David French of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America discuss Harvard’s decision to rescind the admittance of Kyle Kashuv, a Parkland shooting survivor and conservative, for controversial past statements. They analyze the general misinformation and public ignorance about Medicare-for-All. And for today’s crazy martini, they discuss O.J. Simpson joining the Twittersphere.

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  1. Penfold Member
    Penfold
    @Penfold

    I think Kyle Kashuv should be grateful for a narrow escape.  (From Harvard that is, in case you thought I was being callous about the school shooting.)

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  2. Taras Coolidge
    Taras
    @Taras

    Penfold (View Comment):

    I think Kyle Kashuv should be grateful for a narrow escape. (From Harvard that is, in case you thought I was being callous about the school shooting.)

    You’d think, being attacked by evil trolls would be a badge of honor.   I am not on Twitter but, under similar circumstances in the past, when I — calmly, rationally — reduced my opponent to howling personal abuse, I considered that winning the argument!

    N.B.:   If people are dredging up past sins, dredge up their past sins.  Unilateral disarmament is just a form of surrender.

    In future, Republicans and conservatives should consider matriculation from Harvard as a warning sign:   no matter what this person says, he is probably not really on our side, but a future “Never [fill in Republican nominee]”.

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