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Why have kings, emperors, and governments killed and imprisoned people to shut them up? And why have countless people risked death and imprisonment to express their beliefs? Jacob Mchangama guides you through the history of free speech from the trial of Socrates to the Great Firewall. Stay up to date with Clear and Present Danger on the show’s website at freespeechhistory.com
 
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 ...
 
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 also have a radio station setup at http://www.radioprojects.co.uk The podcast is growing quickly and I am very happy with the progress over the last two weeks.
 
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On the latest episode of Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, Andrew Doyle is joined by evolutionary biologist and journalist Colin Wright. Andrew asks Colin about his views on the ongoing sex-gender debate as well as his Substack, Reality's Last Stand. Colin presents his case for why sex is NOT a spectrum as many now argue, and much much more... We ho…
 
On this week's episode of the Free Speech Union podcast, spokesperson Dane Giraud has a long-form discussion with social activist and lifetime 'Black Power' member Denis O'Reilly. Denis talks us through what led him to join the 'Black Power' and who the majority of members were in those early years. Denis discusses Prime Minister Rob Muldoon and wh…
 
“Every advance gay people have made in this country has been the result of the exercise of free expression,” argues writer James Kirchick, author of the New York Times bestseller, “Secret City: The Hidden History of Gay Washington.” www.sotospeakpodcast.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/SotoSpeakTheFreeSpeechPodcast Twitter: https://www.twitte…
 
Host Kim Singleton discusses the R&B Opera HAL KING with its creator and composer Steve Wallace. This film is a coming of age romance set in the late 1950s. The film is directed by Myron Davis and features Sharaé Moultrie, Ryan Shaw, J. Ivy, Richard Phillis, Eric Roberson and Darien Dean. HAL KING is available for viewing on Amazon Prime Video.…
 
Join us for the audio-only version of our fantastic live discussion (recorded on Facebook 21st June) with Free Speech Union Council members Dr. David Cumin, Dr. Melissa Derby, and Ani O'Brien to unpack the concerns related to the recent uproar over Bethlehem College asking parents to acknowledge (but not necessarily agree with) the school's positio…
 
On the latest episode of Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, Andrew is joined by stand-up and host of Headliners, Simon Evans. Simon has been a comedian for 25 years and shares with Andrew how he got started in the business. He also discusses the culture wars and what it's like being a stand-up comedian on the right that commands the respect of the re…
 
Free Speech Union spokesperson Jonathan Ayling speaks to ACT MP Dr. James McDowall about the voting down - at first reading - of his "Education (Freedom of Expression) Amendment Bill". The Bill was designed to ensure there were consequences for universities that actively inhibited free of expression without legitimate cause. But the government didn…
 
On the latest episode of Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, Andrew Doyle is joined by founder of the Free Speech Union, Toby Young. Toby explains why he set up the FSU, details his experience of being turned on by the woke mob, and discusses offence archaeology. You can watch the episode on our YouTube channel: https://youtu.be/SLzKR9yKbZs See acast.…
 
In this week's episode of the podcast Free Speech Union member Daphna Whitmore speaks to Nina Power - an English social critic, philosopher, and author of the new book “What Do Men Want”. Nina was previously a senior lecturer in Philosophy at Roehampton University in Britain. She writes for Telegraph, Art Review, and The Spectator and is now editin…
 
Today, the Foundation for Individual Rights *in Education* becomes the Foundation for Individual Rights *and Expression*. America’s leading defender of free speech, due process, and academic freedom in higher education announced it is taking its free speech mission beyond college campuses with a $75 million expansion initiative. FIRE President & CE…
 
Free Speech Union spokesperson Dane Giraud speaks with former NZ Green Party chief of staff and Wellington Mayoral candidate in 2022 Tory Whanau. Tory discusses her fascinating (and enviable!) journey that led her to a dream job in communications and eventually to the role of chief of staff with the Green Party. Tory offers insight into how the Gre…
 
Matthew Ostrowski: Shuffling The DeckComposer Matthew Ostrowski on his origin story and an analysis of his 2021 piece, Monograph, which is a not entirely dour, often humorous, reflection on the acceptance of death and misfortune, anchored by the song, Streets of Laredo (but is it?). A master of electronic processing, video manipulation, unconventio…
 
On this episode of Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, Andrew is joined by author and academic Joanna Williams. Joanna, who is also director of the think-tank Cieo, comes on the show to discuss her new book How Woke Won: The Elitist Movement That Threatens Democracy, Tolerance and Reason. We hope you enjoy this fabulous episode! See acast.com/privacy …
 
In this week’s episode of So to Speak, we focus on some of the notable cases of music censorship in America, the formation of the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC), and the lasting effects of the PMRC’s efforts on the music industry. Author Eric Nuzum joins us to discuss his 2001 book, “Parental Advisory: Music Censorship in America.” Nuzum illu…
 
Free Speech Union spokesperson Dane Giraud speaks to former Māori Party co-leader Marama Fox about the Māori presence at the recent parliamentary protests. Marama (who would be briefly trespassed by Speaker of the House Trevor Mallard) spent a number of days on the ground and offers a detailed account of the Māori presence at the protest - who they…
 
On the latest episode of Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, Andrew is joined by archaeologist, author and GB News presenter Neil Oliver. Neil discusses how he became an archaeologist and broadcaster, as well as the current culture wars and the consequences of speaking freely. We hope you enjoy the show! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i…
 
Michelle Uriarau is a founding member of Mana Wāhine Kōrero - an advocacy group of and for Māori women who took strong positions against the 'Self ID' and 'Conversion Practises Bills. One of the roadblocks to getting their message out there has been the misrepresentation of Tikanga Māori (Māori Culture) which activists have used to justify gender n…
 
On the latest episode of Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, Andrew is joined by YouTuber Arielle Scarcella. The pair discuss the LGBTQIA+ community and the culture war that it has become engulfed by. Don't forget you can watch the episode on the GB News YouTube channel https://bit.ly/3vAYaw0 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Get ready for some hardcore history as Free Speech Union member Daphna Whitmore talks to political commentator par excellence Chris Trotter about the conditions that gave rise to Nazism. Despite Hitler taking power after being banned from public speaking - and the Nazi party itself being outlawed for two years - many today see censorship as vital i…
 
Twitter is going to become 8chan. At least, that’s what a recent episode of the popular radio program “On the Media” suggests will happen if Elon Musk successfully buys Twitter.Musk promised to bring greater free speech protections to the social media platform. But where Musk sees an opportunity for more freedom, some see the potential for too much…
 
On the latest episode of Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, Andrew is joined by footballing legend Matt Le Tissier. The former Southampton and England star discusses growing up in Guernsey and his football career in the 90s, as well as recent controversies about opinions he's expressed online. Matt opens up on the abuse he's received for his views on…
 
Did you know Hugh Hefner holds the Guinness World Record for owning the largest personal scrapbook collection in the world?When he was not building the global Playboy empire, he spent his Saturdays compiling more than 3,000 scrapbooks, chronicling free speech and press issues during his lifetime. Stuart N. Brotman, professor at the University of Te…
 
Dane Giraud and fellow Free Speech Union steering group member Ani O'Brien continue a discussion on the fallout from the cancelation of a Free Speech Union talk at AUT, focusing on the role an "Inclusion Manager' may have played in the cancelation. Common on many campuses now, these rather ironically named managers seem far more interested in exclu…
 
In the latest episode of Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, Andrew is joined by political YouTuber, Mahyar Tousi. The pair discuss nationalism, Left versus Right, the culture wars and Mahyar's origins in Iran. Watch the episode on the GB News YouTube channel - https://bit.ly/3vAYaw0 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Henry Threadgill: On OneDistinguished composer, multi-instrumentalist, and bandleader Henry Threadgill discusses the making of a new orchestral multimedia work and all the history that played into it. With musical examples from his band Zooid including excerpts from a premiere at Roulette that earned him a 2016 Pulitzer Prize. The new piece unfolds…
 
Does Disney have free speech rights? And did Florida violate the First Amendment when it punished the company for its political activism? Elon Musk is buying Twitter. What should free speech advocates make of that? Recurring guest and famed First Amendment scholar Robert Corn-Revere is here to break it all down for us. He’s a partner at the law fir…
 
In the latest episode of Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, Andrew is joined by broadcaster and teacher Calvin Robinson. The pair discuss the stiff resistance Calvin has faced in the Church of England while training to be a priest over his conservative values. Watch the episode on the GB News YouTube channel - https://bit.ly/3vAYaw0 See acast.com/pri…
 
The Free Speech Union has had a speaking event canceled by AUT. In the first public talk in what was to kick off a nationwide lecture series, Free Speech Union member Daphna Whitmore was to talk about (ironically) her experiences with women's rights group 'Speak Up For Women' and being canceled by a sequence of regional councils. The reason given w…
 
What is academic freedom? And who polices its boundaries? Our guests on today’s show argue that the popular conception of academic freedom has become too closely connected with the concept of free speech. Penn State Professor Michael Bérubé and Portland State Professor Jennifer Ruth are the authors of “It’s Not Free Speech: Race, Democracy, and the…
 
Don Franks has been involved in Left-wing activism since the 1960s (starting with his opposition to the Vietnam War) and is a published author and professional musician. He was a resident at the Jerusalem commune of James K. Baxter and was involved in union activity at a major car plant. In this episode, Don talks to Free Speech Union spokesperson …
 
In the latest episode of Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, Andrew is joined by author and journalist, James Bloodworth. Author of Hired and The Myth of Meritocracy, James joined Andrew to discuss whether the left in Britain is being consumed by identitarianism. They also unpicked traditional ideas about class and their place in today's political dis…
 
A worrying trend of rejecting political adverts brought the attention of the Free Speech Union to the decision-making process of NZME. Having discovered that a large percentage of shareholders back this bedrock democratic principle we sought to support them at the annual AGM where free speech was made an agenda item. But the board had a strategy to…
 
Konstantin Eggert, a native Muscovite, has reported on Russia since the fall of the Soviet Union. He started his reporting career in Moscow in 1990. From 1998-2009, he was senior correspondent, then editor-in-chief, of the BBC Russian Service Moscow bureau. Later he worked for ExxonMobil Russia and Russian media outlets, Kommersant and TV Rain. Now…
 
On the latest episode of Free Speech Nation: The Podcast, Andrew Doyle is joined by Broadcaster and Commentator Emma Webb. Andrew and Emma discuss free speech, the nature of the culture war and how it is so linguistically motivated. Watch the episode in full on the GB News YouTube channel https://bit.ly/3vAYaw0 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and…
 
This week on our Life Out Loud (LOL) summary of a week in Free Speech in New Zealand (inspired by our newsletter), Free Speech Union spokespersons Jonathan Ayling and Ani O'Brien touch on two recent hit-jobs mounted against the Free Speech Union. In NBR a piece was written by a writer (who really should've known better) that spun off into such fant…
 
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