Alain and Anneke dicuss Montana, Book of Mormon warnings against dictatorship, and Margaret Atwood.
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
Instead of taking the week off Alain and Cris are back at it. First Alain brings our attention to the man who can take down the Constitution. Cris then explores the new ISP browsing data rules. With heavy hearts the guys discuss the struggles of the homeless in Salt Lake County UT, and the false doctrine of the Mormon alt-right movement.
To see what Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams has to say about his anitiative to help the homeless check out our interview with him: S1 E38 A Visit From Salt Lake County Mayor Ben McAdams
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.
Creating solutions to non existant problems; a call for more pragmatic law making.
Why is there a rut in thinking about our public lands?
Teacher pay is at record lows. Ideas on how to improve pay and education in general.
Our resident constitutional law expert, Alain Balmanno, clarifies some aspects of executive powers, how they relate to the military, and in what situations Congress must officially declare war. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and weigh in.
More from the Utah legislative session, International sports, Charter vs Public schools and a sneak peak of the rest of the season.
11-08-2015 This week our father and son duo talk sport strikes in MO, why we should raise the minimum wage, and answer the question,” Who are today’s Gadianton Robbers? On November 27th we will have our very first Q&A special please submit your questions by Thanskgiving Day by tweeting us @latterdayleft or shoot us an email: email@example.com