Connor and Brittany are back with another “ism” episode, this time they dive into “egalitarianism” and how it has been used to push dangerous socialist agendas.
To make a change in the world, you have to be able to convince other people that your ideas are the right ones. This means changing minds and hearts, but which one is more important?
Today, Connor and Brittany talk about the Boston Massacre and why the trial that took place after became such an important lesson in our justice system.
As you get started in your career, there are opportunities, like internships, where you may be expected to work for free. Is it ever a good thing to give your work away for free?
You’ve already heard from Brittany and Ronni, so today, Connor chimes in to tell us which historical figures he would most want to meet.
The entire world is talking about the conflict between Israel and Palestine. But what is the conflict about? And is there anything the rest of the world can do?
It’s been over a year since the situation between Russia and Ukraine reached a boiling point. But what is happening now? And what role is the U.S. playing in the conflict? Should we be playing any role at all?
When we do something wrong, we know to say I am sorry. But what does it mean to really apologize and how can you show that you really mean it.
Have you heard of something called Affirmative Action? This idea means some colleges treat applicants differently based on the color of their skin, which is racism.
Is there anything that can be done to fix the student loan problem?