On this episode, David Barnhizer discusses his book “The Artificial Intelligence Contagion: Can Democracy Withstand the Imminent Transformation of Work, Wealth and the Social Order?”

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Psychiatrist Mark McDonald joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss how the school closures are affecting kids’ mental health.

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Peter Stravinskas joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss school choice and the Supreme Court’s decision in “Espinoza v. Montana.”

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The economic effects of the coronavirus pandemic have forced a number of Catholic schools in the United States to close. Nora Kenney joins contributing editor Mark Bauerlein to discuss.

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On this episode, Bjorn Lomborg discusses his new book, “False Alarm: How Climate Change Panic Costs Us Trillions, Hurts the Poor, and Fails to Fix the Planet.”

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Contributing editor Mark Bauerlein is joined by Justin Garrison and Ryan Holston, the editors of “The Historical Mind: Humanistic Renewal in a Post-Constitutional Age.”

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Joel Kotkin discusses his book “The Coming of Neo-Feudalism: A Warning to the Global Middle Class.”

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On this episode, George Weigel discusses his new book “The Next Pope: The Office of Peter and a Church in Mission.”

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Hadley Arkes and Mark Bauerlein discuss the Supreme Court’s ruling in “Bostock v. Clayton County.”

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On this episode, Yuval Levin discusses his book “A Time to Build: From Family and Community to Congress and the Campus, How Recommitting to Our Institutions Can Revive the American Dream.”

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On this episode, Matthew B. Crawford discusses his new book, “Why We Drive: Toward a Philosophy of the Open Road.”

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Austin Ruse joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss the work of C-Fam (the Center for Family & Human Rights)—including C-Fam’s efforts at the U.N. to prevent the creation of an international right to abortion.

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Jon Schweppe joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss the regulation of pornography, Big Tech censorship of free speech, and how to reform Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act.

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On this episode, Mark Hemingway addresses the uproar over Sen. Tom Cotton’s New York Times op-ed and discusses the state of investigative reporting today.

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Ari Schulman joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss COVID-19, the perils of social media, and the proper role of scientific expertise in politics.

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Luke C. Sheahan discusses freedom of association and his book “Why Associations Matter: The Case for First Amendment Pluralism.”

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John Ellis discusses the state of academia today and his book “The Breakdown of Higher Education: How It Happened, the Damage It Does, and What Can Be Done.”

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Michelle Kamhi discusses the contemporary artworld and her book “Bucking the Artworld Tide: Reflections on Art, Pseudo Art, Art Education & Theory.”

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Ryan T. Anderson and Mark discuss why conservatives shouldn’t limit themselves to procedural arguments in the culture war—we need to emphasize our substantive moral commitments as well as our religious-liberty protections.

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Mark Pulliam explains why religion is disappearing from Religious Studies departments.

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