David and Alexandra respond to the Washington Post's Ruth Marcus and her support for aborting children with Down Syndrome, they discuss the phrase "personally pro-life," and David discusses the Second Amendment implications of yet another terrible crime in Florida.
David and Alexandra discuss the corporate campaign against the NRA, compare media coverage of the NRA and Planned Parenthood, and discuss the most important story in the world that (almost) no one is talking about.
David and Alexandra discuss the Parkland, Florida, school shooting, including the weight we should give to the political arguments of the survivors, whether conservatives can support gun violence restraining orders, and why an assault weapons ban is still a bad idea.
David and Alexandra talk about social justice pile-ons and capitulating Christians—including how Americans lose religious liberty even when the government doesn't act. They wind up with a discussion of the ever-shifting "Overton Window."
David and Alexandra talk to David Bahnsen about his new book -- born out of the financial crisis -- and how both major parties are failing to address the crisis of responsibility that is gripping part of the American public.
David and Alexandra break down the allegations against Aziz Ansari and the failure of morality based only on consent. They also discuss a threat to free speech that's flying almost completely under the national radar.
David and Alexandra discuss how a lurch towards identity politics would be bad for the #MeToo movement and end the chance for bipartisan cultural reform. They end the podcast with an interesting new study that casts doubt on the true amount of "choice" in America's abortion culture.
David and Alexandra break down the benefits of Trump's decision to publicly break with Steve Bannon, analyze the protesters' prospects for success in Iran, and discuss the depravity of Planned Parenthood's annual report.
David French and Alexandra DeSanctis briefly discuss Roy Moore's race in Alabama then discuss in-depth the police killing of pest control worker Daniel Shaver, the rules for use of force by police, and the danger of reflexive pro- or anti-police bias.
David French and Alexandra DeSanctis break down the Masterpiece Cakeshop oral arguments, contemplate Justice Kennedy’s “anti-bully” jurisprudence, discuss the most surprising moment of the argument, and make their optimistic and pessimistic predictions.
David and Alexandra answer the question, "Is Trump immune from an obstruction of justice charge?" They also discuss the difference between indictment and impeachment and then discuss how even member of the conservative pundit hall of fame can be wrong about the First Amendment.