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New Today in National Review Podcasts: The Great Books, Radio Free California, and The Remnant

On today’s episode of The Great Books podcast, National Review’s John J. Miller discusses Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird with Deidra Birzer of Hillsdale College. Find the episode here.

Radio Free California Episode 70 finds Will Swaim and David Bahnsen discussing how the California government is doing its best to wreck the state, from selective tax cuts to strange city building requirements. Listen here.

After much anticipation, Remnant listeners finally received the episode for which they’ve begged. Jonah is joined on this 101st episode by his wife, The Fair Jessica, to discuss topics ranging from her career, their dogs, and much more. You can find the episode here.

These episodes, along with the rest of National Review’s podcasts, can also be found on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, TuneIn, and Spotify.

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Education

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Film & TV

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