In this episode, Christine Rosen joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss her Commentary Magazine articles “All the President’s Press Men” and “Enola Gay, or, How the Media Imploded When It Came to Harvard’s President.”

Music by Jack Bauerlein.

In this episode, John Cox joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book, “The Newsom Nightmare: The California Catastrophe and How to Reform Our Broken System.”

Music by Jack Bauerlein.

In this episode, Cal Thomas joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book “A Watchman in the Night: What I’ve Seen Over 50 Years Reporting on America.”

Music by Frederic Chopin licensed via Creative Commons. Tracks reorganized, duplicated, and edited.

In this episode, Chris Sinacola joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss the new book, “Restoring the City on a Hill: U.S. History & Civics in America’s Schools.”

Music by Jack Bauerlein.

In this episode, Madison Trammel joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book “Fundamentalists in the Public Square.”

Music by Frederic Chopin licensed via Creative Commons. Tracks reorganized, duplicated, and edited.

In this episode, Jonathan Barth joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss “The Study of American History in Our Universities,” a report made by Arizona State University’s Center for American Institutions.

Music by Jack Bauerlein.

In this episode, Amul Thapar joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book, “The People’s Justice: Clarence Thomas and the Constitutional Stories that Define Him.”

Music by Jack Bauerlein.

In this episode, Seamus Bruner joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book, “Controligarchs: Exposing the Billionaire Class, their Secret Deals, and the Globalist Plot to Dominate Your Life.”

Music by Jack Bauerlein.

In this episode, Matthew B. Crawford joins the podcast to talk about his article, “The Rise of Antihumanism” from August 2023. They evaluate the antihumanisms gripping the West.

Music by Jack Bauerlein.

In this episode, Josiah Ober joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book “The Civic Bargain: How Democracy Survives.”

Music by Frederic Chopin licensed via Creative Commons. Tracks reorganized, duplicated, and edited.

In this episode, Curt Thompson joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book “The Deepest Place: Suffering and the Formation of Hope.”

Music by Jack Bauerlein.

In this episode, David Ruth joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss the vision and programs of the University of Austin.

Music by Frederic Chopin licensed via Creative Commons. Tracks reorganized, duplicated, and edited.

In this episode, Andrew Youngblood joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book “Know Thyself: Catholic Classical Education and the Discovery of Self​​.”

Music by Jack Bauerlein.

In this episode, Richard Gallagher joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book “Demonic Foes: My Twenty-Five Years as a Psychiatrist Investigating Possessions, Diabolic Attacks, and the Paranormal.”

Music by Frederic Chopin licensed via Creative Commons. Tracks reorganized, duplicated, and edited.

In this episode, Roger L. Simon joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book “American Refugees: The Untold Story of the Mass Exodus from Blue States to Red States​​.”

Music by Jack Bauerlein.

In this episode, Alister McGrath joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss the new book “Coming to Faith Through Dawkins: 12 Essays on the Pathway from New Atheism to Christianity.”

Music by Jack Bauerlein.

In this episode, Stanley K. Ridgley joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book “Brutal Minds: The Dark World of Left-Wing Brainwashing in Our Universities.”

Music by Frederic Chopin licensed via Creative Commons. Tracks reorganized, duplicated, and edited.

In this episode, Nils A. Haug joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book “Politics, Law, and Disorder in the Garden of Eden: The Quest for Identity.”

Music by Jack Bauerlein.

In this episode, Thomas F. Powers joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss his new book “American Multiculturalism and the Anti-Discrimination Regime: The Challenge to Liberal Pluralism.”

Music by Jack Bauerlein.

In this episode, Liel Leibovitz joins the podcast to talk about his article, “Pagan Hamas” from January 2024. They evaluate the attacks on Israel and the broader West.

Music by Jack Bauerlein.