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World Business Report
Biden administration criticises ExxonMobil profits

World Business Report

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2023 50:44


Rahul Tandon is joined by Sushma Ramachandran, business journalist and columnist for The Tribune in Delhi, and Allison Schrager, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and contributing editor at City Journal in New York, to discuss the day's business news. The Biden administration in the US has expressed anger over record annual profits posted by the US oil giant, ExxonMobil. The company's net profit for last year was just over fifty-five billion dollars, driven by soaring oil and gas prices caused by the war in Ukraine. Also in the US, the Federal Reserve is meeting to make its next decision on interest rates - as the world watches. Meanwhile, the Indian government will present its last full budget on Wednesday before the country holds elections in 2024 - what could it contain?

Mornings on the Mall
1.31.23 - Hour 3: Hunter's expensive legal troubles, Corn Pop story part two

Mornings on the Mall

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 35:57


In the third hour of The Vince Coglianese Show, the FBI raided a Biden thinktank in November but never told the public about it. There's an effort to raise money for Hunter Biden's legal bills. The Washington Post called Biden's illegal dealings as a lucrative career as an investment advisor. The media keeps instigating a fight between Trump and DeSantis by taking the governor's comments out of context. Vince speaks with Heather MacDonald, Thomas W Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of the book “The Diversity Delusion: How Race and Gender Pandering Corrupt the University and Undermine our Culture” about the fallacy that white cops target black citizens while patrolling. Joe Biden's friend backs up his Corn Pop story.  For more coverage on the issues that matter to you visit www.WMAL.com, download the WMAL app or tune in live on WMAL-FM 105.9 from 3-6pm.   To join the conversation, check us out on social media: @WMAL @VinceCoglianese See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Joe Piscopo Show
9 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 1-31-23

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 52:56


Rafael Mangual, senior fellow with and head of research for the Manhattan Institute's Policing and Public Safety Initiative and a contributing editor of City JournalTopic: Death of Tyre Nichols, crime in cities nationwideCharlie Giblin, Special Agent in Charge of the NJ Department of Treasury Office of Criminal Investigation & Internal Security (Ret.)Topic: Problems with banning all flavored tobacco productsSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Dom Giordano Program
Author and Manhattan Institute Fellow Heather Mac Donald on Tyre Nichols

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 8:23


Dom welcomes in Heather Mac Donald, Thomas W. Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of The War on Cops and The Diversity Delusion to gather her thoughts about the Tyre Nichols incident and the ensuing media coverage. Mac Donald offers her analysis of the continued effort by the media to transform the horrific incident into a racial divider, offering up what she believes Leftist media outlets and personalities have to gain by promoting racial rife. (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images) 

The Dom Giordano Program
Dress Codes Under Fire Again, I'm In Favor of a Dress Code

The Dom Giordano Program

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 46:47


Full Hour | In today's third hour, Dom leads off by offering up the newest developments in offensive language, telling that the organization that tried taking ‘The French' off the table has backtracked a bit. Then, Dom gives an update in both the Houck case and the death of Tyre Nichols in Memphis. After that, Dom tells that school dress codes are further under fire, explaining why he's in favor of a dress code but not uniforms. Then, Dom welcomes in Heather Mac Donald, Thomas W. Smith Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and author of The War on Cops and The Diversity Delusion to gather her thoughts about the Tyre Nichols incident and the ensuing media coverage. Mac Donald offers her analysis of the continued effort by the media to transform the horrific incident into a racial divider, offering up what she believes Leftist media outlets and personalities have to gain by promoting racial rife. (Photo by Getty Images)

Chicago's Morning Answer with Dan Proft & Amy Jacobson

0:00 - Dan & Amy react to NYC Mayor Eric Adams closing the city's doors to immigrants   11:40 - Biden announcement yesterday he is sending Abrams tanks to Ukraine   29:26 - Facebook's Nick Clegg tells Bret Baier about reinstating Trump to the platform   42:54 - Official Time Out at Loyola Chicago Basketball Game   45:12 - Project Veritas undercover reporter talks to Pfizer's Jordon Trishton Walker, Dir of R&D, Strategic Operations and mRNA Scientific Planning    58:21 - U.S. representative from Illinois' 15th congressional district, Mary Miller, shares her reasons for holding out against McCarthy and weighs in on Biden's tanks to Ukraine and government overspending. For more on Rep Miller's work for Illinois' 15th visit marymiller.house.gov   01:15:03 - Take the money and run     01:31:18 - Bradley C.S. Watson, teacher at the Van Andel Graduate School of Government at Hillsdale College in Washington, D.C, adds his name to the long and depressing list of high-profile academic “cancellations.” You can also check out Professor Watson's most recent book Progressivism: The Strange History of a Radical Idea 01:53:17 - Rafael Mangual, senior fellow and head of research for the Manhattan Institute's Policing and Public Safety Initiative, on big city crime and  Embracing Failure. Rafael is also the author of  Criminal (In)Justice: What the Push for Mass-Decarceration and Depolicing Gets Wrong, and Who It Hurts MostSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Joe Piscopo Show
8 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 1-26-23

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 53:12


Dr. Sebastian Gorka, nationally syndicated radio talk show host, heard every afternoon at 3 p.m. on AM 970 The Answer, the host of "The Gorka Reality Check" on Newsmax, and a member of the National Security Education BoardTopic: Facebook and Instagram reinstating Trump accounts, Biden, Trump, and Pence documents Nicole Gelinas, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, Contributing Editor at City Journal, and columnist for the New York PostTopic: Her New York Post piece: "Mayor Adams needs to call out exactly who's handcuffing NYC on crime," Adams' state of the city address todaySee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Education Exchange
Ep. 276 - Jan. 23, 2023 - School Districts Are Too Big To Succeed, Scholar Says

The Education Exchange

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 23:10


A senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, Andy Smarick, joins Paul E. Peterson to discuss the consolidation of modern school districts, and how the increased size of districts can restrict choice options and responsiveness to families. Smarick's piece, "Too Big to Succeed: It's time to break up the nation's largest school districts," is available now at City Journal. https://www.city-journal.org/time-to-break-up-nations-largest-school-districts

Breaking Battlegrounds
Congressman Dusty Johnson on the Debt Ceiling

Breaking Battlegrounds

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2023 66:54


This week on Breaking Battlegrounds, friend of the show Henry Olsen returns with a look at the fight over the debt ceiling. Later, we are honored to be joined in studio by Congressman Dusty Johnson of South Dakota. Finally, we wrap up with a conversation with Monica Eaton, founder of Chargeback 911.-Henry Olsen is a Washington Post columnist and a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. Olsen began his career as a political consultant at the California firm of Hoffenblum-Mollrich. After three years working for the California Assembly Republican Caucus, he returned to school to become a lawyer. Following law school he clerked for the Honorable Danny J. Boggs on the United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals and as an associate in the Philadelphia office of Dechert, Price & Rhoads. He then joined the think tank world where he spent the next eighteen years as an executive at a variety of institutions, serving as the President of the Commonwealth Foundation, a Vice President at the Manhattan Institute, and as Vice President and Director, National Research Initiative, at the American Enterprise Institute. He left AEI in 2013 to pursue a career in political analysis and writing at EPPC. During that time his work has appeared in variety of leading publications in America and the United Kingdom. He is the author or co-author of two books, “The Working Class Republican: Ronald Reagan and the Return of Blue-Collar Conservatism” and (with Dante J. Scala) “The Four Faces of the Republican Party”. His biennial election predictions have been widely praised for the uncanny accuracy, and he is a frequent guest on television and radio programs. Olsen regularly speaks about American political trends and global populism in the United State, Europe, and Australia.-Dusty Johnson brings an energetic and optimistic style to Washington as South Dakota's lone voice in the U.S. House of Representatives. A “policy guy,” he works hard to be a knowledgeable and value-added member on issues related to his two primary committee assignments: Agriculture, Transportation & Infrastructure.Prior to being elected to Congress, Dusty served as vice president for Vantage Point Solutions, a South Dakota-based engineering and consulting firm specializing in rural telecommunications.  Vantage Point has more than 200 employees and helps rural providers design, build, and operate broadband systems in 40 states.  Dusty is an expert in state and national telecommunications policy, especially Federal Communications Commission reform efforts and the transformation of the Universal Service Fund.In 2004, Dusty was elected statewide to the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission.  He worked with his colleagues to maintain a fair and reasonable regulatory environment, facilitating the investment of hundreds of millions of dollars into rural energy and telecommunications infrastructure.  In 2010, Governor Dennis Daugaard asked Dusty to serve as chief of staff, the chief operating officer for much of state government.  In that role, Dusty oversaw many of the Governor's top projects and initiatives, especially those related to infrastructure and public safety.Dusty grew up in a large working-class family in central South Dakota.  He has degrees from the University of South Dakota and the University of Kansas.  Dusty has been an active community volunteer, having served as a Sunday School teacher, adjunct faculty member at Dakota Wesleyan University, and president and board member of Abbott House, an agency serving abused and neglected children. He lives in Mitchell with his wife and three sons.  As a family, they enjoy hiking, camping, hunting, and reading.-Monica Eaton is an international entrepreneur, speaker, author, and industry thought leader. Monica founded Chargebacks911 in 2011 to provide a solution to merchants suffering from fraudulent chargebacks and since then, has recovered more than $4 billion in revenue for over 1 million businesses and banks through Chargebacks911 for merchants and its sister company, Fi911 for financial institutions. Monica has received dozens of awards for her innovation and has been featured in publications like The Washington Post, Forbes, FinTech Magazine, and Entrepreneur Magazine.-Connect with us:www.breakingbattlegrounds.voteTwitter: www.twitter.com/Breaking_BattleFacebook: www.facebook.com/breakingbattlegroundsInstagram: www.instagram.com/breakingbattlegroundsLinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/breakingbattlegrounds This is a public episode. If you would like to discuss this with other subscribers or get access to bonus episodes, visit breakingbattlegrounds.substack.com

Show-Me Institute Podcast
Now What? The Debt Ceiling Crisis with Brian Riedl

Show-Me Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 24:28


Susan Pendergrass speaks with Brian Riedl. Brian Riedl is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, focusing on budget, tax, and economic policy. Previously, he worked for six years as chief economist to Senator Rob Portman (R-OH) and as staff director of the Senate Finance Subcommittee on Fiscal Responsibility and Economic Growth. He also served as a director of budget and spending policy for Marco Rubio's presidential campaign and was the lead architect of the ten-year deficit-reduction plan for Mitt Romney's presidential campaign. Produced by Show-Me Opportunity

Emerging Women: Grace and Fire
Everything You Need to Know About Your Own Racism with Saira Rao

Emerging Women: Grace and Fire

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 56:27


Episode Summary Although not everyone is able to digest radical honesty about racism, Saira Rao is here to talk about it in a courageous and raw way. In this episode, Chantal and Saira talk about racism and how white supremacy and saviorism are still a massive problem in a world where everyone is more racist than they would like to admit. They also talk about how Saira makes this situation visible through projects like her movie, Deconstructing Karen, her book, White Women: Everything You Already Know About Your Own Racism and How to Do Better and the discussion space Race To Dinner. About Our Guest Saira Rao is a co-founder and Creative Director of In This Together Media, a book packaging company of children's fiction with greater diversity in terms of gender, race, sexual orientation, and experience. She is the author of Chambermaid (Grove Press) and The Madlands (forthcoming). Previously, Saira was a television news producer in Washington D.C., and Miami; a policy associate at the Center for Educational Innovation at The Manhattan Institute; a law clerk on the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit; and a lawyer at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP in New York City. Saira is a graduate of the University of Virginia and the New York University School of Law. Saira Rao (Democratic Party) ran for election to the U.S. House to represent Colorado's 1st Congressional District. She lost in the Democratic primary on June 26, 2018. She launched a movie named Deconstructing Karen at the same time she launched with Regina Jackson “White Women: Everything You Already Know About Your Own Racism and How to Do Better”. Saira co-founds Race To Dinner with Regina Jackson which is a space to discuss with radical honesty different topics that are not talked about enough in this patriarchal and racist society. Insights from this episode: —Saira's journey to being a self-constructed best seller author —Difficulties in achieving profit with Race To Dinner —Dealing with the reviews of Saira's book “White Women: Everything You Already Know About Your Own Racism and How to Do Better” —Applying for a job as a woman of color —Positive white identity —How can black women be in a community with non-black women —White saviorism —Saira's son and how he experiences racism in school —Black women in the technology industry —White supremacy as the status quo —Community building between white women —What is next in Saira's professional life Quotes from the show: “[About the book] This is deprogramming and it's painful, at first it is really painful, it's confusing” —Saira Rao, Emerging Women Podcast. “[About work situations where women of color are left aside] We've intentionally interviewed a bunch of black, indigenous, latina, and asian women in different professions to show it doesn't matter if you're a latina woman in Seattle or a black woman in Florida, it's the same” —Saira Rao, Emerging Women Podcast. “In order for us to do community, we need to stand strong in our claiming of our identity, whatever that means to us and that also means unraveling what we've been socialized to believe who we are” —Chantal Pierrat, Emerging Women Podcast. “There is no perfection without white skin so I don't have a chance, Regina [Jackson] doesn't have a chance, so white skin is a necessary but insufficient component of perfectionism” —Saira Rao, Emerging Women Podcast. “If you all are competing with each other to be the thinnest, the prettiest, have the best hair, have the best looking husbands, have the smartest best looking children, have the best homes, how can you be in community with each other? ” —Saira Rao, Emerging Women Podcast. Stay connected: Saira Rao: Twitter: Saira Rao LinkedIn: Saira Rao Instagram: Saira Rao Chantal Pierrat Twitter: @chantalpierrat LinkedIn: Chantal Pierrat Emerging Women Website: https://emergingwomen.com/ Twitter: @emergingW Facebook: @EmergingWomen

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan
Glenn Loury On Being A Minority Within A Minority

The Dishcast with Andrew Sullivan

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 84:48


Glenn is an academic and writer. At the age of 33, he became the first African-American professor of economics at Harvard to get tenure, and he's currently the Merton P. Stoltz Professor of Economics at Brown University, as well as a Paulson Fellow at the Manhattan Institute. His longtime podcast, The Glenn Show, is now on Substack, where he regularly appears with John McWhorter. He's currently writing a memoir of his incredibly colorful life, The Enemy Within, which we talk about at length.You can listen to the episode right away in the audio player above (or on the right side of the player, click “Listen On” to add the Dishcast feed to your favorite podcast app). For two clips of our convo — how the insistence on the permanence of “white supremacy” hurts African-Americans, and how we are all hypocrites to some extent — pop over to our YouTube page.Other topics: Glenn's upbringing on the South Side, his forebears' migration from the segregated South, his parents dealing with him as a prodigy, dropping out of college with a newborn, rebounding to MIT and Harvard, being ostracized by the black cognoscenti, his drug addiction, his conversion to Christianity, his loss of faith, falling out with the neocon right, the racial wealth gap, and affirmative action.The Dishcast is part of The Weekly Dish on Substack. To subscribe and receive the weekly emails and full offerings, head here: https://andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe Get full access to The Weekly Dish at andrewsullivan.substack.com/subscribe

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Q & A, Hosted by Jay Nordlinger: Better Call Sol

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 42:58


Sol Stern is a veteran writer and policy analyst. He was born in Israel—actually, Mandatory Palestine—in 1935. The Sterns moved to New York when Sol was three and a half. As a young journalist, he was part of the New Left. Disillusionment set in. For more than 20 years, he worked at the Manhattan Institute, […]

Q & A, Hosted by Jay Nordlinger

Sol Stern is a veteran writer and policy analyst. He was born in Israel—actually, Mandatory Palestine—in 1935. The Sterns moved to New York when Sol was three and a half. As a young journalist, he was part of the New Left. Disillusionment set in. For more than 20 years, he worked at the Manhattan Institute, becoming best-known for education policy. These days, he says he belongs to what Robert... Source

The Catholic Current
“Gender Affirming Care” And Other Lies (Dr. Leor Sapir) 1/11/23

The Catholic Current

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 52:16


We welcome back Dr. Leor Sapir of the Manhattan Institute and City Journal to discuss the pernicious misnomer of "gender affirming care". How did that euphemism for mutilation creep into modern language, and why is the European medical model differing from what is being done in America? The Distortions in Jack Turban's Psychology Today Article on ‘Gender Affirming Care' WPATH Finally Acknowledges Europe's Restrictions on Gender-Affirming Care "Gender-Affirming Care" and the Placebo Effect | City Journal Twitter Thread on Misleading Dutch Studies Twitter Thread on the "Sex-As-Spectrum" Thesis Read Fr. McTeigue's Written Works! Questions? Comments? Feedback? Ask Father!

Gender: A Wider Lens Podcast
TOP 5 of 2022 Countdown: #4 EP 88 - Gender: Philosophy, Institutions, and Policy with Leor Sapir

Gender: A Wider Lens Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 72:24


This episode is being rereleased as part of our Top 5 Episodes of 2022 Countdown! If you've ever asked yourself: how is this happening? How are so many institutions completely captured by contemporary gender beliefs? How are medical bodies, educational institutions, and courts operating in ways that seem crazy? Well, then you really need to listen to this insightful and clarifying discussion with Leor Sapir. Leor is a fellow at the Manhattan Institute. A driven researcher with a Ph.D. in Political Science from Boston College, Dr. Sapir previously completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Program on Constitutional Government at Harvard University. His academic work, including his dissertation on the Obama Administration's Title IX regulations, has investigated how America's political culture and constitutional government shape public policy on matters of civil rights.Similarly, at the Manhattan Institute, Dr. Sapir will apply his knowledge of political theory and American government to policy issues, homing in, particularly on issues of gender identity and transgenderism. His inaugural essay in the Winter 2022 issue of City Journal explores a series of recent court rulings surrounding transgenderism, demonstrating how bad ideas translate from fringe academic theory into law and policy. Previous web pieces for City Journal have explored evolving athletic guidelines and media coverage surrounding transgender issues. He discussed these pieces in a recent episode of City Journal's 10 Blocks podcast.Leor asserts the collapse of liberal optimism has brought about mindless apathy and subsequently, a kind of soft despotism. Leor makes the razor-sharp observation that being non-judgemental is our new civic religion. We talk about institutional capture, whether courts are the best place to decipher complex social issues, and what the impending malpractice lawsuits will mean for gender medicine. We also discuss the difference between the U.S. system and systems in progressive European countries, where a reversal of affirmation medicine seems to be taking place. We get into so much here: political philosophy, the virtue of tolerance vs. apathy, and what's at stake when members of a society begin to lose their sense of engagement and responsibility to one another and to truth itself.Links & Resources:Leor Sapir's writings: https://www.manhattan-institute.org/expert/leor-sapirWinter 2022 issue of City Journal:https://www.city-journal.org/magazine?issue=345Leor Sapir's essay on athletic guidelines:https://www.city-journal.org/confused-and-flawed-debate-over-transgender-inclusion-in-womens-sportsLeor Sapir's essay on media coverage:https://www.city-journal.org/misguided-affirmationsCity...

SAE Tomorrow Today
143. The Problem(s) with Replacing Fossil Fuels

SAE Tomorrow Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 49:58


From geopolitical pressures to the shunning of fossil fuels, there is no question the current state of energy in the US and globally is a mess. One possible answer? An “all of the above” approach. . For candid insight into this topic, we sat down with Mark P. Mills, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a faculty fellow at Northwestern University's McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science. Mark served in the White House Science Office under President Reagan and subsequently provided science and technology policy counsel to a variety of private-sector firms, the Department of Energy, and U.S. research laboratories. He began his career as an experimental physicist and development engineer in microprocessors and fiber optics. . As part of this wide-ranging discussion, Mark shares his views on the need for hydrocarbon, the instability of the grid, energy's relationship to inflation, the US dependance on China, and why there should be a holistic approach to the world's energy needs. . Mark is author of the book The Cloud Revolution: How the Convergence of New Technologies Will Unleash the Next Economic Boom and a Roaring 2020s and host of the new podcast The Last Optimist. He is also author of Digital Cathedrals (2020), and Work in the Age of Robots (2018). His articles have been published widely, including in the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, USA Today, and Real Clear. Mills has appeared as a guest on CNN, Fox, NBC, PBS, and The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. He has testified before Congress numerous times, and briefed state public-service commissions and legislators. . We'd love to hear from you. Share your comments, questions and ideas for future topics and guests to podcast@sae.org. Don't forget to take a moment to follow SAE Tomorrow Today—a podcast where we discuss emerging technology and trends in mobility with the leaders, innovators and strategists making it all happen—and give us a review on your preferred podcasting platform. . Follow SAE on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube. Follow host Grayson Brulte on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram.

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
Why the Middle Class is Fleeing to States Like Utah

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 10:15


The middle class is fleeing states like California and going to places like Utah. Why are they leaving? Steve Malenga from the Manhattan Institute joins Inside Sources to discuss why the middle-class is leaving states that tax the rich and enforce strict regulations creating high costs for everyone who lives there. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

SpeechCast
SpeechCast - A Shine-A-Light event - Does Radical Social Justice Fuel Antisemitism and Anti-Asian Sentiment? - 50EP

SpeechCast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 93:22


A special Shine-A-Light evening. Our expert panel discussed the recent Jewish Institute for Liberal values commissioned poll that highlights the dangers of this political ideology to Asian Americans and Jews. The panel included Nathan Klein, a pollster from OnMessage Public Strategies; David Bernstein Founder, CEO, and Author, Wai Wah an adjunct fellow at the Manhattan Institute and the founding president of the Chinese American Citizens Alliance of Greater New York, and Dr. Lizzie Wahab, a leader in transnational education.

Madison's Notes
Assessing Affirmative Action: A Conversation with Jason Riley

Madison's Notes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 42:00


With the Supreme Court poised to potentially outlaw race-conscious admissions, Affirmative Action may soon be on the chopping block. What will be the legacy of this half-century-old policy? Jason Riley, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and columnist at the Wall Street Journal, discusses affirmative action's impact both on the black community and the broader American education system. More about Jason: https://www.manhattan-institute.org/expert/jason-l-riley  His book, "The Black Boom": httphttps://www.manhattan-institute.org/riley-black-boom  His book, "Please Stop Helping Us": https://www.amazon.com/Please-Stop-Helping-Us-Liberals/dp/1594038414 Statistical evidence of the impact of racial preferences in college admissions, mentioned in the discussion: https://www.dukechronicle.com/article/2022/01/harvard-unc-affirmative-action-case-race-admissions-peter-arcidiacano-david-card-expert-witness-duke-university  His piece, "Racial Preferences Harm Their Beneficiaries, Too," WSJ https://www.wsj.com/articles/college-racial-preferences-harm-beneficiaries-harvard-unc-supreme-court-higher-education-college-students-affirmative-action-11664917859  His piece, "The College Board's Racial Pandering," WSJ https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-college-boards-racial-pandering-education-k-12-schooling-ap-courses-exams-testing-high-schools-math-reading-propaganda-11664309793 

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Madison's Notes: Assessing Affirmative Action: A Conversation with Jason Riley (#14)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 42:00


With the Supreme Court poised to potentially outlaw race-conscious admissions, Affirmative Action may soon be on the chopping block. What will be the legacy of this half-century-old policy? Jason Riley, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and columnist at the Wall Street Journal, discusses affirmative action’s impact both on the black community and the broader […]

The Smerconish Podcast
Should Gas Powered Leaf Blowers Be Regulated?

The Smerconish Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 25:37


Michael joins Howard Husock, Manhattan Institute's Vice President of policy research, in a conversation about the logistics of...leaf blowers. Should they be regulated or outright banned? What are the environmental impacts? Are electric blowers a reliable alternative? Michael and Husock hope to answer these questions in a surprisingly complex episode of the Smerconish Podcast. Original air date 01 December 2022.

C-SPAN Radio - Washington Today
Weekend Edition: Authors of 'Homelessness In America', 'Black Women Will Save The World' & 'Crisis In The Classroom'

C-SPAN Radio - Washington Today

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 36:11


In this weekend's episode, three segments from C-SPAN's Washington Journal annual AUTHORS WEEK series. First, a conversation with with Stephen Eide (EYE'd), senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, author of the book "Homelessness in America: The History and Tragedy of an Intractable Social Problem." Next, veteran White House correspondent April Ryan of theGrio discusses her book "Black Women Will Save the World: An Anthem." Then, talk show host and entrepreneur Armstrong Williams, former Trump Housing & Urban Development Secretary Dr. Ben Carson, and civil rights attorney Benjamin Crump discuss their book, "Crisis in the Classroom." Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

MCC Podcast
Social Values in Times of Crisis – The Psychiatrist's Perspective

MCC Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2022 29:29


Dr. Anthony Daniels, also known by his pen name Theodore Dalrymple, is a British author, columnist, cultural critic and retired prison psychiatrist who is currently Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute. As a physician, his work took him over the years to a variety of exotic countries (including Zimbabwe, Tanzania, South Africa and Kiribati), as well as prisons across the United Kingdom. His first article was published in The Spectator in 1983. Since then, his contributions have appeared in a number of high-ranking newspapers and journals, such as The Times, New Statesman, The Observer, The Daily Telegraph, National Review and The Wall Street Journal. Dr. Daniels is also the author of several literary works.Az MCC Podcast adásaiban érdekes emberekkel izgalmas témákról beszélgetünk. Feldolgozzuk a közélet, a gazdaság, a társadalom fontosabb aktuális történéseit, de olyan kérdéseket is napirendre veszünk, mint például a művészet, a család vagy a vallás. Vendégeink között oktatóink, kutatóink, vendégelőadóink kapnak helyet. Mindenkinek kellemes időtöltést és szellemi feltöltődést kívánunk.

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
How to Attract and Keep the World's Top Talent in the U.S.

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2022 8:55


America's immigration system has no shortage of problems. One of our biggest issues is attracting and keeping high-skilled immigrants. Daniel Di Martino from the Manhattan Institute breaks down his new report on how to bring top talent to the US by expanding employment-based visas. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rod Arquette Show
Rod Arquette Show: 2022 Was America's Worst Ever for Illegal Immigration

Rod Arquette Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 103:05


Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Friday, December 16, 2022 4:20 pm: Congressman Chris Stewart joins the show to discuss the passing of a military spending bill that includes a repeal of the vaccine mandate for the nation's troops 4:38 pm: Washington Times contributor Tim Constantine joins Rod for a conversation about his piece about Joe Biden's plan to provide a $36 million bailout to a Teamsters union pension plan, a union regularly tied to organized crime 5:05 pm: John Daniel Davidson, Senior Correspondent at The Federalist, joins the show to discuss his recent piece on the end of Title 42 has capped the worst year for illegal immigration in American history 6:05 pm: Paul Kengor, author and Political Science Professor at Grove City College joins Rod to discuss his piece in The American Spectator about how Joe Biden has humiliated America with the prison swap that got Brittney Griner released from a Russian prison 6:20 pm: Stacey Lennox of PJ Media joins the program for a conversation about her piece on the price Americans are willing to pay to ditch corporations that work with the Chinese Communist Party 6:38 pm: We'll listen back to Rod's conversations with Steve Malanga, Senior Editor of the Manhattan Institute's City Journal on why Joe Biden's American Rescue Plan is a huge waste of money, and (at 6:50 pm) with Josh Hammer of Newsweek on how the GOP elite hates its own voter base

The Weekly Reload Podcast
Manhattan Institute's Robert VerBruggen on the CDC Caving to Gun-Control Advocates

The Weekly Reload Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2022 73:17


The CDC came under fire this week after we broke news they had deleted defensive gun use (DGU) stats from their website under pressure from gun-control advocates. It's an extremely important story, but one that involves some complicated science. So, I wanted to bring on somebody who has extensive knowledge of the topic to help us get a better understanding of the controversy. That's why I asked Manhatten Institute fellow Robert VerBruggen to join me. He has written about the strengths and weaknesses of different methods for estimating DGUs, including the Gary Kleck surveys at the center of the fight. He said the real problem with the CDC ordeal is that it raises ethical questions which cast a shadow over the agency's reputation. He said officials should not have consulted with gun-control advocates in secret and to the exclusion of other outside perspectives. VerBruggen noted there was no new information shared during the conversations with the advocates, and the initial language the CDC scrubbed from their website was not inaccurate. VerBruggen said there are legitimate critiques of using surveys to calculate DGUs. The media-report-based estimate that gun-control advocates prefer is even more problematic, according to VerBruggen. He explained the ins and outs of the different approaches and why they produce such divergent results. Plus, Contributing Writer Jake Fogleman and I discuss the political fallout from the CDC's actions. Special Guest: Robert VerBruggen.

The Larry Kudlow Show
Mark Mills | Manhattan institute | 12-17-2022

The Larry Kudlow Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2022 12:07


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The Joe Piscopo Show
8 AM Hour The Joe Piscopo Show 12-16-22

The Joe Piscopo Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2022 53:07


Nicole Gelinas, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, Contributing Editor at City Journal, and columnist for the New York Post Carl Szabo, NetChoice Vice President & General CounselSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sideline Sanity with Michele Tafoya
Don't be afraid of nuclear energy. Seriously, don't.

Sideline Sanity with Michele Tafoya

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 34:43


Emotions often get in the way of good decision-making.  This may be true in the case of nuclear energy, which many people associate with nuclear bombs.  But nuclear energy could be the key to a green future according to James B. Meigs of the Manhattan Institute.  He joins Michele.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
The Inflation and Recession Creation Act

Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2022 11:43


In 2021, Congress passed the American Rescue Plan, pandemic relief for local governments and small businesses. More than a year later... with the pandemic behind us... that money has long been forgotten. But it's still being used. Steven Malenga from City Journal and the Manhattan Institute says a lot of that money is going to nonexistent governments and pickleball courts among other things, leading to inflation and a possible recession. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Rod Arquette Show
Rod Arquette Show: Poor 2023 Economic Outlook; Why to GOP Elites Hate Their Voting Base?

Rod Arquette Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2022 104:44


Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Tuesday, December 13, 20224:20 pm: Preston Brashers, Senior Policy Analyst at the Center for the Federal Budget at the Heritage Foundation, joins Rod to discuss his piece for the Washington Examiner in which he outlines a poor 2023 economic outlook from the Congressional Budget Office4:38 pm: Nick Stark, Director of the Tax and Fiscal Task Force for the American Legislative Exchange Council joins Rod to discuss a recent study about why so many companies are fleeing California5:05 pm: Josh Hammer, Opinion Editor for Newsweek, joins Rod for a conversation about his recent piece for Townhall in which he ponders why the GOP elites hate their own voting base6:05 pm: Senator Mike Lee joins the show for his weekly conversation with Rod about what's happening in Washington, D.C., and today they'll discuss the Congressional budget battle6:20 pm: Steve Malanga, a Senior Editor for the City Journal at the Manhattan Institute joins the program to discuss his recent piece about how Joe Biden's American Rescue Plan is a giant waste of resources6:38 pm: Dennis Leavitt, Director of United We Pledge, the group behind the creation of the Liberty Village in Hurricane, Utah, joins Rod to discuss the progress being made on that project

Subliminal Jihad
[PREVIEW] #134 - GROTTO OF TRUTH Q&A XVIII, Part 1

Subliminal Jihad

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 19:01


For access to full-length premium episodes and the SJ Grotto of Truth Discord, subscribe to the Al-Wara' Frequency at patreon.com/subliminaljihad. Dimitri and Khalid answer questions from the Grotto of Truth discord about: Bill Casey's Manhattan Institute, the PTK explanation for Soviet serial killer Andrei Chikatilo, the Grateful Dead's synchromystical concert at the Giza Pyramid in 1978, whether Kubrick is a baddie, and Alison McDowell's work on the coming epigenetic trauma-based “internet of everything” cybernetic panopticon. Part 1 of 2.

Rod Arquette Show
Rod Arquette Show: The Left's Backdoor Attack on the Constitution

Rod Arquette Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 105:44


Rod Arquette Show Daily Rundown – Monday, December 12, 20224:20 pm: Scott Hogenson, President of Hogenson Communications and a contributor to Townhall joins the show to discuss his recent piece about the left's backdoor attack on the Constitution4:38 pm: Paul Gottfried, American Political Philosopher and an Associated Scholar at the Mises Institute joins Rod for a conversation about his piece in American Greatness on what moves the voters the GOP lost in the November election6:05 pm: Ron Gibson, President of the Utah Farm Bureau Federation, joins the show to react to a recent op-ed calling for an end to alfalfa production in Utah as a way to save the Great Salt Lake6:20 pm: Brian Riedl, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute joins Rod for a conversation about how many Democratic policies, like the Green New Deal, lack any plans to actually be implemented6:38 pm: Tara Gill, Senior Director of Advocacy and State Legislation at Advocates for Highway and Auto Safety joins the show to discuss the group's latest “Roadmap to Safety” report

A Fresh Perspective with Jeff Charles
Ep. 30 - Fresh Sundays: Kathleen Porter-Magee Discusses The Rise In Catholic School Enrollment

A Fresh Perspective with Jeff Charles

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 50:20


In this episode, Jeff Charles speaks with Kathleen Porter-Magee, Adjunct Fellow at the Manhattan Institute and Superintendent of Partnership Schools. They discussed a recent study showing how enrollment at Catholic private schools jumped during the COVID-19 pandemic and how these schools can maintain the momentum in an America in which parents are searching for educational alternatives.

The FOX News Rundown
Extra: Is Involuntary Hospitalization The Answer To America's Homeless Problem?

The FOX News Rundown

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 24:12


Crime and the general decline in quality of life have been major concerns for US cities. In an effort to address this issue, New York City Mayor Eric Adams recently announced the launch of a directive that would allow first responders like police officers and firefighters, to involuntarily commit people struggling with mental illness to the hospital for psychiatric help. The controversial idea saw immediate pushback as some homeless advocates raised objections to cops and other city workers being given the power to make very consequential medical decisions. On the FOX News Rundown, Lisa Brady spoke to experts on the issue to discuss the benefits and the possible problems of the policy. First, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute Stephen Eide weighed in on the uphill battle Mayor Adams faces in implementing this plan, and how the program could become a blueprint for American cities. Eide, who is the author of "Homelessness in America: The History and Tragedy of an Intractable Social Problem" also addressed the concerns of homeless advocates and explained why cities need to be proactive for the sake of the homeless. Then, retired NYPD Lieutenant Joe Cardinale joined Lisa to share why he feels the government must step up and help those who have become a danger to themselves and others. However, he also explained the challenges this would create for officers. Due to time limitations, we could not include all of the conversations in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire interviews with Manhattan Institute's Stephen Eide and retired NYPD Lieutenant Joe Cardinale and get more of their take on the complex issue of homeless in America. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

From Washington – FOX News Radio
Extra: Is Involuntary Hospitalization The Answer To America's Homeless Problem?

From Washington – FOX News Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 11, 2022 24:12


Crime and the general decline in quality of life have been major concerns for US cities. In an effort to address this issue, New York City Mayor Eric Adams recently announced the launch of a directive that would allow first responders like police officers and firefighters, to involuntarily commit people struggling with mental illness to the hospital for psychiatric help. The controversial idea saw immediate pushback as some homeless advocates raised objections to cops and other city workers being given the power to make very consequential medical decisions. On the FOX News Rundown, Lisa Brady spoke to experts on the issue to discuss the benefits and the possible problems of the policy. First, Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute Stephen Eide weighed in on the uphill battle Mayor Adams faces in implementing this plan, and how the program could become a blueprint for American cities. Eide, who is the author of "Homelessness in America: The History and Tragedy of an Intractable Social Problem" also addressed the concerns of homeless advocates and explained why cities need to be proactive for the sake of the homeless. Then, retired NYPD Lieutenant Joe Cardinale joined Lisa to share why he feels the government must step up and help those who have become a danger to themselves and others. However, he also explained the challenges this would create for officers. Due to time limitations, we could not include all of the conversations in our original segment. On the FOX News Rundown Extra, you will hear our entire interviews with Manhattan Institute's Stephen Eide and retired NYPD Lieutenant Joe Cardinale and get more of their take on the complex issue of homeless in America. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson
GOP '23: Conservative policy ideas animating the Republican Party, according to two think tank writers

Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2022 52:06


First, Andy Smarick, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, joins the show to discuss his ideas education, civil society, and the principles of American conservatism. Then, Rafael Mangual, head of research for the Policing and Public Safety Initiative at the Manhattan Institute, stops by to discuss the research and ideas behind his recent book “Criminal Injustice: What the Push for Decarceration and Depolicing Gets Wrong and Who It Hurts Most.”

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
Power Line: Ilya Shapiro on the Supreme Court (#375)

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 42:27


With the new Supreme Court term under way, and with several potential landmark oral arguments already in the can, I decided to catch up with Ilya Shapiro, director of constitutional studies at the Manhattan Institute, and author of Supreme Disorder: Judicial Nominations and the Politics of America’s Highest Court. It turns out that the kind […]

Power Line
E375. Ilya Shapiro on the Supreme Court

Power Line

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 42:27


With the new Supreme Court term under way, and with several potential landmark oral arguments already in the can, I decided to catch up with Ilya Shapiro, director of constitutional studies at the Manhattan Institute, and author of Supreme Disorder: Judicial Nominations and the Politics of America’s Highest Court. It turns out that the kind of confirmation battles that have become famous ever... Source

The Economics Review
Ep. 110 - Rafael Mangual on What the Push for Decarceration and Depolicing Gets Wrong

The Economics Review

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2022 38:00


Rafael Mangual is a fellow and deputy director of legal policy at the Manhattan Institute and a contributing editor of City Journal. He has authored and co-authored a number of MI reports and op-eds on issues ranging from urban crime and jail violence to broader matters of criminal and civil justice reform. Holding a J.D. from DePaul University, his latest book is titled Criminal (In)Justice: What the Push for Decarceration and Depolicing Gets Wrong and Who It Hurts Most.

You Must Be Some Kind of Therapist
34. Paved with Good Intentions: How Human Rights Got Hijacked, with Leor Sapir

You Must Be Some Kind of Therapist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 5, 2022 117:16


Society is divided over how to conceptualize “human rights,” particularly when it comes to transgender medicalization and school policies. Political scientist Leor Sapir is uniquely qualified to help us understand how we got here. He explains how the laudable legacy of the civil rights movement shaped Americans' vulnerability to deceptive narratives about “social justice;” how the Office of Civil Rights' attempts to address bullying in schools led to the erosion of Title IX protections for girls; and how the American Civil Liberties Union turned against its own mission. This comprehensive deep-dive then shifts from politics to philosophy and psychology. Leor and I explore matters such as virtues and values, rights and responsibilities, hubris and corruption, good and evil, the sexual revolution, and moral instincts. We also do a Q&A, presenting Leor with some of our Twitter followers' questions. Leor Sapir is a fellow at the Manhattan Institute. A driven researcher with a Ph.D. in Political Science from Boston College, Dr. Sapir previously completed a postdoctoral fellowship at the Program on Constitutional Government at Harvard University. His academic work, including his dissertation on the Obama Administration's Title IX regulations, has investigated how America's political culture and constitutional government shape public policy on matters of civil rights.Similarly, at the Manhattan Institute, Dr. Sapir applies his knowledge of political theory and American government to policy issues, honing in particularly on issues of gender identity and transgenderism. His inaugural essay in the Winter 2022 issue of City Journal explores a series of recent court rulings surrounding transgenderism, demonstrating how bad ideas translate from fringe academic theory into law and policy. Previous web pieces for City Journal have explored evolving athletic guidelines and media coverage surrounding transgender issues. He discussed these pieces in a recent episode of City Journal's 10 Blocks podcast.You can follow Leor on Twitter @leorsapir.Resources mentioned in the show:Leor recommended Rights Talk: The Impoverishment of Political Discourse, by Mary Ann Glendon I recommended The Case Against the Sexual Revolution: A New Guide to Sex in the 21st Century, by Louise Perry. We also mentioned my conversation with Robin Atkins, Two Therapists Debate Abortion (episode 27), as well as the episode I did with Oliver Davies, Healing Through Detransition (episode 22). I alluded to my conversation with Matt Osborne, but this has yet to come out; it will be released as a future episode. During the Q&A, I recommended listeners follow these Twitter accounts:@couragehabit - Alvin Lui, president of Courage is a Habit, will be a guest on a future episode of this podcast.@buttonslives - Christina Buttons@SEGM_ebm - Society for Evidence-Based Gender MedicineIf you enjoyed this conversation, please rate & review it on Apple, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Share this episode with a friend, or on social media. You can also head over to my YouTube channel, subscribe, like, comment, & share there as well.To get $200 off your EightSleep Pod Pro Cover visit EightSleep.com & enter promo code SOMETHERAPIST. Take 20% off your entire purchase of nourishing superfood beverages at Organifi with code SOMETHERAPIST.Be sure to check out my shop. In addition to wellness products, you can now find my favorite books!MUSIC: Special thanks to Joey Pecoraro for our theme song, “Half Awake,” used with gratitude and permission. www.joeypecoraro.comPRODUCTION: Thanks to Eric and Amber Beels at DifMix.com ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The Kevin Roberts Show
Episode 42 | Chris Rufo

The Kevin Roberts Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022 48:01


It is clearer than ever: American institutions are in decay, and something needs to be done about them if we are going to save this country. The good news is that Americans still value competent leadership. Chris Rufo joins Kevin to tackle the pressing issues our country faces: conservatives winning elections, rebuilding decaying institutions, and developing new institutions to meet the demands of modern America. Christopher Rufo is a senior fellow and director of the initiative on critical race theory at the Manhattan Institute. He is also a contributing editor of City Journal and writes on the issues of critical race theory (CRT), gender ideology, and urban decay. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed
City Journal's 10 Blocks: Can Policymakers Solve the Housing Crisis?

The Ricochet Audio Network Superfeed

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2022


Renowned urban economist Edward L. Glaeser joins Manhattan Institute senior fellow and City Journal contributing editor James B. Meigs to discuss the American housing crisis and how—or whether—it can be fixed. Find the transcript of this conversation and more at City Journal.

Ron Ananian The Car Doctor
The Car Doctor - 11/26/22 - The Electric Future

Ron Ananian The Car Doctor

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2022 35:26


Ron talks with Mark Mills of The Manhattan Institute and an update on the electric future. Visit us at https://www.cardoctorshow.com  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Brian Lehrer Show
'Black Friday' Best-Of: Common Ground on Congestion Pricing; Nina Totenberg on RBG; Andy Borowitz on 'Dumb' Politicians

The Brian Lehrer Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2022 108:38


On this day after Thanksgiving, enjoy some of our favorite recent conversations: The Brian Lehrer Show debut of an occasional series called the Brian Lehrer Show Editorial Board: From August, Nicole Gelinas, senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, a contributing editor of City Journal and a columnist at the New York Post, Emerita Torres, vice president of policy, research and advocacy at the Community Service Society of New York (CSS), and Rachel Weinberger, PhD, chair for transportation at Regional Plan Association (RPA), share three varied views on congestion pricing. Nina Totenberg, NPR legal correspondent and the author of Dinners with Ruth: A Memoir on the Power of Friendships (Simon & Schuster, 2022), looks back on her 50-year friendship with the woman who would become a Supreme Court Justice and how they each fought to overcome barriers and face personal challenges. Andy Borowitz, author, comedian, and creator of The New Yorker's “Borowitz Report,” a satirical news column, and the author of Profiles in Ignorance: How America's Politicians Got Dumb and Dumber (Avid Reader Press/Simon & Schuster, 2022), talks about his new book that skewers politicians of the past 50 years. These interviews were lightly edited for time and clarity; the original web versions are available here: Editorial Board: Congestion Pricing (Aug 31, 2022) Nina and Ruth (Sep 15, 2022) Andy Borowitz on Ignorance (Sep 12, 2022)

Become Who You Are
#289 Catholic Schools Outperformed Public Schools Across The Nation, Here's Why: With Kathleen Porter-Magee

Become Who You Are

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2022 55:52


"If Catholic Schools were a state, they would be the highest performing in the nation on all four NAEP tests."--Kathleen Porter-MageeThe data reveals that Catholic Schools outperformed national, charter and public school averages for black, hispanic, and low-income students as well-on all four NAEP tests. "Kathleen Porter-Magee is the superintendent of Partnership Schools, a network of urban Catholic schools in Harlem, the South Bronx, and Cleveland.  A two-decade champion of school choice, she has also commented on recent Supreme Court decisions that affect faith-based schools. Before joining Partnership Schools, Kathleen served as a nationally recognized reform leader, serving in leadership positions at the College Board, at Achievement First, in the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C., and at the Thomas B. Fordham Institute. She is also a Pahara-Aspen Education Fellow and has been an education fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, and an adjunct fellow at the Manhattan Institute. Kathleen has a lifelong commitment to Catholic education, having been educated from Kindergarten through college in Catholic schools and having begun her career in education teaching in Catholic schools in the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. She is also a proud mom to three current Catholic school students."Learn more and support them at www.thepartnershipschools.org, and on social media @ParternshipSchools on Instagram and @PartnershipPost on Twitter. KPM's Twitter is @KPorterMagee -- here's one of her most popular tweets lately: https://twitter.com/kportermagee/status/1584660501656543232 Catholic Schools outperformed public schools across the nation. Here's why by Joe Herring.Or email me with questions! Contact Jack: info@jp2renew.orgPlease share this with your friends and family!Don't forget to sign up for our Newsletter!!  JPll Renewal Center email listSupport the show

The Charlie Kirk Show
Biden's $90 Trillion Price Tag with Brian Riedl and Gen. Paul Vallely

The Charlie Kirk Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 33:15 Very Popular


Joe Biden has already increase America's deficit by more than the entire cost of World War Two. But the impact of inflation will dwarf even that. Brian Riedl of the Manhattan Institute joins to explain how rising interest rates will cost America a staggering $90 trillion over the next thirty years. Plus, retired Gen. Paul Vallely talks to Charlie about whether it's still worth it for young men to join the woke version of the U.S. military.Support the show: http://www.charliekirk.com/supportSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Bloggingheads.tv: The Glenn Show
Criminal (In)Justice (Glenn Loury & Rafael Mangual)

Bloggingheads.tv: The Glenn Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 60:00


How Rafael came to the Manhattan Institute ... Rafael's new book, Criminal (In)Justice: What the Push for Decarceration and Depolicing Gets Wrong and Who It Hurts Most ... Is prison the right response to violent crime? ... Why Rafael believes in three-strikes-type sentencing guidelines ... Incarceration may lower crime, but is it just? ... Rafael: Defunding the police is an indefensible idea ... Should we worry about racial disparities in the non-deadly use of force by police? ... Why Rafael's father didn't want him to become a cop ...

Honestly with Bari Weiss
Has Criminal Justice Reform Made Us Less Safe? A Debate.

Honestly with Bari Weiss

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2022 80:20 Very Popular


Over the past two years, the United States has experienced the largest crime surge in decades. Aggravated assaults went up. Shoplifting went up. Domestic violence went up. Homicides went up. In 2020, the U.S. murder rate rose 30%, the largest single year increase in recorded U.S. history. And yet, the most dominant voices in the last few years, are the ones that believe our attempts to mitigate crime have been too punitive, and that the solutions lie in less people in prison and less police on the streets.  Today, guest host Kmele Foster moderates a debate with Laura Bazelon and Rafael Mangual about the state of criminal justice in America. Bazelon has spent her career advocating for criminal defendants, directs The Criminal and Juvenile Justice Clinic and The Racial Justice Clinic at the University of San Francisco School of Law, and was a federal public defender in LA. Mangual, author of Criminal Injustice, is a fellow at the Manhattan Institute, where he's the head of research for the Policing and Public Safety Initiative. While Foster, Bazelon and Mangual all agree that the criminal justice system is, in many ways, broken, today they debate the particular defects, the scale of the issues, the root causes, and ultimately what we ought to do about it.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices