In today’s episode, we take a look at the just-decided case of Kolbe v. Hogan out of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit. Is this case as big a deal as people are saying it is?
We begin, however, with a preliminary question from patron Alice Ashton, who asks about the controversial flavor-of-the-week, recently deplatformed Milo Yiannopolous. Does knowing about a crime and not reporting it make you an accessory after the fact? Find out!
Next, we break down Kolbe v. Hogan and explain whether this recent decision lives up to the hype (and why)!
After our main segment, we answer another patron question, this one from Derek Timp, who has some questions about the separation of church and state.
Finally, we end with the answer to Thomas Takes the Bar Exam question #12 about that criminal squirrel-feeder. Remember that TTTBE issues a new question every Friday, followed by the answer on next Tuesday’s show. Don’t forget to play along by following our Twitter feed (@Openargs) and/or our Facebook Page and quoting the Tweet or Facebook Post that announces this episode along with your guess and reason(s)!
Andrew was a panel guest on The Thinking Atheist episode “Donald Trump’s America,” which you can listen to by clicking right here.
Also, Seth Andrews, host of the Thinking Atheist, has just released his “Secular State of the Union” address which you can listen to right here.
Show Notes & Links
- Thomas did a fabulous, full-length episode of Serious Inquiries Only about Milo; you should give that a listen.
- Alice’s question referenced a post and attached video on the Joe.My.God. website which you can see here.
- This is the text of the Kolbe v. Hogan decision.
- And here is DC v. Heller, 554 U.S. 570 (2008).
- Here’s a brief rundown of clergy serving in Congress.
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