This week, Eric, Dan, and Dylan rummage around a grab bag of topics for this potpourri episode of the podcast. First up: The expiration of Title 42, the pandemic-era border-security measure. Will its going away create new problems at the border? Almost certainly. But the policy can’t stay if the pandemic is, according to the federal government, over. If Congress could find a way to do its job, it could reinstitute a similar policy. Next, a communist coffee shop in Toronto closes. Might it have been a good idea to be open before 9 a.m., when most people want coffee? The laws of economics and the marketplace will get you every time. Then, is it appropriate for women to wear yoga pants in public? Is it even appropriate to wear yoga pants for yoga? Penultimately, the guys marvel at the tale of La Sombrita, a piece of metal that’s supposed to provide light and shade at bus stops in Los Angeles that does neither and came at the low, low cost of $200,000 and three years in development. And finally, Pastor Tim Keller is remembered a few days after he passed away at the age of 72.


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What Is Title 42? What Its End Means for Immigration and U.S.-Mexico Border | Wall Street Journal


What Part of Legal Immigration Don’t You Understand? | Reason


The Anarchist: Toronto’s anti-capitalist cafe is permanently closing | Daily Hive


DieWorkwear Twitter Thread on Yoga Pats and Menswear


La Sombrita, or, How to Fail at Infrastructure | Cato Institute


Engaging the Culture for Christ | Stephen O. Presley, Acton Institute


Died: Tim Keller, New York City Pastor Who Modeled Winsome Witness | Christianity Today


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