The Power Line Show, Ep. 139: The 1619 Project, and Our Rotten Universities

Just in time for your weekend listening pleasure, a special double-header-end-of-summer Power Line Show features Steve and, in a special guest turn, John venting about the “1619 Project” along with “Lucretia,” Power Line’s International Woman of Mystery. The “1619 Project” is so badly flawed that in the coming weeks we’re going to produce a series of special shows going point-by-point through its poisonous defects, and explaining why the color-blind principles of the old civil rights movement, derived from the Declaration of Independence, are the best hope for unifying the American people.

And that’s just the warm-up act. The second half of today’s show features Steve and John Yoo in a recent joint appearance on the topic of the rot in our universities today. If this combo doesn’t help you milk the soft power dividend in these final dog days of summer, then nothing will.

Exit music this week is Eric Clapton’s “The Core,” which is fitting for a discussions of universities that no longer have a solid core.

You know what to do: listen here or download from our hosts at Ricochet.  And if you haven’t already done so yet, please consider cruising the Med with me and friends in October. A good time is guaranteed!

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