Roger and Matt discuss the mental health effects of smartphone use (and abuse) and what can be done about it.
Roger and Matt discuss taxes, choices, and freedom.
Roger and Matt discuss Minnesota’s climate, business climate, and why people leave the state.
Roger and Matt discuss the start of the legislative session, how best to contact Roger, and Religion (they obviously say all that needs to be said about the most fundamental question in all of human existence in just over 30 minutes <sarc/off>).
Roger and Matt discuss Duluth Public Schools removing literary classics Huckleberry Finn and To Kill a Mockingbird from required reading due to racially insensitive language, and how “sticks and stones may break my bones but names will never hurt me” no longer holds true, but should.
Roger and Matt discuss what it means to be a radical, and how to respond when accused of being one.
Roger and Matt discuss the pros and cons of “Big Data” and how it is both a benefit and threat to individual liberty.
Roger and Matt discuss the 10 Most Common Logical Fallacies you hear every day in debates and arguments, how they are used by both the Left and Right, how to recognize them, and how to respond to them.
Roger and Matt talk about the MN Supreme Court ruling seemingly in support of Governor Mark Dayton line item vetoing funding for the MN Legislature.