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The Supreme Court has released two highly anticipated and controversial rulings about race, sexual identity, and discrimination. First, colleges and universities may no longer give preferential status to applicants based on their race. Is the end of affirmative action really the catastrophe some are claiming? And a web designer will not be required by law to create websites for same-sex weddings. Is this ruling a defeat for LGBT rights, or a victory for free speech? And why has the reporting about both of these cases been so misleading? Also this week, a new government super-computer will determine whether we should geo-engineer the atmosphere to block out the sun. What could possibly go wrong? And Phil blows things up in rural Michigan.

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0:00 - Intro


1:32 - Show Starts


3:11 - Theme Song


3:33 - Sponsor - Faithful Counseling


4:42 - Sponsor - Hiya Health


5:50 - 4th of July Recap

10:25 - Supercomputer to determine whether to block the Sun


19:08 - Correction from last week


22:00 - Affirmative Action


42:56 - Sponsor - AG1


44:26 - Sponsor - Sundays Dog Food


45:40 - 303 Creative Supreme Court Decision


1:15:06 - End Credits

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Supercomputer Will Help Decide whether to Block the Sun

Honestly with Bari Weiss Podcast

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