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    This week, Eric Kohn, Sam Gregg, and Dan Hugger take on Florida’s HB 1557, christened by the media as the “Don’t Say Gay” bill. While it doesn’t say, “Don’t say gay,” it does say several things worth discussing. And how much of a backlash could Disney be in for now that their internal conversations about adding “queerness” to its programming are public. Next, the guys consider President Joe Biden’s pledge to release 1 million barrels of oil per day from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Is this anything but political posturing? And finally, Ezra Klein of The New York Times had an extraordinary interview with economist Larry Summers during which Klein’s feelings ran headlong into reality. We can help him connect his good intentions to sound economics.

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    HB 1557: Parental Rights in Education bill text

    Breaking Down the So-Called ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill | The Dispatch

    Disney Executive Producer Admits to ‘Gay Agenda,’ ‘Adding Queerness’ Wherever She Could | Caroline Downey, National Review

    What I Saw at the National Conservatism Conference | Dan Hugger, Religion & Liberty

    Biden orders 'unprecedented' release of oil reserves | BBC

    Transcript: Ezra Klein Interviews Larry Summers | The New York Times

    Modern Economics Is Not an Illuminati Conspiracy | Stan Veuger, American Compass