George Mason University economics professor Tyler Cowen discusses big business, liberty, capitalism, and more.
Remnant sidekick Jack Butler interviews Cornell University classical historian Barry Strauss about ancient Rome, which he covers in his new book.
Should we worry about income inequality? Is Bruce Springsteen’s music any good? Michael Strain returns to answer these and other questions.
National Review senior writer David French returns to The Remnant to discuss nationalism, Mueller, Marvel, and more.
Back from his trip abroad, Jonah returns to D.C. for some rank Mueller punditry and some aimless Jack-assisted potpourri.
The Remnant performs one of its trademark deep-dives on policy, this time about opioids with AEI scholar and practicing psychiatrist Dr. Sally Satel.
Outgoing AEI president Arthur Brooks discusses how to heal our politically divided nation, the subject of his new book, Love Your Enemies.
A conversation last November between Jonah and Rob Long on the last National Review cruise now sees the light of day.
National Review senior editor David French joins Jonah for a wide-ranging discussion of politics and pop culture and Jonah's new media venture.
Washington Examiner editor Tim Carney answers questions raised by his new book: Alienated America: Why Some Places Thrive While Others Collapse.