In the blue corner, we have civil rights and in the red we have religious freedom. The stakes have never been higher as both contend that they are protected by the 1st amendment yet cannot seem to get along. SUU's students give their thoughts and concerns in this week's Pizza and Politics. Bonus: Students also share their feelings about the recent controversy over BYU wanting to compete in the Big 12 conference yet being protested because of their stance on homosexuality. Let us know what you think in the comment section below.
Electoral college and popular vote might be in store for some big changes if SUU students have anything to say about it. Listen in and let us know what you think about the current voting system and all of its flaws.
Are animals born with the same rights as humans? How could have the situation in Cincinnati been different? Let us know what you think about the animals in the news over the summer.
Is the Black Lives Matter movement the result of recent oppression or the tipping point of something else that has been going on for a long time now? Is the black on black crime part of the #BlackLivesMatter conversation? How do we solve the racial tension found in our American cities? Listen in and let us know what YOU think on the subject.
Hilary and Donald... and a possible Johnson? Olympics and the baggage that athletes carry with them into the games. Listen in to see what you missed over the summer and let us know what you think.
With the president of the University of Missouri stepping down due to unaddressed racial tension, are the race riots a necessary evil or a social trap? Sound off and let us know how you feel.
Hey T-Birds! Welcome back to another semester full of intrigue and suspense with your favorite "How it Stands" hosts. Jaren and I talk all about some of the big issues that are being hashed out in our nation this week. The main question we asked students this week is, Where should we be putting our focus? Sound off in the comments below and tell us where you think we (The United States) should be focused.
With the recent attacks on Paris, and the heightened level of fear and anger towards ISIS, who will be caught in the crossfire? Is there a place for Syrian Refugees in the USA? Should state Governors be turning them away to keep their citizens safe? What do we, as Americans value more? Safety or Service? Chime in below and tell us what you think.
You don't gotta go home, you just can't stay here? What is 'America the Free' to do about the undocumented immigrants living among us. Let us know what you think our leaders should do.
SUU is currently a campus that follows the Utah clean air act and its guidelines. Some people are pushing for a smoke free, or even a full Tabaco free campus. How do you feel about it? Should we be singling out a whole group of students just for the comfort of another? Are the laws we currently use enough or do we need more? Do we need less? Sound off Below.