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From shifting alliances to great power politics, and from security in a post-pandemic world to rapid technological innovation, our world is constantly in flux. Each week on State of the World, Megan Torrey, CEO of the World Affairs Council of Connecticut, sits down with experts and leaders on the frontlines of foreign policy and national security. Each episode is a deep dive into one of the world’s most pressing issues and it asks the question: how can global events impact our everyday lives ...
 
The Personal Cost of a Divided Nation is a 6-part series where we look at how Race is interwoven in the fabric of America and how it manifests in our daily lives. We will hear from academics, business leaders, clergy, and everyday people about the real impact and consequences of deteriorating race relations. What is the personal cost of an UN-United States?
 
Wayne Ettling and Averi Morse dive into current events, while exploring daily application through a conservative, Christian worldview. Both in high school, they're already involved in local politics in Vancouver, Washington and have their sights set on standing up, speaking out, voicing their opinions locally and nationally. Wayne is the founder of Turning Point USA Clark County and the TPUSA High School Coordinator for the state of Washington, helping other conservative students to organize ...
 
Breaking Britain is a podcast produced by the Europe's Borderlands Research Group at the European and International Studies Department in King's College London. Hosted by Russell Foster and Alex Clarkson, it will explore the pressures unravelling the unity of Britain and reopening the future of the island of Ireland in a European context. In each episode we will discuss the challenges reshaping a disunited kingdom as well as a wary republic with scholars and commentators who can provide expe ...
 
The presidential race is one of the most-watched and most important events in American politics. So why does the whole thing start in Iowa? If you remember the Howard Dean scream or Hillary Clinton “just chilling in Cedar Rapids,” you know how Iowa can have an outsized impact on this important national race. Three Tickets explores the weird and surprising history of the Iowa caucus, diving into what makes our little Midwestern state pivotal every four years in the biggest election nationwide ...
 
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Jimmy, Vic, Tashan and Ted are ready to preview the Raiders upcoming game this Sunday in Vegas vs the Miami Dolphins. Tua is out for the Dolphins and they will be going with Jacoby Brissett at QB. This is a chance for the Raiders defense to have a really good game vs a backup QB. Josh Jacobs could miss another game, so the Raiders will need to work…
 
Jimmy, Vic, Tashan and Ted break down the Raiders 26-17 win vs Big Ben & Steelers in Pittsburgh in Week 2. The Raiders are now 2-0 and head back home to take on the Dolphins in Week 3. Follow Jimmy on Twitter @Jimmy_Durkin Follow Vic on Twitter @VicTafur Follow Ted on Twitter @FB_FilmAnalysis Follow Tashan on Twitter @tashanreed Save 50% on a subsc…
 
Jimmy, Vic, Tashan and Ted are back and ready to preview the upcoming Raiders-Steelers game, give some updates on injuries and Mark Kaboly joins the guys to break down the Steelers. Athletic Steelers Writer Mark Kaboly joins the guys and gives his take on the Steelers after they beat the Bills in Week 1. He talks about how the defense looked really…
 
Jimmy, Vic, Tashan and Ted break down the Raiders dramatic & crazy 33-27 OT win vs the Ravens in the season opener in Vegas with fans in attendance for the first team at Allegiant Stadium. #SOTNafterdark Follow Jimmy on Twitter @Jimmy_Durkin Follow Vic on Twitter @VicTafur Follow Ted on Twitter @FB_FilmAnalysis Follow Tashan on Twitter @tashanreed …
 
Dr. Martin Luther King proclaimed 60 years ago that Sunday at 11AM was the most segregated hour in the United States. How segregated are houses of worship still in 2021. Has there been real change since after decades of efforts to desegregate church services. Has the national discourse about race and immigration obstructed movements to integrate Am…
 
Jimmy, Vic, Tashan & Ted are here and ready to preview the Raiders-Ravens game on MNF and gives some picks on Raider player over-under prop bets. The Athletic Ravens Writer Jeff Zrebiec joins the guys and talks about the tough Ravens practice on Thursday that saw Gus Edwards and Marcus Peters suffer season ending ACL tears. Jeff talks about what th…
 
Jimmy, Vic & Tashan break down the Raiders initial 53-man roster and talk about the outlook & expectations for the team this season. Raiders made their final cuts before NFL cutdown day and the guys talk about if their were any surprise moves or if there were any guys they were surprised made the team. John Brown was 1 of the big names that was cut…
 
Amid escalating tensions about race from theory, to policy, to practices; this nation is at an inflection point about its past, present, and future. Who we are and What We Become are among the most critical questions of the day? The intersection of extremist talk about the direction of this country from social reform, to political representation, t…
 
Jimmy, Vic, Tashan & Ted are ready to talk some more Raiders football and this week they discuss the Khalil Mack trade rumors, the evolution of Alex Leatherwood and what to look for in the game vs the 49ers. Raiders head back to the Bay Area to take on the 49ers on Sunday and the guys talk about if the Raiders players actually about coming back nea…
 
We get to discuss COVID again. Yay. Oregon and Washington have re-instituted masks. In Oregon, that includes if you're outside. Never forget, in Oregon, the very air you breathe is toxic. Be afraid. Or, you know, you could take a look at the hard data. Your call. It's been fairly obvious since the beginning, but now it's unmistakable: This isn't ab…
 
Jimmy, Vic, Tashan and Ted are ready to talk some Raiders football this week. They are joined by The Athletic Rams writer Jourdan Rodrigue to break down the crazy joint practices between the Raiders and Rams down in LA. The joint practices featured some great battles, some fights and some frustrated coaches on both sides. The guys give their though…
 
Just a couple of weeks into Washington's new rules for police, we're seeing the effects. Been eying that school bus over there? You might as well take it. If the police see you driving around in it, it's not like they can come after you. Today, Wayne and Averi discuss what these new rules mean and their results. And by the results, we mean all over…
 
Jimmy, Vic, Tashan and Ted are ready to break down another week of Raiders Training Camp and how they are looking heading into their 1st Preseason game this weekend in Vegas vs the Seahawks. Raiders vs Seahawks on Saturday in Vegas and they guys break down what they expect to see from the offense vs Seattle. The give a health update on Marcus Mario…
 
Jimmy, Vic, Tashan and Ted are a week into camp and have some thoughts on what they have seen so far from the Raiders. The D-line has a more confident look to it this season with some of the new additions. The Raiders signed Gerald McCoy this week to bolster the defense. They talk about if they signing meant the team was disappointed with what they…
 
The founders of the United States of America had a really good idea, and a pretty revolutionary one at that. Where almost every previous regime in history was about controlling the people, the Constitution was written to restrict the government. The first amendment, “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting…
 
Jimmy, Vic, Ted and Tashan are back from their offseason break and ready to talk about the opening of Raiders Training Camp and what they have seen so far. The Raiders have a lot of questions heading into camp on what to do with the defense to make it be much better than last season. Gus Bradley is coming in with a lot of energy and is ready to see…
 
The United Arab Emirates recently joined the small group of nations to have successfully launched a spacecraft to Mars, further proving space is the new domain for international cooperation—or competition. On this episode, we speak with the woman who led the UAE's successful mission to Mars, and one of the world's rising stars in space and technolo…
 
A devastating earthquake, a cholera outbreak, massive gang violence, and government corruption that was in place before either of those happened have created the perfect storm to keep the people of Haiti, the poorest people in the Western Hemisphere. Today we'll dive into these factors and more as we explore what's happening in Haiti.…
 
Wayne's dad, Dan Ettling, joined the show again for a powerful talk about the effects of the push for wokeness and Critical Race Theory in the military. Join us for a fascinating look at life in the military, the differences made by a Republican or Democrat Commander in Chief, the places where women turn out to be a huge asset, and a look at why a …
 
General Daniel Hokanson, Chief of the National Guard Bureau, Farah Pandith, first ever Special Representative to Muslim communities, David Sanger, NYTimes National Security and Cyber expert, and many more leaders in global security are featured in this special highlights episode. Tickets for the Council's annual Global Security Forum go on sale thi…
 
In the wake of its departure from the EU and its growing internal tensions, the UK's relationship with the wider world is undergoing a process of transformation. Still coming to terms with longstanding legacies of the British Empire as well as a recent merger of the Department for International Development with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, …
 
Vaccine Passports. In many places across America, the idea is pretty well dead - and in some states they've been made illegal. Of course, being from the West Coast, it's still up in the air for us. It's fascinating to watch this play out from Vancouver, Washington, as we have two states, and two very different populations, to watch this reality pla…
 
Ambassador Meron Reuben, Consul General of Israel to New England speaks to Council CEO Megan Torrey about Israel’s new government and the country’s post-Netanyahu future. For the first time in 12 years, Israel has a new prime minister. The new coalition government is led by Naftali Bennet, who claims this will be a “government of change.” Meanwhile…
 
After a week off, we're back! With around 60% of Americans having received the COVID-19 vaccine/gene therapy/whatever you want to call it and governments around the world pushing for everyone to take it, we look at the way different people approached this decision, and the reasons they made the choice that they did. We also explore why it is that t…
 
Jimmy, Vic & Ted are back for an offseason episode of SOTN and they talk about Raiders training camp, Carl Nassib coming out & players that could have breakout seasons. Not much to see for the media at training camp. One big note from Jon Gruden was that Henry Ruggs looked much better then he did last season and to expect some big things from him. …
 
After months of campaigning, voters in Scotland, Wales and parts of England went to the polls on 6 May 2021. While local elections and a byelection signalled that the Conservative Party is still dominant in England, strong results for the Scottish National Party in Scotland and the Labour Party in Wales indicate a very different picture for two oth…
 
George Friedman, Ph.D., chairman of Geopolitical Futures and author of The Storm Before the Calm, sits down with Council CEO Megan Torrey about his geopolitical predictions of the next decade. Dr. Friedman had predicted that the 2020s would be a period of dramatic upheaval and reshaping of American government, policy and culture. Can we predict cur…
 
Fiona Hill, senior fellow at Brookings, and former deputy assistant to the president and senior director for European and Russian affairs on the National Security Council, is interviewed by Council CEO Megan Torrey on the state of U.S.-Russia relations. This month, President Biden and President Putin will meet for the first time since the Biden Adm…
 
The loudest liberals hate them. Most conservatives love them. But what are the facts about guns, and why are they important? Today Wayne and Averi discuss the place and functions of guns in our society, who should have the right to carry them, what restrictions should be placed upon them, and the truth about the number of people killed versus those…
 
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