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Live at the National Constitution Center

National Constitution Center

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Live constitutional conversations and debates featuring leading historians, journalists, scholars, and public officials hosted at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia and across America. To watch National Constitution Center Town Halls live, check out our schedule of upcoming programs at constitutioncenter.org/townhall. Register through Zoom to ask your constitutional questions in the Q&A or watch live on YouTube at YouTube.com/ConstitutionCenter.
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Professor Akhil Reed Amar, Sterling Professor of Law and Political Science at Yale University and one of the nation's leading authorities on the Constitution, offers weekly in-depth discussions on the most urgent and fascinating constitutional issues of our day. He is joined by co-host Andy Lipka and guests drawn from other top experts including Bob Woodward, Nina Totenberg, Neal Katyal, Lawrence Lessig, Michael Gerhardt, and many more.
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The Constitution Unit

The Constitution Unit

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The Constitution Unit conducts timely, rigorous, independent research into constitutional change and the reform of political institutions. Our research has significant real-world impact, informing policy-makers engaged in such changes - both in the United Kingdom and around the world. On this channel, you will find the audio recordings of the Constitution Unit's past events.
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The Camp Constitution Report is sponsored by Camp Constitution, a charitable trust, that runs a week long family camp, a YouTube Channel, a publishing arm, a speaker's bureau, hosts the Sam Blumenfeld Archives, and engages in year round outreach activity. Our website is http//www.campconstitution.net. Donations are always welcomed and can be made via our PayPal account accessed from our website's homepage.
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Consider the Constitution

The Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution

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Consider the Constitution is a podcast from the Robert H. Smith Center for the Constitution at James Madison's Montpelier. The show provides insight into constitutional issues that directly affect every American. Hosted by Dr. Katie Crawford Lackey the podcast features interviews with constitutional scholars, policy and subject matter experts, heritage professionals, and legal practitioners.
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The Constitution Commandos

Chris Williams and Patrick Williams

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Welcome to The Constitution Commandos! We are a dedicated team committed to shining a light on the circumstances, events, and individuals that pose a threat to the sanctity of America’s Constitution. Our mission is to foster understanding, stimulate dialogue, and inspire action in defense of our nation’s foundational document. Each week, we delve into the pressing issues that challenge the Constitution’s principles. We explore historical precedents, dissect current events, and forecast poten ...
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Learn about American History, the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, & American holidays. Gain insights about our Founding First Principles (the rule of law, unalienable rights, the Social Compact, equality, limited government, and revolution); Founding Fathers (such as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams) and other great patriots (such as Martin Luther King Jr, Frederick Douglass, Susan B. Anthony, and Elizabeth Cady Stanton); key documents and speeches; and flags an ...
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Constitution Explained

Venezia, Deyanira, Christian

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The U.S. Constitution, explained by 3 middle school students Cover art photo provided by Anthony Garand on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@garand Please fill out this form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd5NGuzdx8LxzaSaMHNkGxO527E4wNGLcGJmi_1d63Chhbb8Q/viewform
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Embark on a journey through the corridors of justice, constitutional principles, and the intricacies of law enforcement with "The Rich Giardino Show." Hosted by Sheriff Rich Giardino, a revered figure in the legal realm, this podcast provides a compelling exploration of pressing issues at the crossroads of the Constitution, crime, and politics. Sheriff Giardino is the only person in New York State history to have been elected as a District Attorney, a Superior Court Judge and a Sheriff, givi ...
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Your Weekly Constitutional

Your Weekly Constitutional

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Produced in partnership with James Madison's Montpelier, Your Weekly Constitutional is a public radio show featuring lively discussion of controversial constitutional topics, from Gay Rights to Gun Rights. Find us on Facebook and iTunes!
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Constitutionally Sound

Constitutionally Sound

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Trying to keep up with the ever-changing debate over constitutional change? You’re not alone. Constitutionally Sound is here to bring you analysis of some of the major constitutional issues affecting politics today. Join our host, Allan Little, as he engages our impartial experts in discussions of Brexit, Scottish independence, devolution, and much more. Find out what’s going on, and what to expect next, in the world of constitutional politics.
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The constitution sisters

Tania Ocegueda

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Our podcast includes information about 3 amendments 14,19,21 and all you need to know about them! We will also debate on them to !! Cover art photo provided by thr3 eyes on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@thr3eyes
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Constitutional

The Washington Post

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With the writing of the Constitution in 1787, the framers set out a young nation’s highest ideals. And ever since, we’ve been fighting over it — what is in it and what was left out. At the heart of these arguments is the story of America. As a follow-up to the popular Washington Post podcast “Presidential,” reporter Lillian Cunningham returns with this series exploring the Constitution and the people who framed and reframed it — revolutionaries, abolitionists, suffragists, teetotalers, prote ...
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The Black Constitution

Collins Pettaway, III

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Welcome to The Black Constitution. Where politics resides with pop culture vibes! Hosted by Collins P. Season 2 is now streaming with new episodes dropping every other week! Be sure to tune in wherever you listen to your podcasts.
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Constitutional Comments

Independence Institute

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This podcast includes several series of commentaries about the Constitution. Each series will cover a different aspect of the document. This series thumbnails the lives of 14 American Founders and their specific contributions to the Constitution. It covers both well-known Founders, such as James Madison, and those who are lesser known, but who exercised an out-sized influence.
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Constitutional Conventions

Yale Law School Federalist Society

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Constitutional Conventions is the official podcast of the Yale Federalist Society. Hosts Jonathan Feld and Zack Austin are joined by leading lawyers, jurists, and intellectuals to discuss pressing issues in law, jurisprudence, and public policy. Constitutional Conventions gives you a taste of the exciting programming hosted by Yale Law School's Federalist Society. New episodes are released every Thursday morning.
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The Constitutional Conservative

The Constitutional Conservative

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• Hosted by a Conservative Iraq War Vet who is committed to truth & isn't afraid to call out the media, DC establishment & swamp rat Republicans. I strongly support the Constitution & America's founding principles.- Covering Politics | Current Events
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My Online Radio Program moved to AM Radio August 6, 2011. Since then, we've been on KCAA 1050 AM, and now we are on KMET 1490-AM on Saturdays at 1:00 pm (Constitution Radio with Douglas V. Gibbs). Old episodes of Political Pistachio Radio and Constitution Study Radio can be found here. Learn more about Douglas V. Gibbs at www.douglasvgibbs.com or www.politicalpistachio.com
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This podcast dives deep into the forgotten roots of America, where Biblical principles once formed the bedrock of our nation.It emphasizes how the Bible's unwavering guidance can provide stability for our morals, culture, and civic behavior.The podcast talks about how these principles are being silenced in modern American culture and calls for a return to the values that shaped the nation's foundation.The podcast highlights the importance of the Ten Commandments as a source of unchanging sta ...
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Current Issues and The Constitution

Professor Woody Wilson & Felice Gerwitz

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American history award winning professor teaches homeschool students about current issues with an eye to the US Constitution. Moderated by Felice Gerwitz and taught by Professor Robert Woodrow Wilson. Airs every other week on Wednesday at 1 PM ET – live – catch the archives.
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Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah), a life-long student of the U.S. Constitution, walks listeners through the first Article of the Constitution and reflects on its meaning in a unique and engaging podcast series. The Constitution Line by Line is brought to you by Free the People in collaboration with The Federalist Society. The video version of this podcast is available on YouTube @freethepeople.
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In 'The Constitutional' Alex Sloan goes for a walk around the beautiful Australian National University campus with one of the great legal scholars from the ANU College of Law. Along the way they talk about issues that go to the heart of freedom, equality and community. From constitutional recognition to access to justice, take a walk with us and learn something along the way. W: soundcloud.com/theconstitutional
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Join us for a compelling episode of "The Rich Giardino Show" as we delve into the critical issues facing law enforcement today. In Episode 9, host Rich Giardino sits down with Timothy Dymond, President of the 1100-member union representing Senior Investigators and Investigators within the Bureau of Criminal Investigation of the New York State Polic…
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The Court’s opinion in the presidential immunity case Trump v. US, has sunk in. On reflection it is even worse that on first impression, and that is saying something. But just to condemn the opinion is not enough. Professor Amar distills the Court’s argument to its essence and explains why it completely collapses under any kind of rigorous scrutiny…
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International and national security law experts Harold Hongju Koh of Yale Law School, Deborah Pearlstein of Princeton University, and Matthew Waxman of Columbia Law School join for a conversation to explore Trump v, United States and the updated edition of Koh’s landmark book, The National Security Constitution in the Twenty-First Century. Jeffrey …
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When does a rifle become a machine gun? That is the question asked in the Supreme Court case Garland v. Cargill. When the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives suddenly decided to redefine bump stocks as machine guns, many Americans simply complied. However, when Michael Cargill surrendered his bump stocks to the ATF, he did so under…
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[00:00] I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, And to the Republic for which it stands, One nation, under God, indivisible, With liberty and justice for all. [00:15] Good morning, fellow patriots! Welcome to13 of 3. Today we strike up a conversation about Debate Expectations and Political Speculations. Don't forget to sign…
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This July 4th, 2024 episode explores the history between "democracy" and "republic" in America's government. George Washington University Assistant Professor Dr. Casey Burgat discusses how these concepts were understood at the Constitutional Convention in 1787 and how they complement each other. Recorded at James Madison's Montpelier, the conversat…
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The composition and role of the House of Lords are subject to frequent question. Since the last major change by a Labour government in 1999, proposals for further reform have ranged from wholesale change – e.g. creating an elected second chamber of the nations and regions – to smaller alterations to change the appointments system or to limit the ch…
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Topics covered: Learn the importance of understanding the Declaration of Independence. Learn why the Second Continental Congress decided to have a Declaration of Independence and how a committee of five of Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, Roger Sherman and Robert Livingston were chosen to draft it. Explore why John Adams insisted th…
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Join us for a lecture by Congresswoman Liz Cheney (R-WY) on the future of American democracy. Congresswoman Liz Cheney serves as Wyoming’s lone member of Congress in the U.S. House of Representatives. She was first elected in 2016 on a platform of restoring America’s strength and power in the world, and pursuing conservative solutions to create job…
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Michael P. Zuckert is the Nancy R. Dreux Professor of Political Science, Emeritus, at the University of Notre Dame.Abraham Lincoln is often hailed as America's greatest president, yet subject to waves of criticism that have evolved over decades. We explore the intricate dynamics of Lincoln's presidency, focusing on his statecraft during the Civil W…
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Summary In this episode, Pastor Earl Wallace discusses the powerful lessons found in the book of Nehemiah, encouraging listeners to read its 13 chapters. Nehemiah, whose name means "The Lord is comforted," served as cupbearer to the king, akin to a chief of staff and adviser. Living as an exiled Jew, Nehemiah enjoyed security, wealth, and comfort b…
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Senator Tim Scott has represented South Carolina in the United States Senate since 2013. After growing up mired in poverty in a single parent household, he strives to change lives through a message of hope and opportunity.Join us in an inspiring journey as we uncover the profound influence of family values, history, and politics on personal growth …
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Episode Summary In this episode, Pastor Earl Wallace explores the contrast between the teachings of wisdom from a biblical perspective and eastern philosophies. He explains how worldly views often portray wisdom as mystical, hidden, and hard to comprehend, as evidenced by a quotation he shares from a Buddhist yoga practitioner and blogger. On the o…
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Summary In this episode, Pastor Earl Wallace addresses the dangers of governments suppressing Christianity and emphasizes the importance of recognizing the true intent behind the First Amendment of the US Constitution. Pastor Wallace argues that the Founding Fathers intended for biblical Christianity, referred to as "religion," to guide the activit…
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Join us for a captivating episode of "The Rich Giardino Show," where the Constitution, crime, and politics intersect. In this special Independence Day edition, host Rich Giardino sits down with Peter Betz, Curator of the K.R. Dorn Regional History Collection at FMCC Library, State University of New York. In this episode, Rich and Peter delve into t…
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Summary In this episode, Pastor Earl Wallace explores the dangers of political factionalism and the importance of unity through Christ. He begins by highlighting the biblical solution to human division as found in Galatians 3:28 and Colossians 3:11, which emphasize that in Christ, all are one regardless of race, social status, or gender. Pastor Wal…
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In an exhausting week, the Court released a number of long-awaited cases, and we had a consequential presidential debate. We look at several cases that many believe have profound implications for the administrative state; the opinions in SEC v. Jarkesy, and Loper Bright v. Raimondo clearly have the effect of increasing the role of courts and juries…
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Historical Catholic teaching is that the church as well as the state is a potestas – a sovereign legal authority with the right to legislate and to enforce its legislation punitively. What conception of legal authority does this require? Thomas Pink visits the University of Notre Dame from King's College London to discuss.In his talk, Thomas Pink e…
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Political theorist William B. Allen, editor and translator of a new edition of Montesquieu’s The Spirit of the Laws, and Alison LaCroix, author of The Interbellum Constitution: Union, Commerce, and Slavery in the Age of Federalisms, explored the intellectual foundations—from Montesquieu and beyond—of the U.S. constitutional vision and core values f…
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Things looked bleak for the colonies in 1776. The question of freedom had life and death consequences. Those 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence knew they were committing treason against their king. They knew that freedom would cost them greatly. Yet they still pledged to each other their lives, fortunes, and sacred honor. Today, grou…
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The role of courts and judges has been controversial in recent years, with criticism of both domestic judges and the European Court of Human Rights. Several government bills have raised difficult questions about the respective roles of government, parliament, and the courts. Has the rule of law been undermined by recent trends in policymaking or po…
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[00:00] I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, And to the Republic for which it stands, One nation, under God, indivisible, With liberty and justice for all. [00:15] Good morning, fellow patriots! Welcome to12 of 3. Today we strike up a conversation about Voting Concerns and The Biden Paradox. Don't forget to sign up for o…
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We recently held a public meeting in Purley and we were joined by Matthew Lesh, the Director of Public Policy & Communications at the Institute of Economic Affairs. IEA Blog: https://insider.iea.org.uk/ Get in touch: Twitter: @CroydonConst Email: croydonconstitutionalists@gmail.com Facebook: facebook/CroydonConstitutionalists http://croydonconstitu…
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The Associated Press wants to support local news. CBS News is testing out a new way to ruin your attention span. And Hollywood crews need more attention. YouTube wants AI music deals with major labels Associated Press is launching a non-profit group for local news CBS News has a new format for a 24/7 news world A new deal with IATSE could help more…
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The last two decades have seen major changes in the structure of sub-national government within England, with the gradual devolution of powers to a range of new mayors and combined authorities. How should this patchwork of devolution be built upon? Should structures be more consistent across the country? Should further powers be devolved, and – if …
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Join us for episode #7 of "The Rich Giardino Show," where Rich Giardino dives into the latest political landscape with veteran pollster and strategic consultant John McLaughlin. With over 35 years of experience, John McLaughlin has earned a reputation for helping America's most successful corporations and winning some of the toughest elections in t…
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The 2019–24 parliament has been dogged by complaints of low standards of conduct by our politicians. Rishi Sunak has committed to upholding the ideals of ‘integrity, professionalism, and accountability’, while Labour has promised to overhaul how standards are regulated in government and parliament. What are the priorities in this area for a new gov…
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As the end of the term approaches the deluge of major cases has begun. Two big cases - the eagerly awaited sequel to the Bruen case - Rahimi - features an orgy of originalist theorizing and opining. Meanwhile, in Moore v. US - a case where Professor Amar and his team had an amicus brief - the tax power was upheld, but reading the opinion one might …
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In celebration of Juneteenth, political commentator Eddie Glaude Jr. discusses his newest book, We Are the Leaders We Have Been Looking For that explores how ordinary people, through the examples of leading Black Americans Martin Luther King Jr., Malcolm X, and Ella Baker, have the capacity to achieve a more just and perfect democracy. Thomas Donne…
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Alexandra DeSanctis Marr '16 is a staff writer for National Review and a visiting fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center. She co-authored Tearing Us Apart: How Abortion Harms Everything and Solves Nothing (2022) with Ryan T. Anderson.Alexandra discusses the broader implications of abortion on both individuals and society at large, emphasizin…
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Outline: 1. Introduction: · Exploring the roots that bear the righteous fruits of America's liberties. · Key Bible verse: Matthew 7:15-20 about recognizing true and false prophets by their fruits. 2. Government and Moral Decay: · Questioning if current government policies bear good fruit. · Example: Controversy over men using women's bathrooms and …
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Probably the most powerful instinct as a parent is to protect our children. Parents work hard, sacrifice, and sometimes risk their own lives to protect their children. Most parents believe the government is there to help them protect their children, but is that true? Take, for example, the case of Parents Protecting Our Children UA v. Eau Claire Ar…
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Outline: Introduction: Relationship between the Greatest Commandment, the Great Commission, and the Church Unity Movement. Key Bible verses: Mark 12:30-31, Matthew 28:18-20. The Greatest Commandment: Loving God most and then loving man. Encouraging others to become disciples of Christ for eternal life. The Great Commission: Making disciples for Chr…
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Game streaming comes to the Apple App Store while TV streaming hits new highs. Resident Alien coming back and changing networks The first App Store game streaming service has arrived Streaming hits new records in usage for May 2024 Disney is a big spender for streaming ads ————————————————— Get social! Website Youtube Twitter Facebook Instagram Tik…
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Episode Summary: It's time to get out of our Christian comfort zones because complacency gets us nowhere. Sinfulness abounds all around us, and our freedom of conscience is under threat. Our government is turning on us, and tolerance of sin is expected from those of us who choose to walk the path of righteousness with God. In today's culture, God i…
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Welcome to Episode #6 of The Rich Giardino Show: Where the Constitution, Crime, and Politics Intersect. In this episode, we are honored to have Lawshawn Hawkins, founder of "I Can Breathe and I Will Speak Inc.," as our special guest. Join host Rich Giardino and Lawshawn as they dive deep into the important topic of how to protest the right way. In …
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In this episode of Consider the Constitution, recorded close to the 2024 Juneteenth federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery, host Dr. Katie Crawford-Lackey interviews Dr. DeAnza Cook about the Reconstruction Amendments (13th, 14th, and 15th) and their impact on the American justice system. Dr. Cook explains how the 13th Amendment abolished…
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Akhil is in Boston this week and reminds us that the history of the American Revolution, where Boston is so pivotal, contains myriad lessons that provide insight into the student protests of today - so we look at this subject in some detail. Meanwhile, the Court issued opinions in two prominent cases, and Akhil seems to be reluctant to take “yes” f…
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Episode Summary: In this enlightening episode, Pastor Earl Wallace explores Jesus’ greatest commandment: to love the Lord your God with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength, and to love your neighbor as yourself. He reflects on Proverbs 23:7, which states, "For as he thinks within himself, so he is." Pastor Earl challenges us to consider whethe…
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Political analyst Yuval Levin, author of American Covenant: How the Constitution Unified Our Nation—and Could Again, and scholar Aziz Rana, author of The Constitutional Bind: How Americans Came to Idolize a Document That Fails Them, discuss the Constitution as America’s religion and its role in fostering the American dream. Rosen, president and CEO…
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Late May in the United States is usually a time of cook-outs and remembrance as we memorialize those who gave their lives in service to this country. 2024 however, should be remember for another death, the death of courts of justice. First it was the International Criminal Court. Prosecutor court Karim Khan sought arrest warrants for the leader of …
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Topics covered: Under the Articles of Confederation, the Congress could not levy taxes directly, which was perceived as a great weakness to the federal government. Instead, it had a system of requisitions from the States, and this led to a most precarious financial and fiscal position for the United States, while also endangering the country with f…
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