Livin' The Bream Podcast

Livin' The Bream Podcast

FOX News Chief Legal Correspondent Shannon Bream enters the podcast universe. Hear inspirational stories, personal anecdotes and an insider’s perspective on actions and rulings from the high court.

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July 29, 2021 20 min
This week, Shannon sits down with Paralympian & Veteran, Freddie De Los Santos, to discuss his journey of post-war recovery with help from the Semper Fi & America’s Fund.  Freddie shares his discovery of cycling through The Fund, where he was able to participate in hand cycling events that allowed him to improve his quality of life, which has now led him to be able to compete in the 2020 Paralympic Games, this August.  Fo...
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This week, Shannon sits down with professor, theologist, and bio-ethicist?Charlie?Camosy, to discuss his new book,?Losing Our Dignity: How Secularized Medicine is Undermining Fundamental Human Equality.? Charlie explains how the world is in crisis point about who "we" are when we talk about fundamental human equality. He dives into how, through the eyes of Christ, all beings are equal including pre-natal children, dementia...
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This week, Shannon sits down with Will Ostan, retired Major and founder and CEO of Arc of Justice, to talk about the inspiration behind his organization and where it stands today.  Will talks about his struggles with his disease and how it inspired him to start Arc of Justice, an organization with a mission statement to bring reform to the military’s medical separation process by restoring accountability and implementing safeguard...
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This week, Shannon sits with Professor at John’s Hopkins School of Medicine & School of Public Health, & physician, Dr. Marty Makary, to discuss his new book, The Price We Pay: What Broke American Health Care--and How to Fix It.  Dr. Makary discusses the broken healthcare system in America and claims medical leaders have failed the country in communicating information regarding COVID-19.  Follow Shannon on Twitter: @S...
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This week, Shannon sits down with one of the founders of the Passion Movement & best-selling author, Pastor Louie Giglio, to discuss his new book, Don’t Give the Enemy a Seat at Your Table: It’s Time to Win the Battle of Your Mind.  Pastor Giglio discusses his internal mental struggles, his decision to finally take control of his life, and how to match God’s heart in choosing who gets to sit at your table.  Follow Shannon on ...
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This week, Shannon sits down with Christian contemporary Musician and Author, Michael W. Smith to discuss his new book, The Way of The Father: Lessons from My Dad, Truths About God.  Michael discusses writing the book about his cherished relationship with his late father, and how everything he has learned in life comes from not only his dad but also from his relationship with the heavenly Father, God. Follow Shannon on Twitter: &...
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This week, Shannon sits down with United States Senator, Bill Hagerty (R-TN), to discuss a wide range of topics regarding policies and current issues in the United States.  Senator Hagerty and Shannon touch on America's relationship with China, the U.S. -Mexico border crisis, infrastructure, and more topics regarding where the United States stands at the start of the Biden Administration.  Follow Shannon on Twitter: @Shan...
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April 22, 2021 20 min
This week, Shannon sits down with band members of the Christian band, MercyMe, to talk about their new song and the meaning behind it.  Band members Bart and Mike explain that the song was inspired by a friend to share a story of unknown identity, insurmountable strength, and unbreakable faith.  Listen to the song here.  Follow Shannon on Twitter: @ShannonBream 
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This week, Shannon sits down with retired United States Marine and host of the show FOX Nation Outdoors, Johnny Joey Jones.     Joey explains why listeners should do their own research on the Georgia voter bill, he explains the physical and mental health benefits of experiencing nature while hunting and how gun control laws are failing due to misplaced resources.    Follow Shannon on Twitter: @ShannonBream 
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This week, Shannon introduces listeners to some of the incredible and complex heroines in the Old Testament such as Hagar, Queen Esther, and Mary from her new book, Women of the Bible Speak: The Wisdom of 16 Women and Their Lessons for Today.  Shannon describes how they are strong, intelligent, and capable women whose stories can be applied into the world today, especially given the challenges of the past year.  Available on Marc...
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This week, Shannon sits down with Co-Anchor of America’s Newsroom and Co-Host of The Five, Dana Perino, to discuss her new book Everything Will Be Okay: Life Lessons For Young Women (From A Former Young Woman). Dana explains how she wrote this book to give practical advice for young women finding their way in the professional world, finding a balance in life between work and relationships and later Dana discusses her own career ex...
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February 25, 2021 19 min
This week, Shannon sits down with New York Times best-selling author and Founding Editor-in-chief of AllIsrael.com and AllArab.news, Joel Rosenberg. Joel explains his new thriller, The Beirut Protocol and how it blends the political realities with entertaining fiction, how his relationship with the late Rush Limbaugh influenced him and why he believes the United States is at an inflection point in its history. Follow Shannon on T...
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February 11, 2021 21 min
This week, Shannon sits down with FOX News Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean to discuss her new book, Make Your Own Sunshine. Janice shares some of her favorite feel-good stories from her book, how we can create positivity in our own lives, the power of the kindness of strangers and how Janice is using her platform to hold those in power responsible for what happened in New York nursing homes during the pandemic. Follow Shannon on...
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This week, Shannon sits down with FOX News Chief Political Anchor Bret Baier to discuss the early actions taken by President Biden against the Keystone XL pipeline, whether or not Democrats will vote to get rid of the Senate filibuster and the likelihood of an impeachment conviction in the Senate. Later, Bret tells Shannon about his charity event, the All-Star panel, to raise money for Children’s National Health System. Follow Sh...
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 This week, Shannon sits down with Representative Byron Donalds (R-FL) to discuss his experience being inside the Capitol building when a riot broke out. Congressman Donalds shares details about his upbringing and how he was first inspired to get into the world of politics, the bipartisan sentiment in Congress to finish the Electoral Vote even after the riot and the important role faith played in changing his life.  Follow Shanno...
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December 31, 2020 21 min
This week, Shannon sits down with New York Times Bestselling Author and Lead Pastor of National Community Church Mark Batterson to discuss his new book, Win The Day. Mark explains how people can reverse engineer their life goals into habits, breaking down big resolutions into smaller goals and making the most of the moments that you have in life. Follow Shannon on Twitter: @ShannonBream
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This week, Shannon sits down with NYT best-selling author and President of Proverb 31 Ministries Lysa TerKeurst to discuss her new book, Forgiving What You Can’t Forget.  Lysa shares her initial resistance and struggles with the notion of forgiveness, the importance of establishing boundaries to protect from further hurt and how trust in relationships can be rebuilt over time. Follow Shannon on Twitter: @ShannonBream
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This week, Shannon sits down with NYT best-selling author, FOX News Contributor and Managing Editor at EWTN News, Raymond Arroyo to discuss his new picture book, The Spider Who Saved Christmas. Raymond shares how he was inspired to write a book about the legend of a spider that saved Mary and Joseph, how people are adjusting to a new way to celebrate the holidays this year and the lessons we can learn from 2020. Later, Raymond te...
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November 19, 2020 20 min
This week, Shannon sits down with author Max Lucado to discuss his new book, You Are Never Alone: Trust in the Miracle of God’s Presence and Power. Max and Shannon discuss the importance of trust and faith in the face of fear and loneliness, how those who are weathering storms in life are never truly alone and Max shares his own personal storm he encountered early in life and how his faith helped him heal.    Follow Shannon on Tw...
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This week, Shannon sits down with Senior Legal Fellow at The Heritage Foundation Hans von Spakovsky to discuss the recounts and legal challenges we can expect to come in the 2020 presidential election.  They discuss how the rules for counting absentee ballots could impact vote totals, the potential legal challenge in Pennsylvania that could lead to the Supreme Court stepping in and how he believes the Supreme Court may rule on an ...
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