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Guests: Adam Carrington, David Bernhardt, & Matthew Young
Host Scot Bertram talks with Adam Carrington, Associate Professor of Politics at Hillsdale College, about a recent essay shining a spotlight on our forgotten founding document, the Northwest Ordinance. David Bernhardt, former United States Secretary of the Interior, takes us inside the highest levels of government with his new book You Report to Me: Accountability for the Failing Administrative State. And Matthew Young, Dean of Natural Sciences and Professor of Chemistry at Hillsdale, returns for another preview of his recent online course as we discuss the periodic table.
Adam Carrington at 1:02
David Bernhardt at 11:41
Matthew Young at 32:50
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What a depressing section with the former secretary. When becoming secretary, he asks Trump who he reports to. Why me of course. Yeah, that’s what the Constitution says but who do I really report to? In past, secretaries went through the chief of staff. With Trump, he went straight to him and got answers in 24 hours. No wonder the administrative state hated him.