Monthly Archives: August 2017

Episode 20: Glenn Loury

I had wanted to talk with Glenn Loury ever since I first heard his podcast, The Glenn Show, and last week I got my chance. From listening to this interview I think you’ll be able to understand why I consider him to be the finest public intellectual we have. Glenn Loury is the Merton P. Stoltz Professor of the Social Sciences and Professor of Economics at Brown University.

Episode 19: Live Podcast with School Sucks and Brett Veinotte

Brett Veinotte is back, but this time we’re in front of a live audience. This is the recording of a podcast that concluded Renegade University’s first event, a weekend of history, philosophy, and personal stories. Unregistered Listeners were out in force and they asked tough questions and offered moving life stories. It all seemed like the beginning of something big.

Episode 18: Hannah Song

Liberty in North Korea (LiNK) helps refugees escape from the country and uses their testimony to show that, far from being helpless victims, the people who remain in North Korea, especially the young “black market generation,” are waging a quiet but radical revolution every day. Hannah Song, the president and CEO of LiNK, convinced me that the evidence from inside the country is clear: “the people of North Korea will win their freedom in our lifetime.”