New Podcast: How Did We Get Here and What Next?, A War For the Open Internet

  
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Harry Price, Rhinehold, and I discuss how we got here as a country, and what is next? We also discuss the war for the open internet and why Facebook censorship is scratching the surface. 


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CSS: Interview with Abdul-Hakim Shabazz on Balancing Free Speech and Property Rights

I join radio talk show host Abdul-Hakim Shabazz to discuss the balance between free speech rights and property rights. Censorship always backfires and has brought ill effects. How best can property owners like social media company owners protect the rights of users? Listen Here.


NHT: Kelly McBride of Domestic Violence Network (DVN) on the Impact of the Pandemic

Kelly McBride, Executive Director of the Domestic Violence Network (DVN), joins us. The Domestic Violence Network is a nonprofit organization that has existed for over 20 years to bring all members of the Central Indiana community together to change the culture that leads to domestic violence through advocacy, education and collaboration. Their work is focused on education with the idea that informing our community on issues related directly and indirectly to domestic and other types of violence will change the culture that leads to that violence. DVN does not provide direct services to survivors of domestic violence, but our work is heavily based on prevention so our service providers can focus on serving those impacted by this human issues. Click here to listen.


Ryan Vaughn of Indiana Sports Corp on Indiana Hosting March Madness

Ryan Vaughn of Indiana Sports Corp joins us to discuss the "sports strategy" of Indianapolis that supports 80,000 Hoosier jobs and the challenge of hosting March Madness. Indiana Sports Corp, a not-for-profit organization, was founded in 1979 as the nation’s first sports commission. Their events are broadcast around the world and bring national and international attention to the area. Click here to listen.