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The Lawyers, Guns and Money podcast expands upon the political, social, academic, and artistic topics studied by the Lawyers, Guns and Money community. This includes close examinations of American politics, American history, athletics, film, music, law, and international relations. Everything, in short, that has anything to do with lawyers, guns, or money.
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The Lawyers, Guns and Money podcast expands upon the political, social, academic, and artistic topics studied by the Lawyers, Guns and Money community. This includes close examinations of American politics, American history, athletics, film, music, law, and international relations. Everything, in short, that has anything to do with lawyers, guns, or money.
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It’s 1985, and John Mattes, a public defender in Miami, meets his first client, who claims to be part of a CIA operation running guns in Central America. As Mattes investigates, he is pulled deep into a dangerous world of mercenaries, drug kingpins, and what would become one of the biggest White House scandals of the 20th Century. Lawyers Guns and Money will take you on a thrilling and dangerous ride that dives deep into American covert operations, secret wars, and dirty politics. Hosted by ...
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Last week I had the extraordinary good fortune to speak with Reuben Keith Green, a retired US Navy officer and the author of Black Officer, White Navy, a new memoir available from the University Press of Kentucky. Reuben’s memoir covers his youth, his decision to join the Navy, his naval career (including a command stint in the Pegasus PHM squadron…
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Last week I had the extraordinary good fortune to speak with Reuben Keith Green, a retired US Navy officer and the author of Black Officer, White Navy, a new memoir available from the University Press of Kentucky. Reuben’s memoir covers his youth, his decision to join the Navy, his naval career (including a command stint in the Pegasus PHM squadron…
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I had the opportunity yesterday to speak with LGM Blogger Emeritus Dave Brockington about the upcoming British general election. Quick summary, things do not look great for the Tories, but Labour is inheriting a lot of intractable problems. We also talked a bit about the results of the European Parliament elections and the big, extremely dangerous …
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I had the opportunity yesterday to speak with LGM Blogger Emeritus Dave Brockington about the upcoming British general election. Quick summary, things do not look great for the Tories, but Labour is inheriting a lot of intractable problems. We also talked a bit about the results of the European Parliament elections and the big, extremely dangerous …
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On this august day of blogospheric history, Scott and I are proud to publish our interview with Duncan Black, better known in some circles as Atrios, the long-term proprietor of Eschaton. We talk through a LOT of the history of the blogosphere, but for my money the best part is when all three of us blank on the name of Lee Siegel, better known by h…
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On this august day of blogospheric history, Scott and I are proud to publish our interview with Duncan Black, better known in some circles as Atrios, the long-term proprietor of Eschaton. We talk through a LOT of the history of the blogosphere, but for my money the best part is when all three of us blank on the name of Lee Siegel, better known by h…
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A couple of weeks ago Scott and I had the opportunity to speak with Jill Filipovic, late of Feministe and a wide variety of other publications. She currently writes at her own Substack, on her own twitter feed, and in a bunch of other venues that you shouldn’t have any trouble finding. We talked about the relationship between the feminist blogosphe…
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A couple of weeks ago Scott and I had the opportunity to speak with Jill Filipovic, late of Feministe and a wide variety of other publications. She currently writes at her own Substack, on her own twitter feed, and in a bunch of other venues that you shouldn’t have any trouble finding. We talked about the relationship between the feminist blogosphe…
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LSU Tigers Football vs Florida State Gators, Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, NCAA College Team, SEC – Tammy Anthony Baker, Photographer, FB: tammyanthonybaker X: tmabaker Inst: tabinla Who is as ready for the NFL Draft as we here at LGM? No one! Scott, Rob, and I sat down last night to hash through a bunch of the issues in the draft, includi…
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LSU Tigers Football vs Florida State Gators, Tiger Stadium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, NCAA College Team, SEC – Tammy Anthony Baker, Photographer, FB: tammyanthonybaker X: tmabaker Inst: tabinla Who is as ready for the NFL Draft as we here at LGM? No one! Scott, Rob, and I sat down last night to hash through a bunch of the issues in the draft, includi…
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Last week Cheryl and I had the opportunity to speak with Kathleen McInnis, Senior Fellow in the International Security Program and Director of the Smart Women, Smart Power Initiative at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. We talked about the Russia-Ukraine War, the glacial progress towards an aid agreement in the US House of Represe…
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Last week Cheryl and I had the opportunity to speak with Kathleen McInnis, Senior Fellow in the International Security Program and Director of the Smart Women, Smart Power Initiative at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. We talked about the Russia-Ukraine War, the glacial progress towards an aid agreement in the US House of Represe…
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The Oral History of the Blogosphere series is back! Scott and I had the good fortune to sit down with Laura McKenna of Apt. 11D. We talked the (sometimes pourous) boundaries of the academic, political, and mommy blogospheres, the process of learning how to write for a non-academic audience, the opportunities that participating in the Golden Age of …
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The Oral History of the Blogosphere series is back! Scott and I had the good fortune to sit down with Laura McKenna of Apt. 11D. We talked the (sometimes pourous) boundaries of the academic, political, and mommy blogospheres, the process of learning how to write for a non-academic audience, the opportunities that participating in the Golden Age of …
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On the latest LGM podcast I had the good fortune to sit down with Aidan Dodson, author of the Windfall Battleships: Agincourt, Canada, Erin, Eagle and the Balkan and Latin-American Arms Races. We talk through the Navalism of the first two decades of the twentieth century, which helped generate a procurement environment in which a country like Chile…
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On the latest LGM podcast I had the good fortune to sit down with Aidan Dodson, author of the Windfall Battleships: Agincourt, Canada, Erin, Eagle and the Balkan and Latin-American Arms Races. We talk through the Navalism of the first two decades of the twentieth century, which helped generate a procurement environment in which a country like Chile…
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By Tomás Del Coro – https://www.flickr.com/photos/tomasdelcoro/51205888254/, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=121504643 In our conversation about the Big Game, Scott, Erik and I touched upon: The late, great (sic) Toby Keith, The grandest entries in the Very Special Sitcom Episodes of the 1980s genre, Flight upgrade pol…
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By Tomás Del Coro – https://www.flickr.com/photos/tomasdelcoro/51205888254/, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=121504643 In our conversation about the Big Game, Scott, Erik and I touched upon: The late, great (sic) Toby Keith, The grandest entries in the Very Special Sitcom Episodes of the 1980s genre, Flight upgrade pol…
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As The Kerry Investigation starts, Mattes and Kerry’s staff track down a mercenary who was reportedly running operations in the field for the secret war being run by the White House, and his story will change everything Mattes thinks he knows about covert operations. If you would like this podcast early and ad-free please go to: https://lawyersguns…
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When Jesus Garcia is arrested on gun charges, he explains to his lawyer, John Mattes, that he has been set up by members of a CIA-backed operation running guns into Central America. As Mattes investigates, he finds supporting evidence and gets the attention of a newly elected Senator. Lawyers, Guns, and Money is available early and ad-free at lawye…
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It’s 1985, and John Mattes, a public defender in Miami, meets his first client, who claims to be part of a CIA operation running guns in Central America. As Mattes investigates, he is pulled deep into a dangerous world of mercenaries, drug kingpins, and what would become one of the biggest White House scandals of the 20th Century. Lawyers Guns and …
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American Psyop takes the audience through the amazing and inexplicable life of Wes Clark jr, the son of a NATO General and presidential candidate. After leaving the military for Hollywood, Wes finds himself subject to foreign intelligence operations. Soon, Wes is surrounded by a religious cult, loses his grasp on reality and descends into a world o…
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