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 Cris are back to talk about this week's news. Topics include: Paris climate agreement, #covfefe, Attacks on the UK, Security and Agency, Prodigal son, Reps in charge and nothing is happening, Oversite requests rejected by WH, International spending in budget/ NATO/UN.
Alain and Anneke dicuss Montana, Book of Mormon warnings against dictatorship, and Margaret Atwood.
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.
S2 E25 2017 Utah State Legislature Double Episode: ATV, Loss of Outdoor Rec. Industry, Equal Pay Part 2
This week we take a step back from national news to devote a double episode all about local Utah issues. In Part 2 of 2 we discuss a few of the bills up for vote in the Utah State Legistlature. Topics: Lifting ATV ban in urban areas, losing the outdoor recreation conventions, equal pay, drones, and more. Be sure to catch Part 1
This week we take a step back from national news to devote a double episode all about local Utah issues. In Part 1 of 2 we discuss a few of the bills up for vote in the Utah State Legistlature. Topics: taxing food, non-compete agreements, and more. Be sure to catch Part 2.
Mike Weinholtz Utah's Democratic candidate for governor and founder of CHG Healthcare joins us this week. Learn more about his background and his vision for the future of our beautiful state. Topics: healthcare, environmental stewardship, LDS values, and education.
Cris Balmanno is back! The largest gathering of Native Americans in 150 years took place this week. Our hosts discuss what makes this protest so poignant. Cris our resident IT guy gives us Apple Issues 101: what the EU back taxes mean for the company and if head phone cords are a thing of the past. Should Facebook censor iconic images? Plus one giant rant that will get everyone talking.
The old adage “absolute power corrupts absolutely” applies to any state with one party rule. This week our hosts name names and delve into what it means to be benevolent, praiseworthy, and of good report. Let us know how you feel about this episode by emailing us at email@example.com or tweet us at @latterdayleft.