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Episode 22: The Prototypical-Border-Wall-Inspection Episode

President Trump talks with a Border Patrol agent while touring border wall prototypes near the Otay Mesa Port of Entry in San Diego, Calif., March 13, 2018. (Kevin Lamarque/Reuters)

On the day of President Trump’s first California visit, David Bahnsen (The Bahnsen Group) and Will Swaim (Cal Policy Center) discuss what it’ll take to transform California politics, the impact of the Supreme Court’s impending decision in Janus, and the meaning of property rights when it comes to that symbol of all things California: the beach.

Intro music provided by Metalachi, the LA-based mariachi/metal band.

David Bahnsen, davidbahnsen@gmail.com
Will Swaim, will@calpolicycenter.org

Show links
Los Angeles Times: “With Supreme Court challenge, tech billionaire could dismantle beach access rights — and a landmark coastal law”
Remembering William F. Buckley (San Francisco and Newport Beach)

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