October in the faculty lounge means two things: Supreme Court previews and baseball talk. On this episode we're serving up both.
First, a look at the big cases before the high court this term: Will the justices step in to end gerrymandering? Can a Christian baker be forced to provide a cake for a gay wedding? And are public-sector unions in for a major loss of political power?
Then, is it time to blow up senators' ability to put judicial nominations on hold? Did Dianne Feinstein's questioning of a judicial nominee cross the line into anti-Catholic prejudice? And does Colin Kaepernick have a prayer of winning his collusion case against NFL owners?
All that plus we make our Super Bowl picks, get called to account for our World Series predictions, witness a rare instance of Epstein besting Yoo on a pop culture reference, and debate whether Senik is utterly replaceable or totally replaceable.
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