This episode we discuss an essay by Colby Buzzell appearing in the March Issue of Esquire, available here.
Buzzell offers a look at the life of American Muslims and the armed protestors who regularly appear outside of their mosques.
While he aims for objectivity, Buzzell’s personal history becomes unavoidable: he served in the military, where he actually shot at mosques…
An interesting look at a tense subject. We dive in headfirst.