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.
In 2015 how can an American city poison thousands of residents? Our hosts talk about the crumbling American infrastructure, the 2016 election, Utah's new Count My Vote Law, and our weekly Political Science Geek moment. Tell us what you think of this episode: email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, tweet us at @latterdayleft.
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.
Cris and Anneke analyze the Comey firing and The Church's announcment concerning the Boy Scouts.
This mini episode escaped the cutting room floor. Daniel Friend joined us in a rousing discussion on supreme court decisions, filibuster/ sit-ins on guns, and we say Happy Birthday to the G.I. Bill.
Latter-Day Left is back with a brand new season. We begin with a look at the Democratic and Republican National Conventions. Plus a a few thoughts on our responsibility as Latter-Day Saints to stay away from pride.
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.
Last season four first time voters weighed in on today's political issues. This week we welcomed three women back for a rousing discussion. Topics range from pardoning Snowden, The Avenger's: Civil War, one issue voting and more.
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.