The Hinderaker-Ward Experience, Episode 70: Me and Yoo, and a Dog Named Boo


On tonight’s episode of the Hinderaker-Ward Experience, we reviewed the news of the day:

* Brian’s favorite beer for a Thursday night broadcast in the Spring

* the Donald Sterling imbroglio and our alienation from the culture

* the upcoming Congressional inquiries into the Benghazi and IRS scandals

* the predictive power of poll results on Obama’s performance vs. soft issues like women’s issues and gay marriage

* The continuing obsession of Harry Reid and the Washington Post with the Koch Bros.

Point of Attack04And we were joined by guest John Yoo, author of a new book, Point of Attack: Preventive War, International Law, and Global Welfare. We talked about the book, which goes against the current political grain by advocating a more robust international role for the United States, and also about Professor Yoo’s role as the conservative canary in the coal mine–the first conservative figure, I think, who was subjected to the left’s hate campaign that we have now seen unleashed on such diverse figures as Condoleezza Rice, Charles Murray, Ayaan Hirsi Ali, and many more.

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