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Keith Olbermann Quits Politics

Keith Olbermann says he is retiring from political commentary. The GQ commentator said in yesterday’s episode of “The Resistance” that he would be ending the web series.
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The Simpsons Get Political

Fans of Springfield’s yellow-hued first family are in for a treat thanks to the new cable channel FXX, which will air a 12-day marathon of The Simpsons — all 25 ...

Cain: Not “Politically Correct Yet”

Defending his recent comments that the United States should build an electrified fence on the Mexican border, Herman Cain argued that he hasn’t “learned to be politically correct yet.”

Ricochet Podcast: Politics and Coffee

Peter, James, and Rob welcome The Washington Examiner’s Michael Barone and Ricochet’s own Paul Rahe to parse 2016, some Congressional races, and the mayoral contest in the Second City. Discuss this ...

Money & Politics: The Optimists

  Larry and Tim analyze the results from the New Hampshire primary and do some future-izing on what it means for the race at large. Is Kasich viable? Is Rubio wounded? ...

Ricochet Podcast: Politics and Bourbon

Peter, James, and Rob return “after a brief gratitude and bird-related holiday hiatus” to discuss Ferguson, Staten Island, and the grand-jury system. They welcome William Voegeli to discuss his new book The ...

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National Review was founded in 1955 by William F. Buckley Jr. as a magazine of conservative opinion. The magazine has since defined the modern conservative movement and enjoys the broadest ...

Money & Politics: Executive

Larry Kudlow and former Governor Tim Pawlenty, president of the Financial Services Roundtable, discuss money and politics every Tuesday. On today’s podcast: The debate over President Obama’s expected executive action ...