Yes, you read that headline right, we have a little bit of everything in this episode.
It’s officially autumn, and UPC writer Alex Cragun and UPC editor Michael Iverson join Curtis in the studio this week.
The boys had quite the show as they talked about Representative Jim Matheson’s vote against Obamacare, Gary Herbert’s Black-tie affair with the Blue Collar Comedy troupe providing entertainment…while census data shows that one in five children don’t know where their next meal is coming from.
After the break, the three discussed talked about the recent Provo Pride festival and how the festival seemed impossible a short time ago but, thanks to generational differences, is a reality. Speaking of generational differences, the trio talked about how e-voting and e-petitions could change the face of our democracy.
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Today’s closing song: I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire – the Ink Spots