This Conversation Changed the Way I Think About Dementia
In America, We Trust the Wrong People
Google Changed Work Culture. Its Former Hype Woman Has Regrets.
He Was ‘Losing His Mind Slowly, and I Watched It'
Your Height — and Your Children’s Height — Shouldn’t Matter
The Teenager Leading the Smartphone Liberation Movement
The Left Is Eating Itself
What if Medication, Not Willpower, Is the Cure for Obesity?
Why Does Big Tech Make It So Hard to Fix Your Devices?
The Veteran Outing Domestic Extremists
Wilco’s Jeff Tweedy and the Case Against Year-End Lists
She Was Supposed to Be China’s Future. Now She Wants To Leave.
He Sold a Message of Climate Doom. He Has Regrets.
He’s Fighting for His Country — and His Right to Exist
A Librarian Spoke Against Censorship. Dark Money Came For Her.
Black, Republican and Trying to Diversify His Party
A Teacher Considers Bringing Her Gun to School (Part 2)
Is There Any Safe Way to Arm Teachers? (Part 1)
@20:35: The host provides a perfect example both of the obnoxious stupidity of identity-based politics and of the let's obliviousness toward it. If you're relying on your race, sex, heritage, etc. as some sort of political trump card, you're suggesting that different people's political views should be weighted by those characteristics. I strongly disagree with that fundamentally broken political theory. It is what it pretends to fight.
Yes!! The right to repair is necessary on so many levels!
lol she is faking like she was ignorant about all of this but is a full blown activist.
Lulu's hm's sound like comments on what is being said. I'd like those edited out.
Thank you, Sharone, for sharing your perspective on this complex issue and for pushing for real solutions that will make our communities safer.
This was an excellent podcast. I loved the balance and I loved the erudite discussion. It helps us to see that among people on all sides of the issue there are those who are articulate and so far from being out of touch with reality that is laughable. thank you very much.