Uber is illegal, so let's shut it down!

According to a Harvard professor, Uber can't be fixed, and it's time to shut it down. But why?

Uber proved a lot of the government regulations on taxi services are expensive and unnecessary. Because they bypassed them, they were able to provide cheaper transportation for millions of Americans. For this, the professor argues, they should be shut down.

Today on the podcast, we go through the professor's opinion piece and argue against the extermination of Uber.

This episode is dedicated to the millions of people who have died while riding in an Uber. If only Uber had the proper commercial licensing, so many lives could have been saved...

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Show Notes

In Response to "I Don't Know How to Explain to You That You Should Care about Other People"

We saw a Huffington Post article floating around called "I Don’t Know How To Explain To You That You Should Care About Other People".

Pretty bold title. So we decided to pick it apart!

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Kathy Griffin, Julius Caesar, & the Limits of Free Speech

Today we discuss the limits of free speech in light of recent news items, including the Kathy Griffin photo controversy, the Julius Caesar play in Central Park, and the congressional baseball shooting.

At what point is "speech" no longer free?

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