Nov 30, 2022
Today we discuss New York City Mayor Eric Adams's decision to seek the involuntary commitment of mentally ill street and subway people. How did we get to this point, and why, and will this help? And is the Senate's vote to enshrine gay marriage into federal law a landmark—and in what way? Give a listen.
Nov 29, 2022
Today's podcast takes up the bizarre behavior of Republican election supervisors in a small county in Arizona who do not want to certify their election results—and the fact that if they were to succeed, a House seat would flip to the Democrats. How crazy is that? Not as crazy, perhaps, as the anti-Semitism-enabling...
Nov 28, 2022
James B. Meigs, our Tech Commentary columnist, joins the podcast today to talk about the protests in China and how they relate to what we know about the Chinese government's response to COVID—and our own government's response. Plus, is Elon Musk just acting crazy or is he up to something interesting? Give a listen.
Nov 23, 2022
Today's podcast takes up Joe Biden's extension of an "emergency" allowing him to suspend college loan payments, the revelation that the shooter in Colorado Springs is "non-binary," and our true feelings about turkey. Happy Thanksgiving and give a listen.
Nov 22, 2022
Today we take up the reaction to the horrible shooting in the Colorado Springs club, which has already been blamed on people concerned about the rise of transgenderism rather than on the fairly evident psychosis of the shooter, who sought to bomb his own mother. Give a listen.