In this week THE Raison round tableMatt Welch is back in the saddle alongside editors Katherine Mangu-Ward, Nick Gillespie and Peter Suderman as they discuss the recent batch of Supreme Court decisions ahead of the July 4 recess.
1:04: The Supreme Court ruling on race-based affirmative action in college admissions
11:16 p.m .: Supreme Court ruling implicating same-sex marriage websites and free speech
11:40 p.m.: Weekly question from the listeners
38:29: Supreme Court strikes down President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan.
51:06: This week’s cultural recommendations
Mentioned in this podcast:
“Purple June” by Josh Blackman
“The Inconsistent Logic of Joe Biden’s Student Loans”, by Eric Boehm
“Supreme Court to Biden: You Can’t Just Forgive $400 Billion in Student Loan Debt Without Asking Congress,” by Emma Camp
“Supreme Court on Affirmative Action: ‘Elimination of Racial Discrimination Means Complete Elimination'”, by Emma Camp
“Reflections on the Supreme Court Decision in the Harvard and UNC Racial Preferences Cases”, by Ilya Somin
“The Unsurprising Student Affirmative Action Ruling for Fair Admissions Against Harvard”, by Will Baude
“52% to 32% Support for Court’s Decision ‘Restrict Use of Race as a Factor in College Admissions'”, by Eugene Volokh
“Biden Says He Will Try To Forgive Student Loans Under Higher Education Act of 1965,” by Ilya Somin
“Time to End Affirmative Action? Live with David Bernstein and Kenny Xu”, by Nick Gillespie and Zach Weissmueller
“Colorado Can’t Force Graphic Designer to Create Gay Marriage Websites, Supreme Court Rules”, by Stephanie Slade
“A First Amendment for Everyone”, by Dale Carpenter
“Self-cancellation, deplatforming and censorship”, by Nick Gillespie
“Of course, legacy admissions must follow affirmative action to the grave”, by Robby Soave
“Should we cancel student debt? by Nick Gillespie
“The Immorality of Student Loan Forgiveness and Free College”, by Nick Gillespie
“Exit Interviews”, by Katherine Mangu-Ward and Mike Lynch
“Independence Day, Find Common Ground on Freedom”, by JD Tuccille
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Audio production by Ian Keyser; Aassociate production by Hunt Beaty.
Music: “Angeline”, by The Steve brothers