A conversation with Glenn Loury

I have been really busy lately and didn’t have time to write for the blog, but readers might be interested in my conversation with Glenn Loury, who kindly invited me to talk about police violence on his podcast after he read my piece in the National Review. I haven’t watched it yet, so I don’t know how coherent/articulate I was, but hopefully some of you will find it interesting. I have been following Prof. Loury for several years, so it was really nice to have a conversation with him. He’s done penetrating work on some of the issues I regularly discuss on this blog and, in many cases, did not hesitate to criticize the received wisdom, which made him a few enemies over the years. He expressed interest to have me back on his podcast to talk about immigration, which I’m looking forward to. Speaking of immigration, a reader brought this smear job to my attention recently and I will publish a response to it by the end of the week, so stay tuned. Blogging will probably remain slow until the end of the year though, but I have become pretty active on Twitter, where I say a lot of things that would have been the topic of a short post before, so I encourage you to follow me on it.

4 thoughts

  1. I think you have to take account that some of those complaining about treatment of blacks are doing so to gain political power, to control the narrative. There is money at play. Make a lot of noise … get some of the money.

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