Sense & Theory sets sights towards 2020 with a look at the current front runners for the democratic nomination. Alongside their reactions to the first debates, the fellas give their thoughts on the pros and cons of Biden, Sanders, Harris, Warren, and Buttigieg.
As America edges ever closer to a third Middle Eastern war, Sense and Theory take a look back at the last 70 years of U.S.-Iranian relations to determine where things went wrong. From the 1953 Coup to the “Axis of Evil” speech through the Nuclear Deal and beyond, the fellas lay out where we’ve been to keep us from blindly stumbling to where we’re going.
Sense and Theory strike up the band and talk all things music this episode. From cassettes to mp3s, Black Star to Tyler Childers, the fellas discuss how impactful music has been in their lives, the state of the music industry and even find time to review some of their favorite songs.
This week Sense & Theory address and dismantle the arguments being made by advocates of ethnonationalism. Is ethnonationalism inherently racist? Are valid concerns driving the rise in it’s popularity? The fellas attempt to definitively answer these questions and establish that (unlike people) all ideas are not created equal.
Sense & Theory switch gears this episode and delve into the world of the cryptic and mysterious. Houndstooth, magnifying glass, and Google firmly in hand; the fellas try to shed light on three modern day mysteries: Cicada 3301, Toynbee Tiles, and the Georgia Guidestones.
This week Sense & Theory discuss our struggles both home and abroad with religious extremism. By looking closely at Christianity and Islam the fellas search for the balance between promoting religious tolerance, demanding moderation, and maintaining the separation of church and state in the face of religious majorities.
This week Sense & Theory dust off their soapboxes to bring two of their pet topics to the forefront. The fellas talk Right to Repair, the Electoral College, and also discuss a listener’s thoughts on a recent episode!
This week marks the highly anticipated return of the world famous “Sense & Theory Grab Bag” episode! From the Mueller Report to the College Admission Scandal and Creepy Joe Biden to Five Guys Burgers, the fellas sound off on a range of topics and catch some of the stories that fell through the cracks in early 2019!
With rhetoric ramping up and trust between the two sides eroding, Sense and Theory consider the likelihood of a modern civil war in America. Is it possible? What would it look like? Should we ready ourselves for disaster or are we reaching for the panic button prematurely?
This week, Sense & Theory look at two bills in congress that aim to address corruption in government. Do either H.R. 1 or Sen. Warren’s Anti Corruption Bill have “the goods”? Tune in to find out!