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The Constitution Study podcast
289 - Qualified Tyranny

The Constitution Study podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 14:28


Governments protecting their own with mock trial is nothing new. When our Founding Fathers published the Declaration of Independence, they listed 27 specific grievances against the king, including: For protecting [the military], by a mock Trial, from punishment for any Murders which they should commit on the Inhabitants of these States: Today courts are protecting law enforcement by mock trial from punishment for violating the law and our rights based solely on their opinion of what is "clearly established statutory or constitutional rights". The Supreme Court recently opined on two cases where the question of a law enforcement officer's "qualified immunity" was in question. But we really have to ask ourselves two questions. First, is it constitutional to provide government officials special treatment under the law? Second, do the courts have the legal authority to determine when "statutory or constitutional rights" have been established?

Hillside Baptist Church
The Declaration of Stephen

Hillside Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 41:48


Join Pastor Bingham as he bring a message of inspiring examples of the faith from Acts 6:1-10. Stephen was a man who boldly declared the Gospel and paid a high price for it. Listen in as we here the declaration of Stephen.

Truth Be Told
Mastery of Consciousness

Truth Be Told

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 48:25


Nandhi shares fascinating stories of Indian mystics, otherworldly dimensions, and waking up humanity. Nandhiji is a Siddha Yoga Master, humanitarian and visionary, awakening humanity through mystic wisdom, community and service. He is an artist, ecstatic chant musician, author and teacher- representing the path of the Liberated Siddhas. Nandhiji was gifted with a childhood experience of the Divine when he was four years old. Later as a young adult while leading an active life of family, he was initiated through a death experience by his first Guru, and his journey into the mystical realm of the Siddhars as a yogi began. After years of seeking “wholeness” through connection with the inner world, Nandhiji woke up to understand his highest purpose: to teach consciousness to humanity. His globally acclaimed music calibrates at the level beyond thresholds of enlightenment on the Hawkins scale of consciousness, and his book Mastery of Consciousness conveys Siddha grace of awakening Nandhiji is working to help humanity at a global scale, founding the Declaration of Consciousness Movement and World Yogi Day. www.Nandhiji.comHost Bonnie Burkert melds the worlds of media and higher consciousness, sharing tools for transformation to find our highest Truth. www.instagram.com/Yogi_BonMusic: “Cycles” | Robert Cutarella & Josh Ehrhart

New Books Network
Ronald J. Pestritto, "America Transformed: The Rise and Legacy of American Progressivism" (Encounter Books, 2021)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 58:50


What's a “progressive?” We hear constantly about the rift in the Democratic Party between its “progressive” wing and its “moderate” one. But what exactly was “Progressivism?” And why do we hear the word “progressive” but not much about “Progressivism?” The answer may lie in the fact that modern day progressive Democrats or those who ally with them (such as Bernie Sanders) don't want to dwell on the fact that much of their political program descends from political leaders they now disown (such as Woodrow Wilson) or who were, at various times, Republicans (like Theodore Roosevelt). Additionally, progressives are probably not eager to be so openly opposed to the basic principles promulgated in the Declaration of Independence and embodied in the U.S. Constitution as their political and intellectual forebears were because that might hurt their poll numbers among average Americans. Moreover, the progressives really do not need to embrace the idea of the rule of the elites and the need for an administrative state and to fight for those things because that is the world we live in thanks to the Progressive thinkers and leaders profiled in the 2021 book America Transformed: The Rise and Legacy of American Progressivism by Ronald J. Pestritto. The book is must reading for everyone who wants to understand why unelected people such as the personnel of federal agencies, city managers, federal judges at many levels and so forth wield so much power and are so unanswerable to the bulk of the population. Pestritto reveals the dual legacy of Progressivism. To wit, via illuminating and meticulous examination of the writings and speeches of well-known figures such as Wilson and Roosevelt and lesser known but influential thinkers such as the theorists and academics Richard Ely, Frank Goodnow and James Landis, Pestritto documents how the Progressives disempowered average Americans even as those figures harped on the theme of accountability in government and dismissed the safeguards for individual liberty that the Constitution provides. Pestritto traces the intellectual incoherence of much of progressive thinking and policy c. 1880-1945 and demonstrates how the conflict between the oft-stated concern of the progressive left for the common man and the reality of bureaucratization has its roots in the Progressive Era and why so many Americans are frustrated by the fact that Congress has willingly signed over to the administrative state the right to write its own rules, to determine if those rules are fair and to implement those rules and regulations. It is not for nothing that Pestritto uses the word “transformed” given the curtailment of involvement by everyday Americans in their own governing processes that the Progressives ensured. A particular strength of his book is his exposure of the way that progressives from Wilson down to Obama and since have disingenuously claimed that Abraham Lincoln was a proto-progressive even though Lincoln was one of the most ardent, eloquent proponents of the Declaration of Independence and natural rights. We often hear from progressives that we need to be on the “right side of history.” In this valuable book, Ronald J. Pestritto explains to us the intellectual background of such platitudes. Give a listen. Hope J. Leman is a grants researcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Intellectual History
Ronald J. Pestritto, "America Transformed: The Rise and Legacy of American Progressivism" (Encounter Books, 2021)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 58:50


What's a “progressive?” We hear constantly about the rift in the Democratic Party between its “progressive” wing and its “moderate” one. But what exactly was “Progressivism?” And why do we hear the word “progressive” but not much about “Progressivism?” The answer may lie in the fact that modern day progressive Democrats or those who ally with them (such as Bernie Sanders) don't want to dwell on the fact that much of their political program descends from political leaders they now disown (such as Woodrow Wilson) or who were, at various times, Republicans (like Theodore Roosevelt). Additionally, progressives are probably not eager to be so openly opposed to the basic principles promulgated in the Declaration of Independence and embodied in the U.S. Constitution as their political and intellectual forebears were because that might hurt their poll numbers among average Americans. Moreover, the progressives really do not need to embrace the idea of the rule of the elites and the need for an administrative state and to fight for those things because that is the world we live in thanks to the Progressive thinkers and leaders profiled in the 2021 book America Transformed: The Rise and Legacy of American Progressivism by Ronald J. Pestritto. The book is must reading for everyone who wants to understand why unelected people such as the personnel of federal agencies, city managers, federal judges at many levels and so forth wield so much power and are so unanswerable to the bulk of the population. Pestritto reveals the dual legacy of Progressivism. To wit, via illuminating and meticulous examination of the writings and speeches of well-known figures such as Wilson and Roosevelt and lesser known but influential thinkers such as the theorists and academics Richard Ely, Frank Goodnow and James Landis, Pestritto documents how the Progressives disempowered average Americans even as those figures harped on the theme of accountability in government and dismissed the safeguards for individual liberty that the Constitution provides. Pestritto traces the intellectual incoherence of much of progressive thinking and policy c. 1880-1945 and demonstrates how the conflict between the oft-stated concern of the progressive left for the common man and the reality of bureaucratization has its roots in the Progressive Era and why so many Americans are frustrated by the fact that Congress has willingly signed over to the administrative state the right to write its own rules, to determine if those rules are fair and to implement those rules and regulations. It is not for nothing that Pestritto uses the word “transformed” given the curtailment of involvement by everyday Americans in their own governing processes that the Progressives ensured. A particular strength of his book is his exposure of the way that progressives from Wilson down to Obama and since have disingenuously claimed that Abraham Lincoln was a proto-progressive even though Lincoln was one of the most ardent, eloquent proponents of the Declaration of Independence and natural rights. We often hear from progressives that we need to be on the “right side of history.” In this valuable book, Ronald J. Pestritto explains to us the intellectual background of such platitudes. Give a listen. Hope J. Leman is a grants researcher. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
Rally to End the Filibuster

Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 28:58


The League of Women Voters, People for the American Way, and Declaration for American Democracy have initiated a season of direct action and civil disobedience at the White House to demand President Biden take action to end the filibuster and protect our voting rights. Mark participated in yesterday's rally (stick around ‘til the end to hear him speak), where leaders of the movement demand President Biden and his administration address their campaign-trail-promise to protect our voting rights. 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

The Uncensored Unprofessor
229 America's Founding or True Christianity?

The Uncensored Unprofessor

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 45:39


Memes this episode counters: "American Christians are too patriotic!"; "America was not really founded in a Christian worldview"; "America was started as an evil nation"; and, "American Christianity is too darned American!" In a quest for historical nuance, I critically work through the Declaration of Independence to discern the worldview of the Founders.

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand
Nick Reed PODCAST: 10.19 - Quickies; Cisgender Men, NYPD, and MORE.

Springfield's Talk 104.1 On-Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 38:08


Hour 3 -  Nick Reed talks about a variety of topics in the news, including: Former President Donald Trump filed a lawsuit Monday against the National Archives to keep his records private, citing executive privilege. Nick also shares a piece from PJ media about times that the Obama Administration fought subpoenas. A student at Oberlin College in Ohio described being "scared" and "angry" after the school announced a work crew would be installing radiators in a "safe space" dormitory for women and trans students, explaining the crew would likely be "cisgender men." The New York City Public Design Commission voted unanimously to remove a statue of Thomas Jefferson, the author of the Declaration of Independence and the third president of the United States, from the New York City Council's chambers at City Hall. Former Trump administration Surgeon General Jerome Adams said Monday on CNN's “Cuomo Prime Time” that former Secretary of State Colin Powell died because some Americans were not vaccinated. The New York Police Department (NYPD) gave in last week, after orders from Albany, and told officers to let drug addicts shoot up on the streets and share needles.

Lift + Love
Our Mother‘s Knew It - Part 3 ”Declaration of Divinity” - Eternal Families

Lift + Love

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 41:51


Allison and Jenie introduce Part 3 of the declaration of Divinity - Eternal Families.  They share how they viewed their eternal family once their son's came out.  They also share ideas on how to connect your child to their spirituality if they decide to leave to the church.  It is a powerful episode on examining how you view your family and how that effects your family. Declaration of Divinity - Part 2 ETERNAL FAMILIES - "As mother's we know that our family can only be complete when all members are loved and valued equally. We believe that each individual is an important part of the Eternal Family of God. We have faith that our Heavenly Parents know and understand our unique situations and that by following their guidance, given through the Holy Spirit, our earthly family will return to live with them again." Join us for any of our monthly Lift+Love Support Groups - link sign up at Lift+Love Support . If you would like some personal help on how to do this please sign up for a free consult with Jenie at Jenie Hunter Coaching www.jeniehuntercoaching.com. For additional support and help please reach out to us on our IG accounts at Lift+Love and Jenie Hunter Coaching      

Kapow's Power of Invention
Benjamin Franklin

Kapow's Power of Invention

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 8:03


You may know Benjamin Franklin as one of America's Founding Fathers and a signer of The Declaration of Independence, but he was an inventor too, and today, that's the part of his life that we'll be looking at.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Secular Foxhole
Ed Thompson on Conceptual Education

The Secular Foxhole

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 29:34


We talk with Ed Thompson who has created this https://www.facebook.com/ConceptualEducation/ (project) to battle the sorry state of America's public schools. Show notes with links to articles, blog posts, products and services: https://www.facebook.com/ConceptualEducation/ (Conceptual Education Project on Facebook) https://newideal.aynrand.org/announcing-a-new-fellowship-in-conceptual-education/ (Announcing a New Fellowship in Conceptual Education) https://ari.aynrand.org/issues/culture-and-society/education-and-multiculturalism/POV-Ayn-Rand-Interviewed-on-the-Value-of-Education/ (Ayn Rand Interviewed on the Value of Education (1964)) https://www.stephenhicks.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/RandAyn-The-Comprachicos.pdf (The Comprachicos by Ayn Rand) https://courses.aynrand.org/campus-courses/philosophy-of-education/ (Philosophy of Education by Leonard Peikoff) https://courses.aynrand.org/works/the-american-school-why-johnny-cant-think/ (The American School: Why Johnny Can't Think) https://theobjectivestandard.com/2007/05/false-promise-classical-education/ (The False Promise of Classical Education) https://www.vandammeacademy.com (VanDamme Academy) https://cbradleythompson.substack.com/p/a-declaration-of-war (A Declaration of War: The Police State Comes to America) https://asrainvestigates.substack.com/p/merrick-garland-has-conflict-of-interest (Merrick Garland Has Conflict of Interest. Daughter is married to Big Tech cofounder data mining kids.) Episode 33 (29 minutes) was recorded at 9 PM CET, on October 8, 2021, with https://ringr.com/ego (Ringr app).. Editing and post-production was done with the https://alitu.com/?fp_ref=egonetcast (podcast maker, Alitu). Support this podcast

McNeil & Parkins Show
Mark Grote was mere FEET away from Aaron Rodgers' declaration (Hour 2)

McNeil & Parkins Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 38:54


In the second hour, Danny Parkins and Matt Spiegel welcomed on WBBM sideline reporter and Score host Mark Grote to break down the Bears' 24-14 loss to the Packers on Sunday. Specifically, the guys wanted to know all the details from Grote about what it was like to be mere feet away from Packers star quarterback Aaron Rodgers when he screamed "I still own you" at the Soldier Field crowd. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Declaration Church Weekly Messages
Frontlines | Week 2 | Pastor John Sherrill

Declaration Church Weekly Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 41:25


We are so happy that you have joined us today! We would love to help you take the next step in following Christ. If you would like to talk to a pastor, please fill out a connection card right here: https://rb.gy/v5hyi3. If you feel led to give to the ministries of Declaration please follow this link: www.declaration.org/give. If you have any questions about the ministries of Declaration please email, hello@declaration.org. God bless you and have a great week!

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor’s Journey
Peter Allen Vogt - Actor and Comedian on Weight Loss, Jealousy, and the Need to Reinvent Ourselves as Artists

Why I'll Never Make It - An Actor’s Journey

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 56:41


As an actor, one of the more difficult attitudes for me to manage is that of jealousy, and an elevated sense of competition for roles and even status in this industry. I've particularly noticed this as theater is opening up again after the long pandemic shutdown and other actors, not me, are back onstage again. My guest today, Peter Allen Vogt, is a talented actor in his own right but has struggled with this as well from time to time, especially considering he has a well-known identical twin who is also an actor and comedian.  Sign up for the monthly WINMI Newsletter on the WINMI website - http://whyillnevermakeit.com  I first got to know Peter Allen Vogt working for Disney. Both he and I worked at Tokyo Disney as well as the theme park in Orlando. He has since moved on to Universal out in Los Angeles, and he is also appeared in such TV shows as Hannah Montana, Parks and Recreation, and American Horror Story. But our first love is still theater. Whether it's classic shows or new musicals, Peter brings a larger than life quality to all of his roles. In fact, his size has been one of Peter‘s notable characteristics for many years. In our conversation today he shares his weight loss journey and what that has meant for his career. But first we talk about what keeps Peter going and the longevity of his career as well as the importance of surrounding yourself with those who support and nurture you as an artist. Final Five episode - https://youtu.be/HwiOlNZQVC0 Topics and people covered in this episode: Streetmosphere - street performers in the various Disney theme parks who don't have a theater or a home, but rather perform in the street for guests as they pass by. 1776 - a Broadway musical from 1969 with music and lyrics by Sherman Edwards and a book by Peter Stone, based on the events leading up to the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Grumpy Old Men - a new musical with book by Dan Remmes, music by Neil Berg, and lyrics by Nick Meglin (adapted from the Warner Bros. motion picture written by Mark Steven Johnson). Cathy Rigby - Olympic gymnast, theater actress and producer Glenn Casale - director, actor, and writer; former Artistic Director of Sacramento Music Circus Mark Jacoby - Broadway and TV/film actor Blake Hammond - stage and screen actor Ken Page - longtime musical theater performer on stage and screen Michael Kostroff - stage and screen actor who was a WINMI podcast guest back in Season One Actors' Co-Op Theater - began in 1987 with a dozen actors and operates two 99-seat Equity-approved theatres on the campus of First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood. Chicago City Limits - New York's long running award-winning and critically-acclaimed comedy revue that started in 1977 and relocated from Chicago to New York in 1979.  Fellowship! - a musical parody stage play based on The Fellowship of the Ring by J.R.R. Tolkien's, with book by Kelly Holden-Bashar & Joel McCrary and music by Allen Simpson ---------- Follow Peter - Instagram / Twitter  Support WINMI and get access to Members-Only Episodes on Supercast. Check out Artist Resources and follow WINMI on Instagram or Twitter. Why I'll Never Make It is a Top 25 Theater Podcast on Feedspot, and is also a part of Helium Radio Network and a member of the Broadway Makers Alliance.  Music in the episode by Blue Dot Sessions is used under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

TonioTimeDaily
The World Association for Sexual Health (WAS) Declaration of Sexual Rights

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 51:37


"Sexual Rights Are Human Rights For women and girls, the right to control their own bodies and their sexuality without any form of discrimination, coercion, or violence is critical for their empowerment. Without sexual rights, they cannot realize their rights to self-determination and autonomy, nor can they control other aspects of their lives. Indeed it is the attempts to control women's and girls' sexuality that result in many of the human rights abuses they face on a daily basis, including gender-based violence, forced marriage, female genital mutilation, and limitations on their mobility, dress, education, employment, and participation in public life. The same holds true for lesbians, gay men, bisexual people, transgender people, sex workers, and others who transgress sexual and gender norms and who face greater risk of violence, stigma, and discrimination as a result. It is clear: sexual rights underpin the enjoyment of all other human rights and are a prerequisite for equality and justice. At the global level, there is great debate about whether or how to define sexual rights. IWHC believes in order to overcome some of the political barriers to the recognition, respect for, protection, and fulfillment of sexual rights we need to clarify what they are. IWHC, in collaboration with other leading human rights and sexual health organizations, have developed the following working definition of sexual rights: Sexual rights embrace certain human rights that are already recognized in national laws, international human rights documents, and other consensus documents. They rest on the recognition that all individuals have the right—free of coercion, violence, and discrimination of any kind—to the highest attainable standard of sexual health; to pursue a satisfying, safe, and pleasurable sexual life; to have control over and decide freely, and with due regard for the rights of others, on matters related to their sexuality, reproduction, sexual orientation, bodily integrity, choice of partner, and gender identity; and to the services, education, and information, including comprehensive sexuality education, necessary to do so. Other definitions, such as the World Health Organization working definition, make the link between sexual rights and existing human rights that are critical to the realization of sexual health, and includes: the rights to equality and non-discrimination; the right to be free from torture or to cruel, inhumane or degrading treatment or punishment; the right to privacy; the rights to the highest attainable standard of health (including sexual health); the right to marry and to found a family and enter into marriage with free and full consent of the intending spouses, and to equality in and at the dissolution of marriage; the right to decide the number and spacing of one's children; the rights to information and education; the rights to freedom of opinion and expression; and the right to an effective remedy for violations of fundamental rights." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

Dialogues with Richard Reeves
Nick Gillespie on canceling yourself

Dialogues with Richard Reeves

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 71:47


What does “cancel culture” really mean, and how big a problem is it? Nick Gillespie, editor at large at Reason, has given these questions more thought than most. Nick is one of the leading lights of libertarian public intellectual life, and just wrote an essay, “Self-Cancellation, Deplatforming, and Censorship” that we dig into here. Nick is worried about the shift towards censorship in politics, in our organizations, including corporations, and in our own lives. We differ on whether the problem is more personal or political, but in the end we do agree that a healthy liberal culture is one that welcomes a robust exchange of diverse views. Along the way, we get into Nick's particular beef with Facebook, some similarities in our backgrounds as journalists, and how his view of the world has some Marxist traces.  Nick Gillespie Nick is an editor at large at Reason, the libertarian magazine and host of The Reason Interview with Nick Gillespie. “Nick Gillespie is to libertarianism what Lou Reed is to rock ‘n' roll, the quintessence of its outlaw spirit,” wrote Robert Draper in The New York Times Magazine. A two-time finalist for digital National Magazine Awards, Nick is co-author, with Matt Welch, of The Declaration of Independents: How Libertarian Politics Can Fix What's Wrong With America (2012). More Gillespie  “Self-Cancellation, Deplatforming, and Censorship” (Sep 2021) The Reason Interview with Nick Gillespie (including his latest here with Steven Pinker) “A Different Approach to Anti-Racism” (Nov 2021) “From Russiagate to the MyPillow Guy, Let's Stop With Electoral Conspiracy Theories” (Sep 2021) Also mentioned My Guardian essay, “Capitalism used to promise a better future. Can it still do that?” The narrator of Adam Thirlwell's 2015 novel Lurid and Cute exclaims of capitalism: “‘Late? It had only just got started!” (I quote the line here). Nick's podcast with Steven Pinker in how “Rationality Has Made Us Richer, Kinder, and More Free” I mentioned Abigail Shrier's controversial 2020 book, Irreversible Damage: Teenage Girls and the Transgender Craze. (Nick's had Abigail on his podcast). Nick mentioned Common Sense with Bari Weiss, on Substack I referred to MIT's cancelation of University of Chicago professor Dorian Abbot who was to give the prestigious Carlson Lecture, which is devoted to 'new results in climate science'. Now Princeton is hosting it online instead.  I quoted John Stuart Mill from On Liberty: ““Society can and does execute its own mandates: and if it issues wrong mandates instead of right, or any mandates at all in things with it ought not to meddle, it practices a social tyranny more formidable than many kinds of political oppression, since, though not usually upheld by such extreme penalties, it leaves fewer means of escape, penetrating much more deeply into the details of life, and enslaving the soul itself.””  Nick mentioned Michel Foucault's Discipline and Punish, published in 1975. I mentioned Bernard Williams's last book: Truth and Truthfulness: An Essay in Genealogy (2004); I also wrote an essay in truthfulness drawing heavily on Williams, “Lies and honest mistakes” (July 2021) The Dialogues Team  Creator: Richard Reeves Research: Ashleigh Maciolek Artwork: George Vaughan Thomas Tech Support: Cameron Hauver-Reeves Music: "Remember" by Bencoolen (thanks for the permission, guys!)

100 Things we learned from film
Episode 52 - The Stone of Destiny

100 Things we learned from film

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 109:38


This week as we continue our ScotchToberFest month we are bringing you History! Culture! and True events!We are learning about the True story of the group of young Scots that Liberated The Stone of Scone from the clutches of the terrible English.This week we are joined by Ian from Cult Connections. He knows a thing or two about Arbroath, Tax on Beer and why must films lie to us!Cult Connections is the podcast that finds the links between all kinds of film, TV, books and more. From cult classics to major blockbusters they have everything covered. So if you want to hear about the evolution of the zombie film, the obvious and not so obvious screen versions of Spiderman or three films featuring the "other fellas" then this is the place for you. Join your host Ian) and a different guest every episode as we explore some Cult Connections!Twitter: @ConnectionsCultPodchaser: https://www.podchaser.com/podcasts/cult-connections-1781121---Stone of Destiny is a 2008 Scottish-Canadian historical adventure/comedy film written and directed by Charles Martin Smith and starring Charlie Cox, Billy Boyd, Robert Carlyle, and Kate Mara. Based on real events, the film tells the story of the removal of the Stone of Scone from Westminster Abbey. The stone, supposedly the Stone of Jacob over which Scottish monarchs were traditionally crowned at Scone in Perthshire, was taken by King Edward I of England in 1296 and placed under the throne at Westminster Abbey in London. In 1950, a group of Scottish nationalist students succeeded in liberating it from Westminster Abbey and returning it to Scotland where it was placed symbolically at Arbroath Abbey, the site of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath and an important site in the Scottish nationalist cause.Filming began in June 2007 in various locations throughout Scotland, Wales and England.[1] The filmmakers were given rare access to shoot scenes inside Westminster Abbey.[2] The film was premiered at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, Scotland on 21 June 2008.[3] The film closed the 33rd Annual Toronto International Film Festival on 13 September 2008;[4][5] and was presented at The Hampton's International Film Festival in the United States.[6] The film was released in the United Kingdom on 10 October 2008 and in Canada on 20 February 2009.[7]Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/100things)

Village SquareCast
Our Declaration with Dr. Danielle Allen

Village SquareCast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 69:17


This program is part of the Created Equal and Breathing Free podcast series presented in partnership with Florida Humanities. Join us for a conversation with very special guest Dr. Danielle Allen — Harvard Professor, classicist, and political scientist, and the author of “Our Declaration,” a book about this critical moment in the future of building a multiracial democracy. At a time when the future of American democracy is under threat from across the political spectrum — when a disturbingly high number of citizens seem to no longer believe in the American project — Dr. Allen's body of work “thrillingly affirms the continuing relevance of America's founding text, ultimately revealing what democracy actually means and what it asks of us.” Part democracy's orator and part its master mechanic, Dr. Allen is uniquely equipped to guide us to the other side of our current crisis of faith in democracy. Dr. Allen's contributions to this moment in history are tangible and impactful — she recently co-chaired the comprehensive report Our Common Purpose: Reinventing American Democracy for the 21st Century.  Find Danielle Allen's piece “How the Declaration of Independence Offers a Roadmap to a Better Union” in the Spring 2020 “Democracy Edition” of Forum Magazine (begins on page 22). Join us for this important conversation about our future you won't soon forget, facilitated by Dr. Nashid Madyun, Executive Director of Florida Humanities. 

Ojai: Talk of the Town
Attica Prison Riots 50 Years On With Ojai's Lenny Klaif

Ojai: Talk of the Town

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 59:46


In September 1971, Lenny Klaif was a third-year law student at the University of Iowa, when he took up the cause of prisoner rights in the tragic aftermath of the Attica Prison Riots. Klaif had graduated from the University of Buffalo, mere miles from the prison. Four days into the riots, New York Governor Nelson Rockefeller sent in the state troopers, and in a hail of bullets, killed 43 people, including 10 prison guards. It took 30 years before the lawsuits and legal actions were concluded, and Klaif was in the middle of it, getting to know such seminal characters like Frank "Big Black" Smith, who was appointed security chief by his fellow prisoners, Howard Kunstler, the tenacious civil rights lawyer, and Liz Fink, the indefatigable attorney for the Attica Brothers. Klaif, hired by the ACLU, is proud to note that "I was the lowest paid lawyer in my graduating class." The riots sparked a flash point in American history, between civil rights activists and the "law and order" forces that twice elected Richard Nixon. In Klaif's experience, the legal defense proved an organizing purpose for the prisoners, most of whom never returned to a life of crime. Klaif discusses the heady historical moment with a panoply of colorful characters and his role in it. We did not discuss the Armenian genocide, Venus flytraps or Albert Spalding's baseball innovations. Declaration to the People of America, Read by Elliott James "L.D." Barkley, September 9, 1971: We are men! We are not beasts and we do not intend to be beaten or driven as such. The entire prison populace, that means each and every one of us here, have set forth to change forever the ruthless brutalization and disregard for the lives of the prisoners here and throughout the United States. What has happened here is but the sound before the fury of those who are oppressed. We will not compromise on any terms except those terms that are agreeable to us. We've called upon all the conscientious citizens of America to assist us in putting an end to this situation that threatens the lives of not only us, but of each and every one of you, as well.

Steve Deace Show
It's Not Hypocrisy. It's Worse | Guest: Davis Younts | 10/12/21

Steve Deace Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 95:22


Steve discusses the recent woke cancellation of former Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden and why it's not necessarily an example of hypocrisy, but of something much worse. Then, military defense attorney Davis Younts joins the program to discuss his efforts to help servicemen in the nation's armed forces find recourse for vaccine mandates. In Hour Two, Steve has a 21st-century flair to the Declaration of Independence for Fake News or Not. Pop Culture Tuesday is a review of the new Netflix show "Midnight Mass." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Sequelisers
Season 9 Episode 2 - National Treasure Book Of Secrets

Sequelisers

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 159:17


We're gonna steal the Declaration of Independence. Sorry, no, we're going to fix National Treasure: Book of Secrets. That's right, we're finally tackling a Nicolas Cage movie! Sponsors: Podgo: https://podgo.co/ Audible: https://audibletrial.com/sequel Saturday 30th October 2021 live stream featuring Em from Verbal Diorama: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXH7Pqw4bk4&ab_channel=Sequelisers Website: https://www.sequelisers.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/sequelisers Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sequelisers/ Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC4n0WYAzHA6kSOgbL2CO0nQ Music by Daniel Williams.

Idaho Matters
Unpacking the Declaration of Independence's anti-Native American sentiments

Idaho Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 18:44


For the first time this year, the Biden administration made Indigenous People's Day an official federal holiday. To mark it, we want to take a look at a little known part of the Declaration of Independence. Specifically, a part that showed the founding father's very clear anti-Native American sentiments enshrined in one of founding documents.

Declaration Church Weekly Messages
Frontlines | Week 1 | Pastor Blaine St. Germain

Declaration Church Weekly Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 29:24


We are so happy that you have joined us today! We would love to help you take the next step in following Christ. If you would like to talk to a pastor, please fill out a connection card right here: https://rb.gy/v5hyi3. If you feel led to give to the ministries of Declaration please follow this link: www.declaration.org/give. If you have any questions about the ministries of Declaration please email, hello@declaration.org. God bless you and have a great week!

Lynn Cullen Live
Mon., October 11 Episode

Lynn Cullen Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 61:07


"'Excuse me Founding Fathers, but if “all men are created equal”, then how do the people who greeted Europeans as they came to these shores, how are they reduced to being “merciless savages”? Are they not equal?' - Lynn Cullen on "merciless Indian savages' being included in the Declaration of Independence"

Top Priority | Ideas for Human Flourishing
045 Top Priority Podcast | Book: Get Out of Control

Top Priority | Ideas for Human Flourishing

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 41:01


Show: 045 Top Priority Podcast | Book: Get Out of ControlHost: Duane Lester, Director of Issue Education, Grassroots Leadership AcademyGuests: Neil Chilson, Senior Research Fellow, Technology and Innovation at Stand TogetherNeil Chilson, the senior research fellow for technology and innovation at Stand Together, launched his book, Getting Out of Control: Emergent Leadership in a Complex World, on September 23rd. A frequent guest on Top Priority, he joins us again to discuss his book.Our Vision:We break barriers that stand in the way of people realizing their potential. This moves our society toward one of mutual benefit, where people succeed by helping others improve their lives.History demonstrates people are capable of extraordinary things when they have the opportunity to learn, contribute, and succeed. We can transform society by breaking the internal and external barriers that prevent people from realizing their potential, enabling all people to improve their lives and find fulfillment by helping others do the same.This vision is guided by the following mutually reinforcing principles: Equal Rights A system of equal rights—articulated in the Declaration of Independence—requires respect for the dignity of all people and equality under the law. Mutual Benefit When the values and laws of society respect the dignity of individuals and uphold their rights, people succeed by creating value for others, motivating them to assist rather than harm one another. Openness Equal rights and mutual benefit foster openness by allowing the free movement of ideas, resources and people that generate knowledge, innovation, and opportunity, fueling progress throughout society. Self-Actualization For such a society to exist, its key institutions—education, communities, business, government—remove rather than erect barriers to people realizing their potential and finding fulfillment.  As more people have the opportunity to use their unique talents to succeed by helping others improve their lives, society flourishes. To realize this vision, we strive to build movements of millions by inspiring and equipping principled social-change entrepreneurs to bring us closer to a society of mutual benefit by eliminating injustice of all kinds. We stand by our principles at whatever cost, with a commitment to unite with anybody willing to dedicate themselves to any of these goals.Recognizing the magnitude of the task, our efforts are guided by a heightened sense of urgency.  We are committed to continually transforming ourselves and our organizations, constantly experimenting, learning and innovating. As we improve and add to our capabilities, new opportunities open, which point to the need for additional capabilities, and so on, in never-ending cycles of improvement and human betterment.Stand Together Website 

Happy Hour with Julie and Liz
Ep. 69: Julie and Liz talk to Jeffrey Tucker of the Brownstone Institute about Covid and The Great Barrington Declaration

Happy Hour with Julie and Liz

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 75:34


Julie and Liz talk to Jeffrey Tucker of the Brownstone Institute about Covid and The Great Barrington Declaration: one year later. The Brownstone Institute Jeffrey Tucker Follow Jeffrey on Twitter

Today in the Word Devotional

Have you ever wondered why we set off fireworks on the Fourth of July? The tradition goes back to the start of America’s nationhood. In 1777, one year after the Declaration of Independence was signed, the anniversary was celebrated in Philadelphia with a parade, speeches, and fireworks. Boston was the first city to declare July 4th an official holiday in 1783. Congress finally made it a national holiday in 1870. Even before it took place, the Passover was declared by God to be Month One Year One on Israel’s calendar (vv. 2, 14). The tenth day would be their Independence Day! Passover was the flip side of the tenth plague: The Egyptian firstborn would die—”judgment on all the gods of Egypt” (v. 12)—but God had determined that the Israelites would live. Because they sacrificed a lamb and put its blood on their doorposts, the angel of death would “pass over” that house and spare the family inside (vv. 7, 13). The lamb would then be roasted and served as the main dish of the Passover meal. Bread without yeast was another symbolic part of that meal (v. 15). No yeast indicated haste or hurry, that is, how quickly the Egyptians wanted them gone! The absence of yeast also came to signify holiness, purity, or consecration. Moses proclaimed Passover as a national holiday, to be celebrated in the future in the Promised Land (vv. 24–27). This declaration was an act of faith—Moses trusted completely that what God said would happen. And his obedience matched his faith. He told the elders of Israel to “go at once” to carry out the instructions (vv. 21–23). The Israelites would remember, through the ages, the mighty work of God on their behalf. That’s why Jewish people still celebrate Passover today! >> Just as the Israelites were saved by a lamb’s blood, so we are saved by the blood of Christ (1 Cor. 5:7). If you’ve never done so, we urge you to trust Him for your salvation!

Bullpen Science
168: Declaration of Intent

Bullpen Science

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 23:08


Wisdom For The Heart
Christ's Threefold Declaration about Himself

Wisdom For The Heart

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 26:00


Lift + Love
Our Mother‘s Knew It - Part 2 of ”Declaration of their Divinity” - Eternal Nature

Lift + Love

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 46:06


Because of our petitioning the Lord we have been taught some beautiful truths about our LGBTQ children.  This is the second part of the series - "Declaration of their Divinity", a six part podcast series, talking about the truths that we and hundreds of mom's have learned and shared in this sacred calling. In this episode Allison and Jenie talk with TJ who is a licensed clinical therapist practicing in Draper Utah (Instagram).  Tj is a gay LDS therapist who attended BYU and USC and hosts our Lift + Love monthly teenage/young support groups.   Declaration of Divinity - 2 - Eternal Nature Understanding and honoring our child's sexuality and gender is critical for their mental, physical, emotional and spiritual health. Their identity permeates all aspects of their spirit and is not limited to their sexuality or orientation. President Nelson's - "Your Body: A Magnificent Gift to Cherish" Join us for any of our monthly Lift+Love Support Groups - link sign up at Lift+Love Support . If you would like some personal help on how to do this please sign up for a free consult with Jenie at Jenie Hunter Coaching www.jeniehuntercoaching.com. For additional support and help please reach out to us on our IG accounts at Lift+Love and Jenie Hunter Coaching    

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
The American Idea: “Is it a Crime for a U.S. Citizen to Vote?” with Natalie Taylor | Documents and Debates (#11)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021


Jeff welcomes Natalie Taylor, Associate Professor of Political Science at Skidmore College, to the show for a conversation on Susan B. Anthony’s “Is it a Crime for a U.S. Citizen to Vote?” Their conversation explores how to understand the Constitution’s relationship to the Declaration of Independence, the history of women’s suffrage during the nineteenth century, […]

TonioTimeDaily
Sexual and reproductive health and rights or SRHR

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 77:24


"Subsequently, WAS made some revisions to the Valencia Declaration and proposed a WAS Declaration of Sexual Rights which was approved by the General Assembly at the 14th World Congress of Sexology (Hong Kong, 1999). The WAS adopted the Declaration of Sexual Rights, which originally included 11 sexual rights. It was heavily revised and expanded in March 2014 by the WAS Advisory Council to include 16 sexual rights:[18] The right to equality and non-discrimination The right to life, liberty and security of the person The right to autonomy and bodily integrity The right to be free from torture and cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment The right to be free from all forms of violence and coercion The right to privacy The right to the highest attainable standard of health, including sexual health; with the possibility of pleasurable, satisfying, and safe sexual experiences The right to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress and its application The right to information The right to education and the right to comprehensive sexuality education The right to enter, form, and dissolve marriage and similar types of relationships based on equality and full and free consent The right to decide whether to have children, the number and spacing of children, and to have the information and the means to do so The right to the freedom of thought, opinion, and expression The right to freedom of association and peaceful assembly The right to participation in public and political life The right to access to justice, remedies, and redress." "Sexual health The World Health Organization[13] defines sexual health as: "Sexual health is a state of physical, mental and social well-being in relation to sexuality. It requires a positive and respectful approach to sexuality and sexual relationships, as well as the possibility of having pleasurable and safe sexual experiences, free of coercion, discrimination and violence." "This Declaration influenced The Yogyakarta Principles (which were launched as a set of international principles relating to sexual orientation and gender identity on 26 March 2007), especially on the idea of each person's integrity, and right to sexual and reproductive health.[19] In 2015 the U.S. government said it would begin using the term "sexual rights" in discussions of human rights and global development." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

Declaration Church Weekly Messages
Breath | Week 4 | Pastor John Sherrill

Declaration Church Weekly Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 34:03


We are so happy that you have joined us today! We would love to help you take the next step in following Christ. If you would like to talk to a pastor, please fill out a connection card right here: https://rb.gy/v5hyi3. If you feel led to give to the ministries of Declaration please follow this link: www.declaration.org/give. If you have any questions about the ministries of Declaration please email, hello@declaration.org. God bless you and have a great week!

PragerU: Five-Minute Videos
Thomas Jefferson and Equality: Making America

PragerU: Five-Minute Videos

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 6:46


“All men are created equal…” So says the Declaration of Independence, eloquently penned by Thomas Jefferson. But how do we reconcile the obvious contradiction between Jefferson's words about freedom and his actions as a slave owner? Dinesh D'Souza answers this question. Download the PragerU app today! Prageru.com/join

The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers (76ers) Podcast
Embiid's Ether, Sixers Simmons War Declaration, Pre-Season Look Ahead

The Rights To Ricky Sanchez: The Sixers (76ers) Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 65:03


Joel Embiid reacted strongly to Ben Simmons' claim that he needs a team built around him. We discuss that, the Sixers decision not to pay him, if Morey knows a Lillard demand is on the horizon, this week's preseason games, and what we'd like to see out of Tyrese Maxey, before hitting an entertaining mailbag.   Vote on which Ricky shirt we should reprint here: https://www.rightstorickysanchez.com/reprint-a-ricky Join our Bark in the Park team or donate here: https://secure.qgiv.com/event/bark2021/team/884057/   The Rights To Ricky Sanchez is presented by Draft Kings Sportsbook. Get 20% off your first By Nature order at Chewy or Amazon with the code 20RTRS. LL Pavorsky Jewelers is where Mike gets engaged. Get 9.1% off your first order at Kinetic Skateboarding with code DAVESILVER. Stateside Vodka is the official sponsor of the Corner Three newsletter.

The Z Blog Power Hour
EP 204 Declaration Deep Dive

The Z Blog Power Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 60:01


A dissident dive into the declaration

She Believed He Could
HEY GRL. Speak God's Promises, Will, and Truth w/ Felica Thomas [Pt. 2]

She Believed He Could

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 19:37


Welcome back, Sis!! You are listening to a continuation of this episode of the step #4 of the "HEY GRL. Mind Your mindset!" series.Love what She Believed He Could is doing? https://www.buymeacoffee.com/SBHCThis episode was so like God! During this episode we had the honor of speaking with Felica Thomas, Public Speaker + Founder of 4HisGlorySpeak."She Believed He Could course correct!" - Felica ThomasStep #4. God's promises, will, and truth over your life.Text Reference: ”This is why the fulfillment of God's promise depends entirely on trusting God and His way, and the. Simply embracing Him and what He does.” - Romans 4:16-On this episode, we had the honor of talking with Felica Thomas as she makes her declaration of faith, "She Believed He Could Course Correct!" - Have you ever prayed for the plans that God has for you, to only be given the power of choice and you decide what you want after all? Felica talks about the humanity of ministry and how sometimes we choose to walk in feelings rather than faith. How the path of longevity, suffering, and sacrifice has never felt/looked good to flesh (mankind) but often times that's where God is leading us from. All that to say, Felica didn't always feel what she spoke out and unto His people, but yet she kept the faith!Hallelujah!!Press play to hear more about Felica and if you find yourself identifying with her story or this season of her life. Be sure to connect with her at the links below. Instagram: https: https://www.instagram.com/4hisgloryspeak/Connect YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChGXMAwB7qbjFrKoW5ELrVQConnect with 4HisGlorySpeak Blog: https://4hisgloryspeak.weebly.com

Conversations with Catt The Podcast
EP 76: Evolution of the American Dream

Conversations with Catt The Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 17:38


Last week I referenced that the American Dream has changed from owning land and a home to owning a business. I was wrong. In researching more about the subject I discovered the original American Dream was “the pursuit of happiness”. It's written right into our Declaration of Independence. Today I'll take you on the roller coaster ride of the ethos of the American Dream plus share our personal family experience of owning a business.Apply to the Confident Living Program --- CLICK HERE!Episode Links:American Dream Snapshot - PDFHosmer King & Royce LLC - WebsiteAtlas Shrugged - SparkNotesThe Great Gatsby - SparkNotesThe Declaration of Independence - National Archives Show links:Patreon - Support the PodcastThe Ellis FundContact CattSpecial Thanks & CreditsAdelino Mendes - Audio Editing & Website Design (Branson, MO)Cassie Potts - Podcast Production (Springfield, MO)Kenneth Peterson - Graphic Design (Chicago, IL)Music Credit: Spirited Away by Gyom

The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg

The revolution won't be televised, but it will be broadcast to the world on today's long-awaited Remnant, in which Jonah is joined by Revolutions podcast host and fellow history obsessive Mike Duncan. Over an exceptionally nerdy hour, they explore how Mike prepares for his podcast, whether America's ghastly political situation really does resemble the decline of the Roman Republic, and why even Hamilton can't convince the French to love the Marquis de Lafayette. They also dig as deeply into revolutionary history as you'd expect, comparing the French and American revolutions and discussing how studying the Haitian revolution transformed Mike's outlook. Stay tuned for the references to Burke, Marx, and Yuval Levin sprinkled throughout.   Show Notes: -Revolutions -Mike's new book on Lafayette, Hero of Two Worlds -Smith's Theory of Moral Sentiments -Samuel Rawson Gardner's history of the English Civil War -Christopher Hill on the English Revolution -The great man theory of history -The March of Folly, by Barbara Tuchman -A Time to Build, for all of you bingo card holders -Reflections on the Revolution in France -Irving Kristol: “The American Revolution as a Successful Revolution” -Mike breaks down the Haitian Revolution -Pauline Maier on the Declaration of Independence -The Storm Before the Storm -Jonah: “This Was Always the Plan” -Government by rabble-rousing See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Declaration Church Weekly Messages
Breath | Week 3 | Pastor John Sherrill

Declaration Church Weekly Messages

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 33:40


We are so happy that you have joined us today! We would love to help you take the next step in following Christ. If you would like to talk to a pastor, please fill out a connection card right here: https://rb.gy/v5hyi3. If you feel led to give to the ministries of Declaration please follow this link: www.declaration.org/give. If you have any questions about the ministries of Declaration please email, hello@declaration.org. God bless you and have a great week!

She Believed He Could
HEY GRL. Step #4. Speak God's Promises, Will, and Truth w/ Felica Thomas [Pt. 1]

She Believed He Could

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 29:49


Audio Fanfic Pod
XF: Tipsy Declaration By smalldisbeliever

Audio Fanfic Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 6:42


Story: Tipsy Declarations Author: smalldisbeliever Rating: GA Site link: https://archiveofourown.org/works/26568340 Read by: kristinsauter Summary: Scully calls Mulder late after a night out drinking and lets him know how she really feels about him. Set late season 1. Used by the author's permission. The characters in these works are not the property of the Audio Fanfic Podcast or the author and are not being posted for profit.

Five Minutes in the Word
August 25, 2021. Job's Declaration of Faith. Job 29:21-29.

Five Minutes in the Word

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 9:51


9/25/21. Five Minutes in the Word scriptures for today, Job 19:21-29. Job declares that he knows his Redeemer lives! Resources: Enduring Word commentary; Faithlife Study Bible; and/or Matthew Henry commentary. #fiveminutesintheword; #dailydevotional; @MinutesWord. Listen however you hear podcast including: Apple podcast; Spotify; Tune-in Radio; Goodpods; Stitcher; and many others!! Leave a review, follow, & like on Twitter @MinutesWord; Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hhwmylesscott/. Financial support is welcome at https://anchor.fm/esbc-webmaster --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/esbc-webmaster/support

The Covexit.com Podcast
Canadian Dr. Ira Bernstein Talks about the Recent Rome Summit & the Related San Juan & CCCA Declarations

The Covexit.com Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2021 61:36


This interview of Dr. Ira Bernstein, from Toronto, Canada, is about the recent International Covid Summit held in Rome, which gathered medical doctors from all over the world to discuss and promote early outpatient treatment. The San Jan (Puerto Rico) Declaration, presented at the summit is also discussed, so is the recent COVID-19 Declaration by the Canadian Covid Care Alliance (CCCA).You can find the text of the Rome Declaration at:http://doctorsandscientistsdeclaration.org/and the text of the CCCA Declaration at:https://covexit.com/covid-19-declaration-issued-by-the-canadian-covid-care-alliance/More news & policy analysis at http://covexit.com

Top Priority | Ideas for Human Flourishing
044 Top Priority Podcast | AFPF vs. Bonta

Top Priority | Ideas for Human Flourishing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 23:47


Show: 044 Top Priority Podcast | AFPF v. BontaHost: Duane Lester, Director of Issue Education, Grassroots Leadership AcademyGuests: Casey Mattox, Vice President, Legal and Judicial Strategy at Americans for Prosperity Foundation, Senior Fellow, Free Speech and Peace at Charles Koch InstituteToday's top priority is free expression. Specifically, the Supreme Court case AFPF vs. Bonta. Our guest today is Casey Mattox. He's the Vice President, Legal and Judicial Strategy at Americans for Prosperity Senior Fellow, Free Speech and Peace at Charles Koch Institute.Our Vision:We break barriers that stand in the way of people realizing their potential. This moves our society toward one of mutual benefit, where people succeed by helping others improve their lives.History demonstrates people are capable of extraordinary things when they have the opportunity to learn, contribute, and succeed. We can transform society by breaking the internal and external barriers that prevent people from realizing their potential, enabling all people to improve their lives and find fulfillment by helping others do the same.This vision is guided by the following mutually reinforcing principles: Equal Rights A system of equal rights—articulated in the Declaration of Independence—requires respect for the dignity of all people and equality under the law. Mutual Benefit When the values and laws of society respect the dignity of individuals and uphold their rights, people succeed by creating value for others, motivating them to assist rather than harm one another. Openness Equal rights and mutual benefit foster openness by allowing the free movement of ideas, resources and people that generate knowledge, innovation, and opportunity, fueling progress throughout society. Self-Actualization For such a society to exist, its key institutions—education, communities, business, government—remove rather than erect barriers to people realizing their potential and finding fulfillment.  As more people have the opportunity to use their unique talents to succeed by helping others improve their lives, society flourishes. To realize this vision, we strive to build movements of millions by inspiring and equipping principled social-change entrepreneurs to bring us closer to a society of mutual benefit by eliminating injustice of all kinds. We stand by our principles at whatever cost, with a commitment to unite with anybody willing to dedicate themselves to any of these goals.Recognizing the magnitude of the task, our efforts are guided by a heightened sense of urgency.  We are committed to continually transforming ourselves and our organizations, constantly experimenting, learning and innovating. As we improve and add to our capabilities, new opportunities open, which point to the need for additional capabilities, and so on, in never-ending cycles of improvement and human betterment.Stand Together Website 

Law Talk With Epstein, Yoo & Senik
Ask the Professors!

Law Talk With Epstein, Yoo & Senik

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 61:25


Professors Richard Epstein and John Yoo are kicking off the fall semester with a bang, as they invite classroom participation in the form of questions from Law Talk listeners. On a wide-ranging episode, they cover the controversies over the Texas and Mississippi abortion laws, the crisis on the southern border, vaccine mandates, and a smattering of questions on everything from long-dead Supreme Court justices to the possibility of a new constitutional convention to revising the Declaration of Independence. You'll hear all the wisdom and insight you've come to expect from the professors plus a potentially career-ending gaffe from our intrepid moderator, who assures us he will submit to the Montreal Cognitive Assessment.

WallBuilders Live! with David Barton & Rick Green
The General Welfare, The Confederate Flag, The Declaration, And More - On Foundations Of Freedom

WallBuilders Live! with David Barton & Rick Green

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 27:00


Lift + Love
Our Mother‘s Knew It - Part One of ”Declaration of their Divinity”

Lift + Love

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 22:41


All mother's love and worry about their children.  But mother's of LGBTQ children spend a lot of time pleading with our Heavenly Parents and our Savior asking them to teach us about our LGBTQ children.  Who are they?  What is their purpose? Because of our petitioning the Lord we have been taught some beautiful truths about our LGBTQ children.  This is the first part of the series - "Declaration of their Divinity", a six part podcast series, talking about the truths that we and hundreds of mom's have learned and shared in this sacred calling. Declaration of their Divinity As mothers of LGBTQ children we testify to their divinity. It is our sacred responsibility to seek for and receive new understanding from our Heavenly Parents concerning the full measure of their creation. Join us for any of our monthly Lift+Love Support Groups - link sign up at Lift+Love Support . If you would like some personal help on how to do this please sign up for a free consult with Jenie at Jenie Hunter Coaching www.jeniehuntercoaching.com. For additional support and help please reach out to us on our IG accounts at Lift+Love and Jenie Hunter Coaching  

The News & Why It Matters
Ep 860 | PARTY OF LOVE? Libs LASH OUT at Trans & Black CA Gov Candidates | Guest: Stu Burguiere

The News & Why It Matters

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 45:06


California gubernatorial candidate Larry Elder was attacked by people throwing eggs at him ... while wearing a gorilla mask! Is this the party of "love?" Meanwhile, Elder's fellow candidate, Caitlyn Jenner, was also being bullied after doing an interview on CNN. The National Archives put a warning label over many founding documents, including the Declaration of Independence due to "harmful content." President Biden calls for multiple ex-Trump officials to step down from military advisory boards, but they're fighting back! And lastly, the DOJ plans to sue Texas over its new heartbeat law. Today's Sponsors: Secure your online data TODAY by visiting https://www.expressvpn.com/why and you can get an extra three months FREE. Using its proprietary app and laser bullet, iTarget Pro will allow you to safely practice with your actual firearm in the convenience, privacy, and safety of your own home. Right now, get 10% off PLUS FREE SHIPPING with the offer code NEWS at https://www.itargetpro.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices