Can Rationing Drugs by Race Ever Be Justified? With Aaron Sibarium
Can Rationing Drugs by Race Ever Be Justified? With Aaron Sibarium When race is prioritized over comorbidities to decide who receives life-saving COVID treatments, we have lost the plot.
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January 21, 2022 |
Wokeness Is Not Leftism. Or Is It?
Wokeness Is Not Leftism. Or Is It? Part 2 of our conversation with Aaron Sibarium: legal pushback to race-based rationing, leftism vs. wokeism, and a debate about progress.
January 21, 2022 |
Prayers for a Stolen Night
Prayers for a Stolen Night So I got COVID. Here’s what happened next.
January 17, 2022 |
What Game is Putin Playing?
What Game is Putin Playing? A debate with RAND's Samuel Charap on how to respond to Russia's ambitions in Ukraine—and beyond.
January 16, 2022 |
Not Caring about Ukraine and Feeling Guilty About It
Not Caring about Ukraine and Feeling Guilty About It On Russia, aggression, climate change, having COVID, and the counterfactual legacy of John McCain.
January 16, 2022 |
To Pivot or Not to Pivot?
To Pivot or Not to Pivot? Shadi and Damir debate the "ought" and "is" of foreign policy. Also: do Americans care about democracy promotion?
January 12, 2022 |
Are Human Beings Inherently Democratic?
Are Human Beings Inherently Democratic? We see the seeds of democracy everywhere—even if they are not really there.
January 10, 2022 |
What Does it Mean to be 'Irrational'?
What Does it Mean to be 'Irrational'? The Anti-Vax Movement and the Limits of Reason
January 03, 2022 |
The Year Ahead
The Year Ahead It was a rough 2021 for human beings. But Wisdom of Crowds is doing well.
January 02, 2022 |
Ending A Garbage Year On An Acceptable Note
Ending A Garbage Year On An Acceptable Note Wrapping up 2021 with a special hour-long bonus edition of the pod.
December 30, 2021 |