In this week’s episode of National Review’s Radio Free California Podcast, CPC’s Will Swaim and David Bahnsen discuss the quintessential California summer: water shortages, electricity blackouts, and wildfires. Throw in the return of COVID-19 and the restrictions that come with it and we’re in for a doozy. Of course, with Gavin Newsom’s recall election on the horizon, anything could go these next few months. In other political news, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is officially headed to India, Lanhee Chen weighs a run for state Controller, and Marjorie “Jewish Space Lasers” Taylor Greene takes on Caitlyn Jenner. Oh, and attorney Michael Avenatti is going to prison. CalPERS’ is having a record year, even beating Wall-Street, and Bank of America wants out of the lucrative unemployment business. Finally a bonus conversation with Cicero Institute’s Judge Glock on a Cal Berkeley study that “proves” America is becoming more segregated. Listen to this episode and more at National Review.