Dennis Prager stops by to discuss his new book, Still the Best Hope: Why the World Needs American Values to Triumph. It’s a fascinating discussion on evil, multiculturalism, liberty, and of course, classical music, art, architecture, and happiness (this is Dennis Prager, after all). Then, a discussion on happy dads, grateful VPs, and Lileks’ work habits. Personal to Ricochet member katiev: You’re the winner of this week’s Ricochet Podcast Member Post of The Week! We’ll be in touch.
Note: a thousand apologies for the audio quality during Dennis Prager’s segment. We stopped a couple of times to try and fix it to no avail. We’ll try and do better next time.
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