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Content warning: This conversation mentions sexual abuse. January 22nd, marks the 49th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court case granting the right to an abortion "without excessive government restriction.” Year after year, Roe has weathered legal attacks, but this year, due to the conservative majority on the bench, the threat to Roe v. Wade is at an all-time high. A case heard by the Supreme Court on December 1st addressing a Mississippi abortion law posed a direct challenge to the precedent set by Roe. The decision will come out in June, but scholars who listened to the arguments are deeply concerned that this could be Roe's last anniversary. Back in 1973, Roe was an important step towards granting reproductive autonomy to people who could get pregnant. However, Roe itself, was never enough to address the long history of government surveillance over the bodies of the most marginalized. In her book, Policing the Womb: Invisible Women and the Criminalization of Motherhood, law scholar, Michele Goodwin, examines “the reproductive health and rights debate and explores how legislators increasingly turn to criminalizing women”, predominantly black women, for both proceeding with a pregnancy or for ending one. Today, Michele Goodwin, professor of law at the University of California, Irvine, the founding director of the U.C.I. Law Center for Biotechnology and Global Health Policy and its Reproductive Justice Initiative, and one of the ACLU's very own Executive Committee Members joins us to discuss the lived experience of reproductive control and Roe v. Wade's impact.
Florida could shield White people from ‘discomfort' of racist past in proposed bill. ACLU sues on behalf of inmates who were given ivermectin without permission. Gary Chambers smokes a blunt in his first campaign AD for Louisiana senate. An Aussie karen claims TikToker was making signs of Satan in selfies. A karen steals a man's phone, calls the cops and throws it away. Long awaited charges filed against PA police officers in killing of 8-year-old girl. Dan Crenshaw loses his temper with a teenage girl who ‘questioned his faith'. A family demands answers after Black man dies of supposed overdose in solitary confinement.Co-Host: Trae CrowderRead And View More HERE:Florida could shield whites from ‘discomfort' of racist pastACLU sues on behalf of inmates who say they were given Ivermectin to treat Covid-19 without consentLouisiana Senate candidate Gary Chambers smokes marijuana blunt in new ad campaignAUSSIE KAREN CLAIMS TIKTOKER WAS MAKING SIGNS OF SATAN IN SELFIES #Karen who appears to be medical staff stole a man's phone at a facility and won't give it back.Longawaited Charges Filed Against PA Police Officers In Killing Of 8-Year-Old GirlVideo Shows Rep. Dan Crenshaw Argue With Young Woman for Criticizing Him at PAC MeetingFamily Demands Answers After Black Man Reportedly Dies of Overdose While In Solitary Confinement In L.A. Jail, Lt. Claims It's ‘Nothing Out of the Ordinary' See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Michael offers a commentary on the calls to fire - and the calls to keep - University of Pennsylvania Law Professor Amy Wax after she made controversial racist comments. Are they protected as free speech for a tenured professor, or, should she be shown the door? Original air date 19 January 2022.
A new documentary features the work of former ACLU director Jeffery Robinson as he chronicles the history and enduring legacy of racism in America. Filmmakers Emily & Sarah Kunstler, and Jeffery Robinson, attorney and former deputy director of the ALCU, join to discuss their film, 'Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America.'
Host Ben Rice travels to Campus Brewing in West Sacramento to complete his 2021 recap/2022 preview episode with his Barley & Me Presents: Leonard Malting co-hosts Corky McDonnell (Dare Daniel Podcast) and Paulina Olivares (Pink Boots Society/Drake's). Alas, by the time you hear this, Campus will be no more, as the cards were stacked against it. And that's kinda the vibe here, as we all brought a beer that was at least one year old, starting strong with Corky's pick of Great Divide Barrel Aged Yeti, sliding back to reality with one of COVID's early victims, San Leandro's Cleophus Quealy's barrel aged farmhouse ale Dark Horse, then ruining the reality of love with Paulina's pick, a Pliny the Younger TIPA bottled on 2/14/2020. From the best of bestiality (jokes) to the secret joys of colonoscopies, this episode shines a light on the absurdity that has been our past two years, with a sarcastic and, sadly, dejected eye on 2022. Oh, and we have two secret additional beers you need to tune in to find out about, because we've learned at least one thing from this experience. So sit back, relax, and accept the absolute clusterfuck that is episode 159 of Barley & Me. Enjoy!Alas, by the time this airs, Campus Brewing will be no more, but find David Weiss and Peter Halldorf on social media to see what they're up to next.Corky McDonnell can be found on the Dare Daniel Podcast (@daredanielpod) or on his new furniture restoration project @lemonade_furniture)Paulina Olivares is a goddamn delight - find her IG @holapaulinaBarley & Me can be found across social media @barleyandmepod. Email questions/comments/concerns/guest ideas/brewery ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.comBarley & Me is also accepting stories about the change (or lack thereof) in the beer industry since @ratmagnet's story went viral over 6 months ago - submit anonymously at https://forms.gle/2QNebCn7NHHjsEbg6You can also support change in diversity, equality, and inclusion in the craft alcohol industry via www.bravenoisebeer.comAnd be sure to learn more about the Black Is Beautiful Initiative, as featured in Episode 129 with Marcus Baskerville of Weathered Souls Brewing, at www.blackisbeautiful.beerGet your merch or make donations at www.customink.com/fundraising/black-is-beautiful-initiativeAlso, during this crisis, 100% of profits from sales of Barley & Me shirts via Zen-Threads.com will go to Another Round, Another Rally, a charity that supports front- and back-of-house members of the service industry whose wages and benefits may be affected. So grab a shirt and help a good cause and people you love! https://zen-threads.com/collections/beer-wine/products/barley-and-me-podcast-mens-crew-tee?fbclid=IwAR1G_5HJ3NCoWTRgmG6Q2PVALEiJsb1KtHClCaDli0NhsjZsc4KPmWCp_osBen is also posting #Chugs4Charity videos semi-daily on Instagram (@barleyandmepod), to help raise funds for those affected by this shutdown. You can Venmo Ben ($comedianbenrice) or hit his PayPal (@barleyandmepod) and all money will go to support the NAACP, ACLU, Black Lives Matter, and other civil rights helpers. Charities will change with the times and as emergencies arise. But the point is: all donations will go to help those who need it.Intro Music: “Functional Alcoholism” by Be Brave Bold Robot (@bebraveboldrobot)Interstitial Music: "JamRoc" by Breez (@breeztheartist)Logo by Jessica DiMesio (@alchemistqueen)
Advocates are calling for more aid to address the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, where conditions in hospitals are deteriorating; The documentary "Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America" follows former ACLU deputy legal director Jeffery Robinson as he confronts the enduring legacy of anti-Blackness in the United States. Get Democracy Now! delivered right to your inbox. Sign up for the Daily Digest: democracynow.org/subscribe
Advocates are calling for more aid to address the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, where conditions in hospitals are deteriorating; The documentary "Who We Are: A Chronicle of Racism in America" follows former ACLU deputy legal director Jeffery Robinson as he confronts the enduring legacy of anti-Blackness in the United States. Get Democracy Now! delivered right to your inbox. Sign up for the Daily Digest: democracynow.org/subscribe
Today, we're checking in with LaTosha Brown, Co-founder of the Black Voters Matter Fund and the Black Voters Capacity Building Institute. We first spoke to LaTosha a year ago after her amazing work in expanding voting access in Georgia proved so successful. But that was then and this is now. Challenges abound this year, likely as a direct reaction to her work. The new restrictions making it harder to vote, the so-called election reforms, and redistricting will have a direct impact on the 2022 midterms. It's why we are so focused at the ACLU on expanding and protecting access to the ballot and stopping restrictions in their tracks. LaTosha Brown joins us to discuss.
Today on Boston Public Radio: We begin the show by asking listeners how they're faring as students, teachers and parents figure out back to school plans amid Omicron spread. Trenni Kusnierek talks about Antonio Brown walking off the field mid-game and getting fired from the Buccaneers, and a hockey fan saving an NHL staffer from cancer by spotting a mole from the stands. Kusnierek is a reporter and anchor for NBC Sports Boston, and a weekly Boston Public Radio contributor. Carol Rose discusses the ACLU's national and local priorities in 2022, including work on voting rights, police reform and facial recognition software. Rose is the Executive Director of the ACLU of Massachusetts. A.C. Thompson previews his documentary on the Jan. 6 insurrection, and weighs in on the state of far-right extremism in the U.S. Thompson is a senior reporter at ProPublica and a FRONTLINE correspondent. His documentary, “American Insurrection,” airs at 10 p.m. eastern on PBS and will be available to stream on Frontline's website, YouTube, and the PBS video app. Corby Kummer talks about the Biden Administration's push to aid small meat producers, Starbucks requiring all U.S. employees to get vaccinated and a pastry program in an Italian prison. Kummer is the executive director of the Food and Society policy program at the Aspen Institute, a senior editor at The Atlantic and a senior lecturer at the Tufts Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy. John King weighs in on the status of Build Back Better and the state of media and democracy in the U.S. King is CNN's Chief National Correspondent and anchor of "Inside Politics,” which airs weekdays and Sunday mornings at 8 a.m. We end the show by asking listeners what phrases they would like to get rid of in 2022.
Mark Fisher is an in-demand international speaker, consultant, and entrepreneur. His core expertise is helping business owners achieve financial success and personal freedom through community building, leadership development, and creating healthy organizational cultures. He's also excellent at playing with puppies. Mark and his “non-sexual life partner” Michael created Business for Unicorns in 2016 and have since worked with clients like Sony Music, Sylvan Learning, and the ACLU, as well as many of the leading fitness studios across the US and UK. In addition to their consulting and teaching through Business for Unicorns, Mark and Michael also co-founded Mark Fisher Fitness, one of the most successful gyms in the history of the fitness industry. MFF has two physical locations in Manhattan and was recognized as #312 on the 2015 Inc. 500 fastest growing companies in America, as well as one of Men's Health's "Top 20 Gyms in America." With a reputation as the fitness home of choice for the Broadway community, Mark and MFF have been featured in Forbes, the NY Times, the NY Post, the Huffington Post, and the Wall St. Journal, among others. MFF has made waves in the fitness industry for it's unprecedented growth, industry leading results, and unique approach to culture. Mark has a BFA from Syracuse University, is a former professional actor, and has spent several years serving on the Advisory Board for NY City Center's Off-Center. He is also a proud member of the Entrepreneur's Organization. Connect with us: www.futureoffitness.co
Megan and Michelle cheat on Prosecco and list their favorite things, including subscription boxes, tortilla blankets, Cameos, hug sweats, bookstores, and Michelle's margaritas (P.S. she owned a bar).Charitable Organizations:Alternatives for GirlsAmerican Civil Liberties UnionHaring Center for Inclusive EducationPlanned ParenthoodRytherWant to support Prosecco Theory?Check out our merch, available on teepublic.com!Follow/Subscribe wherever you listen!Rate, review, and tell your friends!Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook!****************Ever thought about starting your own podcast? From day one, Buzzsprout gave us all the tools we needed get Prosecco Theory off the ground. What are you waiting for? Follow this link to get started. Cheers!!
Patrick K. Lin has worked for a variety of public interest organizations, including the ACLU's Speech, Privacy & Technology Project, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and the Federal Trade Commission. Previously, he interned for federal judges in the Eastern District of New York and the Southern District of New York.While completing his law degree at Brooklyn Law School, he wrote an approachable and informative account of the intersection of technology, policy, and criminal justice in his book Machine See, Machine Do: How Technology Mirrors Bias in Our Criminal Justice System.To purchase his book, click here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09NL1XKV1To visit his website, click here: https://www.patrickklin.com/On This Episode, We Discuss...- How Technology Mirrors Bias in the Criminal Justice System- Technology's Influence on Law- AI's Impact on the Future of Policing and its Invasive Tactics - The Process of Writing "Machine See, Machine Do"
In this special Lounge car Edition of Trian Shuffling Eric and Johnny are joined by Len Kay to recap a recent play of 1848: Australia published by GMT Games. Links discussed in the show: The Exciting of Trains! Our 1880 Stream with Eric Brosius If you'd like to support the show visit patreon.com/trainshuffling Check out our Merchandise store (Benefits the ACLU): www.bonfire.com/store/trainshuffling/ Podcast Hotline: (410) 357-1898 - leave us a question and we may air it on a future episode! Reach out to us with questions, feedback and answers to listener questions via: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @TrainShuffling BGG Guild: https://boardgamegeek.com/guild/3710 Facebook: www.facebook.com/TrainShuffling/ --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/trainshuffling/message
#InsaneClownPosse #UnitedStatesofInsanity #Movie #Documentary #FBI #Gang #GangMember #Juggalo #JuggaloFamily #Exclusive #Review #KMBTheSexyNinja #CplusStudios #ThatJuggaloVlog #Cplus928 #fyp #viral This is that cold shizz!!! The United States of Insanity is now available on DVD and VOD Platforms! Watch The United States of Insanity here: https://lnk.to/UnitedStatesOfInsanityYT For theaters, dates, tickets DVDs and more, visit https://icpmovie.com “The World's Most Hated Band,” notorious rappers Insane Clown Posse, find themselves as unwitting warriors for the First Amendment after they and their one million die-hard fans (called Juggalos) are labeled a gang by the FBI. With the help of the ACLU, the band fights to uncover the reasons behind the designation and get removed from the gang list as their fans begin to lose their jobs, have their children put into protective custody, and face jail time — all because of their musical tastes. For more information visit: https://icpmovie.com Find us on socials! Website: https://strikebackstudios.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/strikebackst... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/strikebacks... Like and Subscribe Everything C+ Studios is Located Right Here: https://linktr.ee/Cplusstudios928 Full WKDSHT Song is Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dwEF9...
A Texas law banning trans student athletes from playing sports will take effect in a few weeks. According to the ACLU, Texas is one of 31 states that have attempted to pass legislation to stop trans youth from participating in gendered sports. Amna Nawaz gets more from research scientist Jonah DeChants. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
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For our 2021 holiday special, we are taking you through the holiday food traditions of ACLU staffers and their families. Food is often the glue holding families and cultural identity together. We wanted to celebrate that and share it with you. Listener note: you may find yourself unusually hungry during this episode. We recommend you have something tasty on hand. We are joined by ACLU staffers Blanca Gamez, our Deputy Organizing Director, Zara Haq, a Senior Campaign Strategist, and Rotimi Adeoye, one of our Communications Strategists.
2021 proved that the ACLU is as relevant as ever. The fights go on. In this episode, we hear from ACLU-PA Executive Director Reggie Shuford, who talks about the year that was and the year ahead in 2022. Reggie explains the issues we're prioritizing, the ongoing threats to democracy, and our commitment to living our values as an organization.
Jen Miller is the Executive Director at the League of Women Voters Ohio, and she and her colleagues are working alongside the ACLU of Ohio and the A. Philip Randolph Institute to fight gerrymandering in the state. They recently filed a lawsuit in the Ohio Supreme Court to fight against the state's new Congressional district map and prove the maps are extreme partisan gerrymandering. Executive Producer: Adell Coleman Producer: Brittany Temple Distributor: DCP Entertainment For additional content: makeitplain.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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On today's episode, Know Your Role(s) welcomes the charming and delightful actor and star of 2021's “Time Now” and the celebrated short “On the Way North” Sebastian Beacon to the pod! On tap in today's Bar Talk are reactions to Paul Thomas Anderson's “Licorice Pizza,” HBO's NBA Lakers miniseries “Winning Time,” and getting nostalgic with the “60 Songs That Explain the 90s” podcast. Sebastian and the guys chat about his journey across the proverbial pond, becoming an American citizen, international acting styles, and what makes British actors so brilliant at American accents. Then, the fellas go back in time and back to the field as they compare soccer players to period dramas from Megan Rapino's “Gentleman Jack,” to Harry Maguire's “Gladiator,” to Mia Hamm's “Amadeus.” In today's Last Call, George anticipates the season finale of “Succession,” while Dave celebrates his brother Matt's new bar The Marvel in Chicago! Producer Mary Bess praises New York City's new noncitizen voter legislation while condemning the Supreme Court's inaction around Texas abortion rights. Resources: Watch “On the Way North” at filmshortage.com. See “Licorice Pizza” in theaters now. “Succession” is available to stream now on HBO Max, while “Winning Time” premiers March 2022. Find “60 Songs That Explain the 90s” wherever you stream your podcasts. See Sebastian in “Time Now” streaming on Amazon. Learn more about The Marvel at themarvelchicago.com. Follow the fight for voting rights in NYC with Soft Power Vote, Vote Save America, and other organizations. Support abortion rights in Texas with groups like ACLU of TX and Planned Parenthood of TX, and by calling your local representatives. Guest: Sebastian Beacon, sebastianbeacon.net / IG & TW: @sebastianbeacon. Hosted By: George Gordon & David Kleinman. Produced By: Mary Bess Pritchett. Music: Alnitak Kid, Nate 88, & Cazeaux OSLO. Artwork: Amanda Xeller. IG & TW: @kyrpod.
(12/16/21) When attorney Chris Hansen discovered that women were being charged exorbitant fees to test for hereditary breast and ovarian cancers, tests they desperately needed—all because Myriad Genetics had patented BRCA genes, he sued them. In his new book The Genome Defense: Inside the Epic Legal Battle to Determine Who Owns Your DNA, attorney and human genetics expert Jorge L. Contreras tells the tale of how Hansen and his team of ACLU lawyers took their case all the way to the Supreme Court. Find out who owns the right to our own genetic code in this installment of Leonard Lopate at Large on WBAI.
Howie this hour talks about how the ACLU just fights for illegals rights nowadays and the latest from the Senate airline hearings where the CEOs say there's no need for the mask.
In this episode, we are on the ground after the oral arguments in one of the most important Supreme Court cases of a generation. On December 1, the Supreme Court held oral arguments in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization—a case that some believe could overturn Roe v. Wade. The case involves a Mississippi abortion provision, banning most abortions after 15 weeks, with no exceptions for rape or incest. So, what's at stake in Dobbs—both in terms of abortion rights, and in terms of the Supreme Court's legitimacy? Joining me to address these issues and more are a group of special guests: Hillary Schneller: Hillary Schneller is a senior staff attorney at the Center for Reproductive Rights, and is co-lead counsel (along with Julie Rikelman) in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, which the Supreme Court heard earlier this month. Brigitte Amiri: Brigitte Amiri is deputy director of the ACLU's Reproductive Freedom Project and expert in reproductive rights law. Aziza Ahmed: Aziza Ahmed is a professor of law at the University of California, Irvine. She is also the author of the forthcoming book Feminism's Medicine: Law, Science, and Social Movements in the AIDS Response, to be published by Cambridge University Press. Renee Bracey Sherman: Renee Bracey Sherman is an activist, writer and reproductive justice activist, focusing on the visibility and representation of people who have abortions in media and pop culture. She is the founder and executive director of We Testify, an organization dedicated to the leadership and representation of people who have abortions. Shannon Brewer: Shannon Brewer is the clinic director at Jackson Women's Health Organization, the last remaining abortion clinic in Mississippi. She has worked at the clinic for 20 years. Special thanks to the contributing journalist Anoa Changa for interview work on this episode. Support the show (http://msmagazine.com)
On the podcast, we've chronicled some of the year's biggest stories: the insurrection, the rescinding of the Muslim ban, devastating police brutality, state after state attacks on the rights of trans kids, the abusive system of conservatorships, and the rollback of abortion access, just to name a few. Today we're going to follow up with guests on some of this year's most popular episodes to see what progress there's been since we last spoke, and where there is still work to be done. Zoe Brennan-Krohn of the ACLU's Disability Rights Program, Haya Bitar of the podcast team, and Somil Trivedi of the ACLU's Criminal Law Reform Project join us.
Today on Bob Enyart Live, J.K. Rowling under pressure for her “transphobic” remarks, we'll talk about that. Feminist Emma Watson chimes in, and we try to help answer her question, “why do so many people hate feminism?” This will be the start of our broadcast series, “Destroying Feminism.” Today's Resource: The ACLU Debate Bob squares off against the Executive Director of the Colorado ACLU, Jim Joy in a televised debate on a Denver PBS station. Watch as joyless Jim hesitantly admits to the ACLU's support for the sale of child pornography. And which of the two opponents do you suppose will better know (or admit) the ACLU's own role regarding Jack "The Dripper" Kevorkian and his killing of sick people? Ultimately, the two men debate who is most qualified to govern, pagans, or biblical Christians. Another must see video!
This week, our Yahoo News colleague Jana Winter discovered the existence of a secret investigations unit inside the Department of Homeland Security. It was snooping into the private lives of journalists as well as congressional staff members and others. They were pulling phone records, travel records, personal contacts, and much else. All of this under the guise of cultivating them to help with the legitimate government investigation into, of all things, cobalt mining in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. This secret unit launched an initiative called Operation Whistle Pig that targeted journalists. Informally, it called itself W.O.L.F. - way out there in left field. Winter joins us to discuss as well as an ACLU lawyer, Hugh Handeyside, about why this is so alarming.GUESTS:Jana Winter (@janawinter), Investigative Correspondent @YahooNewsHugh Handeyside (@hhandeyside), Senior Staff Attorney, @ACLU National Security ProjectHOSTS:Michael Isikoff (@Isikoff), Chief Investigative Correspondent, Yahoo NewsDaniel Klaidman (@dklaidman), Editor in Chief, Yahoo NewsVictoria Bassetti (@VBass), fellow, Brennan Center for Justice (contributing co-host) RESOURCES:Jana Winter's Operation Whistle Pig story - Here.Rep. Bennie Thompson, House Homeland Security Chair's reaction to story - Here. Follow us on Twitter: @SkullduggeryPodListen and subscribe to "Skullduggery" on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts.Email us with feedback, questions or tips: SkullduggeryPod@yahoo.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The 2021 National Lawyers Convention took place November 11-13, 2021 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. The topic of the conference was "Public and Private Power: Preserving Freedom or Preventing Harm?". This panel asked "Is Anyone Still Committed to Free Speech?".The Supreme Court in 1964 spoke of "a profound national commitment to the principle that debate on public issues should be uninhibited, robust, and wide-open." That commitment has seemingly waned of late. Conservatives bemoan a new institutional "cancel culture" that chills heterodox views, with many now questioning limits on government’s ability to regulate the speech and associations of private parties like social-media platforms, corporations, and employers. Meanwhile, progressives complain that speech rights are, as one ACLU attorney put it, "more often a tool of the powerful than the oppressed" and should be subordinated to other values like equity, safety from harmful speech, and "anti-racism." Has something truly changed in recent years, and, if so, does it matter? Is the traditional view of free speech—freedom from government regulation—worth defending?Featuring:Mr. Mike Davis, President and Founder, Internet Accountability Project; Former Chief Counsel for Nominations to Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley; Founder, The Article III ProjectProf. Stanley Fish, Professor of Law, Florida International University College of Law; Floersheimer Distinguished Visiting Professor of Law, Cardozo LawProf. Joel Gora, Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law SchoolMs. Nicole Neily, President and Founder, Parents Defending EducationModerator: Hon. David R. Stras, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eight Circuit
The 2021 National Lawyers Convention took place November 11-13, 2021 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC. The topic of the conference was "Public and Private Power: Preserving Freedom or Preventing Harm?". This panel discussed "Federal Consent Decrees: Good Governance, an Expansion of Federal Power, or Both?"In a 1987 article entitled Why Hold Elections?, Professor Michael McConnell noted a trend that had been emerging since the 1970s: the use of consent decrees to settle federal lawsuits against state and local governments. These decrees are entered as judgements enforceable by contempt, but without full litigation. Nonetheless, these decrees often contain hundreds of requirements that dictate the policies, budgets, and personnel of local government agencies for years or even decades. Professor McConnell thus warned: "To the extent that consent decrees insulate today's policy decisions from review and modification by tomorrow's political processes, they violate the democratic structure of government. They should be repudiated before they become a common part of the legal landscape." In 2018, then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a memo noting that consent decrees "raise sensitive federalism concerns" and announcing a new set of policies governing (and limiting) DOJ’s use of consent decrees. In April 2021, Attorney General Garland repudiated the Sessions memo, stating that the "Department will return to the traditional process that allows the heads of litigating components to approve most settlement agreements, consent decrees, and the use of monitors in cases involving state and local governmental entities."This panel will explore the important topic of federal court consent decrees to settle claims against state and local governments. Panelists will explore the history of such decrees and the arguments for and against their use. Panelists will also discuss the dueling approaches to DOJ’s use of such decrees, as outlined in the Sessions and Garland memos.Featuring:Mr. Andrew McCarthy, Senior Fellow, National Review Institute; Contributing Editor, National ReviewMr. Jesse Panuccio, Partner, Boies Schiller Flexner LLP; Former Acting Associate Attorney General, U.S. Department of JusticeProf. Robert Percival, Robert F. Stanton Professor of Law; Director of the Environmental Law Program, University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of LawMr. Benjamin S. Wolf, Former Legal Director and Institutional Reform Project Director, ACLU of IllinoisModerator: Hon. Elizabeth “Lisa” Branch, U.S. Court of Appeals, Eleventh Circuit
Today on the Zeoli Show, Rich discussed the breaking news over the weekend involving the Pennsylvania Supreme Court throwing out the statewide mask mandate in schools. A major win for parents to have a voice again in their child's school district. Meanwhile, Philadelphia was expected to and did, announce a vaccine mandate for anyone entering a store or restaurant within the city. Photo by; Getty 6:00-NEWS 6:05-Pennsylvania Supreme Court slaps down statewide school mask mandate 6:20-NJ house has over 300,000 light displays for Christmas 6:25-Where did Jim Carrey go? 6:40-Dr. Oz's fight with the Philadelphia Inquirer over his title of doctor. 7:00-NEWS 7:05-Republican New Jersey lawmakers go to court over the mandate in statehouse requiring proof of vaccination 7:15-Ethics on tipping during Christmas season 7:25-Tipping by generations 7:35-New Jersey allows non-citizens to vote in future elections 7:40-ACLU will urge the Biden Administration to cancel student loan debt What's on the Cut Sheet 7:45-President Joe Biden appears on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon 7:58-Dr. Fauci's advice for family/friend gatherings this Christmas 8:05-The problem of seeing movies at home exclusively 8:20-NEWS 8:35-Princeton invites speaker Abigail Shrier causes controversy and "concern" from students after transgender rights 9:00-NEWS 9:05-Dawn still doesn't have her Christmas tree up yet 9:15-Colordao Governor declares COVID-19 emergency over 9:25-Philadelphia expected to announce a vaccine mandate to enter stores and restaurants 9:40-Philadelphia community members are coming together to stop historic murder and crime rates 9:50-Chris Wallace announces he's leaving Fox News 9:55-Final Thoughts See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Zeoli Show Hour 2: In the 2nd hour of the Zeoli Show, Rich discussed New Jersey allowing non-citizens to vote in future elections. The ACLU is expected to push the Biden Administration to cancel up to $50,000 in student loan debts and in the first part of "What's on the Cut Sheet, President Biden appears on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon and Dr. Fauci has some holiday gathering advice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Michael Vargas is an international facilitator with nearly 10 years of experience. Utilizing his Master in Clinical Psychology, improv and design thinking background Michael facilitates workshops and speaks to organizations on developing collaborative and productive team cultures. Supporting teams to develop psychological safety, building trust, and effective communication. He has worked with a variety of organizations like Dropbox, Salesforce, Kaiser Permanente, ACLU, Evergreen Middle School, the County of San Diego and many more. How a history of improv, substance abuse hospitals, and College got him to where he is. Psychological safety is when we can challenge each other without divisiveness. Toxic positivity Internal resilience. Find others who feel the same way. How to lead to more productivity. How to not get caught in the gripe session. Yes, And How to be a transformative principal? Be vulnerable recognizing how the space is not safe. Ask for their thoughts in a way that feels safe. Sponsors John Catt Today's Transformative Principal sponsor, John Catt Educational, amplifies world-class voices on timeless topics, with a list of authors recognized globally for their fresh perspectives and proven strategies to drive success in modern schools and classrooms. John Catt's mission is to support high-quality teaching and learning by ensuring every educator has access to professional development materials that are research-based, practical, and focused on the key topics proven essential in today's and tomorrow's schools. Learn more about professional development publications that are easy to implement for your entire faculty, and are both quickly digestible and rigorous, by visiting https://us.johncattbookshop.com/. Learn more about some of the newest titles: - The Coach's Guide to Teaching by Doug Lemov The Feedback Pendulum: A manifesto for enhancing feedback in education by Michael Chiles Putting Staff First: A blueprint for revitalising our schools by John Tomsett and Jonny Uttley 10 Things Schools Get Wrong (And How We Can Get Them Right) by Jared Cooney Horvath and David Bott Let's Talk About Flex: Flipping the flexible working narrative for education by Emma Turner A Parent's Guide to Powerful Teaching by Patrice Bain John Catt is also proud publisher of the new book from Transformative Principal host Jethro Jones: SchoolX: How principals can design a transformative school experience for students, teachers, parents – and themselves Visit this page to learn more about bulk orders and how to bring John Catt's research-based materials to your school: https://us.johncattbookshop.com/pages/agents-and-distributors
George Takata of KMJ's morning news joins the show with his take on recent changes in Fresno State Football and the impact of the inaugural WWE NIL agreement. The Tulare County Sheriff and jail caught the attention of the ACLU of Northern California on behalf of 3 female inmates that claim they were not offered adequate pregnancy care promised by AB 732, passed in 2020. Listeners comment. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
As we near the end of the year, we are bringing you an episode of reflection. A lot has happened in the world, in our country, and in our work at the ACLU. We all felt the high stakes of last week's oral arguments at the Supreme Court on abortion. And while that has left us with concern, there is still so much to celebrate this year from our work across the organization. We've made meaningful strides fighting for better COVID policy, criminal legal reform, immigration reform, free speech, disability rights, and voting rights. So today we are regrouping with the ACLU's National Legal Director, David Cole, to talk through where we can find hope this year and also where we can continue to press forward.
Welcome to Diversity & Inclusion: Revolution or Reform? On today's episode, we are joined by the legendary Amber Hikes. Our conversation today with Amber is centered around her vast experience and how it has helped her in her role as Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer at the American Civil Liberties Union as she navigates free speech, inclusion, and Restorative Justice. We are truly honored and want to extend a special thank you to Amber for her time, wisdom, and work in the DEI space.Guest BioAmber Hikes is a social justice advocate, community organizer, and unapologetic queer black woman. She currently serves as the ACLU's first Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer, but has roots in community organizing and activism, social work, and youth development. You may also know Amber as the person responsible for the black and brown stripes being added to the rainbow LGBTQ flag. No matter what space Amber finds herself in, she is always pushing for equity and justice for all.Connect with AmberLinkedIn: Amber HikesInstagram: @amber_hikesTwitter: @amberhikeswww.aclu.comLearn more about our work:Email: email@example.comConnie's Instagram: @and.now.collectiveConnie's Work: and-now-collective.comDavid's Instagram: @amplify.rjDavid's Work: amplifyrj.comListen and follow the podcast on all major platforms:Apple PodcastsSpotifyStitcherClick here to access the transcript of today's episode.
Baratunde knows what is healthy to eat or not, thanks to the required nutrition labels on our food. But how do we know the ingredients in the algorithms and AI we depend on are safe to use? Baratunde speaks with Kasia Chmielinksi about the Data Nutrition Project, which helps data scientists, developers, and product managers assess the viability, health, and quality of the data that feeds their algorithms and influences our decisions daily. Guest: Kasia Chmielinski Bio: Co-Founder of the Data Nutrition Project, an affiliate at Harvard's Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society, senior research advisor at the Partnership on AI Online: The Data Nutrition Project website; Kasia on Twitter @kaschm Show Notes + Links Go to howtocitizen.com to sign up for show news, AND (coming soon!) to start your How to Citizen Practice. Please show your support for the show in the form of a review and rating. It makes a huge difference with the algorithmic overlords! We are grateful to Kasia Chmielinski for joining us! Follow them at @kaschm on Twitter, or find more of their work at datanutrition.org. ACTIONS - PERSONALLY REFLECT Like people, machines are shaped by the context in which they were created. So if we think of machines and algorithmic systems as children who are learning from us - their parents - what kind of parents do we want to be? How do we want to raise our machines to be considerate, fair, and to build a better world than the one we are in today? - BECOME INFORMED Watch: Coded Bias Listen: Radical AI Podcast Read: Race after Technology, Weapons of Math Destruction, Data Feminism Make Choices: *privacy not included (consumer guide for buying technologies) - PUBLICLY PARTICIPATE Donate to these groups on the front lines ensuring the future of AI is human and just: Algorithmic Justice League, ACLU, Electronic Frontier Foundation Discuss: Host a book club! The books above are really great platforms to gather folks who want to learn from the literature and each other. Attend a lecture or event: Data & Society, AI Now Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Ronald fell in love with television as a child, but as a queer, black boy from a Latinx household, representation was deeply lacking. In this episode, we focus on "colorism," or discrimination that occurs based on skin color, and how misrepresentations of people of color in the media often have real-life consequences. Featuring Ronald Hinton, actor, writer, and founder of Shared Soil Productions, ReNika Moore, Racial Justice Program Director at the ACLU, and Dr. Mia White, professor of Environmental Studies at The New School. -- This episode is made possible with the support of Vodafone Americas Foundation. To learn more about their programs and how you can support their network of partners, visit vodafone-us.com -- Finding Humanity is a production of Humanity Lab Foundation and Hueman Group Media. Subscribe, rate and leave us a review. For more information, visit findinghumanitypodcast.com. Follow us on Twitter @find_humanity and Facebook.
Jared Deck is an award-winning musician, business owner, and work-at-home dad. While earning a BA in Music Performance at Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Jared worked at a factory to pay the bills and pursue his passion for music. He went on to own a retail cell phone dealership and was a partner in an independent insurance agency. In 2016, Jared won the Woody Guthrie Songwriting Contest and was named to Rolling Stone's Top 10 New Artists You Need To Know. Today, Jared is a professional musician and an active member of our community. He is a member of Local American Federation of Musicians and currently serves on the boards for several local organizations, including Variety Care, Moore Norman Technology Center, ACLU of Oklahoma, and SWOSU Alumni Association. He is also a member of the Sooner Rotary Satellite Club. Malachi, age 12, has been building and making things since he was young. At age 4, he took the training wheels off a bike, grabbed a board and tried to make a skateboard with them. He started Malachi's Workshop when he was 8. He learned about the Children's Business Fair in Oklahoma City and came up with the idea to make and sell birdhouses and it has grown from there. He enjoys running, playing his violin, basketball and has dairy goats. He dreams of owning his own ranch someday. He wants to be a carpenter (he already is!) and plans to study mechanical engineering in college.
This week Jessica and Kerley from Flying Raccoon Suit join us. Jesssica tells us how she got into ska music and how she joined the band. They also tell us how they came to be on two awesome ska compilations. We have a short discussion about whether or not time is real. Jessica and Kerley also give us hints as to what 2022 hold for the band. Lastly, we give you ska news and our ska picks of the week. On The Upbeat Social Media: www.Instagram.com/ontheupbeatska www.facebook.com/ontheupbeatska www.twitter.com/ontheupbeatska On The Upbeat Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/ontheupbeatska On The Upbeat Merch: https://on-the-upbeat.creator-spring.com/ Flying Raccoon Suit: https://flyingraccoonsuit.bandcamp.com/music •ska News -Bad Time Records Recently Bad Time Records released THE SHAPE OF SKA PUNK TO COME: VOLUME II; a collection of new tracks from 20 bands on a double LP. 100% of profits are donated to the ACLU and Oakland Punks with Lunch. Featuring Tape Girl, Jeff Rosenstock, Abraskadabra, We are The Union, Omnigone, Jer, Kill Lincoln, Millington, Mike Park, Dangit, Louser, and our guest this week Flying Raccoon Suit. https://badtimerecords.bandcamp.com/album/the-shape-of-ska-punk-to-come-volume-ii -Arose Such a Clatter On Friday December 3 On The Upbeat in connection with The Backyard Superheroes dropped Arose Such a Clatter 2021: a Holiday Compilation. You can find this compilation on the bandcamp page of On The Upbeat. All the proceeds will go to Toys for Tots. It features songs from Backyard Superheroes, Suburban Legends, Amy Gabba and the Almost Famous, Half Past Two, Millington, Jokers Republic, Andy B and The World and more. https://ontheupbeat.bandcamp.com/album/on-the-upbeat-presents-arose-such-a-clatter-2021 -The Georgetown Orbits On December 4 The Georgetown Orbits released a 4 song EP called Better off Dead. You can find the ep on bandcamp and music streaming sites. https://thegeorgetownorbits.bandcamp.com/album/better-off-dead-ep Spotify playlist Ska Favorites: https://open.spotify.com/playlist/2DikTsRPk4dspXejk9bFko?si=vaPlX9V7QVW9JsTRSUdqCg Ska News Theme by Dang!t: https://dangitband.bandcamp.com/music Main Theme by Millington: https://millingtonband.bandcamp.com/music You can buy the main theme song: https://ontheupbeat.bandcamp.com/release
Today on Boston Public Radio: We begin the show by asking listeners whether Boston should implement indoor vaccine mandates like those in New York City. Trenni Kusnierek discusses what the U.S. diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Olympics means for the winter games and the Patriots' win last night. Kusnierek is an anchor and reporter for NBC Sports Boston, as well as a Boston Public Radio contributor. Tito Jackson previews his latest venture, a seven story complex housing marijuana food, drink and more. Jackson is a former city councilor, one-time mayoral candidate, and now marijuana entrepreneur. His business Apex Noire is expected to open in Boston early next year. Dr. Michael Mina updates listeners on the state of COVID-19 testing, including the reliability of at-home testing and why the U.S. should distribute more. Michael Mina is the Chief Science Officer at e-Med, a company that provides a plethora of at-home diagnostic testing. He most recently was an assistant professor of epidemiology at Harvard's T. H. Chan School of Public Health. Carol Rose weighs in on recent Supreme Court hearings, including last week's debate on abortion and an upcoming case on free speech involving flag poles at City Hall. She also talks about the city's public health approach to homelessness at Mass. and Cass. Rose is the Executive Director of the ACLU of Massachusetts. John King goes over the latest political headlines, including the status of West Virginian Democratic Senator Joe Manchin's support for the Build Back Better Bill, and former President Donald Trump's role in Republican political endorsements. King is CNN's chief national correspondent and anchor of “Inside Politics,” which airs weekdays at noon and Sundays at 8 a.m. We end the show by asking listeners their thoughts on the rise of crocs and the rise of other comfortable fashion choices during the work from home era.
On this episode of SPS, Sophia and Pamela sit down with Spencer L., founding member of Platypus and historian of imperialism, to discuss the Rittenhouse trial and the “Left's” response. They clear up the confusion around the Second Amendment among todays leftists, address the anti-racism of progressive liberals, and take up responses by Daniel Lazare (Weekly Worker) and the Bolshevik Tendency. In the second part of the episode, Andreas W. and Platypus Melbourne member, Ryan M., interview Sue Bolton (Socialist Alliance) on the protests against the Australian vaccine mandate, including the September attack on the Construction, Forestry, Mining and Energy Union (CFMEU) offices. Union leadership was under attack by union members for their complicity with state measures, which prevented a return to work without vaccination. Andreas and Ryan ask, how should the left respond? Are these protests simply cannon fodder for the right? How should socialists understand this discontent in civil society? SEGMENT I Links >The “Left” on Rittenhouse Daniel Lazare, “Rittenhouse and White Backlash” in the Weekly Worker, issue 1373 (25 November 2021) https://weeklyworker.co.uk/worker/1373/rittenhouse-and-white-backlash/ “...The idea that good guys need guns to defend themselves against bad guys is asinine, since it is often far from clear in a shootout which is which. It is a determination that cannot be made individually on the spur of the moment, but can only be made deliberately and collectively, which is why democracy requires judges, courts and other such apparatus.” Milwaukee DSA Statement on Rittenhouse Verdict, (22 November 2021) https://milwaukee.dsawi.org/milwaukee-dsa-statement-on-rittenhouse-verdict/ “It is no coincidence that Rittenhouse wants to be a police officer when he grows up. The US injustice system was developed to enshrine white supremacy at the expense of those who work to undo it. As those in power continue to build upon the fascist foundations of our nation, it becomes ever-clearer that abolition of police and the carceral state at large is the only path forward.” Bolshevik Tendency, “Killer Rittenhouse Goes Free—Fascists Celebrate” https://bolsheviktendency.org/2021/11/27/killer-rittenhouse-goes-free-fascists-celebrate/ “Decent people do not recognize the “right” of fascists and their various ultra-rightist friends and associates to mobilize—nor do we recognize their right to “defend” themselves against attempts to disarm them, which is what Rittenhouse's victims were seeking to do. While the latter's tactics were obviously seriously deficient, their intent was commendable.” >Education on Liberalism & Constitutional Rights Ira Glasser, Free Speech and the ACLU, an interview by Glenn Greenwald https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EGI4fc_VB7c Platypus Public Fora Series: The Second Amendment and the Left Platypus Review 110 (October 2018): https://platypus1917.org/2018/10/01/the-second-amendment-and-the-left/ June 9, 2018, University of Houston: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WaaAqAm6oAw SEGMENT II Links Sue Bolton's article in Green Left, Socialist Alliance's publication: https://www.greenleft.org.au/content/behind-attack-cfmeu-office The other Green Left article Andreas quotes, by Dave Kellaway: https://www.greenleft.org.au/content/italy-fascists-attack-biggest-trade-union-confederation Socialist Alliance's website: https://socialist-alliance.org/ Hosted by Sophia F., Pamela N. and Andreas W., with original tracks by Tamas Vilaghy, and editing assistance by Michael Woodson and Tamas Vilaghy. To learn more about Platypus, go to https://platypus1917.org/.
After a brief discussion of Katie’s new hobby, Jesse tells Katie the truth about the Jacob Blake shooting. Then the cohosts critique the very specific (and very narrow) brand of “moral clarity” employed by the journalists who continue to bungle the story to this day. If you’re a paying subscriber, you can comment on this article here. (Correction: Remarkably, Jesse made a fleeting reference to “the Blake killing” at 1:08:49 in the version of this episode we released early to our premium subscribers. That’s now been snipped out. Thank you to the listener who flagged the error.)Show notes/Links:Video of the shooting: The Kenosha DA’s report: https://www.kenoshacounty.org/DocumentCenter/View/11827/Report-on-the-Officer-Involved-Shooting-of-Jacob-BlakeThe Noble Wray report: https://www.kenoshacounty.org/DocumentCenter/View/11830/Use-of-Force-Expert-Noble-Wray-Independent-Evaluation-and-ReportFeds say no charges: https://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/federal-officials-close-review-officer-involved-shooting-jacob-blakeFreeze-frame of key moment from video:ACLU: https://www.aclu.org/press-releases/aclu-issues-statement-following-charging-decision-kenosha-district-attorney-shootingInfo on Prof. Keith Taylor: https://www.jjay.cuny.edu/faculty/keith-taylorOriginal “moral clarity” column: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/06/23/opinion/objectivity-black-journalists-coronavirus.html“Shot in front of his kids”: https://www.google.com/search?q=%22jacob+blake%22+%22in+front+of+his+kids%22&sxsrf=AOaemvJsyGnLfxa4a4AsUBwJCQ4Q_OLLCw:1638560306185&source=lnms&tbm=nws&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwjKt_jnsMj0AhUIlIkEHV5wAvUQ_AUoA3oECAEQBQ&biw=1707&bih=837&dpr=1.13Times on decision not to charge: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/05/us/jacob-blake-kenosha-rusten-sheskey.htmlWashington Post on same: https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2021/01/05/kenosha-police-charges-jacob-blake/AP: https://apnews.com/article/kyle-rittenhouse-pleads-not-guilty-cf6228f55a4f2a5fdd66978e5523a912CNN: https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/05/us/jacob-blake-police-shooting-kenosha-emergency/index.htmlStudy showing liberals severely overestimate how common police shootings of unarmed black men are: https://www.skeptic.com/research-center/reports/Research-Report-CUPES-007.pdfSearches showing how little media love Noble Wray got:NYT: https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Ahttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.nytimes.com+%22noble+wray%22+blake&rlz=1C1UEAD_enUS953US953&oq=site%3Ahttps%3A%2F%2Fwww.nytimes.com+%22noble+wray%22+blake&aqs=chrome..69i57j69i58.6424j0j4&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8WaPo: https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Awashingtonpost.com+%22noble+wray%22+blake&rlz=1C1UEAD_enUS953US953&sxsrf=AOaemvLxrGrPhFdlaKc07sXjFovCCkJNvQ%3A1638564763273&ei=m4OqYY7-D52rptQPy9200A0&ved=0ahUKEwjOt5-1wcj0AhWdlYkEHcsuDdoQ4dUDCA4&uact=5&oq=site%3Awashingtonpost.com+%22noble+wray%22+blake&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EANKBQg8EgExSgQIQRgBSgQIRhgAUMAEWOYIYKcJaAFwAHgAgAExiAGOApIBATaYAQCgAQHAAQE&sclient=gws-wizCNN: https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Awashingtonpost.com+%22noble+wray%22+blake&rlz=1C1UEAD_enUS953US953&sxsrf=AOaemvLxrGrPhFdlaKc07sXjFovCCkJNvQ%3A1638564763273&ei=m4OqYY7-D52rptQPy9200A0&ved=0ahUKEwjOt5-1wcj0AhWdlYkEHcsuDdoQ4dUDCA4&uact=5&oq=site%3Awashingtonpost.com+%22noble+wray%22+blake&gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EANKBQg8EgExSgQIQRgBSgQIRhgAUMAEWOYIYKcJaAFwAHgAgAExiAGOApIBATaYAQCgAQHAAQE&sclient=gws-wizJesse’s new thing: https://www.callin.com/show/singal-minded-conversations-IIrXnblInMMore info on Callin: https://www.callin.comImage: KENOSHA, WISCONSIN - JANUARY 05: National Guard troops stand watch as demonstrators protest outside of the Kenosha County Courthouse following the announcement by District Attorney Michael Graveley that no charges would be filed against Police Officer Rusten Sheskey in the shooting of Jacob Blake on January 05, 2021 in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Sheskey shot Blake seven times in the back while responding to a domestic dispute, which led to several days of rioting and unrest in the city. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images) This is a public episode. Get access to private episodes at www.blockedandreported.org/subscribe
On Wednesday, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a Mississippi abortion case, Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization that challenges a nearly 49-year-old precedent protecting a pregnant person's right to an abortion established in the landmark case Roe v. Wade. The law in question is a Mississippi law that prohibits nearly all abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy, violating the 1992 precedent set in Planned Parenthood v. Casey, where the ruling said that a state may not prohibit any woman from making the ultimate decision to terminate her pregnancy before viability. This law, in this case, is the latest in a long line of repeated attacks on reproductive freedom we've seen this fall. Jennifer Delvin, director of the ACLU's Reproductive Freedom Project, joins us to discuss what we heard in the oral arguments and what we can do moving forward.
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* Waukesha: Will MSNBC or any other media or politicians be held responsible for inciting hatred and violence? Will Nadler & others bring federal charges against Rittenhouse?* What does Soros, Obama, Eric Holder have to do with Waukesha terror attack and San Francisco organized massive looting this weekend? * Black man found NOT guilty after killing police in self-defense during “no-knock” SWAT attack — same day as Rittenhouse, media silent* Massive protests across Europe and in Australia against medical martial law. “Mostly peaceful” (actually true), but media focuses solely on violence. How should we respond to this war?* LGBT Teacher conference in California — how to “stalk” kids, monitor their conversations, recruit into gender discussions — and hide it ALL from parents. And, how partisan blinders keep Republicans from seeing the pedophiles in their party* Fauci's new mask rules — for himself. They're coming for babies First Quarter 2022 while media and Gottlieb say 3 doses is the new “fully vaccinated” early next yearTOPICS by TIMECODE3:59 Should MSNBC Get the “Sandy Hook” Treatment? How does MSNBC get away with slander and pushing a literal race war? They claim the Rittenhouse trial was racist (but it was white vs white). They followed jurors to dox and harass them. They push hatred for all white people. Now at Waukesha they have blood on their hands 15:34 At the same time Rittenhouse was found not guilty, a Florida man who acted in self-defense against a no-knock SWAT raid is found innocent. He was black. Crickets from media19:12 Reason is surprised that ACLU is outraged that Rittenhouse was found innocent. Does Reason not know the history of the ACLU?25:40 Will Nadler & Democrats be able to charge Rittenhouse federally since they don't like the jury's verdict?32:03 Waukesha “Holiday” Terror: Hate, Racism, Murder on Parade. Media calls it a “Holiday Parade”. Social media left mocks the suffering. Govt fails at every juncture 38:16 Soros DA's: Chaos by Design, From Waukesha to San Fran. Obama, Eric Holder, Soros designed & funded elections of DA's to get a CRIMINAL justice system run by criminals who want violence, chaos and ethnic conflict. What happened to the BLM racist who drove her car into a Trump crowd last year? 46:54 Peaceful Protests Across Europe — and Violence. It was a mixture of peaceful and violent protests. Will we take the bait? What is the appropriate response?1:09:41 Archibishop Vigano: It's a “global coup d'etat”, a war against us all by our leaders. 1:26:49 If we're MERELY ANIMALS as humanists insist, Skinner's behavioral psychology will win. But we're NOT merely animals. Those of us who know we are created in the image of God can be empowered to fight this spiritual battle. Don't take the bait to fight THEIR way1:38:36 Africa, and poor nations who couldn't afford to pay BigPharma for vaccines, aren't having ANY problems. Even AP (Associated Press) sees it1:49:23 Gottlieb (Trump's FDA commissioner) says 3 doses are coming, skirts the issue of NOT doing ANYTHING to protect against transmission. Fauci says babies get the genetic injection 1Q 2022 (3 months)1:51:38 Utter Orwellian stupidity of wearing masks on planes1:58:45 Massive looting of high end stores in San Francisco and Chicago taking virtually EVERYTHING from stores. Gang of 80 cleans out department stores. Exactly what Soros District Attorneys are enabling2:21:15 Teachers Conference: How to Stalk & Groom Kids & Hide It From Parents. Do you think a parent-friendly school board or politicians will stop what's going on in schools? “Stalk” was their term. Identify kids. Create clubs with names that parents won't think is LGBT grooming. Keep no records of attendees.Find out more about the show and where you can watch it at TheDavidKnightShow.comIf you would like to support the show and our family please consider subscribing monthly here: SubscribeStar https://www.subscribestar.com/the-david-knight-showOr you can send a donation throughZelle: @DavidKnightShow@protonmail.comCash App at: $davidknightshowBTC to: bc1qkuec29hkuye4xse9unh7nptvu3y9qmv24vanh7Mail: David Knight POB 1323 Elgin, TX 78621
Michael Powell is a reporter for The New York Times, covering issues including free speech, education and identity politics. His reporting takes him from the campuses of elite universities and private schools to the halls of the ACLU. In this week's conversation, Michael Powell and Yascha Mounk discuss whether the left has cooled on free speech, what's lost in the national discussion about critical race theory, and how establishment institutions across the United States are being transformed. This transcript has been condensed and lightly edited for clarity. Please do listen and spread the word about The Good Fight. If you have not yet signed up for our podcast, please do so now by following this link on your phone. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.persuasion.community Podcast production by John T. Williams, and Brendan Ruberry Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Connect with us! Spotify | Apple | Google Twitter: @Yascha_Mounk & @joinpersuasion Youtube: Yascha Mounk LinkedIn: Persuasion Community Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
From November 22, 2014: Earlier this month, the ABA Standing Committee on Law and National Security held its “24th Annual Review of the Field of National Security Law CLE Conference.” As part of the conference, the group held a particularly strong panel discussion on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act—featuring Bob Litt, general counsel to the DNI, Jameel Jaffer of the ACLU, and Bill Banks of Syracuse University law school. The discussion was moderated by Laura Donohue of Georgetown law.Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/lawfare. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.