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Jun 21, 2022

Esteemed AEI scholar Matthew Continetti returns to the podcast for a woefully brief overview of his latest book, The Right: The Hundred-Year War for American Conservatism


From the book’s description:


When most people think of the history of modern conservatism, they think of Ronald Reagan.  Yet this narrow view...

Jun 7, 2022

Bo Winegard returns to the show to talk about controversies surrounding the science of human variation, his experience with cancel culture, and the growing problems of cognitive distribution.  It’s another in-the-weeds wonkfest of alarmingly nerdish proportions.


About Bo Winegard


Bo Winegard obtained his PhD in...

May 17, 2022

As more and more working-class Americans join the Republican party some voices on the Right are advocating the GOP become the worker’s party—a role that has traditionally been held by various movements and parties of the Left.  Is there any merit to this idea?  What is the history of labor relations and the...

May 3, 2022

Historian George Nash returns to the show to discuss the life and legacy of Herbert Hoover.


Few American presidents are as decried by voices on both the Left and Right as Herbert Hoover.  His name has become synonymous with economic suffering and callous Federal response.  But Dr. Nash contends that the popular...

Apr 19, 2022

Julie Mastrine of AllSides joins Saving Elephants host Josh Lewis in a freewheeling conversation about the media.  Conservatives love to complain of the liberal media bias, but are their complaints founded or over exaggerated?  Do “both sides” have a bias problem?  How do they differ and how are they similar?  Are...