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The museum hosted a panel discussion on the 1620 Mayflower Compact — the shortest American political document of enduring significance. With these few words, however, the Pilgrims sowed the seeds of liberty and self-government that made their small New England settlement a cradle of American democracy. This event will explore the idea that these seventeenth-century Pilgrims were the true forerunners of America's Founders and examine the Compact as a blueprint used to frame this nation's founding principles as embedded in the US Constitution.
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Thanksgiving is a feast for your belly that happens once a year. The Not For Prophets Stereo Podcast is the feast for your ears that's coming at you at least once a week. Come have another helping of the only all Arkansas focused podcast and BEST sounding podcast made in the Natural State. Here's what's on the menu: - EARTHQUAKE!!! - US Constitution lands in NWA - new places, more ways to look like a dweeb in Little Rock - Huntsville pastor fleeces flock - a casino ticket and an execution - titty-lickin' good time in Pine Bluff - UPDATES + Arkansas State Police settle pregnant PIT stop lawsuit * https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=josbuIY0BJA + anybody else is running against Jim Bob Duggar - News From 100 Years Ago ...plus a few more delicious ear morsels for you to enjoy. Want a bribe? Leave a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts with words and send me a message. I'll make sure you get your bribe. And there's a chance you'll land yourself an INDECLINE Riot Stick or a bottle of Scottie Pippen's Digits bourbon. Thanks for hopping on the ride with me and I hope you dig it. Tap the SUBSCRIBE button to make sure you never miss a new weekly episode, or any of the bonus episodes that come out by surprise. If you're liking what's happing here, tell someone. Better yet, just grab their phone and subscribe for them. Do them the favor, okay? Interested in sponsoring the podcast, or want to reach out? Feel at any time. email@example.com Web: notforprophets.net Instagram Twitter YouTube Spotify
Steak and caviar for the world's richest dog, crypto signing rights in LA, a crypto bid on the US Constitution and crypto theft via phone hacking. Buy books, get one NFT, Rivian comes back to earth and tax credits vary based on who assembled your electric vehicle.
Recap of the Week! - Comments on the Church Microaggression Email - Elder Bednar and Choosing to be Offended - Understanding Demons and the Context of the Sermon on the Mount - President Oaks, The US Constitution and Ideologies Attacking It Website - https://www.cwicmedia.com
The Twenty-Fourth Amendment to the US Constitution made the use of the poll tax as a requirement to register to vote unconstitutional. After the Civil War, many of the southern states enacted poll taxes to prevent African-Americans from voting, as they knew most of them were lower income and would not be able to pay the tax. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-twenty-fourth-amendment-the-constitutional-amendments/ Genealogy Clips Podcast: https://genealogyclips.com Historical Postcard Giveaway: https://ancestralfindings.com/postcard-giveaway/ Free Genealogy eBooks: https://ancestralstuff.com Hard To Find Surnames: https://ancestralfindings.com/surnames Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AncestralFindings Support Ancestral Findings: https://ancestralfindings.com/donation #Genealogy #AncestralFindings #GenealogyClips
On This Week in Tech, Leo Laporte, Wesley Faulkner, Wil Harris, and Chris Preimesberger discussed the sale of a copy of the US Constitution at auction and why those bidding were actually involved in a bit of payback. Full episode at twit.tv/twit850 Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Wesley Faulkner, Chris J. Preimesberger, and Wil Harris You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/
On This Week in Tech, Leo Laporte, Wesley Faulkner, Wil Harris, and Chris Preimesberger discussed the sale of a copy of the US Constitution at auction and why those bidding were actually involved in a bit of payback. Full episode at twit.tv/twit850 Host: Leo Laporte Guests: Wesley Faulkner, Chris J. Preimesberger, and Wil Harris You can find more about TWiT and subscribe to our podcasts at https://podcasts.twit.tv/
Our greatest failing as a government is that there has been no reckoning for those who tried to overthrow our government. Article 14, Section 3 of the US Constitution provides a remedy to oust such officials and/or bar them from office. It's high time we consider this and other remedies. John P. Flannery, II, Esq. (firstname.lastname@example.org, @jonlfan)
A wedge is forming as Bitcoin retreats to ~$57k, a level that is technically insignificant. But which way will it break? Meanwhile, we have developed a full blown addiction to ALT coins. This week GALA and POWR enter Robert's portfolio of interests. But in the end, the whole ecosystem rests on the momentum of Bitcoin and Ethereum. In other bizarre Crypto news, billionaire Ken Griffin outbids a Crypto collective to purchase a first edition of the US Constitution for $43M. The future is here. And finally, with the illustrious Nasdaq 100 at new all time highs and technically overbought, I submit that a near-term pullback might be in the offing. Why? The debt ceiling fracas is destined to return in early December.
Well, we didn't win the US Constitution…but this is going to be big. If you don't know what I'm talking about, here are the details. As you know from listening to this podcast, I've been covering quite a bit about DAOs and digital property rights for content creators. Most of the DAO (decentralized autonomous organizations) examples I've been sharing are for media companies and crypto projects. Well, here's one that really got me thinking. Last week, a group of investors and crypto enthusiasts launched ConstitutionDAO. Their goal? To buy the actual US constitution. Auction house Sotheby's auctioned it off last week. The estimated price was to go between $15 and $20 million dollars. ConstitutionDAO's goal was to purchase this version. They say: “We're buying the US Constitution. For the first time in thirty-three years, one of thirteen surviving copies of the Official Edition from the Constitutional Convention will be publicly auctioned by Sotheby's. It is the only copy that is still owned by private collectors. The proceeds from the auction will be given to a charity that has been established by the current owner.” They had all kinds of plans for it, including giving this version to the Smithsonian Institute and then working out a plan to buy more US artifacts. Crazy, right? As you probably already know, they did not win. A private investor won the bid at around $43 million dollars. Unbelievable. ConstitutionDAO raised over $40 million in about a week and came up just short. It seems the private investor who won was a billionaire and was going to win it regardless. Probably was Bezos or something. Here's what ConstititionDAO stated on their Discord page: "We did not win the bid for the copy of the U.S. constitution. While this wasn't the outcome we hoped for, we still made history tonight with ConstitutionDAO. This is the largest crowdfund for a physical object that we are aware of—crypto or fiat. We are so incredibly grateful to have done this together with you all and are still in shock that we even got this far. Sotheby's has never worked with a DAO community before. We broke records for the most money crowdfunded in less than 72 hours. We have educated an entire cohort of people around the world – from museum curators and art directors to our grandmothers asking us what eth is when they read about us in the news – about the possibilities of web3. And, on the flip side, many of you have learned about what it means to steward an asset like the U.S. constitution across museums and collections, or watched an art auction for the first time. We had 17,437 donors, with a median donation size of $206.26. A significant percentage of these donations came from wallets that were initialized for the first time." I was part of the 17,000 plus who donated. To be honest, it was all very exciting. I knew people who actually flew out to see the auction live. Just a few months ago something like this would have been impossible, but now because of the blockchain and the token, groups of people can easily come together into a real business and govern themselves. Why am I telling you all this? Start thinking of the applications. Want to keep a historical structure in your town? Start a DAO. Want to buy a minor league baseball team? Start a DAO. Want to buy a bar with all your friends? Start a DAO. Now, there are all kinds of legal landmines here because, well, we know nothing about this new legal entity. That said, THIS is what the internet was built for. Now groups of people can more easily pool resources, own things, and self-govern. And maybe the best part about this, is the equitable approach. The Bankless blog and newsletter just wrote this – and I paraphrase “In the Web3 environment where anonymity is welcomed and encouraged, nothing about your background can be used to prevent you from jumping into a DAO, getting to work, and earning money. We absolutely cannot take this lightly. We have a real opportunity here: to find the human coordination solutions we have been seeking ever since humans first started walking upright. These solutions aren't just elegantly built atop code—they're our first real shot at a universally equitable work environment. An equitable work environment is where anyone can work for what they want to achieve because everyone has the same tools to do so. Ageism doesn't exist—want to be a governance leader at 16 or 75? Prove your talents and you're in. Geographic borders don't exist either. The DAO you want to join is halfway across the world? Come right in. The motherhood penalty—when women of childbearing years struggle to get promoted because they're a corporate “risk” if they have children—is not anywhere to be seen in a DAO. They pay and promote people based on work quality and nothing else. All right, back to me now. This IS something. We are just getting started. The token makes this possible. Do you feel like you never got to take advantage when the Internet was just getting started. Well, tokenization, and DAOs, could be bigger. If you are a content entrepreneur or content marketer, it's time to pay attention. ------- See all Content Inc episodes at the Content Inc. podcast home. Get more by subscribing to TheTilt.com newsletter.
President Oaks Parses Out the Constitution From his April, 2021 General Conference talk, President Oaks analyzes the US Constitution and states that it is inspired of God and that the whole world needs to look to it and its principles of liberty and limited government. Critical Social Justice and Critical Race Theory decry the liberties of the US Constitution and its focus on opportunity. Website - https://www.cwicmedia.com
Trending Topics at 5 o'clock. Tiger King, season two is coming Netflix and one of its stars isn't thrilled about it... or talking to the cops about her missing husband. A rare first printing of the US Constitution has sold for $43.2m. A birth was caught on a Ring camera in Vacaville. A moment on Marilyn Manson. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kyle Rittenhouse has been acquitted of all charges brought against him for the shooting of two men who pursued him and threatened his person during the Kenosha, Wisconsin, riots of 2020. Though it was clear from the trial that Rittenhouse acted in self-defense, the verdict was far from certain. So it is encouraging to see that the jury saw what the rest of the country did — that Rittenhouse wasn't a murderer, but a young man who did what he had to do. Kyle Rittenhouse found not guilty (Intro) https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/live/2021/nov/19/kyle-rittenhouse-verdict-not-guilty-kenosha-shooting-latest SOUTHERN POVERTY LAW CENTER DENOUNCES LACK OF JUSTICE IN KYLE RITTENHOUSE VERDICT https://www.splcenter.org/presscenter/southern-poverty-law-center-denounces-lack-justice-kyle-rittenhouse-verdict Anthony Michael Huber Source: Kenosha Sheriff http://kenoshacountyeye.com/2021/02/12/anthony-huber-he-wasnt-a-hero-opinion/Reaction to Kyle Rittenhouse's NOT GUILTY Verdict https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MgeGGC5JmOs Bonehead Award https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2021/nov/19/kyle-rittenhouse-verdict-reaction-conservatives
Will Papper, SyndicateDAO co-founder and ConstitutionDAO contributor, tells the story of how a group of internet friends came together as a DAO to crowdfund a $41 million bid at a Sotheby's auction for a physical copy of the US Constitution. Show highlights: how Will and other ConstitutionDAO members feel after losing the auction the significance of ConstitutionDAO despite its loss whether Will knows who the other bidder was why museums began reaching out to ConstitutionDAO and seem to be excited about DAOs moving forward why there was so much confusion over who was the bidder for the DAO and whether it had won why ConstitutionDAO did not bid more than $41 million -- even though the crowdfund was at nearly $50 million why ConstitutionDAO did not have a crypto-whale help keep the bidding war going how ConstitutionDAO plans to refund participants what Will thinks about using a layer 2 solution to refund ETH for ConstitutionDAO donations how the idea for ConstitutionDAO came about what role Will had in the formation of ConstitutionDAO what lessons can be learned from ConstitutionDAO what's next for DAOs in general Thank you to our sponsors! Avado: ava.do Crypto.com: https://crypto.onelink.me/J9Lg/unconfirmedcardearnfeb2021 Nodle: https://bit.ly/3AXGydJ Episode Links Will Papper Twitter: https://twitter.com/WillPapper LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/wpapper ConstitutionDAO Twitter: https://twitter.com/ConstitutionDAO Website: https://www.constitutiondao.com/ Contribution page: https://juicebox.money/#/p/constitutiondao Sotheby's Auction YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TBa-9Lx3vc ConstitutionDAO's Statement After Losing Auction https://twitter.com/ConstitutionDAO/status/1461527516670316544 https://twitter.com/ConstitutionDAO/status/1461498841820192771 Press Not Boring: https://www.notboring.co/p/lets-buy-the-us-constitution Stratechery: https://stratechery.com/2021/constitutiondao-the-need-for-trust-memes-and-reality/ New York Times: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/11/17/business/crypto-constitution-sothebys.html?smid=tw-share Wall Street Journal: https://www.wsj.com/articles/crypto-investors-want-to-buy-rare-copy-of-u-s-constitution-at-sothebys-auction-11637071590 The Defiant: https://thedefiant.io/dao-constitution-4m/ CoinDesk: https://www.coindesk.com/tech/2021/11/15/i-think-were-doing-this-inside-one-daos-20m-plot-to-purchase-the-us-constitution/ William Lobkowicz tweet thread: https://twitter.com/WRLobkowicz/status/1461401142953402371
We've got a Batman/Superman situation as Starbucks and Amazon team up on a store. Nicolas Cage is pumped that a copy of the US Constitution was (almost) bought by a special crypto team: aka “The DAO.” And Nvidia stock jumped 8% because it whipped up a physical shovel to the digital meta goldrush. $NVDA $SBUX $AMZN $NVDA $ETH $BTC Got a SnackFact? Tweet it @RobinhoodSnacks @JackKramer @NickOfNewYork Want a shoutout on the pod? Fill out this form: https://forms.gle/KhUAo31xmkSdeynD9 Got a SnackFact for the pod? We got a form for that too: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe64VKtvMNDPGSncHDRF07W34cPMDO3N8Y4DpmNP_kweC58tw/viewform Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Is Disney going metaverse? Of course they are, but should they at this point? Joe and Robert discuss exactly what Disney needs to do (and, of course, they will be correct). Miramax is suing Quentin Tarantino over his launch of "Pulp Fiction" NFTs. Joe believes there are major legal landmines here, while Robert believes it's all a marketing stunt. Speaking of NFTs and marketing stunts, this Industry Dive article goes through what brands are doing now to take advantage of the NFT run. Phase 1 is all stunts and short-sighted marketing. Phase 2 will be all about utility. Rants and raves include a DAO buying the US Constitution and Netflix's new power rankings. --------- Liked this show? SUBSCRIBE to this podcast on Spotify, Apple, Google and more. Catch past episodes and show notes at ThisOldMarketing.site.
Thousands are stranded by floods and mudslides in British Columbia in Canada – Chris Walker of CBC Radio One, who flew over the affected area on Thursday, joins us. In New York, Sotheby's auctions a rare copy of the US Constitution, but a crowdfunding project has raised over $45m in cryptocurrency in an attempt to bring it into public ownership. We speak to one of the members behind the project, and to Matt Binder of Mashable. Elsewhere in the US, the House of Representatives looks set to vote on President Biden's Build Back Better Bill later on Thursday- we bring you the latest. Fergus Nicholl looks at gold smuggling in Mali, and the BBC's Sameer Hashmi is in Dubai speaking to the boss of the Etihad airline. Throughout the programme we're joined by Peter Ryan, ABC's Senior Business Correspondent in Sydney, and by Alison van Diggelen of freshdialogues.com in California. Picture: A man paddles a canoe through floods in Canada Credit: Reuters
CommBank shares had their biggest single-day drop since March 2020 earlier this week, as investors worry about competition in the mortgage space and the record low cash rate. Nestle expects to almost double e-commerce sales to 25% of total company sales by 2025 - by pushing sales to consumers directly via its own online channel. Crypto fans are uniting to spend millions of dollars worth of crypto to bid for an original copy of the US Constitution. --- November = Flux Savings Month: https://bit.ly/flux-savings-month Save money and win cash prizes up to $250k weekly: https://www.flux.finance/win-the-week Get your credit score for free: https://bit.ly/fluxcreditscore Download the free app (App Store): http://bit.ly/FluxAppStore Download the free app (Google Play Store): http://bit.ly/FluxappGooglePlay Daily newsletter: https://bit.ly/fluxnewsletter Instagram: http://bit.ly/fluxinsta TikTok: https://email@example.com --- The content in this podcast reflects the views and opinions of the hosts, and is intended for personal and not commercial use. We do not represent or endorse the accuracy or reliability of any opinion, statement or other information provided or distributed in these episodes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
A big week for trying to hold people accountable this week! Luce and Nick start off with the hilarious realisation that this is now a 2x award winning podcast before launching into a deep dive on Mittens the cat, Kyle Rittenhouse's trial, a big Astroworld update, some more stuff going on in space, and a really funny 'comment of the week.' See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
In this episode, we discuss the sixty-seven possible question on your U.S. Citizenship Civics Test, The Federalist Papers supported the passage of the U.S. Constitution. Name one of the writers. In addition to the question and answer, Andrea will provide a brief history lesson as well to help you understand the question and answer.As you prepare for your U.S. Citizenship Test, you can download my "Audio Pack", which includes all 100 civics lessons, a Citizenship Guide, and Audio Flash Cards for easy memorization of all 100 questions & answers at StudyWithAndrea.com/USA.Support the show (https://StudyWithAndrea.com/USA)
Simon Taylor and Cuy Sheffield are back this week to talk about the latest and greatest news in blockchain and Crypto. Tune in now to find out more about: $9.5 billion spent using Chinese central bank's digital currency 1:55 Chipper Cash gets $2B valuation with $150M extension round led by FTX 15:05 Goldman Sachs Taps Digital Asset to Build Open Platform for Tokenized Assets 24:10 A DAO is trying to buy a rare print of the US Constitution 34:25 EA says NFTs are part of the future of games industry 41:13 And much more! Simon and Cuy are joined by a fantastic guest: Charles Cascarilla, CEO and Co-Founder of Paxos The Tweet of the Week comes from David Hoffman, @TrustlessState (https://twitter.com/TrustlessState/status/1458610798192852992). Why not send us your best tweets? See if you can get a shout out on the show! This episode is sponsored by Visa. This episode is brought to you by Visa, one of the world's leaders in digital payments. Crypto has opened up a new world of possibility. And Visa is helping everyone take part. Visa enables commerce across their network and crypto networks through solutions like Fintech Fast Track, a quick and easy way for crypto innovators to issue payment credentials. Join us in this new money movement. Learn more at visa.com/crypto (https://partner.visa.com/homepage.html?utm_source=partner&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_content=sponsored-podcast_english_60min0sec&utm_campaign=us_fintech_q3-fy21-11fs-fintechinsider&utm_creative=awareness_11fs-fintech-insider). If you enjoyed the show, don't forget to subscribe and leave a review! Want to join the conversation on all the topics discussed? Tweet the show at: www.twitter.com/bchaininsider Special Guest: Charles Cascarilla.
Baltimore native David Rubenstein is a founding figure in private equity, a prolific philanthropist, and author. From leveraged buyouts to his patriotic philanthropy to his leadership roles within institutions like the Smithsonian, Kennedy Center, and the National Gallery of Art, David has spent much of his life evaluating what makes institutions—and people—succeed. He joined Tyler to discuss what makes someone good at private equity, why 20 percent performance fees have withstood the test of time, why he passed on a young Mark Zuckerberg, why SPACs probably won't transform the IPO process, gambling on cryptocurrency, whether the Brooklyn Nets are overrated, what Wall Street and Washington get wrong about each other, why he wasn't a good lawyer, why the rise of China is the greatest threat to American prosperity, how he would invest in Baltimore, his advice to aging philanthropists, the four standards he uses to evaluate requests for money, why we still need art museums, the unusual habit he and Tyler share, why even now he wants more money, why he's not worried about an imbalance of ideologies on college campuses, how he prepares to interview someone, what appealed to him about owning the Magna Carta, the change he'd make to the US Constitution, why you shouldn't obsess about finding a mentor, and more. Visit our website: https://conversationswithtyler.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/cowenconvos Follow us on Instagram: https://instagram.com/cowenconvos/ Follow Tyler on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tylercowen Follow David on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DM_Rubenstein Like us on Facebook: https://facebook.com/cowenconvos Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://go.mercatus.org/l/278272/2017-09-19/g4ms
MANSCAPED: We're proud to present Manscaped as our newest partner! What guy wouldn't want The Right Tools for The Job?! Head over to manscaped.com/house, or use the code HOUSE at checkout for 20% off AND free shipping on your order. Just in time for Christmas, too! BEERS: Our first guest on the art side of the beer world joins the show! Jim McCune co-founded the Craft Beer Marketing Awards in 2019, only to have COVID delay its launch in the way he would've hoped. Now, he's created one of the most popular awards among beer creators in “The Crushies,” which are given to those making a splash in the craft beer marketing scene. We discuss Jim's career as a graphic designer, his lessons learned from working at Blue Point Brewery in New York, and what's next for the CBMA's. BUSINESS:So much for anonymity! Two men are going to trial with the same goal: to prove that they were the one true founder of Bitcoin. With $66 billion in BTC on the table, the stakes are higher than ever in this first-of-its-kind legal battle. How can Ira Kleiman and Craig Wright each legally prove that they own the pile of cryptocurrency up for grabs. If that's not enough crypto news for you, we've got more: an investor group is raising money to buy one of the only certified copies of the US Constitution. BALLS (presented by MANSCAPED): College basketball is here! What did we learn in week 1? Is Gonzaga the team to beat? Is Loyola moving to the A-10 a good call? In NFL news, the Los Angeles Rams are the team to beat, but got trounced by the 49ers with their new-look team; what went wrong? As for a quick check on the NBA, the Golden State Warriors are red-hot with a 11-2 start, seemingly out of nowhere. Thanks for listening! Remember to hit the follow button on Spotify, and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts. Join the conversation on Twitter and Instagram. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/beersbusinessandballs/support
As we speak, thousands of people are contributing funds to the ConstitutionDAO in order to win a copy for the last remaining private copy og the US Constitution when it goes up for auction at Sotheby's on Thursday night. It's expected to fetch roughly $20 million. We'll cover the backstory, what a DAO is, and the significance of a group of people using web3 tools to buy the US Constitution together. You can read the full post at Not Boring. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/notboring/message
In a day and time where we are having our government and law enforcement authorities issuing mandates that are supposed to be for our good, how do they line up with GOD's mandates and standards, not to mention the Three Charters of Freedom, The US Constitution, The Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights? Mac explores these themes through Romans 13:1-7 and Acts 5:27-29 which cover our obedience to the law of the land, and our obedience to GOD when our human mandates are not in line with GOD.
What is Due Process? Self Incrimination? Hint - 5th AmendmentAnd it's critical to every American's freedom. Why? Because it prevents overzealous prosecutors from using civil testimonies in a criminal trial when it's been agreed that won't happen. Ask Bill Cosby how important that is. Regardless of how you feel about Bill Cosby, he has rights. Unalienable rights. Guaranteed him by the US Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Just like every citizen of the United States of America. And those rights were grossly violated.Attorney Jody Lehrer joins Jared on the All Things Crime stage to discuss how this whole mess unfolded. We don't discuss Bill Cosby's actions in regards to the women he allegedly sexually assaulted. Sadly none of that matters now.What we do discuss is how Bill was told he would not be prosecuted by one DA, then went through a civil deposition, then another prosecutor used that civil deposition to convict him in a criminal case. And as a result of those actions and the appeal process the PA Supreme Court vacated the conviction.This case will be studied by law schools for decades!All Things Crime is a new, comprehensive video series that will explore every aspect of crime and the ensuing investigation, one video interview at a time. The host, Jared Bradley, is the President of M-Vac Systems, which is a wet-vacuum based forensic DNA collection system, and has experience traveling the world training all levels of law enforcement and crime lab DNA analysts in using the M-Vac to help solve crime. Along the way he has met people from all walks of life and experience in investigating crimes, so is putting that knowledge to use in another way by sharing it in these videos.If you are interested in more videos about the M-Vac, DNA and investigations, also check out the M-Vac's channel @https://www.youtube.com/c/MVacSystems...
Professor of Constitutional Law at Brown and Fordham Universities Corey Brettschneider joins Jess and Zerlina on the show to discuss his work editing Penguin Classics' 'Free Speech' and 'Religious Freedom,' out now!FREE SPEECH and RELIGIOUS FREEDOM edited by Corey Brettschneider will give readers even more contextual background on the historic texts that are the bedrock of our democracy.Corey is a professor of constitutional law and politics at Brown and Fordham. With the Penguin Liberty Series, Corey hopes to create a curated series of historical, political, and legal classic texts that give readers an in-depth scope of our constitutional rights. FREE SPEECH is a collection of writings on the American liberty of freedom of speech. RELIGIOUS FREEDOM is a collection that addresses religious freedom, including the right to religious belief and expression, and a guarantee that the government neither prefers religion over non-religion nor favors particular faiths over others.As America continues to grapple with how to uphold our constitution and make a true democracy for all, the Penguin Liberty series is a great reference to the foundations of our government, what the Constitution says about the role of free speech, religious freedoms, and how these basic principles impact the everyday lives of Americans.
The Broken Constitution is a miniseries by Unknown History from Quick and Dirty Tips and Pushkin Industries. In this final bonus episode, Noah Feldman explains the contradictions and calculations Lincoln made as he drafted The Emancipation Proclamation and the long-term implications of Lincoln's decision to break and remake the US Constitution. Noah's Feldman's book, The Broken Constitution: Lincoln, Slavery, and the Refounding of America, is out now. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The Twenty-Second Amendment to the US Constitution sets term limits for the US President, as well as some other qualifications for being elected to that office. This issue had been discussed as far back as the 1780s, during the Constitutional Convention, and many Founding Fathers expressed concerns about not limiting presidential terms. This is why term limits for US Presidents were finally instituted by adopting the Twenty-Second Amendment. Podcast Show Notes: https://ancestralfindings.com/the-twenty-second-amendment-the-constitutional-amendments/ Genealogy Clips Podcast: https://genealogyclips.com Historical Postcard Giveaway: https://ancestralfindings.com/postcard-giveaway/ Free Genealogy eBooks: https://ancestralstuff.com Hard To Find Surnames: https://ancestralfindings.com/surnames Follow on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AncestralFindings Support Ancestral Findings: https://ancestralfindings.com/donation #Genealogy #AncestralFindings #GenealogyClips
“Know ye not that there is a prince and a great man fallen this day in Israel?” This is the story of the Gilded Age below the Mason-Dixon Line. In the years since the Civil War, the cotton industry has been reshaped. The South has more international competition and is opening more of its own cotton mills. It's a significant and deeper step into a post-slavery, industrial economy. This “New South” post-slavery economy has also turned to a new farming model: sharecropping. But amid forced labor contracts, shady dealings, and a massacre in Thibodaux, Louisiana, some are left wondering: how different is the former from the latter? Meanwhile, Southern “redeemer” Democrats are pushing new state laws that specify “equal but separate” accommodations based on race. Black Americans, however, call it a clear targeting and violation of their civil rights guaranteed by the US Constitution's 14th Amendment. When Louisiana passes its “Jim Crow” Separate Car act, a mixed-race Creole from New Orleans named Homer Plessy will fight it through the courts. His challenge will go all the way to the US Supreme Court. But as the South industrializes and Jim Crow spreads, we also say a painful goodbye to an old friend. It's time to lay Frederick Douglass to rest. Sleep well, Old Man Eloquent. You've more than earned your eternal slumber. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The United States Constitution is the cornerstone of American government and society. It was also written a long time ago, and society has changed greatly since then. How does the document hold up? Why do conservatives and progressives read the same words and interpret them very differently at times? Why is it so hard to amend the Constitution, and why are both sides unlikely to change it with a constitutional convention? We asked John Lindros, a lecturer in Business and Constitutional Law at Cabrini University to come on the podcast to talk about why the Constitution hasn't been changed in decades and how well it reflects the reality of life in 21st century America. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The Broken Constitution is a miniseries by Unknown History from Quick and Dirty Tips and Pushkin Industries. In this second of three bonus episodes, Noah Feldman explains the decisions Lincoln made when he took office that effectively broke the US Constitution in hopes of preserving the nation. Noah's forthcoming book, The Broken Constitution: Lincoln, Slavery, and the Refounding of America, is out November 2. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Join America's Roundtable co-hosts Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy with special guest John Yoo, visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution, and a law Professor at the University of California–Berkeley School of Law. The conversation focuses on President Joe Biden's executive overreach and the "broader progressive assault on constitutional values," the importance of affirming the separation of powers, and the significance of states' rights — the Tenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. The discussion will focus on the Biden administration imposing federal mandates — to extend the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's moratorium on eviction proceedings and to use Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in order to impose vaccine mandates in the work place, which is unconstitutional. Moreover, these directives impact individual liberty, the rights of citizens, and adversely affects private enterprises across the nation. The conversation will also highlight the 30th anniversary of Clarence Thomas's appointment to the Supreme Court, and how he "continues to champion the preservation of principle and liberty in American law," as well as the latest findings of the Durham Report which indicted a Clinton campaign lawyer Mr. Michael Sussmann for a false claim of Russia-Trump collusion. According to the report, Mr. Sussmann was working with other Democrats and billing his time to the Clinton campaign. Relevant reading: National Review | Biden's Eviction Moratorium Extension Is Executive Overreach (https://www.nationalreview.com/2021/08/bidens-eviction-moratorium-extension-is-executive-overreach/) National Review | Clarence Thomas, an American Justice (https://www.nationalreview.com/2021/10/clarence-thomas-an-american-justice/) Brief bio: John Yoo is a visiting fellow at the Hoover Institution, a law Professor at the University of California–Berkeley School of Law, and a visiting scholar at the American Enterprise Institute. He has worked in all three branches of government, notably as an official in the U.S. Department of Justice, where he worked on national security and terrorism issues after the September 11 attacks. He also served as general counsel of the US Senate Judiciary Committee under its chairman, Orrin Hatch of Utah. He has been a law clerk for Supreme Court justice Clarence Thomas and US Court of Appeals Judge Laurence Silberman. https://ileaderssummit.org/services/americas-roundtable-radio/ https://ileaderssummit.org/ | https://jerusalemleaderssummit.com/ America's Roundtable on Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/americas-roundtable/id1518878472 Twitter: @ileaderssummit @NatashaSrdoc @JoelAnandUSA America's Roundtable is co-hosted by Natasha Srdoc and Joel Anand Samy, co-founders of International Leaders Summit and the Jerusalem Leaders Summit. America's Roundtable radio program - a strategic initiative of International Leaders Summit, focuses on America's economy, healthcare reform, rule of law, security and trade, and its strategic partnership with rule of law nations around the world. The radio program features high-ranking US administration officials, cabinet members, members of Congress, state government officials, distinguished diplomats, business and media leaders and influential thinkers from around the world. America's Roundtable is aired by Lanser Broadcasting Corporation on 96.5 FM and 98.9 FM, covering Michigan's major market, SuperTalk Mississippi Media's 12 radio stations and 50 affiliates reaching every county in Mississippi and parts of the neighboring states, including Alabama, Arkansas, Louisiana and Tennessee, and through podcast on Apple Podcasts and other key online platforms.
A Front Row Seat at the 1787 Constitutional Convention: Richard Hall, the Director and Co-Producer of the four-part series, Confounding Father: A Contrarian View of the U.S. Constitution (2020) takes you and host Richard Levick of LEVICK back to 1787 and the debate over the Electoral College, the three-fifths clause, the fugitive slave clause, the continuation of the African slave trade, an Executive elected with no term limits, a ban on paper money, vast Presidential pardon powers, an ineffective and nearly impossible to complete impeachment process and more. What would have happened if skeptical Maryland delegate Luther Martin had not left Philadelphia early, who had much different views on these issues?
“It's up to us to fully self-actualize, and one of the greatest ways to do that is to be engaged in social justice action.” Dr. Marcia Ledford Now more than ever, a wider and deeper understanding of the church's role in social and political life is needed. Many church leaders continue to work towards providing important platforms from which people can deal with political, social and economic matters, as well as the relations between the state and wider society. Our guest today, Rev. Dr. Marcia Ledford, has been working towards greater social justice by empowering people to act on social injustices faced by different groups. The Rev. Dr. Marcia Ledford's ministry is in Southwest Detroit's Latinx population—an international port with an aggressive regional ICE director. Dr. Ledford is a civil rights attorney representing society's most marginalized. An Episcopal priest, she holds a Master of Divinity from the Church Divinity School of the Pacific. She earned her Doctor of Ministry in political theology from Pacific School of Religion. Dr. Ledford founded Political Theology Matters, LLC, to help the faithful develop public theology mission and broadcast messaging for greater social justice. She is trained for community organizing through the Industrial Areas Foundation and volunteers with Michigan United. PTM is a for profit company but is also an altruistic or philanthropic enterprise. Dr. Ledford want to inspire people to do good--to shock their potential for justice. She believes that she needs to make a living ethically and via positive contributions to society. Engaging in political theology, speaking faithfully in public, for social justice, represents the culmination of her life's work and experiences. She is passionate about achieving greater social justice in American society. Her message's foundation in progressive Christian theology intersects with the US Constitution, especially the First Amendment. She brings humor, poignant stories, and inspiration in her conversations. She sparks dynamic, vital conversations about the most important issues of our time--protecting civil rights and our beloved constitution and democracy. In today's episode, our guest will talk about her journey towards advocating for social injustices. She will also elaborate more about spiritual resistance and what it entails. Social media handles: http://www.politicaltheologymatters.com/ https://www.facebook.com/politicaltheologymatters https://linkedin/marcialedford https://www.instagram.com/docledford https://www.twitter.com/docledford I write, speak, teach and preach to help people get better equipped to be faith based advocates in the public square for social justice. [3:32] Political theology is taking your faith formation and using that as a basis for calling out injustice and demanding greater equality across our social spectrum. [3:49] My mission came to be after my being absolutely appalled at what our archaic immigration laws are doing to Latino families in southwest Detroit. [4:43] We want to be sure and get our demands in with respect to pathways to citizenship. [5:45] Spanish, like the romance languages are all inflected, meaning that nouns can have a gender assigned to them. [6:51] The practice has been adapted to start saying Latin x, which is neutral, and is intended to include everybody. [7:07] This has been an ongoing effort to be more inclusive when terms from this inflected language are used. [7:30] When I was coming of age in the late 70s and early 80s, I came out as a lesbian. [10:09] I had been very involved in my church growing up and so I had a really difficult coming out process, at least, with my own personal struggle. [10:20] I felt like I had to choose between my faith and being who I was and this is very true even today. [10:44] I had to navigate the society as a lesbian which means that I couldn't access some things. [11:14] I recognize that my white privilege affords me certain benefits and give me opportunities that I wouldn't ordinarily have as a person of color. [11:56] I still was a second class citizen in many of the fundamental ways that we regard being an American. [12:14] Over time, I became more sensitive to the call to ministry that I had experienced from when I was a teenager. [12:32] I wasn't seeing women and I certainly wasn't seeing lesbians up at the pulpit in the altar but I finally agreed to go do this and be ordained and asked for help from the holy spirit. [12:44] I became ordained in the Episcopal Church, where I serve the Latin x community. [13:06] It was a combination of my love of the gospel, and my experience as a civil rights attorney, that really fueled this mission. [13:16] Even though I don't know exactly what it's like to be a person of color, I decided that if we didn't do anything about the ills, it wasn't going to stop. [14:06] I think sometimes people think that when a law is made that it's carved into stone. [15:35] Our Congress has the power to change those laws, and if they won't change them, then we need to put people in there who will. [16:27] The fact that all these voter suppression bills are pending throughout the country is an indicator that elected people know that they are in danger of being voted out for not doing the will of the people. [17:18] What I advocate for is the First Amendment which gives us a place to go where everybody can talk and not have to worry about slandering the crown. [19:03] I wanted to create a place for us to work stuff out and that means that our best chance of doing that is when as many voices come together as possible to say their piece. [19:52] By talking about it, we identify the problems and the issues, and we try to work out a solution that serves the majority of the people. [20:12] Once people realize that they can do it, then we have to instill confidence and provide tools and resources to get people basically off their doffs and go advocate for justice. [20:47] Commercial break. [21:17] The immigration issues affect our country on a national basis and so if immigration is something that you want to work on, you certainly can. [23:32] I really believe in what's called the spirituality of resistance. [23:48] Things bother us, but we feel like they are such big complex problems and I don't really know what to do about it. [24:01] We're all human beings and have a human connection to one another and therefore we got to have everybody. [24:29] The spirituality of resistance involves two things which are digging deep into yourself to determine what issues really bothers you, and finding a group that works on these issues to work with them. [25:23] It is one of the most empowering things I have ever experienced in my life, which is why I work with Michigan united. [26:19] If you feel like your representatives in the Congress are not doing what you want them to do, then you need to be in touch. [28:09] There's lots of ways to be involved even if you're super busy and feels overwhelming. [29:14] One of the mottos I try to live by is we don't get a dress rehearsal and it's up to us to fully self-actualize, and one of the greatest ways to do that is to be engaged in social justice action. [30:27] …………………..….. TopDog Learning Group, LLC is a leadership, change management, and diversity and inclusion consulting firm based in Orlando, FL, USA but with “TopDoggers” (aka consultants) throughout North America and beyond. 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In May of 1787, delegates from 12 states met in Philadelphia and and began debating what would become the US Constitution. They published the document the following September and we've been arguing about it ever since. As President & CEO of the The National Constitution Center, Jeffrey Rosen is responsible for fulfilling the center's mission to “disseminate information about the United States Constitution on a non-partisan basis in order to increase the awareness and understanding of the Constitution among the American people.” In this episode, Jeffrey joins Bob & Ben for a discussion about the Constitution, the vital ways that amendments have changed the federal government, and how rulings by past courts may impact upcoming Supreme Court decisions. We also talk about how the NCC has worked to fulfill its congressional mandate, the exciting resources available through the Center, and the important role that non-partisan resources play in a democracy. Jeffrey Rosen is also professor at The George Washington Law School, Contributing Editor at The Atlantic, and author of multiple books on US legal and political history including Conversations with RBG: Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Life, Love, Liberty and Law (Henry Holt & Co., 2019) and William Howard Taft (Times Books, 2018). You can follow him on twitter at @RosenJeffrey. Highlighted Resources from the National Constitution Center-The Interactive Constitution (also available as an app in the apple and android app stores) -We The People with Jeffrey Rosen podcast (available anywhere you get The Road to Now) -Educational Video Series If you're in Philadelphia, you can visit the National Constitution Center, which is located just steps from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. Click here to plan your visit! This episode was edited by Gary Fletcher.
The Broken Constitution is a miniseries by Unknown History from Quick and Dirty Tips and Pushkin Industries. Over three bonus episodes, Noah Feldman talks about how Abraham Lincoln needed to break the Constitution in order to remake it. In this first episode, Noah explains why the US Constitution was built on a compromise that Lincoln devoted himself to preserving. Noah's book, The Broken Constitution: Lincoln, Slavery, and the Refounding of America, is out November 2 wherever books are sold. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
In this episode, Linda interviews Raynard Jackson, a Pulitzer Prize nominated columnist, business leader, radio talk show host, TV commentator, and political, government affairs, and PR consultant. Raynard is also the Founder and Chairman of Black Americans for a Better Future, an organization created to empower and encourage Black entrepreneurs to be involved in the Conservative movement and to potentially run for elected office. Building a better future for all involves protecting life, supporting and defending the nuclear family, firmly upholding the policies and values of our US Constitution, and creating a society where faith, opportunity, freedom, and prosperity can flourish for all people, regardless of their skin color. America is not as divided as the media would like us to believe, and by focusing on understanding each other and the values that unite us, we will create a better future for all. © Copyright 2021, Prosperity 101, LLC -------------------------------- For information and resources visit: https://prosperity101.com Or click here to order a copy of Prosperity 101 – Job Security Through Business Prosperity by Linda J. Hansen. If you enjoy this podcast, please consider becoming a sponsor. Contact us today!
Support our work: https://www.patrickcoffin.media/donate Follow us on our new platforms: Telegram: https://t.me/patrickcoffinmedia Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/realpatrickcoffin/ BitChute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/1NpgZJSoZaLJ/ Gab: https://gab.com/PatrickCoffin Aaron Kheriaty is about the opposite of the Casting Central stereotype of a sue-happy culture warrior. On the contrary, the Notre Dame/Georgetown-trained professor of psychiatry is the picture of calm, articulate communication. As a teaching psychiatrist also in clinical practice, the author of The Catholic Guide to Depression exudes compassion and respect for suffering people. When his employer, the University of California Irvine, imposed the Covid vaccine on staff and faculty and refused to give Kheriaty an exception—because he already had Covid and hence already enjoyed the more powerful natural immunity—his options ran down to zero quickly. So he sued UCI. This is a landmark case for several important reasons having nothing to do with Covid-19. IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL LEARN:
In 1776, the US declared independence. Eleven years later, in 1787, delegates from 12 states (we're looking at YOU Rhode Island) got together in Philadelphia and wrote the Constitution. In between those triumphant moments, there was the Articles of Confederation, that “firm league of friendship” that most Americans probably know as something they had to memorize for a history test. HOWEVER The Articles of Confederation, while certainly not a highlight of the American experiment, explain a lot about the American Revolution, the ideas that defined the founding generation, and the ways those ideas changed in the first years of independence. In fact, you can't really understand the US Constitution unless you understand the Articles and why they failed. THEREFORE In this episode, Bob and Ben speak with Greg Jackson about this very topic. Greg is Assistant Professor of Integrated Studies at Utah Valley University and host of the podcast History That Doesn't Suck. We hope you enjoy our conversation on the Articles of Confederation! AMENDED This episode also includes all-new material from Ben's appearance on Greg's podcast History That Doesn't Suck, in which Ben and Greg discuss the Gilded Age! You can find the full conversation in HTDS Episode #99, airing in full on October 11, 2021. (BTW there was no process for amending the Articles, which is just one of the many reasons they didn't last!) This is an expanded rebroadcast of RTN #128, which originally aired May 6, 2019). Want to support The Road to Now and get extra episodes and other content? Join us on Patreon! This episode was edited by Gary Fletcher.