Our hosts join us on MLK Day to discuss the definition of public service, Mormonleaks, The Church's tax exempt status, and more.
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Alain and Cris are back from a busy Holiday Break ready to jump into the topics of the day: Inauguration, repealing the ACA, loving bishops, ancient philosophers and the serenity prayer.
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Cris and his wife (Marlo Balmanno our producer) were called into the bishop's office. New callings, tithing settlement? It wasn't what they expected. This heart warming story will surprise you as well.
This week all three of our hosts join us bring you our annual Q&A episode. Topics range from Trump's lack of diplomacy knowledge, how not to save a parking spot, gerrymandering, finding solace in our wards after the election, and possible signs of the Apocalypse.
Over a week has passed since Election Day, Alain and Cris talk about how fake news could have affected the results and what we need to know about Trump's transition into the White House.
Uncut, raw, and introspective; listen in on one of our most emotional episodes. Cris Balmanno and Anneke Garcia break down the results and discuss their reactions to the news that Trump is the president elect
While Cris is celebrating the Cubs win in Chicago Anneke Garcia fills in to discuss this week's headlines: 13 year old Paul Harrison spoke out in an oped on being bullied for his parents' political views it struck a cord with Latter-day saints all over the nation, plus voter fraud vs Voter suppression, and a reminder to cast your vote.
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.
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.
Kyle Waters joins us this week to talk about running for the Utah State Legislature. He stays to discuss the 2nd presidential debate, Provo Solar, Evan McMullins's electoral college gambit, and more.
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