Chad and I began the second hour of Saturday’s show by interviewing Kay Hymowitz of the Manhattan Institute on her new book, Marriage and Caste In America. It was an excellent interview, and I highly recommend the book; clicking on the graphic below will take you straight to Amazon.
During the third segment, we talked about the Scooter Libby trial, which remains in several respects a mystery to me. We closed out the program by awarding our coveted “This Week In Gatekeeping” award to the New York Times, which someday may retire the trophy, for its game effort–not its first game effort, either–to stand by its man, John Kerry, and his “botched joke.”
So it was another fun week. You can download or just listen to the podcast here. Or, as always, you can subscribe to our podcasts on iTunes by going here.
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