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Episode 82: Tariffs

Rich, Reihan, Michael Brendan Dougherty, and Luke Thompson discuss Trump's tariffs, Stormy Daniels, and the upcoming Trump-Kim meeting.

Episode 81: Now What?

Discussing the prospects for gun control, the Left's targeting of pro-gun corporations, Jared's security clearance, and whether the White House is spiraling out of control.

Episode 79: The Fallout

Rich, Reihan, Michael Brendan Dougherty, and David Bahnsen discuss the fallout after the shooting in South Florida, Mueller's indictment of the Russians, and CPAC.

Episode 78: Gun Control

Rich Lowry talks to Charles C. W. Cooke about gun control in the aftermath of the Parkland school shooting.

Episode 77: Another Horror

Rich, Reihan, Michael Brendan Dougherty, and Dan McLaughlin discuss the shooting in South Florida, Congress’s immigration debate, and the turmoil in which John Kelly now finds himself embroiled.

Episode 76: A Giant Mess of a Budget

Charlie, Reihan, and Michael Brendan Dougherty discuss the Nunes memo, the pending budget deal, and the Rubio-Ivanka “paid family leave” plan.

Episode 75: Mr. Trump Goes to Congress

Rich, Charlie, and Michael Brendan Dougherty discuss President Trump’s first State of the Union address, the ongoing Russia investigation, and #releasethememo.

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The Truth Hurts at Penn Law

One of the chief criticisms of affirmative action is that it devalues credentials that minorities could otherwise use to distinguish themselves. If college admissions were purely merit-based, employers would have no reason to discount an impressive degree just because it is held by a black or Hispanic applicant. ... Read More

Nordic Welfare States Worsen the Gender Gap

Following International Women's Day 2018, a host of policies have been promoted as ways to advance women's careers. CNBC, for example, has run a story arguing that policies such as parental leave for both parents can raise women’s incomes. In the Huffington Post we can read that adopting the welfare policies of ... Read More

UNC Caves to the ‘Buy Local’ Silliness

One of the silly notions loose in America is that there is some virtue in buying local -- preferring sellers simply because they're located in "your area" (city, county, state, country) over those located elsewhere. In other words, geographical discrimination is, supposedly, good. Governments and governmental ... Read More

Running With Trump

Jeff Roe, who managed Senator Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign in 2016, has a message for Republican congressional candidates: Don’t run from Trump this year. Instead they should “[f]ix bayonets and charge the hill.” What exactly does this mean? It’s not that they should “support the president’s ... Read More

The Pope Francis Challenge

An unforced error from a Vatican communications office the other day drove me a little something like crazy. The nature of the unforced error is that it is wholly unnecessary and typically distracting. And so it was. Days before, as the fifth anniversary of Pope Francis’s election as pope was approaching, a ... Read More