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This week, we’re fortunate to have two giants of America political punditry: the Washington Examiner’s Michael Barone and Hillsdale College professor (and Ricochet contributor) Paul Rahe. They opine on the current state of races across the country, and an early line on 2016. But before that, a deep dive on the current state of the Secret Service, take on Ricochet member TeamAmerica’s query Foreign Policy President Needed: Any Republicans Qualified? Also, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and whether or not we ought to be worried about Ebola in the good old USA.
Music from this week’s episode:
Don’t Stop by Fleetwood Mac
The opening sequence for the Ricochet Podcast was composed and produced by James Lileks.
Release the hounds, EJHill.
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