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​How will this week's headlines impact you and your family? Every week, we explore the latest news from Washington D.C. and from the Statehouse, with in-depth analysis of Indiana politics from our bi-partisan team of political experts and analysts. Get 'IN Focus' on the go and stay tuned for exclusive bonus content toward the end of the podcast.
 
A critical but mostly overlooked aspect of both contemporary and historical political violence is the role diaspora communities have played in the planning, organization, financing, and execution of acts of terror. Members of the American Irish, Canadian Sikh, Swiss Tamil and Australian Croat diasporas—to provide just a sample—have all been powerful agents in the terrorist activities perpetrated in the name of their national and religious communities. The Diaspora Politics and Transnational ...
 
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President Trump responds to his coronavirus comments - We hear from presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden in Pennsylvania - State Senator Jim Merritt decides to step away from the State House - And others call for a new process to replace retiring law makers.
 
-President Trump and former Vice President Biden head to Kenosha, Wisconsin in the midst of the ongoing tensions -We hear from Vice President Mike Pence in Pennsylvania -We hear from Indiana congressmen Andre Carson and Jim Banks, who has proposed a bill that could take unemployment benefits away from violent protestors…
 
-Reactions from the RNC Senator Mike Braun, and Former Mayor Pete Buttigieg -We hear from Party leaders on both sides on the impact of both conventions and what our Indiana election will look like -We hear from IMPD Chief Randall Taylor and both Attorney General candidates on the politics of policing…
 
Historic Democratic Convention reaction and Republican Convention predictions - We hear from President Trump and State Party chairmen Kyle Hupfer and John Zody - Governor candidate Woody Myers also weighs in - Also we discuss the historical significance and impact this year's democratic ticket has on women of color…
 
We hear from Senators Mike Braun and Todd Young about the government's response and the latest legislation. We also ask Governor Eric Holcomb why Indiana isn't expanding mail-in voting for the November election. We also cover the filling classrooms across Indiana and an empty IMS for this year's Indy 500.…
 
-Differing views from federal leaders and Indiana State Superintendent on going back to school -One on One with President Donald Trump and Dr. Birx -Senator Mike Braun and State Representative Robin Shackleford on justice reform -We also hear from Bloomington Mayor John Hamilton about the recent troubling incident from July 4th…
 
We hear from Senator Mike Braun, Congressmen Andre Carson and Jim Banks, Congressional Candidate Christina Hale and State Senator Eddie Melton about the fights for justice happening all over the nation. Plus, we discuss what happens next after this year's Primary as we prepare for the election in the fall.…
 
Protests break out in Minnesota, Indiana and across the nation after George Floyd was killed by an officer. We discuss the protests in Indiana, and we hear from Mayor Joe Hogsett and IMPD Chief Randal Taylor and many other state leaders. We also discuss the upcoming Indiana primary ballot concerns and the highly contended congressional seat.…
 
How will the virus continue to impact Indiana's economy as we open up? What efforts are being put in place to help you, your family and your business? We ask Congressman Andre Carson, Congresswoman Susan Brooks, Department of Workforce Development Commissioner Fred Payne and mayors of Indianapolis, South Bend, Fishers, Evansville, Fort Wayne and Te…
 
Election year changes due the coronavirus pandemic - Will Attorney General Curtis Hill keep his job? - We hear from governor candidate Dr. Woody Myers and his running mate Linda Lawson - We also hear from two of the leading candidates for the Congressional Primary
 
Is America ready to reopen the economy? We hear from Indiana representative Tre Hollingsworth and the Indiana Black Legislative Caucus. Governor Candidate Dr. Woody Myers, Indiana Republican Party Chair Kyle Hupfer and Indiana Democratic Party Chair John Zody also weigh in on whether to reopen or not.…
 
Senator Todd Young updates us on the coronavirus crisis - Indiana Congressmen Larry Bucshon and Tim Lannon detail the state and federal response to COVID-19 - We hear from Dr. Anthony Fauci - Our panel discusses Wisconsin's primary and Senator Bernie Sanders' ending his presidential campaign
 
EP 127. The Coronavirus Pandemic -Impact of the coronavirus in Indiana - We hear from Senator Todd Young, Congressman Andre Carson and Congresswoman Susan Brooks -Also opinions from former State Health Commissioner and Governor candidate Dr. Woody Myers and Congressional candidate and State Treasurer Kelly Mitchell…
 
On the eleventh episode of Justify: The Common Law and Other Things ft. Professor Shivprasad Swaminathan Round Up important cases from February including the Sabarimala reference and a preventive detention case from the J&K High Court [starts at 1:25] Deep Dive into the common law and what noted jurists have had to say about it [starts at 11:16 ] L…
 
On the tenth episode of Justify: A PIL too far? ft. Anuj Bhuwania Round Up the procedural aspects of the Nirbhaya case. Why have the convicts not been hanged yet? What is the cause of this inordinate delay? [starts at 1:08] Deep Dive into Public Interest Litigation jurisprudence in India. What was the genesis of this novel form of adjudication? Whe…
 
On the ninth episode of Justify: Blackout - the Kashmir Internet Shutdown judgement. Round Up cases from the last days of January: (i) Desh Raj v Balkishan, where the SC upheld the legality of striking off the right to file a written statement when the litigant causes unexplained and inordinate delays; (ii) KM Singh vs Speaker, Manipur, where the S…
 
Republic Day Special! On the eight episode of Justify: Women and the Republic. Round Up important cases from the first few days of January: (i) the underwhelming response from the SC in the Kashmir Internet Shutdown judgement; (ii) the West Bengal Madarsa case, where the SC ruled on the rights of minority education institutions; (iii) Balakrishna R…
 
Justice Gautam Patel joins us for a very special episode this week. Tune in to hear what he means by 'institutional autonomy' and why it is central to liberal democracies. Also, understand why he feels that the judiciary must develop a new standard for judicial review.
 
Tune into a conversation between Dr. Arghya Sengupta and Kevin James and Akshat Agarwal, research fellows at Vidhi, as they discuss the legal intricacies of the abrogation of Article 370 and why the eventual judgment by the SC will possibly be the most landmark constitutional law judgment in the last 15 years. Do participate in the legal quiz to wi…
 
Tune into a conversation between Dr. Arghya Sengupta and Bibek Debroy as they critically analyse the federal structure of India in terms of tax and revenue; and discuss the Centrally Sponsored Scheme, Planning Commission, Seventh Schedule and the possibility of reorganisation of states. Participate in the quiz to win a gift voucher.…
 
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