April and Teri are together in National Harbor, MD to bring you a taste of CPAC 2018, from reaction to Trump’s speech to all the talk about guns to the fashions of the conservative “fringe.” Also, what’s the deal with that Canadian hockey player who removed her medal?

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What do you get when you have two people who practically live to write talking about their craft, their passion for writing, the process of writing and what resources they draw upon to infuse the written word with the sort life and meaning that compel the reader to pay attention? Well, you get a conversation between DC McAllister and our own Dave Carter — one that we think you’ll find enjoyable.

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Jon and Stephen join you live from CPAC! (Okay, not really.) But they do discuss CNN’s crazy townhall and the multiple failures by the Broward Sheriff in the Parkland shooting.

Our intro and outro music is “Bodys” by Car Seat Headrest. Jon’s song of the week is “Catch It” by iceage and Stephen’s is “Sober to Death” by Car Seat Headrest. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our 2018 Spotify playlist!

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The Daily Signal continued to cover the Conservative Political Action Conference on Friday, where attendees heard from President Donald Trump. He spoke about the Second Amendment, tax cuts, immigration, and more. He strongly cautioned conservatives to avoid becoming complacent. The Daily Signal also sat down with David Bozell, president of ForAmerica, and Ken Klukowski, with First Liberty Institute, American Civil Rights Union, and Breitbart News to get their reaction to the president’s speech. We hope you enjoy.

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Take a seat at the Whiskey Politics broadcast booth at CPAC 2018 with Kurt Schlichter, Tony Katz, Evan Sayet, and Dave Sussman as they crack wise on the unhinged Left.

Follow Kurt at https://twitter.com/KurtSchlichter, Tony at https://twitter.com/tonykatz and Evan at https://twitter.com/evansayet.

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Another day. Another mass shooting. While violent crime sits at near all-time lows, several of the worst mass shootings in our nation’s history have happened in the last several years. The recent mass shooting in Parkland, FL served to take the conversation to a new level where hopefully, conservatives and liberals can agree on some gun control reforms. Unfortunately, it won’t be easy. People still want “assault weapons bans” that do not work and “universal background checks” that do not serve a useful purpose. So what to do? National Review writer, attorney and Iraq War veteran David French joins Jay and Amy to talk about some of those solutions that could help and get conservative support.

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On this episode of “Right and Righter,” host Elizabeth Harrington welcomes Matthew Continetti, Aaron Harison, Natalie Johnson, and special guest Michael Goldfarb. Topics include the gun control debate, bullying, Brendan Fraser, the Bachelor Winter Games, Millennials, Justin Trudeau, and turning the Moon into a gas station. You won’t want to miss it.

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David French of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America react to the horrific news that the armed sheriff’s deputy assigned to Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School was aware of the shooter and never went in to confront him. They also recoil at reports the sheriff’s office was specifically warned in November that the shooter would do this and that his own family asked the sheriff’s office to take his guns away. David details his latest column, explaining how law-abiding Americans should have access to so-called “assault weapons” in order to match the firepower of criminals and because our founders actually did intend it to be this way. And they discuss the political freefall of now-indicted Republican Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens, who is facing charges of invasion of privacy in connection with an extramarital affair with his hairdresser before running for governor.

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When it comes to guns, it seems doubtful. Mona and Jay talk discourse, extremism, and the seeming elusiveness of serious policy discussion.

The podcast begins with the redoubtable Richard Brookhiser, historian and NR senior editor, who reflects on Trump’s influence on conservatism, dirty tricks in politics, and much more.

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The events of the past week following the mass shooting in Florida have only increased the divide in this country on the issue of guns—and pretty much everything else. This is what we talk about on the final podcast of the week. And we talk about whether Sheldon Adelson should pay for the U.S. embassy in Israel. Give a listen.

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On this episode of Filler Words, Mike and Bev are joined by Ericka Andersen, author of the forthcoming book “Leaving Cloud 9: The True Story of a Life Resurrected from the Ashes of Poverty, Trauma, and Mental Illness” (Harper Collins, June 2018). Get inspired by her journey that took her from realizing her husband’s childhood would make an inspiring book to beginning the writing process to finding a book agent and working with a publisher on the final details (4:48). This interview kicks off her media tour! Then in the District Media Group Tip of the Week, Beverly and Mike review some writing tips from the pros for aspiring authors and go over some things to keep in mind when promoting your new book.

For more Filler Words, visit www.fillerwordspodcast.com.

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Nicholas Burns is one of the leading U.S. diplomats of our time. For nearly 30 years, he served in the government, in a variety of posts: ambassador to NATO, for example. He had major responsibility for the Arab world, Iran, Russia, etc. Today, he teaches at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard, which is where Jay sat down with him. They talk over the world: North Korea and South Korea; Iran and its nuclear program; the Israel-Palestine question; Putin’s Kremlin; NATO and defense spending; and more. It’s an hour-long tutorial with one of the best. And, as Jay remarks at the end, free of charge.

 

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Pressed for time and fighting technical glitches, Jonah takes the Remnant into the perilous field of podcast rank punditry, opining at moderate length about this week’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the Parkland shooting, and the Russia investigation.

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