What We’re Watching – July 10

What We’re Watching – July 10

Kerry Jackson – Thomas Sowell – Common Sense in a Senseless World

The full one-hour documentary won’t be out until early next year. In the meantime, the world around us is likely to become more senseless by the day. Maybe the greatest act of 2021 will be done by the person or persons who can make sure the film is seen by as many people as possible.

Ben Smithwick – Rise of Telehealth During COVID-19 Crisis

Our friends at the Manhattan Institute discuss the rise of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic and its benefits and limitations.

Rowena Itchon – The Next Pandemic . . . the National Debt!

Check out Reason TV’s latest – the National debt, the next pandemic.

Evan Harris – 49 Years Since Henry Kissinger Visited China

Yesterday (July 9) was believe it or not the 49 year anniversary of Henry Kissinger’s infamous visit to China in 1971 which set the stage for President Nixon’s 1972 visit and, until recently, a semi-cooperative relationship between the U.S. and China. Kissinger sat down with Tom Brokaw in 2012 to talk about the trip.

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