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Episode 129: The Sacred and the Profane

David and Alexandra discuss the burning of the Notre Dame, whether Bernie “won” his Fox News town hall, and whether other Democrats will beat a path to Fox’s door.

Episode 127: The Many Names of Pete Buttigieg

Breaking down the Buttigieg boomlet, the role of declining faith and marriage in America's happiness crisis, and a discussion of the movie Unplanned and civility in the abortion debate.

Episode 125: Mueller Time

The implications of Mueller's conclusion that Trump didn't collude, the Steele dossier's malignant effect on the American body politic, and some good news in the fight for life.

Episode 122: Battle of the Bulwark

The primacy of the defense of life in the conservative movement, AOC's monumental campaign-finance hypocrisy, and the challenges on the border.

Episode 121: Good News, Bad News

David and Alexandra discuss good news on abortion polling and then break down the bad news about the conservative civil wars.

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Another Warning Sign

The Mueller report is of course about Russian interference in the 2016 election and about the White House's interference in the resulting investigation. But I couldn’t help also reading the report as a window into the manner of administration that characterizes the Trump era, and therefore as another warning ... Read More

What’s So Great about Western Civilization

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is Jonah Goldberg’s weekly “news”letter, the G-File. Subscribe here to get the G-File delivered to your inbox on Fridays. Dear Reader (Redacted: Harm to Ongoing Matter), One of the things I tell new parents is something that was told to me when my daughter still had that ... Read More
White House

The Mueller Report Should Shock Our Conscience

I've finished reading the entire Mueller report, and I must confess that even as a longtime, quite open critic of Donald Trump, I was surprised at the sheer scope, scale, and brazenness of the lies, falsehoods, and misdirections detailed by the Special Counsel's Office. We've become accustomed to Trump making up ... Read More
Film & TV

Jesus Is Not the Joker

Actors love to think they can play anything, but the job of any half-decent filmmaker is to tell them when they’re not right for a part. If the Rock wants to play Kurt Cobain, try to talk him out of it. Adam Sandler as King Lear is not a great match. And then there’s Joaquin Phoenix. He’s playing Jesus ... Read More

Screw York Yankees

You are dead to me. You are a collection of Fredos. The cock has crowed, you pathetic sniveling jerks. The team I have rooted for since 1965, when I first visited the House that Ruth Built, where I hawked peanuts and ice cream a lifetime ago, watched countless games (Guidry striking out 18!), has gotten so ... Read More

Supreme Court Mulls Citizenship Question for Census

Washington -- The oral arguments the Supreme Court will hear on Tuesday will be more decorous than the gusts of judicial testiness that blew the case up to the nation’s highest tribunal. The case, which raises arcane questions of administrative law but could have widely radiating political and policy ... Read More