The Supreme Court has overturned the precedents in Roe and Casey and sent the issue of abortion back to the states to decide. What comes next? We haven’t the slightest idea.

Today’s podcast takes up the historic Supreme Court decision on guns today and asks what it might portend for the American political system in its wake. And we discuss Biden’s latest stupidity. Give a listen.

Today’s podcast explores the political ramifications of the gun legislation that seems to have had a bipartisan breakthrough in the Senate, and also considers the horrifying details laid out in yesterday’s hearing on the January 6 riot. Give a listen.

We welcome Dan Senor to today’s podcast to explain the collapse of Israel’s government and how it represents a brilliant new political play by Bibi Netanyahu. Then we talk about our own Noah Rothman’s lead essay in the July-August COMMENTARY, “You Are What You Don’t Eat.” Give a listen.

What the 2024 Republican presidential primary with Donald Trump in the race could look like, and what the Texas GOP tells us about the mood among party activists.

James Kirchick, author of Secret City: The Hidden History of Gay Washington, joins the podcast today to discuss his book as well as the January 6 Committee’s ongoing hearings and the revolt of the “woke” in the workplace.

CNN data guru Harry Enten joins the podcast to talk about polls, numbers, and the history of midterms and parties. Give a listen.

Today’s podcast takes up the results of last night’s primaries and elections and wonders at the Democratic head-in-the-sand reaction to the way Hispanic voters are moving to the Republican party. Give a listen.

The Bahnsen Group’s David Bahnsen joins the podcast today to talk about the bear market, inflation, energy geopolitics, and why we may be overly optimistic about our long-term economic fortunes.

Democrats are attempting to convince voters that inflation is A) everyone else’s fault and B) something that Republicans could do something about if they had a plan. Will it work? Also, Ron DeSantis’ impressive showing at the Jewish Leadership Conference and the January 6 Committee’s unwise decision to set high expectations for their performance.

American Enterprise Institute Senior Fellow Matthew Continetti joins the program today to break down the January 6 Committee’s first hearing. What did we learn? What did the Committee prove? And what does it matter? Also, what the firing of Washington Post reporter Felicia Sonmez says about the future of “wokeness.”

The January 6 Committee holds a primetime hearing tonight to make the case for conspiracy. What can we expect to see from the proceedings? Also, the assassination attempt targeting Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh and the need to take the temperature down.

Eli Lake joins the podcast to talk about the staggering results in the California primary last night, in which a progressive prosecutor was recalled and an all-but-in-name Republican came in first in the Los Angeles mayoral race. Give a listen.

Today’s podcast takes up the punishment of a Washington Post reporter for the crime of retweeting a provocative joke—and what it says about journalism, the Post, and America. Plus: what Georgetown Law School hath wrought in its treatment of a conservative scholar. And we talk January 6. Give a listen.

Today’s podcast examines exculpatory articles about Joe Biden’s troubles and the Democratic Party’s “messaging”  and asks the following question: Are you kidding me? Give a listen.

Joe Biden’s speech lobbying for new gun laws was emotional and affecting, but is that enough to convince the Senate to enact his policy preferences? Plus, good jobs numbers and student loan debt relief as evidence of the White House’s ideological capture. COMMENTARY tech columnist James B. Meigs joins the show today to talk about all this and more.

Matthew Continetti joins the podcast today to talk about OPEC’s move to release more oil just as Joe Biden is “considering” a visit to Saudi Arabia. Gee, we thought Saudi Arabia was beyond the pale! And we talk baby formula, abortion, and guns, so you know nothing controversial will be said. Give a listen.

Eliana Johnson of the Washington Free Beacon joins the podcast today to talk about Joe Biden’s walk-back of his firm statement—on Monday!—that the U.S. wouldn’t supply Ukraine with certain weapons. Why does he keep doing this? What on earth is going on? Plus, what happened with the John Durham investigation? Give a listen.

Today’s podcast takes up an NBC News story about how Joe Biden isn’t getting enough credit. Credit for what, you may ask? Give a listen.

The new timeline of events in Uvalde, Texas has upended the debate over what can be done to prevent another massacre like it. Also, New York City’s surrender to the opioid/opiate crisis.