The Mueller report, public reactions, the rise of right-wing online political correctness, and the unfair attacks against Ben Shapiro.
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.
David and Alexandra travel to Ann Arbor to discuss the importance of decency in discourse and virtue in conservatism.
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.
Tucker Carlson’s at the National Review Ideas Summit, a debate over nationalism, and to an escalation of identity politics in the Democratic primary.
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.
How Twitter is helping pull Democrats dangerously left and handicapping the Democratic field, and a valiant defense of the Electoral College.
The New Zealand shooter's disturbing innovation, how the shooting was weaponized by outrage culture, and how outrage culture works to hurt victims, not protect them.
The primacy of the defense of life in the conservative movement, AOC's monumental campaign-finance hypocrisy, and the challenges on the border.
David and Alexandra discuss good news on abortion polling and then break down the bad news about the conservative civil wars.