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There’s a lot to gab about this week, so it’s a good thing our hosts had some extra time. Among other things, the trio delve into the moral scolds who think it’d be a great idea to bowdlerize our favorite children’s stories; and they’re glad to hear how Vivek Ramaswamy will shake things up as the newest Republican candidate for 2024.
Then Eli Lake, who spoke with the hosts the day after the invasion, returns to assess Ukraine, Russia and the United States after one year. They get into Putin’s troubles, Europe’s surprising resilience, China’s alleged jump into the fray, and… nukes, of course.
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Curious to know where people are getting their news and facts about the war in Ukraine. @stevenhayward just had a great post at Powerline mildly questioning the Fox/CNN/MSNBC narrative.
I’m going to have to listen to a portion of this again. I’m not clear if Rob Long will only buy a Hurricane for someone at the New Orleans Ricochet Meetup if they are a brand new member, or if any of us can get the secret codeword from James.
Only for brand new members, unfortunately.