42 episodes

The FedSoc Films Podcast gives audiences a deeper dive into the issues and stories featured in FedSoc Films, bringing you even more of the engaging debates, thoughtful commentary, and expert analysis from world-class scholars, legal professionals, and policymakers that you’ve come to expect from the Federalist Society.

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The FedSoc Films Podcast gives audiences a deeper dive into the issues and stories featured in FedSoc Films, bringing you even more of the engaging debates, thoughtful commentary, and expert analysis from world-class scholars, legal professionals, and policymakers that you’ve come to expect from the Federalist Society.

    Emergency Powers in the Pandemic [The FedSoc Films Podcast]

    Emergency Powers in the Pandemic [The FedSoc Films Podcast]

    In this episode of the FedSoc Films Podcast, Kelly Deere, Professor of Law at Rutgers Law School, joined us to discuss how different states and governors utilized – or weaponized – emergency powers during the COVID-19 pandemic and the use-cases for when these authoritative actions are deemed necessary.
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    Watch the full film Pandemic Powers: Wisconsin’s State of Emergency on YouTube.
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    • 21 min
    Power, Persuasion, or Propaganda? [The FedSoc Films Podcast]

    Power, Persuasion, or Propaganda? [The FedSoc Films Podcast]

    In this episode of the FedSoc Films Podcast, Erik Jaffe, a partner at Schaerr Jaffe, joined us for a “radical” discussion on when the government has the power to speak, when they can and cannot use it to persuade, and when in some cases, they enter the realm of propaganda.
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    Watch the full film JAWBONED: Miss Information vs. Free Speech on YouTube.
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    • 27 min
    There Is No Place Like Nebraska | Laboratories of Democracy: Nebraska's Unicameral

    There Is No Place Like Nebraska | Laboratories of Democracy: Nebraska's Unicameral

    In this episode of the FedSoc Films Podcast, Laura Ebke, a Senior Fellow at the Platte Institute and former Nebraska state Senator, joined us to explore the unique political structure of the Nebraska state legislature, the future and longevity of this American experiment, and her experience navigating this one-of-a-kind political environment during her time as Senator.
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    Watch the full film Laboratories of Democracy: Nebraska's Unicameral on YouTube.
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    • 20 min
    Third Parties and the Fourth Amendment [The FedSoc Films Podcast]

    Third Parties and the Fourth Amendment [The FedSoc Films Podcast]

    In this episode of the FedSoc Films Podcast, Amy Peikoff, Chief Policy Officer at BitChute, joined us to discuss the biggest questions surrounding the concept of a “right to privacy” and possible solutions as it relates to the Third Party Doctrine.
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    Watch the full film Katz on the Internet: Privacy in the Digital Age on YouTube.
    Learn more about Amy Peikoff here:
    Read Amy Peikoff’s article on “Of Third-Party Bathwater: How to Throw Out the Third-Party Doctrine While Preserving Government's Ability to Use Secret Agents” here:
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    • 25 min
    Omnibus: Stopgap [The FedSoc Films Podcast]

    Omnibus: Stopgap [The FedSoc Films Podcast]

    In this episode of the FedSoc Films Podcast, Mark Strand, a professor of Legislative Affairs at George Washington University and the former president of the Congressional Institute, joined us to discuss his perspective on how well the Omnibus process works, some possible alternatives to improve the budget approval process, and what this core function of Congress could look like in the next 20 years.
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    Watch the full film Omnibus: Who Controls the Power of the Purse? on YouTube.
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    • 17 min
    Budget Process Pandemonium [The FedSoc Films Podcast]

    Budget Process Pandemonium [The FedSoc Films Podcast]

    In this episode of the FedSoc Films Podcast, Philip Wallach, a senior fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, joined us to discuss America’s declining trust in Congress and analyze the current budget approval process, the incentive structures to change it, and how a new House speaker might affect this process.
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    Watch the full film Omnibus: Who Controls the Power of the Purse? on YouTube.
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    • 19 min

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