16 episodes

The Greg Gardner Podcast is an exciting discussion of a number of Greg's interest including but not limited to music, technology, sales, fitness endeavors like Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) and Stand Up Paddle Racing (SUP), current events, productivity and performance improvement in all areas. Greg will frequently have guests that have a unique perspective in these areas.

The Greg Gardner Podcast Greg Gardner

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The Greg Gardner Podcast is an exciting discussion of a number of Greg's interest including but not limited to music, technology, sales, fitness endeavors like Obstacle Course Racing (OCR) and Stand Up Paddle Racing (SUP), current events, productivity and performance improvement in all areas. Greg will frequently have guests that have a unique perspective in these areas.

    Episode #16: College Campus Protests, TikTok Ban, and Presidential Immunity

    Episode #16: College Campus Protests, TikTok Ban, and Presidential Immunity

    Is your understanding of free speech truly comprehensive when it's put to the test by fiery protests and the clashing of ideologies? Grapple with me, Greg Gardner, as we navigate the turbulent waters of expression and dissent through the lens of pro-Palestinian, anti-Israel protests on college campuses. The sanctity of free speech is a cornerstone of our discussions, where I dissect the balance between the First Amendment and the policies of private institutions. Unpack the nuances of student...

    • 9 min
    Episode #15: Peeling Back NPR's Layers and Witnessing a Basketball Star's Ascent

    Episode #15: Peeling Back NPR's Layers and Witnessing a Basketball Star's Ascent

    Fresh out of a battle with pneumonia, I launch into an unwavering critique of NPR's trajectory away from impartial reporting, a narrative sparked by Yuri Berliner's keen observations. Could their latest executive appointment signal a troubling future for a news outlet funded by the public purse? I'm not one to shy away from the hard questions, and in this episode, we peel back the layers of what's happening inside NPR and why it matters to every taxpayer. Then, we step into the courtroom for ...

    • 11 min
    Free Speech on Trial: The Supreme Court Case That Could Redefine Online Expression

    Free Speech on Trial: The Supreme Court Case That Could Redefine Online Expression

    Could your very right to speak freely be under siege? The latest Greg Gardner podcast episode tackles the Supreme Court's monumental case Murphy vs. Missouri, previously known as Missouri vs. Biden, and its implications for free speech in our digital era. We're dissecting the arguments, critiquing attorney performances, and considering the potential outcomes of this case that could reshape how government officials interact with social media companies in moderating content labeled as misinform...

    • 8 min
    Titans of Tech vs. Guardians of Speech: Exploring the Legal Battle Over Online Expression and Censorship

    Titans of Tech vs. Guardians of Speech: Exploring the Legal Battle Over Online Expression and Censorship

    Prepare to navigate the legal labyrinth where the titans of tech and the guardians of free speech duel in the digital arena. I'm your host, Greg Gardner, bringing light to the high-stakes confrontations between states like Florida and Texas against social media goliaths, through cases such as Moody vs. Net Choice and Net Choice vs. Paxton. These legal showdowns probe the essence of our democracy, challenging the role of social media as the modern public square and scrutinizing the delicate ba...

    • 13 min
    Review of 2023 and Predictions for 2024 (20 Minutes)

    Review of 2023 and Predictions for 2024 (20 Minutes)

    Greg reviews themes of 2023 along with some stories that highlight those themes.  Greg gives specific predictions for 2024.

    • 20 min
    Enough Already! The Octet of Outrage - Dissecting 8 Media Myths

    Enough Already! The Octet of Outrage - Dissecting 8 Media Myths

    Join me with an incredibly interesting discussion with one of my favorite thinkers, Mark W. Taylor. Mark earned a BS degree in Biology at Furman University. He attended Medical School at MUSC in Charleston, SC and earned a JD degree at Emory University School of Law. He is a member of the Georgia and South Carolina Bar associations. He has completed studies at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design (Executive Education) and has written numerous articles related...

    • 1 hr 35 min

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Living with the wind at your back Session 1 and session 2 with David Shaner

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