Nov 23, 2022
You know what's a good idea? Not running onto the field when you attend a football game. This sidebar episode our hosts discuss Alex Taylor, the animal rights protestor and trespasser who ran onto the field during the 49er-Rams game with a device trailing pink smoke. He evaded security only to be laid out by all-pro...
Nov 17, 2022
What is the deal with airlines?? It seems like canceled flights have gotten more and more frequent in recent years. And is it just us, or are airplane seats getting smaller? This episode, our hosts discuss what airlines can and can’t do - and when travelers might be entitled to compensation.
Nov 10, 2022
Cheaters never win, goes the saying. But some cheaters lose really, really badly. Like the competetive fishermen who were caught stuffing fish with weights and fillets to win a $30,000 prize in a walleye tournament. Other times, just being accused of cheating can be equally devastating, as American chess...
Nov 3, 2022
The Biden Administration’s recent executive order pardoning those convicted of federal marijuana possession made big news. But what does this mean for their criminal records? Our hosts discuss the history of presidential pardons, what they do and don’t do, and how expungement fills in the gaps.
Oct 27, 2022
America has a long legal history with voting rights. This episode we discuss some of the notable state and federal voting laws that have been passed, repealed, amended, and declared unconstitutional. Our hosts also touch on time, manner, and place restrictions, as well as past and current attempts at limiting...