Tag: Al Jazeera

Welcome to this special edition of the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast – because, well, because, …, because, because, because, because, becaaaauuuuse – because we wanted to do more to fill the world with silly podcasts.

In this special edition we talk about three topics. First, what happened in Virginia? Was it the repudiation of Trumpism? Was it rather the repudiation of NeverTrumpism? Is there any meaningful justification for the continued existence in the pundit sphere of Evan McMullin, Bill Kristol, Jennifer Rubin, Bret Stephens, etc, etc, etc??? Mike tries his hardest to advance the “dignity in the White House”/”the (Grand Old) Party is better off out of power than being trodden upon by Trump” arguments of the McMullin holdouts amongst our listeners. We know you are out there. I won’t go as far as to say that we feel your pain.

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The Board of Directors of Al Jazeera America (AJA) announced to its staff this morning that the low-rated news channel operated by the Government of Qatar is shutting down at the end of April. Lesson 1 about TV: American viewers do not like foreign news. Lesson 2 about TV: Americans do not like news from […]

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A few days ago, I presented a round-up of online commentary with a decidedly anti-American bent, timed to coincide with Independence Day. Perhaps “anti-American” is too strong a word.  These were more like rhetorical wet blankets on your Fourth of July fireworks than anything remotely treasonous. Preview Open

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