Don and Harry deep dive into their past to explore the path towards what led to their current QnoA philosophies! How did you form your personal politics growing up? What were your influences?
In an ideal 2021, what do we want from the Biden Administration? Moreover, what do we need?
One of the tenets of police abolition is accountability. Police departments have been reluctant to provide statistics on misconduct, and federal efforts to collate data are too non-committed. So what can we do? Call on Congress, ask them to pass laws that mandate police accountability. Find your representative here, and consult this guide on how to talk to them. … More Police Abolition: The Misconduct Database
Found yourself in the throes of argument? This is a compendium of talking points, collated from experts on the matter of police abolition. The goal is to better equip you, dear listener-reader, with facts and expert opinions enough to confidently wade into what is for many a very scary conversation. A world without the police? There are a few approaches to that discussion, many angles and roundabouts along the way, so we’ll start with the conclusions, and then show the math. … More Police Abolition: The Experts
Donovan and Harry discuss their feelings on the death, life and meaning of Chadwick Boseman.
Noah Berlatsky is back and lays down the modern day Republican psyche, odds for the 2020 Election, and the political work to do in the years to come.
Kelly returns to discuss the impending election, the protests in her hometown of Oregon, the Democratic Presidential Candidates and the American Dream. Also, Hideo Kojima!
With the announcement of Kamala Harris as Joe Biden’s running mate, the guys vent their anxieties as the country barrels down towards its final countdown…
In the far future of 2032, where does law and order converge with choice and free will? The guys ponder these heavy questions while watching and discussing the 1993 sci-fi actioner “Demolition Man”, starring Sandra Bullock and Wesley Snipes!