Welcome to the “Tear Down This Robinson” edition of the Harvard Lunch Club podcast! It’s July 13, 2016, and we’re completely psyched to be joined by former Reagan speechwriter, co-founder of the conservative commentary site Ricochet, and Hoover Institution senior fellow Peter Robinson. We are nanophysicist Mike Stopa and radio talk host Todd Feinburg and we join you every week for a discussion of the coolest political and public policy issues we can muster. Find us on our website, harvardlunchclub.com, and follow us on Twitter: @HLCpodcast
This week, we focus exclusively on an interview with Peter Robinson:
Is there still a Stop Trump/Never Trump movement? Why would anyone vote for Trump? Can 11 million illegal aliens be deported, politically? We discuss with these issues with renaissance man Peter Robinson, co-host of the Ricochet podcast and co-founder of the commentary site of the same name.
We’ll also share our Shower Thoughts, and for our Hidden Gem we listen to Randy Newman sing the song he wrote that went to number 1 for Three Dog Night in this week 1970.
It’s the Harvard Lunch Club Podcast with Peter Robinson!!!
Peter Mark Robinson is an American author, television host and former speechwriter for George H.W. Bush when he was VP and President Ronald Reagan and is best known for his role in writing the “Tear Down That Wall” speech. He is currently the host of Uncommon Knowledge, an interview show by Stanford‘s Hoover Institution. He is also a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, and he is co-host of the Ricochet Podcast on the Ricochet conservative commentary site that he co-founded.