Conservatives And Labor, Divorce Rates Up, And Wisconsin’s Presidential Ballot

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Divorce rates are rising during the COVID-19 pandemic. We look at what’s behind the trend. We also hear a take about whether Republicans can create a new relationship with labor. And we look at the fight over the Wisconsin ballot and third-party candidates.

Featured in this Show

  • A Call For Conservatives To Work With Organized Labor And Workers

    A recent open letter called for conservatives to actively support and collaborate with American workers and even labor unions. We talk with a signatory about what the impetus was for the letter, and what success would look like.

  • A Look At The Rising Divorce Rates During The Pandemic

    New data shows that divorce rates in the U.S. have been skyrocketing over the course of the COVID-19 pandemic. We look at what’s driving the separation and which couples are being hit the hardest.

  • A Look At The Efforts To Get Third-Party Candidates On Wisconsin's Presidential Ballot

    The Wisconsin Supreme Court says election ballots cannot be sent until it decides whether the Green Party presidential ticket has qualified to be on the ballot. We get the latest on that as well as the push to get rapper Kanye West on the ballot, and how they could affect the race for president.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Judith Siers-Poisson Producer
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Kirk Doran Guest
  • Stephanie Coontz Guest
  • Shawn Johnson Guest