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Episode 115: Never a Dull Moment

Elizabeth Warren’s Native American–heritage, the Antifa vs. Proud Boys street brawl, the horrific news from Saudi Arabia, and much more.

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Episode 114: Fallout Follow-up

The Editors discuss how the Kavanaugh fight altered conservatives’ relationship with Trump, whether the failure to bring him down will increase Leftist radicalism, and more.

Episode 112: A Continuing Ordeal

Rich, Reihan, Charlie, and Michael follow up with more on the Kavanaugh disaster and cover the recent NAFTA decisions.

Episode 111: The Ford-Kavanaugh Hearing

After the riveting Kavanaugh hearing, Rich, Charlie, and David break down the events and discuss repercussions in the escalating confirmation battle.

Episode 110: The Eleventh Hour

In light of the recent allegations, Rich, Reihan, Charlie, and Michael focus this episode of The Editors on a discussion of all things Kavanaugh.

Episode 109: By the Numbers

Rich, Charlie, Luke, and Michael discuss the president’s recent poll numbers, the anonymous (and disgraceful) 'New York Times' op-ed, and more.

Episode 108: Would Woodward’s Words Wound?

Rich, Reihan, Charlie, and Michael debate the impact Woodward’s new book on the White House will have, discuss how the Left is losing its mind during the Kavanaugh hearings, and ...

Episode 107: Primary Concern

Rich, Reihan, Charlie, and Michael remember John McCain, discuss possible outcomes of an ongoing NAFTA negotiation with Mexico, and consider controversies in the recent Florida primary.

Episode 106: Pervasive Corruption

Rich, Luke, Michael, and Dan discuss the aftereffects of the Cohen and Manafort trials, corruption’s role in current politics, and more.

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The Media Fell for Elizabeth Warren’s Spin

Do you want to know what media bias looks like? Earlier today, Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren released DNA test results that confirmed that she misled employers, students, and the public about her Native American heritage for years. Bizarrely, all too many members of the media treated the results as ... Read More
Culture

A Free People Must Be Virtuous

Dear Reader (Even those of you who didn’t seem to notice or care that I failed to file this “news”letter on Friday), So I’m sitting here at Gate C6 at O’Hare waiting for my flight home. I am weary, pressed for time, in desperate need of a shower, and filled with a great sense of dread for the work ... Read More
Politics & Policy

The World Keeps Not Ending

We were not supposed to have made it this far. George Orwell saw night descending on us in 1984. Orwell was, on paper, a radical, but in his heart he was an old-fashioned English liberal. He dreamed of socialism but feared socialists. He feared them because he knew them. I was in the sixth grade in 1984, but I ... Read More