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TonioTimeDaily
BORN FREE AND EQUAL Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity and Sex Characteristics in International Human Rights Law Second Edition part 1

TonioTimeDaily

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 48:32


"SUMMARY OF RECOMMENDATIONS — Five Steps — 1. Protect LGBTI people from violence. Include sexual orientation, gender identity, and sex characteristics as protected grounds in laws on hate crime and incitement to violence. Ensure violent acts are properly recorded and investigated, perpetrators prosecuted and victims provided with redress. Recognize that persecution on account of one's sexual orientation, gender identity, or sex characteristics may be a valid basis for an asylum claim. 2. Prevent the torture and ill treatment of LGBTI persons, including degrading physical examinations, so-called “conversion” therapy, forced or coerced sterilization of transgender persons, and medically unnecessary procedures performed on intersex children and adults without their consent. Prohibit and investigate all such acts, punish perpetrators and provide redress to victims. Ensure places of deprivation of liberty are regularly monitored by independent bodies. Provide appropriate training to healthcare providers and law enforcement officers. 3. Repeal laws that criminalize LGBT persons, including laws criminalizing consensual same-sex relations and expression of gender identity, and other laws used to harass, arbitrarily detain, prosecute and discriminate against persons on the basis of their actual or perceived gender identity or expression or sexual orientation. Ensure that individuals are not arrested or detained on the basis of their sexual orientation or gender identity or expression. 4. Prohibit and address discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation, gender identity and sex characteristics by enacting relevant comprehensive legislation and policies. Legally recognize same-sex couples and their children, without discrimination, and ensure that transgender persons can obtain legal recognition of their gender identity through a simple administrative process without abusive requirements. Ensure nondiscriminatory access to basic services, education, employment, housing and health care. Reform outdated medical classifications that brand LGBTI people as ill or disordered. Combat stigma and discrimination, including through training, education and awareness-raising activities for public officials and the general public. Consult LGBTI people on legislation and policies that affect their rights. 5. Safeguard freedom of expression, peaceful assembly and association for LGBTI people. Any limitations on these rights must be compatible with international human rights law, including on non-discrimination. Protect individuals who exercise their rights to freedom of expression, and freedom of peaceful assembly and association, including human rights defenders, from acts of violence and discrimination by public officials and private parties and prosecute such acts when they occur." --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/antonio-myers4/support

Kinsella On Liberty
KOL369 | Soho Forum IP Debate Post-Mortem with Greg Morin

Kinsella On Liberty

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 88:09


Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 369. Whereupon I do the rare original episode. In November I  debated Richard Epstein in New York, at the Soho Forum, on intellectual property (patent and copyright). My friend Greg Morin (website; Twitter; Mises) accompanied me and we had a great time in NYC. In this episode, Greg and I do a post-mortem about the debate and touch on IP topics I didn't have time to address in the main debate. Some pix below. Related links: KOL364 | Soho Forum Debate vs. Richard Epstein: Patent and Copyright Law Should Be Abolished KOL366 | NFTS, Soho Forum Debate, Intellectual Property, Etc. on Repeal the 20th Century https://youtu.be/1qpB7cvtpL0 Some photos from the NYC trip below:

Mercatus Policy Download
Evidence-Free Policymaking: HHS SUNSET Rule Repeal

Mercatus Policy Download

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 19:24


Welcome to The Bridge Policy Download, produced by the Mercatus Center at George Mason University.  James Broughel discusses the US Department of Health and Humans Services (HHS) proposed rule to rescind the Securing Updated and Necessary Statutory Evaluations Timely (SUNSET) rule finalized in January of 2021. The SUNSET rule attaches sunset provisions—i.e., expiration dates—to HHS regulations such that if HHS does not conduct assessments and reviews of regulations on a timely basis, then those regulations expire. Broughel explains the purpose of the SUNSET rule, lists his concerns with the proposed repeal, and then suggests alternative ways agencies can conduct retrospective analysis of regulations. If you'd like to learn more about this topic, please email mercatusoutreach@mercatus.gmu.edu.

Cut the Rope
51: I Am Woman

Cut the Rope

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 38:25


Repeal the 19th Amendment. Overturn Roe v. Wade. Women belong in the kitchen and raising babies. No female president ever. Classless women in Con Inc. Decline of the nuclear family. Birth control is warfare. Degeneracy, degeneracy, degeneracy. 

Congressional Dish
CD244: Keeping Ukraine

Congressional Dish

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 118:53


Since the beginning of December, news outlets around the world have been covering a possible Russian invasion of Ukraine. In this episode, get the full back story on the civil war that has been raging in Ukraine since 2014, learn what role our government has played in the conflict, and hear Victoria Nuland - one of the highest ranking officials in the Biden administration's State Department - testify to the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee about the Biden administration's plans if Russia decides to use its military to invade Ukraine. Please Support Congressional Dish – Quick Links Contribute monthly or a lump sum via PayPal Support Congressional Dish via Patreon (donations per episode) Send Zelle payments to: Donation@congressionaldish.com Send Venmo payments to: @Jennifer-Briney Send Cash App payments to: $CongressionalDish or Donation@congressionaldish.com Use your bank's online bill pay function to mail contributions to: 5753 Hwy 85 North, Number 4576, Crestview, FL 32536. Please make checks payable to Congressional Dish Thank you for supporting truly independent media! Background Sources Recommended Congressional Dish Episodes CD231: Lights Out: What Happened in Texas? CD229: Target Belarus CD206: Impeachment: The Evidence CD186: National Endowment for Democracy CD167: Combating Russia (NDAA 2018) LIVE CD156: Sanctions – Russia, North Korea & Iran CD068: Ukraine Aid Bill CD067: What Do We Want In Ukraine? CD024: Let's Gut the STOCK Act Articles, Documents, and Websites Conflicted Congress. Insider. TurkStream. “Project: The Turkstream Pipeline.” Western Balkans Investment Framework. “Ionian-Adriatic Pipeline (IAP) Project Financing.” Amber Infrastructure Group. “About Us: Our People.” Three Seas. “Three Seas Story.” Three Seas. “Priority Projects.” State Property Fund of Ukraine. “Large Privatization.” State Property Fund of Ukraine. “How to buy.” State Property Fund of Ukraine. “Ukrainian Government Assets for Sale.” Stephanie. December 14, 2021. “Kiev mayor Klitschko warns of Russian invasion.” News in 24. Kenny Stancil. December 13, 2021. “Groups Move to Uncover Why Biden Held Huge Drilling Sale That DOJ Said Was Not Required.” Common Dreams. The Kremlin. December 7, 2021. “Meeting with US President Joseph Biden.” Maxine Joselow and Alexandra Ellerbeck. December 6, 2021. “Biden is approving more oil and gas drilling permits on public lands than Trump, analysis finds.” The Washington Post. Medea Benjamin and Nicolas J. S. Davies. November 23, 2021. “The US-Russia Confrontation Over Ukraine.” Consortium News. International Monetary Fund (IMF). November 22, 2021. “IMF Executive Board Completes First Review Under Stand-By Arrangement for Ukraine, Approves Extension of the Arrangement, Press Release No. 21/342.” Nathan Rott. November 17, 2021. “The Biden administration sold oil and gas leases days after the climate summit.” NPR. Anatol Lieven. November 15, 2021. “Ukraine: The Most Dangerous Problem in the World.” The Nation. John Vandiver and Alison Bath. November 12, 2021. “US Actions in Ukraine Backfiring as Risk of Russian Invasion Grows, Analysts Say.” Military.com Andrew E. Kramer. November 3, 2021. “Weapons Tracing Study Implicates Russia in Ukraine Conflict.” The New York Times. Anton Troianovski and Julian E. Barnes. November 2, 2021. “U.S.-Russia Engagement Deepens as C.I.A. Head Travels to Moscow.” The New York Times. Anton Troianovski and David E. Sanger. October 31, 2021. “Rivals on World Stage, Russia and U.S. Quietly Seek Areas of Accord.” The New York Times. David E. Sanger. October 25, 2021. “Ignoring Sanctions, Russia Renews Broad Cybersurveillance Operation.” The New York Times. Artin DerSimonian. October 19, 2021. “Ice breaking? Russia waives ban on Victoria Nuland.” Responsible Statecraft. Andrew E. Kramer. October 18, 2021. “Russia Breaks Diplomatic Ties With NATO.” The New York Times. Mark Episkopos. October 16, 2021. “Victoria Nuland's Mission to Moscow.” The National Interest. Reuters. September 10, 2021. “Russia and Belarus launch 'hot phase' of huge war games.” Antony Blinken. August 20, 2021. “Imposition of Sanctions in Connection with Nord Stream 2.” U.S. Department of State.](https://www.state.gov/imposition-of-sanctions-in-connection-with-nord-stream-2/) Paul Belkin and Hibbah Kaileh. July 1, 2021. “In Focus: The European Deterrence Initiative: A Budgetary Overview, IF10946.” Congressional Research Service. Henrik B. L. Larsen. June 8, 2021. “Why NATO Should Not Offer Ukraine and Georgia Membership Action Plans. War on the Rocks. NATO. April 26, 2021. “Boosting NATO's presence in the east and southeast.” David E. Sanger and Andrew E. Kramer. April 15, 2021. “U.S. Imposes Stiff Sanctions on Russia, Blaming It for Major Hacking Operation.” The New York Times. The White House. April 15, 2021. “FACT SHEET: Imposing Costs for Harmful Foreign Activities by the Russian Government.” The White House. April 15, 2021. “Executive Order on Blocking Property with Respect to Specified Harmful Foreign Activities of the Government of the Russian Federation.” Reutuers. April 13, 2021. “NATO, not Russia, will decide if Ukraine joins, Stoltenberg says.” Vladimir Isachenkov. April 9, 2021. “Kremlin says it fears full-scale fighting in Ukraine's east.” AP News. Civil.ge. January 20, 2021. “Secretary-designate Blinken Says NATO Door Shall Remain Open to Georgia.” Hans M. Kristensen and Matt Korda. January 12, 2021. “Nuclear Notebook: United States nuclear weapons, 2021.” The Bulletin. Andrew Feinberg. January 9, 2021. “Two years after his infamous phone call with Trump, Zelensky comes to Washington.” The Independent. David E. Sanger, Nicole Perlroth and Julian E. Barnes. January 2, 2021. “As Understanding of Russian Hacking Grows, So Does Alarm.” The New York Times. David E. Sanger, Nicole Perlroth and Eric Schmitt. December 14, 2020. “Scope of Russian Hacking Becomes Clear: Multiple U.S. Agencies Were Hit”. The New York Times. Mark Episkopos. November 11, 2020. “Ukraine's Power Play on Minsk.” The National Interest. Government Accountability Office. October 21, 2020. “Crude Oil Markets: Effects of the Repeal of the Crude Oil Export Ban, GAO-21-118.” Anthony B. Cavender, Thomas A. Campbell, Dan LeFort, Paul S. Marston. December 23, 2015. “U.S. Repeals Longstanding Ban on Export of Crude Oil.” Pillsbury Law. Robert Parry. July 15, 2015. “The Ukraine Mess That Nuland Made.” Truthout. Robert Parry. March 19, 2015. “Ukraine's Poison Pill for Peace Talks.” Consortium News. “Full text of the Minsk agreement” February 12, 2015. Financial Times. NATO. May 8, 2014. “Article 23.” Bucharest Summit Declaration Seumas Milne. April 30, 2014. “It's not Russia that's pushed Ukraine to the brink of war.” The Guardian. David Morrison. Updated May 9, 2014. “How William Hague Deceived the House of Commons on Ukraine.” HuffPost. US Energy Information Administration. March 15, 2014. “16% of Natural Gas Consumed in Europe Flows Through Ukraine.” Energy Central. Robert Parry. February 27, 2014. “Cheering a ‘Democratic' Coup in Ukraine.” Common Dreams. “Ukraine crisis: Transcript of leaked Nuland-Pyatt call.” February 7, 2014. BBC News. Adam Taylor. December 16, 2013. “John McCain Went To Ukraine And Stood On Stage With A Man Accused Of Being An Anti-Semitic Neo-Nazi.” Insider. Brian Whelan. December 16, 2013. “Far-right group at heart of Ukraine protests meet US senator.” Channel 4 News. Guardian staff and agencies. December 15, 2013. “John McCain tells Ukraine protesters: 'We are here to support your just cause.'” The Guardian. International Monetary Fund (IMF). October 31, 2013. “Statement by IMF Mission to Ukraine, Press Release No. 13/419.” Carl Gershman. September 26, 2013. “Former Soviet States Stand Up to Russia. Will the U.S.?” The Washington Post. Amanda Winkler. November 14, 2011. “'60 Minutes' Exposes Congressional Insider Trading.” The Christian Post. Images USAID and Ukraine Privatization Fund Bills S.1605 - National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2022 Sponsor: Sen. Scott, Rick [R-FL] Audio Sources President Biden White House Departure December 8, 2021 President Biden briefly stopped and spoke with reporters as he departed the White House for an event in Kansas City, Missouri. He began by addressing the Omicron variant, saying that the Pfizer vaccine is showing encouraging results against the COVID-19 variant. When asked about Russian President Putin and Ukraine, President Biden said if Putin were to invade Ukraine, there “will be severe consequences.” He went on to say that putting U.S. troops on the ground in Ukraine is currently “not in the cards.” close Report Video Issue Clips Biden: We hope by Friday, we're going to be able to say and announce to you that we're having meetings at a higher level, not just with us, but with at least four of our major NATO allies and Russia to discuss the future of Russia's concerns relative to NATO writ large. And whether or not we can work out any accommodations as it relates to bringing down the temperature along the eastern front. Biden: We have a moral obligation and a legal obligation to our NATO allies if they were to attack under Article Five, it's a sacred obligation. That obligation does not extend to NATO, I mean to Ukraine, but it would depend upon what the rest of the NATO countries were willing to do as well. But the idea of the United States is going to unilaterally use force to confront Russia invading Ukraine is not in the cards right now. Biden: Meeting with Putin. I was very straightforward. There were no minced words. It was polite, but I made it very clear, if in fact, he invades Ukraine, there will be severe consequences, severe consequences. Economic consequences, like none he's ever seen or ever had been seen in terms of ease and flows. He knows his immediate response was he understood that and I indicated I knew he would respond. But beyond that, if in fact, we would probably also be required to reinforce our presence in NATO countries to reassure particularly those on the Eastern Front. In addition to that, I made it clear that we would provide the defensive capability to the Ukrainians as well. Hearing on U.S. Policy Toward Russia Senate Committee on Foreign Relations December 7, 2021 Victoria Nuland, the undersecretary of state for political affairs, testified at a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing on U.S. policy toward Russia. She addressed President Biden's earlier call with Russian President Vladimir Putin and said that Russia would suffer severe consequences if it attacked Ukraine. Other topics included the use of sanctions if Russia invades Ukraine, the cooperation of NATO and U.S. allies, Russia's use of energy during conflict, and the Nord Stream 2 Pipeline 00:20 Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ): As we meet here today Russia is engaged in one of the most significant troop buildups that we have seen along Ukraine's border. To nyone paying attention, this looks like more than posturing, more than attention seeking. The Kremlin's actions clearly pose a real threat of war. 00:40 Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ): I want to be crystal clear to those listening to this hearing in Moscow, Kiev and other capitals around the world. A Russian invasion will trigger devastating economic sanctions the likes of which we have never seen before. 00:59 Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ): I proposed a suite of options last month in an amendment to the NDA. The Russian banking sector would be wiped out, sovereign debt would be blocked, Russia would be removed from the Swift payment system, sectoral sanctions would cripple the Russian economy. Putin himself as well as his inner circle would lose access to bank accounts in the West. Russia would effectively be cut off and isolated from the international economic system. Let me be clear, these are not run of the mill sanctions. What is being discussed is at the maximum end of the spectrum, or as I have called it the mother of all sanctions, and I hope that we can come together in a bipartisan way to find a legislative path forward soon, so that we can achieve that. 1:51 Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ): If Putin invades Ukraine the implications will be devastating for the Russian economy but also for the Russian people. 2:24 Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ): But is the Kremlin really ready to face a bloody, persistent and drawn out insurgency? How many body bags is Putin willing to accept? 6:03 Sen James Risch (R-ID): This is a clearly clearly bipartisan matter. 7:40 Victoria Nuland: First, let me review what we are seeing. Over the past six weeks, Russia has stepped up planning for potential further military action in Ukraine, positioning close to 100,000 troops around Ukraine's eastern and northern borders and from the south via the Crimean peninsula. Russian plans and positioning of assets also include the means to destabilize Ukraine from within, and an aggressive information operation and an attempt to undermine Ukrainian stability and social cohesion and to pin the blame for any potential escalation on Kiev, and on NATO nations including the United States. Russia's military and intelligence services are continuing to develop the capability to act decisively in Ukraine when ordered to do so, potentially in early 2022. The intended force, if fully mobilized, would be twice the size of what we saw last spring, including approximately 100 battalion tactical groups, or nearly all of Russia's ready ground forces based west of the Urals. We don't know whether President Putin has made a decision to attack Ukraine or to overthrow its government. But we do know he's building the capacity to do so. 10:42 Victoria Nuland: Since 2014 The United States has provided Ukraine with $2.4 billion in security assistance including $450 million this year alone 12:00 Victoria Nuland: Diplomacy remains the best route to settle the conflict in Donbas and address any other problems or grievances. The Minsk agreements offer the best basis for negotiations and the US is prepared to support a revived effort if the parties welcome that. 15:16 Victoria Nuland: You might have seen a press conference today that commission Chairwoman van der Laan gave in Brussels in which she made absolutely clear that the EU would also join in very consequential economic measures of the kind that they have not employed before. 23:26 Victoria Nuland: It's also important, I think, for President Putin to understand as the President conveyed to him today, that this will be different than it was in 2014. If he goes in you will recall then that our sanctions escalated somewhat gradually as he didn't stop moving. This time the intent is to make clear that the initial sanctions in response to any further aggressive moves in Ukraine will be extremely significant and isolating for Russia and for Russian business and for the Russian people. 24:51 Victoria Nuland: As you know, energy is the cash cow that enables these kinds of military deployments. So Putin needs the energy to flow as as much as the consumers need it. But more broadly, we have been counseling Europe for almost a decade now to reduce its dependence on Russian energy, including our opposition to Nord Stream 2 and our opposition to Nord Stream 1 and our opposition to to TurkStream and TurkStream 2 and to have come to find alternative sources of hydrocarbons but also to continue their efforts to go green and end their dependencies. 30:55 Sen. Todd Young (R-IN): President Putin and Foreign Minister Lavrov have repeatedly indicated that they seek to deny any potential path to NATO membership for Ukraine and other Eastern European countries. Does the administration view this demand is a valid issue for negotiation? Victoria Nuland: No we do not and President Biden made that point crystal clear to President Putin today that the issue of who joins NATO is an issue for NATO to decide it's an issue for applicant countries to decide that no other outside power will or may have a veto or a vote in those decisions. 32:22 Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH): Senator Portman and I offered an amendment to this year's NDAA in that vein to increase military assistance and raise the amount of assistance that could go to lethal weapons. 33:21 Victoria Nuland: But we will not be shy about coming to you as we as we need support and the bipartisan spirit here is really gratifying. 34:08 Victoria Nuland: At the NATO ministerial last week, there was a commitment among allies that we needed more advice and more options from our NATO military authorities with regard to the consequences of any move by Russia deeper into Ukraine and what that would mean for the eastern edge of the alliance and what it would mean about our need to be more forward deployed in the east. 34:44 Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH): Belarus now that it is seems to be totally within Russia's control also presents another front for the potential for Russia to invade Ukraine. Can you speak to whether we view what's happening in Belarus in that way? I know that Ukrainians view it that way because we heard that when we were in Halifax for the international security forum and met with some Ukrainian officials. Victoria Nuland: Well, as as you know, Senator, the situation in Belarus is just tragic and really concerning in many, many ways, which is why the administration along with the European Union in a multilateral way increased sanctions just last week, including blocking the sale to us or to Europe of one of the great sources of Lukashenko has money potash, etc, and sanction some dozens more Belarusians responsible for the violence and intimidation there and particularly now for the weaponization of migrants pushing you know, accepting them from third countries and then pushing them against the EU's border in a very cynical and dangerous way. But I think you're talking about the potential as Lukashenko becomes more and more dependent on the Kremlin and gives up more and more of Belarus is sovereignty, something that he told his people he would never do that Russia could actually use Belarusian territory to march on Ukraine and or mask, its forces as Belarusian forces. All of those -- Those are both things that that we are watching, and it was particularly concerning to see President Lukashenko would make a change in his own posture with regard to Crimea. He had long declined to recognize Russia Russia's claim on Crimea, but he changed tack a week ago which is concerning. 39:08 Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI): If there's one thing that Vladimir Putin aught to understand is how unified we are. I mean, there are many things that divide us politically in this country. But when it comes to pushing back on Russian aggression, supporting countries like Ukraine that are trying to develop their freedom, free themselves from their legacy of corruption from their former involvement with the Soviet Union, we are very strongly united. 39:56 Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI): What we impose on them and how and how harmful it would be to Russia, you know, unfortunately to Russian people. 40:36 Victoria Nuland: What we're talking about would amount to essentially isolating Russia completely from the global financial system with all of the fallout that that would entail for Russian business, for the Russian people, for their ability to, to work and travel and trade. 41:41 Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI): I can't think of a more powerful way to punish Russian aggression than by rolling back what progress has been made, and if at all possible, prevent the Nord Stream 2 from ever being completed. Is that something that is being discussed with allies is that something's being contemplated? Victoria Nuland: Absolutely. And as if, as you recall from the July U.S.-German statement that was very much in that statement that if that any moves, Russian aggression against Ukraine would have a direct impact on the pipeline, and that is our expectation and the conversation that we're having. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI): So again, direct impact is one thing, but I'm literally talking about rolling back the pipeline. Loosely define that but I mean, taking action that will prevent it from ever becoming operational. Victoria Nuland: I think if President Putin moves on Ukraine, our expectation is that the pipeline will be suspended. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI): Well, I certainly hope that the Senate Foreign Relations Committee would take up legislation to go beyond just suspending it but from ending it permanently. 44:28 Victoria Nuland: I think we can, and I know this is close to your heart as well, need to do better in our Global Engagement Center and in the way we speak to audiences around the world and particularly on these kinds of subjects. 55:04 Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT): But something different has happened in that country since what has been referred to as the Revolution of Dignity. I got the chance to be there on the Maidan during the midst of that revolution with you and Senator McCain. 58:56 Sen. Chris Murphy (D-CT): The Three Seas Initiative is a really important initiative linking essentially the ring of countries that are either former republics or satellite states of the Soviet Union together. They're begging for US participation in their projects necessary to make them more energy independent of Russia. Isn't this an opportunity for the United States to step up and take some of these customers away from Russia's gas station? Victoria Nuland: Absolutely, as we have been doing with our support for more LNG terminals around Europe for many years, as we are doing now in our support for, you know, green alternatives, not just in the United States, but in Europe as well. And many, many US companies are involved with that. But that particular belt of three C's countries is absolutely crucial, as you've said. 1:11:19 Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH): I visited to Maidan in 2014. The tires were still smoldering and the Revolution of Dignity changed everything. You know, Ukraine decided to turn to us and to the West, and to freedom and democracy. And it was a momentous decision. They chose to stand with us. And now it's our turn to stand with them. And we've done that over the years. I mean, if you look at what happened with regard to the Ukraine security assistance initiative, which I co authored. Over the past six years, the United States has transferred defense articles, conducted training with Ukrainian military. We have been very engaged. 1:12:05 Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH): This week we have the NDAA likely to be voted on and likely it will include an increase in that lethal defensive funding. 1:12:14 Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH): What defensive weapons has Ukraine ask for and what is the State Department willing to provide them under an expedited process? 1:18:44 Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA): My concern is this: if the United States and the West's response to a military invasion is sanctions, but no military response, obviously, we're providing military aid to Ukraine. And we've been generous in that way. But if we are not willing to help a Ukrainian military, that's 50,000 people matched up against Russia, I would think that China would conclude, boy, the West sure, I'm going to come to the aid of Taiwan, if we were to do something on Taiwan. Because China would conclude, we're much more militarily powerful than Russia is. And the status questions about Taiwan and sovereignty are a little bit murkier than those about Ukraine. And there's no NATO in the Indo Pacific, we have allies in the Indo Pacific but we don't have a NATO with a charter, with a self defense article. I think China would determine, if the West responds to a military invasion went as far as sanctions but no further, that the United States and other nations would be extremely unlikely to use military force to counter a military invasion of Taiwan. And I think Taiwan would likely conclude the same thing. So I'm very concerned about that. And I wonder, is that a fair concern that I have about how the Chinese and the Taiwanese would view the West's unwillingness to provide more significant military support to stop an invasion by Russia? Is my concern a fair one? Or is my concern overwrought? Victoria Nuland: Senator, in this setting, I would simply say that this is a moment of testing. And I believe that both autocrats around the world and our friends around the world will watch extremely carefully what we do, and it will have implications for generations. Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA): And those and those implications could go far beyond Ukraine. Victoria Nuland: They could go well beyond Europe. Yes. 1:22:00 Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL): Then I would imagine that he's already been publicly messaging what his asks are. The first is that we would pull back NATO forces from anywhere near their western border. The second is to completely rule out the admission probably not just of Ukraine, but Georgia as a member of NATO. And the third is to stop arming Ukraine. Of those three conditions that he's publicly messaged already, would the United States agreed to any of those three? Victoria Nuland: All of those would be unacceptable. 1:41:11 Victoria Nuland: And in fact you could argue that in the Donbas he did take control of some 40% of Ukraine's coal reserves which were a major energy input 1:42:04 Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ): I hope the one thing that anyone in the world who is watching this hearing today takes away is that even on some of the most contentious issues of the day, on this one, there is overwhelming, broad, bipartisan support for Ukraine there is overwhelming bipartisan support for its territorial integrity, there is overwhelming bipartisan support for swift and robust action. And after conversations with some of the members of the committee, I look to galvanize that in some tangible way legislatively as we wait for the days ahead as to what may or may not happen. Ukrainian President Zelensky Meeting with Secretary Austin at the Pentagon August 31, 2021 Secretary Lloyd Austin: As you know sir, President Biden has approved a new $60 million security assistance package including Javelin anti-armor systems and more to enable Ukraine to better defend itself against Russian aggression. Secretary Lloyd Austin: Now this department is committed to strengthening our Strategic Defense Partnership. The US Ukraine strategic defense framework that Minister Tehran and I will sign today enhances our cooperation and advances our shared priorities, such as ensuring that our bilateral security cooperation continues to help Ukraine countering Russian aggression and implementing defense and defense industry reforms in support of Ukraine's NATO membership aspirations, and deepening our cooperation in such areas as Black Sea security, cyber defense and intel sharing. Russian President Putin Annual Call-In Program June 30, 2021 Russian President Vladimir Putin held his annual call-in question and answer session with citizens from around the country. During this 70-minute portion, he answered questions on relations with Ukraine, the European Union, and the United States, reiterating that whatever sanctions are imposed against Russia, his country's economy will prevail. Clips Putin: I have already said that it is impossible and it makes no sense to try to restore the Soviet Union by a number of reasons and looking at the demographic processes in a number of former Soviet republic, so it's unreasonable effort to do because we can face a lot of social problems that will be possible to resolve and some issues like the ethnic groups, in various regions, but what should we do about Russia itself without the geopolitical realities and about our internal development? Putin: Why is Ukraine not on the list of countries who are Russia's adversaries? Another question: are you going to meet with Zelensky? Well, why Ukriane is not on the list of adversaries? That's because I do not think that the Ukrainian people are our adversaries. I said it many times and I will say it again. The Ukrainians and Russians, that's one people, one nation. Putin: What I'm worried about is a fundamental thing. They are trying to open up military bases near or inside Ukraine. Making the territory of Ukraine, the territory that's close on the border with Russia a military platform for other countries is a threat to the security of Russia. And this is what worries us. This is what we have to think about. Discussion: Foreign Affairs Issue Launch with Former Vice President Joe Biden Council on Foreign Affairs January 23, 2018 Clips 00:06:15 Joe Biden: They cannot compete against a unified West. I think that is Putin's judgment. And so everything he can do to dismantle the post-World War II liberal world order, including NATO and the EU, I think, is viewed as in their immediate self-interest. 00:24:15 Haass: In the piece, the two of you say that there's no truth that the United States—unlike what Putin seems to believe or say, that the U.S. is seeking regime change in Russia. So the question I have is, should we be? And if not, if we shouldn't be seeking regime change, what should we be seeking in the way of political change inside Russia? What's an appropriate agenda for the United States vis-à-vis Russia, internally? 00:24:30 Biden: I'll give you one concrete example. I was—not I, but it just happened to be that was the assignment I got. I got all the good ones. And so I got Ukraine. And I remember going over, convincing our team, our leaders to—convincing that we should be providing for loan guarantees. And I went over, I guess, the 12th, 13th time to Kiev. And I was supposed to announce that there was another billion-dollar loan guarantee. And I had gotten a commitment from Poroshenko and from Yatsenyuk that they would take action against the state prosecutor. And they didn't. So they said they had—they were walking out to a press conference. I said, nah, I'm not going to—or, we're not going to give you the billion dollars. They said, you have no authority. You're not the president. The president said—I said, call him. (Laughter.) I said, I'm telling you, you're not getting the billion dollars. I said, you're not getting the billion. I'm going to be leaving here in, I think it was about six hours. I looked at them and said: I'm leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired, you're not getting the money. Well, son of a bitch. (Laughter.) He got fired. And they put in place someone who was solid at the time. Confirmation Hearing: Defense Secretary Confirmation Hearing Senate Armed Services Committee January 12, 2017 00:20:15 Sen. McCain: For seven decades, the United States has played a unique role in the world. We've not only put America first, but we've done so by maintaining and advancing a world order that has expanded security, prosperity, and freedom. This has required our alliances, our trade, our diplomacy, our values, but most of all, our military for when would-be aggressors aspire to threaten world order. It's the global striking power of America's armed forces that must deter or thwart their ambitions. Too many Americans, too many Americans seem to have forgotten this in recent years. Too many have forgotten that our world order is not self-sustaining. Too many have forgotten that while the threats we face may not have purely military solutions, they all have military dimensions. In short, too many have forgotten that hard power matters—having it, threatening it, leveraging it for diplomacy, and, at times, using it. Fairly or not, there is a perception around the world that America is weak and distracted, and that has only emboldened our adversaries to challenge the current world order. Daily Briefing: Nuland Tape Press Conference February 6, 2014. Jen Psaki, State Department Spokesperson 0:19 Reporter: Can you say whether you—if this call is a recording of an authentic conversation between Assistant Secretary Nuland and Ambassador Pyatt? Jen Psaki: Well, I'm not going to confirm or outline details. I understand there are a lot of reports out there, and there's a recording out there, but I'm not going to confirm a private diplomatic conversation. Reporter: So you are not saying that you believe this is a—you think this is not authentic? You think this is a— Psaki: It's not an accusation I'm making. I'm just not going to confirm the specifics of it. Reporter: Well, you can't even say whether there was a—that this call—you believe that this call, you believe that this recording is a recording of a real telephone call? Psaki: I didn't say it was inauthentic. I think we can leave it at that. Reporter: Okay, so, you're allowing the fact that it is authentic. Psaki: Yes. Reporter: “Yes,” okay. Psaki: Do you have a question about it? Phone Conversation: Nuland-Pyatt Leaked Phone Conversation February 4, 2014 Nuland: Good. So I don't think Klitsch [Vitali Klitschko] should go into the government. I don't think it's necessary, I don't think it's a good idea. Pyatt: Yeah, I mean I guess, in terms of him not going into the government, just sort of letting him stay out and do his political homework and stuff. I'm just thinking in terms of, sort of, the process moving ahead, we want to keep the moderate Democrats together. The problem is going to be Tyahnybok and his guys and I'm sure that's part of what Yanukovych is calculating on all this. Nuland: I think Yatz [Arseniy Yatsenyuk] is the guy with the economic experience, the governing experience. He's the guy. What he needs is Klitsch [Vitali Klitschko] And Tyahnybok On the outside, he needs to be talking to them four times a week. You know, I just think Klitsch [Vitali Klitschko] Going in he's going to be at that level working for Yatsenyuk it's just not gonna work. Pyatt: We want to get someone out here with and international personality to come out here and help to midwife this thing. And then the other issue is some kind of outreach to Yanukovych. We'll probably regroup on that tomorrow as we see how things fall into place. Nuland: So on that piece, Jeff, I wrote the note, Sullivan's come back to me saying “you need Biden,” and I said probably tomorrow for an attaboy and get the deeds to stick, Biden's willing. Pyatt Great. Press Conference: Senator John McCain on Ukraine at the Atlantic Council C-SPAN December 19, 2013. 00:16:45 McCain: If Ukraine's political crisis persists or deepens, which is a real possibility, we must support creative Ukrainian efforts to resolve it. Senator Murphy and I heard a few such ideas last weekend—from holding early elections, as the opposition is now demanding, to the institution of a technocratic government with a mandate to make the difficult reforms required for Ukraine's long-term economic health and sustainable development. Decisions such as these are for Ukrainians to make—no one else—and if they request our assistance, we should provide it where possible. Finally, we must encourage the European Union and the IMF to keep their doors open to Ukraine. Ultimately, the support of both institutions is indispensable for Ukraine's future. And eventually, a Ukrainian President, either this one or a future one, will be prepared to accept the fundamental choice facing the country, which is this: While there are real short-term costs to the political and economic reforms required for IMF assistance and EU integration, and while President Putin will likely add to these costs by retaliating against Ukraine's economy, the long-term benefits for Ukraine in taking these tough steps are far greater and almost limitless. This decision cannot be borne by one person alone in Ukraine. Nor should it be. It must be shared—both the risks and the rewards—by all Ukrainians, especially the opposition and business elite. It must also be shared by the EU, the IMF and the United States. All of us in the West should be prepared to help Ukraine, financially and otherwise, to overcome the short-term pain that reforms will require and Russia may inflict. Discussion: Beyond NAFTA and GATT C-SPAN April 20, 1994 Arthur Dunkel, Director General of the UN 26:00:00 Dunkel: If I look back at the last 25 years, what did we have? We had two worlds: The so-called Market Economy world and the centrally planned world; the centrally planned world disappeared. One of the main challenges of the Uruguay round has been to create a world wide system. I think we have to think of that. Secondly, why a world wide system? Because, basically, I consider that if governments cooperate in trade policy field, you reduce the risks of tension – political tension and even worse than that.” Cover Art Design by Only Child Imaginations Music Presented in This Episode Intro & Exit: Tired of Being Lied To by David Ippolito (found on Music Alley by mevio)

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Kinsella On Liberty
KOL366 | NFTS, Soho Forum Debate, Intellectual Property, Etc. on Repeal the 20th Century

Kinsella On Liberty

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2021 60:04


Kinsella on Liberty Podcast, Episode 366. This is my appearance on the Repeal the 20th Century podcast (Youtube channel). We discussed my IP debate at the Soho Forum, the basic case against IP (both natural rights/Lockean and utilitarian), problems with both, problems with Locke's proto-Marxian labor theory of property, patent, copyright, and trademark, defamation, plagiarism, attribution, fraud, property rights in "value," and "ownership" of NFTs and bitcoin. Youtube: https://youtu.be/vrJ-jQUrBjE Related links: KOL364 | Soho Forum Debate vs. Richard Epstein: Patent and Copyright Law Should Be Abolished KOL274 | Nobody Owns Bitcoin (PFS 2019) KOL 037 | Locke's Big Mistake: How the Labor Theory of Property Ruined Political Theory KOL207 | Patent, Copyright, and Trademark Are Not About Plagiarism, Theft, Fraud, or Contract

Ben Ferguson Morning Update
MAGA IS WINNING: Senate Votes ‘Yes' to Repeal Biden's Federal Vaccine Mandate. This on top of 2 different judges striking down vax mandates for healthcare and govt contract workers!

Ben Ferguson Morning Update

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 43:17


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The Jeff Oravits Show Podcast
Senator Townsend discusses her bill to stop prescription denials. Jeff breaks down the Senates vote to repeal Biden mandate. Bruce Sidlinger talks cowboy cultural appropriation.

The Jeff Oravits Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 10, 2021 74:05


Senator Townsend discusses her bill to stop prescription denials. Jeff breaks down the Senates vote to repeal Biden mandate. Bruce Sidlinger talks cowboy cultural appropriation. Show # 1256: Thursday, December 9, 2021    0:00-14:36 Jeff breaks down the Senate passage of a bill to repeal and to nullify President Biden's vaccine mandate. + Chuck Schumer says really stupid stuff, but why wouldn't he, he's never held a real job in his life! 14:37-33:55 Should a pharmacist be able to deny off label treatments prescribed by a doctor? Senator Kelly Townsend says no and proposes a bill (SB1016) to stop this from occurring. She also looks ahead to the 2022 Legislative session which begins in just about a month. 33:56-43:24 Omicron now in AZ, detected in Yavapai County. Olivia shares a Christmas story.  43:25-64:25 Bruce Sidlinger talks cowboy cultural appropriation, Alec Baldwin, Kevin Costner and Elon Musk.  64:26-74:05 Another politician violates their own lockdowns, that's shocking! Olivia shares more Christmas stories. 

Ray Appleton
Hour 3 - California School District Reportedly Encourages Using Witchcraft On People Who Say 'All Lives Matter.' Senate Votes To Repeal Biden Federal Vaccine Mandate For Businesses.

Ray Appleton

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 36:35


A California school district reportedly removed a link to resources that, among other things, outlined how to cast a spell on people who said things like "all lives matter." The Senate voted Wednesday to repeal a President Biden-backed federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate for private businesses. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Lynda Steele Show
Trudeau government aims to repeal minimum sentencing for drug offences

The Lynda Steele Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 7:55


For more on the new Bill C-5, we're joined by Kyla Lee, Vancouver-based criminal defense lawyer  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CTV Power Play Podcast
Episode 1190: Bill to Repeal Mandatory Minimum Sentences

CTV Power Play Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 47:17


Glen McGregor, CTV News; David Lametti; Justice Minister; Tiffany Gaura, Quarantined Traveller; Yves Giroux, Parliamentary Budget Officer; Bob Fife, the Globe and Mail; Fatima Syed, The Narwhal; Edward Goldenberg, former chief of staff to prime minister Jean Chrétien; and Lisa Raitt, former Conservative Cabinet minister.

Richard Dixon
12/07 Richard Dixon Hour 2: The Jussie Smollett Case, Food Talk, Stay On Vaccine Mandates, Repeal the Grocery Tax, Sew Nice Embroidery, Printing, and Promotions' Feel Good Story of the Week, the #BSQotD, and More!

Richard Dixon

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 38:40


Richard Dixon talks about the Jussie Smollett case, gets into some food talk, talks about the stay put on Biden's vaccine mandates by federal judges, looks at an effort to repeal the grocery tax here in Alabama, does the Sew Nice Embroidery, Printing, and Promotions' Feel Good Story of the Week, the #BSQotD, and more! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

#AskCanadianSikhs the Podcast
#23 - Foreign Interference, Repeal of Farmer's Bills, BC Floods

#AskCanadianSikhs the Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2021 45:21


Welcome back to another exciting episode of the #AskCanadianSikhs podcast with our co-hosts Dr. Jaspreet Kaur Bal and Harman Singh Kandola. This month we discuss the foreign interference from India, the significant announcement of having the farmer's bills repealed, what that means for the farmers, the climate events in BC and how Sikhs are responding. Listen now and be informed on issues that are important to Canadian Sikhs. The podcast is now available on all major platforms. #AskCanadianSikhs #NeverForget1984 #Sikhs #Cdnpoli #Alberta #Edmonton #Calgary #Politics

The Rick Jensen Show
Rally to Repeal Cannabis Laws on Saturday Dec 4- Zoe Patchell of DelawareCAN has your details.

The Rick Jensen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 19:57


Zoe Patchell makes the case for legalizing marijuana in Delaware with an invitation to the Rally to Repeal Cannabis Laws on the Rick Jensen Show.

The KWOS Morning Show with Austin Petersen and John Marsh
Sara Walsh Says She'll Push To Repeal Gas Tax

The KWOS Morning Show with Austin Petersen and John Marsh

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 11:40


MO State Rep Sara Walsh prefiles a bill to repeal the hated gas tax that passed in Missouri last year.

ThePrint
PoliTricks: Modi govt has reduced Parliament to a Bill-passing factory. Repeal of farm laws proves it.

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 6:12


Repeal of farm laws without any discussion in Parliament and the suspension of 12 Opposition MPs show Modi government is reluctant to engage.

Bearing Arms' Cam & Co
Rittenhouse Verdict Leads To Call To Repeal Second Amendment

Bearing Arms' Cam & Co

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 30:17


It's not the first time that voices on the Left have demanded the repeal of the Second Amendment, and it won't be the last, but as Cam points out, the calls from pundits and columnists to erase away part of the Bill of Rights inevitably turn out to be all talk and no action.

SBS Punjabi - ਐਸ ਬੀ ਐਸ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ
India Diary: Cabinet approves bill to repeal three farm laws

SBS Punjabi - ਐਸ ਬੀ ਐਸ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 8:33


The Union Cabinet on 24 November approved a bill to repeal the three farm laws, which triggered protests at New Delhi's borders by thousands of farmers. All this and more in our weekly news segment from India.

ThoughtSpace - A Podcast from the Centre for Policy Research
Episode 11: Unpacking the Repeal of the Farm Laws

ThoughtSpace - A Podcast from the Centre for Policy Research

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 49:26


On 19th November 2021, Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi announced the repeal of the three contentious farm laws following one of the longest farmers' agitation that the country has witnessed. The laws and the resultant protests brought agriculture back into the public discourse and the repeal has generated much debate on the political implications and the future of reforms. In this episode of India Speak: The CPR Podcast, Yamini Aiyar (President and Chief Executive, CPR) speaks with two of India's foremost voices on agriculture- Harish Damodaran (Senior Fellow, CPR) and Mekhala Krishnamurthy (Senior Fellow and Director, State Capacity Initiative, CPR). Damodaran and Krishnamurthy dissect the important questions around the issue and what this repeal means for the Indian economy, society and for the farmer. They explain what the protests brought to the table, what pushed policymakers to repeal the laws and what direction the policy discourse ought to now take. They also shed light on the need for a new vocabulary for thinking of agricultural reforms to ensure the country can realise the full potential of Indian agriculture.

Bharatiya Junta Podcast
Newsein Aur Thoughtein - Farm Law Repeal, RW Thinkers, Modiji ko kya chahiye?

Bharatiya Junta Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 52:11


This week we discuss Modiji repealing the farm laws and the reactions to this big news. Also, we discuss some leading RW thinkers of our age. Also, answers to profound questions such as "Modiji ko kya chahiye life sey?" and "Did Chandragupta have a nickname?".

Issues, Etc.
3303. The Repeal of an Illinois Parental Involvement Law & A Washington Post/ABC News Poll on Roe v. Wade – Dr. Michael New, 11/23/21

Issues, Etc.

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 13:14


Dr. Michael New of the Charlotte Lozier Institute Michael New's Articles at National Review The Charlotte Lozier Institute

ThePrint
ThePrintPod: No possibility of CAA repeal, says minister Naqvi as farm laws U-turn revives demand

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 5:01


Union Minority Affairs Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi says 'people have started playing minority politics around CAA', adding that 'it has got nothing to do with Indian citizens'. ----more---- https://theprint.in/politics/no-possibility-of-caa-repeal-says-minister-naqvi-as-farm-laws-u-turn-revives-demand/770003/

SBS Punjabi - ਐਸ ਬੀ ਐਸ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ
Punjabi Diary: Farmers to continue agitation despite welcoming government's decision to repeal laws

SBS Punjabi - ਐਸ ਬੀ ਐਸ ਪੰਜਾਬੀ

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2021 8:00


Despite the government's decision to repeal the three controversial farm laws, the farmers' bodies on 20 November declared that will continue their protests until all their pending demands are met. This and more in our weekly news update from Punjab.

ThePrint
ThePrintPod: Gandhi is back. Farm laws repeal shows even the most hostile enemy can be transformed

ThePrint

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 5:19


It might be irresistible for some to enjoy the manner in which the mighty PM Modi has been ‘humbled'. But that would certainly be the antithesis of Gandhi. ----more---- https://theprint.in/opinion/gandhi-is-back-farm-laws-repeal-shows-even-the-most-hostile-enemy-can-be-transformed/770242/

Cyrus Says
Cock & Bull feat. Amit and Antariksh | NIMBY, Aryan Khan HC Statement, Farm Laws Repeal

Cyrus Says

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2021 80:34


On this episode, Cyrus is joined by his trusty sidekicks - Amit and Silverie (Antariksh) to talk about actors not wanting to sponsor products like alcohol, paan masala, etc, the New York Times video (correction: Silverie said Business Insider by mistake during the recording; link to the video below) that talks about what Democrats do when they're in power, the term NIMBY - Not In My Backyard, Amit figuring out/knowing the means to all the three words of the week - 'Isthmus', 'Creeping Jenny', 'Creeping Jesus', and a lot more. They also discuss the Bombay High Court's statement in the Aryan Khan drugs case, the BJP rolling back three of its farm laws, the farmers seemingly winning this battle over these farm laws, the rise of Anti-Gandhi sentiments in India over the last few years, and tons more.Link to The New York Times video: https://youtu.be/hNDgcjVGHIwSubscribe to our new YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCmY4iMGgEa49b7-NH94p1BQAlso, subscribe to Cyrus' YouTube channel: https://youtube.com/channel/UCHAb9jLYk0TwkWsCxom4q8AYou can follow Amit on Instagram & Twitter @DoshiAmit: https://twitter.com/doshiamit and https://instagram.com/doshiamitYou can follow Antariksh on Instagram @antariksht: https://instagram.com/antarikshtDo send in AMA questions for Cyrus by tweeting them to @cyrussaysin or e-mailing them at whatcyrussays@gmail.comDon't forget to follow Cyrus Broacha on Instagram @BoredBroacha (https://www.instagram.com/boredbroacha)In case you're late to the party and want to catch up on previous episodes of Cyrus Says you can do so at: www.ivmpodcasts.com/cyrussaysYou can listen to this show and other awesome shows on the new and improved IVM Podcasts App on Android: https://ivm.today/android or iOS: https://ivm.today/ios

Left, Right & Centre
Farmers: Protests To Continue, Will Wait For Formal Repeal

Left, Right & Centre

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2021 17:06


The Jaipur Dialogues
Farm Laws Repeal - Brain Stroke or Masterstroke? | Sandeep Deo, Tufail C, Vijay Sardana

The Jaipur Dialogues

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 20, 2021 50:33


Whereas Farm Laws had overwhelming majority of small farmers and middle classes with them, only a vocal and aggressive fringe was opposed. By succumbing to this fringe, has Modi played another 'master stroke'?

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
Democracy Forum 11/19/21: Freedom of Religion, Freedom from Religion: Politics and Religion in America

WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 58:51


Host: Ann Luther, League of Women Voters of Maine Freedom of Religion, Freedom from Religion: Politics and Religion in America -What is the constitutional foundation of the separation of church and state? -Why is it important? -Is freedom of religion in the Bill of Rights? How did the doctrine emerge and develop from the prohibition on the establishment of religion? -How is the interpretation and practice affecting modern politics? -What is the intersection of political activism and religious groups, now and in our history? Guests: Mark Brewer, Professor of Political Science and Department Chair, University of Maine Vincent Phillip Muñoz, Tocqueville Associate Professor of Religion & Public Life, Department of Political Science, Concurrent Associate Professor of Law, Notre Dame University To learn more about this topic: Memorial and Remonstrance Against Religious Assessments, James Madison, presented to the Virginia General Assembly in 1785 In U.S., Far More Support Than Oppose Separation of Church and State, Pew Research Center, October 2021 The Sleeper SCOTUS Case That Threatens the Separation of Church and State, The Atlantic, October 2021 Two Concepts of Religious Liberty: The Natural Rights and Moral Autonomy Approaches to the Free Exercise of Religion, Vincent Phillip Munoz, American Political Science Review, May 2016 Opinion | If they're going to keep passing religious laws, we're going to need exemptions, Washington Post, September 2021 The 2020 Census of American Religion, Public Religion Research Institute, July 2021 How ‘In God We Trust’ bills are helping advance a Christian nationalist agenda, The Conversation, July 2021 Relevant No More?: The Catholic/Protestant Divide in American Electoral Politics by Mark D. Brewer, 2003 The mostly volunteer team at the League of Women Voters – Downeast who plan and coordinate this series includes: Martha Dickinson, Michael Fisher, Starr Gilmartin, Maggie Harling, Ann Luther Judith Lyles, Wendilee O'Brien, Maryann Ogonowski, Pam Person, Leah Taylor, Linda Washburn About the host: Ann currently serves as Treasurer of the League of Women Voters of Maine and leads the LWVME Advocacy Team. She served as President of LWVME from 2003 to 2007 and as co-president from 2007-2009. In her work for the League, Ann has worked for greater public understanding of public policy issues and for the League's priority issues in Clean Elections & Campaign Finance Reform, Voting Rights, Ethics in Government, Ranked Choice Voting, and Repeal of Term Limits. Representing LWVME at Maine Citizens for Clean Elections, she served that coalition as co-president from 2006 to 2011. She remains on the board of MCCE and serves as Treasurer. She is active in the LWV-Downeast and hosts their monthly radio show, The Democracy Forum, on WERU FM Community Radio -which started out in 2004 as an recurring special, and became a regular monthly program in 2012. She was the 2013 recipient of the Baldwin Award from the ACLU of Maine for her work on voting rights and elections. She joined the League in 1998 when she retired as Senior Vice President at SEI Investments. Ann was a founder of the MDI Restorative Justice Program, 1999 – 2000, and served on its Executive Board. The post Democracy Forum 11/19/21: Freedom of Religion, Freedom from Religion: Politics and Religion in America first appeared on WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives.

AJ Daily
11-19-21 Dalebanks pledges 22% of Lot 22 for 2022 NJAS; FAPRI releases U.S. Baseline Outlook report update; NCBA opposes repeal of NWPR; R-CALF rejects compromised cattle market bill; NFU supports new cattle markets legislation

AJ Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 6:27


11-19-21 AJ DailyDalebanks Pledges 22% of Lot 22 for 2022 NJASAdapted from a release by the Kansas Angus Association FAPRI Releases U.S. Baseline Outlook Report Update Adapted from a release by the University of Missouri Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute NCBA Opposes Biden Administration Repeal of NWPR Adapted from a release by the National Cattlemen's Beef Association R-CALF Rejects Compromised Cattle Market Bill Adapted from a release by R-CALF USA NFU Supports New Cattle Markets Legislation Adapted from a release by Lyndsey Medsker, National Farmers Union Compiled by Paige Nelson, field editor, Angus Journal. For more Angus news, visit angusjournal.net. 

Catholic Chicago
CATHOLIC CONFERENCE HOUR -- Repeal of the Parental Notification of Abortion Act

Catholic Chicago

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 22:41


Host: Bob Gilligan. Repeal of the Parental Notification of Abortion Act. Guest: Rep. Chris Bos, 51st District

Pinches Glauber - Yiddish
Repeal of the 2002 AUMF

Pinches Glauber - Yiddish

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 14:31


אין 02' האט פרעזידענט בוש באקומען רשות פון קאנגרעס צו ניצן דאס מיליטער פאר אקציעס אין איראק. פארוואס האט קאנגרעס יעצט מחליט געווען מבטל צו זיין יענעם רעכט?

Unethical Podcast
Episode 50: “Thirty bucks a flake.” – The Sourtoe Cocktail Club

Unethical Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 66:07


*EXPLICIT CONTENT WARNING* Have you, like us, ever been in a situation where you started the story "there's this bar in the Yukon, where you take a shot with a mummified toe in it" and not known the full story when you've peaked everyone's interest around you? Fret no longer, we've provided it for you along with the man who started it all, True Crime Kent. And we've also provided you with some very academic and valid points about the untapped cannibalism culinary industry. It's the future, you heard it here first. If you'd like to help keep Unethical Podcast at the top of your feeds, please join us on Patreon or donate to us on Ko-fi! Thanks in advance for your support. JOIN OUR FACEBOOK GROUP FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM BUY  UNETHICAL MERCH DONATE ON KO-FI Music by: Chandler Edom Thomas https://beyondthedash.com/obituary/dick-stevenson-1077823215 https://www.yukon-news.com/news/remembering-capt-dick-stevenson-the-inventor-of-the-sourtoe-cocktail/ https://dawsoncity.ca/sourtoe-cocktail-club/ https://www.cbc.ca/shortdocs/features/the-story-of-the-sourtoe-cocktail-a-shot-of-whiskey-garnished-with-a-human https://www.usatoday.com/story/travel/destinations/2019/11/01/sourtoe-cocktail-drink-human-toe-served-yukon-canada/4081899002/ https://www.grownuptravels.com/story-and-man-behind-sourtoe-cocktail-in-dawson-city-yukon/ https://www.history.com/topics/roaring-twenties/prohibition https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rum-running https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Placer_mining https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Repeal_of_Prohibition_in_the_United_States https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-31741615 https://www.pastemagazine.com/drink/alcohol-history/the-1800s-when-americans-drank-whiskey-like-it-was/

RNZ: The House
Three Strikes Repeal

RNZ: The House

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 6:09


Covid-19 may dominate the news but Parliament does also have other things on its agenda. Quite a few things including a repeal of Three Strikes sentencing law.

Two Guys Drinking Whiskey
Remus Repeal Reserve 5 Episode #88

Two Guys Drinking Whiskey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 38:12


The boys are back with a new season after a long summer break. In this episode the explore the George Remus Repeal Reserve 5, and compare it to a house favorite.. the Belle Meade Reserve! Is this the best MGP Bourbon to date??Also the guys discuss what they have been up to during the break. We hope you Enjoy,Cheers!

Irish Left Archive Podcast
Aileen O'Carroll: Workers Solidarity Movement

Irish Left Archive Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 15, 2021 77:55


We talk to Aileen O'Carroll of the Workers Solidarity Movement (WSM) about campaigns including water charges, abortion referenda, Shell to Sea, Reclaim the Streets protests and the Dublin Grassroots Network; the WSM, anarchism and approaches to organising; and working on archiving the Repeal campaign.

The PodCask: a Podcast About Whiskey
BUY, BAR, PASS: Remus Repeal Reserve Batch 5

The PodCask: a Podcast About Whiskey

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 13:27


The Podcask is back with another Buy Bar Pass review of Remus Special Reserve V as the latest offering from MGP. This 100 proof minimum age 13 year old whiskey is making an impression on whiskeytube. We had to try it and see what the fuss is about! You might be surprised of the outcome! Subscribe to our channel for more bourbon reviews and updates. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thepodcask Store: https://www.thepodcask.com/store YouTube: https://youtube.com/thepodcask  

The Mash Up
E040 - Remus Repeal Reserve V Bourbon

The Mash Up

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 24:31


What do you think about when you see an Art Deco bourbon bottle? The television show Mad Men, opulent hotel lobbies or something else? This week we open a bottle of Remus Repeal Reserve Batch V Bourbon. Who is George Remus? Why is this bourbon made up of five different mash bills? Also, from our quintessential chesterfield chairs are ankle injuries, saying hello to listeners and a deep discussion on this bourbon. -------------------------- Socials IG: https://www.instagram.com/themashupky FB: https://www.facebook.com/themashupky TW: https://twitter.com/themashupky Music: All the Fixings by Zachariah Hickman Thank you so much for listening!

NTD Business
Fed to Start Tapering Bond Purchases; Some Dems Want to Repeal Salt Cap For 5 Years | NTD Business

NTD Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2021 25:27


NTD Business News- 11/3/2021 1. Fed Starts Tapering Process 2. Markets Calm On Fed Taper, But Risks Remain 3. Deere Workers Reject Pay Raise Offer 4. Some Dems Want To Repeal Salt Cap For 5 Years 5. Strong Services, Private Jobs Boost Economy

NTD Business
Fed to Start Tapering Bond Purchases; Some Dems Want to Repeal Salt Cap For 5 Years | NTD Business

NTD Business

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 25:27


NTD Business News- 11/3/20211. Fed Starts Tapering Process2. Markets Calm On Fed Taper, But Risks Remain3. Deere Workers Reject Pay Raise Offer4. Some Dems Want To Repeal Salt Cap For 5 Years5. Strong Services, Private Jobs Boost Economy

KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays
Voters put a Republican in Virginia’s Governor seat, Democrat in New Jersey’s Governor seat; Supreme Court hears challenge to New York gun ban, appears poised to repeal it; U.S. health officials announce approval of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vac

KPFA - The Pacifica Evening News, Weekdays

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2021 59:58


Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News
Utah County Commission approves resolution asking the state to repeal the death penalty

Jeff Caplan's Afternoon News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 27:39


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The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts
Episode 646: Why Did It All Fail? w/ Peyton From The ‘Repeal The 20th Century’ Podcast

The Libertarian Institute - All Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 79:08


80 Minutes PG-13 Peyton is the host of the "Repeal the 20th Century podcast. Peyton asked Pete to come on to give a detailed explanation of what some are calling post-libertarianism. Pete speaks to that in detail, and then discussions are had about many topics including the 20th century's failures. Today's sponsor: Open an IRA w/ iTrustCapital to Invest in Physical Gold & Crypto TAX-FREE! Get 1-Month FREE with Discount Code ($29.95 Savings) Link: https://rebrand.ly/beyondthewall Repeal the 20th Century Get Autonomy 19 Skills PDF Download The Monopoly On Violence Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete's Paypal Pete's Books on Amazon Pete on Facebook Pete on Twitter

Free Man Beyond the Wall
Episode 646: Why Did It All Fail? w/ Peyton From The 'Repeal The 20th Century' Podcast

Free Man Beyond the Wall

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 79:09


80 Minutes PG-13 Peyton is the host of the "Repeal the 20th Century podcast. Peyton asked Pete to come on to give a detailed explanation of what some are calling post-libertarianism. Pete speaks to that in detail, and then discussions are had about many topics including the 20th century's failures. Today's sponsor: Open an IRA w/ iTrustCapital to Invest in Physical Gold & Crypto TAX-FREE! Get 1-Month FREE with Discount Code ($29.95 Savings) Link: https://rebrand.ly/beyondthewall Repeal the 20th Century Get Autonomy 19 Skills PDF Download The Monopoly On Violence Pete's Patreon Pete's Substack Pete's Paypal Pete's Books on Amazon Pete on Facebook Pete on Twitter

The Bob Frantz Authority Podcast
Thursday 10.14.21 Hour 1 Discussing the Repeal of Resolution 20 & Leilani Lutali & Jaimee Fougner Discussing Transplant Canceled for Unvaccinated

The Bob Frantz Authority Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 45:19


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This Week in Google (MP3)
TWiG 633: Nothing About Me Without Me - Federated Twitter, Section 230 reform, Instagram moral panic

This Week in Google (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 118:49


Dead letters: Email could be the last federated internet technology — but it isn't. Facebook shouldn't be in charge of how you use Facebook. The Moral Panic Engulfing Instagram. Facebook whistleblower to brief Facebook Oversight Board, U.K. parliament. Twitter position paper on protecting the open internet. Why Section 230 'Reform' Effectively Means Section 230 Repeal. Highlights From William Shatner's Blue Origin Rocket Trip to Space. Rät by Penelope Scott. Samsung announces Unpacked 2 event for Wednesday, Oct 20th, right after Apple and Google. Len Sassaman and Satoshi: a Cypherpunk history. Picks Jeff - UK regulator Ofcom's list of bad words Jeff - How many watched Squid Game Ant - Irish People Blind Test Irish Whisky vs American Whiskey Ant - Hall H Show Ant - All Systems Red Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, and Ant Pruitt Guest: Cory Doctorow Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: akamai.com/twig Melissa.com/twit nureva.com/twit

This Week in Google (Video HI)
TWiG 633: Nothing About Me Without Me - Federated Twitter, Section 230 reform, Instagram moral panic

This Week in Google (Video HI)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 119:23


Dead letters: Email could be the last federated internet technology — but it isn't. Facebook shouldn't be in charge of how you use Facebook. The Moral Panic Engulfing Instagram. Facebook whistleblower to brief Facebook Oversight Board, U.K. parliament. Twitter position paper on protecting the open internet. Why Section 230 'Reform' Effectively Means Section 230 Repeal. Highlights From William Shatner's Blue Origin Rocket Trip to Space. Rät by Penelope Scott. Samsung announces Unpacked 2 event for Wednesday, Oct 20th, right after Apple and Google. Len Sassaman and Satoshi: a Cypherpunk history. Picks Jeff - UK regulator Ofcom's list of bad words Jeff - How many watched Squid Game Ant - Irish People Blind Test Irish Whisky vs American Whiskey Ant - Hall H Show Ant - All Systems Red Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, and Ant Pruitt Guest: Cory Doctorow Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: akamai.com/twig Melissa.com/twit nureva.com/twit

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)
This Week in Google 633: Nothing About Me Without Me

All TWiT.tv Shows (MP3)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 118:49


Dead letters: Email could be the last federated internet technology — but it isn't. Facebook shouldn't be in charge of how you use Facebook. The Moral Panic Engulfing Instagram. Facebook whistleblower to brief Facebook Oversight Board, U.K. parliament. Twitter position paper on protecting the open internet. Why Section 230 'Reform' Effectively Means Section 230 Repeal. Highlights From William Shatner's Blue Origin Rocket Trip to Space. Rät by Penelope Scott. Samsung announces Unpacked 2 event for Wednesday, Oct 20th, right after Apple and Google. Len Sassaman and Satoshi: a Cypherpunk history. Picks Jeff - UK regulator Ofcom's list of bad words Jeff - How many watched Squid Game Ant - Irish People Blind Test Irish Whisky vs American Whiskey Ant - Hall H Show Ant - All Systems Red Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, and Ant Pruitt Guest: Cory Doctorow Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: akamai.com/twig Melissa.com/twit nureva.com/twit

Radio Leo (Audio)
This Week in Google 633: Nothing About Me Without Me

Radio Leo (Audio)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 118:49


Dead letters: Email could be the last federated internet technology — but it isn't. Facebook shouldn't be in charge of how you use Facebook. The Moral Panic Engulfing Instagram. Facebook whistleblower to brief Facebook Oversight Board, U.K. parliament. Twitter position paper on protecting the open internet. Why Section 230 'Reform' Effectively Means Section 230 Repeal. Highlights From William Shatner's Blue Origin Rocket Trip to Space. Rät by Penelope Scott. Samsung announces Unpacked 2 event for Wednesday, Oct 20th, right after Apple and Google. Len Sassaman and Satoshi: a Cypherpunk history. Picks Jeff - UK regulator Ofcom's list of bad words Jeff - How many watched Squid Game Ant - Irish People Blind Test Irish Whisky vs American Whiskey Ant - Hall H Show Ant - All Systems Red Hosts: Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, and Ant Pruitt Guest: Cory Doctorow Download or subscribe to this show at https://twit.tv/shows/this-week-in-google. Get episodes ad-free with Club TWiT at https://twit.tv/clubtwit Sponsors: akamai.com/twig Melissa.com/twit nureva.com/twit

Curiosity Public's Podcast
Review - Remus Repeal Batch V

Curiosity Public's Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 28:33


Watch this episode on YouTube:https://youtu.be/tdWp8W4CTLMCheck us out on Instagram @curiosity_publichttps://www.instagram.com/curiosity_public/We have t-shirts! Grab them here:https://curiosity-public.myspreadshop.com/allStay curious!All claims made here about alcohol, whether in this podcast, in this description, or on our Youtube channel, are solely our opinions and intended only for those of legal drinking age.  All links provided here should only be accessed by those of legal drinking age.