Podcasts

Clyde Boatwright, President of the Maryland State Fraternal Order of Police, on the Defund Movement

Clyde Boatwright, President of the Maryland State Fraternal Order of Police, joins C4 and Bryan Nehman on WBAL radio to discuss the Defund movement, recent statements by a Baltimore City Council Member, and the way forward for Maryland policing. Listen in for a discussion of good policing, attrition, hiring, and the atmosphere of policing.

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Clyde Boatwright, President of the Maryland State Fraternal Order of Police, on the Defund Movement
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Venetoulis tells roots of his political activism and campaigns

The story of Ted Venetoulis has played out in Baltimore County and throughout this region quite publicly over the past 50 years. The former County Executive and Towson Times publisher has moved downtown – and now a neighbor of Nestor at the Inner Harbor – and is ready to talk about getting our community activated to come back to the city and improve it for the next generation.

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Venetoulis tells roots of his political activism and campaigns
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Remembering our wonderful friend Ted Venetoulis

In the hours after his death, Don Mohler, Damian O’Doherty and Nestor Aparicio reflect on the life and times of the late, great Ted Venetoulis and his impact on Baltimore people and media and business.

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Remembering our wonderful friend Ted Venetoulis
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19. Recommendations in Reading with Senator Cory McCray and Delegate Marc Korman

In episode 19 of The Lobby, Damian reconnects with Senator Cory McCray and Delegate Marc Korman on their 2020 reading list, what has inspired them, and what it means to be an advocate. Check out this in-depth on how they've found time to make progress, the new perspectives they've found, and the inspiration they draw from each other. Then, listen in for an inside look at Books in Bloom 2021 this Sunday on October 10, free to attend at Color Burst Park in Columbia, MD.

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19. Recommendations in Reading with Senator Cory McCray and Delegate Marc Korman
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18. The World Was Wide Enough with Pastor John Heath

In episode 18 of The Lobby, Damian welcomes long-time friend Pastor John Heath, Co-Founder of The National Black Professional Lobbyist Association and Senior Government Relations and External Affairs Manager with Turo, for an awe-inspiring telling of his journey from homelessness to national success and leader to new generations of lobbyists across the country. Listen in for an inside view of how Heath's experience has informed his approach to championing diversity and allyship in his professional and personal life, and the inspiration he's taken from his faith. This was a unique conversation with one of the most inspirational people we know.

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18. The World Was Wide Enough with Pastor John Heath
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Where will Maryland Republicans turn in 2022?

Josh Kurtz of Maryland Matters discusses the future of Republican party in Maryland and who (eventually) runs for Governor in 2022.

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Where will Maryland Republicans turn in 2022?
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In praise of Lamar Jackson (again)

Luke Jones joins Nestor to discuss Lamar Jackson and 4th and 1 beating Chiefs in Baltimore

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In praise of Lamar Jackson (again)
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Olszewski discusses vaccines, citizens and keeping Baltimore County open

The Maryland Crab Cake Tour returned to Costas Inn in Dundalk for a long chat with two Baltimore County Executives as Johnny Olszewski joins Don Mohler for some serious information on how local government has worked to help citizens through the pandemic.

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Olszewski discusses vaccines, citizens and keeping Baltimore County open
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Leaving Las Vegas

Don Mohler and Nestor do The Recon on the aftermath of 9/11 twenty years later in our hearts and a lost weekend for Ravens fans in Las Vegas.

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Leaving Las Vegas
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17. Hurricane with Bob Enten

In episode 17 of The Lobby, Damian welcomes the incomparable Bob Enten, recently named by Best Lawyers of America® as the 2022 Government Relations “Lawyer of the Year” in Baltimore for the second time, for an examination of the stories and qualities that have defined his career. Listen in for an inside view of Maryland's past Senators and Delegates, and the last-one-out mentality that has shaped Enten's success. Enten's decades of success representing healthcare companies, retailers, energy providers, manufacturers, as well as various trade associations including those for banks, insurance companies, landlords, home builders, debt collectors, and horsemen prove an invaluable source of inspiration.

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17. Hurricane with Bob Enten
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