The King of Stuff welcomes back Ethan Nicolle, author of the new book, Chesterton’s Gateway: 14 Essays To Get You Hooked On Chesterton. Jon and Ethan discuss the brilliance of G.K. Chesterton and cover Ethan’s work as creative director for the Babylon Bee. Ethan created the web comic Axe Cop with his little brother, and later became an animated series on FOX and FXX. His other books include Bears Want to Kill You: The Authoritative Guide to Survival in the War Between Man and Bear and the mid-grade novel Brave Ollie Possum.

After the interview, Jon discusses the shocking Republican victories in Virginia and across the country.

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Jon and Stephen welcome Ethan Nicolle, author of the soon-to-be bestseller Bears Want to Kill You: The Authoritative Guide to Survival in the War Between Man and Bear. Ethan is the creative director for Christian satire site The Babylon Bee and co-created Axe Cop, a webcomic which was turned into animated TV show on Fox and FXX. He also co-hosts the Audio Mullet podcast with Doug TenNapel of video game Earthworm Jim and Mike Nelson of Mystery Science Theater 3000.

Then the Conservatarians discuss “Game of Thrones” and the latest anti-abortion laws in Alabama and Georgia. The intro/outro song is “Unbearable” by The Wonder Stuff. Jon’s song of the week is “Davni Chasy” by The Wedding Present and Stephen’s album of the week is I Am Easy to Find by The National. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our 2019 Spotify playlist!