It is probably more information than you need, but Radio 4 kicks off at 5:58 every morning in my bedroom. On weekdays this is so I can ease myself into the Today Programme via Tweet of the Day. That works fine Monday through Friday, but we don't get it on the weekend so this morning I got the last two minutes of:
Having been blogging about the Supreme Court lately, I listened to the whole 15 minutes yesterday, and you can do the same here for at least a year.
I was intrigued by a reference to Thomas Sowell as an influence on his move to, what for want of a better word, we shall call the right as I am aware of Sowell from the Hoover Institution.
This in turn got me thinking of John McWhorter, who I have been reading for nigh on two decades now, starting with The Power of Babel: A Natural History of Language. I didn't even realise he was African American I don't think, until he started doing a podcast with Glenn Loury.
Also Amazon Fire TV has been recommending me this movie lately.
A lot to chew on here; early days. I am very far from an opinion never mind a conclusion.
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