Social scientist Dr. Lawrence Eppard is joined by Nyla Rose, who wrestles weekly on TNT and TBS for All Elite Wrestling (AEW), and independent wrestler/promoter Jimmy Z to discuss all things professional wrestling!
Social scientist Dr. Lawrence Eppard is joined by editor-at-large of the Bulwark Bill Kristol and University of Baltimore law professor Kimberly Wehle. Both Kristol and Wehle help sort through elector fraud in the 2020 presidential election and how to fix the Electoral Count Act.
Social scientist Dr. Lawrence Eppard is joined by Bob Inglis, a former Republican South Carolina Congressman, to talk about how conservative principles can help solve the problem of climate change, the future of the GOP, and more.
Social scientist Dr. Lawrence Eppard is joined by a political scientists to discuss a variety of topics including Joe Manchin, the Electoral Count Act, the future of American political parties, and more!
A special holiday message from the guest on next week's Utterly Moderate podcast: Saturday Night Live legend, Debbie Downer herself, Rachel Dratch!
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by Rosalind Wiseman to discuss her work promoting dignity and civility among young Americans.
Most Americans like where they live, rating both their homes and neighborhoods favorably. Home opinions can be impacted by housing quality, ha…
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by Dr. James Gerber, co-director and lead scientist of the Global Landscapes Initiative at the Institute on the Environment, who will help explain all things climate change that have been in the news recently.
What a seismic difference a trial has made to public and media perceptions of Kyle Rittenhouse. When he was charged at age 17 with shooting three men, two fatally, during racial unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, last year, various media accounts described him as a rifle-toting white supremacist who drove across the border to shoot Black Lives Matters protesters in the racial unrest that followed ...
Kyle Rittenhouse is 18 years old. On Aug. 25, 2020, when Rittenhouse killed two men during a night of civil unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, he was 17. But when he took the stand during his murder trial, he looked like he could be 13. Defendants in murder trials often do themselves no favors by testifying in their own defense, but Rittenhouse probably helped himself. He was soft-spoken and ...
What can sensible adults agree on regarding Kyle Rittenhouse, the latest young symbol on whom America can hang its devastating internal division and the newest tool for social media networks to monetize without regard to individual and societal hurt? Those who believe in the rule of law, which should be all of us, might start with the notion that a murder trial involving self-defense is no ...
During weeks like last week, the pursuit of justice feels more like chasing clouds blindfolded. Friday's "not guilty" verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial wasn't altogether surprising — especially after Judge Bruce Schroeder said he wouldn't allow the people Rittenhouse shot and killed to be called victims. But it still felt like a gut punch knowing the prosecution wasn't allowed to show a ...
Since 1984, the nationwide legal drinking age has been 21 for good reasons. Young people’s brains are still developing, which affects their judgment and cognitive abilities. That, along with raging hormones, boosts the chances of impulsive decision-making. It’s a dumb idea to add alcohol to an already unstable mix. It makes even less sense to add firearms to that unstable mix. Perhaps it’s ...
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by children's book publishing expert Heather Lennon to talk about the industry she loves and the joys of reading.
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by a panel of guests, Jason Adrians (Wisconsin State Journal; Lee Enterprises), Lolly Bowean (Field Foundation), and Michael Deas (Northwestern University), to discuss the importance of journalism in restoring our democracy.
Dove Cameron says it “doesn’t feel natural” to share details of her private life any more, after already going through two public romances and splits.
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by University of Baltimore law professor Kimberly Wehle to discuss the various ways in which American democracy is under serious strain, as well as actions we can take to turn things around.
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by Sarah Coefield to talk about wildfires, air quality, public health, and her cat (it gets weird).
Former Little Mix star Jesy Nelson reckons people will have an opinion either way on her new single- predicting people will either "love" or "hate" new offering 'BOYZ'.
Social scientists Dr. Alison Dagnes and Dr. Lawrence Eppard are joined by Amy Fried and Douglas Harris to discuss their book, "At War with Government: How Conservatives Weaponized Distrust from Goldwater to Trump."
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