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Free Speech Union's Podcast

Free Speech Union

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The official podcast of the Free Speech Union. Focused on protecting and promoting freedom of expression in New Zealand, the Free Speech Union Podcast hosts interviews with international and local guests discussing the importance of free speech in a free and open society.www.fsu.nz
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FREE SPEECH ON FIRE

JARON LINES TRUTH SEEKERS UNITE

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LOVES GOOD, HATES EVIL! EXPOSES DECEPTION, BRINGS THE LIGHT! TRUTH IS WATER TO MY SOUL WHICH I FREELY GIVE SEEK WISDOM, STAND FOR TRUTH JOIN ON BITCHUTE & TELEGRAM https://www.bitchute.com/channel/9A8bQ8tGHCGH/ https://t.me/FreeSpeechOnFireChannel
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The Free Speech Bubble

Free Speech Bubble

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Gen-Z Conservative with his take on the world today, with short episodes that will give you updates on all that you need to know about the week's news! Merch: https://teespring.com/stores/the-free-speech-bubble?page=1 Follow on Instagram: @freespeechbubble Website: https://adamwcoy.wixsite.com/freespeechbubble
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This Week in Free Speech is your weekly deep dive into the most cutting-edge global developments affecting the most important of human rights: freedom of expression. Each week your host Jacob Mchangama invites a guest with particular relevance or expertise to discuss a hot topic with global relevance for free speech, whether online or offline. Jacob Mchangama is the executive director of the Future of Free Speech Project, research professor at Vanderbilt University author of the critically a ...
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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 ...
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Free Speech Debate

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Free Speech Debate (http://freespeechdebate.com/) is a global, multilingual website for the discussion of free speech in the age of mass migration and the internet. Ten draft principles for global free speech are laid out, together with explanations and case studies - all for debate. Prominent figures from diverse cultures, faiths and political tendencies are interviewed and asked to comment through video, audio and text. Individual users from across the world are strongly encouraged to take ...
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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 am re orienting towards a discussion of podcasting technology,audio technology,and my personal experience as I buy and test new technology as well as more general technology topics.
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Ntoto Media is offering Free Audiobooks and Motivational Speeches! We are the driving force to help you reach goals through action. Helping you to develop the skills to grow mentally, spiritually and physical in the greatest version of yourself. Ntoto Media seeks to increase your disciple and work productivity.
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Marvelous Nerd Sh!t It seems as soon as the Marvel Cinematic Universe(MCU) started releasing projects for its phase 4, there was a growing narrative of anti- , misogyny, racism, and phobias downplaying these projects. Recently, those conversations have found their way to the new X-Men 97 series. Join the hosts of Brunch, Blaze & Babble, Roger Turne…
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It is said that censorship is the strongest drive in human nature — with sex being a weak second. But what happens when these two primordial drives clash? Does censorship or sex win out? Nadine Strossen is a professor emerita at New York Law School, a former president of the ACLU, and a senior fellow at FIRE. She is also the author of “Defending Po…
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Listen to Jonathan Rauch’s talk, “Why Free Speech is the Only Safe Space for Minorities,” which he delivered to our audience in Christchurch. It is a powerful talk about the dire need for free speech in the fight for equality. “Minorities are always better off in a society that protects hate speech than in a society that protects us from hate speec…
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I am so excited to share my conversation with Jesse Rifkin, the author of This Must Be The Place: Music, Community, and Vanished Spaces in New York City and owner of Walk on the Wild Side Tours NYC. Jesse and I discussed his book writing process, the current state of NYC music scenes, and how music spaces are vital to the city.…
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Examining The Gap In 2023, Quinta Brunson seemed to do the impossible by being the first Black woman to win the Emmy for Best Actress in a Comedy series since Isabella Sanford for the Jeffersons in 1981. Join the hosts of Brunch, Blaze & Babble, Roger Turner and Alexus Bertrand as they discuss the 42 year gap between Brunson and Sanford and the inc…
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The Beyonce of It All Coming off the tsunami level tidal wave of Renaissance, Cowboy Carter has us holding on tight for a bucking wild ride. Join Brunch Blaze & Babble hosts Roger Turner and Alexus Bertrand as they discuss all the things Beyoncé, Cowboy Carter, Country Music and this album's impact on the future.…
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Did 26 words from an American law passed in 1996 create the internet? Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act says that interactive websites and applications cannot be held legally liable for the content posted on their sites by their users. Without the law, it’s likely Facebook, Amazon, Reddit, Yelp, and X wouldn’t exist — at least not in th…
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The trombonist Jim Staley traces his path from playing in a Vietnam-era Army band and as an orchestral musician; through encounters with influential mentors and techniques; and musical awakenings that led to a career as a master improviser and Director of Roulette, the New York City concert series. With musical appearances by John Zorn, Ikue Mori, …
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Examining The Gap Quinta Brunson seemed to do the impossible by winning the Emmy for Best Actress in a Comedy Series. The last Black Woman to do this was Isabella Sanford for the Jeffersons...42 years ago. We decided to take a look at all the other incredible black actresses who have either lost or been snubbed across those 45 years.…
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Nerd Sh!t It seems as soon as the MCU started releasing projects for its phase 4, there was a growing narrative of anti-wokeness, misogyny, racism, and phobias downplaying these projects. Recently, those conversations have found their way to the X-Men. We are here to discuss the hypocrisy of it all and make it clear what the Children of the Atom ac…
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Welcome to the Power in the Pen Writers Workshop podcast, where writing, culture and healing meet. Featured in this episode, the powerful voices of Cathie Wright Lewis, Caroline, Ladetta, Hyacinth and Chante. We also discuss the vital role of adult literacy in our lives and communities.द्वारा Chante Graham
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Eric Heinze is a Professor of Law and Humanities at the School of Law Queen Mary, University of London. He is also the author of “The Most Human Right: Why Free Speech is Everything”. Eric joins Jonathan Ayling for a discussion on free speech, academic freedom and democracy. You can purchase Eric’s book here https://www.amazon.com/dp/0262547244/ Fo…
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The First Amendment forbids government censorship. Private institutions, on the other hand, are generally free to restrict speech. How should we think about private censorship and its role within a liberal society? On today’s episode, we’re joined by J.P. Messina, an assistant professor in the philosophy department at Purdue University and the auth…
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Did It Pass The Rewatch? We have tons of great childhood memories from the movies that we adored. The question now is: Should we still adore them?! We take a look at 10 our favorite films and see if they Passed The Rewatch. We take 3 tests that challenge Hollywood to make movies be more inclusive. We like to call the BBB Test.…
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Host Kim Singleton discusses the 1976 classic film "Car Wash" with digital ideation & visual artist Inez Brown. "Car Wash" takes a comedic look at a day in the life of employees of a car wash. The ensemble cast includes Ivan Dixon, Bill Duke, Franklin Ajaye, Antonio Fargas, Tracy Reed, Ren Woods, Leon Pinkney, Garrett Morris, Richard Pryor and the …
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Our next stop on the podcast is a great conversation with Chris Murch who you may know online as Nigel Roxbury. Amassing 125k followers on TikTok, Chris is best known for his recommendation and history videos. On this episode, we discuss our mutual love for the city and life itself, the museums we want to create, and more. Follow Chris (@nigelroxbu…
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Former Judge Dr. David Harvey and Netsafe CEO Brent Carey discuss the DIA's abandoned proposal for online censorship. The Free Speech Union celebrates the decision by the Department of Internal Affairs to abandon proposals to further regulate online speech. It is increasingly clear Kiwis have no interest in our would-be-censors’ obsession with tryi…
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Host Kim Singleton discusses the Hip-Hop theater production "Syncing Ink" with creator NSangou Njikam and cast member McKenzie Frye. "Syncing Ink" will run at the Apollo's Victoria Theater in the summer of 2024.द्वारा Kimberly Singleton
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On May 1, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Antisemitism Awareness Act by a vote of 320 to 91. Proponents of the law say it is necessary to address anti-Semitic discrimination on college campuses. Opponents argue it threatens free speech. Who’s right? Kenneth Stern was the lead drafter of the definition of anti-Semitism used in the act. …
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The cellist/composer/improviser in commentary with excerpts from several performances at Roulette: his own Transfer 01 and Metahaven projects; collaborative works with guitarist Wendy Eisenberg, drummer Ryan Sawyer, vocalist Charmaine Lee, violist Joanna Mattrey; and yuniya edi kwon's Sun Han Guild. St. Louis has also worked with Jaimie branch, Isa…
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Host Nico Perrino joins his FIRE colleagues Will Creeley and Alex Morey to answer questions about the recent campus unrest and its First Amendment implications. Timestamps 0:00 Introduction 0:41 What is FIRE?/campus unrest 5:44 What are the basic First Amendment principles for campus protest? 11:30 Student encampments 18:09 Exceptions to the First …
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As a result of lobbying and threats of protest and boycott, Victoria University has postponed the panel discussion that was set to be hosted on 29 April. Jonathan Ayling and Dr. Michael Johnson, from the New Zealand Initiative, were two of the panellists in this discussion; it seems that their presence was the reason for the delay. Jonathan and Mic…
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In America, hate speech is generally protected by the First Amendment. But should it be? Today’s guest is out with a new book, “Hate Speech is Not Free: The Case Against First Amendment Protection.” W. Wat Hopkins is emeritus professor of communication at Virginia Tech, where he taught communication law and cyberspace law. Transcript of Interview: …
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There's an old saying which is now scientifically proven: "One drop of Black blood, means you're Black!." Listen to Andrea J. Fulton, Founder of the Fulton Arts Foundation (ABCfulton.org), as she explores the history and themes of that adage, through her play called "ONE DROP", being co-presented as dinner-theater at the John Wesley United Methodis…
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Welcome to Episode 2 of the Power in the Pen podcast. Celebrate National Poetry Month with us a we honor great poets who have inspired our crafts. Listen and you will be enlightened and encouraged by members Lenora, Gail, Chante, Chrissy and founder ED Cathie-Wright Lewis as they recite their original poetry and discuss the spirit that compels them…
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In late 2013, some of us at FIRE started noticing a change on college campuses. Students, who were previously the strongest constituency for free speech on campus, were turning against free speech. They began appealing to administrators more frequently for protection from different speakers and using the language of trauma and safety to justify cen…
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Wow a brand new podcast! On our first stop along my journey to interview every cool person in New York City, I chat with fashion designer, social media star, and friend Alejandro Fortunes aka dyebones. While his 1.5 million TikTok followers know him for his zany storytimes, Alejandro is also a full-time clothing designer through his brand Good Fort…
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Bassist, composer, and improviser Brandon Lopez in solo, duo, and ensemble works recorded at Roulette alongside the artist's commentary on technique, process, influences, and the unexpected. With appearances by collaborators Steve Baczkowski (sax), gabby fluke-mogul and Marina Kifferstein (violins), Nate Wooley (trumpet), Michael Foster (sax), Ben …
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“I have never seen a Supreme Court term that is as consequential as this one is going to be,” said FIRE Chief Counsel Bob Corn-Revere, previewing this term’s First Amendment cases. On today’s show, we analyze the oral arguments in four of those cases: NRA v. Vullo, Murthy v. Missouri (formerly Missouri v. Biden), Moody v. NetChoice, LLC, and NetCho…
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There is a recurring debate in the free speech community regarding whether money is speech. Bitcoin-focused entrepreneur, writer, and philosopher Robert Breedlove joins us today to help resolve the debate. Describing money as “the language of human action,” Robert makes the case that money, like the cryptocurrency Bitcoin, is information and should…
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Rich Dad Poor Dad: Book by Robert Kiyosaki https://patron.podbean.com/ntotomedia Hello friends, fans, and fellow dream-chasers! We are Ntoto Media, your go-to source for invigorating motivational speeches and enthralling audiobooks, designed to inspire, educate, and empower our amazing community of listeners. Steered by passion and a commitment to …
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Essentialism: Greg McKeown https://patron.podbean.com/ntotomedia Hello friends, fans, and fellow dream-chasers! We are Ntoto Media, your go-to source for invigorating motivational speeches and enthralling audiobooks, designed to inspire, educate, and empower our amazing community of listeners. Steered by passion and a commitment to personal growth,…
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The Obstacle Is The Way: Ryan Holiday https://patron.podbean.com/ntotomedia Hello friends, fans, and fellow dream-chasers! We are Ntoto Media, your go-to source for invigorating motivational speeches and enthralling audiobooks, designed to inspire, educate, and empower our amazing community of listeners. Steered by passion and a commitment to perso…
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On today’s episode, we discuss Alexei Navalny’s death, Vladimir Putin, censorship in Russia, and Samizdat Online, an anti-censorship platform that grants users living under authoritarian regimes access to news and other censored content. Yevgeny “Genia” Simkin is the co-founder of Samizdat Online and Stanislav “Stas” Kucher is its chief content off…
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The Automatic Millionaire: David Bach (Free Complete Audiobook) https://patron.podbean.com/ntotomedia Hello friends, fans, and fellow dream-chasers! We are Ntoto Media, your go-to source for invigorating motivational speeches and enthralling audiobooks, designed to inspire, educate, and empower our amazing community of listeners. Steered by passion…
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Eat That Frog: Brian Tracy https://patron.podbean.com/ntotomedia Hello friends, fans, and fellow dream-chasers! We are Ntoto Media, your go-to source for invigorating motivational speeches and enthralling audiobooks, designed to inspire, educate, and empower our amazing community of listeners. Steered by passion and a commitment to personal growth,…
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Super Human Mind (Free Complete Audiobook) https://patron.podbean.com/ntotomedia Hello friends, fans, and fellow dream-chasers! We are Ntoto Media, your go-to source for invigorating motivational speeches and enthralling audiobooks, designed to inspire, educate, and empower our amazing community of listeners. Steered by passion and a commitment to …
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Don't Believe Everything You Think: Joseph Nguyen (Free Complete Audiobook) https://patron.podbean.com/ntotomedia Hello friends, fans, and fellow dream-chasers! We are Ntoto Media, your go-to source for invigorating motivational speeches and enthralling audiobooks, designed to inspire, educate, and empower our amazing community of listeners. Steere…
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The Body Keeps the Score: Bessel van der Kolk (Part 2 of 2 Complete Free Audiobook) https://patron.podbean.com/ntotomedia Hello friends, fans, and fellow dream-chasers! We are Ntoto Media, your go-to source for invigorating motivational speeches and enthralling audiobooks, designed to inspire, educate, and empower our amazing community of listeners…
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The Body Keeps the Score: Bessel van der Kolk (Part 1 of 2 Complete Free Audiobook) https://patron.podbean.com/ntotomedia Hello friends, fans, and fellow dream-chasers! We are Ntoto Media, your go-to source for invigorating motivational speeches and enthralling audiobooks, designed to inspire, educate, and empower our amazing community of listeners…
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Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life - Héctor García & Francesc Miralles https://patron.podbean.com/ntotomedia Hello friends, fans, and fellow dream-chasers! We are Ntoto Media, your go-to source for invigorating motivational speeches and enthralling audiobooks, designed to inspire, educate, and empower our amazing community of list…
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Man's Search for Meaning: Viktor E. Frankl (Free Complete Audiobook) https://patron.podbean.com/ntotomedia Hello friends, fans, and fellow dream-chasers! We are Ntoto Media, your go-to source for invigorating motivational speeches and enthralling audiobooks, designed to inspire, educate, and empower our amazing community of listeners. Steered by pa…
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Introduction by founder of Power in the Pen founder Cathie Wright-Lewis. We will talk about the Creation of Power in the Pen workshop in its ninth year of existence and enjoy two powerful readings. This is a unique, cathartic, safe space for writers of poetry and prose to share their stories, hone their writing and oratory skills and receive guidan…
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Mastery: Robert Greene (Full Free Audiobook) https://patron.podbean.com/ntotomedia Hello friends, fans, and fellow dream-chasers! We are Ntoto Media, your go-to source for invigorating motivational speeches and enthralling audiobooks, designed to inspire, educate, and empower our amazing community of listeners. Steered by passion and a commitment t…
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The composer Ches Smith in a collection of excerpts from performances at Roulette featuring Smith on drums, percussion, vibraphone, drum machine, and electronics. The artist provides background on his wide-ranging band projects including a Haitian ceremonial project with drummer Daniel Brevil plus ensembles with Bill Frisell, guitar; Craig Taborn, …
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The Alchemist - Paulo Coelho (Full Free Audiobook) https://patron.podbean.com/ntotomedia Hello friends, fans, and fellow dream-chasers! We are Ntoto Media, your go-to source for invigorating motivational speeches and enthralling audiobooks, designed to inspire, educate, and empower our amazing community of listeners. Steered by passion and a commit…
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On today’s free speech news roundup, we discuss the recent NetChoice oral argument, Taylor Swift, doxxing, October 7 fallout on campus, and Satan in Iowa. Joining us on the show are Alex Morey, FIRE director of Campus Rights Advocacy; Aaron Terr, director of Public Advocacy; and Ronnie London, our general counsel. Timestamps 0:00 Introduction 0:44 …
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