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The RJ Moeller Show: Tim Groseclose

Our featured guest this week on “The RJ Moeller Show” is Dr. Tim Groseclose! Dr. Groseclose is the Marvin Hoffenberg Professor of American Politics at UCLA. He has joint appointments in the political science and economics departments. He has held previous faculty appointments at Stanford University, Ohio State University, Harvard University and Carnegie Mellon University. In 1987, Groseclose received his B.S. in mathematical and computational sciences from Stanford University. In 1992, he received his PhD from the Stanford Graduate School of Business, specializing in the political economics program. His research has focused on Congress, the media and mathematical models of politics. He has recently published a book, “Left Turn: How Liberal Media Bias Distorts the American Mind.” Tim Groseclose We chat with Tim about the upcoming elections (and some of the demographic changes that may play a key role in them), the importance that novels play in shaping the culture, and what it is that professors do in the summer when their students are on break. We’ve had Dr. Groseclose on before to go through the nuts-and-bolts of his book, and we recommend you check that episode out if you haven’t already! Don’t forget to follow Tim on Twitter at @tim_groseclose! In the second half of this week’s episode, The Gang is here to discuss why Jonah Hill losing weight hurts his comedy, what your smart phone says about your voting habits, and why so many prominent progressive pundits get it so very wrong when it comes to what the Bible has to say about socialism and free enterprise. Stream the show on the application below, find us over at Stitcher.com, or head to iTunes and subscribe (for free) to “The RJ Moeller Show!”