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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.

    LGM Podcast: NATO 75

    LGM Podcast: NATO 75

    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 Representatives, the 75th anniversary of the founding of the NATO alliance, and finally Kathleen’s work engaging with and promoting the work of women in the field of national security. Give it a listen!







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    • 1 hr 4 min
    Oral History of the Blogosphere Part 10: Apartment 11D

    Oral History of the Blogosphere Part 10: Apartment 11D

    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 the Blogosphere could open up, and of course how we all made friends along the way. And make sure to check out Laura’s substack!







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    • 1 hr 4 min
    LGM Podcast: The Windfall Battleships

    LGM Podcast: The Windfall Battleships

    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 could contemplate the acquisition of large, modern capital ships. We then work through the histories of the four vessels, finishing with a short discussion of Dodson’s next project, a book on the Royal Navy’s Hawkins class cruisers.







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    • 1 hr 16 min
    LGM Podcast: Viva Las Vegas

    LGM Podcast: Viva Las Vegas

    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 policies,







    * The Coaching Carousel,







    * The conference championship games,







    * The Big Game itself,







    * And finally the Taylor-Travis Romance of the Century.









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    • 1 hr 26 min
    LGM Podcast: The Farm Crisis

    LGM Podcast: The Farm Crisis

    For our latest podcast, we talked to Pamela Riney-Kehrberg from Iowa State University about her recent book When a Dream Dies: Agriculture, Iowa, and the Farm Crisis of the 1980s. This was a wide-ranging conversation that explored, among other things, the connections between the farm crisis and the manufacturing crisis of the same time, the culture of individualism among farmers that made it very difficult for them to accept help, how terrible the Carter administration was for both farmers and workers, and how this influenced the growth of far-right politics that have transformed Iowa over the past decade. And of course we also talked about the details of the farm crisis, why it happened, and whether it ever really ended (spoiler alert: it did not). It’s a great book and you should read it.







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    • 34 min
    LGM Podcast: Elizabeth Nelson Presents…The Interrogator

    LGM Podcast: Elizabeth Nelson Presents…The Interrogator

    Rob and I were excited to talk to Elizabeth about the fantastic new Paranoid Style album The Interrogator. And Anna Wintour’s attack on Pitchfork, and playing live in Athens later this month, and Doug Yule, and no-money-in-this-deal professions, and stuff like that there.







    With the addition of Peter Holsapple the new album is the best musical framing for Elizabeth’s always top-tier songs yet. But don’t take my word for it! Ken Tucker:









    The Washington D.C.-based band is led by Elizabeth Nelson, who is also a published music critic. It shows — the music is packed with wordplay, jokes and an undercurrent of serious dread….The signature sound of The Paranoid Style is the voice of songwriter Elizabeth Nelson – a sure, firm tone clearly enunciating the cascade of words that fill out every lyric. Most often half-sung, half-spoken, Nelson’s declarative sentences reveal themselves to be artfully composed verse packed with wordplay, jokes and an undercurrent of serious dread…This is The Paranoid Style’s most tuneful album to date, at least in part because of its new lead guitarist, Peter Holsapple, co-founder of the great pop rock band The dB’s. Nelson, Holsapple and the rest of the band, including Nelson’s guitarist husband Timothy Bracy, hit a peak of pleasure with the guitar solo in the middle of a song called “The Ballad Of Pertinent Information.”









    Michael Toland:









    The Interrogator sounds like manna from heaven for a certain type of rock & roll fan – specifically those that prefer their riffs ‘n’ grooves to be accompanied by a barrage of smart, pointed, funny lyrics. Unsurprisingly for a writer by trade, Nelson clearly loves words, and has the perfect conversational singing style with which to deliver them. “Are You Loathsome Tonight” and “I Love the Sound of Structured Class” combine sociopolitical wordplay with nods to rock history, ribbing Elvis Presley and Nick Lowe while skewering more modern, less musical concerns.









    Joseph Neff:









    Nelson’s word gush in The Paranoid Style has been compared to John Darnielle, a similarity that hovers around the fringes of The Interrogator but really comes into focus in the record’s finale “The Findings” (interestingly, it’s the only co-write on the record, the credit shared with Nicky Beer). Deepening the Darnielle connection, “The Findings” moves at a slower pace than the up-tempos and middles that dominate the album as it bustles forward.







    Yes, The Paranoid Style is a band. Along with Nelson and new addition Holsapple, the lineup finds Timothy Bracy (Nelson’s husband) on guitar, William Corrin on bass, Jon Langmead on drums, and William Matheny on guitar and keyboards, plus assistance from Matt Douglas, Lisa Walker, and Will Rigby in unspecified roles (there is a smattering of horns and additional keyboards in a few tracks, and even a little violin).







    But mostly, The Interrogator is lean guitar rock, with those faster tempos brimming with energy that reinforces The Paranoid Style...

    • 1 hr 3 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

jokt51 ,

Great progressive podcast

Great discussions on different types of domestic politics and foreign policy topics from a liberal perspective.

The Lev ,

Excellent

Topical politics are not usually what I want from a podcast but I have really been enjoying this show. Great conversations and analysis plus regular episodes on subjects other than topical politics. Loved the one on Goodfellas!

Marblesoup ,

Not informative

I’ll be blunt. I am right if center. The only purpose of this podcast from the episodes I have listened to (I’ve heard 6-7 episodes), would be to push left wing propaganda in the areas this podcast addresses. The men are weak left-leaning intellectual types. They seem to have no self-earned world experience. They never have any good productive ideas. This podcast only produces white noise.

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