It was Mother’s Day weekend and we thought we would give a shout out to some of the women who have changed the way we think, speak, and understand the world. [Read More]
One of the biggest stories right now is that the virus has finally hit the White House. In many ways it was inevitable because the virus is a) spreading like wildfire, and b) we all know the White House has been lax about taking precautions.
But this raises some questions. [Read More]
So today we’re going to go right back to the beginning. This is a podcast about the way rhetoric can help us understand the world we live in, but what the crap is rhetoric? That might be an intimidating word to people who are just trying to live their lives and don’t have their nose in a book all day. [Read More]
There’s been this tension between the sciences and the “soft sciences” and the humanities for FOREVER. And they ARE very different ways of seeing the world…kind of? But they are not incompatible. So today we’re going to talk about an old rivalry and what that looks like TODAY, as in RIGHT NOW. [Read More]
Conservatives, specifically Republicans, have long championed the cause of “law and order.” They have accused progressives of being soft on crime for years while maintaining the image that Republicans are the party of “law and order.”
But COVID-19 has shown that “law and order” is a tricky thing. [Read More]