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I Get (Blogging) Head from Ezra

April 15th, 2007 · 4 Comments

Well, the primary function of this for me was to confirm that I’ve almost entirely lost the debate chops I spend four years building up at NYU, but you can check out Ezra Klein & me on a new episode of BloggingHeads TV discussing American individualism, cost-sharing in healthcare, TSA watchlists, trade & IP, and campaign finance in this year of record-breaking primary fundraising.

Addendum: Since they’ve titled this the “baby-faced wonk consensus,” I should probably note that I am, in fact, 28.

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  • 1 Adam // Apr 15, 2007 at 11:08 pm

    You don’t look a day over 19, Mr. Sanchez. Must get to be a pain, getting carded at bars n’ such ;-)

    A very good discussion with Ezra Klein. I’m thankful you guys didn’t speak for but a moment about l’Affair Althouse and did in fact focus on interesting issues of the day. Hopefully future Bloggingheads guests will follow your good example.

    A very good point you made about the Do-Not-Fly List and the lack of information about how names are added/removed. A ticket agent wouldn’t likely have access to the justification behind an addition of a particular name. Does this mean the professor’s story is a fake? I suspect the ticket agent was speculating, or was a DHS official, or else the professor volunteered the fact he was publicly critical of the Bush Administration. Unfortunately, it’s unlikely any of these questions will come to light until 2009.

    I really enjoy your blog, sir. Wish me luck to survive this storm we’re riding out in Boston and New York tonight.

  • 2 Anonymous // Apr 16, 2007 at 12:42 pm

    You debate about the same. Too little rhetoric too much acedemic pap.

  • 3 Lester Hunt // Apr 17, 2007 at 11:12 am

    Don’t you love it when your critics can’t spell worth a damn?

  • 4 Julian Sanchez // Apr 17, 2007 at 2:05 pm

    Well, he probably has a point–even then my style was a more verbose and didactic than the norm. But by the end, I would at least occasionally break out of that in my best rounds.