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Chewing the Fat


Mona Charen and I have recorded a new podcast. We talk about some grave matters: unemployment, Benghazi, the subversion of higher education (and lower, for that matter). But we also talk about some lighter matters: for example, the joy of language (high and low). Mona has been interested to learn lately that — whaddaya know? — saturated fats are good for you. Or at least not harmful. (To read her column on the subject, go here.) Frankly, in her discussion of this issue, she made me hungry. As a cello student, Mona is faced with learning a new clef. She whines about that for a second. (As the podcast’s whiner-in-chief, I can say that.) Anyway, see what you think.


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