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 this extra-large episode, recorded on December 16, 2017, Alain and Cris wrap up the year with an analysis of the loss of net Neutrality, tax reform by lobbyist, finding old friends, Christmas, Jerusalem, and more.
We are also pleased announce our first LEFTalks event: Dare To Wake Up! For Women, is coming on January 26th in Lehi, UT. Find out more at www.latterdayleft.com.
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.
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.
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
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.