Heather’s deep dive into African American literature … The impact of George Floyd on violent crime rates … Heather: Why doesn’t the mainstream media cover the violent deaths of black children? … The difficulty of addressing black out-of-wedlock birth rates … Who has the moral authority to advocate for traditional family structures? … Heather: Giuliani was one of America’s greatest mayors … Glenn: Lowering academic standards threatens the foundation of our civilization … Looking for Black leadership … Was the reaction to the crack epidemic a “moral panic”? …

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  1. Leslie Watkins Member
    Leslie Watkins
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    Fantastic podcast! I imagine Glenn knows of (probably even knew) the late great Albert Murray, who also felt part of America, despite its human flaws. They seem to have similar sensibilities. I remember Murray telling Bryan Lamb on C-Span that he disagreed with most black critics that whites shouldn’t play the blues. In fact, he went on to say that he could envision many a white woman living in the suburbs feeling the blues, noting that the point of playing the blues is not to wallow in but to get out of them. Ha! I thought. This is someone who gets it. All of it.

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