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Welcome to Oh No, Ross and Carrie!, the show where we don’t just report on fringe science, spirituality, and claims of the paranormal, but take part ourselves. Follow us as we join religions, undergo alternative treatments, seek out the paranormal, and always find the humor in life’s biggest mysteries. We show up - so you don’t have to. Every month we share a new investigation, along with occasional bonus interviews and updates.
 
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A weekly show about politics and liberty, featuring conversations with top scholars, philosophers, historians, economists, and public policy experts. Hosted by Aaron Ross Powell and Trevor Burrus. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
An exciting new podcast by Marc Eliot Stein of Literary Kicks. Why is opera relevant today? This sometimes-lost art form hides a fascinating, vibrant world. In our first episode, we discuss whether Verdi's Otello is better than Shakespeare's Othello, whether Othello had PTSD, and what it means that Mozart's Le Nozze di Figaro is an Italian opera by a German Austrian and a Venetian Jew based on a French play that takes place in Spain. Welcome to the first episode of Lost Music: Exploring Lite ...
 
Comedian Chris Cubas and a revolving crew of funny and irreverent guests answer your burning real-life questions about sex, money, family, work and more. What should you wear on a first date with a crack addict? Should you start a flirtatious online relationship with your cousin? We tackle these topics and more on Bad Advice, the show where unqualified people give unsolicited opinions. Bad Advice is hosted by Chris Cubas, a stand up comedian based in Austin, TX. You might know Chris from mul ...
 
When law & order is the headline, what does it mean for us? Holding Court with Eboni K. Williams cross-examines news-making cases and famous faces to peer into the court of law. Each week attorney Eboni K. Williams and cultural observer Dustin Ross break down what’s on the docket in American justice and what’s not, with savvy legal analysis and commonsense commentary to provide teachable moments for us all to navigate a rigged system.Discussions in this podcast are for general information an ...
 
I study international cooperation, space law, and science in extreme locations, particularly Antarctica and Outer Space, at Sydney University's School of History and Philosophy of Science. In this podcast I talk about space with people who know their stuff. Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/space-junk-podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Sri Swami Satchidananda is one of the most respected spiritual teachers and Yoga masters in the world. He is the founder of Integral Yoga. He opened the Woodstock Festival in 1969 with his words of peace, which sparked a movement and influenced a generation. His approach to teaching Yoga was direct, practical, and simple. His delightful sense of humor reminds us that the purpose of spiritual life is joy. (c)2016 Integral Yoga Multimedia/Satchidananda Ashram-Yogaville, Inc.
 
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Mad as it sounds, sometimes it’s easier to tell the girl the truth. I’m like, ‘Honor burned down the caravan, Sorcha’ From The Irish Times, this is Ross O'Carroll-Kelly's weekly audio column, read by Paul Howard. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
It’s true that for the first time in 20 years, there is no US military presence in Afghanistan. But Sahar Khan suggests that the war is not really over. Throughout this episode they discuss what happened in Afghanistan over the last 2 decades and why the United States kept troops on the ground there longer than anticipated. See acast.com/privacy fo…
 
We think, we hope, we PRAY that after this episode of Holding Court y’all will get some sense and stop telling all your business in these social media streets! You already know, Eboni and Dustin have thoughts, feelings, and opinions about the Karen Civil, Jason Lee, Jessie Woo drama that erupted on Clubhouse over the weekend. But, their analysis is…
 
Strange things happen to parties that can win while getting fewer votes. For one thing, they’re driven to be more radical. Another is that a victorious party can still feel like a persecuted minority because they actually are the minority. And this phenomenon is running rampant in the United States. Andy Craig discusses how we can relieve pressure …
 
This episode is bittersweet as Eboni and Dustin remember the incredible Michael K. Williams and discuss what irks them about how police are handling the investigation around his death. E&D also bring y’all up to speed on the Black farmers in Mississippi saying “F*ck you, pay me! to the companies exploiting their hard labor; how the Justice Departme…
 
Jurors: You asked, so we've got answers! You remember how we covered Kelly Clarkson's divorce a few episodes back? Well, some of you wanted to understand why her prenuptial agreement was upheld and why others'... (*cough cough* like Dr. Dre's) take so long to be reviewed or are thrown out altogether. Well, in this #AskAuntieE segment, Eboni breaks …
 
Many people have developed some level of skepticism about mainstream news media. By not trusting the news your alternative is to conduct your own research on certain topics. However, no one is capable of researching every possible domain without somehow relying on someone else's interpretation of the issue at hand. Why don't people trust the news o…
 
In this episode from early May, we spoke with then-Senator, now recently named Lieutenant Governor Brian Benjamin about what he's doing to put an end to bad policing in New York City. The George Floyd Justice In Policing Act is toothless and wouldn’t have saved Mr. Floyd’s life. But there is another bill being presented in New York that could keep …
 
The Leaving Cert results are about to go online and Ross's family are gathered around the kitchen island to find out how he's done. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Corey DeAngelis comes on the podcast to breakdown the different components of school choice and how it has evolved in the last 2 decades. In summary, DeAngelis believes that families have the best information about what their children need when it comes to education. This isn't a debate about private vs. public schools, but rather a debate about wh…
 
Do we have a show for you this week. Eboni and Dustin are giving nothing less than their usual colorful commentary on everything from their secret weekend plans to the release of... DONDA. On the docket: We get into the landmark ruling that will allow parolees and those on probation to vote in North Carolina; why streetwear OG April Walker’s Walker…
 
John Pfaff describes how the pandemic lockdown helped push down many crimes, but last year saw an unprecedented spike in homicides nationwide, likely more than twice the largest previous one-year rise. The spike in homicides will surely alter the politics of reform, now and in the years ahead. Was there a COVID crime wave? Are shooting underreporte…
 
Jurors! We've got a special little nugget for you today. If you've ever wondered why people settle court cases or if you should settle yours, today Eboni breaks it all the way down in this quick #AskAuntieE segment. And contrary to popular belief, settling is NOT an admission of guilt. Please continue to slide in Eboni and Dustin's DMs, and tweet u…
 
It’s nothing new, we just have more data to prove it now: The Feds have intentionally and disproportionately targeted Black Lives Matter protesters and organizers in order to stop the Black liberation movement. This week Eboni and Dustin go all the way in analyzing the report and its similarities to Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination and t…
 
Michael Huemer spends the show addressing many controversial philosophical questions; How can we know about the world outside our minds? Is there a God? Do we have free will? Are there objective values? What distinguishes morally right from morally wrong actions? Why do people question the value of general philosophical knowledge? Why should people…
 
Ross goes on a date with Marianne the Irish teacher, beginning with Mass. This is the final of four excerpts from the latest Ross O'Carroll-Kelly book Normal Sheeple - out now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
As always, this episode runs the gamut of headlines: from American Idol alum Syesha Mercado’s beautiful babies being taken from her by the state; to Tory Lanez being BACK in the headlines for some f*ck sh*t; to Erica Mena just incriminating herself all up and through the courts and social media streets; to Tesla’s legacy of racism replete with N-wo…
 
On holidays in Kerry, Ross has a chance encounter with some locals and tries his hand at Gaelic football. The third of four exclusive excerpts from the new Ross O'Carroll-Kelly book Normal Sheeple. Normal Sheeple is out now. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.โดย The Irish Times
 
This week we're bringing you four exclusive excerpts from the latest Ross O'Carroll-Kelly book, Normal Sheeple, which is released on Wednesday 18th August. Today: Ross and Sorcha attend a dinner in honour of President Putin, who makes an unusual request. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week we're bringing you four exclusive excerpts from the latest Ross O'Carroll-Kelly book, Normal Sheeple, which is released on Wednesday 18th August. Today: Sorcha takes control of Samantha Power's visit to her alma-mater Mount Anville. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This week I spoke to David Knoff, who recently spent 537 days in Antarctica as the leader at Davis Station. David and his team did not know when they left Australia in late 2019, that the COVID-19 pandemic would change the world and leave them isolated longer than they had ever expected and force them to endure an extended stay without resupply and…
 
The reality is that when businesses respond to market prices and wages in ways that maximize share values they generally promote the welfare of a far larger number of stakeholders than when businesses discount the importance of share values in order to intentionally promote the welfare of stakeholders. Don Boudreaux joins the podcast to discuss the…
 
Please understand that we have nothing for Dr. Dre. He just keeps ending up in headlines and this week it’s because his daughter is living in her car. Eboni and Dustin strongly disagree on how the hip hop mogul should handle the situation - a conversation you’ll love. We’re also taking a good hard look at rapper Corey Miller and his hunger strike f…
 
As governments and tech platforms seek to address the concerns driving the “techlash,” Neil talks about the lessons that provide guidance on how to avoid the worst pitfalls that could adversely affect efforts to improve the human condition online. What is "legibility"? What concerns drive the “techlash” and what should platforms and governments do …
 
We know that Kelly Clarkson isn’t part of The Culture but just walk with us for a moment. Her recent divorce and the exorbitant amount of spousal and child support she’s been ordered to pay her ex are a cautionary tale for us all. Eboni and Dustin break down those payments and the reason marriage is so much more than romance. (Can you see a steady …
 
Daniel Shapiro examines how major welfare institutions, such as government-financed and -administered retirement pensions, national health insurance, and programs for the needy, actually work. Comparing them to compulsory private insurance and private charities, Shapiro argues that the dominant perspectives in political philosophy mistakenly think …
 
Just when you thought things couldn’t get any worse for Robert Kelly...they did. On this episode Eboni and Dustin get straight to the new allegations against the R&B singer ahead of his already turbulent upcoming trial. Eboni also gets really real about the almost $300k per month that Dr. Dre must begin paying his estranged wife and why he’s dumb t…
 
Clay Routledge and John Bitzan conducted a survey of college students to assess their perception of viewpoint diversity and campus freedom; human progress and beliefs about the future; and student attitudes toward entrepreneurship, capitalism and socialism, and how college is influencing their views. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
This week’s docket is giving variety with everything from breaking down Richard Sherman’s unfortunate arrest (and the actual definition of domestic violence); the facts about Britney Spears’s new lawyer; and the ways a Portland police department tampered with photo evidence and how it affected a Black man’s prison sentence. If you are interested in…
 
Season 3 kicks off with a visit from poet and professor Daniel Nester, librettist for "The Summer King" by Daniel Sonenberg and author of "God Save My Queen". We talk about slam poetry, karaoke and New York City's Bowery Poetry Club, and then attempt a deep dive into the operatic context of the classic rock song "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen, and wh…
 
Ross’ father is determined to make sure a birthday party takes place indoors in the Horseshoe Bar See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.โดย The Irish Times
 
There is much disagreement about what being a neoliberal actually means. It's generally believed to be a philosophical view that a society’s political and economic institutions should be robustly liberal and capitalist, but supplemented by a constitutionally limited democracy and a modest welfare state. But that certainly leaves room for much inter…
 
We’re back on the mic this week! Speaking of mics... Rachel Nichols’ mic was HOT and Eboni and Dustin have thoughts on her offensive take on Maria Taylor’s (well-deserved) rise at ESPN. We also tackle the hot water Tulane University’s School of Medicine it’s found itself in due to ‘concerns about widespread racism’, why Britney Spears’ lawyers are …
 
Jason Riley describes Thomas Sowell as one of the great social theorists of our age. In Sowell’s career, spanning more than a half century, he has written over thirty books, covering topics from economic history and social inequality to political theory, race, and culture. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Eboni and Dustin are getting some much-needed R&R this week but we aren't leaving you hanging. This episode is a short compilation of some of the headlines we've enjoyed covering this year that highlight the strides being made by and for Black people even in the face of opposition. Think of it as an extended Juneteenth celebration of Black resilien…
 
Kathryn Robison Hasani, PhD is a political scientist who is passionate about space and science communication. In addition to her doctorate and master's in Political Science from the University of Alabama, Kat also holds degrees in Anthropology, Near Eastern Studies, and American Studies from the University of Arizona and Youngstown State University…
 
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