David and Alexandra discuss how a lurch towards identity politics would be bad for the #MeToo movement and end the chance for bipartisan cultural reform. They end the podcast with an interesting new study that casts doubt on the true amount of “choice” in America’s abortion culture.

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David French and Alexandra DeSanctis briefly discuss Roy Moore’s race in Alabama then discuss in-depth the police killing of pest control worker Daniel Shaver, the rules for use of force by police, and the danger of reflexive pro- or anti-police bias.

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David French and Alexandra DeSanctis talk to the Alliance Defending Freedom’s David Cortman and Kristen Waggoner, lead lawyers in two of the most important Supreme Court free speech cases in a generation, speak about their cases, their clients, and the constitutional issues at stake.

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David French and Alexandra DeSanctis discuss good news from the Supreme Court, describe why due process isn’t relevant to weighing the claims against Roy Moore, and Alexandra justifies her opposition to the new Lord of the Rings series coming soon from
Amazon.

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David French and Alexandra DeSanctis discuss the church shooting in Sutherland Springs, Texas, the Left’s vicious response to Americans who offer prayers in response to mass shootings, and the impact of various so-called “common sense” gun control proposals on gun violence and civil liberties.

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National Review’s David French and Alexandra DeSanctis discuss by the centrality of the right to life in the fight for liberty, the disturbing case of “Jane Doe,” an illegal immigrant and minor who successfully forced the federal government to grant her access to an abortion, and they consider the question: “Why aren’t more libertarians pro-life?”

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