This week feels like the end of the world. Fires, hurricanes, flood, and an unpredictable administration. Topics include: sexual assault rule change, natural disasters and climate change, Law of Warfare in he Book of Mormon, Drones, tech and law.
We're back for our third season! This week we have a special guest stop by (another Balmanno) and today's news. We are also happy to announce our new socials. Find out more by signing up at latterdayleft.com. Topics include: North Korea Harvey/ philanthropy/ Sports, Nurse at UofU burn center arrested, Pardon of Joe Arpaio, DACA / Church’s stance on DACA, Debt ceiling/Government shutdown/border wall.
When Marlo is surprised by a chance to see the total solar eclipse of 2017 she pulls together the crew of Chasing Shadows for a discussion on science education.
Photo credit: Nelson Quan http://www.eclipsechasing.com/
S2 E45 Season Finale Utahn’s Support of Trump, Contractors vs Soldiers, Internet Privacy, and A Visit To Bird Town
Cris and Alain are back together to wrap up the season. Who own your social media information? Why send contractors when you can send soldiers? Why is Trump’s approval ratings so high in Utah? All these questions and more.
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.
Topics this week include, Comey, tribalism, repeal of Dodd/Frank, budget, privatizing the FAA, and more.
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.
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
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.