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Another action packed show: Is the lockdown over or is this just intermission? Hey, did John Bolton write a book? Did the Supreme Court hand down some decisions?
Leading off our guest spots this week is Coleman Hughes who has been on our radar for a while. In this moment, we thought it was high time he was on your’s, too. Be sure and read his essay Stories and Data: Reflections on race, riots, and police at City Journal as we discuss on the show. His other essays are also well worth your time.
Then, Commentary Magazine Senior Editor Abe Greenwald (he of the world famous Commentary Podcast) stops by to discuss The Great Unraveling, the must-read Op-Ed up their site.
Finally, Peter Robinson has his moment on the Wheel, and with the help of Ricochet member @weeping, we say so long to Uncle Ben and Aunt Jemima.
Music from this week’s show: Everyday People by Sly and The Family Stone
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