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.
Tom Taylor joins us to discuss his run for Utah's 4th Congressional District and stays to talk about healthcare, the opioid addiction, science and education, and Ezra Taft Benson.
Darlene McDonald stops by to share her story and discuss what her solutions are to our current woes. Plus we add to the debate on firework bans and more. Topics include: Health care, Race, poverty, jobs, economy, Hobby Lobby, Flat Earthers
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
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.
We welcome Lucia Maloy as a special guest to share a conservative perspective on this week's topics. Among the many issues that made the cut we discuss: Casey vs Pensylvania, Chaffetz Town Hall, Arkansas paternal abortion veto, party before country, lands rights and mucha more. Join the conversation at latterdayleft.podbean.com
What can happen in a week? Apparently quite a bit when Trump is president. Alain, Anneke, and Cris break down "alternative facts", the social media gag-order, the immigration ban, the 12th Article of Faith, and ways to get involved. Some harsh laguage is used in this episode, please keep children out of the room.
Peter Tomala stopped by the studio to discuss his bid for a seat in the Utah State Legislature. Our hosts lead the discussion going through the Utah ballot, to the Great Depression. Other topics include racism, the world series, and cultural diversity in Utah.
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.
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.