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National Review’s Radio Free California Podcast

Episode 65: Scenes from Scenes from Goya

Devin Nunes’s Twitter suit over mean tweets, state lawmakers step into the admissions scandal accompanied by circus music, U.S. Senator Kamala Harris calls for reparations, and Lawrence Ferlinghetti at ...

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Episode 61: A Visit to Liberty Hall

In the goldmine town of Sonora, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, Suzanne Cruz hosts visitors in a tiny re-creation of Independence Hall.

Episode 57: The ‘Dear God’ Edition

The LA teachers strike ends, Senator Kamala Harris says she’ll run for president, and the California nursing shortage is about to get much worse.

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Education

Ivy-League Schools Wither

A  number of liberal bastions are daily being hammered — especially the elite university and Silicon Valley. A Yale and a Stanford, or Facebook and Google, assume — for the most part rightly — that each is so loudly progressive that the public, federal and state regulators, and politicians would of ... Read More
Elections

Weirdo O’Rourke

Friends of the young Bill Clinton and Barack Obama spoke of the special glow of promise they had about them, even back in their early twenties. Angels sat on their shoulders. History gave them a wink and said, “Hey, good lookin’, I’ll be back to pick you up later.” Robert O’Rourke? Not so much. He ... Read More
Elections

One More Profile of Beto, Because America Needs It

Somewhere in Texas, filed on the fly by a glossy-magazine correspondent, and totally not as a parody written by Jim Geraghty -- “It’s all about vision,” Beto O’Rourke tells me, standing tall upon the Texas prairie, or brush, or whatever this high hilltop area is supposed to be called. We’re watching the ... Read More