Podcasts The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg

The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg

Latest Episodes

Episode 108: Bears!

'Bears Want To Kill You' author Ethan Nicolle joins The Remnant to counter incessant bear propaganda.

Episode 106: Blame the Boomers

Jonah brings Wall Street Journal editorial board member Joe Sternberg onto The Remnant to answer these and other questions.

Episode 105: Open Doar Policy

AEI scholar and (AEI president-to-be) Robert Doar joins The Remnant to talk New York politics, how capitalism isn’t failing, Seinfeld, and more.

Episode 104: Chicago!

Live from Chicago itself, Jonah attempts to answer some pressing questions with the help of John Tillman, CEO of the Illinois Policy Institute.

Episode 103: Violent Nuance

Rank punditry on Bill Barr and the Democratic field, and pop-culture punditry on "Avengers: Endgame" and "Game of Thrones."

Episode 101: JG Squared

Do politicians write their own books? How much of a slob is Jonah Goldberg? Jessica Gavora, D.C.-area writer (and Jonah's wife) answers these and more.

Most Popular

Culture

New England Journal of Medicine Pushes Reparations

Reparations would grant African Americans government benefits not paid to other Americans to rectify the awful sin of slavery and the "peculiar institution's" residual harm. It is a favored policy of hard progressives, so of course, the New England Journal of Medicine -- which regularly promotes left-wing causes ... Read More
Culture

New England Journal of Medicine Pushes Reparations

Reparations would grant African Americans government benefits not paid to other Americans to rectify the awful sin of slavery and the "peculiar institution's" residual harm. It is a favored policy of hard progressives, so of course, the New England Journal of Medicine -- which regularly promotes left-wing causes ... Read More
Books

Three Cheers for the Quiet Ones

People often dismiss shy, quiet characters in literature. Readers prefer to identify with Jo March, Elizabeth Bennett, or Anne Shirley -- those delightful, bold, and charming characters who made a deep impression on us when we first encountered them. While there’s nothing wrong with emulating or admiring these ... Read More
Books

Three Cheers for the Quiet Ones

People often dismiss shy, quiet characters in literature. Readers prefer to identify with Jo March, Elizabeth Bennett, or Anne Shirley -- those delightful, bold, and charming characters who made a deep impression on us when we first encountered them. While there’s nothing wrong with emulating or admiring these ... Read More