This week, we discuss the midterm elections and make ourselves feel better by celebrating the Giants win in the World Series.
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This week, we discuss the 8-4-10 ruling by federal judge Walker, ruling in favor of Perry vs. The Governtaor over the legality of Prop 8. Resident Constitutional Law Expert Junichi weighs in on what the ruling means and what it may mean for the future of gay marriage rights. We also jaw about Meg Whitman’s [...]
This week, Oliver and I discuss the Shirley Sherrod debacle and the bigger picture of the Obama Administration’s handling of race-related issues. We also share our thoughts on the new Christopher Nolan film Inception. And finally, in our one minute closing random thoughts, Oliver discusses the new bar for Asian American children and I discuss [...]
For our first Popcast of June, Junichi and I rap about the currently silliness in the California GOP primary race for governor plus we discuss whether empathy is on the decline and how one might measure it if it was.
Junichi and I rap about the end of Lost (he liked it…me, kind of ambivalent). We also discuss whether you can have a constructive conversation about race in American politics without the “R” word being thrown around.
No guests for a change as we jaw over how far Arizona will go to become the most reviled state in America plus a little on the sincerity of political officials and ending up with Junichi’s rant against songs with bad lyrics, including a heated debate over what constitutes going coast to coast and Foxy [...]
Our special guest this week is Chad Hardy, creator of the Mormons Exposed calendar series, featuring Mormon women and men showcased in their sexy (but still-PG) glory. His calendar got him booted out of the LDS and cost him his degree at BYU but on the flipside, they’re unexpectedly big in the gay community. Junichi [...]
In this week’s podcast, we welcome guest Toni Broaddus, executive director of the Equality Federation. In the second half of the podcast, Toni and us discuss current legal/political/cultural battles around civil rights for the LGBT community in the workplace and marriage. In the first half, Junichi and Oliver discuss contemporary television, including what shows we [...]