A Bad Trip

In this week’s episode, James and Toby discuss whether the current heatwave is evidence of global warming, whether the Conservative Party leadership election is “rigged” by the World Economic Forum and who is likely to win.

Other topics tackled include the looming winter food shortages, the suspension of the Online Harms Bill and the motives of the global liberal elite who want to censor the Internet.

In Culture Corner, James recalls his misspent youth while reviewing How to Change Your Mind, the new Netflix documentary series about psychedelics drugs, Toby sees Adam Sandler’s NBA movie Hustle (Netflix), and listens to the best ever talking book, Dune.

Opening sound this week is Kemi Badenoch’s closing argument from the Tory Leadership Debate, courtesy of ITV News.

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  1. Taras Coolidge
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    If James Delingpole says global warming is a hoax, I guess that means the theory must be better supported than I thought.

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  2. LukeWVa Listener
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    “The X-Chair is my favorite for sitting in the house FOR ANY REASON.”   I can think of a reason one usually sits every day that would require a different perch.

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