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Leading Questions w/Calvin Moore
97 minutes | Aug 27, 2021
Delta's Vaccination Mandate & America's Afghanistan Problem
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down with US veteran Robert Haglund and Professor Saeed Khan to discuss Delta's vaccination mandate made to its employees and the Biden Administration's decision to pull out militarily from Afghanistan.
76 minutes | Aug 6, 2021
What Is the Middle Class, Transgender Athletes (Again), and Reporters & Sovereign States
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down to discuss the implosion of transgender athlete Laurel Hubbard at the Olympics, how people perceive the middle class, and whether reporters take their lives into their own hands when they report stories from countries that do not share America's perspective on the Press. (Recorded August 2, 2021)
84 minutes | Aug 2, 2021
The Return of Leading Questions with Calvin Moore
Calvin, Kent, and Steve return to the airwaves after the untimely passing of their friend, David Phillips (owner of Podcast Detroit). Since David was the person who asked us to start a show, we believe the best way to honor his memory and legacy is for the show to go on. Welcome back, friends. In this episode, Calvin, Kent, and Steve discuss transgender athletes in the Olympics, the lengths and limits of free speech, and whether religious belief and belief in extraterrestrial life are compatible.
88 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
The Birth of Love
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down with 3 couples to discuss the beginning of their relationships.
101 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
Considering the Enneagram
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down and discuss the Enneagram and whether they feel it’s accurate.
97 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
To Name a Terrorist
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down with Dr. Peter Trumbore to discuss terrorism and foreign policy.
106 minutes | Feb 15, 2021
The Riot on Capitol Hill
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down to discuss the riot on Capitol Hill and what happens next.
105 minutes | Jan 18, 2021
2020 Year in Review
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down to discuss what happened in 2020 and what they’re hoping for in 2021. The post Leading Questions w/Calvin Moore – Year in Review first appeared on PodcastDetroit.com.
112 minutes | Jan 18, 2021
Has Christianity Failed Black People?
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down with a diverse group to discuss whether [American] Christianity has failed black people.
119 minutes | Jan 18, 2021
What’s Next for the #MeToo Movement
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down with a diverse group of women to talk about what’s next for the #MeToo Movement.
86 minutes | Nov 28, 2020
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down with a diverse group to discuss Thanksgiving traditions and why rolls don’t qualify as a side dish.
104 minutes | Nov 14, 2020
Election 2020: On the Election of Joe Biden
Calvin, Kent, & Steve sit down with Saeed Khan, Josh Lewis of the Saving Elephants podcast, and Jennifer Moore to discuss the election of Joe Biden to the presidency, the historic nature of Kamala Harris being the first female VP, and what the next four years might look like for both parties. (Broadcast/Recorded November 8, 2020)
109 minutes | Nov 14, 2020
Election 2020: Hypertheticals, Court-Packing, and the Electoral College
Calvin, Kent, & Steve sit down and play an interesting game called “Hypertheticals” before moving on to discuss the electoral college and court-packing if the Democrats win a majority in the Senate. (Broadcast/Recorded October 25, 2020)
95 minutes | Nov 14, 2020
Election 2020: On Amy Coney Barrett & The Future of the Supreme Court
Calvin, Kent, & Steve sit down the nomination (and now confirmation) of Amy Coney Barrett. (Broadcast/Recorded September 27, 2020)
100 minutes | Oct 27, 2020
Election 2020: On Culture Wars
Calvin, Kent, & Steve sit down with Saeed Khan and Josh Lewis to discuss their definitions of the “culture war,” whether evangelicals have leaned into political identity rather than into religious identity, Trump’s unlikely 2016 win, sex, free speech, and social justice. (Broadcast/Recorded September 27, 2020)
99 minutes | Oct 3, 2020
Election 2020: Ruth Bader Ginsburg & The Struggle for Civil Rights
Calvin, Kent, & Steve sit down to discuss the legacy of the late associate Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, what her death may mean for the future of the Court, and have a general discussion about the struggle for civil rights in America (Broadcast/Recorded September 20, 2020)
104 minutes | Sep 18, 2020
Election 2020: On The Environment
Calvin, Kent, & Steve sit down with Quillan Robinson of the American Conservation Coalition and Dr. Mozhgon Rajee of the Michigan Environmental Council to discuss the vulnerability of minority communities to environmental change, the financial cost of being environmentally conscious, the private sector vs. the public sector on environmental issues, and whether either the Republicans or the Democrats have done much to actually affect positive change when it comes to conservation.
52 minutes | Aug 21, 2020
Election 2020: An Interview with Michael Wear & Chris Butler
Calvin sits down with Michael Wear and Chris Butler to talk about their new book, “Compassion & Conviction: The And Campaign’s Guide to Faithful Civic Engagement.” In the interview they disucss how the And Campaign started and what its focus is, working alongside “cobelligerents,” the difficulty of religious people aligning with one particular political party, flexibility vs. rigidity when it comes to consider policies with moral implications, and the intersection of politics and race.
119 minutes | Aug 15, 2020
Election 2020: On Foreign Policy
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down with foreign policy experts Professor Saeed Khan (Wayne State University) & Dr. Peter Trumbore (Oakland University) to discuss America’s foreign policy strategy since the Cold War, if there is a substantive foreign policy position difference between parties and administrations, Donald Trump’s foreign policy stance, and whether economic sanctions have eroded America’s soft power. (Broadcast/Recorded August 9, 2020)
114 minutes | Aug 7, 2020
Election 2020: On Education
Calvin, Kent, and Steve sit down with Scott Brazeau, Saeed Khan, Julie Miller, and Carrie Phelps to discuss the role of government in education, the biggest obstacles to education, whether canceling college debt is achievable, preparing students for the real world, and working with students with special needs. (Broadcast/Recorded August 2, 2020)
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