Civil Politics (2/26/16): The Model of a Modern Major Primary

Topics covered tonight: the first half includes the benefits of the Primary vs. the Caucus model of election and how the parties will act in the upcoming SCOTUS nomination. During the second half we spend time

Further Reading:

A strange but accurate predictor of whether someone supports Donald Trump

Supreme Court Won’t Intervene in North Carolina Election Fight

An article in the New York Times’ ‘The Upshot’ maintained one in five Trump supporters opposed freeing slaves after the Civil War.

Ohio Gov. John Kasich signs bill to cut funding to Planned Parenthood in Ohio

Which Presidential Candidates Are Winning the Money Race

 

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Civil Politics (7/10/15): Security, Cyber and Economic

Unfortunately there was no recording of this show! If you’d like to hear more about cybersecurity, check out our show from earlier this year

The panel speaks on cybersecurity, national and international economics, and updates from South Carolina.

Further Reading:

The number of federal employees by year since 1962: https://goo.gl/LClIio

Civil Politics (1/30/15): Does Cybersecurity Really Exist?

The panel discusses protecting your privacy on electronics, the internet, and the chip that the government will eventually insert in your forearm.

We also speak on some current events, drunken drone flying, a wonderful graphic novel named The March, by John Lewis (http://www.topshelfcomix.com/catalog/march/760).