Today on The Ed Morrissey Show (special time 5:00 pm ET!), we launch the next episode of the new #TEMS podcast. It’s now a fully downloadable and streamable show at Spotify, Apple Podcasts, the TEMS Podcast YouTube channel, and on Rumble and our own in-house portal at the #TEMS page!
Join me as I discuss this episode’s interviews and take your questions:
The podcast today features these interviews, and I’ll be talking more about them in the live chat:
- Andrew Malcolm is off today! The Prince of Twitter will return next week, unless he hits the Powerball jackpot. Instead, we’ll talk with two Republicans running in this week’s California primaries
- Jon Elist, US Senate race: Jon a successful CEO and the son of Iranian refugees who were forced to escape in fear of their safety after the Islamic Revolution. Elist’s big issues: how the country and the state are heading in the wrong direction; that parents have a right to have a strong say in their children’s school curriculum; and how the fentanyl crisis has largely been caused by liberal soft-on-crime policies, “progressive” DAs and an open border. Find out more at his campaign site, elistforsenate.com.
- Eric Early, state Attorney General: As lead counsel for Plaintiff Fair Education Santa Barbara, Eric brought the first lawsuit in the country four years ago to fight Critical Race Theory/the Marxist Indoctrination of students in the Santa Barbara Unified School District. This led to the termination of the District’s Superintendent and the disclosure of the school district’s indoctrination materials to all the people of Santa Barbara County. Eric was the Lead Counsel in the Recall Governor Gavin Newsom effort. Find out more at his campaign site, ericearlyforca.com.
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