Episode: 461. Casserole of Mystery


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461. Casserole of Mystery

Another busy week (is there any other kind?) and our intrepid podcasters cover it all: is The New York Times'; 1619 Project the definitive (new) history of the United States? Spoiler alert: no. Hoover Institution and self-titled Grumpy Economist John Cochrane joins to discuss the possibility of a recession, and later, our own (well, by marriage) Seth Mandel (OK, he also edits The Washington Examiner Magazine) stops by to discuss the President's uh, unusual language when discussing members of the Hebrew faith, and why Rashida Tlaib and Ilhan Omar really do employ anti-Semitic tropes on a regular basis. Finally, should we all start eating plant-based "beef"? Our podcasters debate and their opinions may surprise you.

Music from this week's show: All That Meat And No Potatoes by Louis Armstrong


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