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As an open-minded, 22-year-old graduate of Harvard, Julie became a conservative after discovering Dennis Prager's radio show. After reaching out to Dennis to express her appreciation for his work, a friendship was born that became a mentorship. Dennis then invited her as a guest on his radio show. The following summer, Julie appeared as a weekly on-air contributor to his nationally syndicated radio program. At the age of 21, Julie guest-hosted three-hour broadcasts for both The Dennis Prager Show and The Mike Gallagher Show, becoming the youngest person to solo substitute host on a national program. On "Timeless", Julie explores her views on life, politics, and current events.

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Tuesday, May 30

Libertarianism is quite liberal, and in other ways it's quite conservative. Where does libertarianism differ from conservatism on open borders, drug legalization, and polygamy?  Julie has a lively debate with Professor and author Jeffrey Miron, Senior Lecturer and Director of Undergraduate Studies in the Department of Economics at Harvard University, Vice President of Research at the Cato Institute and former chairman of the Economics Department at Boston University. One of his books: Libertarianism from A to Z Please take our survey: Don’t forget to like this video, subscribe to our YouTube channel, and ring the notification bell so you never miss a future upload!  Check out other Julie Hartman videos: Follow Julie Hartman on social media: Website: Instagram: Twitter: Facebook:

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