#1305 Wine and Welshmen

We should always listen to science. Science is not political. Science is rational.
— Clay S. Jenkinson portraying Thomas Jefferson

President Thomas Jefferson answers listener questions this week, including inquiries about Jefferson and wine, Welsh “Indians” in the Dakotas, repairing friendships, and the idea that “the rain followed the plow” during Jefferson’s time.

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What Would Jefferson Do?

The Senate’s role is to make sure that somebody wholly unfit for that office is not confirmed, especially for a life-tenured appointment.
— Clay S. Jenkinson portraying Thomas Jefferson

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