This is an adjunct to my long-running blog at Bookworm Room. There, I talk about politics and social issues from a conservative perspective. My blog's motto is "conservatives deal with facts and reach conclusions; liberals have conclusions and sell them as facts."
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I'm learning a new technology, so this is a wee bit rough, but I cover the need for courage today (with examples), ivermectin madness and government control over healthcare, media lies, the lack of religious liberty in Canada, and Americans' loss of ... more
I'm back after almost five months (2021 was a busy year), and I hit the ground running discussing January 6 and how the Dems are weaponizing it, continued COVID madness, crime in New York, the Tower of Babel which goes along with the leftists' racial... more
The three big topics I cover are Biden's Afghanistan failures and the left's inability to understand what's going on, COVID vaccine mandates and other pressure for a disease with a greater than 98% survival rate; and gender madness, especially the ty... more
I’ve been reading the Bookworm blog for years and enjoyed the thoroughly researched posts. This podcast is no different ... and I’m glad to have an audio alternative for Times I can’t read the blog (super for trips in the car.) I enjoyed the surprise “guest appearance” by Bookworm’s dog in Episode 13!
This podcast is what NPR’s “All Things Considered” lacks. A pointedly direct, yet refreshingly scholarly alternative take on current issues. I look forward to hearing the next episode.
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Bookworm Room's Podcast launched 2 years ago and published 49 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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