Aaron/ October 2, 2018/ Episodes/ 0 comments

In the first ever guest-episode, guest Austin Collins joins Aaron in exploring both the legal and psychological reasons why the Kavanaugh hearings have been an unmitigated disaster for both sides of the aisle – and why neither party has ended up looking good. Austin also discusses what majors make you more likely to end up in law school, while Aaron reveals a serial-killer’s little-known last words, and Godwin’s law is broken by both of them.

Thomas Kirby on Memory Science and the Kavanaugh Case: www.weeklystandard.com/thomas-w-kirby/brett-kavanaugh-supreme-court-what-memory-science-can-tell-us-about-christine-fords-allegations

Bret Stephens’ discussion of the case in the New York Times:www.nytimes.com/2018/09/21/opinion/blasey-kavanaugh-assault-allegations-truth.html

A brief discussion of emotional decision making: www.psychologytoday.com/intl/blog/what-mentally-strong-people-dont-do/201602/4-ways-emotions-can-screw-your-decisions

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