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Foreign policy and mid-terms: anybody care? The Obama administration’s and NBC’s whitewash of the news in Ukraine. Then, AEI’s Arthur Herman joins to gives us more perspective on the Ukraine and the leviathan oil field. Later, Washington Examiner’s Byron York on the woman who shall not be named, Republican chances of taking the Senate, and what politicians are Cruzing for a bruising? Finally, the Comcast/Tim-Warner merger, and why do some posts get edited or redacted? A Ricochet Podcast investigation: the answer may surprise you.
Music from this week’s episode:
Theme from Tetris by London Philharmonic Orchestra and Andrew Skeet
The Ricochet Podcast opening theme was composed and produced by James Lileks.
In Russia, podcasters photoshop EJHill.
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