The latest episode of the Young Americans is brought to you by Ricochet (of course), and by the concept of ownership: of libs, an increasingly popular posture on the right, including among young conservatives, and of homes, which young people are apparently not buying. The Young Americans attempt to explore and explain both of these trends, while learning in the end that what mattered most was the friends they made along the way. (Awww…)

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  1. Barry Jones Thatcher
    Barry Jones
    @BarryJones

    I don’t want to own the libs…I already have a cat, so why would I need another mouth to feed that will just lay around the house wanting me to feed them on demand and sleeps the rest of the day away?

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  2. Jeff Hawkins Coolidge
    Jeff Hawkins
    @JeffHawkins

    a bit of constructive criticism that may be only pertaining to my opinion (and as Andy Kindler once said, my demographic is people who look like me who are me)

    I enjoy Jack’s drollness on Jonah’s pods…but loosen up the tie a bit on this one Jack.  Both you and Mark sort of come off as young people playing wonks where I think the target this is more of a fun conversational show.  I think this is a great idea for a podcast for a younger demo, but the tone to me hasn’t been reflecting it. 

    and as a smark alecky gen-x type, I will continue to listen so I can gain intel on how to destroy your generation, as I plan to live forever

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  3. Kevin K Inactive
    Kevin K
    @KevinK

    Jeff Hawkins (View Comment):
    and as a smark alecky gen-x type, I will continue to listen so I can gain intel on how to destroy your generation, as I plan to live forever

    Not sure you’re supposed to say that out loud.

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