Walmart taking a big (+ for some of their customer's, controversial) step to stop gun violence when it thinks the government hasn't gone far enough. Good reporting on the pro's and con's and if other companies are doing the same.
This was a very odd Ferris interview, surprised he had Koch based on the controversy it would cause and even more surprised Koch had pretty generic advice like: create value for your company and charge based on that 🤷🏾♂️.
Really great episode by The Daily on how the new process of selecting the democratic nominee is effecting who is going to be selected.
Harps back the the Gladwell episode from this season on how the LSAT tests selects for a certain kind of person to succeed on the test.
The process matters in who gets to succeed. It's good to keep in mind if you are in a position of power and get to creating the rules for selecting someone for a position.
Gladwell critiques the LSAT but uses that as a example of how standardized testing has bias and how we as a society bias some people over others.
This is part 2 but you don't have to listen to part 1 for it.
Yay! My question got answered.
I asked: What's the future of geopolitical unions like EU?
Enjoyed the answer, which talked about future global problems like climate change or even tax havens that one country by itself can't solve. Great answer!
Listened to Ben Shapiro for the first time. I'm glad they are exposing each other to each other's audiences (Larry Wilmore went on his show too). I'm not a Shapiro fan, he comes across as a puesdo intellectual, but I'm glad I listened to it.