Hello, and welcome back to the Split Ticket! In this episode, we are very excited to host three guests from Prosper, TX, who share their experiences defending students’ first amendment rights: Haley Stack, Neha Madhira, and Lori Oglesbee. Along with our own Melanie Schnurr and Madeleine Leigh, they talk about why student voices matter and the legislation they are advocating for to protect them.
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Hello, and welcome to the first episode of 2019! In this episode Jayson Mears, Madeleine Leigh, Melanie Schnurr, and Paige Penningroth, along with host Liz Clary, discuss the current state of our environment, how it relates to politics, and possible solutions to our impending global problems.
Hello, and welcome back to The Split Ticket! This week, Dylan Gadberry, Madeleine Leigh, and Sterling McTee discuss Roe v. Wade, pro-life and pro-choice arguments, and why having this debate is so hard for Americans.
Hello, and welcome back to The Split Ticket! Today, Dylan Gadberry, Madeleine Leigh, Sterling McTee, and Paige Penningroth, along with host Brady Silas, discuss free speech, hate speech, and who has the power to regulate hate speech.
Hello, and welcome to the Halloween episode of The Split Ticket! Paige Harken, Camryn Kubicki, Madeleine Leigh, Paige Penningroth, Ireland Larsen, Sabina Idriz, Sterling McTee, Tanner Halleran, Dylan Gadberry, and host Liz Clarey discuss a whole range of conspiracy theories, including Scientology, Bohemian Grove, birds, the Mandela effect, UVB 76, 9/11, the Denver International Airport, and the Liberty Bell.
Hello, and welcome back to The Split Ticket! In this episode, Ben Rowray, Camryn Kubicki, Ireland Larson, and Madeleine Leigh, along with host Elizabeth Clarey, discuss some of the problems in America’s prison system.
Hello, and welcome to the first episode of The Split Ticket! In this episode David Mordini, Madeleine Leigh, Paige Harken, Tanner Halleran, and Melanie Schnurr, led by host Brady Silas, discuss what political polarization is, the forms that it takes, its roots, and what it means for our society as a whole. Also: where do we draw the line on forgiveness for politicians’ past actions? Which actions are unforgivable?