We discuss the 2016 primaries with Landis Shook, who was at the Nevada State Democratic Party Convention during the misreported fracas that took place on the convention floor.
We discuss misconceptions about millennials and how millennials can push back against unfair criticism.
Lindsay and Matt Hall discuss the 2016 primary races, including Ted Cruz's selection of Carly Fiorina as his running mate, Donald Trump accusing Hillary Clinton of using the "woman card," and the endgame for the Sanders campaign.
The LGBTQ rights struggle has been widely compared to the African-American civil rights movement of the 1960s, and it's hard not to see the parallels.
Video games also occupy a central part of cultural transmission, broadcasting the messages of multibillion-dollar corporations straight into our receptive brains. In essence, video games fulfill three primary roles in our capitalist society: escapism, ideological transmission, and alleviation of frustration. But why, and how?
Author and New Atheist Sam Harris recently declared that he would rather vote for Ben Carson than Noam Chomsky because at least Ben Carson understands that Islam inspires terrorism and that the US should accept only Christian refugees from Syria. I criticize Harris's myopic and ahistorical view of Islam and religion.
Sounds like God is an asshole. Oklahoma State Representative George Faught also sounds like an asshole. https://t.co/G8esVV6cWC
30 men decided "Yeah, I'll go to this meeting on maternity healthcare." Unironically thought they belonged there. No consciousness at all.
How many men does it take to make maternity policy? None, you fucking assholes. You don't get to decide.
Making food is productive. Shuffling money around is not. But capitalism rewards bankers and shits on fast food workers. #resistcapitalism