This week, Sonny Bunch, the venerable co-host of The Weekly Sub-Standard podcast sits in for the TV making Rob Long (he’ll be back for the next show, promise!). The boy cover the AHCA debacle, why the Richard Dreyfuss character in Close Encounters of The Third Kind is a terrible person, ruminate on the many different cuts of Blade Runner that vastly the movie’s legacy, debate the greatness or lack thereof of Stephen King, and Jonah pushes Sonny to defend an ongoing theory in The Weekly Substandard’s podcast that the Empire in the Star Wars movies are actually the GOOD guys. Huh?

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Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet’s Stephen Miller discuss the City of Malibu protecting their cheap illegal labor force, California’s decision to prosecute pro-life activists for daring to practice journalism, and try to figure out the Devin Nunes “scandal.”

Our intro and outro music is “Anti-Parent Cowboy Killers” by Joanna Gruesome. Stephen’s song of the week is “Angeles” by Elliot Smith, and Jon’s is “She’s a Cult” by Ulrika Spacek. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist. You also should subscribe to this podcast and give it five-star, glowing reviews on iTunes!

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With the explosion of the American Health Care Act now nearly a full week behind us, one question remains: What now?

Mixed signals from the White House, the uncertain fate of tax reform, and a health care system still on a downward slope means the issue can’t simply be swept under the rug. That’s why we’ve brought in Ryan Ellis, Forbes contributor and co-founder of the Repeal Coalition, to dissect what went wrong and how Conservatives can navigate the shaky waters ahead.

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Mike Ghouse (Muslim American) with The Center for Pluralism discusses Sharia Law, Islamism, Israel, Iran and the Palestinian conflict. Mike has been seen on all cable news networks and is well known for his shoot-outs with Conservative firebrand Sean Hannity.

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Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III of the Fourth Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals sits down with ChangeUp Media’s Ben Weingarten for Encounter Books to discuss his new book “All Falling Faiths: Reflections on the Promise and Failure of the 1960s.” During the interview, Judge Wilkinson and Ben discuss a variety of topics including why Judge Wilkinson chose to write a memoir to explore the impact of the ’60s on American life, the decline in American education and denigration of its values and history during that decade, the decade’s long-term impact on law and order, the forgotten promise of the ’60s, Judge Wilkinson’s views on the greatness of America and much more.

Read ‘All Falling Faiths’: tinyurl.com/zmx5nqh.

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Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III of the Fourth Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals sits down with ChangeUp Media’s Ben Weingarten for Encounter Books to discuss his new book “All Falling Faiths: Reflections on the Promise and Failure of the 1960s.” During the interview, Judge Wilkinson and Ben discuss a variety of topics including why Judge Wilkinson chose to write a memoir to explore the impact of the ’60s on American life, the decline in American education and denigration of its values and history during that decade, the decade’s long-term impact on law and order, the forgotten promise of the ’60s, Judge Wilkinson’s views on the greatness of America and much more.

Read ‘All Falling Faiths’: tinyurl.com/zmx5nqh.

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Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III of the Fourth Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals sits down with ChangeUp Media’s Ben Weingarten for Encounter Books to discuss his new book “All Falling Faiths: Reflections on the Promise and Failure of the 1960s.” During the interview, Judge Wilkinson and Ben discuss a variety of topics including why Judge Wilkinson chose to write a memoir to explore the impact of the ’60s on American life, the decline in American education and denigration of its values and history during that decade, the decade’s long-term impact on law and order, the forgotten promise of the ’60s, Judge Wilkinson’s views on the greatness of America and much more.

Read ‘All Falling Faiths’: tinyurl.com/zmx5nqh.

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Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III of the Fourth Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals sits down with ChangeUp Media’s Ben Weingarten for Encounter Books to discuss his new book “All Falling Faiths: Reflections on the Promise and Failure of the 1960s.” During the interview, Judge Wilkinson and Ben discuss a variety of topics including why Judge Wilkinson chose to write a memoir to explore the impact of the ’60s on American life, the decline in American education and denigration of its values and history during that decade, the decade’s long-term impact on law and order, the forgotten promise of the ’60s, Judge Wilkinson’s views on the greatness of America and much more.

Read ‘All Falling Faiths’: tinyurl.com/zmx5nqh.

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Judge J. Harvie Wilkinson III of the Fourth Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals sits down with ChangeUp Media’s Ben Weingarten for Encounter Books to discuss his new book “All Falling Faiths: Reflections on the Promise and Failure of the 1960s.” During the interview, Judge Wilkinson and Ben discuss a variety of topics including why Judge Wilkinson chose to write a memoir to explore the impact of the ’60s on American life, the decline in American education and denigration of its values and history during that decade, the decade’s long-term impact on law and order, the forgotten promise of the ’60s, Judge Wilkinson’s views on the greatness of America and much more.

Read ‘All Falling Faiths’: tinyurl.com/zmx5nqh.

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Be part of our world as we dedicate an entire episode to Emily’s love of Disney theme parks, Elisha’s mini-Elsa and Amelia’s way-too-pragmatic thoughts on the romantic choices of Disney’s heroines.

Song: under the sea from the little mermaid

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Host Teri Christoph discusses an important bill that was recently vetoed by her governor, Terry McAuliffe. This law that would’ve helped women who are victims of domestic abuse to better protect themselves, and it brings to mind the tragic story of Carol Bowne.

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Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America applaud Defense Secretary Jim Mattis for doing his best to limit civilian casualties while explaining that are often unavoidable in wartime as the U.S. dramatically ramps up the military action against ISIS. They also discuss how Democrats are boxing themselves into a corner by trying to filibuster Neil Gorsuch – a move that could lead to rule changes that make the Democrats powerless to stop anything. And they react to Pres. Trump telling senators a deal on health care legislation will be “easy.”

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Larry Kudlow and Tim Pawlenty return to the digital realm with some thoughts on the AHCA debacle, the tax reform dream, and ruminate on whether or not Mitch McConnell with nuke the Democrats on the Gorsuch nomination.

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Chris Arnade is not the guy you’d expect to see shooting photos of home addicts in the Bronx. With a Ph.D. in physics and a 20-year career on Wall Street, Chris embarked on long walks in New York City and eventually to Hunts Point in the South Bronx. There he started a project he didn’t intend to start. It’s called “Faces of Addiction,” and you can go here to see the photos. Please know that some of the images, while beautiful, may be disturbing to some people, but they are still worth viewing.

Chris talked about that project, what led him to it and what he is working on now. You can follow him on Twitter.

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Eliot Cohen is a leading national-security scholar and an adviser to presidents, would-be presidents, and others. His latest book is The Big Stick: The Limits of Soft Power & the Necessity of Military Force. Jay asks him to take a tour around the world, and he does: beginning with Mexico, moving to Europe, moving to the Far East, and the Mideast, and elsewhere. They wind up talking about the Trump administration, which includes, in senior positions, longtime friends and comrades of Cohen’s. Spend some time with Professor Cohen, and you will have a heightened view of the world: its dangers and its promises.

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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast for March 28, 2017, it’s the Former President Trump edition of the show. Brought to you this week by Casper Mattresses.

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