Hoover fellows Richard Epstein and Adam White discuss major legal and policy issues and debate points of disagreement between their libertarian and conservative perspectives.
You Say Goodbye, I Say Hello
Richard and Adam close the book on the Trump years — except for the whole post-presidential impeachment thing. And Richard elaborates his case for regulating Twitter as a “common carrier.”
After the Riot
A day after rioters stormed the Capitol to disrupt Congress’s certification of Joe Biden’s election, Richard and Adam reflect on yesterday’s tragic effects, and the path forward.
A Nominal Administration
Richard and Adam analyze several of those picks, with an eye to what this means for foreign policy, climate regulation, and other specifics, and a broader view of what to expect from the administrative state overall.
Court in Disaster
The Supreme Court's Thanksgiving-eve order blocking Governor Andrew Cuomo's COVID-19 rules against religious gatherings
Adam and Richard look to the weeks ahead, and to what the longer-term future might hold for the Republican and Democratic Parties.
Truth and Justice
In their last pre-election episode, Richard and Adam discuss Judge Barrett’s Senate confirmation hearings; the Supreme Court’s next Obamacare case; and social media companies’ power over information itself.
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Epstein always a treat
It’s always informative and entertaining to listen to Richard Epstein. His debating partner here is not of same caliber but he does a creditable job nonetheless.
Wonderful Legal Analysis
Superb legal and constitutional discourse from a logical and policy perspective which outdistances any other legal podcast. Keep up the great work.
Great Debates Between Two Great Minds
I really enjoy listening to Adam White and Richard Epstein debate the hot topics of today. They both are clearly experts in the legal field and I enjoy that they don't always agree, but are always respectful towards each other. This is an insightful podcast that I enjoy listening to whenever new episodes are released.