Ep. 6: Is it immoral to be rich?

You know those articles people share on Facebook, and they just comment "This." ...as if the article indisputably proves whatever the person wants to believe?

This week, we refute an article entitled "It Is Basically Just Immoral to Be Rich" by A.Q. Smith.

If you want to read the article before listening, you can find it here.

We wanted to talk about this article because it represents a mindset that we have found is very prevalent in society these days. We try as best we can to set the record straight!

Feel free to contact us via our contact page or just leave us a comment on this post! We will discuss your feedback on the next episode.

Ep. 5: Obamacare Isn't the Problem (or the Solution)

This week, we take a deep dive into the screwed up history of health care in the United States. Was Obamacare a necessary first step to fix Health Care in this country, or did it ruin a good thing? Turns out, the answer is more complicated than you'll hear on CNN or Fox News.

Note: The first third of the show is dedicated to feedback we have received from previous episodes. The main discussion on health care starts at 45:46.

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Show Notes

Ep. 4: Is YouTube Censoring Creators? (Plus, your emails about the death penalty)

Recently, I (Josh) released a video on YouTube discussing the idea of "YouTube Censorship", and it received quite a bit of backlash. On today's episode of WWBTR, we discuss some of the comments I received on that video, as well as the idea of censorship in general.

Before that, though, we read a bunch of your emails about the last episode's discussion of the death penalty. Lots of really interesting thoughts!

Feel free to contact us via our contact page or just leave us a comment on this post!

Ep. 2: Without government, who would keep us safe?

Without police, wouldn't there just be chaos in the streets? We discuss some (non-coercive) potential solutions to the problem of law-enforcement.

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Show Notes