Donald Trump keeps opening his mouth at what appears to be inopportune times. In doing so, people question his commitment to free speech. However, the events at Charlottesville also make people question free speech and whether or not there are limits. Should there be? What effect does the President have on calling people for engaging in speech? Jay and Neal talk to the NY Daily News editorial board member, Robert George about these issues in depth. Be sure to listen!

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The Conservatarians (aka, Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet’s Stephen Miller) talk with Robert A. George of the New York Daily News about Trump’s VP choice, Black Lives Matter, and the joys of improv comedy. We also process breaking news about Nice, predict convention speakers, and wonder why Obama refuses to rise to the occasion.

Intro and outro music is “Public Image” by PiL. Jon’s music pick this week is “Ha” by HTRK. Stephen’s music pick is “Cobblestones” by Say Hi. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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