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August 28, 2017

The RAISE Act has the potential to do a great deal of good. Instead of sharpening our political and economic divides, as mass immigration has been doing for a generation, ...

Stand with Us

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May 14, 2018

Something is changing in victim politics. It is no longer an emotive call for political reform, or restitution for wrongs done. The young activists whom conservatives call “social-justice warriors” practice ...

Money & Politics: Considering a Run

  Larry and Tim tackle even more on Donald Trump, Hillary’s economic speech, the Iran deal,the Chattanooga tragedy and a possible run for New York’s Senate seat by someone we know ...

Money & Politics: Speaking of Speakers

  Larry and Tim discuss Kevin McCarthy’s decision not to run for Speaker, Hillary’s plan to rein in Wall Street, the Trans-Pacific Trade deal, and whether Russia and Iran’s moves in ...

Three Martini Lunch: Political Thanks

  National Review’s Jim Geraghty and Radio America’s Greg Corombos prepare for Thanksgiving by discussing three political things they’re thankful for. Discuss this podcast at Ricochet.

Three Martini Lunch: Presidential Politics

  Today’s Martinis: Reaction to National Review writer David French possibly running for president, The Donald takes on the media at a contentious press conference, and whether a Gary Johnson candidacy could ...

Three Martini Lunch: The Politics of Ultrasound

  Today’s Martinis: The March for Life in Washington, President Trump’s border tax idea, and The Atlantic’s continuing corrections on its story about ultrasound. Discuss this podcast at ...

Three Martini Lunch: Identity Politics

Today’s topics: Terry McAuliffe’s investment schemes, Harry Reid’s Pentagon tall tales, and strange demands from protesting truckers.

Money & Politics: Is College Worth It?

At some point, just about every analysis of what’s really wrong with the U.S. economy says something like this: “And, of course, we need to reform the education system.” But what does ...