On the first COMMENTARY podcast of the week, we take up the long-term threat to Democratic interests—and the truth, and fairness, and everything Democrats have said they stand for when it comes to women and sexual abuse—that arises from House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi’s decision to provide cover for accused harasser John Conyers. Give a listen.

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In this pre-Thanksgiving COMMENTARY podcast, the gang (minus an under-the-weather Noah Rothman) discusses Donald Trump’s anti-presidential attitude and whether there’s an upside to it. We also consider the new partisan turn in the response to ongoing sexual-misconduct allegations. Give a listen.

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On the first of this holiday week’s COMMENTARY podcasts, we delve into the question of what the sexual harassment scandals of the past seven weeks have in common with previous moments in American history. And we talk tax reform and where you can get a cheap cooked turkey. Give a listen.

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In the second COMMENTARY podcast of the week, the crew (Noah’s still on vacation) makes sense of the continued allegations against Senate candidate Roy Moore, the new allegation against Senator Al Franken, the reemerging allegations against Bill Clinton, and the whole state of our post-Weinstein culture. We also reflect on the Republican tax-cut push and what its success would mean for Donald Trump. Give a listen.

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n the first COMMENTARY podcast of the week, the gang (minus Noah Rothman) covers the accusations of sexual misconduct against the Roy Moore, his strange defense, and his even stranger defenders. We also talk about President Trump’s press conference with Rodrigo Duterte and the explosive news of a massive cyberattack on the NSA. Give a listen.

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On the second podcast of the week, the COMMENTARY crew takes up the question of how bad the 2017 election results are for the GOP and what they herald for next year, whether the damage might be mitigated by a tax reform bill, and whether Democrats can be responsible stewards of their own future and keep themselves from going off the ledge into a leftist maelstrom. Then we discuss the terrifying prospect of Jeremy Corbyn’s ascension to 10 Downing Street. Give a listen.

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On this week’s first COMMENTARY Podcast, John Podhoretz, Abe Greenwald, Sohrab Ahmari, and Noah Rothman discuss the left-right cultural divide over how to respond to horrific shootings like that which occurred in Texas over the weekend. The hosts also explore how the left’s temptation to attack cultural signifiers on the right will prevent them from exploring what really happened in the event that a Republican wins the Virginia gubernatorial race on Tuesday.

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We welcome Senior Writer Sohrab Ahmari to the COMMENTARY podcast today, as we examine two articles today that finally show the Democratic Party is taking the full measure of the disaster it has brought upon itself. We also talk about the horror in Tribeca. Give a listen.

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The first COMMENTARY podcast of the week finds me, Abe Greenwald, and Noah Rothman considering the volcanic possible consequences that might flow from Special Prosecutor Mueller’s indictments of one-time Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. Then we move on to the Hollywood sex scandals and wonder whether we are seeing the literal implosion of an entire industry. Give a listen.

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Abe, Noah, and John come together for the last COMMENTARY podcast of the week to discuss the retirement of Jeff Flake and his attack on Donald Trump’s violation of norms: Can you really say the man who wins the presidency is a political aberration. We then consider the schadenfreude of the Right at learning of the Clinton campaign’s hidden role in trying to dig up dirt on Trump in Russia—and wonder at the conspiracy theory that is being spun from it. Give a listen.

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On this week’s first COMMENTARY podcast, we stand agog at the personal $32 million payout by former #1 cable news star Bill O’Reilly and what it means about the sexual harassment scandals and the way they are changing the rules. Then we move on to simpler matters, like American foreign policy and the ambush in Niger. Give a listen.

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On the second COMMENTARY podcast of the week, the crew delves into the Russian purchase of an American uranium company during the Obama years and how its executives enriched the Clintons and the Clinton Foundation as it was happening—and what this tells us about them and the Democratic party and Obama. Then President Trump’s uncomfortable contretemps over calling Gold Star families takes us to the question of the culture war and how important it is in understanding our present moment. Give a listen.

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On the first COMMENTARY podcast of the week, the crew takes up the Trump White House’s move on the Iran deal, its declarations on health care, and its shifting policies on immigration and “Dreamers” and how they reveal that this revolutionary administration is actually engaging in half-measures that are designed to make everybody miserable. Give a listen.

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On the first COMMENTARY podcast of the week, Abe Greenwald and Noah Rothman explore with me the meaning of the Twitter war between the president and the retiring chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and what it portends for the potential crackup of the Republican Party. Then the crew descends into Hollywood Gomorrah with Harvey Weinstein and his sexual predation and the coverups thereto. Give a listen.

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On the second COMMENTARY podcast of the week, John Podhoretz asks Noah Rothman and Abe Greenwald whether things are changing on the Right in regards to gun-control measures after Las Vegas—and whether “mass shootings” constitutes an event category that makes sense. And they ask whether Rex Tillerson calling the president a “moron” constitutes a Jack Woltz event. Who is Jack Woltz, you ask? Give a listen.

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On this week’s first podcast, the COMMENTARY crew (Noah Rothman, Abe Greenwald, and John Podhoretz) discuss whether the mass shooting in Las Vegas speaks to the need for new policy or to a disease in the American body politic and the American spirit. Then they ask why on earth the president of the United States found it necessary to pick a fight about the recovery efforts in Puerto Rico, and why he went after his secretary of state on Twitter, and why some other stuff. Give a listen.

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On the second COMMENTARY podcast of the week, Noah Rothman and Abe Greenwald seek to answer John Podhoretz’s deeply pointed queries about what the victory of Roy Moore in the Alabama runoff might mean for Senate Republicans, Mitch McConnell, and whether #MAGA has become a runaway train. Then they talk about tax cuts, and then they make it interesting (John thinks). Give a listen.

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The first COMMENTARY podcast of the week finds John Podhoretz, Abe Greenwald, and Noah Rothman discussing the weekend of knee-taking and Trump-tweeting about patriotism and the NFL and blah blah blah while North Korea threatens hydrogen bomb-testing and Puerto Rico reverts to a state of nature. And we enjoy the decline and fall of Valerie Plame. Give a listen.

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In John Podhoretz’s absence, Abe Greenwald and Noah Rothman take the helm in the first of the week’s podcasts devoted almost entirely the liberal anxiety at the Emmy Awards. Why are so many Americans tuning out of awards shows, movies, music, and sports programming? Could the answer be divorced from displays of liberal politics? The hosts discuss the self-deluded antipathy toward “normalizing” a president, which is now inexplicably being directed toward his former press secretary.

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Yes, we told you so, and we say it again and again on the second of this week’s COMMENTARY podcasts. Noah Rothman, Abe Greenwald, and John Podhoretz attempt to examine the political menage-a-trois between Trump, Schumer, and Pelosi, whom it helps, whom it hurts, and the pain and agony of people who took Donald Trump at his word. Give a listen.

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