Also: Boffo Moz, and remembering Lisa Marie Presley
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I swear I’m not trying to make a thing of posting companion links but Moynihan’s round table with FIRE’s So to Speak podcast about the Muhammad drawing at Hamline posted last week. It was really good https://www.thefire.org/news/podcasts/so-speak-free-speech-podcast/costs-offending-religious-sensitivities
Just downloaded the Political Beats Smith’s episode 🙌🏼
Thank you for the shoutout Matt! Loved having the chance to share 'King Gilgamesh & the Man of the Wild.' with you. -Seth and team 'Gilgamesh'
Thank you for sharing the Political Beats tribute to The Smiths. That was pure joy!
You guys should have Michael write these now that he has extra time on his hands. Also now that he has free time, any chance he's going to work on that book he talked about? I think it was called "Bad history" or something along those lines.
Great show with creepy uncle Douge
I devoured Douglas Murray’s War on The West in about a week. Run don’t walk to read it!
In the spirit of the MLK holiday weekend... also via Chris Hayes, Eyes on the Prize documentary available on PBS:
Been lauded on the pod before. Well worth it.
Holy f*#karoos if this is true about George Santos:
On the day McCarthy says he will get committees.
Bloody Sunday in the cart! I’ve read a ton on Northern Ireland but somehow never got around to this
I'm a bit late to the party, but the Douglas Murray interview was top notch. Enjoyed every second of it!
Just finished watching the Munk Debate you all linked to. First of all...there were no clear winners as you suggest. I witnessed a series of anecdotes tossed around with hardly a whiff of objectively verifiable conclusions. The most disappointing to me was Malcom. I expected much better from him. but at the same time, Murray was poor and glib for the most part until his final statement. Second...to all four on the panel: Do they believe all consumers of any media, mainstream or not, have any agency whatsoever? FFS.
I love listening to Douglas Murray. His understanding of how things are is unparalleled, in my experience.