Alain and Anneke dicuss Montana, Book of Mormon warnings against dictatorship, and Margaret Atwood.
This week we bring you a rousing episode with our special guest Ekitzel Wood.
Topics include: US/Asia relations, Judge Neil Gorsuch, Our brother's keeper.
*Alain gets a little salty in this episode and it may not be appropriate for children*
While Cris was on vacation Alain participated in a panel on race relations sponsored by the NAACP.They both report on their experiences all the while weighing in on Trump's proposed budget. Plus why grammar is so important.
Anneke and Cris sit down this week and review the first presidential debate of the season. Other topics include The Church's removal of a scripture from For The Strength of The Youth standards handbook, international trade, Wells Fargo and the US's obsession with credit and more.
Anneke Garcia sits in for Cris this week as Alain and her discuss the sainthood of Mother Teresa, Elizabeth Smart's message against porn and purity culture. Alain asks,"Taco Trucks on every corner? Why not!?" Plus we revisit the Epi-pen debacle, Turkey, Joe Biden, the Kurds, and texting while driving.
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.
This episode does discuss Sex Ed and may not be suitable for small ears. With the campaign circus in town our hosts talk medical Marijuana, Sex Ed, Environmental Stewardship in the Book of Mormon, President Obama visits a mosque, and Women registering with selective service.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org