Discussed in the show:
4:21: The bad policies in the “Build Back Better” bill.
19:07: The Virginia gubernatorial race: What’s the significance of it being so close, so suddenly, and apparently a lot over education kerfuffles?
39:05: Weekly Listener Question: Is it consistent with libertarian principles to support public- or private-sector vaccine mandates that don’t provide a reasonable accommodation for those that have legitimate concerns?
52:34: Media recommendations for the week.
This week’s links:
- “Biden’s New Spending Framework Promises To Do Everything but Still Cost Nothing. That Doesn’t Make Sense.” by Eric Boehm
- “Joe Biden Will Let World Leaders Know He Wants To Spend a Lot of Money on Climate Change,” by Christian Britschgi
- “Barack Obama Loves Children So Much He Wants to Make Daycare ALOT More Expensive,” by Nick Gillespie
- “What it’s like to be on the front lines of the school board culture war,” by Anya Kamenetz
- “CNN Poll: Most Democrats favor a bigger bill on social safety net and climate,” by Jennifer Agiesta and Ariel Edwards-Levy
- “‘Parents’ rights’ is code for white race politics,” by Juan Williams
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Audio production by Ian Keyser
Assistant production by Regan Taylor
Music: “Angeline,” by The Brothers Steve