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Latest Coronavirus Developments: An Interview with Dr. Amesh Adalja
Wide-ranging interview with infectious disease specialist Dr. Amesh Adalja, Senior Scholar at Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security. All the latest on the Coronavirus, including media coverage, politicization, a day in the life of a Dr./infectious disease specialist, risk factors/comorbidities, prospects for vaccines/cures/treatments/testing/tracing, and more!
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Yaron and Amy: Stealth Power Grabs of the Coronavirus Era (April 26 2020)
Today, after we catch up a little, we'll talk about several power grabs--actual or threatened--by various politicians, while everyone is (understandably) distracted by the Coronavirus threat.
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"Don't Let It Go": Interview with NZ Journalist and Author David Cohen
David Cohen joins Amy for a wide-ranging discussion this week. He is a Wellington journalist and author whose work has been widely published in New Zealand and around the world. His writings have appeared in The New York Times, The Spectator, The Jerusalem Report and The Christian Science Monitor. He is the author of six books, the latest of which, Book of Cohen, had to do with the late Leonard Cohen. He describes his personal enthusiasms as poetry, philosophy and Middle Eastern cooking. The last he has parlayed into a popular newsletter called Middle Feast--which he says is currently finding an appreciative readership at a time such as this when governments have shut down the economy and told people to stay in their own kitchens.
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"None of the Above": Facts Don't Care About Bureaucrats' Orders
Cuomo and Trump seem to be outdoing themselves this week, making themselves feel (and, they hope, look) important by ordering everyone around. The only problem is: reality doesn't take orders, nor do reality-oriented people. Amy & Jim discuss a number of examples and explain why during this week's show.
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"Don't Let It Go": Selfish Distancing
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Is "Social Distancing" actually "Selfish Distancing"? Is it proper for government, today, given the facts that we know it, to enforce even a limited shutdown? Can we, should we, make this time at home work to our advantage? This and more on today's show.
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"None of the Above": Imagine all the People...Tested for COVID-19
Is an indefinite lockdown a good idea? Would a lockdown of any kind be justified? Amy brings in analogies to Social Security and the Ground Zero Mosque to try and convince James of her point of view.
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awesome - just have it on in the mornings or whenever. Worth tuning in.
This is an excellent podcast which interprets todays events using Ayn Rand’s philosophy. Highly recommended to counter the negativity presented by our media and by our politicians.
Title says it all "Don’t Let It Go Unheard!” - Subscribe.
Amy and Bosch make a great on-air pair. Amy is so knowledgeable with her extensive legal and philosophical education and background, yet she is down to earth enough for the average listener and layman like myself to understand. Bosch compliments Amy well and brings a wealth and quality of political, secular and non-secular understanding and experience to share with listeners, that is so sadly lacking in even the more prominent and popular proponents of this sort of discourse. The pair have a really unique rapport that is quite apparent and puts you at ease right away, as a listener or participant you feel like your among friends. Callers should be prepared to be challenged and I have yet to hear a caller be mistreated unlike some of the other call-ins. Topics are diverse, relevant and interesting. Amy is an expert in issues of privacy and is great at explaining the legal and political fallout surrounding ill conceived legis and government overstep that is encroaching ever closer into our private lives. The objectivist base of perspective is a bonus for someone like me who is still learning Ayn Rand’s philosophy and struggling to implement it in my daily life.