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The Conservatarians: North Polarizing (#155)

8/23/2019
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The President of the United States tweets The Conservatarians’ Photoshop, finally ensconcing this fine podcast in the National Archives. And why do Democrats call the late David Koch “polarizing” — was it his support for same-sex marriage, criminal justice reform, or legalized weed? The intro/outro song and Jon’s song of the week is “Change With […]

Duration:00:45:59

Three Martini Lunch: Trump’s Orders, Conspiracy or Lunacy? McCabe Joins CNN, Remembering David Koch

8/23/2019
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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America close the week with three crazy martinis and a champagne toast. They sigh as President Trump tweets that he is ordering U.S. companies to scale back in China in response to the very real practice of China ripping us off. They also evaluate former […]

Duration:00:29:16

Ricochet Podcast: Casserole of Mystery (#461)

8/23/2019
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Another busy week (is there any other kind?) and our intrepid podcasters cover it all: is The New York Times‘ 1619 Project the definitive (new) history of the United States? Spoiler alert: no. Hoover Institution and self-titled Grumpy Economist John Cochrane joins to discuss the possibility of a recession, and later, our own (well, by […]

Duration:01:32:19

Andrew Klavan Show: When the Left Is Right (#754)

8/23/2019
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If Conservatives choose a capitalism without values, socialism will win.

Duration:00:47:44

Daily Signal Podcast: Exclusive Interview With Jon Kyl on New Facebook Bias Report (#532)

8/23/2019
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Facebook hired former Sen. Jon Kyl, senior counsel at the firm Covington & Burling, to investigate allegations of anti-conservative bias at the social media company. In his first interview since the report’s release, Kyl tells The Daily Signal what he discovered and how Facebook should move forward. He also responds to criticism of the report. […]

Duration:00:36:19

Daily Daily Caller Podcast: Leftist Freak Out Over A Liberal Saying Sean Spicer Is A ‘Good Guy’

8/23/2019
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On the Friday interview edition of the Daily Daily Caller Podcast we get into the liberal freakout over “Queer Eye” host Karamo Brown calling Sean Spicer a “good guy.” The Obamas drop $15 million on a Martha’s Vineyard mansion, Bernie drops his $16.3 trillion “green new deal,” and the difference between socialism and “democratic socialism” […]

Duration:01:11:39

The Radio Free Hillsdale Hour: John Grant, Derek Muller, Ben Beier, & Judge Beth Walker

8/23/2019
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Topics: Christianity in Politics, California’s new ballot access law, the Trivium, & the opioid crisis in West Virginia. Scot Bertram talks with John Grant, associate professor of politics, about his class covering Christianity in politics. Derek Muller, Hillsdale graduate and now Pepperdine professor of law, discusses California’s new ballot access law which mandates the release […]

Duration:00:53:38

Erick Erickson Show: Dancing With the Press (S8E133)

8/22/2019
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Today on the show Democrats are rightfully going after vulnerable Republicans over David Ralston, chicken sandwiches are now politicized, how to prepare kids for dealing with finances and the media’s love affair with the latest Trump haters.

Duration:00:52:54

Examining Politics: Ann Coulter & Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies Mark Krikorian

8/22/2019
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In for Larry O’Connor, Chris Stigall of The Chris Stigall Podcast speaks with columnist and NYT bestselling author Ann Coulter about illegal immigration, “The Squad” and her prediction as to who will win the 2020 Democratic nomination. Chris Stigall also spoke with Mark Krikorian, Executive Director of the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS), about President Trump’s […]

Duration:00:23:47

Report Card with Nat Malkus: Should we replace the federal loans with an income share agreement?

8/22/2019
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Today, most income share agreements – arrangements in which students pay a fixed percentage of their income for a limited period of time after graduation – are small. They are limited to a few schools and complement other forms of financial aid. But what if we overhaul the entire federal loan system using a system […]

Duration:00:36:36

The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg: Punditry with Geraghty (#128)

8/22/2019
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With Jonah off the grid, Jack takes over the show, with an assist from National Review senior political correspondent Jim Geraghty (or is it?), to discuss Trump primary challengers, the Democratic primary, the old people dominating our politics, the problem of mass shootings, and more. Shownotes Sign up for the G-File Follow us on Twitter […]

Duration:01:09:02

Q & A, Hosted by Jay Nordlinger: René Pape: Great Singer, and Great Company (#250)

8/22/2019
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René Pape is one of the greatest singers of our time, a living legend. He is a bass from Germany – East Germany. He and Jay talk a little bit about that. They also talk about a range of other issues, as they sit outside in Salzburg, with bells occasionally ringing out. Pape does a […]

Duration:01:02:37

LadyBrains: These Moms Myth-Bust Popular Life Hacks (#127)

8/22/2019
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Emily Zanotti is back 6 weeks after having twins—and she’s got a little feedback on all the advice she was given before giving birth. Kelly Maher and Bethany Mandel join to share the hacks they couldn’t Mom without… and the advice they never actually took.

Duration:00:46:01

Andrew Klavan Show: Leftists Try to Smash Reality with the Power of Fantasy (#753)

8/22/2019
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When you pay attention to what’s really happening, the world is much different than the media makes it seem. Plus the mailbag.

Duration:00:49:03

Three Martini Lunch: Inslee Exits, Hickenlooper Runs for Senate, Walsh 2020?

8/22/2019
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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America enjoy a fun episode by discussing three presidential hopefuls who never had a chance. They start by applauding Washington Gov. Jay Inslee for recognizing he wasn’t going to win and getting out of the Democratic presidential race. They also sigh as former Colorado Gov. […]

Duration:00:24:32

Commentary Magazine Podcast: Fear of a Boring Election

8/22/2019
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John Podhoretz is still on vacation, so we’re going to save the elephant in the room for his triumphant return. In the interim, the remaining hosts of the COMMENTARY podcast discuss the dogs that are not barking in 2020: #MeToo, environmentalism, impeachment, etc. We also discuss former Rep. Joe Walsh’s expected challenge to Trump and […]

Duration:01:00:58

Political Economy with James Pethokoukis: Adrienne Mayor on ancient visions of the future

8/22/2019
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How did the ancient Greeks think about technology? Were they techno-optimists or pessimists? How do their myths – of Pandora, Odysseus, Talos, and Icarus – parallel to the technological possibilities that we’ve uncovered in the present? And what can we learn from these narratives? In this episode, I explore these questions and more with Dr. […]

Duration:00:33:38

The New Criterion: Venice’s Last Judgment

8/22/2019
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James Panero reads “Venice’s last judgment” from the September 2019 issue, on the beginning and end of the Most Serene Republic. This is a podcast of The New Criterion.

Duration:00:15:04

American Mind: R.J. Pestritto: On Progressivism, Liberalism, and the Administrative State

8/22/2019
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Ryan Williams sits down with Ronald “R.J.” Pestritto, Dean of the Graduate School and Professor of Politics at Hillsdale College, to discuss Progressivism: how it came to be, its theoretical and political impact, and what it means for us today. Since its arrival on the scene at the turn of the 20th Century, Progressivism has […]

Duration:00:56:50

The Libertarian: The Specter of Recession

8/22/2019
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With signs of a possible recession on the horizon, Richard Epstein considers some of the purported causes and proposed solutions. Is President Trump right that the Federal Reserve needs to be more accommodating? Are the disruptions from the trade war with China worth it because of their potential geopolitical dividends? Is cutting payroll taxes a […]

Duration:00:17:47