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The RJ Moeller Show: Caroline May and Ben Domenech

Sometimes you just know you’re going to get along with someone, even before meeting (or Skyping with) them. Such was the case with both of my guests this week on Values & Capitalism’s official podcast: “The RJ Moeller Show.” First up, I chat with Caroline May of The Daily Caller, and we get a chance to hear some of Ms. May’s personal journey from growing up in North Carolina to working in Washington D.C., making her living as a talented young journalist. I talk with Caroline about our mutual love for “The Adam Carolla Show” podcast, and we also discuss a few of the most recent stories she’s been covering, including a Catholic bishop in Illinois coming under fire for comparing President Obama to Hitler and Stalin. (Never a good idea.) Caroline May Follow Caroline on Twitter at @C_maydc! In our second segment, I am joined by writer, editor and all-around busy guy Ben Domenech (on Twitter at @bdomenech). Mr. Domenech is a research fellow for The Heartland Institute and managing editor of Health Care News. He is also editor-in-chief of The City, an academic journal on politics and culture. Previously Ben served as speechwriter to U.S. Health and Human Services Secretary Tommy Thompson and as chief speechwriter for U.S. Senator John Cornyn of Texas. He is one of the co-founders of the popular website Redstate, and currently edits and writes a popular daily email newsletter, The Transom, which aggregates news and notes from around the web. Last, but certainly not least, Ben also co-hosts a daily center-right podcast called “Coffee & Markets.” Ben Domenech As Jonah Goldberg would put it, Ben Domenech’s a real mensch. I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know him a little bit better during the course of the conversation, and I know you will as well. It’s a jam-packed, action thrill-ride of an episode of “The RJ Moeller Show,” so either stream us on the application below or head to iTunes where you can download and subscribe to our podcast for free!