Here it is, a 55 minute podcast, with a lot about the new Supreme Court nominee Samuel Alito and the various swirling political doings surrounding him, including my own media activities, taking metaphors literally and the connection to Mad Magazine, the free exercise of religion (keeping bears, hallucinogenic tea, wearing headscarves), and a peace rally in Madison and the way Althouse commenters talk about it.
UPDATE: One problem with podcasting is that you can't do corrections. Listening to this podcast, I see that I garble a legal point about Alito's Blackhawk case. I should have been clear that it was a matter of the federal Free Exercise clause: when does a state's policy stop being considered "neutral and general applicable," so that strict scrutiny applies?
ANOTHER UPDATE: My host libsyn.com seems to be having troubles Thursday morning. If the link isn't working, try iTunes.