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.
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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.
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.
Mike Weinholtz Utah's Democratic candidate for governor and founder of CHG Healthcare joins us this week. Learn more about his background and his vision for the future of our beautiful state. Topics: healthcare, environmental stewardship, LDS values, and education.
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.
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.
Anneke Garcia sits in for Cris this week as Alain and her discuss the sainthood of Mother Teresa, Elizabeth Smart's message against porn and purity culture. Alain asks,"Taco Trucks on every corner? Why not!?" Plus we revisit the Epi-pen debacle, Turkey, Joe Biden, the Kurds, and texting while driving.
This week we explore religious freedom, burkinis, the history of the potato chip and more.
We are joined this week by Anneke Garcia, who helps us take on the flooding in LA , healthcare monopolies, and the LDS Dems Pro-Family Statement.
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