Did you miss Saturday’s PJM Political? I did — but it’s not too late to catch up with all this great stuff:
•Glenn Reynolds on the Supremes’ Second Amendment decision, and the Elana Kagan hearings, plus the fallout from the Washington Post’s Dave Weigel and JournoList scandals.
•Allen Barton of PJTV.com and Terry Jones of Investor’s Business Daily interview C. Bradley Thompson and Yaron Brook about their new book, Neoconservatism: An Obituary for an Idea.
•From PJTV’s Poliwood series, Roger L. Simon and Lionel Chetwynd on Hollywood’s moral inversion: why is supposed children’s movie maker Pixar making more emotionally satisfying films than 99 percent of Hollywood’s “grown-up” product?
•Ed Driscoll interviews Rick Calvert, the CEO of Blog World and New Media Expo, for what to expect this year, and Calvert’s take on the Weigel scandal.
That’s a whole lot of radio in under 60 minutes.