This week, it’s all about the waiting: Jonah’s waiting for the cable guy, John is waiting for Kol Nidre, Rob is waiting for a pitch. Also, everything you’ve always wanted to know about Yom Kippur, the Emmy’s, what’s the deal with peak TV, Scott Walker quits, Carly rises, a mediation on practical politics, and the guys reveal their Secret Service code names. What’s yours?

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The men of GLoP (for those living under a rock, that’s Jonah Goldberg, Rob Long, and John Podhoretz) return for their August appointment. This episode, Yuge look at Candidate Trump, including a sobering exercise in what a Donald Presidency might look like. Then, Hillary’s email server gets GLoP-ped, the Bernie Sanders/#BlackLivesMatter phenomenon is explained, True Detective gets parsed, and much more. Tune in!

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big_boy_pantsYou may have heard a rumor about Jonah’s ability to purchase a pair of pants. On this week’s episode of GLoP Culture, Goldberg bravely addresses these scurrilous reports and refutes a certain follicle challenged Presidential candidate’s assertions about his haberdasher purchasing skills. Also, The GLoP take on Greece, the GLoP daughters review Inside Out, decaying Manhattan, the genius of Idiocracy, RIP Omar Sharif, and some GLoP suggestions on movies you haven’t seen.

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dragonWelcome to GLoW! This week, John Podhoretz is on vacation and we’re lucky enough to have the Mad Dog Kevin Williamson sit in for him (Charlie Cooke was supposed to join to, but a last minute flight cancellation prevented that — too bad).

Today, the guys continue their War On Trump®, opine on the Confederate flag, welcome the President to the grand medium of podcasting, and has Jonah finally converted Rob into a Game of Thrones fan? Tune in to find out.

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Back by popular demand, Rob Long, Jonah Goldberg, and John Podhoretz reconvene for another GLoP romp through popular culture. This week: The trials and tribulations of Hillary Clinton, a mid-season look at Game of Thrones, and is Silicon Valley not only the best show on TV but also the most conservative? Also, the Duggars dig in, and Deep Blue Sea is the best shark movie you’ve never seen. You’re welcome.

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All Trumped UpThis special edition of the GLoP Culture Podcast was recorded live from National Review Institute’s 2015 Ideas Summit at the Willard InterContinental Hotel in Washington, D.C. The gang, The Weekly Standard’s Steve Hayes National Review’s Jonah GoldbergCommentary’s John Podhortez (also of The NY Post) and our own Rob Long, talk about The Donald misplaced hatred of Jonah, mattresses, anti-American movies, market disruption, and how best to shave your back (hint: enter “GLOP” at checkout), all while reportedly sipping contraband Jameson. In attendance at the NRI Summit for this live episode of GLoP Culture were a dozen Ricochet members, most of whom received free tickets to the evening’s events as part of their Reagan memberships.

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glopizzaThis week, GLoPheads Jonah Goldberg, John Podhoretz, and Rob Long discuss the repercussions of the Indiana RFRA act, Rolling Stone’s refusal to take full responsibility after publishing a totally fabricated piece, and make the case as to why nascent Daily Show host Trevor Noah will probably survive his Tweets but may not last long in the host’s chair. Also, a nostalgic look back at New York nightlife in the 70s, and John details a college event that made an indelible impression.

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America’s most trusted pundits –that’s Jonah Goldberg, Rob Long, and John Podhoretz– return and just in the nick of time. This week, they discuss imploding anchors Brian Williams and Steve Kroft, marvel at the success of  American Sniper, riff on the virtues (and possible downsides) of method acting, blows the lid off baby poop, and make their Oscar predictions. Will it be Boyhood or Birdman? You gotta tune in to find out.

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This week, a very special edition of the show commonly known as GLoP (that’s Jonah Goldberg, Rob Long, and John Podhoretz, for you noobs): a live show recorded aboard the Allure of The Seas somewhere in the Caribbean. This week, the boys prognosticate on why Barack Obama is really Greg Brady aka, Johnny Bravo, Hillary’s got 99 problems, why zombies are a cultural touchstone, and in case we wind up on one, each panelist chooses the five movies they’d take to a desert island.

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Naked and Afraid

It’s GLoPtober and that can only mean one thing: the men of GLoP (that’s Jonah Goldberg, Rob Long, and John Podhoretz) are back with another tour through politics and pop culture. This week, does winning the Senate really matter?; Is Boyhood a conservative movie even though it takes potshots at Republicans and religion?; the icky use of babies on Homeland; What’s the deal with Gone Girl?; Is Adam Sandler a Hollywood disrupter or just a fading star looking for one last deal?; Will Interstellar soar among the stars or crash land in a sea of environmental metaphors?; And what’s Jonah’s favorite reality show? Hint: it’s got lots of pixellation.

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In a recent G-File, Jonah (the “G” in GLoP) wrote that “conservatives need to get over their insecurities about not being cool in the eyes of liberals.” Do we need our own Daily Show or Colbert Report? Do we already have them? Also, does the Left really have a monopoly on storytelling today Does it matter? Listen to what our learned hosts have to say on the topic and then weigh in below.

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This week, the world’s most awesome podcast tackles ISIS, both the secret and not so secret varieties; ponder why Hollywood is slumping, dispense some thoughts on immigration, and debate whether or not Republicans can ride the Hobby Lobby horse all the way to the White House. Also. GLoP no like M*A*S*H, and finally (after much prodding by a certain Ricochet staffer) JPod ventures into the comments on Ricochet and finds the experience, well, less than awesome. 

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ReadyWhen news breaks, the men of GLoP (for the uninitiated, that’s Jonah Goldberg, Rob Long, and John Podhoretz) are there to cover it. This week, breaking news on the Clinton’s finances in 2000, who knows Bowe?, the latest punditry on Game of Thrones, Tom Cruise vs. weepy teen dramas, and more! Tune in for all the fun that’s fit to chat about.

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After an extended absence, the men of GLoP are back to answer and discuss the most important issues of the day: Is it time to break out the midterm victory champagne? The Spiderman reboot: a great or the greatest Spiderman reboot? Does Benghazi really matter? Does it matter as much of Game of Thrones? How about Mad Men? Also, Star Wars, a GloP deep dive on Frank Soto’s Monogamy: What Is It Good For? post, the funniest thing on Twitter, and Rob describes a unique French hygiene custom. Yup, we go there.

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America’s jolliest pundits return for a special April Fool’s day edition of their patented tour through politics and pop culture. It’s a crap shoot this week as John podcasts live from Sin City. Today, our boys ruminate on ObamaCare, why liberals don’t think things go better with Koch, the How I Met Your Mother finale, Rob’s review of Johnny Carson by Henry Bushkin, and the Colbert contretemps.

The joke is on you, EJHill.

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When Barack Obama is doing comedy and the men of GLoP are doing some heavy weight social commentary (at least on this podcast), we’re through the looking glass, people. But that’s where we find ourselves as this week, Jonah, John, and Rob take on the President’s comedy chops, hipsters and the political conundrum they find themselves in, why a conversation on contraception is an exercise in futility, why liberals provide the best argument against liberalism, and a GLoP tribute to the late, great Harold Ramis. Also, as depicted above, Zoë the Wonder Dog makes her podcast debut.

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