Alain, our constitutional law expert, and Cris come together to discuss SCOTUS's 2018 rulings, Mormon Doctrine that applies to today, and when civility is just not enough
Alain and Cris discuss why are Americans easily swayed by lazy patriotism, the AT&T-Time Warner merger, the immigration crisis at the border, G7.
From NASA to Earth Day there is so much to talk about this week our hosts had to shorten their list. Topics include, 20 years of Harry Potter, UT GOP Convention, Gulf Stream, the Beatitudes, listener questions.
Listen in on an in-depth conversation by Alain and Cris about Syria, Facebook Hearings, OK Teacher Strikes, and Education. We also ask, "Is It Time for the U.S. To Require All Presidential Candidates to Pass a Qualification Test?"
For more on executive powers listen to S1 E42 Executive Powers and The Military
Alain and Cris discuss the international marches for gun control, Facebook's folly, why internal Church events are news and how to ensure good reporting on sensitive issues, and how March Madness can lift our spirits.
Alain and Cris discuss the politicization of the FBI, State of the Union highlights, what happens when the safety net breaks, the true answer to the question of life the universe and everything, and they respond to listener questions about the D&C.
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Fresh off of our LEFTalks (www.latterdayleft.com/leftalks) Alain and Cris return to discuss the short lived government shutdown, is vengeful justice back in modern society, USA Gymnastics, political Super Bowl ads, votes should only be cast by head of household, DACA, and more.
Anneke and Alain discuss why we are Latter-Day Left, the underlying reason we are so upset about President Trump's "sh*t hole" statement, and HI missile warning system.
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We're back with our first episode of 2018. Topics include Hatch's retirement, Intel chip flaw, 20th Anniversary of the Euro, change for change sake, Alain agrees with a Trump position, and we say goodbye to President Monson.