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Crimes and Consequences

Crimes and Consequences

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Listen to the gripping details of the world's most brutal murders presented to you by two attorneys who rely on their sarcasm and wit to plow through the horrors of the crimes. Court and police records are heavily relied on to ensure the accuracy of each episode. Listen to Crimes and Consequences for your weekly dose of hardcore true crime.
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Crimelines and Consequences

Eric Carter-Landin & Charlie Worroll

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Hosts Charlie (Crimelines) and Eric Carter-Landin (True Consequences) are bringing empathetic, respectful, and compassionate true crime with a conversational format. Twice a month either Charlie, Eric, or our guests will cover a case and discuss it together from the two perspectives of a true crime writer and a family advocate.
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A series of stories of disastrous turning points, dangerous ideas, crazy coincidences, unsung heroes and forgotten villains. From OZY’s Sean Braswell, host and creator of the chart-topping, Webby-nominated The Thread, comes a new show about how some of the best-laid plans can go horribly wrong, or prove unexpectedly magnificent.
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Larry Alex Taunton is your man in the field. Where some choose to hide in their safe spaces, Larry rides out to face the issues of our time head on. No sugar coating and no PC bulls*t here. As a staunch Christian conservative, Larry picks apart just about any topic sharing his world traveling experience along the way.
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Unintended Consequences is the quarterly podcast of Regulation magazine, featuring hosts Peter Van Doren and Paul Matzko. It explores how government interventions can have surprising, and often negative, consequences. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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Abq NM-based, award-winning true crime podcast, with advocacy-focused cases from the Southwestern state of New Mexico and the American Desert Southwest. https://trueconsequences.com Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-consequences-true-crime--4347262/support.
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Ideas Have Consequences

Disciple Nations Alliance

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Everything that we see around us is the product of ideas, of ideologies, of worldviews. That's where everything starts. Worldviews are not all the same, and the differences matter a lot. How do you judge a tree? By its fruits. How do you judge a worldview? By its physical, tangible, observable fruit. The things it produces. Ideas that are noble and true produce beauty, abundance, and human flourishing. Poisonous ideas produce ugliness. They destroy and dehumanize. It really is that simple. W ...
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Intended Consequences is the official podcast of the StrategyCorp Institute of Public Policy and Economy. The podcast discusses practical provincial and Canadian policy ideas that achieve the actual goals they are designed to achieve with interesting guests and experts. The Institute aims to combine political acuity with policy recommendations to provide a one-stop shop for expert policy advice that is politically practical and possible to implement. StrategyCorp is a consulting firm based o ...
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Secrets and Consequences

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An actual-play Dungeons and Dragons podcast set in the world of Vexlaria! A group of strangers are sent on a world-saving quest, but they will learn that all secrets have consequences. Join a group of friends fairly new to D&D sit down at a table and just have some fun! New episodes every other Wednesday!
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NEW EPISODES EVERY WEEK- “Ever thought that you were too smart to be this cool or too cool to be this smart? Having a hard time digesting the amount of ignorance you see in a day? Do you just want to hear an intelligent conversation between humans who also have a little sauce and are a bit seasoned in life? Tune into CONSEQUENCES OF OUR CULTURE to hear some of the most hilarious & absurd stories and insight from the point of view of three unique & down to earth lovers of life. Each host offe ...
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Check Writing QualityAlcohol and drugs have been known to have consequences, but once the use turns into abuse it can lead to grave danger. People who are abusive with are likely to have medical struggles along the way due to the damaging effects of the substance. Often disorders seem to exist with alcohol and drug abuse. Use of alcohol and drugs can turn into more than just a one time thing and can lead to addiction and abuse
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From the automobile to the rocket ship, from chewing gum to the TV dinner, from the first face in a photograph to the first voice on the telephone, the world has been forever changed by impossible technologies and startling ideas. But these inventions do not always make the world a better place. These are the stories of The First, a podcast exploring the history of human innovation, focusing less on iconic inventors and more on the forgotten geniuses and everyday people that were responsible ...
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Over the past decade, California has enacted significant criminal justice reform policies and practices turning the criminal justice system on its head. Are these reform efforts having a devastating impact on crime rates and victims’ rights? Please join national crime victims rights’ advocate Michael Ramos, the former District Attorney of San Bernardino County and champion for victims’ rights, along with national law enforcement expert Paul Cappitelli, a retired Sherrif’s Captain and former ...
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With news this week showing how science was doctored to push gender affirming care to vulnerable youth, detransitioner Chloe Cole shares her testimony exposing the many lies she was told all in the name of medicine. We also discuss Christian persecution in Nigeria with Jacqueline Halbig von Schleppenbach and why the country has 'become a killing fi…
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From the fall of the Taliban until its return, people all over Afghanistan planned their lives around Afghan Star. People would pack into apartments. Villages would hook up generators to a single tv so crowds could watch. New Year’s celebrations would come to a halt, all to watch this one show. Over its 15 seasons, Afghan Star spotlighted an Afghan…
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International events and geopolitical shifts have massive impacts on Canada. More than ever, governments and companies find themselves navigating uncertain geopolitical dynamics. To assess what this means in practice, we are joined by Arif Lalani, a Senior Advisor with StrategyCorp’s Geopolitical and International Business Advisory Practice. He sha…
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It seems there are more churches and Christians globally than ever before in history. Yet, society and culture seem to be crumbling around us. Where are these believers? Today's guest, Brazilian Pastor Teofilo Hayashi, argues that this lack of Christian impact is because we've seen souls stirred and saved, but not lives reformed. The Great Commissi…
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Recently, I traveled to Colombia, Panama, and Mexico to document the human tragedy unfolding in South and Central America due to the immigration policies of the Biden Administration. These places represent the front lines where thousands of desperate people make a perilous journey from around the world to reach the U.S. every day. The Biden Adminis…
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On October 31, 1975, around 12:15 in the afternoon, Sheila McGuire, a teenager living in the exclusive Belle Haven community in Greenwich, Connecticut, was walking from her house to her friend Martha Moxley’s to invite her to go downtown that day. To get to her friend’s house, she cut through a wooded section of their backyard. She spotted undernea…
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Cold cases aren’t always as straightforward as they seem. Listen in as Charlie and Eric talk with Justin Evans from the Generation Why and the Peripheral podcasts about navigating the issues with covering cold cases on podcasts. Join the conversation! Twitter: https://twitter.com/crimeconspod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/crimelinesandconseque…
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With President Biden's latest moves to push gender ideology further into campuses across the nation, Mary Hasson of the Ethics and Public Policy Center joins to discuss how fraught this move is and how dangerous it is for students--especially females. As we near closer to the National Eucharistic Congress, Father Charles Trullols shares his excitem…
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In today’s anti-Christian culture, how can churches, ministries, and all of us communicate effectively with people who would rather not listen to what we have to say? What strategies can we employ to help people engage the biblical worldview? Our featured guest, Samuel Felix, is a long-time friend and Kingdomizer who works professionally as a digit…
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In this episode I’m joined by Steve Deace to discuss the recent controversy surrounding Kristi Noem, the self-admitted dog killer. Let’s take a closer look at the unwitting animal hierarchy we often apply to certain situations. How do we value life? How does context change our perspective on these types of moral dilemmas? Steve and I talk about Kri…
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With Florida's 6-week pro-life bill now in effect within the sunshine state, Dr. Grazie Christie chats with TCA colleague Ashley McGuire about what this means for mothers and doctors and why the Florida abortion amendment is radical and extreme ahead of the November elections. As Cardinal Fernández teased a new document on discerning apparitions, w…
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When we cross cultural borders to serve others, it is essential for us to learn when to celebrate cultural diversity and when to critique it. This can be tricky! We may instinctively seek to align everything to our cultural norms–but doing so can dangerously lead to the erasure of beautifully unique and diverse elements of foreign culture that brin…
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Today I’m joined by Jason Whitlock. We delve into the issues of faith, sexuality, and controversy in modern society. From the biases of the left to the challenges faced by individuals who deviate from societal norms. Recent accusations against public figures such as Sean Diddy Combs demand a closer look into the culture of sexual compromise in Holl…
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Columbia chaplain Father Roger Landry joins to discuss what he is witnessing amid growing campus protests as he is working to help quell fear within the community, saying Jewish students "feel very unsafe on campus, in the heart of New York City, which is the largest concentration of Jews outside the Holy Land." Touched by Catholic students offerin…
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Governments spend large sums of money on procurement every year. According to Global Affairs Canada, estimates show that government procurement represents between 13 and 20 per cent of a country’s gross domestic product. Given the size of the budgets and the wide array of goods and services governments need, procurement is a big opportunity for pot…
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Today, as men, we need to do more than understand the largely lost concept of biblical masculinity. We need freedom. Most men are trapped by "shadows" or lies and have a difficult time expressing vulnerability, making us familiar with the grip of isolation and loneliness. This is not the life God intended. Today, we had the honor of sitting down wi…
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Recently Jordan Peterson said that renowned atheist Richard Dawkins is mostly a Christian, he just doesn't know it. In this episode I make a careful evaluation of three different types of grace as it relates to the Christian faith. What does a Biblical theology of grace actually mean? This is an important distinction that I will illustrate through …
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On March 20, 1995, Japan's subway system was attacked by a cult using Serin gas to poison the passengers. The goal was to cause so much panic and damage and then blame the attack on the United States--in the hope the Japanese government would start a war. The cult's leader, Shoko Asahara preached to his followers that the end times were near, and i…
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As the latest papal document is still making waves, the TCA team chats about the clear line it draws when it comes to issue abortion, gender ideology, and assisted suicide. On the topic of surrogacy, the document states: "Every child possesses an intangible dignity that is clearly expressed...at every stage of his or her life," and the practice cle…
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Christian nationalism was recently denounced by John MacArthur as a faulty viewpoint. MacArthur indicates that things will get continually worse on Earth. Unfortunately, this view cultivates apathy and even discourages cultural influence. In contrast to this view, Christ teaches us to pray: “Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done, on earth as it is in …
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Laurence Fox is an actor and political activist I had the pleasure of meeting in a hotel lobby in England. He is one of the last great freedom fighters in the U.K. and has many viral moments standing up to the tyrannical British government that are incredible. Birch Gold Diversify a portion of your savings with Gold and avoid inflation today! Text …
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It’s tractor week at Unintended Consequences with special guest Ike Brannon, who is a Senior Fellow at the Jack Kemp Foundation, about the right to repair movement and the struggle of farmers over whether John Deere can restrict their right to tinker with their own tractors. But first, Peter and Paul talk about government restrictions on manufactur…
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With a new book exploring her vast experience within the Vatican, former ambassador to the Holy See Mary Ann Glendon shares insights about her time serving under 3 pontificates beginning with John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and Pope Francis. "In the Courts of Three Popes" discusses the role of women as it has evolved within the church, the task of bein…
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Sherry and Johnna Wrisinger walked through their front door in June 1986 and were never seen again. Johnna Wrisinger was 16 at the time she went missing, was 5 foot 6 and around 145 lbs. She had dark blonde hair and green eyes. Sherry was 40 years old. She was five foot three and about 180 lbs. She had brown hair and hazel eyes. If you have any inf…
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The StrategyCorp Institute concludes its miniseries on artificial intelligence with an episode on AI in the municipal context. From building permit approvals to smart infrastructure to answering residents’ questions, there are many opportunities for municipalities to integrate AI-based solutions. However, with all the hype around AI, it can be diff…
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Words are constantly created and redefined in our day. With such dramatic shifts, how can we have the “mind of Christ?” Words are not just sounds we utter; they are powerful building blocks for culture. Words and their meanings shape our thinking, convictions, beliefs, and worldview – ultimately bringing about our actions. Which words need to be re…
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In a recent interview, Richard Dawkins stated that he considers himself a cultural Christian and that he is afraid of the likelihood that Islam will become the dominant religion in Europe soon. There is much to unpack from Dawkins's statements. I have been long-time acquintances with Dawkins's and have debated him in the past. If you have listened …
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In February of 2015, 16-year-old Becky Watts was starting a normal day. When Becky failed to show up to a lunch date planned with her boyfriend that afternoon and stopped responding to texts from family and friends, worry set in for Becky's loved ones. Just over 24 hours later, her father and stepmother reported her missing and the search began. SO…
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Marking 30 years since the passing of Venerable Dr. Jerome Lejeune this week, we talk with the president of the Lejeune Foundation in Spain, Mónica López Barahona and Pablo Siegrist about his cause for canonization as well as the tremendous work they are continuing in helping those living with certain cognitive disabilities. We also revisit with Ma…
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The Alabama Supreme Court recently ruled that frozen embryos created through in vitro fertilization (IVF) are children. This case caused many to realize how little they know about IVF and the principles that drive the practice. Christians feel confused because their instinct is to celebrate anything that has to do with children and life. We will ta…
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Jeff Doucet opened a karate studio and was very attentive to his students, especially Jody Plauche. He gained the trust of the Plauche's and the community, leaving no one to suspect he was a monster who preyed on children. SOURCES: 1) https://www.efootage.com/videos/90742/victims-father-shoots-attacker 2) https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Plauche-35 3)…
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Today I'm joined again by Jim Ferguson. He's been a frequent contributor to the show and he has great insight on what is happening in Europe in regards to the globalist agendas taking place. He has just returned from talking to farmers and freedom fighters in Holland. He was a parliamentary candidate and fights big government overreach from the lik…
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Eric sits down with his mom to talk about Jacob’s case and where they go from here. Join the conversation! Twitter: https://twitter.com/crimeconspod Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/crimelinesandconsequences Instagram: https://instagram.com/crimelinesandconsequences YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/crimelinestruecrime Support the show! patreon.…
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