RealClear Radio Hour – San Francisco Launch Party 2/11

6 Feb

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San Francisco area friends—we’re holding a launch party next Wednesday February 11th and would love to see you there! Email for details if you haven’t already RSVP’d.

And be sure to tune in tomorrow, February 7th, to RealClear Radio Hour with Bill Frezza and guests Chris Hernandez and Emmanuel Martin discussing “New Trauma” and Charlie Hebdo.

You can listen live Saturdays at 1pm or 7pm ET on Bloomberg’s Boston iHeartRadio or at 10am or 4pm PT on Bloomberg’s San Francisco iHeartRadio.

Weaponizing Trauma
Chris Hernandez, former Marine, police officer, and author, provides perspective on trauma. Hernandez dismisses the “new trauma” of microaggressions and trigger warnings compared to the vital decision-making required in real conflict situations, from Ferguson, Missouri, to the battlefields of Iraq and Afghanistan.

Paris in the Wake of Charlie Hebdo
Emmanuel Martin, Executive Director of the Institute for Economic Studies, comments on Paris in the month since the attack on the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. From an immigrant family himself, Martin blames France’s prohibitive regulations for many Muslims’ lack of cultural assimilation and their near-coercion into the welfare state and immigrant ghettoes.

In addition to KNEW 960AM & KOSF 103.7FM-HD2 San Francisco and WXKS 1200AM & WJMN 94.5FM-HD2 Boston, RealClear Radio Hour is broadcast Saturdays at 4am MT in Tucson, AZ on 1030 KVOI AM The Voice and 3pm CT in Pensacola, FL on 1330AM WEBY; Sundays at 3pm CT in Hays and Larned, KS on The Patriot KRMR 105.7FM & KNNS 1510AM; and Mondays at 8pm ET on WROM Radio Detroit.

If you can’t tune in live – download the as-aired shows from iTunes or listen to podcasts with additional content on SoundCloud or YouTube

Tired of soundbite bickering from the political right and left? Produced by the Competitive Enterprise Institute, the RealClear Radio Hour offers listeners real-world discussion on the political and social issues of the day from a non-partisan, free market perspective.


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