He’s an author, a screenwriter, and essayist. Nominated for the Mystery Writers of America’s Edgar Award five times and has won twice. His weirdly named podcast, The Andrew Klavan Show is available right here on Ricochet. His new book is The Great Good Thing: A Secular Jew Comes to Faith in Christ.
We go long on this show (and we’re not just talking about one of our hosts, either). First up, the mayor of New York City wants to be your President. That’s good for the city (keeps him away for long stretches of time), and probably good for the current occupant of the White House too. Then, our good pal and co-podcaster Andrew Klavan joins to discuss his recent adventure at Stanford University and then sticks around for a detailed discussion about the pro-life bill that just passed in Alabama. Then, we remember architect I.M. Pei, and when James heads to airport, Peter and Rob talk more about the pro-life issue and its place in American life.
Music from this week’s show: You Can’t Be Too Strong by Graham ParkerMore