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Best podcasts about Legitimacy

Latest podcast episodes about Legitimacy

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #061 — Interview with Mark Meckler

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 62:24


Can the American republic survive without a religious reawakening? Are there visible signs of a third Great Awakening in America today? Who are our modern heroes? Our esteemed guest this week is Mark Meckler. He is one of America's modern heroes.  Mark co-founded the Tea Party in the late 2000's, invigorated politically by the Bush administration's abandonment of free market economics and by the Obama administration's failure to deliver on the material promises made in the domain of change.  Today, Mark is the founder and President of Citizens for Self-Governance, a political nonprofit organization known widely for its Convention of States Action initiative.  Mark is a licensed attorney, devoted husband, and loving father. And? He played high school football with John Elway.  My encounter with Mark was one of complete chance, as we were seated alongside one another for a recent flight into Texas. Our conversation was one which nurtured my soul and which overlapped in a cosmic way with our central theme here on Law and Legitimacy.  Journey with us as we unpack Mark's early life in sunny southern California, his decision to focus on more important things in college than veterinary medicine, the early gravity of real estate development in his legal career, and the macro events that catalyzed Mark's emergence as a modern force of principled political activism.  You'll hear why Mark left his own organization in 2012, the inspiration George Mason plays for Mark, especially through Convention of the States' objective to restrike the elements of our United States Constitution, and you may even walk away having assigned yourself a bit of homework. I certainly did.  It only took us 61 episodes, but we finally punctuate our existential crisis talk on a note of optimism. Find Mark on social media: @MarkMeckler on Twitter; @realmarkmeckler on Instagram; @markmecklerofficial on Facebook.  Visit Citizens for Self-Governance and Convention of States Action to get involved.  Follow Law and Legitimacy everywhere we are. Subscribe to Norm's Patreon. And rate us 6 stars on whatever platform you're using to listen.  Music created by Kevin Brien. Find Kevin @fkbs_iso on Twitter. 

The Dale Jackson Show
Dale and Stan McDonald discuss the legitimacy of Katie Britt's polling numbers - 11-16-21

The Dale Jackson Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2021 18:03


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Law and Legitimacy
LAL #060 — Reparations Revisited: What Your Town Is Doing

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 59:26


While you're vibing to our new intro music, rate Law and Legitimacy sixty stars in honor of our 60th episode in 7 months. We're on fire and we're just getting started.  Michael Boyer, Producer of Law and Legitimacy, joins Norm this week to discuss recent developments in the sphere of reparations and to share his observations after attending a free legal symposium hosted by a local law school aimed at making the legal case for reparations.  The conversation begins with an assessment of High Point, North Carolina's, very recent move to establish a commission to study the basis for race-based transfer payments. Norm quizzes Michael on the details of the City Council's vote to establish such a commission and the bases and findings upon which the Council anchored its vote.  Norm and Michael then move into a discussion of the legal symposium Michael attended and attempt to analyze both the alleged scholarly basis for race-based transfer payments as well as the legal arguments being forged in their name.  This episode is capped with a long-form dialogue between the two, including Michael's assessment that local towns and small municipalities occupy roles as laboratories for reparations proponents, what reparations proponents say of the potential consequences for successful implementation of race-based transfer payments—both economically and socially—and a callback to Norm's suggestion in LAL #005 that an Article V Convention of the States is perhaps an appropriate mechanism to explore as Americans continue to become aware of such widespread efforts to subvert federal standards of equal protection and the tenth amendment's guarantee of state sovereignty.  Norm ties this conversation into a perfect bow by reasserting that there is indeed a fight going on for the heart and soul of the United States, and reminds us that the heart and soul of the United States rightly pits power against power, person against person to guard against the type of tyrannical impulse at the core of the reparations movement.  Become a Patreon subscriber, and follow Law and Legitimacy on social media. Search the name and you'll find us. Lastly, share Law and Legitimacy with a family member, a friend, or even a stranger. You, the listener, are the heartbeat of our success. 

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #059 — State v. Rittenhouse Update: The Truth About the Judge's Ruling

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2021 33:52


Fresh off of a Michigan Wolverines loss and a last-minute schedule change, Norm calls an audible to provide an update and assessment of the latest developments in the State of Wisconsin v. Rittenhouse criminal proceedings, with jury selection set to begin Monday, November 1, 2021.  During last week's hearing, Judge Bruce Schroeder ruled that the prosecution will be prohibited from referring to the decedents as "victims" during the course of the trial.  Norm takes this opportunity to unpack the premise underlying Judge Schroeder's ruling and to illustrate that, "calling names is not proof." Norm lays out the relevant legal standards attendant to the charges against Rittenhouse and also explains the nature of the self-defense legal burden and where that burden properly resides at trial.  Of course, this discussion would not be complete without an analysis of jury selection, what seasoned defense attorneys are looking for, and what Norm means when he says he looks for "bounce" in determining who is the best fit to sit on a jury.  Rate Law and Legitimacy six buckeyes on your chosen platform. And follow Law and Legitimacy on social media: › Twitter › Instagram Join Norm on Patreon and support his continued journey. Thank you as always for listening and sharing with a friend. 

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #058 — Interview with Valhil Capital's Jimmy Vallee

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 65:21


This hour-and-some-change will go at warp speed, which is a fitting pace for a conversation that takes aim at the world of digital payment rails and frictionless nostro-vostro bank accounts.  This episode's guest is the mergers and acquisitions juggernaut, elite securities designer, and best digital plumber in the western hemisphere, Mr. Jimmy Vallee. Jimmy has parlayed an illustrious and decorated legal career in the American energy sector into his current role as the Managing Director of Valhil Capital.  Valhil Capital is as unique as it is ambitious. In addition to managing the balance sheet for holdings in the construction, fitness, and energy sectors, Valhil Capital has a specific investment thesis in the realm of cryptocurrency: sovereign governments and thus global finance will soon embrace the Central Bank Digital Currency ("CBDC") model in the effort to remove friction from the movement of value.  More than that, Valhil Capital is on the bleeding edge of locating and developing "use cases" for the Ripple ecosystem and is raising the bridge asset flag for the XRP community as it does so.  Jimmy and I start small. You'll hear about Jimmy's beginnings in the practice of law, his innate desire for a career in the world of high finance, and the unlikely opportunity he seized as a first-year associate in a firm of more than 400 lawyers to become the name to know in the post-shale revolution Texas energy acquisitions market.  We crescendo into the lesser known realities of the global digital asset market and what American citizens should expect out of its government with respect thereto by the end of 2021.  It is safe to say this is but Part I in a series of insightful talks to come. And I trust you'll enjoy listening as much as I did recording. This is Jimmy Vallee, the Managing Director of Valhil Capital. Find Jimmy, Valhil, and more about the digital asset frontier at JimmyVallee.com, ValhilCapital.com, and AstroLightMediaGroup.com.  Rate Law and Legitimacy fifty-one stars on the platform from which we've been brought to you. Join Norm Pattis's growing contrarian camp on Patreon and support the mission of this podcast. Until next time . . . 

SharkPod Podcast
SharkPod #94 ”Winning by Upskilling” - Alan Coleman - Founder Wolfgang Digital

SharkPod Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 58:43


What is up SharkNation! Today on the SharkPod Luke and Mark chat to Alan Coleman - Founder and CEO of Wolfgang Digital.  In 2007,  Alan fell in love with AdWords and applied for a job in Google. He believed then, as he does now, that Google was the best marketing opportunity the world had ever seen. So, when he didn't get the job, he decided “fekkit I'm going to do this for myself”, and he started digital marketing agency Wolfgang Digital on his kitchen table. Fast forward to 2021 and: - Wolfgang has been awarded status as Google's No 1 Search Partner and No 1 Shopping Partner in EMEA. - Wolfgang has won Best Large Integrated Agency in Europe, twice. - Wolfgang has won Best SEO Agency in the World!  Key Takeaways: 1. You gotta hustle: The agency lives off its reputation today but in the beginning cold outreach was the only method to get the first customers in the door.  2. Legitimacy matters - Alan mentions the business took off once they had a real office address included on their website.  3. Sell ROI: If you can make money for your customers - and prove it - you'll be fine. Focus on this ability first.     4. Look after yourself: Alan moved to a 4 day week to help him enjoy life more and give himself time to explore other interests. One of these became the Wolfgang Reforest Mission - to restore Ireland's devestated natural forestry... And reintroduce Wolves to Ireland!  For more info on Wolfgang: https://www.wolfgangdigital.com/?gclid=CjwKCAjwzt6LBhBeEiwAbPGOgTcM2ga-5bYd0tl12cW26x3hhOlgPbBf0-7y5hKPKi4L0fxfDgOLzxoCB8gQAvD_BwE For feedback: Luke@shark.ie

Today, Explained
The Supreme Court's legitimacy crisis

Today, Explained

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 28:51


Since the Supreme Court's "shadow docket" decision to allow the Texas abortion ban to go into effect, a growing chorus of politicians and legal experts have questioned the court's legitimacy. Vox's Ian Millhiser says the justices aren't taking the criticism well. Today's show was produced by Will Reid with help from Amina Al-Sadi, edited by Matt Collette, engineered by Efim Shapiro, fact-checked by Laura Bullard and hosted by Sean Rameswaram. Transcript at vox.com/todayexplained Support Today, Explained by making a financial contribution to Vox! bit.ly/givepodcasts Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

New Books in Intellectual History
Paulina Ochoa Espejo, "On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Intellectual History

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 64:37


When are borders justified? Who has a right to control them? Where should they be drawn? Today people think of borders as an island's shores. Just as beaches delimit a castaway's realm, so borders define the edges of a territory, occupied by a unified people, to whom the land legitimately belongs. Hence a territory is legitimate only if it belongs to a people unified by a civic identity. Sadly, this Desert Island Model of territorial politics forces us to choose. If we want territories, then we can either have democratic legitimacy, or inclusion of different civic identities—but not both. The resulting politics creates mass xenophobia, migrant-bashing, hoarding of natural resources, and border walls. To escape all this,  Paulina Ochoa Espejo's book On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place (Oxford UP, 2020) presents an alternative model. Drawing on an intellectual tradition concerned with how land and climate shape institutions, it argues that we should not see territories as pieces of property owned by identity groups. Instead, we should see them as watersheds: as interconnected systems where institutions, people, the biota, and the land together create overlapping civic duties and relations, what the book calls place-specific duties. This Watershed Model argues that borders are justified when they allow us to fulfill those duties; that border-control rights spring from internationally-agreed conventions—not from internal legitimacy; that borders should be governed cooperatively by the neighboring states and the states system; and that border redrawing should be done with environmental conservation in mind. The book explores how this model undoes the exclusionary politics of desert islands. Tejas Parasher is Junior Research Fellow in Political Thought and Intellectual History at King's College, University of Cambridge. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/intellectual-history

New Books in Environmental Studies
Paulina Ochoa Espejo, "On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Environmental Studies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 64:37


When are borders justified? Who has a right to control them? Where should they be drawn? Today people think of borders as an island's shores. Just as beaches delimit a castaway's realm, so borders define the edges of a territory, occupied by a unified people, to whom the land legitimately belongs. Hence a territory is legitimate only if it belongs to a people unified by a civic identity. Sadly, this Desert Island Model of territorial politics forces us to choose. If we want territories, then we can either have democratic legitimacy, or inclusion of different civic identities—but not both. The resulting politics creates mass xenophobia, migrant-bashing, hoarding of natural resources, and border walls. To escape all this,  Paulina Ochoa Espejo's book On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place (Oxford UP, 2020) presents an alternative model. Drawing on an intellectual tradition concerned with how land and climate shape institutions, it argues that we should not see territories as pieces of property owned by identity groups. Instead, we should see them as watersheds: as interconnected systems where institutions, people, the biota, and the land together create overlapping civic duties and relations, what the book calls place-specific duties. This Watershed Model argues that borders are justified when they allow us to fulfill those duties; that border-control rights spring from internationally-agreed conventions—not from internal legitimacy; that borders should be governed cooperatively by the neighboring states and the states system; and that border redrawing should be done with environmental conservation in mind. The book explores how this model undoes the exclusionary politics of desert islands. Tejas Parasher is Junior Research Fellow in Political Thought and Intellectual History at King's College, University of Cambridge. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/environmental-studies

New Books in Law
Paulina Ochoa Espejo, "On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Law

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 64:37


When are borders justified? Who has a right to control them? Where should they be drawn? Today people think of borders as an island's shores. Just as beaches delimit a castaway's realm, so borders define the edges of a territory, occupied by a unified people, to whom the land legitimately belongs. Hence a territory is legitimate only if it belongs to a people unified by a civic identity. Sadly, this Desert Island Model of territorial politics forces us to choose. If we want territories, then we can either have democratic legitimacy, or inclusion of different civic identities—but not both. The resulting politics creates mass xenophobia, migrant-bashing, hoarding of natural resources, and border walls. To escape all this,  Paulina Ochoa Espejo's book On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place (Oxford UP, 2020) presents an alternative model. Drawing on an intellectual tradition concerned with how land and climate shape institutions, it argues that we should not see territories as pieces of property owned by identity groups. Instead, we should see them as watersheds: as interconnected systems where institutions, people, the biota, and the land together create overlapping civic duties and relations, what the book calls place-specific duties. This Watershed Model argues that borders are justified when they allow us to fulfill those duties; that border-control rights spring from internationally-agreed conventions—not from internal legitimacy; that borders should be governed cooperatively by the neighboring states and the states system; and that border redrawing should be done with environmental conservation in mind. The book explores how this model undoes the exclusionary politics of desert islands. Tejas Parasher is Junior Research Fellow in Political Thought and Intellectual History at King's College, University of Cambridge. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/law

New Books Network
Paulina Ochoa Espejo, "On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 64:37


When are borders justified? Who has a right to control them? Where should they be drawn? Today people think of borders as an island's shores. Just as beaches delimit a castaway's realm, so borders define the edges of a territory, occupied by a unified people, to whom the land legitimately belongs. Hence a territory is legitimate only if it belongs to a people unified by a civic identity. Sadly, this Desert Island Model of territorial politics forces us to choose. If we want territories, then we can either have democratic legitimacy, or inclusion of different civic identities—but not both. The resulting politics creates mass xenophobia, migrant-bashing, hoarding of natural resources, and border walls. To escape all this,  Paulina Ochoa Espejo's book On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place (Oxford UP, 2020) presents an alternative model. Drawing on an intellectual tradition concerned with how land and climate shape institutions, it argues that we should not see territories as pieces of property owned by identity groups. Instead, we should see them as watersheds: as interconnected systems where institutions, people, the biota, and the land together create overlapping civic duties and relations, what the book calls place-specific duties. This Watershed Model argues that borders are justified when they allow us to fulfill those duties; that border-control rights spring from internationally-agreed conventions—not from internal legitimacy; that borders should be governed cooperatively by the neighboring states and the states system; and that border redrawing should be done with environmental conservation in mind. The book explores how this model undoes the exclusionary politics of desert islands. Tejas Parasher is Junior Research Fellow in Political Thought and Intellectual History at King's College, University of Cambridge. 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 Political Science
Paulina Ochoa Espejo, "On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Political Science

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 64:37


When are borders justified? Who has a right to control them? Where should they be drawn? Today people think of borders as an island's shores. Just as beaches delimit a castaway's realm, so borders define the edges of a territory, occupied by a unified people, to whom the land legitimately belongs. Hence a territory is legitimate only if it belongs to a people unified by a civic identity. Sadly, this Desert Island Model of territorial politics forces us to choose. If we want territories, then we can either have democratic legitimacy, or inclusion of different civic identities—but not both. The resulting politics creates mass xenophobia, migrant-bashing, hoarding of natural resources, and border walls. To escape all this,  Paulina Ochoa Espejo's book On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place (Oxford UP, 2020) presents an alternative model. Drawing on an intellectual tradition concerned with how land and climate shape institutions, it argues that we should not see territories as pieces of property owned by identity groups. Instead, we should see them as watersheds: as interconnected systems where institutions, people, the biota, and the land together create overlapping civic duties and relations, what the book calls place-specific duties. This Watershed Model argues that borders are justified when they allow us to fulfill those duties; that border-control rights spring from internationally-agreed conventions—not from internal legitimacy; that borders should be governed cooperatively by the neighboring states and the states system; and that border redrawing should be done with environmental conservation in mind. The book explores how this model undoes the exclusionary politics of desert islands. Tejas Parasher is Junior Research Fellow in Political Thought and Intellectual History at King's College, University of Cambridge. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/political-science

In Conversation: An OUP Podcast
Paulina Ochoa Espejo, "On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place" (Oxford UP, 2020)

In Conversation: An OUP Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 64:37


When are borders justified? Who has a right to control them? Where should they be drawn? Today people think of borders as an island's shores. Just as beaches delimit a castaway's realm, so borders define the edges of a territory, occupied by a unified people, to whom the land legitimately belongs. Hence a territory is legitimate only if it belongs to a people unified by a civic identity. Sadly, this Desert Island Model of territorial politics forces us to choose. If we want territories, then we can either have democratic legitimacy, or inclusion of different civic identities—but not both. The resulting politics creates mass xenophobia, migrant-bashing, hoarding of natural resources, and border walls. To escape all this,  Paulina Ochoa Espejo's book On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place (Oxford UP, 2020) presents an alternative model. Drawing on an intellectual tradition concerned with how land and climate shape institutions, it argues that we should not see territories as pieces of property owned by identity groups. Instead, we should see them as watersheds: as interconnected systems where institutions, people, the biota, and the land together create overlapping civic duties and relations, what the book calls place-specific duties. This Watershed Model argues that borders are justified when they allow us to fulfill those duties; that border-control rights spring from internationally-agreed conventions—not from internal legitimacy; that borders should be governed cooperatively by the neighboring states and the states system; and that border redrawing should be done with environmental conservation in mind. The book explores how this model undoes the exclusionary politics of desert islands. Tejas Parasher is Junior Research Fellow in Political Thought and Intellectual History at King's College, University of Cambridge.

New Books in World Affairs
Paulina Ochoa Espejo, "On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in World Affairs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 64:37


When are borders justified? Who has a right to control them? Where should they be drawn? Today people think of borders as an island's shores. Just as beaches delimit a castaway's realm, so borders define the edges of a territory, occupied by a unified people, to whom the land legitimately belongs. Hence a territory is legitimate only if it belongs to a people unified by a civic identity. Sadly, this Desert Island Model of territorial politics forces us to choose. If we want territories, then we can either have democratic legitimacy, or inclusion of different civic identities—but not both. The resulting politics creates mass xenophobia, migrant-bashing, hoarding of natural resources, and border walls. To escape all this,  Paulina Ochoa Espejo's book On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place (Oxford UP, 2020) presents an alternative model. Drawing on an intellectual tradition concerned with how land and climate shape institutions, it argues that we should not see territories as pieces of property owned by identity groups. Instead, we should see them as watersheds: as interconnected systems where institutions, people, the biota, and the land together create overlapping civic duties and relations, what the book calls place-specific duties. This Watershed Model argues that borders are justified when they allow us to fulfill those duties; that border-control rights spring from internationally-agreed conventions—not from internal legitimacy; that borders should be governed cooperatively by the neighboring states and the states system; and that border redrawing should be done with environmental conservation in mind. The book explores how this model undoes the exclusionary politics of desert islands. Tejas Parasher is Junior Research Fellow in Political Thought and Intellectual History at King's College, University of Cambridge. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/world-affairs

New Books in Geography
Paulina Ochoa Espejo, "On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place" (Oxford UP, 2020)

New Books in Geography

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 64:37


When are borders justified? Who has a right to control them? Where should they be drawn? Today people think of borders as an island's shores. Just as beaches delimit a castaway's realm, so borders define the edges of a territory, occupied by a unified people, to whom the land legitimately belongs. Hence a territory is legitimate only if it belongs to a people unified by a civic identity. Sadly, this Desert Island Model of territorial politics forces us to choose. If we want territories, then we can either have democratic legitimacy, or inclusion of different civic identities—but not both. The resulting politics creates mass xenophobia, migrant-bashing, hoarding of natural resources, and border walls. To escape all this,  Paulina Ochoa Espejo's book On Borders: Territories, Legitimacy, and the Rights of Place (Oxford UP, 2020) presents an alternative model. Drawing on an intellectual tradition concerned with how land and climate shape institutions, it argues that we should not see territories as pieces of property owned by identity groups. Instead, we should see them as watersheds: as interconnected systems where institutions, people, the biota, and the land together create overlapping civic duties and relations, what the book calls place-specific duties. This Watershed Model argues that borders are justified when they allow us to fulfill those duties; that border-control rights spring from internationally-agreed conventions—not from internal legitimacy; that borders should be governed cooperatively by the neighboring states and the states system; and that border redrawing should be done with environmental conservation in mind. The book explores how this model undoes the exclusionary politics of desert islands. Tejas Parasher is Junior Research Fellow in Political Thought and Intellectual History at King's College, University of Cambridge. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/geography

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast
Hall of Famer Tony Dungy previews Colts-49ers, Pat Forde goes over the latest college football news including the legitimacy of Ohio State, Dan shares his thoughts on the Pacers' season opener against Charlotte tonight

The Dan Dakich Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 118:57


(00:00-24:13) – Wednesday's show starts with Dan previewing opening night for the Indiana Pacers. Dan continues to stress the importance of playing Myles Turner on the block and asks what interesting about this specific Pacers team. Also, Dan debuts a new segment called Today in NBA Stupidity that reviews Dan's pick for the most baffling NBA story from the last 24 hours.                           (24:14-34:35) – Dan brings up the Colts waiving QB Jacob Eason yesterday and what missing on a 4th round pick says about the Chris Ballard led front office.     (34:36-38:37) – Hour number one concludes with Dan looking at Aaron Rodgers dominance over the Chicago Bears and a look ahead to today's show.     (38:39-1:01:51) – The talented Pat Forde of ESPN stops by to discuss Lane Kiffin getting stuff thrown at him, including golf balls and bottles, while coaching against Tennessee over the weekend. Plus, Pat discusses the dismissal with cause of Nick Rolovich from Washington State, LSU announcing they will part ways with Ed Orgeron after the season and the legitimacy of Ohio State as a title contender. (1:01:52-1:13:48) – We return from commercial with Dan taking a look at the makeup of the San Francisco 49ers and what the Colts can expect from them on Sunday.      (1:13:49-1:19:13) – The second hour of the show concludes with Dan getting ready for his chat with Tony Dungy. Plus, Dan goes back and forth with the YouTube Chat.    (1:19:14-1:43:34) – The hall of famer Coach Tony Dungy of NBC Sports stops by to take us through a deep dive into the Indianapolis Colts on both sides this season. Plus, Coach Dungy looks at the Colts opponent this week, the San Francisco 49ers, that they'll play on Sunday Night Football. Later, Coach shares his thoughts on the play of Lamar Jackson and whether or not Tom Brady could play for another decade.        (1:43:35-1:53:18) – Dan returns talking a little on college basketball including the upcoming seasons for IU and Purdue. Also, Dan shares an over/under point total bet that he made on Myles Bridges.   (1:53:19-1:58:46) – Wednesday's show ends with Dan sharing the results from the Indiana Grand Racing and Casino Race of the Day. Plus, Dan asks show producer Jimmy Cook for today's edition of the JCook  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #057 — Interview with J. Daniel "Dan" Hull, Esq.

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 64:30


We've officially transitioned to our new podcast platform! And we're eager to begin elevating the Law and Legitimacy experience for each of you who continue to download, listen, rate, and reach out to share your feedback. We are endlessly grateful for your continued support for LAL and we encourage you to tell someone about us! Episode 057 is an interview with J. Daniel Hull of Hull McGuire PC, a D.C.-based muscle boutique law firm.  Dan is a true renaissance man. He is an international corporate and business law attorney, elite-level problem solver, an encyclopedia of American history and culture, quick-witted Twitter Bad Boy, and the progenitor of the world class and widely renown What About Clients?/What About Paris? blog dating to the early days of legal blogging in the mid-2000s.  And? Dan is the sole reason that producer Michael Boyer and I made acquaintance earlier in 2021. That's right. Michael begged Dan to tell me he "wasn't an idiot" as Michael postured to take on obligations as producer for LAL. Query: who is more skilled in persuasion: Michael, for successfully lobbying Dan to make the pitch, or Dan, for successfully convincing me to give Michael a call?  Anyway, this episode is an important one. It is sort of like staring at a Thomas Cole painting. Dan has a way of distilling the essence of American beauty that demands examination and is framed to inspire. Indeed, I submit to you that inspiration abounds herein.  Take, for example, the Twelve Rules of Client Service. For young lawyers, this is the How-To Guide for building an enduring legacy within the legal profession. As Michael will tell you, the Twelve Rules draw upon a devotion and an ambition that exists only in those who really want to train themselves and thrive in a world that requires something more of its inhabitants than being "nice" and "smart." I am also humbled by the timing of this episode's release. Some of you may know, but many of you will come to learn through this interview, of Dan's ongoing representation of a prominent J6 defendant, and member of the Proud Boys. Just this week, new footage has made its way into the public consciousness that supports Dan's account of the January 6th events at the Capitol, the lack of any cognizable overthrow plan, and Dan's conclusion that Americans simply "don't know each other anymore." I admire Dan, for more than his soul and wit; he is a man of great courage and wisdom. And who else do you know that had the late Alex Haley as a professor in undergrad? This is Law and Legitimacy with the Little-Bit-Alpha-Little-Bit-Pain-In-The-Ass Dan Hull. Rate us ninety-nine and three-quarters stars on whatever platform from which you're listening. Support Norm Pattis by becoming a Patreon subscriber.  Follow us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn @LawandLegitimacy. 

Podcast Pontifications
Moving Past The Full-Time Podcast Income Fallacy

Podcast Pontifications

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 7:49


Most successful podcasters don't make most of their income from their podcast. So why do successful people, from celebs to business leaders, keep investing in their own podcasts? Legitimacy and access. For every successful podcaster I know who makes most, if not all, of their income directly from their podcast, I know a hundred more successful podcasters who see very little direct income from their podcast. Yet each and every one of the successful podcasters I know credits their podcast as being instrumental to their ongoing success. Let's not forget the tangible benefits running a successful podcast brings to your podcast. Tangible benefits that are oftentimes better and more lucrative for you in the long term. A well-produced podcast is significantly better than a one-sheet at communicating your goals.  A well-produced podcast can be better than a headshot at conveying your talents.  A well-produced podcast showcases that thing you do much better than a 6-minute explainer video. And even though I'm an author, I think that a well-produced podcast is much better than a book at demonstrating your knowledge in a particular area. One of the biggest powers of a well-produced podcast is the outsized legitimacy it provides. That legitimacy opens up doors to you that other people who do not have an established, respected, and well-produced podcast may find difficult to get through.  Those tangible benefits are often much more valuable to you and to your total income possibilities than any small ad campaign, affiliate deal, or whatever bundled service offering you were pitched just this week.  ----- Boostagram Corner Thanks to Suzy Buttress for the virtual coffee! Links in the next section. ----- Links: • Getting more than 10K downloads per episode? Talk to https://gumball.fm/?utm_source=sponsorship&utm_medium=link&utm_campaign=podpont (Gumball.fm)!  • Suzy Buttress - https://www.instagram.com/suzybee_2 • The Casual Birder podcast - https://casualbirder.com • Value-for-value for this show - https://podcastpontifications.com/value-4-value • Now booking sponsorships for 2022! - https://podcastpontifications.com/sponsor ----- A written-to-be-read article and a full transcript of the audio of this episode can be found at https://podcastpontifications.com/episode/moving-past-the-full-time-podcast-income-fallacy. Visit https://twitter.com/evoterra for more podcasting insights from Evo Terra as they come. Return the value-for-value of the podcasting wisdom of this episode and more at https://PodcastPontifications.com/support And if you need a professional in your podcasting corner, please visit https://Simpler.Media to see how Simpler Media Productions can help you reach your business objectives with podcasting. Allie Press assists with the production and transcription of the show. Learn more about Allie at http://alliepress.net. Podcast Pontifications four times a week to provide ideas and ask questions every working podcaster should be thinking about. Subscribe/follow today at https://PodcastPontifications.com. Photo by https://unsplash.com/@marcnajera?utm_source=unsplash&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=creditCopyText (Marc Najera) on https://unsplash.com/s/photos/success?utm_source=unsplash&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=creditCopyText (Unsplash) This podcast uses the following third-party services for analysis: Podsights - https://podsights.com/privacy Support this podcast

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
Hour 1: Brady, LaVar & Jonas on the Cardinals Legitimacy and Friday Night News Dump

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 48:36


Jonas, Brady and LaVar think the Cardinals win over the Browns legitimizes them as the scariest team in the NFC. Questions are also legit about whether or not you can trust Baker Mayfield. The guys call out Russell Wilson for trying to hard and practicing pregame despite being on IR. They don't let the NFL get off easy with their Friday night news dump, saying Gruden's emails were the only damaging ones out of 650K plus. Also, the the Braves go up 2-0 on the Dodgers in the NLCS on the debut of "In Case You Missed It" Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Ipse Dixit
Logan Strother on Judicial Rhetoric and Institutional Legitimacy

Ipse Dixit

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 31:15


In this episode, Logan Strother, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Purdue University, discusses his article, "An Experimental Investigation of the Effect of Supreme Court Justices' Public Rhetoric on Perceptions of Judicial Legitimacy," which he co-authored with Colin Glennon, as well as his other scholarship on judicial legitimacy. Strother observes that Supreme Court justices often argue that the Court is an apolitical, neutral arbiter of disputes, in order to increase the institutional legitimacy of the Court. He then presents experimental evidence showing that this legitimizing rhetoric appears to work, especially on people who agree with the outcome of the Court's decisions. Strother is on Twitter at @LoganRStrother.This episode was hosted by Brian L. Frye, Spears-Gilbert Professor of Law at the University of Kentucky College of Law. Frye is on Twitter at @brianlfrye. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Writ Large
The Legitimacy of the Modern Age

Writ Large

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 32:08


Those of us living today generally think of ourselves as modern, that we live in modern times, and that we are very different from the people of the past. But there is an important thing that we share with all humans who have come before—we ask ourselves big, hard questions about life, questions like how we should live and why the world is so full of suffering. Each era comes up with answers to these questions. And although sometimes the answers last a long time, they are never permanent. As times change, people demand new answers. In his 1966 book The Legitimacy of the Modern Age, German philosopher Hans Blumenberg explores the evolution of humanity's answers to our perennial questions. Martin Jay is the Ehrman Professor of European History Emeritus at UC Berkeley. He is the author of Discussing Modernity: A Dialogue with Martin Jay. See more information on our website, WritLarge.fm. Follow us on Twitter @WritLargePod.

The Informal Program
Informal Program- Week 4 (II) - Bagman questions the legitimacy of the Giants

The Informal Program

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 10:00


Bagman hijacks segment 2 to celebrate the Dodgers Wild Card game victory, and cast doubt on the legitimacy of the Giants. InformalProgram.com

Business of Being Creative with Sean Low
Episode 70: To What End Marketing?

Business of Being Creative with Sean Low

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 18:47


We are at a moment in time when your ability to tell your own story is more important than having someone else tell it for you. The real question though is what is the aim? Celebrity? Opportunity? Growth? Legitimacy? Let's talk Marcy Blum and Rishi Patel. Links & Resources: Host: Sean Low of The Business of Being Creative Have your own opinion on Sean's tips and advice? Talk Back!! Email Shawn or record a voice message directly through his show's site! Link: Join Sean's Collective of Business Creatives Follow Sean on social media: Instagram: @SeanLow1 | Facebook: Facebook.com/Sean.Low.35 | LinkedIn | Twitter: @SeanLow -- Podcast Network: The Wedding Biz Network Production House: Flint Stone Media Copyright of The Wedding Biz, LLC. 2021.

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #056 — Interview with Alex Jones

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 2, 2021 53:01


Is there a future for individualism? If you've listened to this podcast for any length of time, you're well-acquainted with my preoccupation with modern America's waning respect for pluralism.  According to our guest, there is nothing but a future for individualism. And, yes, our guest on this episode is that Alex Jones.  Alex is a friend, a client, a Texan, a Christian, and a patriot. He is perhaps the most widely recognized and salient voice the world over, renown for his unfettered commitment to challenging official orthodoxy.  I am humbled to present this episode to you, and also by the notion that you may have the courage to present it to someone you know, who may then display the courage to do the same. So what is in this episode? To borrow a phrase Alex offers herein, the perspective of a Pro Human-Future Populist. We wind the clock back and discuss Alex's start in radio nearly thirty years ago, the debut of Infowars, and the cost to Alex for his commitment to remaining an independent voice, especially over the last several years.  As noted in the opening, no matter how intelligent I fancy myself, sharing a room with Alex is always an exercise in humility. I trust that through this episode you will recognize that feeling, as Alex deconstructs with lightning quickness the history of world civilizations, John Lott's perspective on the American Revolution, Thomas Jefferson's conceptualization of tyranny, and the importance of an individual's discovery of dignity in the modern era.  This episode embodies the peak nobleness of American jurisprudence. By that I simply mean that there is no greater honor than advocating for the person who personifies the very famous proposition that one need not agree with what is said in order to defend to death the right of the speaker to say it.  You can find Alex at FreeWorldNews.TV.  Rate Law and Legitimacy 150 stars on whatever platform has brought you to us. We'll barter and perhaps accept a few stars less than that. And join me on Patreon to support the future of Law and Legitimacy.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/norm-pattis/support

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #055 — The Inimitable Jim Nugent: Lawyer, Lector, and Ironman Triathlete

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 57:55


Not only does Jim Nugent genuinely love practicing law, he believes that every single person should at least matriculate through law school.  Jim is a renowned personal injury attorney anchored in New Haven, Connecticut. And Jim is my best friend. As the title of this episode briefs, Jim is also a Reader in the Catholic Church—the man to whom I give full I credit for arching my path back to the faith—and an Ironman Triathlon competitor.  Jim and I first met at the famed Trial Lawyers College many years ago. Since then, Jim has built a very successful practice upon the foundation of meeting an injured person and communicating their story to another group of human beings.  As with most LAL interviews, we cover a lot of ground. This one, however, is a unique blend of topical first impressions—such as the concept of psychodrama and what Jim dubs as "the archaeological dig of oneself"—and more enduring questions, such as the definition of justice, the trustworthiness of juries, and the vanishing trial.  I could listen to Jim talk about insurance companies' ability to buy themselves out of trials, volley the merits of the focus group as the most reliable trial preparation tool, or absorb the reason underpinning Jim's approach to witness examination for hours on end.  But what I think the young and aspiring lawyers, and the mentors among the LAL audience should hear is the sincerity in Jim's voice as he recalls the most meaningful trial of his career, the importance of spending time with our young children while they're growing up, and why after 32 years of practice he considers himself a "work in progress." I cherish these conversations, and I look forward to co-counseling a new case with Jim when the time is right.  Meet Jim Nugent: father, husband, friend, and one of the most talented lawyers on the planet.  *** Leave Law and Legitimacy a 6-Star review on whatever platform you find us. We'll settle for 5-Star reviews, too. And join me on Patreon. Your contributions there keep wind in our sails and are very, very much appreciated.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/norm-pattis/support

PHNX Arizona Cardinals Podcast
Arizona Cardinals look to seek legitimacy vs. LA Rams

PHNX Arizona Cardinals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 68:34


In this episode Chierstin Susel, Johnny Venerable and Frank Sanders discuss the Cardinals newest additions to their defensive secondary, preview their matchup vs. the Rams and funny/awkward moments around the league.

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
Hour 3: Brady, LaVar & Jonas on Raiders Legitimacy & End of Chiefs Dominance

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 47:11


Jonas, Brady and LaVar debate whether or not the Raiders can be considered the worst 3-0 team ever. The Chiefs reign of dominance seems to be over and the Ravens make history, but it was against the Lions. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Britt Happens
EP 43: Speak the Truth. Transparency Breeds Legitimacy -- With Shermichael Singleton, Political Strategist

Britt Happens

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 25:44


Tune in for a really fun discussion with political strategist and analyst, Shermichael Singleton. We talk #NickiMinaj and her COVID comments, AOC and the #MetGala, and who's album is better: #Drake or #Kanye! You don't want to miss this! Shermichael Singleton is a Political Strategist, Analyst and contributor to the Boston Globe. He has worked on three presidential election campaigns. He's been a CNN political commentator and now regularly provides commentary on MSNBC. Following the 2016 election, he was the youngest-ever Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) deputy chief of staff, supporting Secretary Ben Carson. He was removed from his HUD position after penning an op-ed critical of President Trump's characterization of Black voters. Follow me at @brittanysharpton

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #054 — The Missing Gabby Petito and the Right to Remain Silent

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 22:34


Social media is abuzz just now about the disappearance of Gabby Petito. Why isn't her boyfriend talking to police? Why won't he talk to Gabby's family?  Doesn't he have some explaining to do? Yes, and no. Ms. Petito and Brian Laundrie were childhood sweethearts. The couple, in their early 20s, set out on a months-long road trip earlier this summer, hoping to cross the country and visit some of the nation's most beautiful national parks. Their trip ended dramatically when Mr. Laundrie returned to Florida alone, with Gabby's van, on September 1st. Where was Gabby? Mr. Laundrie refused to talk to police and to Gabby's family, sparking outrage. How dare he refuse to speak? What's he hiding? Doesn't this prove he is guilty of foul play? Maybe. But maybe he's just got a good lawyer. The Fifth Amendment give him the right not to testify, and no one can compel his to speak if his words would tend to implicate him in a crime. Nothing makes you a suspect quite as quickly as being the last person to see a missing person before the person disappeared. This podcast explores why pleading the Fifth makes sense in this case, even if Mr. Laundrie is guilty of foul play. It also raises the possibility that Mr. Laundrie might be innocent, but afraid that what he knows could hurt him were he to blurt it out. As I write this, Mr. Laundrie has himself turned up missing. Rate Law and Legitimacy six stars on your respective platforms. We'll perhaps settle for five. And join Norm on Patreon. Thank you to each of you who already do! An enhanced podcast experience is around the corner.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/norm-pattis/support

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Acton Line: The legitimacy of executive powers during a state of emergency

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021


“Crisis” is a catch-all phrase used in modern rhetoric typically attached to any movement or belief that aims to point out an issue. However, it is as important as ever to rationally conclude what constitutes a crisis, and to what extent eras of “crises” defend government intervention.   In this episode, Acton Institute's research associate […]

Acton Line
The legitimacy of executive powers during a state of emergency

Acton Line

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 44:38


“Crisis” is a catch-all phrase used in modern rhetoric typically attached to any movement or belief that aims to point out an issue. However, it is as important as ever to rationally conclude what constitutes a crisis, and to what extent eras of “crises” defend government intervention.In this episode, Acton Institute's research associate and librarian Dan Hugger sits down with participants of Acton's Emerging Leader program, Grace Hemmeke, Ben Luker, and Jeremy Ward to discuss their Capstone project on the rights and responsibilities of government action in times of crisis.The three Emerging Leaders discuss the ordered role of the United States government during times of crisis through the Acton Institute's framework of a free and virtuous society, characterized by individual liberty, and sustained by religious principles. Their research was prompted by the government's role in the COVID-19 crisis, and is extended to practical judgement in both historical and current analysis of catastrophic periods.Are crises an agent in government force and control? And how will American society return to normalcy if and when this Coronavirus crisis is ever over?COVID-19 bailout unleashed a pandemic of fraudIs big government a near occasion of sin? COVID-19: the tyranny of experts Acton Line | Covid relief bill's side effects on our future economy Subscribe to Acton Vault podcastSubscribe to Acton Unwind podcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

The Common Good Podcast
Jayson Casper, Correspondent for Christianity Today, unpacks his recent articles & shares about the Christian Church in the Middle East, Brian and Aubrey react to AOC's "Tax The Rich Dress," and they discuss an encouraging tweet from Beth Moore - S

The Common Good Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2021 50:41


(00:00-9:19): Brian and Aubrey talked about hypocrisy and reacted to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's Met Gala dress. “AOC's "Tax The Rich Dress" – Ultimate Fashion Statement Or Display Of Hypocrisy.”  (9:19-27:12): Jayson Casper, Middle East Correspondent with Christianity Today, joined Brian and Aubrey to talk about some of his recent articles: “Crusaders No More: What Arab Christians and Muslims Think of Mascot Changes” “Christian and Muslim Leaders Agree on Legitimacy of Evangelism” Learn more about Jayson's writing at jaysoncasper.com and connect with him on Twitter at @jnjcasper  (27:12-37:44): Why is the bar set so low for being salt and light in today's world? Brain and Aubrey talked about this and reacted to a clip of Matt Chandler discussing the importance of sharing grace.     (37:44-43:59): Brian and Aubrey discussed Bekah McNeel's Christianity Today article, “Where the Great Commission Meets Deportation.” (43:59-50:40): Brian and Aubrey shared their thoughts on a tweet from Beth Moore, “You cannot make people like you. You cannot make people believe you. You cannot change their minds if they want to think the worst of you. You cannot demand esteem. Put that wasted effort into following Jesus &, in his name, in his love & in his ways, do your fellow humans good.”  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #053 — "Trust and Obey" with W. Michael Boyer

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 11, 2021 45:01


Norm is joined by Michael for this topical assessment of the Biden Administration's mandatory vaccine announcement.  Norm opens in classic fashion with an extended monologue in which he shares a few bits of heart-warming personal news, the emergent risk to larger businesses in the face of a burgeoning republic of virtue, the mythological interpretation of American history, the primary commitment of the American Bill of Rights, the current risk to substantive due process behind a communitarian bent, and the apparent death of classical individualism as seen through the pandemic regulations.  The episode then opens as Norm asks Michael to describe the general thrust of the Biden Administration's most recent proclamation pursuant to its "six-pronged national strategy" known as The Path Out of the Pandemic.  Norm and Michael thereafter volley ideas around the legal justification behind the activation of OSHA as the torch-bearer for applying and enforcing the mandate. Norm asks whether such an administrative appointment would survive legal scrutiny under the Chevron standard, and the two examine "safety" as a thematic backstop for an augmented enforcement of the federal police powers.  What do the known exemptions and exceptions to the forthcoming mandate do to the integrity of the mandate's constitutionality? Who bears the cost of the required weekly testing? Is the exercisable option to test weekly a viable and practical choice? When will the mandate become effective? There is no clear answer at present to any of these questions.  The "meat and potatoes" of this episode, however, is the discussion that ensues around the balance between personal sovereignty and the State's interest in the collective safety of its citizens. Michael offers his own frustration behind what he calls the "data monolith" that does not reflect a dynamic appraisal of public health and welfare.  Norm offers an interesting perspective by acknowledging that pandemic conditions are not new—5th century Athens, 6th century Rome, Europe's "Black Death", and 18th and 19th centuries' Cholera and Typhus reflect pandemic conditions as a normal risk of living. So what *is* new? Find the books Norm recommends to his listeners here and here.  The episode ends with the simple of question: where is the line? Listen. Ponder. Share.  Rate Law and Legitimacy 6 Stars on your chosen platforms. We'll perhaps settle for 5. And join Norm Pattis as a subscriber on Patreon to help fuel the future of this podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/norm-pattis/support

The Kuhner Report
Will the Biden Admin Grant Legitimacy to the Taliban?

The Kuhner Report

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 43:31


Law and Legitimacy
LAL #052 — Interview with the PR Titan Jay Jessup of Elite Lawyer Management

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2021 61:16


Happy Labor Day to you all.  I am pleased to present to you, especially the young and hungry lawyers among you, this hour-long conversation with the public relations and management titan for the nation's leading attorneys, Jay Jessup.  By and through Elite Lawyer Management, Jay and his co-founder wife, Maggie Jessup, build powerful, high-visibility brands for elite lawyer individuals and elite law firms around the country. This is indeed, as Jay describes it, the "formula for the super successful." It is what we might call a muscle boutique operation, currently working on behalf of twenty (20) lawyers and/or law firms and ten (10) lawyer-subset clients in total.  From the top ten percent (10%) of the profession, Elite Lawyer Management's mandate is to forge the top one percent (1%) in any specialty. And that means Jay and Maggie are handing out a lot of "No's". According to Jay? Roughly six (6) of every seven (7) inquiries are turned away.  Those of you who know me know I do not fancy myself as "elite" or otherwise breathing the rarified air of the legal industry's highest echelon of practitioners. But Jay likes my ponytail and I don't mind getting into verbal spats with Dr. Phil. I reckon there's something to be said for that.  As you will hear, I owe a lot to Jay and Maggie. In particular, their role as crisis managers during the very publicized and frenetic "Manhattan Madame" trial was critical to our overall success as a defense team.  Of course, our resident producer is too shy to ask the real questions so I did it for him. For the law students and young attorneys among you, pay special attention to the hypothetical I lay out in the form of Michael's current run with Carolina Craft Legal at around the 30-minute mark. Jay knows the exact book Michael should write, the panels upon which he should be speaking, and how Michael should bifurcate his brand in the personal and professional realms. In other words, let's all tell Michael to be a little more ambitious than refreshing the website and updating his LinkedIn.  This is likely the most valuable interview we've yet hosted here on Law and Legitimacy. And although Jay isn't quite ready to whip a Ford F-150 like the rest of us rugged transcendentalists, he is the man to call when you're ready to embrace the power of your own authenticity and and a culture of law warming to the necessity of self-promotion.  This is Jay Jessup of Elite Lawyer Management. Enjoy.  Rate Law and Legitimacy 6 Stars on your chosen platforms. We'll perhaps settle for 5. And join Norm Pattis as a subscriber on Patreon to help fuel the future of this podcast. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/norm-pattis/support

ThePrint
National Interest : India can't alienate its 20 crore Muslims, not when Taliban are finding legitimacy, not ever

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2021 15:18


In this week's #NationalInterest, Shekhar Gupta tells you why Indian Muslims have been completely edged out of power structures, not just by BJP, but all other parties. 

Plodcast
205: Elections and Legitimacy

Plodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 16:36


Check out Empires of Dirt: https://canonpress.com/products/empires-of-dirt-secularism-radical-islam-and-the-mere-christendom-alternative/

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #051 — "Instant Intimacy": Interview with Chaz of WPLR 99.1 FM

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 59:49


Some of you may recognize the name. Others of you may not. I am confident all of you will love this interview.  Chaz is most known for being the co-host of the Chaz and AJ in the Morning Show, the Marconi Award-winning radio program holding the title of Connecticut's #1 morning show since 2003.  But enough about that. Chaz and I are kindred spirits on what is revealed to be a shared journey anchored by the quest for individual significance. Now is where I will shamelessly plug LAL #027 — On Orwell's "1984": The Imperative of Individual Significance for a primer to those of you newcomers to the podcast.  Chaz and I met some 16 or so years ago. In my line of criminal defense work, Chaz has been a consistent and reliable source of honest inquiry surrounding the most high profile of my cases. And those are a few of the words I would use to describe Chaz generally: consistent, reliable, and honest. Traits listeners of public radio deserve now more than ever.  This interview is fairly biographical. You'll learn about the 13 year-old Chaz that applied for a summer job for underprivileged children at a local radio station, and how that opportunity changed the trajectory of his entire life.  Before Chaz was Chaz, he was Charlie Phase. By 16, he was the youngest General Manager of a radio station in the United States. The rest is history.  I ask Chaz about his funniest moments as a wedding DJ, he shares the details about the time Michael Isner got him fired, and we uncover the nitty gritty of how the business really works—sometimes, your friend gets canned to make room for you.  At bottom, this interview coalesces around a shared admiration for how we as individuals actualize ourselves in the western world and how we reconcile our perceived personal failures on the way to connecting ourselves with what really matters. Chaz calls this "regular people doing extraordinary things."  I am glad to know that Chaz is learning how to relax on the weekends. And while he affirms to me that what I do is "real" by comparison, I cannot help but to think that the extraordinary feats of regular people would cease to exist without the instant intimacy Chaz creates with us through his radio broadcasts.  Listen and enjoy.  Rate Law and Legitimacy 6 Stars on your chosen platforms. We'll perhaps settle for 5. And join Norm Pattis as a subscriber on Patreon to help fuel the future of this podcast.  --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/norm-pattis/support

THIS IS REVOLUTION >podcast
THIS IS REVOLUTION>podcast Ep. 174: The Crisis of Legitimacy w/ Doug Lain

THIS IS REVOLUTION >podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 73:41


All institutions in America post COVID seem to draw nothing but disdain and distrust from the public. Has America come to a point where belief in these formerly trusted institutions are passe? In the wake of the pandemic and the recent Afghanistan debacle, has the American ruling class lost the capacity to secure the faith of the American people? What does this mean for the contemporary left.   About Doug Lain: Douglas Lain is the publisher of Zero Books. Based in Portland, Oregon he is also a writer whose books include the science fiction novel Bash Bash Revolution from Night Shade Books and the magical realist novel Billy Moon from Tor Books. He is currently writing a book for Zero Books on the need for a new understanding of Marx. Lain was the host of the philosophy podcast "Diet Soap" from 2009 through 2014 and is now the host of Zero Squared for Zero Books and the YouTuber behind the Zero Books Youtube channel.   You can follow Doug on his YouTube Channel here: https://www.youtube.com/c/ZeroBooksTheoryChannel/featured   You Can Hear Conan Neutron's Protonic Reversal Podcast Here: https://www.protonicreversal.com/   Thank you, guys, again for taking the time to check this out. We appreciate each and every one of you. If you have the means, and you feel so inclined, BECOME A PATRON! We're creating patron only programing, you'll get bonus content from many of the episodes, and you get MERCH!   Become a patron now https://www.patreon.com/join/BitterLakePresents?   Please also like, subscribe, and follow us on these platforms as well, (specially YouTube!)   THANKS Y'ALL   YouTube: www.youtube.com/thisisrevolutionpodcast Twitch: www.twitch.tv/thisisrevolutionpodcast www.twitch.tv/leftflankvets   Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Thisisrevolutionpodcast/   Twitter: @TIRShowOakland Instagram: @thisisrevolutionoakland   The Dispatch on Zero Books (video essay series): https://youtu.be/nSTpCvIoRgw   Medium: https://jasonmyles.medium.com/kill-the-poor-f9d8c10bc33d   Pascal Robert's Black Agenda Report: https://www.blackagendareport.com/author/PascalRobert   Get THIS IS REVOLUTION Merch here: www.thisisrevolutionpodcast.com   Get the music from the show here: https://bitterlakeoakland.bandcamp.com/.../coronavirus..https://bitterlakeoakland.bandcamp.com/album/coronavirus-sessions

The Herd with Colin Cowherd
All Ball - Lottery Pick Summer League Breakdown, Gelo Legitimacy, Westbrook/Lakers Fit, Nets Bounceback with Andrew Salop

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 58:44


In this episode, Doug talks with former Israeli League guard Andrew "Combo" Salop about his upbringing in the Bronx, bouncing around to a handful of high schools, how he played in the ABA without playing DI college ball, his move to the Israeli league. Andrew and Gottlieb also break down the top NBA lottery picks performances from the NBA Summer League, Gelo's legitimacy, Russell Westbrook's fit with the Lakers, and which teams could surprise in the East and West. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Doug Gottlieb Show
All Ball - Lottery Pick Summer League Breakdown, Gelo Legitimacy, Westbrook/Lakers Fit, Nets Bounceback with Andrew Salop

The Doug Gottlieb Show

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 58:44


In this episode, Doug talks with former Israeli League guard Andrew "Combo" Salop about his upbringing in the Bronx, bouncing around to a handful of high schools, how he played in the ABA without playing DI college ball, his move to the Israeli league. Andrew and Gottlieb also break down the top NBA lottery picks performances from the NBA Summer League, Gelo's legitimacy, Russell Westbrook's fit with the Lakers, and which teams could surprise in the East and West. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb
Lottery Pick Summer League Breakdown, Gelo Legitimacy, Westbrook/Lakers Fit, Nets Bounceback with Andrew Salop

All Ball with Doug Gottlieb

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 58:44


In this episode, Doug talks with former Israeli League guard Andrew "Combo" Salop about his upbringing in the Bronx, bouncing around to a handful of high schools, how he played in the ABA without playing DI college ball, his move to the Israeli league. Andrew and Gottlieb also break down the top NBA lottery picks performances from the NBA Summer League, Gelo's legitimacy, Russell Westbrook's fit with the Lakers, and which teams could surprise in the East and West. Make sure you download, rate and subscribe here to get the latest All Ball Podcasts! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #050 — Interview with the Esteemed William "Willie" F. Dow, Esq.

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 65:10


Our guest this week is not only one of Connecticut's most effective and most proven criminal defense lawyers, but one of the finest men I have the privilege of calling a colleague and friend.  "Willie" Dow was born on Pearl Harbor Day in 1941 in Stoney Creek, Connecticut. Willie's storied legal career started in an unlikely way, with his commitment to service joining the Peace Corps being a cornerstone of that story. A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Willie leveraged his pre-law public service experience in Colombia by first joining Legal Services in D.C. and a bit later the Public Defenders Office before moving to Connecticut and accepting a position as Assistant U.S. Attorney.  On his way to private practice success, Willie cut his teeth learning and advocating against and alongside the Connecticut defense bar legends, including the founder of the American Trial Lawyers Association, the late Theodore "Ted" Koskoff. In one anecdote, Willie recalls how pedestrian Koskoff's case strategy and closing argument in a particular high profile case appeared to him only to have a revelation to the contrary while mowing his grass two years later.  The first half of this episode will take you through these early years of Willie's career before joining Jacobs in 1976. From there, this interview transitioned into a volley of questions and answers designed for today's up-and-coming young lawyers.  From Willie, "know who you are." I peppered Willie with a series of questions: what is your most amazing experience in the courtroom? Most heartbreaking? Biggest challenge?  We talk about the values that have led to the sustained success of Jacobs and Dow over the years. And then we have a little fun.  Does Willie believe in the 'vanishing trial'?  Is there such thing as a 'trial tax'? How big of a problem is 'Big Law' in the profession? What about the regulation of lawyers? Criminal sentencing guidelines? Ideal qualities of justice from the bench? Likely the most important message for young attorneys on the rise: "You can't try a case unless you can lose a case—you can't be afraid." It is all here for you in this episode, which I cap by offering Willie Sainthood. Willie can see the whole field. Listen to hear a glimpse of the uncommon among the uncommon in modern legal lore. Enjoy.  Tell a friend, a loved one, a colleague, or even a stranger about Law and Legitimacy. Remember to leave us a 5-star rating wherever you find the Law and Legitimacy podcast. And join Norm Pattis' growing subscriber base on Patreon. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/norm-pattis/support

The Propaganda Report
Biden's Domestic Terror Ruse, Propaganda War Over Legitimacy, & The Media Is Afraid (DNB)

The Propaganda Report

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 33:29


  Listen, Subscribe, Share the Show, Donate. Help us keep this train rollin! Notes & Links from Today's Show 2020 Man of the Year: Gary Lenius (freebeacon.com)   ‘Likes' and ‘shares' teach people to express more outrage online | YaleNews   Wearing Visible Proof Of Covid-19 Vaccination Status May Be Coming Soon To Film & TV Productions – Deadline   https://youtu.be/_EHJfdeaxuI   OnlyFans Will Ban Pornography Starting in October - Variety   Nude man stabs second nude man on Seattle sidewalk – KIRO 7 News Seattle   Deadline Detroit | Birmingham school board meeting marred by audience member giving Nazi salute   5,993 Mississippi Students Test Positive For COVID, 20,000 Quarantined (mississippifreepress.org)   Man Hospitalized After Taking Livestock Feed Store Ivermectin For COVID (mississippifreepress.org) The Propaganda Report on Rokfin Part I: Inside The CFR's Fear-Based Pro Vaccine Propaganda Campaign PART II: Inside The CFR's Fear-Based Pro Vaccine Propaganda Campaign (2/2) The Propaganda Report on Patreon The Propaganda Report Store Support Our Sponsors! Donate... If you find value in the content we produce and want to help us keep this train rollin, drop us a donation via Paypal or become a Patreon. (links below) Every little bit helps. Thank you! And thank you to everyone who has and continues to support the show. It's your support that enables us to continue producing shows. Paypal Patreon Subscribe & Leave A 5-Star Review... Subscribe on iTunes Subscribe on Google Play Music Listen on Google Podcasts Listen on Tunein Listen on Stitcher Follow on Spotify Like and Follow us on Facebook Follow Monica on Twitter Follow Binkley on Twitter Subscribe to Binkley's Youtube Channel https://www.paypal.me/BradBinkley https://www.patreon.com/propagandareport https://twitter.com/freedomactradio https://twitter.com/MonicaPerezShow https://www.youtube.com/bradbinkley https://www.youtube.com/monicaperez  

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Thursday, August 19, 2021

The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2021 25:39


DOCUMENTATION AND ADDITIONAL READING PART 1 (0:0 - 11:7): ────────────────── Are Americans Just Deciding Not to Work? It's Vexing Economists — And Should Concern Us All THE ECONOMIST Will the Rich World's Worker Deficit Last? PART 2 (11:8 - 21:4): ────────────────── Chief Justice John Roberts Prediction Nears Fruition as Harvard Law Today Argues for the Legitimacy of Polyamory HARVARD LAW TODAY (ELAINE MCARDLE) Polyamory and the Law Harvard Law Today PART 3 (21:5 - 25:39): ────────────────── Did God Create Disgust, or Is It an Evolutionary Trait Necessary for Survival? Worldview is Everywhere — Yes, Even in “Festival Toilet” Videos NEW YORK TIMES (SABRINA IMBLER) Ever Feel Your Skin Crawling? Maybe You Can Thank Evolution.

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #049 — The Taliban and the Failure of Western Monism

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2021 23:14


The Taliban erased the work and struggle of two decades of Western influence and state building in Afghanistan this week. It was a collage of what I call globalist monism — the assumption that there can be a universal agreement on global norms capable of governing the world. The collapse carries a warning to the West:  Rekindle the traditions that brought you to the world power, or welcome your own version of the Taliban to your shores. Momism is the vision of a world in which one set of values or beliefs are regarded as superior to those of others. Thus, the best version of society can be known, and imposed on others for their own good. In the words of Jean Jacques Rousseau, people can be forced to be free. Pluralism, by contrast, holds that there are competing visions of the good — that individuals should be free to find their own way, guided by their own vision of the good. We're all closet monists, making the best choices we can for ourselves. But we recognize pluralism as the best means for creating a good life in common. Hence the power of liberal democratic societies, especially in the post-World War II world. But a funny thing happened on the way to the 21st century. The bottom fell out of pluralism.  We used to take for granted unstated assumptions about the value such things as truth, beauty and objective reality — bedrock principles that form the core of the Juadeo-Christian tradition. Now, everything is up for grabs. There is no center. Hence the failure of globalism. The universal vision of a global citizen, of global norms, denies the truth that all politics are local. We crave efficacy and significance in our own lives. The Taliban understood that. It's vision of the good rejects western monism. The danger? Globalism is right in theory but fatal in fact: Yes, there are answers to what is best for all. The trouble is now of us want what is best for all. We all chose our own imperatives before adopting those of others. When individual imperatives are shorn from their base in a grand tradition, nihilism becomes the norm. We're on the road to nihilistic disintegration in the United States. Identitarians and the Taliban may look different, but they are the same. We crave significance. We need ideals as large and grand as our aspirations, We've lost sight of these goals and visions. Afghanistan shows a civilization, a way of life, that has exhausted itself. Behold, the New Barbarism. Tell a friend, a loved one, a colleague, or even a stranger about Law and Legitimacy. Remember to leave us a 5-star rating wherever you find the Law and Legitimacy podcast. And join Norm Pattis' growing subscriber base on Patreon. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/norm-pattis/support

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #048 — Interview with Attorney Marc Randazza, the First Amendment Juggernaut

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2021 63:02


My guest on this episode of Law and Legitimacy is premier First Amendment lawyer, Marc Randazza.  Marc's resume speaks for itself. And as you will hear, Marc has been an advocate for individual sovereignty since grade school.  We start this interview by tracing his path to prominence in First Amendment advocacy. You'll learn about Marc's genetic predisposition to fail at adapting to military discipline. You'll hear about the times he flunked out of undergrad. You might even be disgusted to know that Marc pursued journalism before pursuing a career in law.  But what you'll hear the most is Marc's unwavering commitment to the principles of free expression and the unlikely beginnings of a glittering career that began with his defense of an adult book store. Unpopular political speech is the totality of Marc's bustling practice. So I ask him: what is the Bill of Rights? Why does the Bill of Rights matter? And then I ask him what the biggest threats are to free speech.  My answer—that the bottom has fallen out of pluralism in American society—will not surprise you. But neither will Marc's insight. Listen in for a volley of ideas surrounding notions of obscenity, the social and therapeutic value of the marketplace of ideas, the impact of political tribalism on the curtailment of speech, and the likelihood that SCOTUS applies obscenity to political speech in order to create a "Hate Speech" exception to the First Amendment.  Marc is one of the good ones. I cherish working with him. And I cherish opportunities like this to capture the essence of the finest our sacred practice has to offer. Enjoy.  Tell a friend, a loved one, a colleague, or even a stranger about Law and Legitimacy. Remember to leave us a 5-star rating wherever you find the Law and Legitimacy podcast. And join Norm Pattis' growing subscriber base on Patreon. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/norm-pattis/support

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #047 — Andrew, Andrew, Andrew—You Pussy

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 22:06


I guess nothing is sacred any longer in the United States—certainly not elections, legal process, fairness, or the presumption of innocence. In a 165-page report by New York's Attorney General, Andrew Cuomo was accused of a pattern of sexual harassment involving eleven women. The governor denied it, but has now announced his intention to resign from office. Seriously? Were I a New Yorker, I would feel betrayed, especially if I had voted for the man. He owes more to the people of the Empire State that this ignominious retreat from confronting charges he denies. We've become a republic of pusillanimous wimps. The claims against Cuomo are that he kissed, hugged, and groped women with whom he worked, and that he sometimes talked about sex with them.  He was single. He hugs and kisses men, too. What next, a parade of men who he's hugged or kissed under the banner #HimToo? I was hopeful that the #MeToo movement had run its course during the pandemic, the hysteria spent and now flowing in other directions. My hopes are dashed. Flirtation is a crime and victimhood the new national pastime. Cuomo's decision to cut and run is a major disappointment. I thought he was a fighter. He's not. He's a pussy. Tell a friend, a loved one, a colleague, or even a stranger about Law and Legitimacy. Remember to leave us a 5-star rating wherever you find the Law and Legitimacy podcast. And join Norm Pattis' growing subscriber base on Patreon. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/norm-pattis/support

Law and Legitimacy
LAL #046 — New York Moves Toward Social Utility Scores

Law and Legitimacy

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 7, 2021 21:57


This week, New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio announced a new “Key to NYC Pass" program. Listen to the mayor: “This is a miraculous place literally full of wonders. If you're vaccinated, all that's going to open up to you. But if you're unvaccinated, unfortunately you will not be able to participate in many things.” He's telling you, then, unless you are either registered online as vaccinated or carry proof of vaccination, you cannot dine at an indoor restaurant, use a gym or enter a movie theater. “Your papers, please,” will become the new greeting of hosts and hostesses everywhere. It's chilling, a prelude to a terrifying future. And because it arrises in the context of a never-ending pandemic, and because it affects only access to seeming luxuries, we will tolerate as a necessary price to pay for safety. As one New Yorker put it: “This is about public health, so if you are entitled to not have the vaccination, and I am entitled to have the vaccination, I am also entitled not to want to be around you because I am taking care of myself and taking care of the community.” Such are the seedlings of something like totalitarianism planted. Are we in a public health emergency requiring extreme measures? If so, what's the next emergency requiring such measures: gun control, “systemic racism,” or, perhaps, climate change? Let's just yield liberty to the experts, those folks who know best how we can, and should, live. In China, folks carry identification cards. Some of those cards are equipped with microchips containing massive amounts of data about the bearer's habits — what they read, where they visit, what they buy, and who they associate with. An algorithm can score people based on what technocrats believe is a desirable social profile. People with higher social utility scores get better and less expensive access to both amenities and necessities. I fear we're one step closer to that in the United States, although here we won't call it social utility—we'll call it Wokeness. Scary times ahead, and I am not talking about the pandemic. Remember to leave us a 5-star rating wherever you find Law and Legitimacy. And join Norm Pattis' growing subscriber base on Patreon. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/norm-pattis/support

The Tom Barnard Show
What's In A Name - #2025-2

The Tom Barnard Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 26, 2021 55:10


Quick Snaps is back!  Wait, we've just been informed that it never left.  It's been going this whole time.  Who knew?  Regardless, football is more or less back, which lends an air of legitimacy to Quick Snaps.  And that's what comedians care most about.  Legitimacy.  Also wacky names.  It's a subject that transcends culture.  Actually, that's often the problem.  It's difficult to ensure your child's name isn't a double entendre in every language.  Still, do your best. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.