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Episode 3: Tolstoy, Taxes, and More

In this episode, Jay talks about Tolstoy and his relationship to music. Could he write more than words? Then he talks taxes – which he likes on the flat side. Also, has there been a shift in conservatism? Away from limited government and personal responsibility, and in the direction of “What’re you gonna do for me?” Other subjects include Mugabe, Romney, and a curious knitter onstage.
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