The Hinderaker-Ward Experience, Episode 50: Zimmerman and More

Brian Ward and I taped Episode 50 of the Hinderaker-Ward Experience a few hours ago. With the George Zimmerman jury still deliberating, we recapped the case and its cultural and political, as well as legal, significance. We had a fun conversation with guest Jeff Johnson, who is seeking the Republican nomination to take on Minnesota’s appalling governor, Mark Dayton.

Our Loon of the Week was a poet–well, you can be the judge of that–who speculates on what might happen if a certain organ was a firearm. You can probably guess what television station won our This Week In Gatekeeping prize. And we welcomed HWX Listener/Ricochet Member of the Week Patrick Gibbs, who was the first to name a prior podcast’s phrase that pays in the Ricochet comments section.

All in all, another entertaining episode.

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