2:14: Abortion at the Supreme Court.
19:07: Mayor Bill de Blasio expands the vaccine mandate to private sector jobs and to kids five and up.
32:20: Weekly Listener Question: Any plans to do any live tapings or special events with the Roundtable crew?
37:15: BONUS Second Listener Question: Why do you think it's important not just to celebrate the principles of liberty, but also to actually engage with things people create with their freedoms?
42:12: Media recommendations for the week. (And click here for all the Roundtable's media recommendations, ever.)
This week's links:
- "#FedSoc2021 and Dobbs," by Josh Blackman
- "Without Promising Alternatives to the 'Viability' Rule, the Supreme Court Seems Inclined to Ditch Its Abortion Precedent," by Jacob Sullum
- "Dobbs and the Fate of the Conservative Legal Movement," by J. Joel Alicea
- "The Laissez Faire Origins of the Supreme Court's Abortion Precedents," by Damon Root
- "NYC Expands Vaccine Mandate to Whole Private Sector, Ups Dose Proof to 2 and Adds Kids 5-11," by Romney Smith and Tracie Strahan
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Assistant production by Regan Taylor
Music: "Angeline," by The Brothers Steve