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Bloggingheads.tv | Oct 16, 2008 | Ana Marie Cox & Ann Althouse

Nonzero (The Wright Show)

To bail out or not to bail out?

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Robert Wright and banking expert Richard Vague discuss the costs and benefits of the government’s decision to intervene in the Silicon Valley Bank crisis.

Nonzero (The Wright Show)

Debating DeSantis

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Robert Wright and Mickey Kaus discuss the Florida governor’s framing of the Ukraine War as a “territorial dispute”.

The DMZ

Ron DeSantis’s Ukraine Bet

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On this week’s DMZ, Bill Scher and Matt K. Lewis discuss the SVB bank crisis—is “wokeness” to blame? Plus: Should DeSantis copy Trump’s “America First” approach to Ukraine? And will we miss Mitch McConnell when he’s gone?

Nonzero (The Wright Show)

Reckoning with the atomic bomb

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Robert Wright and Ananyo Bhattacharya, author of The Man from the Future, discuss how John von Neumann handled the ethical questions arising from his work on the Manhattan project.

The Glenn Show

The Scott Adams controversy

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Glenn Loury and John McWhorter discuss Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams’s remarks about black people.

The DMZ

Fiery But Mostly Peaceful

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On this week’s DMZ, Bill Scher and Matt K. Lewis ask: What happened to Tucker Carlson? Plus: Scott Adams’ explanation/excuse; Is Trump back on top in the GOP primary?; Could Fox News lose Trumpists?; And did Biden do the right thing on the DC crime bill?

Nonzero (The Wright Show)

Psychoanalyzing ChatGPT

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Robert Wright and psychologist Paul Bloom—author of the new book Psych—discuss current artificial intelligence programs and how they compare to the human mind.

Nonzero (The Wright Show)

All sticks, no carrots

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Robert Wright and Mickey Kaus discuss the Biden administration’s approach to foreign policy.