Churchill for a Sunday Afternoon (or Monday. . .)

On my last swing through Washington several weeks back Bill Kristol invited me to sit for one of his “Conversations with Kristol” interviews on the subject of what can be learned about statesmanship from Winston Churchill. The topic is inspired partly because of the success of the Darkest Hour film, and also because of the leftist backlash the film generated, which I have commented upon here a few times now.

The video was posted yesterday, and you can either take in through the window below, or download it as a podcast from iTunes here.

I’m en route right now to an undisclosed for an actual vacation, so posts will be relatively light for the next couple of days. But there will be a fresh episode of the Power Line podcast coming tomorrow, so stay tuned.

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