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Rapid-fire commentary from a center-right perspective
Weekly episodes of Ricochet’s flagship podcast feature our hosts James Lileks, Rob Long, Peter Robinson, and guests discussing the issues of the week.
Hosted by Avik S. Roy
American Wonk covers a wide range of topics, with a focus on domestic and foreign policy. Avik explores important ideas and policies with the experts who know them best—right or left—and ask challenging questions to all, in the spirit of Bill Buckley.
Ricochet’s road warrior Dave Carter’s dispatches from the highways of America.
The Podcast on Foreign Relations and Foreign Affairs brings you a rotating cast of journalists, policy makers, deep thinkers, and reports from people in far-away places.
Jonah Goldberg, John Podhoretz, and Rob Long
National Review’s Jonah Goldberg, Commentary’s John Podhoretz, and Ricochet’s Rob Long discuss culture and politics.
Hosted by James Lileks
James Lileks’ legendary podcast returns. Stories, observations, anecdotes and music from the end of the counter to the end of the earth.
Kudlow and Pawlenty's Money and Politics
CNBC’s Larry Kudlow and former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlently discuss the issues of the day in an unrehearsed and informal chat.
Hosted by Troy Senik
A lively (and often funny) look at legislation and constitutional jurisprudence by preeminent law professors Richard Epstein and John Yoo.
National Review’s Charles C.W. Cooke and Kevin D. Williamson discuss world events.
A fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and a contributor to CNBC, Jim Pethokoukis discusses money and politics with guests.
National Review's Mona Charen and Jay Nordlinger discuss the news of the week.
Jay Nordlinger and Mona Charen– sometimes just the two of them, sometimes with guests– will explain what’s wrong with the world (usually liberals) and how to fix it.
The Powerline Blog's Podcast
John Hinderaker, Paul Mirengoff, Scott Johnson, and Steven Hayward bring you the Power Line blog’s perspective on the week’s big headlines.
National Review's Jay Nordlinger interviews figures from politics and culture.
Jay Nordlinger is a senior editor of National Review and the music critic of The New Criterion. His guests are from the worlds of politics and culture, talking about the most important issues of the day, and some pleasant trivialities as well.
Live from occupied Europe
Columnist James Delingpole fearlessly broadcasts a quirky, British view of conservative politics on both sides of the Atlantic.
10-minute interviews with today's top authors on current events, politics, history, and more.
Hosted by John J. Miller of National Review, The Bookmonger features 10-minute interviews with today’s top authors on current events, politics, history, and more.
Conversations with the creatives, the rebels, and the innovative thinkers whose ideas and experience should have a greater influence upon public policy.
Mark and Mollie Hemingway
Mark and Mollie Hemingway discuss the issues of the household and the nation.
The new home of the First Team of The Northern Alliance.
Powerline’s John Hinderaker and Fraters Libertas’ Brian Ward bring a unique upper-midwest point of view as they comment on current events in the news and the culture.
Hosted by Milt Rosenberg
The Milt Rosenberg Show is a daily public affairs program that features intelligent, enlivening and thought provoking discussions centered on the world of ideas.
Tracked and Targeted focuses on the institutions that are destroying America: Government, academia, and the media. No aspect of our culture is safe from their Hellfire missles of analysis.
Up-to-date commentary on the intersection of politics, policy, and economics from National Review's Reihan Salam and Patrick Brennan
“Wonky Town” provides up-to-date commentary on the intersection of politics, policy, and economics from National Review’s Reihan Salam and Patrick Brennan. Can Ted Cruz really abolish the IRS? What are the Republican alternatives to Obamacare? Where is the economy headed—will it boost Republicans or Democrats next year? As the 2016 campaign takes off, Wonky Town will be conservatives’ home for analysis of these kinds of questions and more.