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Mona and Jay welcome polymath Kevin Williamson to the podcast this week. If there’s a subject that either Kevin or Jay don’t know a lot about, it’s probably not worth knowing. Kevin talks about his new book The End Is Near and It’s Going to be Awesome and answers the question: Have we lost the people?
Then the regulars note that MSNBC has hired the old commie spokesman Vladimir Pozner. How can they distinguish him from the rest of the crew over there? They then segue to the handshake between Obama and Castro, the open mike moment at the UN a couple of weeks ago, Nelson Mandela’s greatness, why Evgeny Kissin changed his nationality, and more.
Music from this week’s episode:
Evgeny Kissin – Étude Op. 10, No. 12 in C minor ‘Revolutionary’
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