Jonah goes guest-free in this week’s Remnant, allowing him to engage in some rank punditry about Roy Moore’s defeat in Alabama and answer listener questions. The show runs the gamut from veganism, best conservative books, and best Twitter accounts, to trade deficits, Al Gore’s inhuman presence, advice for motivating bright but lazy teenage boys, and more. We close with a live reading of something that arguably outdoes sasquatch romance. New podcast music by Roy Lee Nelson.
In the latest Remnant, Jonah talks with Steve Hayward, currently a visiting professor at University of California, Berkeley -- and a conservative. They discuss how what conservatives can do to make more inroads into higher education, and why elite schools should welcome the effort.
As the Remnant enters double digits, Jonah journeys into the international marketplace, with Cato Institute trade scholar and trade lawyer Scott Lincicome as his guide. Jonah and Scott defend free trade, and try to answer its critics.
Jonah invites fellow conservative history geek Matt Continetti of the Washington Free Beacon to explore the past, present, and future of conservatism as an ideology and as a movement. They pick up heaping helpings of neoconservatism, paleoconservatism, libertarianism, and Reaganism en route to a dessert of denouncing Sonny Bunch.
Breaking away from the shackles of the guest-interview format, our host discourses on the sexual misconduct wave moving through Washington, and explains how it’s all Bill Clinton’s fault. If that doesn’t hook you, then stick around for the Bigfoot erotica at the end.
Joined this time by Vulcan extraordinaire Ramesh Ponnuru, our hangover-defying host travels to such far-flung worlds as the Virginia gubernatorial elections, the prospects for tax reform, and the history of neoconservatism.
In this slightly profanity-laden episode of the Remnant, Andrew Ferguson fanboy Jonah Goldberg asks the vital questions of the day. What is human nature? Will the conservative movement endure? What is a martini? How horrible a boss is Steve Hayes?
Everything old is new again. Our intrepid host brings back recurring guest star Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) to talk sports, current events, and survivalism, and invites National Review staff writer David French to discuss what do in the event of an actual zombie apocalypse.
Our intrepid host talks chicken wings, cheese, and politics with thoroughgoing Wisconsinite Steve Hayes, editor of the Weekly Standard. Stick around for the end, when Jonah responds to uh . . . ah . . . listener criticism.
Remnant host Jonah Goldberg continues his quest to get comfortable with this strange medium. Back by popular demand is Senator Ben Sasse (R-Cornhuskers) to explain why we can't have nice things. Jonah responds to listener feedback and also tells us what he thinks about “whatabout-ism.”
For the second episode, Jonah is joined by Yuval Levin, of the Ethics and Public Policy Center and National Affairs. Topics include: the role of institutions, what’s wrong with our politics, nationalism vs. patriotism, and why conspiracy theories are (probably) wrong.
In this, the debut episode of The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg, the host nervously gropes his way through the podcast universe like a blind pervert in a sex-robot warehouse. His first guest is Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE). Topics include: the breakdown in civil society, the rise of tribalism in American politics, bullfighting and the vital … Continue reading "Episode One: The Debut"