Mar 26 • 1HR 15M

Advanced Bovine Numismatics

Jonah Goldberg
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On today’s Ruminant, Jonah, now recovered from Monday’s birthday revelry, has thoughts on everything from hamburger conspiracies to the history of great societies. After beginning with another deep dive into the evolution of media bias, he turns to the Ketanji Brown Jackson confirmation hearings, which have turned out to be surprisingly boring despite a few moments of painful stupidity. Stick around to hear Jonah evaluate Nikole Hannah-Jones’ argument that tipping is a product of slavery, and to find out why truth is currently winning the day in American politics.

Show Notes:

- The Remnant with Brian Riedl

- Michael Barone’s Our Country

- Wednesday’s “news”letter

- The media bias paradox

- The Cornell “guns on campus” crisis

- The Remnant with Kevin Williamson

- Mayor Quimby

- Noah Rothman on “credible accusation”

- The Economist on the siege of Mariupol

- Why Nations Fail

- Last Friday’s G-File