We explore the new sharing economy and ask what do we do after jobs? We also revisit a few topics and remember Civil Rights icon Mohammad Ali.
We are digging into our archives and bringing you a segment of season 1 episode 12 for this Latter-Day Left mini episode. We discuss the payday loan industry, how it affects Utahns, and the faith. Be sure to catch our regular episode where revisit the topic and discuss the passing of Mohamad Ali plus more.
From the first request to establish a Bears Ears National Monument to the current debate in Utah this episode talks straight about the differing sides of the issue. Plus Cris and Alain also answer a few listener questions.
Our resident constitutional law expert, Alain Balmanno, clarifies some aspects of executive powers, how they relate to the military, and in what situations Congress must officially declare war. Email us at email@example.com and weigh in.
This episode does contain adult themes and may not be suitable for small ears. In this increasingly small world why should a Latter-Day Saint care about international affairs? Sexual assault and the BYU honor code is in the news; what is fact and what is fiction? These questions answered and more.
Our hosts take on the debate over a higher minimum wage vs costs to small business and compensation given to women vs men in the pantheon of sport. Plus new ways to help your fellow man.
Ben McAdams stopped by the podcast this week. The mayor of Salt Lake County and former chair of LDS Dems discussed his on going effort to solve homelessness and other plans to tackle our growing population. In this candid interview McAdams shares his view on faith and why he is a Democrat. If you are interested in finding out more about Ben email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sometimes our episodes go long and some topics never make it on the podcast. Originally recorded in October of 2015 this mini episode is all about US immigration policy regarding STEM workers, refugees, and those seeking a better life.