Government And Organizations Podcasts
The Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty is named after the great English historian, Lord John Acton (1834-1902). He is best known for his famous remark: “Power tends to corrupt, and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Inspired by his work on the relation between liberty and morality, the Acton Institute seeks to articulate a vision of society that is both free and virtuous, the end of which is human flourishing. To clarify this relationship, the Institute holds seminars and publishes various books, monographs, periodicals, and articles.
By Acton Institute
The Life of a Law Student podcasts chronicle the material presented to and learned by law students across the country and around the world. The project is led by Neil Wehneman, an incoming transfer student at Indiana University at Indianapolis. Feeds are segmented by course.
By Neil Wehneman and the LoaLS Team
Between The Lines in MP3 format - consumer distribution; Under-reported news and views for progressives. Visit www.btlonline.org for additional links
By Between The Lines/Squeaky Wheel Productions
PERC Podcasts bring you new ideas for environmental solutions from the Property and Environment Research Center in Bozeman, Montana. PERC researchers examine how property rights create incentives for conservation and how markets give people with conflicting environmental values a way to cooperate rather than fight. Learn more: perc.org