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On Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, comedian Andrew Doyle talks to people who don’t hold back - people who think it’s better to be honest about what you believe, so differences can be resolved. Today, saying the wrong thing can lose you your job, your friends and even get you in trouble with the law. Unsurprisingly, people are nervous of speaking their mind. They feel they have to self-censor, rather than say what they really think. Andrew’s getting the adults back in the room to chat frankl ...
 
Why have kings, emperors, and governments killed and imprisoned people to shut them up? And why have countless people risked death and imprisonment to express their beliefs? Jacob Mchangama guides you through the history of free speech from the trial of Socrates to the Great Firewall. Stay up to date with Clear and Present Danger on the show’s website at freespeechhistory.com
 
FREE SPEECH The world’s most uncensored podcast is hosted by “Godfather of hipsterdom” and Fox News regular Gavin McInnes. Whether he agrees with his guests or gets in an angry screaming match, McInnes always seems to draw out an unprecedented level of honesty which makes for a conversation that is always controversial and never boring. The point of this show is to counter political correctness and the war on fun going on in America today. Though every single episode seems to spark some sort ...
 
Radio Free MS is dedicated to the conservative grassroots movement and free speech. This is a group free zone. Everyone is welcome to participate including Republicans, Democrats, Independents, 912ers, Smart Girl Politics, Campaign for Liberty, Freedomworks, MS Tea Party groups, it doesn't matter. We are all united to take our country back from bad career politicians. We all want to keep America free and stop this march to socialism.
 
A podcast about what we learn when facts and dystopian fiction start to look the same. Join dystopian novelist Toby Ball, journalist Meg Heckman and assorted guests as they talk about authoritarianism, free speech, environmental decay and what it means to commit acts of resistance. Also: Power, privilege, freedom and – perhaps most importantly of all – hope.
 
Radio Free Gowanus was a pop-up radio station broadcasting during the Gowanus Open Studios, Oct. 18-19, 2014 and is now an occasional podcast. Preferring creative commons licensed material and shows produced by the station itself in collaboration with local Gowanus artists and residents, Radio Free Gowanus celebrates free culture, free speech, and the importance of community. RFG broadcasted on FM band and online for ~35 hours straight during the Gowanus Open Studios 2014. Many people stoppe ...
 
A regular (daily and weekly) podcast and radio show covering current events and personal development.Emotional Freedom Technique,Reiki,Letting Go and Visualisation are all techniques I use regularly. I see reiki and coaching clients in Newcastle upon Tyne and via Skype and Zoom. I also have a radio station setup at http://www.radioprojects.co.uk The podcast is growing quickly and I am very happy with the progress over the last two weeks.
 
Free World Theory — it’s the podcast you’re not supposed to listen to. The 30-minute pilot episode is a collage of amazing ideas. Step right up, ladies and gentlemen — fly in the cognitron, a futuristic ship built to navigate The American Dream, meet the cannibals who want to boil you in a pot in the swamps of Washington D.C., hear the great genius, Aldous Huxley, himself, author of Brave New World and The Doors of Perception demonstrate how you — yes, you — are under mind control… And a lot ...
 
The Free To Choose Media Podcast takes some of the greatest thinkers of the 20th Century and brings them right to your streaming device. Hear the ideas of Milton Friedman, along with several other Nobel Laureates, as they conduct speeches and hold conversations about the very freedoms we are still fighting for today. Come back each week to see why these truly are not just ideas for our time, but ideas for all time.
 
Every person has the same purpose: self-expression. The most effective way to express ourselves is through words. But according to the Stuttering Foundation, close to 80 million people worldwide stutter, about one percent of the population. In the United States, that's way over 3 million Americans who stutter. Anna Deeter is a speech educator licensed by the Speech Academie Etalon International By R.A.Snezhko nonprofit and the founder of Live Stutter Free. Deeter is NOT a speech pathologist. ...
 
Epic stories of Black people who fought for their liberty and transformed America after the Civil War. Using first-hand accounts from diaries, newspapers, speeches, and letters, this is a narrated docu-drama about the failures and successes of the Reconstruction era, told by those who made it happen.
 
Hey! I am a positive person who loves to talk about anything and everything. I talk about relationships, life situations, motivational speeches, etc. Enjoy! Follow me on Instagram(Jbsu18), Snapchat(Jbsu), and Twitter(@purrfectflute) My mom blog link is posted below if you want to check that out as well :P If you want to check out my conspiracy theory, check out www.collusionofpossibletruth.weebly.com If you would like an ad-free podcast, donate a little to ensure better quality episodes. Plu ...
 
In the Higher Ed Happy Hour, three well-known Washington, DC-based journalists and policy wonks -- Kevin Carey of New America, Andrew Kelly of the American Enterprise Institute, and Libby Nelson of Vox.com -- discuss the latest happenings in higher education policy, research, and popular culture. There are special guests, wonky digressions, and excursions into the shocking and absurd.
 
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Morris Ernst may be the most influential free speech lawyer you’ve never heard of. He was the longtime general counsel for the ACLU, helped found the National Lawyers Guild, and just about single-handedly whittled away at obscenity laws in the United States — even litigating the famous “Ulysses” case, which overturned a 13-year ban on James’ Joyce’…
 
Introducing the speech precepts, Bodhilila explains the Buddha's advice on how to communicate effectively. How do you decide when and how to speak, using criteria of helpfulness, truthfulness, and whether or not it is pleasant to hear? From the talk entitled The Buddha’s Speech given at West London Buddhist Centre, 2017. *** Subscribe to our Free B…
 
On this week's episode of Free Speech Nation the Podcast, Andrew is joined by former Conservative MP and Brexit Party MEP Ann Widdecombe to chat about her life in politics, her time on Strictly and what it's like having friends with different politics. For more GB News content, visit our website - www.gbnews.uk/ Download the GB News App to watch li…
 
Sahajatara gives an honest and enthusiastic exploration of the speech precepts. This talk is down-to-earth and with humour! This talk was given on a retreat for Mitras at Taraloka Retreat Centre, 2018 and is part of the series entitled Ethics: Resonating with Reality. *** Help keep FBA free for everyone! Become a supporter today. Subscribe to our D…
 
Don Byron: Weird WrinklesThe composer and clarinetist discusses his fascination, influences, and obstacles to film scoring and re-imagining20th Century classics, illustrated with excerpts including his projects ranging from Messiaen to Warner Bros. cartoonsand inspiration from Lalo Schifrin to Jean Michel Basquiat. (contains explicit language)https…
 
Ratnaprabha describes the qualities of mindfulness in a talk about the fifth precept, intoxication and mindfulness. Excerpted from the talk entitled The Fifth Precept given at the West London Buddhist Centre, 2013. *** Subscribe to our Free Buddhist Audio podcast - a full Dharma talk every week! Follow our blog for news and new Dharma FBA on Twitte…
 
The welfare state arises from the attempt to do good with other people’s money. Such attempts always fail because nobody spends someone else’s money as carefully as their own. Those spending the money use force to collect it and to ensure those receiving it use it for the ”right” purposes. Good intentions are corrupted by bad means. In today’s podc…
 
Marking the 50th anniversary of his own 'Going Forth' in India, Sangharakshita offers us his thoughts on the significance this adventure had for him and reflects on its relation to the Buddha's search for Truth - with particular regard to actions of body, speech, and mind. From the talk Reflections on Going Forth, 1997. *** Subscribe to our Free Bu…
 
FWT: Episode 11. Remember reading Alice in Wonderland? Remember the Mad Hatter’s tea party? Alice wantsed the other characters to be logical but she was in the world of anti-logic, so nothing made sense. That also describes the United Sates today. Where,In the land of the free, people are either censored or under surveillance. Where the economy has…
 
Here Candradasa explores the third precept and the Buddha's moral code generally and we get some sense of where we might look to find ways to work effectively with our strongest desires in ways that lessen attachment and help us see reality more clearly. From the talk entitled Sex and Morality, Going Beyond Puritanism given in Portsmouth, NH, Octob…
 
Vimalasara gives a thorough talk on the third precept, exploring some of the issues we all need to reflect on if we are to live life more fully with simplicity, contentment and stillness. Relevant to modern day living, this talk also signposts some of the issues that women and queer people have to contend with when reflecting on this precept. Talk …
 
In today’s podcast, social psychologist Roy Baumeister and psychologist of religion & spirituality Julie Exline discuss forgiveness. What is forgiveness? What are the costs and drawbacks of it? What are the positives? Dive into this deep discussion with Roy and Julie. Here is “The Dilemma of Forgiveness.” Listen now.…
 
On today’s episode of So to Speak: The Free Speech Podcast, we are joined by Stetson University Professor of Psychology Christopher J. Ferguson for a wide-ranging conversation about the psychology of censorship, the role of madness and eccentricity in shaping history, the effects of social media, the growing polarization and politicization of moder…
 
Drawing on sources from Russell Brand to Tenzin Palmo, Suryadarshini navigates the third precept. Covering sex, relationships, confessional writing, and social media, she offers suggestions for how to start a shift from attention and attachment into stillness, simplicity and contentment. From the talk entitled Sex and Social Media: From Attention a…
 
What’s in it for me? Our natural human tendency is to take, to grasp, to cling. If you can give though, there is hope, spiritually speaking. Generosity is an attitude of heart and of mind, an attitude of one’s whole being. Sangharakshita describes the altruistic aspect of the Bodhisattva and the reconciliation of the apparent antithesis between the…
 
Episode 10 Another Free World Theory Special Edition! In this episode, you can hear the segments that have been censored from social media platforms, one for “hate speech,” the other for so-called “criminal activity.” You’ll also meet James Clerk Maxwell, the scientist who founded the electronic age, Johannes Guttenberg, who founded the original in…
 
This week, Andrew is joined by author and womens rights acitivist Ayaan Hirsi Ali to talk about Muslim integration in the West, feminism and her new bookPrey: Immigration, Islam, and the Erosion of Women's Rights. For more GB News content, visit our website - www.gbnews.uk/ Download the GB News App to watch live wherever you are, catch up with all …
 
Buddhist generosity is ideally ongoing all the time, a simple application of our ethical principles - a flow of time, energy, money, and so on, in the direction of your heart-felt values. Giving is one of the key practices of a Buddhist, and one of the delights of the Spiritual Community. Ratnaghosha evokes how this is an area of activity that is c…
 
In today’s podcast, Milton Friedman is joined by other distinguished guests at the University of Chicago. They discuss some of the ideas presented in the documentary segment of “Anatomy of Crisis,” part of volume three of the ten-part public television series Free To Choose. Listen now.Par FreeToChooseNetwork
 
Danapriya explores how our inner world reflects to the outer world. How do we want to live in the world? How do our views impact our practice of generosity? Where do we direct the energies of craving and desire? Excerpted from the talk entitled Giving Is Enjoyable given at Croydon Buddhist Centre, 2015. *** Subscribe to our Free Buddhist Audio podc…
 
Comedians Tess Barker and Babs Gray, who you might know from Lady to Lady or the now legendary Britney’s Gram podcast, are here to bring you a brand new investigative series about Britney Spears' conservatorship and the court system that's allowed it to persist. After launching the #FreeBritney movement, they started to dig… And what they found out…
 
Dayapakshini explores the relevance of the First Precept to our lives with extracts from the Abhisanda sutta, especially that of freedom from oppression to limitless numbers of beings. Excerpted from the talk entitled The First Precept given at the Croydon Buddhist Centre, 2015. *** Subscribe to our Free Buddhist Audio podcast - a full Dharma talk …
 
In this episode of our “MPs in Depth” series, our Researcher Max Salmon interviews newbie ACT Party MP Karen Chhour to discuss the switch to working in parliament, why the Government isn’t walking its talk in regards to child poverty reduction, and the role of ACT in opposition. Support the show (http://www.taxpayers.org.nz/donate)…
 
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