Reid Baker returns for some back-and-forth on Evergreen College and how that controversy illuminates different approaches to equality. We also discuss Colorado's Masterpiece Cakes legal battle and how we would prepare our underground bunkers in the event of an apocalypse.
Note for chapter skippers: Our first segments runs about 20 minutes this time instead of the typical 15.
Belly Yoga & Beyond (Amy's beleaguered and understanding goat yoga instructor)
HuffPo: Evergreen State College Implosion
NYTimes Opinion: When the Left Turns on its Own
The Joe Rogan Experience: Bret Weinstein
The Hidden Brain: Shankar Vedantam on Unconscious Biases
Harvard: Implicit Bias Self-test
The Economist: Can a baker refuse to make a gay wedding cake?
WaPo: Supreme Court Takes Colorado Baker Case
BuzzFeed: Luxury Bunker Survival Quiz
With Jim Kingman, Amy and Kari ask: How should the US support trade school education? How exactly does constitutional originalism work? And how can Trump's VOICE proposal help us think about crime statistics and reporting overall?
*Apologies for the late release this week. Editing issues and life in general got in the way this time around.
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NPR: Originalism: A Primer On Scalia's Constitutional Philosophy
WaPo: Neil Gorsuch, Antonin Scalia and originalism, explained
Fortune: Thousands Want Wall Street’s Fearless Girl Statue to Become Permanent
Change.org: Make Wall Street's Fearless Girl Permanent
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