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The National Security Law Podcast: Now Witness the Power of this Fully Armed and Operational [PCLOB]!
For our latest episode, we offer you National Security Law Podcast Mad Libs in lieu of show notes!
We’re back after a __ [number]-week break, and there have been some ____ [noun] security law developments in the meantime! Professors ____ [full name of celebrity] and [full name of sports star] are here to ____ [verb] all of it. ___ [adjective] ____ [plural noun] on this episode include:
This week I interview Glenn Reynolds, of Instapundit and the University of Tennessee at Knoxville law school, about his new book, “The Social Media Upheaval.” In a crisp 64 pages, Glenn analogizes social media to a primeval city, where new proximity produces periodic outbreaks of diseases that more isolated people never experienced; traces social media’s toxicity to the desperate pursuit of engagement; and proposes remedies both for individual us
Welcome back to the National Security Law Podcast, where co-hosts Bobby Chesney and Steve Vladeck cross-swords with courtesy and nerdistry while reviewing the latest national security legal news (along with a healthy does of frivolity at the end…and sometimes the middle…and the beginning…)! This will be the last episode until July 17th or 18th, and it covers:
We are back with the latest in national security legal developments, with Professors Chesney and Vladeck agreeing where they can and arguing respectfully (and, let’s face it, nerdishly) where they can’t. On tap this week:
We are back with the latest national security law news, with your co-hosts Steve Vladeck and Bobby Chesney explaining; debating; and–let’s face it–geeking out. This week we’ve got:
And we are back, after a one-week hiatus, with loads of national security law debate and discussion, not to mention some Grade B frivolity!
On tap for Professors Vladeck and Chesney: