Alain, Anneke, and Cris gather together to answer listener submitted questions. Topics include Mormon academia, VidAngel, Hollywood, sexual harassment, hypocrisy in daily life, and more. Be sure to catch Part 2. Let us know your take on today’s episode or leave a review on Apple Podcasts and find out more about our local socials at latterdayleft.com
This week's topics include:
Latter-Day Left attends the BYU Mormon Liberals Conferance
A Student News Paper in KS unmasks prinicple
Scary tech in our pockets
LDS General Conference
Stay to the end to hear why some BYU students are Democrats
Anneke shares a little bit of her passion for linguistics this week. We also answer listener emails and discuss the Supreme Court's decision on education for children with disabiities. Plus Alain takes a quiz on air.
Cris Balmanno is back! The largest gathering of Native Americans in 150 years took place this week. Our hosts discuss what makes this protest so poignant. Cris our resident IT guy gives us Apple Issues 101: what the EU back taxes mean for the company and if head phone cords are a thing of the past. Should Facebook censor iconic images? Plus one giant rant that will get everyone talking.
This week we bring you a little politics with our discussion on sports. See how Cris, Alain, and our guest host, Elisabeth Westwood, take on each issue with a little story telling and flair.
This episode does contain adult themes and may not be suitable for small ears. In this increasingly small world why should a Latter-Day Saint care about international affairs? Sexual assault and the BYU honor code is in the news; what is fact and what is fiction? These questions answered and more.
Is the Holy War over? Will we see anothe Utah/ BYU matchup?
The last episode of the 2015 has arrived and we are only getting better. This week our hosts reflect on the Christmas holiday, discuss modern Bethlehem and wrap up the year with a little public policy, presidential election thoughts, and BYU’s new football coach.
This week our theme music is a traditional Irish carol, the Wexford Carol performed by The Celtic Woman.