(01:16) Privilege: Sean previews his newest article on the Radical Secular blog. Christophe and Sean discuss.
(04:41) Democracy Engine: Jonathan Zucker describes his background and experience, including the innovative work his organization, Democracy Engine, is doing around fundraising.
(29:27) State of the Union: Jonathan provides expert analysis of America’s current political moment. The discussion includes the reasons for Biden’s positive approval rating as well as the historical, current, and future demographic trends shaping American politics.
(01:07:15) Amazon and the Labor Movement: Jonathan weighs in on the failed attempt at unionization at the Amazon warehouse in Bessemer, Alabama and the prospects for a rejuvenated American labor movement. The conversation necessarily includes the Pro Act, the filibuster, and Senator Joe Manchin.
(01:17:53) Supreme Court: Jonathan explains the harsh realities of the current Supreme Court and the state of the federal judiciary. The conversation includes the Court’s radical redefinition of “religious liberty” particularly in the context of the Court’s ruling in Tandon v. Newsom.
I’m Not Wealthy, But I Sure Am Privileged, by Sean Prophet
Democracy Engine: Jonathan Zucker’s Non-Profit Organization
The Amazon union vote is over. Here’s what happens now.
The Supreme Court Broke Its Own Rules to Radically Redefine Religious Liberty