Jan 28, 2022
Arjun Moorthy shares recent polling from TheFactual.com that shows a rare bright spot in today's political landscape - that Americans, while polarized, are still overwhelmingly opposed to political violence.
Jan 20, 2022
Dan speaks with Garrett Epps, Professor Emeritus of the U of Baltimore School of Law, about the case of DeRay Mckesson - a BLM organizer locked in a 5 year legal battle with a police officer who sustained injuries at a rally he spoke at. In this episode, we discuss how civil suits provide states a convenient way to...
Jan 13, 2022
Are those who spoke at Trump's January 6 rally guilty of inciting the violence that occurred afterward? John Vile, Dean and Professor of Political Science at Middle Tennessee State University joins me to discuss the 200 years of case law that make it difficult to hold someone criminally responsible for what they...
Jan 6, 2022
Political theorist, Ben Studebaker, discusses how America's political parties have used the culture wars to distract from an inability to improve the lives of voters, how the attack on the Capitol was a logical byproduct of its escalation, and the real economic drivers behind this problem.