“The RJ Moeller Show” is again opening things up with a little taste of Hollywood! Rob Long is a television producer who has been in the business for nearly three decades. Rob began his career working on a little show called “Cheers,” and his latest project, co-produced with Vince Vaughn, is “Sullivan & Son.” Mr. Long is also a fantastic conservative columnist and commentator. You can find his musings on National Review, Newsweek International and the Los Angeles Times. Rob’s weekly commentary “Martini Shot” is broadcast on L.A.’s KCRW and can be found on iTunes. Rob is editor-in-chief of Ricochet.com. We chat with him about how starting a television show is like starting a small business, why the media dislikes the “values” in “Values & Capitalism,” and where things stand in the presidential election these days. Follow Rob on Twitter at @rcbl! Next up is our bi-weekly “News You May Have Missed, But Probably Shouldn’t Have” segment with The Daily Caller’s intrepid reporter, Caroline May. She brings us tales of Olympic medal tax exemptions and the USDA cracking down on food stamps being used for medical marijuana. Follow Ms. May on Twitter at @c_maydc! For our third and final segment of “The RJ Moeller Show” this week, we’re happy to welcome lawyer and legal author Adam J. Freedman to the program. Mr. Freedman writes commentary on politics, law and the Constitution. He has a new book coming out entitled “The Naked Constitution.“ He’s a passionate advocate for constitutional originalism, small government, less regulation, individual liberty and respect for life. He hosts a podcast of his own, the Legal Lad, and has contributed to the pages of the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, National Review, Slate and Newsweek. It’s a jam-packed episode, and one that you’re sure to enjoy! Listen right now by clicking play on the application below, head over to Stitcher.com where we can be found, or subscribe for free to “The RJ Moeller Show” on iTunes!