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Episode 57: The Scandal That Wouldn’t Die

Your host Richard Morrison welcomes back guest co-hosts William Yeatman and the Capital Research Center’s Jeremy Lott for episode 57. We start with Blue Dogs and health care legislation, cash for clunkers running on fumes, and AT&T’s response to an iPhone controversy. We continue on with the scandal that wouldn’t die and the architectural historian’s version of Olympic News.

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