The RJ Moeller Show

The RJ Moeller Show: Diane Ellis and Eric Teetsel

This week The R.J. Moeller Show welcomed the lead editor of, Diane Ellis. Before manning the editorial helm at Ricochet, Diane spent time at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. She was associate producer of RJ’s favorite web-show Uncommon Knowledge.

Topics covered in the interview include: Russian literature in the 20th century, Peter Robinson’s task-master leadership style (or how he’s the nicest man alive), Obamacare’s skin-deep promises already giving way to reality, and Mexican cuisine.

R.J. and Matt also had the chance to chat with friend-of-the-show Eric Teestsel, program manager of the Values and Capitalism project at American Enterprise Institute. They discussed Obama’s recent speech to union workers in Detroit and Eric gave us his Super Bowl picks for the new NFL season. Listen here!

Don’t forget that you can now find the podcast on your iTunes!

  • Just Thoughts

    The path he chose was a path going in the opposite direction of many his age, but he chose it with the same thirst for swift achievement. As soon as he reflected seriously on it, he was convinced and convicted of the existence of God and of the immortality of the soul, and at once he instinctively said to himself: 'I want to live for immortality with Him and I will accept no compromise.' -Dostoevsky, Brothers K