Barry Weingast, professor of political science at Stanford University and senior fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution, talks with EconTalk host Russ Roberts about the nature of law. Weingast takes issue with some of the standard views of law, and proposes a better way to understand law. Show More Summary
The IGN AU crew talk Guardians of the Galaxy, The Expendabros, Heroes of the Storm and the insistent nipples of The Little Mermaid's dad.
The Overthinkers tackle the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie with Megan Fox and Will Arnett. Episode 319: The Things You Liked Actually Were Awesome originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]
LISTEN HERE: By Mark Green Ron Reagan and Ron Christie discuss clashing portrayals of Ronald Reagan -- Perlstein's smart, shrewd charmer (The Invisible Bridge) and Cannon's under-informed racantour (Reagan: The Role of a Lifetime). Consensus: he was a shrewd fabulist. Show More Summary
(Artwork for Summa Technologiae’s Bulgarian edition) You already know we are devout followers of Polish thinker and sci-fi writer Stanislaw ?em. Besides writing Solaris, which inspired A. Tarkovski into the collaboration with E. Artemiev...Show More Summary
Review is like app or game coverage but for movie series, television shows, comic books, and other geeky entertainment. It's great stuff you can watch and enjoy on your iPhone, iPad, or Apple TV! On this week's episode Don, Matt, Guy, and Rene were born ready to talk John Carpenter's Big Trouble in Little China. Show More Summary
Dang Me A lot has been said over the past few years about the 'deep melancholy' of Chips Moman and his 827 Thomas Street Band. As the guys who seemed to cut Dark End of The Street and Everyday I Have To Cry Some on everybody who walked in the door, I suppose that's true to a certain extent, but there is another side (literally) to the story... Show More Summary
The week in cloud: Government agencies are moving to cloud under the federal cloud-first initiative, but the pace is slooooow. So what else is new? Despite “cloud-first” impetus, government cloud adoption is still creeping along originally published by Gigaom, © copyright 2014. Continue reading….
Bill keeps his internet bio kinda cagey so we don’t get to know too much about him through it. His Facebook page labels him as Brooklyn and Nashville. If you believe that his songs are somewhat autobiographical then Bill has had some pretty crappy girlfriends (Too Late To Take It All Back) and he moved [...]
This Sunday Elder Music column was launched in December of 2008. By May of the following year, one commenter, Peter Tibbles, had added so much knowledge and value to my poor attempts at musical presentations that I asked him to...
We did the show an hour earlier today, but this was so we could have music two weeks in a row! This time around it's just Mom Brain and me hanging out, doing our thing. I know we both had fun, so I hope you enjoy the show as well! Download the show here (thanks MoldyClay!)
By Daniel Burke and Ashley Fantz, CNN (CNN) – It wasn’t as if God’s voice boomed through sun-parted clouds, telling Kent Brantly to move his family to Liberia. Still, the young doctor said, the call was clear. It echoed through the congregation where he was raised, Southeastern Christian Church in Indianapolis. Standing before the church […]
Radio D is Dtoid's official community-focused podcast! Join Aaron "Mxy" Yost (Forums Admin), ConorElsea.com (US Community Manager), Kyle MacGregor (Contributor), Mr Andy Dixon (when he shows up) and maybe, possibly Beccy Caine (whenShow More Summary
A mental illness affects everything from your thoughts to your behavior to your relationships. It may sap your energy, mood and sleep. It may distort your beliefs about yourself and sink your self-esteem. It may feel like your days are regularly filled with a series of obstacles. Navigating life with a mental illness is tough […]
The news from New York has been rather dire these last few weeks, cher public; La Cieca is the first to admit that.
Today on the show, how a bankrupt city is dealing with the most basic of problems — how to get people to pay their bills.
Rick Rosner is my unfathomably weird and wonderful high school friend. I knew he was smart, but it turns out he is the second smartest person in the world, according to a bunch of IQ testing he's taken. He is so unusual that Errol Morris made a documentary about him. Read the rest
By Benjamin Yount | Watchdog Radio Missouri voters have taken a brave step. The Show Me state has told the NSA, and local police, that their cell phones and emails deserve the same protections as everything else covered by the 4th Amendment. Plus we talk about campaign finance in Florida, the impact of the end...
This week was kind of a blur for me with so much cool stuff happening between Bioshock getting announced, desperately trying to beat the Military Quarter in Hearthstone, Dragon Quest IV launching, and so much more. We manage to distill all this amazement into one hour of podcast. Or, try to, anyway. Don't forget to