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Well, the original idea was to have a short episode about the strike that killed al Zawahiri, and to recap the D.C. Circuit’s Larabee ruling. But then just before showtime, we learned of the FBI executing a warrant at Mar-a-Lago, not to mention an a... more
And we're back, with yet another interminable window of extemporaneous frivolity at the front end of what otherwise is a somewhat serious show about the latest national security law developments and debates (seriously). Listen up as co-hosts Steve Vl... more
And...we're back, and in less than a month, remarkably! Tune in as co-hosts Steve Vladeck and Bobby Chesney discuss (1) the latest seditious conspiracy indictment arising out of January 6th, (2) the Navarro contempt of Congress charge, (3) the latest... more
Like any tv lawyer that routinely appears on national media, Vladek masquerades his political preferences as legal analysis. Baselessly smearing the court and other legal analyst who don’t arrive at the results that suit his political preferences. If you are on the left side of the aisle and want a nuanced and fair legal podcast I point you in the direction of “Amarica’s Constitution”.
. Three weeks is too long. I’m glad you’re back. Grandmother in San Diego
Always good, nuanced discussion, they do a fantastic job of explaining legal issues in terms non lawyers can understand
*heads up there was some weird audio on the most recent episode making both of your voices sound different! more
You guys are always great but today was a real treat. Thanks for the go od work.
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The National Security Law Podcast launched 6 years ago and published 222 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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