Aiden joins A.Ron to discuss Court Rebalancing. Is the Supreme Court lost to progressives for a generation? What is the cost of such a loss? Is there any way we can fight back? What is legal, what is even possible? We consider several popular suggestions on rebalancing the Court, as well as how we can tactically and strategically achieve this. Bur first, A.Ron gives a pep talk about the current and future defeats of Trumpism.Read More
Month: November 2020
In this episode Cecily and Alexis follow the adventures of Lyra and Will as they communicate openly and make smart choices. Plus, a daemon update! This podcast was previously hosted on Bald Move, this year, we are doing this as a collaboration between Bald Move and Swizzbold. Find their coverage of Season 1 on Bald…Read More
Alexis and Cecily watched episode 1 of the second season of His Dark Materials, they talk witches, daemons, anbarics, lost cities, subtle knives, spectres and cool steampunk vessels. This podcast was previously hosted on Bald Move, this year, we are doing this as a collaboration between Bald Move and Swizzbold. Find their coverage of Season…Read More
On the first anniversary of One Weird Trick: A.Ron talks about personal and collective responsibility, and Cecily talks about asking the right questions.
Then, they discuss feedback from someone with a noisy neighbor, sticking with hobbies, and an update from a friend in a religious crisis.Read More
Congratulations, America! We dodged the authoritarian bullet for four more years. It was a close race, perhaps closer than we were hoping for, and maybe we’ll be tempted to be disappointed in the outcome. After all, even if we take Joe Biden’s win as a repudiation of Trump, we lost ground in the House and…Read More
In our 25th episode of One Weird Trick, Cecily talks about disagreeing to agree, and A.Ron talks about wintertime strategies to keep you warm. Then, they discuss feedback from listeners wanting advice on dating multiple people without being “a player”, advice from a teacher on helping your child learning from home, advice for allistic folks, and getting your parents to go to therapy.Read More