This week Steve Discourse and Jay Calli dive into some threats and possible solutions for climate change; clarify the Supreme Court case of Byron Allen vs Comcast; and ask why a new report shows shocking rises in chronic health disorders for Millennials (hint: we work too much!!)
Yeah we’re back once again! This week’s stories all cover a similar theme: people are stressed, budgets are tight and we need some breathing room!
Brooklynites storm the subway over policing.
San Franciscans take over the BART platform over a sandwich arrest.
Chicago Mayor gives folks a break on their water bills, other citations.
And a glimmer of hope??? The rise of the 4-day work week!!!!
Finally, we talk with homeless families advocate Jewel Stroman on the needs and obstacles facing folks in transition!
JAY CALLI IS BACK!
This week we find out how the Chicago Teacher’s Union resolved their strike, we get a little bit of movement on the impeachment process, we learn that police can blow up your house for free, and we discuss how Amazon’s facial recognition software is not great at… facial recognition.
ONE of us is BACK with an exciting episode this week! Tune in to find out who. Guest hosting is Dominique Lamb, DC based non-profit owner and real estate broker. She has an awesome new podcast called “We Teach Love” (on most podcast platforms) dedicated to proactively teaching the right ways to love in all our relationships (not just identifying the warning signs of harmful relationships).
Dominique and Steve are currently developing a podcast (set to launch early 2020) that explores EVERYTHING real estate. Not just everything related to individuals buying and selling homes, but EVERYTHING like the historical trends of home ownership and racial redlining, how to invest in yourself without exploiting or displacing the existing community, current debates in zoning and development and SO MUCH MORE. Stay tuned!
Check out Dominique’s real estate services at http://www.Havenfirm.com
Hey ya’ll! Here’s the extended conversation with Jim Becker for those of you who want even more of the details on this Trump/Ukraine scandal. We’ve also got some links provided by Jim for further context, like some of the transcripts and text messages he refers to in the episode.
This week Steve Discourse and Jay Calli touch bases on the Chicago teacher strike, homelessness, and the tragic police killing of Atatiana Jefferson.
We also ask why Elizabeth Warren is trolling Mark Zuckerberg and should Facebook be fact checking political ads, or just rake in the cash?
We also ALSO ask our political analyst Jim Becker to try and give us all the details on the Impeachment Inquiry without really giving us ALL the details cause there’s A LOT to sift through.
As always comment you thoughts and feedback to us on Instagram and sometimes Twitter @Stevediscourse and @itsJayCalli. You can also send us support through CashApp and Venmo @WTDpod and http://www.Patreon.com/whatsthedeal
The past week teachers in Chicago have been on strike. What makes this strike particularly interesting is their demands. BEFORE they discuss their own pay and benefits, teachers are demanding that various issues related to student welfare are addressed, including hiring librarians, nurses and other staff which many schools in the city lack.
Earlier in 2019 Steve Discourse and Jay Calli explored these complex issues and we thought this would be a perfect time to revisit some of our conversations. Here we have interviews with teacher Brandon Frye, and school psychologist Jasmine Fassett. Student success is tied to SO MUCH more than just teachers presenting material, and these two AMAZING educators help us dig deep into the needs, obstacles and best practices to benefit the WHOLE student.
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YES that’s right, hosts Steve Discourse and Jay Calli are BACK with their long awaited, anticipated, highly demanded, triumphant return to podcasting! (now on Spotify!)
In this week’s episode we discuss the most recent Trump social media scandal and the tragic and confusing fallout from the Amber Guyger murder verdict. We also explore the connection between rent prices and homelessness, and ask if it makes any sense AT ALL for Artificial Intelligence to be faking like humans in your comments section.
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What up family! This week National Security Advisor John Bolton is really trying to start a war with Iran… to keep from crying we laugh at his ugly mug.
We also gotta dig into these abortion ban bills, and we answer the question: why is the US birthrate hitting a 32 year record low???
And you CAN’T MISS our one person conversation about Game of Thrones!
What more would you need from a podcast??????
Yeeeeeooooooowwww! We’re back and we got a doozy this week. Follow us on Instagram @stevediscourse and @itsjaycalli
Ayesha Curry had a lot of fellas int their feelings, exposing THEIR insecurities
Should social media really be censoring speech? (And how Twitter can’t tell white supremacists and Republican lawmakers apart)
Another school shooting, as teachers get the right to pack heat in classrooms
And the moment we’ve all been waiting for!!!! Trump’s TAXES!!!!
You know we got more than that on deck so tune in ASAP!