Mona Charen | 131. Go Tell It on the Mountain
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131. Go Tell It on the Mountain

When they recorded this podcast, Mona had just returned from Texas and Jay had just arrived there. They sing a hymn of praise to Texas – a duet.

Then Mona tells us about the organization Wounded Warriors Family Support, on whose board she serves.

As the podcast continues, she and Jay discuss the Middle Eastern migration crisis (a true crisis). And the Islamic State, or ISIS: Has the Obama administration cooked the intelligence to make it look like ISIS is less of a threat than it is?

Inevitably, there’s discussion of Trump. And the podcast ends with a very lively discussion of Mount McKinley, or “Denali,” as we all must call it, since The President Himself has so decreed.

The podcast goes out with the middle movement – the Double Fugue – of the Symphony No. 2, “Mysterious Mountain,” by Alan Hovhaness.

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