The guys discuss SCOTUS decisions, the Senate health proposal, what is wrong with political purity tests, and as usual much, much more. *There is some strong language used in this episode and may not be appropriate for children.*
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
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.
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.
Suppresion of a free press, agressive deportation raids, and an assination. Plus a peak into how the Book of Mormon teaches about us to treat refuggees.
Are our hosts ready to give up politics? What does the Bundy acquittal mean for our nation? Is the media too distracted to report real news? As the 2016 presidential election looms are we ready for what's next? Our hosts take on these questions plus more of today's headlines.
This week we explore religious freedom, burkinis, the history of the potato chip and more.