This week, like last week, my podcast and post were on different topics. Yesterday, I wrote about judicial politics through the Supreme Court case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. For the podcast, however, I went back to my roots. . . .
I talked about ACTUAL presidential politics! Please add the podcast on your Apple or Spotify platforms. You can also listen to at Anchor.fm right here.
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