On Day 4 of the Great Covington Kerfuffle, your friendly neighborhood Reason editors—Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie, Matt Welch, and Peter Suderman—staggered into the recording booth for the Editors' Roundtable version of the Reason Podcast, and tried to squeeze out any available lessons about journalism, social media, and getting through this great thing called life.
Along the way we talked about Buzzfeed's investigatory implosion, the latest in government shutdown, Kamala Harris' official announcement that she's running for president, the wonderful things we learned at LibertyCon, and (of course) Baby Hitler. It might not be the podcast America needs, but certainly the one it deserves.
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Audio production by Ian Keyser and Mark McDaniel.
Relevant links from the show:
"Twitter Suspends User Who First Spread Covington Catholic Video," by Elizabeth Nolan Brown
"Will Donald Trump Be Impeached Over a Hotel?" by Elizabeth Nolan Brown
"If You Want to See the Future of Political Trolling—and Elections—Look to Alabama," by Nick Gillespie
"Trump's Dreamer-for-Wall Proposal Isn't a Good Faith Deal," by Shikha Dalmia
"Rather Than Running for President, Maybe Joe Biden Should Just Launch an Apology Tour," by Scott Shackford
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