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Law Enforcement Unconventional is a joint tactical forum combining law enforcement and special operations units discussing unconventional tools, tactics and training to assist law enforcement. Our show is hosted by a veteran United States Army Special Forces 18 Delta and a real life Shield Maiden who is also a federal law enforcement instructor.
 
Meghan Murphy and guests embrace authenticity, and have real, honest discussions about culture, politics, relationships, internet wars, the media social justice, cancel culture, and more. Conversations outside the algorithm. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-same-drugs/support
 
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Kalhoon Bay

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Kalhoon Bay

Brennan Bassett, Casey Bassett

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Kalhoon Bay is an audio crime thriller set in a city stricken by years of corruption and crime. Follow the thoughts, words, and actions of two men in a classic noir tale of justice and revenge. Featuring the voice talents of brothers Casey and Brennan Bassett and the music of Joel Fausto and the Illusion Orchestra.
 
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Thin Blue Training

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Thin Blue Training

Martin Holloway: Law Enforcement Officer and Trainer

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Thin Blue Training is a weekly show devoted to finding and exploring law enforcement training. Each week we feature law enforcement trainers, exceptional law enforcement officers and even innovators in the realm of public safety gear. Find your next class at thinbluetraining.com and get behind the scenes here on the Thin Blue Training podcast, where it’s all about outcomes.
 
We are two fun and hilarious criminologist sisters who have lived a "life of crime". Our father is a 30 year police veteran who didn't shield us from the ugliness in the world. This led us to passion, education and distinct career choices in "all things CRIME. Join us as we drink a bit of wine and explore all of the "Ologies", Sociology, criminology and our absolute favorite, PSYCHOLOGY of crime, the criminal and those who devote their lives to solving crime and healing the damage that crime ...
 
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The Big Steal

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The Big Steal

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The story of the biggest theft in history: the resources of the biggest country in the world, Russia, by its own government. It’s the story of two men. One a rising star in business and the head of Yukos - a huge oil company: Mikhail Khodorkovsky. The other a former KGB officer who rose through the ranks to become President of Russia: Vladimir Putin. With very different ideals, the two were destined to clash, and there could only be one winner. Vladimir Putin put Khodorkovsky in jail for ten ...
 
Series 2 is all about inspiring people, and Roberto speaks with some of the most influential people in the world of performance. The idea is to share a little inspiration during these tough times. Find out what inspired our guests, how they overcome life's challenges and failures to become well-respected in their fields. Their journeys are fascinating in many ways; from lowly and humble beginnings, tough and challenging environments, and they all honestly share their experiences, sharing som ...
 
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Kamala Harris made history when she became the first woman and the first woman of color to serve as vice president. But in an often thankless job, and tasked with a portfolio of politically thorny issues, her first year in office was a mixed bag. Also, a pollster who has spent more than two decades speaking with young people explains what motivates…
 
The court ruled that the former president cannot block the release of 800 pages of his records to the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 insurrection. The panel also asked Ivanka Trump, Trump's daughter and a former presidential adviser, to testify, and a request for former Vice President Mike Pence could be on the way, signaling that the inv…
 
In a press conference to mark one year in office, the president touted his administration's progress combating COVID, while conceding he'll likely need to break up his signature legislation to get it through the Senate. He also threatened major sanctions on Russia if it invades Ukraine, but drew criticism for adding that consequences would depend o…
 
Senate Democrats are bringing new voting rights bills to the floor this week. There's just one problem: They don't have the votes. That could have consequences for the 2022 midterms, and it's setting up a public showdown about the future of the filibuster. This episode: White House correspondent Ayesha Rascoe, congressional correspondent Kelsey Sne…
 
The Biden administration laid out his main priorities as the president took office: tackling the pandemic, responding to the climate crisis, addressing racial inequality, and rejuvenating the economy. Over the past few weeks, the NPR Politics Podcast checked in on whether those goals being met. Today we look at racial equity. The Biden administrati…
 
The Supreme Court has struck down the Biden administration's vaccine-or-test rule for businesses with more than 100 employees, but allowed a separate mandate for health care workers to stand. Also, Democrats' push to pass voting rights legislation is unraveling, as moderates in the Senate resist any changes to filibuster rules. This episode: White …
 
The idea of another American Civil War might seem outlandish. But as the country diversifies, it's grown more polarized. Today, Americans can't even agree on who won the 2020 election or whether masks prevent the spread of COVID. Researchers say it's not out of the question for these political tensions to boil over. This episode: White House corres…
 
In an interview with NPR, former President Donald Trump made it clear that he hasn't moved on from his 2020 election loss, and it's causing a rift within the Republican Party. Trump maintains his false claims that the election was stolen from him, and while most Republicans have fallen in line, some desperately want to move on. This episode: White …
 
In a fiery speech in Atlanta Tuesday, President Biden urged the Senate to change filibuster rules in order to pass new voting rights protections. But Senate Democrats are divided on filibuster changes, and voting rights advocates say fiery remarks are not enough in the wake of laws passed in 19 states that restrict ballot access. This episode: Whit…
 
Democrats have two major pieces of unfinished business on their to-do list. They'll try, again, to reach a compromise on President Biden's signature Build Back Better bill, and they say passing voting rights legislation is also a top priority. But they don't have the votes right now to do either. This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith…
 
Christopher Ferguson is a professor of psychology at Stetson University and the author of, "How Madness Shaped History: An Eccentric Array of Maniacal Rulers, Raving Narcissists, and Psychotic Visionaries." In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with him about mental illness, personality disorders, and "madness," and how these have all shaped histor…
 
The justices are considering whether the federal mandates governing private employers and healthcare staff are constitutional. And Republicans who back Trump's election lies are running for election administration offices across the country. This episode: politics correspondent Juana Summers, labor correspondent Andrea Hsu, senior political editor …
 
In a speech from the Capitol one year after the building was attacked, President Biden warned that the United States could become a nation that "accepts political violence as a norm" and allows "partisan election officials to overturn the legally expressed will of the people" if Donald Trump's supporters in the Republican party continue to bolster …
 
As the president and his team promise more tests are coming, the omicron variant continues to drive cases to new records. While the latest wave is putting a smaller share of people into the hospital, the sheer number of infections is straining the healthcare system. This episode: demographics and culture correspondent Danielle Kurtzleben, White Hou…
 
Chief Tom Manger says that he is dealing with low morale and high turnover as the force attempts to reinvent itself in the wake of last year's attack on the Capitol. There were more than 9000 threats against members of Congress last year. This episode: demographics and culture correspondent Danielle Kurtzleben, congressional reporter Claudia Grisal…
 
The sentiment is felt most acutely by Republicans, two-thirds of whom wrongly believe that "voter fraud helped Joe Biden win the 2020 election." That's according to a new NPR/Ipsos poll out Monday. A majority of Republicans and Democrats alike reject political violence, while more than 1 in 5 respondents say violence is sometimes justified to prote…
 
Miles Parks, Juana Summers, and Ayesha Rascoe are joined by Stephen Thompson of NPR Music to discuss their favorite political music of the year. Connect: Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.org Join the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group. Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter. Find and support your local public radio station.…
 
Miles Parks, Kelsey Snell, and Barbara Sprunt are joined by Aisha Harris of NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour podcast to discuss the year in political television. Connect: Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.org Join the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group. Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter. Find and support your local public radio station.…
 
Whitney Phillips, assistant professor at Syracuse University, talks to NPR's Miles Parks about conspiracy, disinformation, and what it would take to improve civic literacy and rebuild trust in institutions in the United States. This episode: voting and disinformation reporter Miles Parks Connect: Email the show at nprpolitics@npr.org Join the NPR P…
 
In the latest NPR Politics Book Club, Danielle Kurtzleben talks with journalist Sasha Issenberg whose book The Engagement chronicles the path of marriage equality from a fringe issue to one of the nation's central civil rights fights. His book explores the complex ways that money and disagreements among activists shape political movements in the Un…
 
In this episode, Meghan Murphy speaks with Naama Kates, producer and host of the Incel podcast, which delves deep into the world of the mostly young men who identify as "involuntary celibates." These men have been blamed for misogyny and mass shootings in the media and by feminists, but are they truly dangerous and hateful? Or just depressed and lo…
 
Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said officials knew there would be a surge from the Omicron variant since early data became available from South Africa. Despite that, COVID-19 tests have been incredibly hard to come by as cases continue to rise. This episode: voting and disinformation reporter Miles Pa…
 
Meghan Murphy speaks with Bridget Phetasy about women, sex, addiction, relationships, and more! Bridget is an American comedian, writer, and host of Walk-Ins Welcome. Find her on Twitter @BridgetPhetasy This conversation originally aired live on YouTube on December 7, 2021. To gain early access to select episodes and Patreon-only content please sig…
 
Huma Abedin has worked for Hillary Clinton for a quarter-century. In a new book, Both/And, she discusses being a prominent Muslim woman in American politics, intersecting personal and political crises, and whether the tumultuous final days of the 2016 presidential election distracted Democrats from important political lessons. She speaks with NPR's…
 
The Biden administration laid out his main priorities as the president took office: tackling the pandemic, responding to the climate crisis, addressing racial inequality, and rejuvenating the economy. Over the next few weeks, the NPR Politics Podcast will check in on whether those goals being met. President Biden's first legislative push was the Am…
 
The Biden administration laid out his main priorities as the president took office: tackling the pandemic, responding to the climate crisis, addressing racial inequality, and rejuvenating the economy. Over the next few weeks, the NPR Politics Podcast will check in on whether those goals being met. President Biden rejoined the Paris climate agreemen…
 
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