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Best podcasts about legislate

Latest podcast episodes about legislate

Rational Boomer Podcast
THREE TIMES IS NOT A CHARM - RB652 - RATIONAL BOOMER PODCAST

Rational Boomer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 64:06


The Republicans tried three time to elect a Speaker of the House to no avail. This is the first time this has happened in one hundred years. The Republicans are embarrassed because if they can't agree on a Speaker how the hell are they going to Legislate? Let's get into it. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/rational-boomer/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rational-boomer/support

Truth Unbound with Walter Swaim
Indonesia's Premarital Sex Law - Can We Legislate Morality? [VIDEO]

Truth Unbound with Walter Swaim

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 14:34


Indonesia's Premarital Sex Law - Can We Legislate Morality? The largest Muslim nation, Indonesia, just passed a law outlawing premarital and extramarital sex for both citizens and foreigners in the country.  This has led to a lot of criticism worldwide. But it has also raised the question once again: can morality be legislated? Can you make laws that force people to behave right?  Can laws make people's hearts change? Dr. Walt Swaim will help bring clarity on this crucial issue from God's Word. Audio only & video on most podcast apps and at https://truthunbound.podbean.com Info@TruthUnbound.org https://truthunbound.org/ The book “To Be Clear: Proclaiming the Gospel in a Post-Truth World” is available at Amazon.com and at TruthUnbound.org Facebook: search for “Truth Unbound”

Truth Unbound with Walter Swaim
Indonesia's Premarital Sex Law - Can We Legislate Morality?

Truth Unbound with Walter Swaim

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 14:34


Indonesia's Premarital Sex Law - Can We Legislate Morality? The largest Muslim nation, Indonesia, just passed a law outlawing premarital and extramarital sex for both citizens and foreigners in the country.  This has led to a lot of criticism worldwide. But it has also raised the question once again: can morality be legislated? Can you make laws that force people to behave right?  Can laws make people's hearts change? Dr. Walt Swaim will help bring clarity on this crucial issue from God's Word. Audio only & video on most podcast apps and at https://truthunbound.podbean.com Info@TruthUnbound.org https://truthunbound.org/ The book “To Be Clear: Proclaiming the Gospel in a Post-Truth World” is available at Amazon.com and at TruthUnbound.org Facebook: search for “Truth Unbound”

Truth Unbound with Walter Swaim
Indonesia's Premarital Sex Law - Can We Legislate Morality? [VIDEO]

Truth Unbound with Walter Swaim

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 14:34


Indonesia's Premarital Sex Law - Can We Legislate Morality? The largest Muslim nation, Indonesia, just passed a law outlawing premarital and extramarital sex for both citizens and foreigners in the country.  This has led to a lot of criticism worldwide. But it has also raised the question once again: can morality be legislated? Can you make laws that force people to behave right?  Can laws make people's hearts change? Dr. Walt Swaim will help bring clarity on this crucial issue from God's Word. Audio only & video on most podcast apps and at https://truthunbound.podbean.com Info@TruthUnbound.org https://truthunbound.org/ The book “To Be Clear: Proclaiming the Gospel in a Post-Truth World” is available at Amazon.com and at TruthUnbound.org Facebook: search for “Truth Unbound”

Truth Unbound with Walter Swaim
Indonesia's Premarital Sex Law - Can We Legislate Morality?

Truth Unbound with Walter Swaim

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 14:34


Indonesia's Premarital Sex Law - Can We Legislate Morality? The largest Muslim nation, Indonesia, just passed a law outlawing premarital and extramarital sex for both citizens and foreigners in the country.  This has led to a lot of criticism worldwide. But it has also raised the question once again: can morality be legislated? Can you make laws that force people to behave right?  Can laws make people's hearts change? Dr. Walt Swaim will help bring clarity on this crucial issue from God's Word. Audio only & video on most podcast apps and at https://truthunbound.podbean.com Info@TruthUnbound.org https://truthunbound.org/ The book “To Be Clear: Proclaiming the Gospel in a Post-Truth World” is available at Amazon.com and at TruthUnbound.org Facebook: search for “Truth Unbound”

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Friday, December 9, 2022

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 29:15


This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.Part I (00:13 - 09:24) A Democratic Publicity Stunt Turned Into Huge Shift in Moral Landscape: Congress Passes ‘Respect for Marriage' ActI'm Proud to Protect Marriage as One of My Last Acts as Speaker by Washington Post (Nancy Pelosi)Part II (09:24 - 13:19) Am I a Christian Nationalist for Supporting Pro-Life Laws and Wanting Biblical Ethics in Voting Patterns? — Dr. Mohler Responds to Letters from Listeners of The BriefingPart III (13:19 - 16:16) How Much of Scripture's Commands Should Christians Seek to Legislate in Society? — Dr. Mohler Responds to Letters from Listeners of The BriefingPart IV (16:16 - 21:25) What is the Difference Between Protestants and Evangelicals? Should All Protestants Be Evangelicals? — Dr. Mohler Responds to Letters from Listeners of The BriefingPart V (21:25 - 25:32) What Exactly Do the Words ‘Heretic' and ‘Heresy' Mean? — Dr. Mohler Responds to Letters from Listeners of The BriefingPart VI (25:32 - 29:15) What Would It Mean for Christians If Scientists Found Life in the Sea on One of Jupiter's Moons? — Dr. Mohler Responds to Letters from a Seven-Year-Old Listener of The BriefingSign up to receive The Briefing in your inbox every weekday morning.Follow Dr. Mohler:Twitter | Instagram | Facebook | YouTubeFor more information on The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, go to sbts.edu.For more information on Boyce College, just go to BoyceCollege.com.To write Dr. Mohler or submit a question for The Mailbox, go here.

The Daily Article
Indonesia passes law criminalizing sex outside of marriage: Why trying to legislate morality is a mistake

The Daily Article

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2022 7:55


Raphael Warnock (D-Ga.) defeated Republican candidate Herschel Walker on Tuesday in Georgia's runoff to determine the Senate's last undecided seat. However, our government is not the only one making headlines today. Lawmakers in Indonesia unanimously passed a new criminal code that, among other things, made sex outside of marriage illegal. At a time when sexual morality in our culture continues to spiral further away from God's word, some may wish our government would do something similar—but that would be a mistake.  Please consider supporting Denison Forum today! Your gift will be matched by a generous $60,000 matching grant.  Author: Ryan Denison, PhD Narrator: Chris Elkins Subscribe: http://www.denisonforum.org/subscribe

9News Lunch Podcast
Deal done to legislate workplace reforms

9News Lunch Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2022 5:03


A snapshot of the latest stories from the 9News team including: Workplace reforms, a boost for koalas and the Davis Cup. ************************** Welcome to the 9News podcast. The biggest news stories in less than 5 minutes delivered three times a day, with reports from the 9News team across Australia and overseas. Subscribe now to make it part of your daily news diet.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SBS World News Radio
Plan to legislate work rights before Christmas

SBS World News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 4:56


A stalemate in the senate as the Albanese government attempts to pass a key Industrial Relations bill. The federal government seeks to convince the Greens and independent senator David Pocock to back their bill to get it passed before Christmas. Monday marked the beginning of the last two weeks of the parliamentary sitting calander for the year.

The Maverick Paradox Podcast
Podcasts as a research tool

The Maverick Paradox Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 19:36


In this episode Judith Germain speaks to Charles Brecque about how podcasts are a great way for businesses to do market research and find customers. They also discuss the benefits of using a podcast to build a brand that attracts customers and why business owners should use a podcast to find the friction that is concerning their customers. Charles is the founder and CEO of Legislate, a legal tech company which allows businesses to create lawyer-approved contracts on no legal budget. Listen to the converstion to discover why hosting a podcast is more than building a brand and how it can be a powerful market research tool for your business. Judith's websites:  The Maverick Paradox Magazine - themaverickparadox.com Company Website - maverickparadox.co.uk Judith's LinkedIn profile is here, her Twitter profile (MaverickMastery) is here, Facebook here and Instagram here.

CiscoChat Podcast
Episode 7: Enabling hybrid legislative & remote work with Davra

CiscoChat Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 20:43


In this month's episode, join Alfeo and Kevin for an insightful conversation and dive into the world of Legislate for Webex and redefining the future of public sector remote work for connected justice and hybrid voting assemblies…

The Great Exchange
Should We Legislate Morality?

The Great Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 33:02


In today's would, political conversations can be so toxic and devisive. As Christians, what should our attitude be about politics? Should we legislate morality? Join us in this conversation with Nathan Winters from the Family Policy Alliance.Join us weekly as we strive to exchange the lies we believe for the truth of God's word. Other ways to listen:https://linktr.ee/Thegreatexchange

Renewing Your Mind Minute with R.C. Sproul
Can Governments Legislate Morality?

Renewing Your Mind Minute with R.C. Sproul

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 3:40


"You can't legislate morality." Have you ever heard someone use that expression when talking about the role of the government? Today, R.C. Sproul responds to this statement, reminding us of the ethical role that God has established for civil rulers. A donor-supported outreach of Ligonier Ministries. Donate: https://gift.ligonier.org/1529/ultimately If this podcast has been a blessing to you, try these other podcasts from Ligonier: Renewing Your Mind: https://renewingyourmind.org/ 5 Minutes in Church History: https://www.5minutesinchurchhistory.com/ Ask Ligonier: https://ask.ligonier.org/podcast Open Book: https://openbookpodcast.com/ Simply Put: https://simplyputpodcast.com/ The Westminster Shorter Catechism with Sinclair Ferguson: https://www.ligonier.org/learn/articles/westminster-shorter-catechism/ Luther: In Real Time https://lutherinrealtime.com/

Breakfast Leadership
Featured Interview with Charles Brecque

Breakfast Leadership

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 19:16


Charles is the founder and CEO of Legislate, a legal tech company making contracts searchable at scale using patented knowledge graph company. Prior to starting Legislate, Charles was one of the first employees at Mind Foundry, a spin-out of the University of Oxford specialising in AI for high-stakes applications. https://www.legislate.tech Social Media Links: https://www.legislate.tech https://www.linkedin.com/company/legislate https://www.twitter.com/joinlegislate https://www.facebook.com/joinlegislate

Deadline: White House
"You can't legislate somebody having some shame”

Deadline: White House

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 93:58


Nicolle Wallace discusses next week's newest January 6th Selection Committee hearing, the latest news from GOP candidates around the country and a conversation with Michael Cohen, the former personal attorney for the former president. Joined by: Rep. Zoe Lofgren, Katie Benner, Andrew Weissmann, Dahlia Lithwick, Michael Steele, Rev. Al Sharpton, Michael Cohen, John Heilemann, Eddie Glaude and Marc Elias. 

The Politics Podcast
Moment of truth: Can Labor legislate for truth in political ads?

The Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 7:53


In today's episode, Russell Marks discusses Labor's plan to legislate a cap on the amount of money a candidate or party can spend on their election campaign, a reduction in the donation disclosure threshold, real-time donor disclosure and “truth in political advertising”. Subscribe to The Politics on the LiSTNR app to hear new episodes as soon as they drop, and head to The Monthly dot com dot au to subscribe to The Politics newsletter, delivered straight to your inbox every weekday afternoon. Read by Amanda Copp. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Subject To Change
How to create contracts without Lawyers

Subject To Change

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 18:37


I interview Charles Brecque, founder and CEO of Legislate. Charles founded Legislate in April 2020 in Oxford to make contracts machine readable using patented knowledge graph technology. Before founding Legislate, Charles brought Machine Learning solutions to market for three years at Mind Foundry, a spin-out from the University of Oxford. To find out more about Charles and Legislate, go to: https://www.legislate.tech/sign-up

ThinkTech Hawaii
We Can't Legislate Renewables as Imagined (Perspectives on Energy)

ThinkTech Hawaii

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 27:24


Reliance on Renewables and Reliability. The host for this show is Guillermo Sabatier. Go to HSI.com for more information As we have seen energy concerns play out this week, it is becoming painfully evident that a shift towards 100% renewables cannot happen as legislated by wishful thinkers. California and parts of the western United States have been dealing with severe drought, heat waves and now constraints impacting their ability to meet their peak energy demands. As this same state passed legislation to exclude internal combustion vehicles from their roads by 2035, they also urgently asked electric vehicle owners to delay charging them due to the utility concerns with supplying that demand. Examples like these, though painful, can prove quite useful to fine tune the approach to better leverage renewable resources while balancing that with a diversified energy mix. The ThinkTech YouTube Playlist for this show is https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQpkwcNJny6nwmSAXtd40Kath8s8aCbZo Please visit our ThinkTech website at https://thinktechhawaii.com and see our Think Tech Advisories at https://thinktechadvisories.blogspot.com.

Management Blueprint
108: Legislate Your Business with Charles Brecque

Management Blueprint

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 26:29


Charles Brecque is the founder and CEO of Legislate, a tech company that makes it easy for non-lawyers to safely create, manage, and search lawyer-approved contracts on a no-legal budget. We talk about advanced contract management, how business deals fall apart because of contracts, and what to do when dealing with one-sided contracts.    Timestamps [00:29] Charles' entrepreneurial journey [02:07] When business deals fall apart because of contracts [04:37] How Legislate helps remove the complexity out of contracts [05:54] Reasonableness and good faith in contracts [07:23] Having a system for creating contracts saves time [10:10] The types of businesses currently using Legislate [12:07] How contracts translate to different jurisdictions [16:08] Advanced contract management at Legislate [18:59] How to deal with one-sided contracts  [21:03] Legislate's single phrase strategy [23:08] Opening up contracts for better business opportunities [25:45] Parting thoughts   Links and Resources Steve and Greg Cleary's Book: Pinnacle: Five Principles that Take Your Business to the Top of the Mountain Charles' LinkedIn Legislate.tech

The Playhard Podcast
#22. Whack Golf Balls Or Go For A Jog, Just Don't Lose Your Investor's Money with Charles Brecque (Founder of Legislate)

The Playhard Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 35:02


Breaking the Law: a great ‘80s song but a horrible business practice. Charles Brecque (@charlesbrecque) is the Founder and CEO of Legislate, an end-to-end contract management platform that creates lawyer-approved contracts without the need for a legal team. No more operating without contracts in place because they, “take too long to get done.” We talk about fundraising and hiring, building a safety net, and being a first-time Founder. Enjoy! ----- Show Notes: (12:45) - The life of a Solo-Founder (15:50) - Fundraising tip: Create FOMO (21:45) - One moment of super stress - how to keep going. ----- Links: * https://www.legislate.tech/ *Never Split The Difference by Chris Voss * Twitter: @charlesbrecque @joinlegislate ----- Episode Quotes I Enjoyed “Risk is all about being able to measure what can happen… People shouldn't be afraid of risk they should be afraid of uncertainty.” ---- If you liked the episode, subscribe for more! Send any feedback to armand@playhardpodcast.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/playhardpodcast/support

Reimagining Justice
If you can't legislate, innovate with Jazz Hampton

Reimagining Justice

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 48:33


In episode no. 83 I speak with Co-founder, CEO and General Counsel of Turnsignl, Jazz Hampton. We discuss: The problem that prompted the creation of TurnSignl and how Jazz and his co-founders knew it was the right time to act; The professional backgrounds of the three black founders; What Turnsigl does and how it works to protect civil rights at scale; How Turnsignl gets to the people who need it (it's an interesting approach); The product's similarity to roadside assistance programs or an insurance policy; Turnsignl's partners across different sectors; Why Jazz describes the users as the ‘3 P's'; How to know if Turnsignl is working; Power imbalances that exist in civil and criminal law contexts; How Jazz considers Turnsingl provides mental health support; Turnsignl's technology resources and funding model; The difference working in a team when you're responsible for their salaries; Whether you should consider your employees as family; Biggest challenges as a justice entrepreneur especially growing a two-sided marketplace; Something that justice entrepreneurs shouldn't be nervous about; Why you don't need a non-profit vehicle to make a difference (and why a business model might be more suitable); Attributes that gave Jazz the confidence to move from practising law to the becoming an entrepreneur; Insight into his work ethic; Something unique about the foundation for Turnsignl's work; What is ‘moving at the speed of trust'; and Jazz's definition of legal innovation! Proudly sponsored by Neota Logic  Links: TurnSignl Neota Logic Solution Gallery Neota Logic Churchill Trust Project Survey Andrea Perry-Petersen – LinkedIn - Twitter @winkiepp – andreaperrypetersen.com.au Twitter - @ReimaginingJ Facebook – Reimagining Justice group

The Dirt
21. Using Technology to Manage Red Tape At Scale

The Dirt

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 30:12


There is so much legal red tape and waiting around for attorneys to approve or clarify documents in business. Is it possible to speed up the process and meet those demands more efficiently? Charles Brecque founded Legislate to do exactly that. Developing new technology in the legal tech space, his company's contract software manages contract data at scale.With a background in machine learning and engineering, Charles knew there was a need for more efficient legal contracting. In this episode, Jim Barnish and Charles explore the lessons he has learned as a young, solo founder building a company for the first time with new technology. They also discuss the value of SEO and web content, and why learning to write is vital in all aspects of business.  3 Key TakeawaysFocus on your customer's core needs. Avoid distractions and headaches and deliver what they really want.SEO is powerful when you focus on the reader, which can turn into customers. Google search console is a great tool to see metrics that help you optimize content.Learn to write. It will improve your own understanding of what you really do (and the problem you're solving), and help you better explain it to others so you can find the customers who need your product. ResourcesLegislate websiteCharles's LinkedInLegislate's TwitterLegislate's Facebook20VC PodcastNever Split the Difference by Chris VossAbout Charles BrecqueCharles is the founder & CEO of Legislate, a legal tech company he started in April 2020 in Oxford, UK to make contracts machine readable using patented knowledge graph technology. Before founding Legislate, he brought Machine Learning solutions to market for three years at Mind Foundry, a spin-out from the University of Oxford. He is a graduate of the École Centrale de Lyon.

The West Live Podcast
Maccas border fine: Can't legislate against stupid

The West Live Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 2:28


There's an old saying in Government you can't legislate against stupid. You can bring in the toughest laws in the world to stop drink driving, or to prevent people using their phones in the car, but there'll always be a few idiots who just don't get the message. And why is that? Because some people are just plain dumb. Which is exactly why Aussie farmers are packing their daks right now about foot and mouth disease. Because stopping it getting into Australia will really depend on the behaviour of people coming back from Bali. So straight away…. You're talking about a cohort that probably aren't rocket surgeons. But an incident in Darwin last week has revealed the true extent of the problem. How much coverage do you think foot and mouth has got in the media over the past few weeks? A bloody lot, is the correct answer, and you'd think by now that the message to returning travellers is pretty clear. If you're arriving from Bali, you could be bringing in a disease that could destroy a multi-billion-dollar livestock industry. It's already destroyed the political career of Alannah MacTiernan, and she didn't even go to Bali. But despite all the rhetoric from the authorities - and the concern from farmers -and the warnings from Border Force, some numpty in Darwin arrived back from Bali and failed to declare… two sausage and egg mcmuffins and a ham croissant they had hidden away in their backpack. And when I say fail to declare, this donkey allegedly provided a false and misleading customs document, and was only caught out by Darwin Airport's new biosecurity sniffer dog. Don't get me wrong, I probably love a sausage and egg mcmuffin considerably more than the next person - it's the breakfast of champions. But now I know it's also the breakfast of idiots. And this particular idiot copped a fine of two thousand six hundred and sixty four dollars. Now you might be thinking, that's a pretty heft deterrent. But clearly it didn't stop this person from breaking Australia's biosecurity laws to sneak in a couple of mcmuffins. That's why I'm 100 percent confident that you could double that fine and still not stop morons from trying to bring food into the country. Or stop them from hiding all the mud on their shoes by claiming they weren't actually in Indonesians provinces, where foot and mouth is a problem. No one wants to live in a nanny state, but when you can't trust people to do the basics of being a good citizen, you can't blame authorities for taking matters into their own hands.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Authentically Successful
Legislate's Journey Has Only One Way to Go and Charles Brecque Can Take It There

Authentically Successful

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2022 45:06


Two offices. Two countries. Two cultures. Charles Brecque, founder and CEO of Legislate, is leading the movement for small businesses and doing it across Europe. Legislate is a legal technology company that provides lawyer-approved contracts for small businesses that don't have big legal budgets. It's based on a knowledge graph technology (sporting a new US patent) that makes the contract data usable and searchable. And Charles maintains knowledge graph technology is the benefit that makes the difference. Most innovative technology starts with a problem that needs to be solved. Brecque felt that pain while working at Mind Foundry (artificial intelligence and automated data science) where the company was losing valuable contracts due to logjams at the legal review stage. Determining that a contract is really just a tangled set of relationships, Legislate was born out of the idea that contracts are knowledge graphs. The resulting templates are approved by lawyers and completely enforceable. How Brecque obtained initial angel funding in 2020 as a first-time founder during a pandemic is a fascinating story of determination, steadfast belief and ingenuity that will inspire and impress. As a founder with little leadership experience, Brecque quickly recognized the value of mentors, investors and fellow CEOs in learning by doing. His growing confidence has helped to create credibility that resulted in raising one million dollars in funding for building a proper team that now includes a development team in Spain, a chief legal officer, and an ambitious growth plan. Under Brecque's calm leadership, the only path for Legislate and its straightforward focus on small business is up. Learn more about Charles Brecque and https://www.legislate.tech/ (Legislate) You can find more information on all our episodes at https://my.captivate.fm/verticalelevation.com/podcasts (Vertical Elevation), and you can find Carol on Twitter https://twitter.com/CarolBSchultz (@carolbschultz )or LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolbschultz/ (https://www.linkedin.com/in/carolbschultz/).

The Voice in the Wilderness
More Fundamentals

The Voice in the Wilderness

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2022 3:17


What is fundamental? Catastrophic storm. Legislate morality. Sub-human Pro-lifers. #podcast #podcasting #Christianradio

SaaS District
Managing Legal Risks For Digital Documents And Contracts with Charles Brecque #183

SaaS District

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 22, 2022 31:50


Charles is the founder and CEO of Legislate, an early-stage legal tech startup which allows large landlords, letting agents, and small businesses to easily create, sign and manage contracts that are prudent and fair. Legislate's platform is built on its patented knowledge graph which streamlines the contracting process and aggregates contract statistics to quickly unlock valuable insights. Charles was also one of the first employees of Mind Foundry, an Oxford University spin out specializing in automated data science and AI. In this episode we cover: 00:00 - https://byldd.com/ (Byldd - MVP Development Agency Based in New York) 01:12 - Intro 02:22 - How & Who Legislate Works Helping Settle Agreements 05:25 - How The Contract Templates Are Built 09:36 - Preventing Legal Risks Signing Through Legislate Vs Lawyer 14:01 - Using AI In The Contract Creating Process 17:11 - https://dofollow.io/ (Dofollow.io - Premium Link Building) 18:44 - Are e-Signatures As Legally Binding As Wet Signatures? 21:00 - Security Processes For Digital Signatures 21:49 - Overview Of The Legal Tech Market 23:39 - How Legal Leaders Can Help Improve The Process & Technology 24:53 - Legislate in Terms of Size Today 25:11 - Charles' Favorite Activity To Get Into a Flow State 25:36 - Charles' Piece of Advice for His 25 Years Old Self 26:45 - Charles' Biggest Challenges at Legislate 27:29 - Instrumental Resources for Charles' Success 28:57 - What Does Success Means for Charles Today 30:38 - Get In Touch With Charles Get In Touch With Charles: https://www.linkedin.com/in/charles-brecque/ (Charles' LinkedIn) https://www.legislate.tech (Legislate Website) Books: https://www.amazon.com.br/Never-Split-Difference-Negotiating-Depended/dp/0062407805 (Never Split The Difference by Chris Voss) https://www.amazon.com.br/How-Become-Rainmaker-Getting-Customers/dp/0786865954 (How To Become A Rain Maker by Jeffrey J. Fox) Tag Us & Follow: https://www.facebook.com/SaaSDistrictPodcast/ (Facebook) https://www.linkedin.com/company/horizen-capital (LinkedIn) https://www.instagram.com/saasdistrict/ (Instagram) More About Akeel: https://twitter.com/AkeelJabber (Twitter) https://linkedin.com/in/akeel-jabbar (LinkedIn) https://horizencapital.com/saas-podcast/ (SaaS Podcasts) https://horizencapital.com/saas-consulting-services/ (SaaS Consulting Services) https://horizencapital.com/how-to-value-saas-business/ (Learn How to Value SaaS Companies)

The Steve Gruber Show
Chris Chmielenski, Congress should be emboldened with the mandate to immediately legislate unflinchingly

The Steve Gruber Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 11:00


Chris Chmielenski, NumbersUSA Vice-President.  Congress should be emboldened with the mandate to immediately legislate unflinchingly, ensuring that neither this nor any future administration is again able to weaponize loopholes in the immigration system— and defiantly refuse to follow plain law—to purposefully drive mass illegal immigration to the United States.

The Glenn Beck Program
Japan's Assassination Proves You Can't Legislate Away Evil | 7/8/22

The Glenn Beck Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 8, 2022 128:18 Very Popular


Japan's former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated, and Pat and Stu discuss Japan's legal requirements for acquiring firearms. Why is Ronald Reagan's attempted assassin walking free? Pat and Stu go through Shinzo Abe's legacy and the assassin's possible motives. Pat and Stu discuss some of President Biden's accomplishments, including high gas prices. Reports show the Biden administration sold nearly a million barrels of oil to the Chinese company tied to Hunter Biden. Pat and Stu critique press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre's embarrassing performance when asked a difficult question. Why do the Democrats ignore Hunter Biden's personal life? Pat and Stu go over all the recent times Republicans held power and didn't take advantage. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In the Moment
In the Moment: Can states legislate Miranda rights, and what will come of a promised special legislative session?

In the Moment

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 58:00


Will a special legislative session address paid family leave along with further abortion restrictions? We explore the rhetoric of the changing South Dakota abortion legislation.

Startup Sessions by CultureBoom
Contract Data: Overlooked Source for Business Insight with Charles Brecque, Founder of Legislate

Startup Sessions by CultureBoom

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2022 27:05


This week the SOL Podcast welcomes Charles Brecque, CEO & Founder of Legislate. Headquartered in Oxford, Legislate is a legal technology startup. Their SaaS platform enables non-lawyer individuals to create low value, high volume contracts with lawyer-approved templates as well as access and manage their contract data from one source. Our discussion revolved around impacts of past experiences whilst becoming an entrepreneur, pinpointing what people need when it comes to legal matters and developing technology according to current market demand, their growth story, and how Charles' investment journey differs from the norm. Listen to our insightful chat with Charles Brecque to broaden your horizons about entrepreneurship through the experiences of another startup.

The Quicky
Should Australia Adopt Period Leave For Employees?

The Quicky

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2022 17:21


The Spanish Government recently announced that it is considering creating new laws that would give employees the right to take between 3 and 5 days off every month if they suffer from severe period pain. Several other countries around the world already have period leave, so should our Government consider implementing the same laws for people here? The Quicky speaks to an expert in women's health, and a specialist doctor to find out whether period leave is necessary for female workers, and if and how it could work here in Australia without bankrupting businesses. Subscribe to Mamamia GET IN TOUCH Feedback? We're listening! Call the pod phone on 02 8999 9386 or email us at podcast@mamamia.com.au CONTACT US Got a topic you'd like us to cover? Send us an email at thequicky@mamamia.com.au CREDITS  Host: Emma Gillespie With thanks to: Dr Sonia Davison - Endocrinologist at the Jean Hailes Medical Centre, and President of the Australasian Menopause Society (AMS) who has a special interest in women's health, including gynaecological and general endocrinology. Sonia recently spoke at Mamamia's Very Peri Summit on the science behind Perimenopause Emilee Gilbert - Associate Professor in Psychological Science at the University of Western Sydney and an expert across a range of qualitative research methods, public health policies and practices, and the application of post-structural feminist theory to the analysis of issues surrounding gender, health and sexuality Producer: Emma Gillespie Executive Producer: Siobhán Moran-McFarlane Audio Producer: Thom Lion Subscribe to The Quicky at...https://mamamia.com.au/the-quicky/ Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading our articles or listening to our podcasts, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.au Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Defenders LIVE
Defenders LIVE Episode 876 Why You Shouldn't Try to Legislate Morality

Defenders LIVE

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2022 54:05


The Chad Prather Show
Ep 641 | Stop Trying to Legislate Inanimate Objects | Guest: Rogan O'Handley (DC Draino)

The Chad Prather Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 47:55


Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with all the families and friends affected by the tragedy at Uvalde. As Congress moves closer to more gun restrictions, one question keeps popping up: Why legislate inanimate objects? The Uvalde school board held a special meeting where the decision was made to NEVER return to Robb Elementary School. Is this the proper respond? Parents, if you want a book that is safe for your kids, look no more, because Rogan O'Handley joins the podcast to discuss his latest children's book from Brave Books wherein he teaches kids the importance of free speech, "Unmuzzle Me, Please!” If you thought "Florida man" and "Hawaiian man" don't have anything in common, think again. A Florida man crashed head-on with a FedEx truck while receiving oral sex, and a Hawaiian man refuses to surrender his "FCKBLM" license plate. The Left wants a paradise without law and order, but in the state of Oregon, drug overdose rates are up 700% after the state decriminalized the possession of hard drugs. When will the Left learn? Today's Sponsors: Minutemen Coffee has a special going on that if you buy three bags of the heritage roasts, add Traitor Joe to your cart and it's FREE as well as free shipping! Go check them out at http://Minutemencoffee.com and if you don't want that offer, use CHAD at checkout for 15% off your order. If YOU don't want to be a victim of what's coming, I strongly urge you to go to my special web page… http://PrepareWithChad.Com You'll find a special deal where you can SAVE 150 DOLLARS on a THREE-MONTH Emergency Food Kit from my friends at My Patriot Supply. This food kit contains a wide variety of delicious meals – enough to last three solid months, per person! Plus, these meals provide more than TWO-THOUSAND CALORIES A DAY – to keep up your strength and energy.  Genucel has been family owned and operated since Day 1. They know times are tough for all of us and that's why they have not and will not raise prices on their world class skin care. Results are real! Millions of amazing Americans, including myself, are in love! Genucel guarantees results or your money back! And sign up for Genucel's best in class rewards program at checkout for an extra 10% off your order AND receive a complimentary gift set! Go to http://genucel.com/WATCHCHAD Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Dale Jackson Show
Dale discusses how we should let Democrats try to legislate anti-gun laws so that we can see exactly who they are - 5-31-22

The Dale Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 3:13


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The Brian Lehrer Show
Albany's End-of-Session Rush to Legislate

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2022 37:44


The legislative session in Albany ends this week. Jon Campbell, Albany reporter for WNYC and Gothamist, talks about the flurry of bills likely to pass before the deadline—and the ones that will likely not.

Your Life, God's Word
#119 - Should we legislate morality? | What Is Justice? | Proverbs 21 | Proverbs Series

Your Life, God's Word

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 46:00


The Book of Proverbs is filled with so much wisdom, it's hard to imagine how so many people miss it. From family to finances, leadership to stewardship, eternal matters to earthly ones, this is one study we would be, dare I say, foolish to miss out on...

The Monica Crowley Podcast
You Cannot Legislate Away Evil

The Monica Crowley Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2022 53:14


Monica breaks down the Texas school shooting and discusses deep but largely unspoken issues -- the nature of evil, the spiritual battle, and a dangerous breakdown of the social compact. She also welcomes Jason Miller, CEO of Getter and former top aide to President Trump to discuss the social media wars, Elon Musk, and another potential Trump run. Finally, she dips into some of your insightful emails!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Ozone Nightmare
"You Cannot Legislate Away Evil"

Ozone Nightmare

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 11:43


Today on the 5: I don't have to tell anyone that there was recently another school shooting in the United States. Honestly, I didn't have anything to say about it until I read one of the stupidest statements possible about it: "You Cannot Legislate Away Evil". 

The Breakfast Club
How Do We Legislate Hate

The Breakfast Club

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 85:48 Very Popular


Today on the show we had to address the fatal tradegedy at Robb Elementary yesterday. In addition, we opened up the phone lines for our listeners to share their thoughts on the tragedy and if its possible to legislate hate, after Charlamagne gave "Donkey of the Day" to the U.S for not doing better in protecting the people.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Drive With Tom Elliott
Calls for government to legislate housing percentage for first home-buyers only

Drive With Tom Elliott

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 4:39


Nicole Gurran, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Sydney, spoke about the idea with Tom Elliott on Wednesday. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SBS Tamil - SBS தமிழ்
Labor will legislate ten days of paid leave for victims of domestic violence. - குடும்ப வன்முறையால் பாதிக்கப்பட்டவர்களுக்கு 10 நாட்கள் விடுப்ப

SBS Tamil - SBS தமிழ்

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 6:33


Australian news bulletin for Wednesday 18 May 2022. Read by Praba Maheswaran. - SBS தமிழ் ஒலிபரப்பின் இன்றைய (புதன் கிழமை 18/05/2022) ஆஸ்திரேலியா குறித்த செய்திகள். வாசித்தவர் மகேஸ்வரன் பிரபாகரன்.

RTÉ - Morning Ireland
UK Government to legislate on dealing with Troubles murders

RTÉ - Morning Ireland

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 5:40


Conor MacAuley, Northern Correspondent, reports that the Government is to legislate on dealing with the legacy of Troubles murders.

The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates
Episode 37: Episode 37 – Special Session on Property Insurance

The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 30:40


The Florida Legislature will meet in a special session May 23-27 called by Governor Ron DeSantis to “bring some sanity and stabilize” Florida's property insurance market.  Homeowners are suffering big rate increases and some have lost their coverage, while a growing number of insurance companies are going insolvent or reducing or eliminating their policy-writing in the state.Former Florida Deputy Insurance Commissioner Lisa Miller explores the problems in the marketplace with an insurance agency executive and a top real estate agency owner who share their ideas on which reforms would be most effective for lawmakers to achieve.Show NotesThe Governor's proclamation calls for the legislature to address property insurance, reinsurance, civil litigation, and changes to the Florida Building Code to improve the affordability and availability of insurance coverage.   The legislature failed to pass any reforms in its regular 60-day session earlier this year.  Reforms passed into law in its 2021 session under SB 76 have had key roofing solicitation restrictions temporarily enjoined from enforcement by a federal judge. Ron Assise, Senior Vice President of Horton Personal Insurance, in Estero, Florida, said his clients are experiencing “sticker shock” on their homeowners insurance premiums.  “Clients are very disrupted when they get their bill and it's 20% or 25% or 30% more than it was last year,” said Assise, who is part of The Horton Group of Chicago, an insurance, employee benefits and risk advisory firm.Whitney Dutton, owner of The Dutton Group@Re/Max First, a full-service real estate agency in Fort Lauderdale, said with 30% of his clients from out of state, the sticker shock is even greater and comes with greater consequences, too.  “When people get a loan, the lender uses a debt to income ratio in order to qualify them for a purchase.  When the debt to income gets offset by $1,000 to $4,000 of swings from insurance quotes, that can really put a damper on someone's ability to purchase a home, or to be competitive when trying to bid on property,” Dutton said.  He said some home purchasers have faced being dropped by their insurance company following a quality control check 60-90 days after closing, when it's determined the roof is too old or other changes are required to keep the policy in force.  “A third way that it comes is simply just getting dropped without any notice whatsoever from insolvency due to a lot of these companies that are just getting out of the market,” said Dutton, whose group was the top Realtor in Fort Lauderdale in total transactions last year.  Rising Litigation: The Governor's proclamation states upfront that “Florida's general tort environment related to property insurance has led to thousands of frivolous lawsuits…and according to the Office of Insurance Regulation, Florida accounted for 79% of the nation's homeowners insurance lawsuits while making up only 9% of the nation's homeowners insurance claims.  Florida citizens are seeing the effects of this higher litigation in their rising premiums.”Assise said litigation reform is a must.  “We all know that Florida is far and away the unfortunate leader in litigation when it comes to insurance claims with approximately 116,000 insurance related lawsuits last year versus less than 1,000 for the rest of the country combined,” he said.  Roof Claims: Assise suggested the legislature approve what was in last session's SB 1728, passed by the Senate but not taken up by the House, which would require a roofing deductible or an actual cash value or repayment schedule for older roofs, in place of the current full replacement value.  “Doing that will really make it not worth its while to an attorney to go after an insurance company, if they're going to get, let's say 40 cents on the dollar as an example,” Assise said.His other suggestions are to change the state's 25% Roof Repair/Replacement Rule that requires an entire roof be replaced if 25% or more of it is damaged and ease existing material “matching” requirements in repairs, where a new roof is required if the repaired material can't be matched with the rest of the undamaged roof.  “So insurance carriers are paying claims of 25, 30, 40, or $50,000, where the damage might be $1,000.  These are the things that need to be addressed to really make a significant difference going forward,” Assise said.  “The incentives go away for both the roofers and the trial attorneys that see big dollar signs when it's most likely probably wear and tear or just a plain old older roof where someone should be taking care of the maintenance on their home like any other thing.”Those proposed restrictions would have to come with a lower policy premium cost, said Dutton, who owns eight rental properties of his own and has seen annual premiums on each grow from about $2,800 per year in 2017 to $4,200 today.  “I'm okay with it if the policy cost is relative to that type of coverage, but from what we're seeing in the type of properties that I deal with, they're writing the policies with a lot of those exclusions, water damage, restoration, and they're not changing the price of them,” Dutton said.  “The lower coverage isn't what people are worried about.  It's the cost…and it's being passed on unfortunately to the renters.”While Assise said he can appreciate consumers wanting something substantial in return for giving up some coverage, the cost break won't be immediate.  “There's so much red ink going out at this point, it's difficult for that to happen without these legislative changes where they can see light at the end of the tunnel and the reinsurance industry can see light at the end of the tunnel, which very much affects the pricing for the insurance carriers in Florida,” said Assise, a 40-year veteran of the industry and both a Certified Insurance Counselor and Certified Personal Insurance Counselor.  The Florida insurance industry has seen two straight years of net underwriting losses exceeding $1 billion each year.Assignment of Benefits: For Dutton, those restrictions are just “the tip of the iceberg” and what's also needed is further reform of abusive Assignment of Benefit (AOB) contracts between homeowners and various contractors, roofers, and public adjusters.  “A lot of these homeowners don't even know that this stuff is happening.  They've simply signed a piece of paper that allows these contractors to act on their behalf.  And I know people firsthand, that are shocked what happened and never would have went through it to the level that these different companies have squeezed every dime they can out of the insurance companies, “ Dutton said.“The three of us realize that the consumer is the loser here,” said host Lisa Miller.  “You've got the consumer that's paying the exorbitant premiums.  They're trying to buy or afford to stay in their current homes.  And then they get locked in by an unscrupulous bad actor at the front door,” she said.  She read a text between a roofer and a colleague of hers on a home repair, in which the roofer is coaching the homeowner on how to represent old damage so that insurance covers it, while also offering an unlimited $200 referral for each neighbor who “needs a free roof.”“The legislature is going to have to understand that this is going to come at a cost to somebody,” said Dutton, “and the attorneys in these larger law firms that this is all they focus on, they're going to take a hit.  So the legislators are going to have to have the political courage to stare down some of these big law firms who may donate to certain areas that they're going to have to take a hit.  And it's going to have to come from top down, the legislator down,” he said.Prior to the Governor's special session call, regulators with the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation and the Florida Building Commission had begun creating regulatory measures to help.  They've implemented new policy to allow optional roof deductibles, ease existing material “matching” requirements in repairs, and approved mandatory arbitration clauses in insurance policies.  They're also considering further measures, including making exceptions to the state's 25% Roof Repair/Replacement Rule.While the Governor's proclamation did not provide specific proposals for the legislature to consider in the upcoming special session, Miller shared there are two other key issues that will likely be addressed, besides roof claims and litigation reform.  They are reform of the state-backed Citizens Property Insurance Corporation, whose legislatively mandated and actuarially unsound rates have contributed to a policy count expected to surpass one million policies by year-end, and allowing insurance companies to access less expensive reinsurance from the Florida Hurricane Catastrophe Fund.  “The Florida Legislature basically left homeowners exposed to a perfect storm of rising rates, limited coverage and diminishing options, because it failed to pass the reforms that should have been passed earlier this year.  Let's hope that changes May 23,” said Miller.Links and Resources Mentioned in this EpisodeGovernor DeSantis Proclamation of Special Session on Property Insurance (April 26, 2022) Court Denies Effort to Stop All of SB 76 for now (LMA Newsletter of January 24, 2022)The Horton Group AgencyThe Dutton Group @ RE/MAX First RealtyCalls for a Special Session Falling on Deaf Ears (LMA Newsletter, March 28, 2022)If You Can't Legislate, Regulate! (LMA Newsletter, April 11, 2022)More Insurance Companies in Trouble (LMA Newsletter, April 25, 2022)Top 10 Florida Domestic Insurers Net Income Losses (from Citizens Property Insurance Corporation, March 2022)Citizens Insurance Losing Money (LMA Newsletter, March 28, 2022)Private Insurance Industry Cumulative Rate Filings 2020-2021 (from Citizens Property Insurance Corporation, March 2022)“No Roof Left Behind” campaign solicitation pitch (Facebook video advertisement by Roofing and Reconstruction Contractors of America)Roofers Busted in “Free Roof” Fraud (LMA Newsletter, March 28, 2022)Unlicensed Adjuster Busted (LMA Newsletter, April 25, 2022)Repair contractors' newest billing strategy leaves homeowners on the hook if insurers don't pay (Sun Sentinel, November 18, 2021)Demolish Contractor Fraud Webpage (Florida Insurance Consumer Advocate)Florida Fraud Fighter Reward Program (Florida Department of Financial Services)First Quarter 2022 Florida Insurance Litigation Statistics (LMA Newsletter of April 11, 2022)Top 20 Attorneys Filing Property Insurance Lawsuits - 2022 Q1 (Florida Department of Financial Services, April 2022)Property Insurance Crisis in Florida (WPLG-TV Miami, April 27, 2022)Insurance defense attorney slams Florida's ‘egregious' homeowners insurance system (WFLA-TV Tampa, April 28, 2022)Major Provisions of SB 76 (2021 Roofing & Litigation Reform law)Major Provisions of HB 7065 (2019 Assignment of Benefits Reform law)Assignment of Benefits & Insurance Litigation Webpage (Lisa Miller & Associates)** The Listener Call-In Line for your recorded questions and comments to air in future episodes is 850-388-8002 or you may send email to LisaMiller@LisaMillerAssociates.com **The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates, brings you the latest developments in Property & Casualty, Healthcare, Workers' Compensation, and Surplus Lines insurance from around the Sunshine State.  Based in the state capital of Tallahassee, Lisa Miller & Associates provides its clients with focused, intelligent, and cost conscious solutions to their business development, government consulting, and public relations needs.  On the web at www.LisaMillerAssociates.com or call 850-222-1041.  Your questions, comments, and suggestions are welcome!  Date of Recording 4/28/2022. Email via info@LisaMillerAssociates.com   Composer: www.TeleDirections.com  © Copyright 2017-2022 Lisa Miller & Associates, All Rights Reserved

The Dale Jackson Show
Dale and Sen. Tuberville discuss his bill to extend funding for the Muscle Shoals Heritage Foundation Area, the affects of inflation on our country, and how the Democrats won't be able to get enough votes to end the filibuster or legislate Roe v. Wade -

The Dale Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 16:00


Patriots 4 Liberty Media
Legislate like florida

Patriots 4 Liberty Media

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 56:09


This is a special from the make education great again Conference in Charlotte. Ms.Sloan Rachmuth and the education First Alliance, as well as speakers US Rep. Dan Bishop, NC Rep John Torbelt, and NC Sen. Ralph Hise.

After the Monuments
They're trying to legislate White comfort

After the Monuments

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 15, 2022 19:38


History is on the ropes due to government, right-wing censures, claiming race-neutral policies yet, with a look at our past, we can see how these types of legislation have gone before us and resulted in racial divides and inequity. Kelli and Michael Paul then get into topics to expect throughout the season including how children experience a public education, public health, legalization of marijuana, the future of policing, and more. Support the show: https://richmond.com/See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Lake Effect: Full Show
Report: Here's how Wisconsin can legislate better mental health support in schools

Lake Effect: Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 1, 2022 12:10


A new report from the Hopeful Futures Campaign examines state-by-state policies related to student mental health. Wisconsin scored six out of a possible 24 points.

Talk Some Shit
Dear White People, You Cannot Legislate Your Way Out of Discomfort

Talk Some Shit

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 10:51


I find it funny yet typical that White people want to legislate their way out of discomfort. Since they cannot control the undeniable truth, they will attempt to control how it makes them feel.When laws like the Individual Freedom bill and others we have seen around the country are written, they are never about Black people. The White is simply silent. White people create these laws for White people. But you cannot legislate your way out of discomfort.

Tom Mullen Talks Freedom
Episode 28 A Forgotten Principle Returns in SCOTUS Vaccine Mandate Decision with Kevin R C Gutzman

Tom Mullen Talks Freedom

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 26:34


Summary: Kevin Gutzman returns to break down the Supreme Court decision on the two vaccine mandates concerning companies with more than 100 employees and health care workers, respectively. While we agree the practice of federal agencies writing any regulations at all constitutes legislating and is therefore unconstitutional, this decision does reintroduce a long-ignored principle that could represent a first step towards a more constitutionally limited federal government.  Guest bio: Kevin R. C. Gutzman is the New York Times best-selling author of five books, including https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01IN9FC5W/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=B01IN9FC5W&linkCode=as2&tag=tomusbl-20&linkId=b0bc08de54daafe4a86a9667a0605b22 (Thomas Jefferson—Revolutionary: A Radical's Struggle to Remake America ), a History Book Club Selection. Gutzman is Professor and former Chairman in the Department of History at Western Connecticut State University and a faculty member at http://www.libertyclassroom.com/dap/a/?a=18 (LibertyClassroom.com ). He holds a bachelor's degree (With Honors and With Special Honors in History), a master of public affairs degree, and a law degree from the University of Texas at Austin, as well as an MA and a PhD in American history from the University of Virginia. More info on his website at http://kevingutzman.com/ (kevingutzman.com.) Additional Reading: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1596985054/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1596985054&linkCode=as2&tag=tomusbl-20&linkId=9b9cb455825e440b7a11fed6ceb6f5b2 (The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Constitution) by Kevin R.C. Gutzman https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0312625006/ref=as_li_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=0312625006&linkCode=as2&tag=tomusbl-20&linkId=25444249adafe87f52b34fd0ce543196 (James Madison and the Making of America) by Kevin R.C. Gutzman https://tommullen.net/economics/if-youre-really-against-fascism-repeal-the-new-deal-root-and-branch/ (If you're really against fascism, repeal the New Deal root and branch) - Tom Mullen https://tommullen.net/constitution/congress-isnt-just-a-better-way-to-legislate-its-the-only-way/ (Congress Isn't Just a “Better Way” to Legislate; It's the Only Way) – Tom Mullen https://mises.org/library/revolution-was (The Revolution Was) - Garet Garrett Free Gift from Tom: Download a free copy of Tom's new e-book, It's the Fed, Stupid, at https://forms.aweber.com/form/87/2092395087.html (itsthefedstupid.com). It's also available in paperback https://amzn.to/3HTYSYh (here). It's priced at a pre-hyperinflation level so grab a few copies for friends if you can. It makes a great introduction to the government's most economically damaging institution for liberals, conservatives, libertarians, socialists, and independents alike. Like the music on Tom Mullen Talks Freedom? You can hear more at https://skepticsongs.com/ (tommullensings.com)!

Political Playlist Happy Hour
25. Netflix and Chill...and Legislate

Political Playlist Happy Hour

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 45:20


The band's all back together for this Happy Hour as they wrap up the year in "Post-Partisan" style. Anna, Anthony and Michael start pushing this new term to refer to the changing desires of voters who want innovation over compromise, irrespective of party ideology. The gang also riffs on party disunity and whether or not it will spur party unity. And we'll let you be the judge as to whether or not Anthony is one bit smarter this week.