Free trade with a hostile nation is a losing game.
The American Mind Podcast: The Roundtable Episode #137
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Subpoena Party | The Roundtable Ep. 137
As midterms loom, Biden’s DOJ is handing out subpoenas like they’re going out of style–which in a sense they may be, since a traditional election moratorium on political maneuvering makes coming for Trump an increasingly bad look. But at this point, will the public really believe that the DOJ is dispassionate? Or, for that matter, that the economy is under control? Biden seems to be hoping against hope that they will, throwing a White House celebration while a massive freight rail worker strike is looming and inflation is still over 8% for the year. Plus: famed attorney Kenneth Starr passed away this week. What legacy did he leave behind, and how has the use of celebrity in the White House affected our politics? Our editors analyze it all.
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