Moore to the Point is back! Hope you enjoyed the last episode.
In case you’re new to it, Moore to the Point is a podcast aimed at getting to the heart of the matter. It isn’t just a podcast about politics — it’s about MORE than politics. We enter “The DEpoliticized Zone,” and discuss topics that are political or political-adjacent, but do so in a non-conventional way: Without reference to politician, party, or ideology. It’s harder than you might think!
For the fifth episode of #MTTP, I was joined by my RedState colleague — and Managing Editor — Streiff (a/k/a Bill Crews), who y’all know and love, of course! Bill and I discussed elite incompetence — or, the myth of the competent elite. We explored what it means to be “elite,” why people assume that automatically involves competence, and how that plays out in public policy (particularly health policy) and our daily lives. Please grab a beer, whiskey, glass of wine, or non-alcoholic beverage of your choice, settle in, and give a listen to Episode 5.
And let us know what you think — or if you have any topics you’d like to see tackled — in the comments below.