Could we be experiencing Trump’s “Warren Harding” moment—a return to normalcy?

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Finally we found it— A REAL Russia scandal from the 2016 election!

White House Reporter Sarah Westwood on the “condolence phone call” phony news story.

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A no-holds-barred conversation/debate/suck-up session with my pal Tucker Carlson. You think he’s off-the-hook on TV? Listen to this podcast. Yikes!

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Tolerant liberals try to destroy a small business owner because they can’t tolerate his (alleged) non-liberalism.

Colin Kaepernick blames his NFL woes on … Donald Trump.

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“Maybe not ‘good riddance,’ but ‘riddance.'” Jimmy Kimmel tells Republican viewers to go screw. How do his sponsors feel about that?

Donald Trump’s key voting bloc: The “Intact-American” vote.

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President Trump’s new strategy for Obamacare and the Iran Deal? Following the law. (And Democrats hate it)

Avik Roy on what Trump’s executive orders on Obamacare did–and didn’t–accomplish.

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In Defense of Harvey Weinstein? One New York Times columnist steps into the breach.

Do Donald Trump Republicans even SUPPORT free speech?

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From the halls of the Supreme Court to the gridiron of the NFL, it’s a good day for Donald Trump.

Harvey Weinstein flees to Europe—will Roman Polanski pick him up at the airport?

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Liberals and Trump haters discover the power of “post-hoc heroism.”

The “radical” EPA ruling that isn’t radical at all

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In this special “Holiday Formerly Known As Columbus Day” edition of the podcast, Michael Graham explains why, yes, the progressives are absolutely right to use “Indigenous People’s Day” to remember the horrors of slavery and oppression. In fact, they have no idea just how right they are.

Also, historian J. Mark Powell of “Holy Cow History” notes some significant dates from history this week, including a key moment for fans of “nattering nabobs of negativism.” And the story of “The Jewish Cowboy” who became a movie legend.

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The NY Times Op-Ed page says the Second Amendment is one of the Constitution’s “original sins, after slavery.”

Harvey Weinstein’s “Tips For Making It Big in Hollywood.”

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That brilliant Brit, James Delingpole, joins us to talk about what it’s like to be a Trump-friendly conservative in modern Europe.

Also, more developments in the Las Vegas massacre story as the sheriff suggests the shooter did NOT act alone.

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Did Valium make him do it? Or was he “radicalized?” New theories emerge in the Las Vegas shooting case.

Senator Mike Lee joins me to talk Second Amendment and how gun-rights supporters should respond to mass shootings.

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The day after America’s worst mass shooting, we hear stories of heroism and, unfortunately, the same old politics.

In the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, anti-gun Democrats go cleats high with partisan rhetoric against Republicans and the NRA with “blood on your hands” attacks against the GOP. At least one congressman is going to boycott any “moment of silence” for the victim.

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Today’s podcast is dominated by the news of a horrifying massacre in Las Vegas at the Mandalay Bay hotel. The shooting, the worst in American history, brings a new level of violence. But, alas, it sparks the same, old partisan debates and finger-pointing over guns and the Second Amendment.

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This week, we call of a couple of our most popular podcasters to help us parse the week’s events: Michael Graham, the Boston based host of or daily podcast Michael in the Morning sits in for Peter Robinson, while Michael Stopa from the Harvard Lunch Club podcast stops by to talk about how the President is doing so far (and yes, he and Rob Long get into another one of their epic rap battles). Then, the WSJ’s Jason Riley joins to discuss kneeling in the NFL and his new book False Black Power? Finally, a librarian in Massachusetts doesn’t like Dr. Suess. Well, that’s not really true, and a hearty “so long, Hef!”

Music from this week’s show: Puerto Rico by Vaya Con Dios

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You don’t have to be an arrogant insufferable jerk to be a good progressive…but it sure doesn’t hurt.

A throw down over Evangelicals and their support for Donald Trump with one of my fellow Ricochet podcasters

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Did Evangelicals Really Pick Trump Over Jesus? We’ll ask Erick Erickson.

Hugh Hefner has passed away, and leaves a legacy of liberal hypocrisy behind.

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According to Steve Bannon, it was the revenge of the “rubes” in Alabama as voters sent Trump the hero they wanted, not necessarily the one Trump needed.

Of course the GOP tax reforms are going to “cut taxes for the rich.” They’re the ones who PAY taxes.

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The problem with the #TakeAKnee protest isn’t the divisiveness, it’s the stupidity.

The Washington Free Beacon’s Matt Continetti on how amazing it is that the one person who “gets” middle America is a multi-millionaire TV star from New York City.

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