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In this episode, Karlyn Borysenko discusses her unexpected rise to prominence as a commentator and Youtube content creator. She also discusses her political evolution and more.
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This is a "lost" episode of the podcast which features a discussion of John Rawls' Theory of Justice. The episode also includes a discussion about the importance of legal advocacy. The episode was recorded in the summer of 2019.
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2019 was a terrible year for mainstream journalism. Denise Quinn and Spencer Welter join James to discuss some of the more embarrassing press moments of the year. The group also discuss political conversion, its potential trappings, and more.
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Spencer Welter appears to discuss his work with the parks department and its intimate relationship with the homeless population.
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The Hidden Tribes study reveals the tendencies of people on the left, right, and center. It explores these differences, demonstrates some surprising results, and seeks to find common cause among the general American electorate.
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The first official guest on the Disabuse Podcast is "Michael," a professor at an institution of higher learning who discusses life as a closet conservative in Academia.
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