The RJ Moeller Show: James Poulos
Our featured guest this week on "The RJ Moeller Show" is James Poulos.
James is a columnist at The Daily Caller and a contributor at Forbes, Ricochet and Vice. He's been printed in publications such as The American Conservative, The American Interest, The Atlantic, The Boston Globe, Cato Unbound, First Things, Foreign Policy and The Weekly Standard. Mr. Poulos also appears on shows like "Up with Chris Hayes" on MSNBC, with "The Young Turks" on Current, and on RT’s "The Alyona Show." After years in D.C., James now resides in Los Angeles, where among other things, he is finishing a dissertation for Georgetown on the place of Napoleon in 19th-century democratic political thought.
RJ and James chat about everything from Aristotle to GOP vice presidential picks to Dick Cheney's fishing lure preferences (and anything in between). Visit jamespoulos.com and follow him at @jamespoulos!
In the second segment, friend-of-the-show Eric Teetsel gives his review of the recent Q conference that took place in Washington, D.C.
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