547 French Friday: Selling Out, Gay Wedding Websites, & How People Change
David French shares about his move to The New York Times, and why MAGA Conservatives call him a “sell out” when journalism on the far right is where the big money is found. Then, Skye and David discuss the 303 Creative case at the Supreme Court. Is creating a website a service or is it speech? The answer will determine whether the government may compel some religious businesses to support same-sex weddings. And new research shows diversity training is largely ineffective. Why do we continue to believe pre-packaged programs—both inside and outside the church—are how to change beliefs and behaviors?
0:00- Sponsor: Blueprint 1543
1:09 - Intro
2:23 - David French to New York Times
16:33 - Diversity Training
41:08 - 303 Creative
1:03:24 - End Credits
David French: https://twitter.com/DavidAFrench
Links mentioned in interview
“David French Joins The Times as an Opinion Columnist” - https://www.nytco.com/press/david-french-joins-the-times-as-an-opinion-columnist/
“The Most Important Thing You Read Today” - https://thedispatch.com/newsletter/frenchpress/the-most-important-thing-you-read-today/
“The Art of Compulsion” - https://thedispatch.com/newsletter/gfile/the-art-of-compulsion/
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