Aired 3 months ago 2:12
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Joey Votto, Padres And Sonny Gray discussed on Ken Broo
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Juiced baseballs, Levine/Zaidman interviews, Keuchel/Kimbrel rumors (Ep. 5)
Josh Lewin and Jon Heyman dive into the juiced baseball craze around the game before dissecting the AL East (Rays, Yankees and Red Sox), AL Central (Royals, Twins and Indians), Bryce Harper's slow start amid Mike Trout's surging production, plus the NL Central (Reds, Cubs and Brewers). Later on, they chat with Twins general manager Thad Levine to discuss first-place Minnesota before bringing on Cubs radio pre and postgame host Zach Zaidman. They wrap it up with Heyman's latest inside info on free agents Matt Kemp, Dallas Keuchel, Craig Kimbrel and more.
Big Time Baseball
Aired 7 months ago 45:24
Tonight on the show the legality of Matt Whitaker as AG, Brian Kemp is the new governor of Georgia, incompetence out of Broward county Florida plus Trump's war on the press.
The Erick Erickson Show
Aired 3 months ago 92:19
Cohen Testimony & Just Mercy (with Bryan Stevenson)
Bryan Stevenson is a a civil rights attorney who represents prisoners on death row. Described as “America’s Nelson Mandela,” his Equal Justice Initiative, a non-profit law firm based in Alabama, is dedicated to challenging racial injustice and ending mass incarceration. Stevenson is also the author of the New York Times best-selling memoir Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption. REFERENCES AND SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIAL Q&AMichael Cohen’s prepared opening statement before the House Oversight CommitteeMichael Cohen’s testimony before the House Oversight CommitteeAn article from the Washington Post about Representative Matt Gaetz’s tweet and the Florida Bar’s investigation Rule 35 - Correcting or reducing a sentenceStevenson & EJIStevenson’s book, Just MercyThe movie adaptation of Just Mercy (2020)The Equal Justice InitiativeEJI’s The Legacy Museum: From Enslavement to Mass IncarcerationEJI’s The National Memorial for Peace and Justice (and efforts to create memorials in Berlin and South Africa)Supreme Court Brown v. Board of Education, 1954SCOTUS decisions concerning the death penalty: Furman v. Georgia (1972), Gregg v. Georgia (1976), McCleskey v. Kemp (1987)An article in the Washington Post on the McCleskey opinion and dissent (“fear of too much justice”)A 1994 paper by David Baldus and co. addressing to the “inevitability doctrine”SCOTUS decisions concerning life sentences without parole for juveniles: Graham v. Florida (2010), Miller v. Alabama (2010), Sullivan v. Florida (2010), Jackson v. Hobbes (2012)The SCOTUS decision that struck down the death penalty for juveniles: Roper v. Simmons, 2005 (and an article from the NYT analyzing the court opinion)The SCOTUS decision that struck down the death penalty for mentally ill folks: Atkins v. Virginia, 2002The SCOTUS decision that justified Japanese internment: Korematsu v. United States ,1944An article in the Washington Post on court nominees refusing to answer questions about Brown v. Board of EducationThe Scottsboro Boys case and the ultimate pardon of the wrongfully accusedCongressAn article from the Asia Society on the history of Asian exclusion actsHistory of The Klu Klux Klan ActConstitutional AmendmentsEighth AmendmentThirteenth AmendmentAlabamaAn article in the New Yorker about Alabama judges’ power to “override” jury rulings and impose the death penaltyArticles in Slate about Alabama’s Confederate Memorial Day and Robert E. Lee DayArticles in the Washington Post about Goodloe Sutton’s editorial calling for the return of the KKK and his subsequent resignation and replacement. Plus, Senator Jones and Representative Sewell’s reactions to SuttonJudicial electionsAn article by Adam Liptak in the NYT on judicial elections, and analysis from The Brennan Center on how judicial elections impact sentencingA 2012 article from the Yale Law Journal, “The Origins of the Elected Prosecutor”Recently elected District Attorneys in Philadelphia, Chicago, Brooklyn, BaltimoreRelevant newsAn article from the NYT about Virginia officials wearing blackface in the pastA timeline from the NYT on Jussie Smollett, plus an update on his role on the TV series, “Empire.” Do you have a question for Preet? Tweet it to @PreetBharara with the hashtag #askpreet, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 699-247-7338 and leave a voicemail.
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