter and admirer. White House Historical Association President S…
 
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