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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No, You Shouldn't Be Scared of Robots Stealing Our Jobs

This week, we read some emails we received in response to last week's episode about the idea of a Universal Basic Income. You can listen to the previous episode here.

You can still enjoy this episode ever if you didn't hear last week's show, but it was a fun discussion, so if you have the time, you should check it out!

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Universal Basic Income | Could it actually work?

This week, we discuss the inevitability of a Universal Basic Income once robots steal all of our jobs.

We found an opinion piece that lays out some of the arguments for the Universal Basic Income and read through it. If you want to read it before listening, you can find it here.

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Is everything slavery's fault?

Today, we read your emails in response to our last episode about the alleged immorality of having money. Before it's all said and done, we cover race, slavery, moral responsibility, and more!

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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!

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