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The Lawyers, Guns and Money podcast expands upon the political, social, academic, and artistic topics studied by the Lawyers, Guns and Money community. This includes close examinations of American politics, American history, athletics, film, music, law, and international relations.

Everything, in short, that has anything to do with lawyers, guns, or money.

Latest Episodes

LGM Podcast: 1999 Part Deux

EFollowing up on the shameless cash grab of two weeks ago, Dave, Scott and myself talk through most of the rest of the AVClub Top Films of 1999 list. If you’re thinking to yourself “oh no, please don’t let this be the end of this amazing content,” then you’re in luck: We have another podcast’s […]

43 MIN1 d ago
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LGM Podcast: 1999 Part Deux

LGM Podcast: 1999 Revisited

EThis week on the LGM Podcast, Scott, Dave, and myself revisit the year 1999, a year steeped in the deep prehistory of Lawyers, Guns and Money. 1999 has developed a reputation for being one of the finest years in the history of cinema. It is also the year that Dave, Scott, and myself started hanging […]

61 MIN3 w ago
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LGM Podcast: 1999 Revisited

LGM Podcast: The Passion of the Eli

EOn the latest LGM Podcast, Scott, Erik and myself follow up last week’s AFC-centric preview with a preview of the NFC. Much of the early part of the podcast laments the passing of the starting career of Mr. Eli Manning. Give it a listen… Share

49 MINSEP 20
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LGM Podcast: The Passion of the Eli

LGM Podcast: AFC Preview

EOn the latest LGM podcast, Loomis, Lemieux, and myself deliver a somewhat late preview of the divisional races in the AFC. We sidetrack ourselves almost immediately with a long discussion of the Cleveland Browns and “Silicon Valley Tanking.” Share

49 MINSEP 13
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LGM Podcast: AFC Preview

LGM Podcast: Starfish Ruminations

EOn the latest LGM Podcast, I interview Starfish Who Could Personally Defeat Hirohito 1v1 (@IRHotTakes) about personas in twitterdom, the relationship between (mild) twitter fame and (moderate) professional success, and the nexus of public policy and role play gaming. Extraordinary steps have been taken to protect Starfish’s identity. Share

41 MINAUG 31
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LGM Podcast: Starfish Ruminations

LGM Podcast: The Future of Progressive Foreign Policy

EThe latest LGM podcast covers the second half of the conversation that Daniel Bessner and I started last week. We think about what a modern progressive foreign policy might look like, and especially how the development of such a foreign policy requires a careful negotiation of expertise, democracy, and sovereignty. Share

39 MINAUG 15
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LGM Podcast: The Future of Progressive Foreign Policy

LGM Podcast: The Casting of the Defense Intellectual

EOn the latest LGM podcast, Dr. Daniel Bessner and I discuss his book Democracy in Exile: Hans Speier and the Rise of the Defense Intellectual. The first of two podcasts with Daniel, this portion concentrates on the book itself, with discussion of the Cold War intellectual environment, the emergence of a particular line of thinking […]

31 MINAUG 7
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LGM Podcast: The Casting of the Defense Intellectual

LGM Podcast: The Legacy of John Paul Stevens

EOn the latest LGM Podcast, Paul and Scott discuss the legacy of Justice John Paul Stevens, evaluate retirement strategy, and ruminate on the future of the court in an era of elite polarization. Share

28 MINAUG 1
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LGM Podcast: The Legacy of John Paul Stevens

Podcast: Shadows of the Vampires

EThe latest episode of the LGM podcast runs a bit afar from our normal fare. I speak with Michelle R. Lane, author of the new novel Invisible Chains, about her book and about the politics of vampires more generally. We discuss vampires and slavery, vampires in the context of #metoo, and end with a list […]

36 MINJUL 23
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Podcast: Shadows of the Vampires
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Latest Episodes

LGM Podcast: 1999 Part Deux

EFollowing up on the shameless cash grab of two weeks ago, Dave, Scott and myself talk through most of the rest of the AVClub Top Films of 1999 list. If you’re thinking to yourself “oh no, please don’t let this be the end of this amazing content,” then you’re in luck: We have another podcast’s […]

43 MIN1 d ago
Comments
LGM Podcast: 1999 Part Deux

LGM Podcast: 1999 Revisited

EThis week on the LGM Podcast, Scott, Dave, and myself revisit the year 1999, a year steeped in the deep prehistory of Lawyers, Guns and Money. 1999 has developed a reputation for being one of the finest years in the history of cinema. It is also the year that Dave, Scott, and myself started hanging […]

61 MIN3 w ago
Comments
LGM Podcast: 1999 Revisited

LGM Podcast: The Passion of the Eli

EOn the latest LGM Podcast, Scott, Erik and myself follow up last week’s AFC-centric preview with a preview of the NFC. Much of the early part of the podcast laments the passing of the starting career of Mr. Eli Manning. Give it a listen… Share

49 MINSEP 20
Comments
LGM Podcast: The Passion of the Eli

LGM Podcast: AFC Preview

EOn the latest LGM podcast, Loomis, Lemieux, and myself deliver a somewhat late preview of the divisional races in the AFC. We sidetrack ourselves almost immediately with a long discussion of the Cleveland Browns and “Silicon Valley Tanking.” Share

49 MINSEP 13
Comments
LGM Podcast: AFC Preview

LGM Podcast: Starfish Ruminations

EOn the latest LGM Podcast, I interview Starfish Who Could Personally Defeat Hirohito 1v1 (@IRHotTakes) about personas in twitterdom, the relationship between (mild) twitter fame and (moderate) professional success, and the nexus of public policy and role play gaming. Extraordinary steps have been taken to protect Starfish’s identity. Share

41 MINAUG 31
Comments
LGM Podcast: Starfish Ruminations

LGM Podcast: The Future of Progressive Foreign Policy

EThe latest LGM podcast covers the second half of the conversation that Daniel Bessner and I started last week. We think about what a modern progressive foreign policy might look like, and especially how the development of such a foreign policy requires a careful negotiation of expertise, democracy, and sovereignty. Share

39 MINAUG 15
Comments
LGM Podcast: The Future of Progressive Foreign Policy

LGM Podcast: The Casting of the Defense Intellectual

EOn the latest LGM podcast, Dr. Daniel Bessner and I discuss his book Democracy in Exile: Hans Speier and the Rise of the Defense Intellectual. The first of two podcasts with Daniel, this portion concentrates on the book itself, with discussion of the Cold War intellectual environment, the emergence of a particular line of thinking […]

31 MINAUG 7
Comments
LGM Podcast: The Casting of the Defense Intellectual

LGM Podcast: The Legacy of John Paul Stevens

EOn the latest LGM Podcast, Paul and Scott discuss the legacy of Justice John Paul Stevens, evaluate retirement strategy, and ruminate on the future of the court in an era of elite polarization. Share

28 MINAUG 1
Comments
LGM Podcast: The Legacy of John Paul Stevens

Podcast: Shadows of the Vampires

EThe latest episode of the LGM podcast runs a bit afar from our normal fare. I speak with Michelle R. Lane, author of the new novel Invisible Chains, about her book and about the politics of vampires more generally. We discuss vampires and slavery, vampires in the context of #metoo, and end with a list […]

36 MINJUL 23
Comments
Podcast: Shadows of the Vampires
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