How can you avoid trespassing while playing Pokemon GO? Is "To Catch a Predator" entrapment? Can you use a spring gun in the fall? Lawyer Mike Meadows and his dude like brother-in-law Tommy Smirl tackle the pressing issues of the day in a legal podcast geared to educate and entertain lawyers and non-lawyers alike.
This continuing education podcast connects CASA volunteers with engaging and relevant training designed to help strengthen advocacy for children and families. Each short, dynamic episode features informative discussions with subject matter experts exploring topics connected to child welfare and practical tips for informed CASA advocacy.
Two guys - both bespectacled, both of varying but equally unremarkable heights and wingspans, both in no way authorities on the game of basketball - have come together to discuss their shared love, a team that has gone from the losing-est team in the NBA to, well, kind of ok, the Brooklyn Nets.
Hoover Institution fellows Richard Epstein and Adam White discuss major legal and policy issues and debate points of disagreement between their libertarian and conservative perspectives.
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Five-minute bites of background about the Court and Constitution — provides unbiased information and context for fully understanding the Supreme Court and ongoing disputes related to democracy and constitutional law. Learn to appreciate the complexity of constitutional questions, and make more informed decisions as voters and active citizens.
Hoover fellows Richard Epstein and Adam White discuss major legal and policy issues and debate points of disagreement between their libertarian and conservative perspectives.
This podcast is brought to you in partnership with the Canadian Bar Association. It will serve as your educational resource on trauma-informed lawyering. Through inspiring interviews and thoughtful commentary, Myrna will shine a light on a critical competency you did not get any instruction on in law school. Trauma-informed lawyering is a do-no-further-harm, relational approach to the practice of law which benefits you, your clients, your colleagues and the legal profession generally. Lawyer ...
What happens when a seasoned, award-winning investigative journalist and a well-known and very funny sports reporter get together to talk about news and politics? Dave Noriega and Debbie Dujanovic, also known as D2, join forces, mornings on KSL Newsradio.
The Thomas Jefferson Hour features conversations with Thomas Jefferson, the third President of the United States, as portrayed by the award-winning humanities scholar and author, Clay Jenkinson. The weekly discussion features Mr. Jefferson’s views on events of his time, contemporary issues facing America and answers to questions submitted by his many listeners. To ask President Jefferson a question, visit our website at jeffersonhour.com
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Highlights from the daily news programme with Sarah McInerney and Cormac O’Eadhra. Featuring all the latest stories, interviews and special reports. Listen live Monday to Friday at 4.30pm on RTÉ Radio 1.
The Law Is My Ass (apologies to Charles Dickens), AKA "Law My Ass," provides smart, humorous, commentary on current legal news and issues - from new Supreme Court decisions, to pending legislation, to the reach of the First Amendment -- presented by a unique and uniquely qualified combination of attorneys and humorists.
Sport Today is a weekday sports news podcast. Released at 7am each weekday, it's a quick listen that'll get you across the biggest stories in sport here in Australia and around the world. In under 8 minutes, it’ll cover the latest results, the administration, the machinations and some of those quirkier sports stories too. Take a listen and you'll be armed for any sports chat that comes your way. Sport Today is weekday sports news podcast designed to keep you on the ball.
The #KasFACTS Podcast Is A Hilarious Show Hosted By Author/Comedian Kasmo Huxtable. The Wild Show Features Artist, Models, Porn Stars, Bartenders, Exotic Dancers, And Professional Trash Talkers Speaking Candidly About Relationships, Sex, And Current Events
On this episode of Court Appointed, Rileigh and Tommy discuss the actual story behind the 1979 movie, "The Amityville Horror". While the haunting gets the press the family murder that predated it, was the real horror!! The Court is now in Session with music, "Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief" by MCRB.By Court Appointed
Angela Keddington, a nurse that has been a part of the Johnson and Johnson trial, calls the program to share her perspective on the risks associated with this vaccine. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Debbie Dujanovic and Dave Noriega
With news of the pause in administering J&J vaccines - the question is, what happens if you had a J&J appointment? KSL Newsradio producer Aimee Cobabe provides an update on vaccine facilities around the state And Aislynn Tolman Hill with the Utah County Health Department joins to discuss their plan. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
Helen Wade owns The Stockist, a clothing store in Salt Lake City that was threatened after a man refused to wear a mask. She calls the show to explain her frustrations and what more should be done. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Debbie Dujanovic and Dave Noriega
President Biden ran his presidential campaign, in part, on his ability to work in a bipartisan manner while not always receiving support from both sides. Boyd Matheson shares his opinion on this matter. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Debbie Dujanovic and Dave Noriega
Postcards that claim to buy your house "as-is" might or might not be a scam. KSL Newsradio producer Gustabo Rodriguez shares his experience with these postcards. And Britta Clark with the Better Business Bureau called to clarify if these postcards are real or just want to reel you in a scam. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
A former Minnesota police officer claims she mistakenly pulled her gun when reaching instead for her taser. Dave and Debbie review statements from a former Ogden Police Chief on protocols that are in place and what we do and do not know about the situation. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
Six years ago, lawmakers set out to reduce the number of prisoners in Utah jails. And, they did. But some now say that the decision has put your safety at risk. Dave and Debbie review what went wrong with the plan. For example, a sweeping audit shows that JRI has cut the prison population. In exchange, more criminals are on the streets and clogging…
THe J&J vaccine has been linked to blood clots in six women. That's out of the almost 7 million people who've received the vaccine. In this segment Dave and Debbie try to add some perspective to the pause in offering this vaccine with the help of KSL Newsradio Host Boyd Matheson. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
The J&J vaccine was put on pause today because it caused blood clots in six women. Rich Lakin The Utah Immunization Director with the Utah Department of Health calls in to give us the latest update on how this will affect appointments in Utah. Then we speak with Dr. Tamara Sheffield who'll explain more about why these blood clots are specific to wo…
Clay Jenkinson is joined this week by author Joseph Ellis for a lively discussion about popular American conspiracy theories and gun rights in America. In 1785, Thomas Jefferson wrote to his fifteen-year-old nephew, Peter Carr, about what he considered the best form of exercise, "I advise the gun. While this gives a moderate exercise to the body, i…
Sport Today is a weekday sports news podcast. We're here to keep you on the ball. Medvedev and Nadal practice hit. Tenpin Bowling 7-10 split. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
John Cooke reports that rapid antigen testing for Covid-19 will be rolled out in colleges and universities to allow students to safely return to campusBy RTÉ Radio 1
Dr Gerald Barry, Lecturer in Virology in UCD, gives his view on the value of antigen or lateral flow testing?By RTÉ Radio 1
Joe O'Brien, Minister of State; and Jennifer Carroll MacNeill, Fine Gael TD, discuss if it is time for a new tax on the wealthy, to show solidarity during the pandemicBy RTÉ Radio 1
Seymour Platt, Christine Keeler's son, tells us that, fifty-seven years after Christine Keeler's conviction for perjury, he is seeking a pardon for her from the Queen.By RTÉ Radio 1
Kenneth Mealy, Co-Lead of the National Clinical Programme for Surgery and Chair of the Board of the National Office of Clinical Audit, discusses surgical delaysBy RTÉ Radio 1
Naomi O'Leary, Europe Correspondent for the Irish Times, reports that Johnson & Johnson has said it will delay the roll-out of its Covid-19 vaccine in Europe after US authorities moved to suspend use of the shot due to health concerns.By RTÉ Radio 1
Sandra Hurley reports that the Deputy Chief Medical Officer Ronan Glynn has urged people to do all they can to keep Covid 19 under control for the next six to eight weeks, to minimise the introduction of variants.By RTÉ Radio 1
Reverend Tracey McRoberts, Rector of St Matthews, Shankill; and Fr Martin Magill, Parish Priest in St John's, Falls Road, discuss the situation in BelfastBy RTÉ Radio 1
Lisa Fallon, head coach with Galway United, discusses the announcement by League 2 club Forrest Green that they want to appoint a woman to be the men's team managerBy RTÉ Radio 1
Stefan De Keersmaecker, European Commission Spokesperson for Health; and Luke O'Neill, Professor at the School of Biochemistry and Immunology at Trinity College Dublin, discuss Johnson & Johnson's decision to delay the roll out of it's Covid -19 vaccine in EuropeBy RTÉ Radio 1
Aoife Gallagher, analyst with the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, tells us that from just 800 messages in 2019, the messaging app telegram witnessed a 7,400% increase in far right content last yearBy RTÉ Radio 1
We'll devote a segment of the show each day this week on the topic of affordable housing in Utah. Today we ask the question - is it time to sell your home? Real Estate Agent - Roger Barrus calls in. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Debbie Dujanovic and Dave Noriega
After word that the suspect in the shooting near the Salt Lake County Sherrif's office had recently left a treatment center run through The Odyssey House, a list of questions came to mind. Chief Operating Officer of The Odyssey Center Christina Zidow calls in to explain why people in treatment centers leave and how common it is here in Utah. See om…
President Biden signed an executive order to study a number of Supreme Court reforms, the biggest one being expanding the number of seats on the court. Otherwise known as “packing the court.” It’s a six-month commission and could also include a pitch for term limits on the Supreme Court. Right now, it's a lifetime appointment. KSL Newsradio Host Bo…
Representative Chris Stewart met with Interior Secretary Deb Haaland who spent the latter part of last week touring 2 controversial national monuments in Utah -- Bears Ears and Grand Staircase. The question: Will President Biden expand the area that President trump shrunk. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
Did the end game fizzle on lawmakers? We ask, because so many places still require masks including all Salt Lake County government buildings, the Salt Lake City International airport, UTA buses and trains, Vivint Arena, and lots of stores. Dave and Dujanovic ask the governor how he feels about the mandate today. And we'll check on vaccines - is the…
Representative Chris Stewart met with Interior Secretary Deb Haaland who spent the latter part of last week touring 2 controversial national monuments in Utah -- Bears Ears and Grand Staircase. The question: Will President Biden expand the area, that President trump shrunk. We'll speak first wit KSL Newsradio Host Boyd Matheson. See omnystudio.com/…
Sport Today is a weekday sports news podcast. We're here to keep you on the ball. Will Zalatoris and Happy Gilmore Caddy lookalike. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The statewide mask mandate ended this Saturday - and a fiasco of events have already unfolded. D2 dives into what went down. Did the lawmakers' “end game” fizzle, because so many places are still requiring masks? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Debbie Dujanovic and Dave Noriega
If you felt there were more patrol officers on the road this weekend - you weren’t wrong. As a part of the nationwide campaign with the U.S. Department of Transportations’ National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) “U Drive U Text U pay” UHP conducted stronger enforcement against distracted driving this weekend. We'll speak with Lt. Wad…
The rap sheet of the man police say shot two Salt Lake County deputy sheriffs in the face is so long, Debbie says she can’t believe he wasn’t behind bars. His last act of violence? Police say he tried to kill 2 law enforcement officers when they came across him outside the Salt Lake County jail Saturday. Could this have been avoided? We'll speak wi…
Last week, President Biden announced the creation of a bipartisan commission that would study reforming the Supreme Court, including expanding it. Former President Donald Trump’s appointment of three justices cemented the ideologically conservative 6-3 tilt. His outsized influence on the court wouldn’t have been possible without Senator Mitch McCon…
As vaccine distribution ramps up in the U.S.—and other high-income countries—many others have yet to receive a single vaccine. In Haiti, not a single dose of any COVID-19 vaccine has been made available for the country’s more than 11 million people. Jacqueline Charles, the Caribbean correspondent for the Miami Herald, joined The Takeaway to discuss…
The union drive at the Amazon fulfillment center in Bessemer, Alabama is over, at least for now. According to the ballot count, workers at the facility voted overwhelmingly not to form a union. The (NLRB) National Labor Relations Board had the final tally as 1798 against and 738 for unionizing but the results have yet to be certified. It’s a disapp…
It’s been almost exactly five years since the legendary musician Prince died in 2016 at just 57-years-old. Last week, Prince’s estate announced that “Welcome 2 America,” a previously unreleased album, will be coming out at the end of July. And for the most part, Prince fans have reacted enthusiastically to the news. But alongside the excitement tha…
Paul Reynolds, Crime Crime Correspondent, reports that the case of a Co Louth man who spent 14 months in prison for IRA membership before his conviction was overturned has been declared "a miscarriage of justice".By RTÉ Radio 1
Paul Moynagh, Professor of Immunology at NUI Maynooth; and Dr. Illona Duffy, GP in Monaghan, tell us that The National Immunisation Advisory Committee (NIAC) is expected to recommend that only people over 60 years of age should get the AstraZeneca vaccineBy RTÉ Radio 1
For many, a trip to the sea was their top priority as John Cooke found out speaking to those enjoying the beach in LahinchBy RTÉ Radio 1
Aisling Reid, PARC, road safety campaign group, tells us what the figures show about the rate of convictions for driving without a licenceBy RTÉ Radio 1
Henry Samuel, Paris Correspondent for the Telegraph, reports that the world's most expensive painting, by Leonardo da Vinci, turns out not to be by Da Vinci after all.By RTÉ Radio 1
Harriet Alexander, journalist, has been monitoring the trial of Derek ChauvinBy RTÉ Radio 1
John Mark McCafferty, Chief Executive of Threshold, tells us about the tenants who are most vulnerable as this moratorium lifts.By RTÉ Radio 1
Willie O'Dea, Fianna Fáil TD for Limerick, wants to bring chairman and editor-in-chief at Forbes Media, Steve Forbes and editorial staff to Limerick.By RTÉ Radio 1
5 years on from the influx of a million migrants to Germany, how well have they integrated? Freelance journalist, Thomas Rogers, tells us.By RTÉ Radio 1
Dermot Lacey, Labour Party Councillor, is calling for Fitzwilliam Square Park in Dublin 2 to be opened to the public for the first time.By RTÉ Radio 1
Della Kilroy reports from Dublin Airport, as travelers rush into Ireland before mandatory quarantine rules kick in.By RTÉ Radio 1
Mick Dawson, CEO of Leinster Rugby, tells us that Leinster Rugby has submitted plans to Government to use rapid antigen testing to allow the return of spectators to matches at the RDS Arena.By RTÉ Radio 1
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