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School Choice, Embryos, and Trump's Potential Second Term

School Choice, Embryos, and Trump's Potential Second Term

Update: 2024-03-06
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In this episode of Practically Political, hosts Dave Spencer and Carrie Sheffield engage in a lively discussion on several pressing political issues. They start by examining Alabama's decision to grant personhood to embryos and its potential impact on IVF treatments, debating the ethics and political implications.

Next, they delve into the topic of school choice, addressing the mixed record of charter schools and the perceived hypocrisy of politicians who oppose school choice while sending their own children to private schools.

The conversation then shifts to foreign policy, as they discuss Donald Trump's stance on NATO and the importance of member countries meeting their financial commitments to the alliance.

Finally, Dave and Carrie speculate about what a potential second term for Donald Trump could look like, expressing concerns about his authoritarian tendencies and the challenges of Joe Biden's age and leadership.

Throughout the episode, the hosts offer their unique perspectives and engage in thoughtful, sometimes contentious dialogue on these complex issues facing the nation.


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School Choice, Embryos, and Trump's Potential Second Term

School Choice, Embryos, and Trump's Potential Second Term

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