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THE OTHER LINCOLN “PROJECT" Dinesh D’Souza Podcast Ep17

In this episode Dinesh plunges headlong into that other Lincoln “Project”—the revelation that the anti-Trump group’s founder John Weaver has been accused of courting a whole slew of younger men. Dinesh moves from the obvious questions—“who knew?” and “what does this tell us about the Lincoln Project?”—to the historical question of pederasty in ancient Sparta. Perhaps, Dinesh concludes, the Lincoln Project should be renamed the Spartan Project. Dinesh also investigates the bizarre slogan that now resonates in debates from Covid-19 to climate change: “Listen to the science.” Dinesh gets to the bottom of what science does, and doesn’t, tell us. Also author Eric Metaxas joins Dinesh to talk about what it means to be a Christian in secular culture

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