He belittled and browbeat others to intimidate them and give him what he wanted. He was suspicious of other countries, frequently saying, “Foreigners are not like the folks I am used to.” He had a reckless disregard for limits.I am halfway through law school and these episodes brilliantly present the issues, the personalities, and the drama behind cases that have the power to change the law (or, determine what the law "is"). Unless you prefer to keep alphabetical order: Alligator bites gray kangaroo. I sought how to "subscribe" to this series, but couldn't find it. Please reach out to me so that I might subscribe or donate. Love the More Perfect series and really look forward to future podcasts.
Am i an intimidating person
Reader Steve e-mails: “Just after noon, Fox News reported that two black panthers were at one location in Philadelphia “guarding” the doorway to a polling station.
One carried a nightstick and confronted a citizen who had gone in to the polling place.
Your mileage may vary (humor is subjective, and all that).
But Blanchett delivering these intimidating texts, and completely changing the internal context from which each text emerges, is so breathlessly inventive that it's nothing less than totally entertaining, even in sections that don't completely work (there are a couple).
This applies to the executive branch and vice versa as well.
If democracy does not have rules it must follow, and which constrain it, then it is no better then mob rule, or might makes right! I somehow missed this podcast's debut, and spend the weekend binge-listening to every episode. Unbelievably great story to hear, especially at this juncture in our republic.
The media were also willing to overlook them until Vietnam became a fiasco, because reporters liked his domestic-policy priorities in civil rights and his new government spending.
“Would America have been better off without Lyndon Johnson in the Senate?
The "Thanks" section of the end credits includes: "To all the marvelous authors of these mind-blowing manifestos." These are not sacred texts that should stay in textbooks.
They are to be played with, turned inside out, made fun of, re-invented.
For multiple episodes, the emotional, human element is so beautifully presented, I've been brought to tears, and I've find myself needing to explain to others I run into that no, nothing's wrong, I just was listening to a podcast. I know from the courses that I've taken and the law that I've studied there are countless more stories to tell and I cannot wait. We adopted our son in 2001 from an established OK agency headed by a respected lawyer.