Equality Act implications and alternatives – Kristen Waggoner, Tim Schultz and Ryan T. Anderson
As Congress debates the Equality Act that would codify sexual orientation and gender identity protections into federal civil rights laws, ADF's Kristen Waggoner talks about how it goes too far to inhibit religious liberties. Ryan T. Anderson and Tim Schultz debate the Fairness for All policy alternative.
Tim has this uncanny ability to see around corners. Always innovative and looking for different ways of doing things helped create his company Local and Fresh. Born and raised in Filmore Saskatchewan, Tim got a taste of entrepreneurship and what it meant to follow your passion. Tim is all about helping young people develop their entrepreneurial skills and confidence, and helping people eat healthy local food. Thank you Tim for continue to create ripples and #betterthepond.
Andy Smarick and Tim Schultz: ‘Juristocracy’ and the Supreme Court, from Bostock to Espinoza
This week on the Faith Angle Podcast, we are joined by Andy Smarick and Tim Schultz. Guests: Andy Smarick Tim Schultz Links: The Bostock Ruling with Tim Schultz Congress Should Act to Balance LGBT Rights and Religious Freedom Letters in the Time of Covid Liberty, Government, and the Preservation of Civil Society Protecting the Products of Liberty What the Espinoza Decision Means for Other Aspects of Religious Freedom Who’s winning the culture war? Answer: No one Follow us | faithangle.org
Tim Schultz, the president of the 1st Amendment Partnership, a partner of the Ethics and Public Policy Center’s American Religious Freedom Program (ARFP), joins Matt, Derek, and Alastair to discuss the Bostock v. Clayton County ruling.
Highways And Heartaches | Kix Brooks | w/ Tim Schultz
Red Dirt Road Podcast
Marshall, Alex, and guest comedian-country-rocker Tim Schultz break down Kix Brooks' "Highways And Heartaches"; the first track off his 1989 self-titled album. Tim plays his 2018 "Number One Song" from Music City. *We do not own music in this podcast, however, we do have a license to use it. This podcast is not endorsed by Brooks & Dunn and is merely a fan Podcast.*
Good Morning Y'all! Todays podcast is with my friend Tim Schultz. Tim is a lawyer out of Texas who was born and raised in Louisiana. We discuss growing up in Louisiana, Tim's recent accomplishments in rucking, and gloss over a bit of cool lawyering stories. Hope y'all enjoy:)
Sitting in the central cafe space at First Alliance Church, Tim Schultz and I chatted about his growing up years as a missionary kid & his vision for The Mosaic Network. Passionate about reaching out to those who find themselves engaged in kingdom work but often outside of the norms of the Christian traditional church, Tim shared how he hoped Mosaic might become a meeting place for the two sides to come together & learn from one another.
On Life, the Universe, and Everything – Interview with Tim Schultz of Cryptkeeper9 Productions – CBP042
Camp Blood Radio
The first anniversary of the podcast features Cryptkeeper 9's Tim Schultz, for whom a theatre trek with his grandmother at the age of eight to watch Friday the 13th Part II turned into a lifelong love of horror and passion for creating versions of what has come to define Jason and the franchise, the hockey
Producer and animator Timothy Schultz and John Grigsby joined us for this week's episode.Tim Schultz went to college to study film and journalism at the University of Colorado before starting Bullhead Entertainment, LLC in 2005. Bullhead recently produced The Cave: An Adaptation of Plato's Allegory in Clay and is currently in production on the feature-length documentary Chasing the Shadows, which follows Tim's journey into the world of ghosts and the afterlife. John Grigsby’s recent animations entitled, An Introduction to Lucid Dream Exploration was painstakingly created on etch-a-sketch. He is also a musician and recently toured the world as a bassist with blues musician Otis Taylor. John is the DOP and animator for The Cave: An Adaptation of Plato's Allegory in Clay.The Cave has brought Plato's pedagogical story to life by shooting over 4,000 still photographs of John Grigsby's wonderful claymation. It has screened in many film festivals worldwide and has won awards including won 1st Place Animation at the USA Film Festival Short Film and Video Competition of 2008. It has also screened in the 2008 MergingArts Short Short Story Film Festival.