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You used to hate apples, but now you love them. We change our minds on many different things, but what about when it comes to politics — especially when things are so polarized? We explore why it's so hard to change our minds.

Guests:

There is rarely unanimous agreement among the justices of the current Supreme Court of the United States, which means that for every majority opinion written, there is a dissenting one. We look at the influence dissenting opinions can have on future Supreme Court rulings.

Guest:

  • Edward Cantu is an associate professor at University of Missouri - Kansas City, School of Law.

Is ‘Kansas City Nice’ Stifling Innovation?

Feb 4, 2016
Startland

This article was originally published on Startland News.

Let me start off by saying, I love Kansas City.

I love the humility. I love the blue-collar work ethic. I love the hospitality. I love the cost of living. In fact, I couldn’t be more proud to be a Kansas Citian. (I haven’t gone a day since the World Series without wearing at least one article of Royals or Kansas City gear.)