A Night with Yoo and You

 

John Yoo, distinguished Professor of Law, McRib aficionado and resident legal analyst on the Ricochet Podcast, has a new book coming out – Defender In Chief: Donald Trump’s Fight for Presidential Power.

And on Wednesday night, August 5th he’ll be taking your questions on a Member’s Event Zoomcast hosted by Law Talk‘s Troy Senik.

Sharpen your pencils and your minds and bring your best questions! (And if you’re not a member, you can be!) Who knows? You might even win an autographed copy of the book!

 

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  1. James Gawron Thatcher
    James Gawron
    @JamesGawron

    Yoo, Yoo, Yoo!,

    Sorry, John, I got carried away.

    Regards,

    Jim

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  2. Lois Lane Coolidge
    Lois Lane
    @LoisLane

    If conservatives had groupies, I’d be one for John Yoo. Woo hoo! :)

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  3. Troy Senik Contributor
    Troy Senik
    @TroySenik

    Lois Lane (View Comment):

    If conservatives had groupies, I’d be one for John Yoo. Woo hoo! :)

    He’s overrated

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  4. James Gawron Thatcher
    James Gawron
    @JamesGawron

    Troy Senik (View Comment):

    Lois Lane (View Comment):

    If conservatives had groupies, I’d be one for John Yoo. Woo hoo! :)

    He’s overrated

    Troy,

    Don’t be a wet blanket. He just needs a little theme music.

    Regards,

    Jim

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  5. Randy Webster Member
    Randy Webster
    @RandyWebster

    I’d love to have John Yoo as a professor. I’m not so sure about Richard Epstein.

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  6. Lois Lane Coolidge
    Lois Lane
    @LoisLane

    Troy Senik (View Comment):

    Lois Lane (View Comment):

    If conservatives had groupies, I’d be one for John Yoo. Woo hoo! :)

    He’s overrated

    Say it ain’t so, Troy. Say it ain’t so!

    I feel confident he’d live up to my expectations, even though he’s a lawyer, because at least he’s not a politician. :)

    I’d even go eat at McDonalds with him, and I have not had a meal at McDonalds in about thirty years.

    I mean, I still wouldn’t eat the McRib, but I could choke down some French fries and a strawberry shake.

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  7. Arthur Beare Member
    Arthur Beare
    @ArthurBeare

    Nice ad.

    So how, exactly, do we join this zoomcast?

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  8. EJHill Podcaster
    EJHill
    @EJHill

    Arthur Beare (View Comment):

    Nice ad.

    So how, exactly, do we join this zoomcast?

    Next week we will post the link inside a pinned post on the member feed. Just follow the link.

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  9. Jeff Hawkins Coolidge
    Jeff Hawkins
    @JeffHawkins

    He better be eating a McRib

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  10. Charlotte Member
    Charlotte
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    Ricochet Editors' Desk: A Night with Yoo and You

    So that’s what Friedrich von Trapp was going on about…

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  11. namlliT noD Member
    namlliT noD
    @DonTillman

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  12. Goldgeller Member
    Goldgeller
    @Goldgeller

    I am really interested in checking this out. I love the Law Talk podcast too much. Though I am interested in how John squares his early criticism of Trump with, what I understand from the recent Ricochet podcast, his approval of his overall governance. 

    Also, we need Adrian Vermeule on a podcast. I’d love to know what Yoo thinks the AV both in terms of his actual beliefs and just about maybe being the “odd man out” in the faculty. 

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  13. Spin Inactive
    Spin
    @Spin

    Troy Senik (View Comment):

    Lois Lane (View Comment):

    If conservatives had groupies, I’d be one for John Yoo. Woo hoo! :)

    He’s overrated

    Where the hell have you been, Troy?

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  14. MISTER BITCOIN Member
    MISTER BITCOIN
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    Regarding royalties, I believe the standard rate is 15% for the author.

    Greg Mankiw has made 42 million dollars from his economics textbook.

    He no longer teaches intro economics at Harvard – can you blame him?

     

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