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Union of sovereign states linked by treaties whose common government does not directly exercise its sovereignty over their territory

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Macro Hive Conversations With Bilal Hafeez
Howard Davies on How UK Chancellors Steer the UK In Crisis

Macro Hive Conversations With Bilal Hafeez

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 52:35


Howard Davies is the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Natwest Group. Previously, he was the Director of the London School of Economics (LSE) from 2003 until 2011. Prior to this appointment he was chairman of the UK Financial Services Authority from 1997 to 2003. From 1995 to 1997 he was Deputy Governor of the Bank of England, after three years as the Director General of the Confederation of British Industry. Earlier in his career he worked in the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Treasury, McKinsey and Co, and as Controller of the Audit Commission. In this podcast we discuss: 1) Whether the UK should separate finance and economy minister roles. 2) The competition between the Chancellor and Prime Minister. 3) Why UK productivity has been low. 4) The impact of Bank of England independence for role of Chancellor. 5) How Gordon Brown reduced poverty. 6) Why taxes are so hard to change in the UK. 7) Why Alistair Darling was under-rated as Chancellor. 8) The problem with George Osbourne's austerity drive. 9) The role of Chancellor in Scottish and EU referendums. 10) The challenge for the current Chancellor in targeting growth. 11) Whether the UK Treasury attracts the right talent.

Money Talks with Liam Halligan
Money Talks with Liam Halligan: Stephen Morley, President of the Confederation of British Metal Forming

Money Talks with Liam Halligan

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 15:18


Money Talks – a series of interviews with Liam Halligan, Economics and Business Editor of GB News. In this episode, Liam talks to Stephen Morley, President of Confederation of British Metalforming, a trade body comprising hundreds of companies, employing tens of thousands of workers. These are firms at the heart of the UK's manufacturing sector – and they use a lot of energy.Returning to Money Talks, Stephen responds to the government's new energy support package for business, praising ministers for providing assistance to firms trying to cope with spiraling bills. But he suggests the help needs to last for longer than six months - while pointing out that headlines suggesting commercial energy bills are being "cut by half" overstate reality. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Business Standard Podcast
Is the end of the Covid-19 pandemic in sight for India?

Business Standard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 6:31


In the second week of September, the number of weekly reported deaths due to Covid-19 plunged to its lowest since March 2020. World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus cited this last week when he said that the end of the pandemic was now in sight. “We have never been in a better position to end the pandemic,” the WHO chief told the media during his regular weekly press conference. However, in a word of caution, he also added that the world was “not there yet”. To date, according to WHO data, India has seen 44,539,046 confirmed cases of Covid-19, which have resulted in 528,355 lives lost. During the course of the pandemic, there were times when India's economy was virtually shuttered due to lockdowns that varied in their strictness. Except for select essential services and activities, shops, eateries, factories, transport services, and business establishments, all came to standstill for long periods of time, leaving a devastating impact on the economy. Released in April this year, the Reserve Bank of India's report on currency and finance for FY22 said that it would take nearly 15 years for the Indian economy to make up for the losses incurred during the coronavirus pandemic. This projection was arrived at after taking the actual growth rate of -6.6 per cent for FY21 and 8.9 percent for FY22 into account, along with assuming a growth rate of 7.2 per cent for FY23 and 7.5 per cent beyond that. In monetary terms, the output losses estimated by the report were 19.1 trillion rupees for FY21, 17.1 trillion rupees for FY22 and Rs 16.4 trillion for FY23. The report does not reflect the views of the RBI itself. Instead, it reflects the view of its contributors, who are part of RBI's Department of Economic and Policy Research. Against this backdrop, the answer to whether the end of the Covid-19 pandemic is in sight or not becomes the most crucial determinant for how the Indian economy will fare going ahead. Recent data also points to an improving situation. The seven-day moving average of daily new infections in India has been holding steady in the range of 5,000 to 6,000 in the past 10 days. This is down considerably from the recent high of 19,658 on the 24th of July, whereas, in the first week of April, India had been seeing just around 1,000 cases per day. So, is India out of the danger zone? Speaking to Business Standard, K Srinath Reddy, President, Public Health Foundation of India, says serious Covid infections are coming down but virus will stay. Must be vigilant about new variants from northern hemisphere in winter. Omicron seems destined to stay, it is not serious too.  Gagandeep Kang, Microbiologist and Professor, Christian Medical College says, end is not in sight but it will be less of a public health problem. We need to generate evidence on the best vaccine among a cluster, she says.  On whether the coming winter is crucial for India to get a measure of the pandemic's direction, Gagandeep Kang said a lot of it is coming from the West where respiratory infections are particularly bad, and when combined with Covid, there is a sense that public health systems could be overwhelmed. But in India, flu seasons are varied and have smaller peaks, and hence we cannot take the problems of the west and expect to have a similar impact in India. How will business fare? Meanwhile, Indian companies are hiring thousands of temporary workers as the country prepares to celebrate its peak festival season without COVID restrictions for the first time in three years. The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) expects sales in this Diwali season to be at least 30% higher than last year. With health experts expecting lower mortality and largely a controlled scenario, businesses are hopeful that the country has left the Covid-induced lockdowns behind. However, with the threat of new variants emerging and some regions likely to witness a spike, activity may be disrupted in short ph

Freedom Papers
The Powers of the Convention to Form a Mixed Government Examined and Sustained - [Freedom Papers Ep. 48]

Freedom Papers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 28:35


Madison's Federalist Paper No. 40, "The Powers of the Convention to Form a Mixed Government Examined and Sustained," examines the authority of the Constitutional Convention and the expectations surrounding the United States Constitution. Morgan Zegers and Connor Clegg explain how the Constitution was just a piece of paper that didn't mean anything until the states decided to ratify it. People were opposed to governmental revision due to their preexisting expectations and rules. Connor compares the Articles of Confederation to a broken foundation: one cannot build on it. The broken foundation needs to be gutted and rebuilt in order to support the structure. The Constitution equips the government with tools and principles to successfully sustain a prosperous country. People need to step up and have ‘manly confidence' when it comes to supporting the Constitution. Join Morgan Zegers weekly on Freedom Papers for a conversation that focuses on the necessity of America's most important manuscripts and the debates surrounding them!#TaxationIsTheft #FreedomPapers #iHeartAmerica #BigGovSucks #FederalistPapers

Freedom Papers
The Powers of the Convention to Form a Mixed Government Examined and Sustained - [Freedom Papers Ep. 48]

Freedom Papers

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 28:35


Madison's Federalist Paper No. 40, "The Powers of the Convention to Form a Mixed Government Examined and Sustained," examines the authority of the Constitutional Convention and the expectations surrounding the United States Constitution. Morgan Zegers and Connor Clegg explain how the Constitution was just a piece of paper that didn't mean anything until the states decided to ratify it. People were opposed to governmental revision due to their preexisting expectations and rules. Connor compares the Articles of Confederation to a broken foundation: one cannot build on it. The broken foundation needs to be gutted and rebuilt in order to support the structure. The Constitution equips the government with tools and principles to successfully sustain a prosperous country. People need to step up and have ‘manly confidence' when it comes to supporting the Constitution. Join Morgan Zegers weekly on Freedom Papers for a conversation that focuses on the necessity of America's most important manuscripts and the debates surrounding them!#TaxationIsTheft #FreedomPapers #iHeartAmerica #BigGovSucks #FederalistPapers

Deep Dives with Monica Perez
DM: Laying Down the Law with Eric Buchanan on The Articles of Confederation

Deep Dives with Monica Perez

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 96:30


Find Monica:  https://monicasdeepdives.com https://twitter.com/monicaperezshow https://rokfin.com/propagandareport https://www.youtube.com/c/MonicaPerez Find Eric Buchanan: Of-By-For The People! Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/2JXql7b8wEBFudr50Pdr20?si=6d6f8f3bc1194058&nd=1 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/of-by-for-the-people/id1565028505

Our American Stories
Constitution Day: The Road From the Articles of Confederation to our Constitution

Our American Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 10:49


On this episode of Our American Stories, Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College, tells the story of how we managed to completely change our nation's governing document from a broken one, to a beautiful one. Support the show (https://www.ouramericanstories.com/donate)See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Propaganda Report
MDM: Laying Down the Law with Eric Buchanan on The Articles of Confederation

The Propaganda Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 102:31


Find Monica:  https://monicasdeepdives.com https://twitter.com/monicaperezshow https://rokfin.com/propagandareport https://www.youtube.com/c/MonicaPerez Find Eric Buchanan: Of-By-For The People! Podcast https://open.spotify.com/show/2JXql7b8wEBFudr50Pdr20?si=6d6f8f3bc1194058&nd=1 https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/of-by-for-the-people/id1565028505 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Remnant Revolution Podcast
Constitution Day! Sept. 17th....What Christians should know.

Remnant Revolution Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 10:26


https://www.amazon.com/Rediscovering-America-National-Holidays-Amazing/dp/1637581599https://www.discovery.org/p/powell/Scott Powell has been an entrepreneur for 30+ years, founding two companies. He has been a fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution and is currently senior fellow at Discovery Institute. Having been a frequent guest on national radio and TV, he has also published 250 articles in such publications as the Wall Street Journal, Barron's Financial, New York Post,Scott, welcome to Freedom Fridays. Glad to have you here.Well, it's really great to be with you, Gary. And I really applaud and support your great work. It's really missionary work.Well, thank you so much. Scott's got a book out. And we're gonna talk a little bit about that. But we've got there's a special day coming up that I don't think I'd say 99% of America has no clue about his book is called rediscovering America. And it talks a lot about the different holidays, and really the origin of them all. So this is one of those holiday when it's not holiday. Well, it is. It's a forgotten holiday. We don't, we don't take the day off because of it, but it's around the corner. And that day is called Constitution Day. So Scott, tell us, tell us a little bit about it. origination and and what we need to be doing to really wake America up to the importance of that day. 0:57  Well, I think it's safe to say that America's America is different than all other countries, really, in, in human history, and let me explain why. Certainly, there were times in past history, when there were nation states of cultural achievement, virtue and efflorescence, such as in Periclean, Athens, in the Florence of the muddy cheese, in in England, of Elizabeth and Shakespeare, but none of those cultures and nations were founded the way America was, the United States is the only country in the entire history of mankind that was specifically founded on ideas and principles, rather than on blood, lineage, language, common culture, the spoils of war and conquest. And the founding ideas of America are articulated largely in the Declaration of Independence, and then they were, then a government was formed through the writing, the drafting of the Constitution, and the ideas of the declaration are simply that all people are created equal in value. And that people that all people have unalienable rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. And those rights, they come from God, they do not come from the state. And that's really what makes America so unique. And those ideas remain as powerful and true today as ever. And that is because of course, that those rights come from God and not nothing can can destroy. You know, God's creation, God, God wants God created life to be a certain way. That's that's the way it is. And it's up to us to live up to it. And America was a remarkable marker in human history in that it institutionalize these God given rights. So that, essentially was what makes America unique and great. And just to refresh the audience's memory of how things happen, the Declaration of Independence was written about one year into the Revolutionary War. And, you know, without God's help, we never would have won that Revolutionary War. And that's that's a long story. And it's a it's a fascinating story. It's almost it's almost more interesting it then then fiction, it's so there's so much drama in it and so many different, different reversals and surprises in the course of how this underequipped underfunded much smaller continent, Continental Army could defeat greatest military power in the world. So after the war was over, we lived under a weak government under the RSO of Confederation and all kinds of problems began cropping up. And it was decided that we we needed to reform those articles of Confederation and form a new government and that was the reason for the Constitutional Convention, which convened in May of 1787. And they completed their work remarkably, in only four months. And they and and the Constitution was signed off on all but a few there were a few holdouts that didn't agree with everything, but they were only two or three that didn't sign the Constitution on September 17 1787. So it's that date of the signing of the Constitution. That is the basis for Constitution Day, which is you know, What what's known as a national observance holiday. And it's really important, because of what we're going through. So we can talk a little bit more about about, you know, where we are today in terms of the role of the Constitution and how the Constitution might, you know, maybe being undermined by our current rulers, 5:22  September 17, allows the school system to suppose to be teaching that constitution in celebrating that one day. And I don't know that that's being done. Now, let's not explain a little bit more about that. Well, 5:39  Constitution Day, which falls on September 17, was originally designed in a way as a national observance holiday, to educate the American people about the Constitution. And of course, the schools are where most people get educated. So it was recognized that that would be a very good use of the one day of the year Constitution Day, to use that day, to educate people in school about the Constitution. And of course, you can't cover everything in one day, but at least you could raise in appreciation for this amazing document that has given us our freedom, given us our way of life, give it given us, you know, our prosperity really has come out of the fact that the Constitution limited the government, limiting the scope and the reach of government and allowed people to be free to be to flourish and be prosperous, to be entrepreneurs and creative and, and push the envelope of creating and building things. And that is what accounts for America going from poverty at the time of the Constitution to being literally the world economic superpower in less than 200 years. It's just an incredible story when you think about it. 7:03  Yes. What's amazing is it took them you said four months to Yeah, draft the Constitution yet it's it takes our Congress years to get anything passed. That's right. How can parents get involved in Constitution Day is a hard one comment months ago about a parent that would just ask their teacher to allow them to come in, he's a service member, and come in and speak about that. I think the parents have a right we can do that. I look, I 7:34  think I think that there are so many rights that we have that we don't exercise, because we I think everyone's busy. Most people are very busy, you know, they're trying to put food on the table and, and take the kids to the after school activities. We're all very, very busy people. And we sort of felt that, well, education, the schools are taking care of that. And we're not as involved as we could be in it isn't that parents should have parents should oversee schools and that and I think well managed schools have some kind of interface like a parent teacher association that does that. No, my school that my daughter attends, and we have such a thing. And that's where, where we should encourage the school, you know, to take September 17 and use that as a day, you know, to for students to really learn more about Constitution because after all, the Constitution is really the foundation of our building. And if we don't understand our foundation, well, the building may not always be standing if our foundation crumbles because we under appreciate the Constitution. And we are in those times right now, I'll tell you, because our government, the current regime, the Biden in the Biden Administration, has radically departed from the Constitution. And it is weaponized as an politically weaponized the very institutions that we would look to to protect our country 9:19  will pick this conversation up on the next episode of freedom Fridays. Y'all have a good one and happy Constitution Day. 9:27  Thanks again for listening to this episode of remnant revolution. If you liked what you heard, please leave a comment and rating in iTunes and Google Play. This helps us get heard by more people. And don't forget to share the podcast with your friends and family. Be sure to visit www dot remnant revolution.org to join the conversation, access the show notes and keep up to date on important events and programming. To catch all the latest from me. You can follow me on Instagram at remnant revolution. Until next time, armor up, stand up and speak up.  

The Criminologist
EP 125: APPA Presents...An interview with Stephen Pitts!!!

The Criminologist

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2022 60:35


This week, The Criminologist podcast once again joins forces with the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA), to bring you our interview with Stephen Pitts!  Founder of Community Based Justice, Stephen Pitts is passionate about creating and strengthening probation delivery on an international level.  He holds the role of International Ambassador to the Confederation of European Probation (CEP), and works with a variety of international organizations, including the United Nations and the Council of Europe.  So much to be learned from our international partners! Great links below!!! World Congress on Probation info APPA Information CEP Information The Paragon Group The Criminologist channel  

Star Wars Legends Lounge
Ep 44 - Jedi Trial

Star Wars Legends Lounge

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 34:57


When the Confederation captures the planet Praesitlyn, the Jedi send Anakin Skywalker and Nejaa Halcyon to take it back. Can Anakin free the planet against an overwhelming Separatist force?

1867 & All That
S2 Episode 20 The Case for Canada

1867 & All That

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 30:17


We time travel back one month earlier to February 1865 when everyone in Canada wanted to give a speech. And so they did. Canadians debated Confederation and we have the highlights. Then we turn east as the gloomy news for confederation supporters turns even gloomier. PEI doesn't like the scheme and Nova Scotia is running scared. But at least the Americans have stopped fighting each other. That was probably good news - unless, that is, it meant they were free to turn their attentions northward... If you like what you're hearing and want to support the podcast, please head on over to our Patreon page where, for only $5/month, you can become a real-life patron of the arts - and keep 1867 & All That online in perpetuity. It's kind of like making history. https://www.patreon.com/1867andAllThat  

SNS Kunskap
The Case for Growth

SNS Kunskap

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 67:10


Participants John Van Reenen, Ronald Coase Chair in Economics and School Professor and Director of the Programme on Innovation and Productivity, London School of Economics and Digital Fellow, MIT. He was the 2009 winner of the Yrjö Jahnsson Award (the European equivalent of the Clark Medal); the Arrow Prize (2011); the European Investment Bank Prize (2014), and the HBR-McKinsey Award (2018). He is a fellow of the British Academy, the Econometric Society, the NBER, CEPR and the Society of Labor Economists. In 2017, he was awarded an OBE for “services to public policy and economics” by the Queen. Sven-Olov Daunfeldt, chief economist at the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise (Svenskt Näringsliv) Laura Hartman, chief economist at the Swedish Trade Union Confederation (LO) The seminar is held in English and is chaired by Ilinca Benson, CEO of SNS.

Plausibly Live! - The Official Podcast of The Dave Bowman Show
Praesidio Libertatis (Brutus 1st Letter, pt 1)

Plausibly Live! - The Official Podcast of The Dave Bowman Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 29:41


The issue is now out in the open for debate. For Brutus and the other Anti-Federalists, there are many examples, but only one real issue - how will the proposed Constitution do a better job of preserving and protecting liberty than the Articles of Confederation? On first glance, there really doesn't seem to be any way that it can... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/plausibly-live/message

SAG Infotech - A CA Software Company
SAG Infotech Offers Taxaxtion Software for Tax Return Filing

SAG Infotech - A CA Software Company

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 2:12


It offers various patented tax software such as Genius, Gen Payroll, Gen GST, Gen CompLaw, and Gen XBRL, which are extremely helpful for CAs and CS. As a member of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), ASSOCHAM India, ISO 27001:2013, NASSCOM, and confederation of all India traders (CAIT), the company has also received approval from these organizations. The firm is also affiliated with the data security council of India (DSCI) and the Federation of Indian chambers of commerce and industry (FICCI), which promote data security and privacy. Read also: https://www.trustpilot.com/review/saginfotech.com

Maritime Noon from CBC Radio (Highlights)
We talk with Mark Brennan who was stuck on the MV Confederation ferry on Sunday. And Don Cormier with Northumberland Ferries Ltd explains why the ferry had issues. And on the phone-in: Aaron Publicover

Maritime Noon from CBC Radio (Highlights)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 53:09


Mark Brennan, who lives in Pictou County, NS, was stuck on the MV Confederation ferry for 8 hours on Sunday. He explains how he dealt with the delay. And then we speak with Don Cormier, the vice president of Northumberland Ferries Ltd. And on the phone-in: Aaron Publicover takes your appliance repair questions.

Historia Canadiana: A Cultural History of Canada
An Interview with George Elliott Clarke (Part 2)

Historia Canadiana: A Cultural History of Canada

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 64:00


In which we present the second part of our talk with former Parliamentary Poet Laureate George Elliott Clarke! Topics include Confederation-era African-Canadian lives, their poetry, and a bunch of tangents. Get 2 months of free podcast hosting by going to: https://signup.libsyn.com/?promo_code=CANLIT --- Support: Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana); Paypal (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/historiacanadiana); the recommended reading page (https://historiacanadiana.wordpress.com/books/) --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CanLitHistory).

Constitutional Chats hosted by Janine Turner and Cathy Gillespie
Ep. 132 - Article V - Amending The Constitution

Constitutional Chats hosted by Janine Turner and Cathy Gillespie

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 54:27


Through Articles, 1-4, The Constitution gives us three branches of government and guarantees republicanism to the states. Should we later desire an amendment to the Constitution, how would that happen?  Article V answers that question by codifying an amendment process.  The Founders wanted to strike the right balance between too strong of a central government, like the monarchy in England from whom we had just separated, and too weak of a government like we had under the Articles of Confederation. They realized the importance of being able to tweak government without having to overthrow a monarch or engage in revolution.  The purpose of Article V is to allow change but not in a hasty manner. Nor was the purpose to require unanimity, as under the Articles of Confederation, making change nearly an impossible achievement. Join our student panel and returning guest, Horace Cooper, senior fellow with the National Center for Public Policy Research for this insightful conversation.

10/3: Canada Covered
Alberta conservatives spar over provincial 'sovereignty'

10/3: Canada Covered

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 22:23


In a province facing concerns over health care, education, and what to do with a booming oil-based budget surplus, the race to replace Jason Kenney as United Conservative Party and premier has largely focused on one major issue: Alberta's autonomy. The discussion about various ways to advance Alberta's place in Confederation was once again front and centre at the final leadership debate in Edmonton. National Post reporter Tyler Dawson joins the program to discuss Tuesday's debate, whether anyone appears to have gained any ground on front-runner Danielle Smith, and why the issue of autonomy, or sovereignty, has been such a looming presence. Background reading: Final UCP leadership debate focuses on same issues that ended Kenney's term: Alberta autonomy and COVID-19 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Freedom Papers
The Incoherence of the Objections to the New Plan Exposed - [Freedom Papers Ep. 46]

Freedom Papers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 24:21


Madison's Federalist Paper No. 38, "The Same Subject Continued, and the Incoherence of the Objections to the New Plan Exposed," argues that despite the objections to the Constitution, it is still a much needed and huge improvement to the Articles of Confederation. Morgan Zegers and Connor Clegg explain how America's form of government is unique. Throughout history, the different forms of government were generally a single person's idea that an entire country adopted. The founders wanted America to be the people's government; thus, multiple minds came together to create a new, more perfect form of government. Under the Articles of Confederation, America was dying - like a patient afflicted with a sickness; therefore, the Constitution was an essential treatment and solution. Join Morgan Zegers weekly on Freedom Papers for a conversation that focuses on the necessity of America's most important manuscripts and the debates surrounding them!#TaxationIsTheft #FreedomPapers #iHeartAmerica #BigGovSucks #FederalistPapers

Freedom Papers
The Incoherence of the Objections to the New Plan Exposed - [Freedom Papers Ep. 46]

Freedom Papers

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 24:21


Madison's Federalist Paper No. 38, "The Same Subject Continued, and the Incoherence of the Objections to the New Plan Exposed," argues that despite the objections to the Constitution, it is still a much needed and huge improvement to the Articles of Confederation. Morgan Zegers and Connor Clegg explain how America's form of government is unique. Throughout history, the different forms of government were generally a single person's idea that an entire country adopted. The founders wanted America to be the people's government; thus, multiple minds came together to create a new, more perfect form of government. Under the Articles of Confederation, America was dying - like a patient afflicted with a sickness; therefore, the Constitution was an essential treatment and solution. Join Morgan Zegers weekly on Freedom Papers for a conversation that focuses on the necessity of America's most important manuscripts and the debates surrounding them!#TaxationIsTheft #FreedomPapers #iHeartAmerica #BigGovSucks #FederalistPapers

Canada's History
Interview with Jonathan Giles

Canada's History

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 11:03


This interview is part of a special series of the Teaching Canada's History podcast where we spoke with the finalists for the 2022 Governor General's History Award for Excellence in Teaching. Students seek to understand the complex legacies arising from the points of view of the Fathers of Confederation by creating a scripted dialogue between two figures of that time. Starting with a discussion on the removal of the statues of John A. Macdonald, students dig into the dominance of the Orange Order in 19th century Canadian politics and interrogate the commonalities in the treatment of Irish migrants and Métis peoples. This assists students to explain what spurred both Irish Fenians and the Métis to strike violently against the dominant political order of the Confederation era. To learn more about the Governor General's History Awards or to nominate a teacher in your community, visit CanadasHistory.ca/Awards.

Historia Canadiana: A Cultural History of Canada
An Interview with George Elliott Clarke (Part 1)

Historia Canadiana: A Cultural History of Canada

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 28, 2022 58:43


In which (for reasons of storage space) we present the first part of our very interesting talk with former Parliamentary Poet Laureate George Elliott Clarke! Topics include Confederation-era African-Canadian lives, their poetry, and a bunch of tangents. The next part is out next week! Get 2 months of free podcast hosting by going to: https://signup.libsyn.com/?promo_code=CANLIT --- Support: Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana); Paypal (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/historiacanadiana); the recommended reading page (https://historiacanadiana.wordpress.com/books/) --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CanLitHistory).

Canadian History Ehx
Thomas Darcy McGee

Canadian History Ehx

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2022 24:54


He was a Father of Confederation, who fought for religious minority rights, and is often referred to as Canada's First Nationalist. He is also, sadly, the first Canadian politician to be assassinated, resulting in a trial that was far from fair for the man accused of the crime.Boris Fundraiser: https://gofund.me/e2b58b58Sublime Lime: https://www.sublimelime.ca/canadaehxSupport: patreon.com/canadaehxDonate: https://www.buymeacoffee.com/craigUDonate: canadaehx.com (Click Donate)E-mail: craig@canadaehx.comTwitter: twitter.com/craigbairdTiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@cdnhistoryehxYouTube: youtube.com/c/canadianhistoryehx

Lex Rex Institute Podcast
Episode 17 - The Constitution's Improvements on Articles of Confederation, Plus a Gang of Drunk Judges

Lex Rex Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 59:12


In this episode, we discuss the latest news in one of the Lex Rex Institute's biggest cases, as we represent a group of parents from the Los Alamitos Unified School District in a dispute against the district. You can find out more information about the case and contribute to the legal fund at https://www.GiveSendGo.com/LosAl.After that, we continue our “Summer of the Revolutions” series by examining the specific ways that the U.S. Constitution was designed to correct flaws with the Articles of Confederation. Along the way, we take a detour to discuss Edmund Burke's analysis of the French Revolution and explain why it remains relevant for political philosophy today.Finally, we return to Captain Kangaroo Court to bring you the tale of the Roving Judge Gang of Indiana – hear what happens to a group of intoxicated judges who pick a fight in the parking lot of an Indianapolis White Castle – and Alexander tells the story of perhaps the worst judge he's ever met. (She thinks the word “upon” is too fancy to use in a legal brief.)The Los Alamitos case (1:45)The Constitution and the Articles of Confederation (10:33)Captain Kangaroo Court (41:50)For those who expressed interest in the book on the French Revolution that David has been alluding to: https://www.amazon.com/Oxford-History-French-Revolution-ebook/dp/B07F37RP98/ref=sr_1_4?crid=2SHOJYCFTJFXO&keywords=history+of+the+french+revolution&qid=1661211691&sprefix=history+of+the+french+revolution%2Caps%2C93&sr=8-4

Radio Candid
Deepak Raj Joshi Director General Confederation of Nepalese Industries

Radio Candid

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 23:00


Deepak Raj Joshi Director General Confederation of Nepalese Industries --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/radio-candid/message

Messi Ronaldo Neymar and Mbappe
Africa Super League Money | Confederation of African Football

Messi Ronaldo Neymar and Mbappe

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 3:24


Confederation of African Football rolls out a super league format for Africa; with bags of money. The Africa Super League will be an annual continental club football competition run by the CAF. was announced on 28 November 2019 by Gianni Infantino, President of FIFA. It will be launched 10th August in Tanzania, but it is known that it includes twenty-four of the elite African teams. The Confederation of African Football, or CAF for short, is the administrative and controlling body for association football, futsal and beach soccer in Africa.

1867 & All That
S2 Episode 19 It All Falls Apart

1867 & All That

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 23:14


Early 1865 is a bad time for supporters of Confederation in British North America. Joseph Howe is back - and he is penning scathing attacks on the Confederation scheme that derail the Quebec Resolutions in Nova Scotia. The situation in PEI isn't much better. And in New Brunswick, Albert James Smith takes down the Tilley government.  If you like what you're hearing and want to support the podcast, please head on over to our Patreon page where, for only $5/month, you can become a real-life patron of the arts - and keep 1867 & All That online in perpetuity. It's kind of like making history. https://www.patreon.com/1867andAllThat  

Euromonitor Podcasts
DEI in Luxury and Fashion: What's Here and What's Next

Euromonitor Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 30:27


Adeife Onwuzulike, Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) at Euromonitor International, knows the true value of working in an inclusive and diverse company. She recently joined Euromonitor from The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) - where she was also Head of Diversity and Inclusion. At the CBI Adeife worked on embedding DEI into the business culture and strategy and created and managed a number of employee networks and worked with their clients on their DEI journey. She worked tirelessly to ensure that the organization was not only diverse but also a place where all employees felt like they can be their true authentic selves. After almost three years of a global pandemic and political and racial tensions increasing across the globe, issues around DEI have become even more critical for luxury and fashion businesses to address than ever before. The long list of new diversity and inclusion recruits witnessed across the luxury and fashion sector over the last 12 months shows that the needle is indeed moving. However, there is still a long way to go. In this podcast Adeife Onwuzulike shares her expertise and knowledge in this area with Marguerite LeRolland, Head of Fashion and Fflur Robert, Head of Luxury at Euromonitor International and addresses questions around what's here now and what's to come next. Passport subscribers can access the full report here. Not a Passport subscriber but still want to learn more? Contact us or check out this article on Five Trends Shaping the Global Luxury Goods Landscape.

We the People
A Constitutional Conversation at Crystal Bridges

We the People

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 73:15


The Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas, opened a new exhibit this summer called We the People: The Radical Notion of Democracy. It features an original print of the U.S. Constitution—one of only 11 in the world—as well as original prints of the Declaration of Independence, the proposed Bill of Rights, and the Articles of Confederation. To celebrate the opening, the museum invited Jeffrey Rosen, president and CEO of the National Constitution Center, to host a conversation centered around the text and impact of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. His guest was Eric Slauter, deputy dean of the humanities at the University of Chicago and the author of The State as a Work of Art: The Cultural Origins of the Constitution. Questions or comments about the show? Email us at podcast@constitutioncenter.org. Continue today's conversation on Facebook and Twitter using @ConstitutionCtr. Sign up to receive Constitution Weekly, our email roundup of constitutional news and debate, at bit.ly/constitutionweekly.

Scene on Radio
"The Excess of Democracy": Rebroadcast

Scene on Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 51:25 Very Popular


In the summer of 1787, fifty-five men got together in Philadelphia to write a new Constitution for the United States, replacing the new nation's original blueprint, the Articles of Confederation. But why, exactly? What problems were the framers trying to solve? Was the Constitution designed to advance democracy, or to rein it in? And how can the answers to those questions inform our crises of democracy today? By producer/host John Biewen with series collaborator Chenjerai Kumanyika. Interviews with Woody Holton, Dan Bullen, and Price Thomas. The series editor is Loretta Williams.

Insight Myanmar
Have Pity on the Working Man (Bonus short)

Insight Myanmar

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 32:39


On July 7th, the official account of the European Union in Myanmar https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=5292745600811617&extid=NS-UNK-UNK-UNK-IOS_GK0T-GK1C-GK2C&ref=sharing (posted a two-minute video) urging factories in conflict-torn Myanmar to re-open, charging that the factory shutdowns had driven former employees to poverty and even prostitution. In response, many charged that the EU was trying to manipulate Burmese voices to advocate for a policy that would benefit themselves but goes against the aspirations of the democracy movement. Today's guest, Maung Maung, currently president of the Confederation of Trade Unions in Myanmar (CTUM), addresses this video, as well as labor's role in the current revolution and the overall conditions for Myanmar's workers. While Maung Maung does not dispute an accusation in the video that the closed factories harm ordinary Burmese workers, he believes it is hurting the regime more, and that is the current priority. Maung Maung also found the video highly offensive because it is quite chauvinistic and insulting for Western powers to try and “educate” the Burmese people on the dangers of local young women turning to prostitution. To make matters worse, the junta has picked up on the video and has begun to promote it as a way to normalize their brutal regime, meaning that, in effect, the EU has managed to provide the Tatmadaw with a key piece of propaganda to boost their rule. Yet, as hard as things are now in the country, Maung Maung is hopeful for the future. “We are winning. We want people to not just think like well, ‘The military is going to win again.' No, it is not!”

The Criminologist
EP 119: Our interview with Iuliana Carbunaru, Probation Inspector-National Probation Directorate of Romania!

The Criminologist

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2022 29:34


Pleased to be sharing our conversation with Iuliana Carbunaru, joining us all the way from Romania!  In addition to her role as Probation Inspector for Romania's Ministry of Justice, Iuliana is also a Board Member of the Confederation of European Probation (CEP). She is a criminal justice consultant and trainer who shares her fantastic experiences and insights with us this week. Check out the links below for events and topics mentioned in our interview! A Day in the Life project International Training School on Core Correctional Skills info and registration World Congress on Probation and Parole info CEP Conference, Dubrovnik, Croatia CEP Workshop, Inter Agency Cooperation-Bucharest Romania Become a Supporter of the podcast!!

Messi Ronaldo Neymar and Mbappe
Banyana Banyana Champions of Africa | 2022 Women's Africa Cup of Nations

Messi Ronaldo Neymar and Mbappe

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 3:07


South Africa women's national football team win the 2022 Women's Africa Cup of Nations. The 2022 Women's Africa Cup of Nations, officially known as the 2022 TotalEnergies Women's Africa Cup of Nations for sponsorship purposes, was the 14th edition of the biennial African international women's football tournament organized by the Confederation of African Football, hosted by Morocco. Image Credit: cafwomenfootball/instagram https://www.instagram.com/stories/highlights/17946485639306334/?hl=en

Messi Ronaldo Neymar and Mbappe
African Player of the Year | Confederation of African Football

Messi Ronaldo Neymar and Mbappe

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 5:00


Bayern Munich and Senegalese forward Sadio Mané awarded African Player of the Year. Sadio Mané is a Senegalese professional footballer who plays as a forward for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Senegal national team. The Confederation of African Football or CAF is the administrative and controlling body for African association football. CAF represents the national football associations of Africa, runs continental, national, and club competitions, and controls the prize money, regulations, and media rights to those competitions. Fußball-Club Bayern München e. V., also known as FC Bayern, Bayern Munich, or simply Bayern is a German professional sports club based in Munich, Bavaria. It is best known for its professional football team, which plays in the Bundesliga, the top tier of the German football league system. Image Credit: https://newbalance.newsmarket.com/latest-news/all/sadio-man--stars-in-new-balance-film/s/de76ff43-6976-4573-ac90-b1535c9eb97e

Lex Rex Institute Podcast
Episode 14: Wickard v. Filburn and the Articles of Confederation

Lex Rex Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 83:49


The Dustin Gold Standard
Ep 9 Part 4: LegalMan Discusses Our Real History And Why The Change From The Articles Of Confederation To The Constitution Really Do Matter

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 16:30


Dustin provides a quick update from Poland where he will be for the next three weeks. Dustin interviews Paine.TV favorite, LegalMan, and discusses Yuval Noah Harari, the history of America, the Constitution, and why it's important to live in reality and search out the truth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Ep 9 Part 3: LegalMan Discusses Our Real History And Why The Change From The Articles Of Confederation To The Constitution Really Do Matter

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 37:42


Dustin provides a quick update from Poland where he will be for the next three weeks. Dustin interviews Paine.TV favorite, LegalMan, and discusses Yuval Noah Harari, the history of America, the Constitution, and why it's important to live in reality and search out the truth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Ep 9 Part 2: LegalMan Discusses Our Real History And Why The Change From The Articles Of Confederation To The Constitution Really Do Matter

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 37:19


Dustin provides a quick update from Poland where he will be for the next three weeks. Dustin interviews Paine.TV favorite, LegalMan, and discusses Yuval Noah Harari, the history of America, the Constitution, and why it's important to live in reality and search out the truth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dustin Gold Standard
Ep 9 Part 1: LegalMan Discusses Our Real History And Why The Change From The Articles Of Confederation To The Constitution Really Do Matter

The Dustin Gold Standard

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 38:33


Dustin provides a quick update from Poland where he will be for the next three weeks. Dustin interviews Paine.TV favorite, LegalMan, and discusses Yuval Noah Harari, the history of America, the Constitution, and why it's important to live in reality and search out the truth. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Historia Canadiana: A Cultural History of Canada
61 - Language Rights in Early Canadian Education

Historia Canadiana: A Cultural History of Canada

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 70:47


In which we address issues of linguistic and religious rights in Canada's Confederation-era education. Get 2 months of free podcast hosting by going to: https://signup.libsyn.com/?promo_code=CANLIT --- Support: Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/historiacanadiana); Paypal (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/historiacanadiana); the recommended reading page (https://historiacanadiana.wordpress.com/books/) --- Contact: historiacanadiana@gmail.com, Twitter (@CanLitHistory) & Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CanLitHistory). --- Further Reading: Stanley, George F. G. "The Caraquet Riots of 1875." Acadiensis, volume 2, number 1, autumn 1972, p. 21–38. LeBlanc, Phyllis E. "New Brunswick schools question." The Oxford Companion to Canadian History, Oxford University Press, 2004. Little, John I. “New Brunswick Reaction to the Manitoba Schools' Question.” Acadiensis, vol. 1, no. 2, 1972, pp. 43–58. JSTOR, http://www.jstor.org/stable/30302427 Perin, Roberto. "Manitoba schools question." The Oxford Companion to Canadian History, Oxford University Press, 2004. Robson, Karen L. Sociology of Education in Canada, 2019.

1867 & All That
S2 Episode 18 The St. Alban's Raid

1867 & All That

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 31, 2022 28:20


This week we catch up on the activities of a posse of Confederate soldiers who decide that the best way to fight their war with the American Union is to take over a town in Vermont - just long enough to rob all the banks anyway. But when they flee to Canada, things get interesting, especially for the Canadians. We also see this week just what the public thought of the Confederation scheme. The result? Not so much glee as a mixed bag of opinions with plenty of criticism. And then things get really interesting when a Lower Canadian police magistrate decides to create another war scare because, well, we haven't had one of those in a few months... If you like what you're hearing and want to support the podcast, please head on over to our Patreon page where, for only $5/month, you can become a real-life patron of the arts - and keep 1867 & All That online in perpetuity. It's kind of like making history. https://www.patreon.com/1867andAllThat  

WallBuilders Live! with David Barton & Rick Green
Decertifying The Election, Articles of Confederation, And More -- On Foundations Of Freedom

WallBuilders Live! with David Barton & Rick Green

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 27:00


Path to Liberty
Benjamin Franklin’s Articles of Confederation

Path to Liberty

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 25, 2022 34:28


In July 1775, Benjamin Franklin introduced a formal plan for uniting the colonies - “The Articles of Confederation and Perpetual Union.” He read it to the Second Continental Congress nearly a year before the Declaration of Independence and the first drafts of what became our first constitution, the Articles of Confederation. The post Benjamin Franklin's Articles of Confederation first appeared on Tenth Amendment Center.

Liberty Lighthouse
20220721 - Liberty Minute

Liberty Lighthouse

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 21, 2022 1:43


Paper money will destroy America. I'm Peter Serefine with today's Liberty Minute. In 1791 Thomas Pain blamed paper money for England's financial problems. Paper money was partially to blame for Shay's Rebellion and US money problems between the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution. James Madison fought against paper money for his entire political career. Paper money has caused the collapse of countries and empires worldwide for centuries, and our founding fathers knew that. No currency without a physical backing can last forever. No country can pile up debt and spend forever. The Federal Reserve, bankers, and politicians all know these facts. So why then has the US been piling up trillions in debt on paper money for over a hundred years? They are just hoping to die rich before the collapse. Please support transparency from Congress by visiting Liberty-Lighthouse.com/hr46 Until tomorrow, Si vis Pacem, Para Bellum --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/libertylighthouse/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/libertylighthouse/support

15-Minute History
Two Revolutions and the Constitution (Part Two) | Special Interview with James Phillips

15-Minute History

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 18, 2022 43:58


Join us for part two of our interview with James Philips to discuss his book, Two Revolutions and the Constitution | How the English and American Revolutions Produced the American Constitution. In this discussion, we talk about taxation without representation, what it means to put principles ahead of prosperity, the Articles of Confederation...and more. James D.R. Philips studied at the Universities of Oxford and Sydney and holds degrees in liberal arts and in law. He has been a successful mergers and acquisitions attorney for more than thirty years and is a visiting lecturer at the University of Sydney's Law School. He held leadership positions at two law firms and is now a non-executive director of several organizations, including a leading Australian public-policy-research institute. Philips first read the American Constitution in school and began reading about the English revolutionary and American colonial periods in 2005. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/15minutehistory/support

Mises Media
Is the Constitution a Centralizing or Decentralizing Document?

Mises Media

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022


People often speak of the Constitution with reverence, as though it were infallible. However, the Constitution was a centralizing document that cast aside the decentralization of the Articles of Confederation. Original Article: "Is the Constitution a Centralizing or Decentralizing Document?" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon.

Audio Mises Wire
Is the Constitution a Centralizing or Decentralizing Document?

Audio Mises Wire

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 14, 2022


People often speak of the Constitution with reverence, as though it were infallible. However, the Constitution was a centralizing document that cast aside the decentralization of the Articles of Confederation. Original Article: "Is the Constitution a Centralizing or Decentralizing Document?" This Audio Mises Wire is generously sponsored by Christopher Condon.

The Ted Broer Show - MP3 Edition

Episode 1786 - Happy4th of July! What did John Jay say about Republics? What is Federalism? What were the Articles of Confederation? Who was Alexander Hamilton? What was the primary cause of both 1776 and the Civil War? Is the Constitution a living document? Has the Supreme Court exceeded its constitutional limits?This is a must listen Informative Green show!

Free Man Beyond the Wall
Episode 757: An Overview of the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution w/ Brion McClanahan

Free Man Beyond the Wall

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2022 56:12


56 Minutes Safe for Work Brion McClanahan is an author, historian, professor and speaker with a focus on the Founding Fathers and the founding principles of the United States.  Brion joins Pete to give an overview of America's original governing document, The Articles of Confederation, and to discuss its replacement by the Constitution and the ramifications from that exchange. He and Pete also talk about the outlook for secession in the near future.  Today's Sponsor Expat Show Podcast BrionMcclanahan.com McClanahan Academy Brion on Twitter Get Autonomy 19 Skills PDF Download The Monopoly On Violence Support Pete on His Website Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete's Subscribestar Pete's Paypal Pete on Facebook Pete on Twitter