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Best Death Penalty podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Death Penalty podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Anthropocene is the current geological age, in which human activity has profoundly shaped the planet and its biodiversity. On The Anthropocene Reviewed, #1 New York Times bestselling author John Green (The Fault in Our Stars, Turtles All the Way Down) reviews different facets of the human-centered planet on a five-star scale. WNYC Studios is a listener-supported producer of other leading podcasts including On the Media, Snap Judgment, Death, Sex & Money, Nancy and Here’s the Thing with A ...
 
In 1944, George Stinney Jr. became the youngest person ever executed in South Carolina at age 14. He was accused of bludgeoning two white girls to death and convicted by an all-white jury in a matter of minutes. Now, more than 70 years later, new evidence suggests someone else may have committed the murders. The Post and Courier explores this haunting tale that still plagues the small town of Alcolu.
 
Jury selection for the Timothy Jones Jr trial begins in Lexington County. Jones confessed to killing his five children in 2014 and is pleading not guilty by reason of insanity while prosecutors seek the death penalty. WACH FOX News and our Courtney King will be covering the trial and providing a podcast every few days on the trial's progress. Subscribe to the Timothy Jones Trial podcast on Apple Podcasts or Spotify or follow on WACH.com.
 
Justice in America, hosted by Josie Duffy Rice and Clint Smith, is a podcast for everyone interested in criminal justice reform— from those new to the system to experts who want to know more. Each episode we cover a new criminal justice issue. We explain how it works and look at its impact on people, particularly poor people and people of color. We’ll also interview activists, practitioners, experts, journalists, organizers, and others, to learn. By the end of the episode, you’ll walk away w ...
 
Mumia Abu-Jamal is an award-winning journalist who chronicles the human condition. He has been a resident of Pennsylvania's death row for twenty-five years. Writing from his solitary confinement cell his essays have reached a worldwide audience. His books "Live From Death Row", "Death Blossoms", "All Things Censored", "Faith of Our Fathers" and "We Want Freedom" have sold over 150,000 copies and been translated into nine languages. His 1982-murder trial and subsequent conviction have been th ...
 
America we have a problem. Our justice system is unjust. A few years ago I ran across a website called Surviving the System. It was about innocent prisoners and prison conditions. I decided to get involved and I started the site called The Injustice System. I have upset some people and have had my life threatened because of my fight but it will continue.
 
From HLN Original Series, a true crime podcast obsessed with cracking the forty year mystery of California's most prolific serial murderer - the Golden State Killer. Who is he? Where did he go? Why did he stop? And is he still alive? With evidence suggesting the latter, in 2016 the FBI reopened the case - making the investigation hotter than ever. Based on the HLN television series, the weekly podcast will examine the newest theories and FBI evidence with exclusive guests tied to the crimes ...
 
Beccaria's treatise On Crimes and Punishments, which condemns disproportionate and irrational penalties in general as well as torture and the death penalty, is said to mark the peak of Enlightenment in Milan. Its translations were widely read by statesmen and policy makers in Britain, America and France. This translation also features the anonymous commentary, attributed to Voltaire. - Summary by Carolin
 
Share Politics is our flagship politics show. Each Sunday evening between 6 and 8 pm, our man in Westminster Colin Bloom pulls in guests of the highest quality. Colin is Director of Outreach in the Conservative Party, works in Westminster and every Sunday nights he opens his contacts book to gets people with influence to talk the topics of the day. You get the opportunity to ask questions live. Expect to hear Nathalie Bennett discussing the relevance of the Greens, Jeremy Corbyn on his Labou ...
 
New Abolitionists Radio is an award-winning weekly radio broadcast and podcast that started in 2012 to bring awareness to legalized slavery and human trafficking in the United States preserved by the 13th Amendment of the US Constitution. This issue is often inadequately referred to as “mass incarceration”. Legalized slavery through prisons, jails and detention facilities and the mistreatment of those incarcerated in them constitute severe Human Rights violations per The Universal Declaratio ...
 
Snollygoster takes an in-depth look at politics in Ohio. Each week we dig into the top political stories in Columbus and Ohio and explore national stories that impact the state by talking with politicians, reporters and other news-makers. (In case you're wondering, a "snollygoster" is a shrewd and unprincipled politician.) Listen to Snollygoster on the WOSU Public Media mobile app, in iTunes, or wherever you get your podcasts.
 
The Appeal is a podcast, hosted by Adam Johnson, on criminal justice reform, abolition and everything in between. Each week we will feature fascinating interviews with those covering, working in, and most affected by the American criminal system; from lawyers to activists to reporters to the formerly incarcerated. The Appeal will unpack the latest efforts to shine a light on––and radically rethink––the largest prison state in the world.
 
Paul and Olivia are the premiere young sibling duo in conservative politics. Each week they break down the latest news out of Washington, the Trump administration, and across the country with a uniquely traditionalist and Catholic bent that is indebted to the broader Western tradition. They also regularly feature some of the most influential voices in politics, media, and academia. Come join us Tuesdays and Thursdays. Visit our website www.rightonpointpodcast.com to learn more!
 
Join host Dr. Liz Holifield for "411 Teen," a locally produced program, created with teen input for a teenage audience. Guests provide insights into topics that concern adolescents. Over the last twenty years, programs have enlightened young people on countless subjects such as college admission, eating disorders, sexually transmitted disease, career planning, civic associations focusing on young people, and politics, to name but a few. 411 Teen airs Sundays at 2:00 pm ET On 88.9 WFSU-FM.
 
We've known each other for years. We live 18 miles apart. And we never see each other. Life gets in the way when you grow up. It gets harder and harder to hold onto those close relationships that you really value. We decided to start this podcast for us. We wanted to have something that both records our insane relationship and serves as a marker to make sure we continue to value it.
 
In 1895, Oscar Wilde was sentenced to 2 years of hard labor for acts of ‘gross indecency’. During his time at Reading Gaol, he witnessed a rare hanging, and in the three years between his release and his untimely death in 1900, was inspired to write the following poem, a meditation on the death penalty and the importance of forgiveness, even for (and especially for) something as heinous as murdering one’s spouse; for even the murderer, Wilde argues, is human and suffers more so for being the ...
 
"Livin' it up in Lion City!" is a podcast about life in the sunny island of Singapore, where friends and I talk about our experiences and our takes on stuff happening on this little red dot. I'm a guy from India living in Singapore for close to a decade, and this podcast is an attempt at understanding Singapore outside of the old and tired narratives that it's "boring", "soul-less", "lacking culture" etc etc. While I generally disagree with such sentiments, I find that these opinions are wid ...
 
EU Now takes you beyond the international headlines to focus on a different facet of the European Union. We explore a wide range of topics such as counterterrorism and security, the economy, trade, public health, gender equality, history, culture and more. Tune in for interviews with commissioners, thought leaders, historians, activists, ambassadors, economists, Delegation staff and regular citizens. Each episode, we’ll explore not only the topic at hand, but also how it impacts the EU-US re ...
 
The SmartAlec Podcast is your regular update on Colorado politics. House Majority Leader Alec Garnett has teamed up with the Get More Smarter Podcast hosts, seasoned politicos Jason Bane of ColoradoPols.com and Ian Silverii of ProgressNow Colorado, to talk through the most newsworthy issues of the day. In a news cycle too often dominated by distant stories in Washington DC, The SmartAlec Podcast keeps you informed on the local Colorado issues that affect you the most. Check out the full epis ...
 
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Is the abolition of the death penalty in most western countries an unmitigated good? Craig Lerner, Professor of Law at George Mason’s Scalia Law School, discusses this question and the willingness of liberal societies to defend law and order. Richard Reinsch: Today we’re talking with Craig Lerner, Professor of Law at George Mason’s Antonin Scalia L…
 
While God requires a more lenient penalty for manslaughter, murderers should be executed. All who are guilty of murder deserve the death penalty. Those who accidentally kill someone should be spared the death penalty. Outside of Christ, God will bring the eternal death penalty upon all men. Inside Christ, you can be spared God's penalty of eternal …
 
On this episode of Justice in America, Josie Duffy Rice, and guest co-host Darnell Moore, focus on the death penalty. Capital punishment remains one of the cruelest aspects of America’s criminal legal system. In America, over 2500 people are currently on death row. Last year, 19 people were executed. Josie and Darnell explore the history of the dea…
 
Today we cover the escalation of the Chinese Coronavirus epidemic, after significant measures have been taken both within the US and abroad to quell the spread. We also release two additional interviews from our time at CPAC: a conversation with TPUSA founder Charlie Kirk and a debate about the death penalty with Hannah Cox, both guests making thei…
 
We close the book of Numbers with its last chapter with an interesting focus again on the daughters of Zelophehad as an inclusion bookend with chapter 27. What happens if they marry after getting their father's inheritance but to a husband of another tribe-- would their father's portion and legacy not would be lost forever-- Moses again gives a cas…
 
While the self-righteous priests and scribes should have known who Jesus is, rather, they indignantly question Him for receiving Messianic praise. And Jesus shrewdly uses Psalm 8-2 to expose them as God's enemies and silence them. And be encouraged that while Jesus rejects the pride of His educated enemies, He welcomes the loud Hosannas of humble c…
 
After a brief hiatus, I'm back with the Get More Smarter team to discuss how the Legislature is coping with COVID-19, including our Supreme Court interrogatory and the complications of holding a virtual session. Also, my recommendations for at-home fun: Tiger King and volcano building.By Rep. Alec Garnett (Majority Leader, Colorado House of Representatives)
 
In this episode of NL Hafta, Newslaundry’s Abhinandan Sekhri, Raman Kirpal, Manisha Pande, and Mehraj D Lone are joined by Dhanya Rajendran, editor-in-chief of The News Minute.Starting off with the Tablighi Jamaat controversy, Dhanya explains how the event had hundreds of participants from the southern states, but governments took a long time to ad…
 
This week, in Port Penn, Delaware, a woman's Sunday night out to pick up a sex tape from an ex-boyfriend, and skating at the local roller skating rink turns into a case of a missing person, then quickly becomes a murder investigation. What follows is a mess of lies, excuses, alliances, and court battles. And that's only the beginning, as yet anothe…
 
Olivia and Paul bring to you all of the updates regarding the Chinese Coronavirus pandemic, including the latest with regards to the Coronavirus Task Force, recent statistics, and Dr. Fauci’s newest prediction. We also have a discussion with the author of “Tucker for President” as well as the man of the week: My Pillow’s Mike Lindell! Finally, we i…
 
This track is the audio of the COVID-19 telephone town hall Rep. Herod and I hosted on Sunday, March 27th. Listeners submitted their questions to be answered live. We were joined by special guest Attorney General Phil Weiser, as well as local experts in health care, public heath and employment.By Rep. Alec Garnett (Majority Leader, Colorado House of Representatives)
 
Recent conversations with friends and observations around social media have highlighted the pervasive "otherness" of Chinese people in popular culture, during the COVID19 coronavirus crisis, and even outside of that. Rooted in history, propaganda and internet culture, I try to understand why people struggle to find Chinese people "relatable". Liziq…
 
On this episode of Justice Podcast, Josie Duffy Rice and guest co-host Donovan Ramsey look at the privatization of America’s criminal legal system. They go beyond just private prisons and look at all the ways the system has privatized corrections, including privatized probation, supervision, healthcare, and communications, and more. To discuss the …
 
What does conservative nationalism mean for American foreign policy, immigration, trade, and other international commitments? Colin Dueck, author of the new book, Age of Iron, discusses these questions in this edition of Liberty Law Talk. Richard Reinsch: Today we’re talking with Colin Dueck about his new book, Age of Iron: On Conservative National…
 
Yuval Levin returns to Liberty Law Talk to discuss his new book, A Time to Build. He makes the case for rebuilding the key institutions of American life, which have changed from frameworks that molded our character to platforms that allow us to project ourselves. Richard Reinsch: We’re talking with Yuval Levin about his new book, A Time To Build. I…
 
Richard Reinsch: Today we’re talking with Christopher Caldwell, about his new book, The Age of Entitlement: America Since the Sixties. Christopher Caldwell is the contributing editor to the Claremont Review of Books. He’s contributing opinion writer to the New York Times. Many of you will have read him in The Weekly Standard where he was senior edi…
 
Richard Reinsch: Welcome to Liberty Law Talk. Today we’re talking with long-time Law & Liberty contributor Graham McAleer about the natural law. He’s the author of a new book, called Erich Przywara and Postmodern Natural Law. We’ll talk about who that thinker is and also postmodern natural law in this discussion. Graham has contributed dozens of pi…
 
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