No Country for Old Men

Episode #16 from The Arcade

This Week…

  • The generosity of strangers (in Ecuador) as told by Hazlitt assistant editor Scaachi Koul. Starts 3:01
  • Hazlitt contributor John Michael McGrath speaks with Gabriel Sherman, author of The Loudest Voice in the Room: How the Brilliant, Bombastic Roger Ailes Built Fox News – and Divided a Country. Starts 9:52
  • We hear a new track from Mac DeMarco’s upcoming album, Salad Days. Starts 23:01
  • And Bill Bryson, author of One Summer, America 1927, speaks with radio producer Tom Howell on America’s coming of age. Starts 26:51

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Show Notes:
U Mad
Fox News once again most and least trusted name in news

Music:
Mac DeMarco “Passing Out Pieces”
Pre-order “Salad Days” courtesy of Captured Tracks (iTunes link)
https://twitter.com/Msldemarco

Credits:
Hosted and produced by Anshuman Iddamsetty
Executive produced by Christopher Frey
Original theme music by Kirby Best
Podcast logo by Michael DeForge

Additional Music courtesy of the Free Music Archive:
Nick Kuepfer “Tape Exercises”
Candlegravity “A Suicide”
Mentz “Shackles”
C. Scott “Round It Goes”
Thiaz Itch “Isma Roktar”
Monster Rally “Snoozer”
C. Scott “Determinate”
C. Scott “Don’t Crush That Dwarf”
C. Scott “Enjoyable to Know”
C. Scott “Belview”
Buildings and Mountains “Fall Moon”

Additional Music courtesy of the Prelinger Archive:
Efim Schachmeister “Steamboat Stomp”
Ethel and Dorothy Ponce “Honolulu Moon”
Hottentots “Nobody’s Rose”
Unknown “Positively Absolutely”
Mike Markel Orch “We Two”

Credits

Original theme music by Kirby Best