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.

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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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This week, the men of GLoP kick around Woody Allen, Phillip Seymour Hoffman and the way the media has covered these stories, what did Shirley Temple have that Bieber and Cyrus don’t, the hagiography of Hillary (aided and abetted by Andrea Mitchell), HBO’s True Detective, Matthew McConaughey, TV business zombies, and the slow motion avalanche that is ObamaCare. 

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Welcome to our first GLoP Culture of 2014, crowd-sourced edition. This week, Christie, Rocky Mountain highs, cats vs. dogs, ethnic restaurant, that liberal litmus test, Saving Mr. Banks, Star Wars, the Larry King game, how to appeal to female voters, should your kids be lit majors and Grandpa Podhoretz explains it all to you. 

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The men of GLoP always go all out for the holidays and this year is no exception. This week, JPod abandons a panel, bad week to an Uncle in North Korea, the trouble with “Top Chef, ” and the best and worst movies of 2013 — and 1939.

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This week on GLoP Culture, Jonah Goldberg, John Podhoretz, and Rob Long ruminate on filibusters and cloture, the Bluto-Burke connection, a look back at JFK, cellphones on planes, mockumentaries, and a few holiday movie picks. 

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The men of GLoP finally don their headphones to serve up another steaming helping of pop culture, politics, and prescience. This week, they warn us as to what life will be like under Mayor DeBlasio, debate the value and effects on Twitter, riff on Ender’s Game and Captain Phillips and the many (many) loves of John Podhoretz.

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This week on GLoP Culture, sure, we cover the shutdown, but also life as a high profile dissenter, the realism of Gravity, some myth-busting about being a conservative in Hollywood, and some unsolicited advice for J.J. Abrams on the next installment of Star Wars

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America’s most beloved podcasters return for another dose of politics, pop culture, and predictions. This week, in the effort to defend ObamaCare, if everyone is a RINO, who’s actually a Republican? Also, Breaking Bad’s almost over, should kids have smartphones, iOS7 mini reviews, and will there be a live GLoP in New York City next month? Tune in to find out. 

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The men of GLoP return to sprinkle their bon its and wisdom across the political and cultural landscape. This week, Syria, The New York Times’ newest man in Moscow, Samantha Power is a feckless crap weasel, a mediation on John Kerry’s ever changing face, a new Hizzonor for NYC, and are we seeing the end of the Obama Presidency with three years left to go? Also, –without Googling– who knows what a Shmoo is? Tell us in the comments. The GLoPer are watching.

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This week, a GLoP for the ages as the fellows riff Bradley (or Chelsea) Manning, Greenwald’s smuggling partner, a detailed report from the front lines of the NR Cruise, Greece and Scotland, thoughts on Lee Daniels’ “The Butler”, Oprah’s handbag, “Breaking Bad” (of course), some comments on commenters, and muse about the Photoshop for this very show. Hope we didn’t disappoint!

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Everyone’s favorite prognosticators of pop culture and politics return. This week, the GLoP-sters opine all over Weiner (so to speak), Rob defends his allegedly racy TBS show (Ricochet member Adrian gets a GLoP shout-out), Jonah’s plan to keep the internet safe for our kids, RIP Helen Thomas, and suggestions for who should play Hillary Clinton in the upcoming NBC mini-series. Post your ideas in the comments. 

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WARNING: The National Weather Service has issued a severe weather warning for this website. All listeners are advised to seek shelter immediately — but bring your media players because you won’t want to miss a minute of this episode of GLoP Culture. This week, Eliot Spitzer, weird food in the heartland, why movies may be too expensive (and why it doesn’t matter), the Egyptian conundrum, and…SHARKNADO!

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The men of GLoP return to sprinkle the internets with more observations and barbs from the world of politics and culture. This week: the wanderings of Edward Snowden, World War Z, the Supreme Court, an unusual Alaskan summer, the Jewish Man of Steel, and Mad Men, the hit show that nobody watches.

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We have all the answers this week: the pronunciation of the letter “w”, the best analogy for the Justice Department scandal, the best that can happen in the IRS scandal, who really is America’s dog, whether or not Obama is Liberace and Behind The Candelabra is a great or an unwatchable movie. Also, BREAKING: the war on terror is over, Will Smith is a physicist (just ask him), the case for drones, Jonah reviews Star Trek: Into Darkness, Arrested Development, the coming TV disruption, the importance of making Webster, and Morgan Freeman falls asleep.

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First, a momentous occasion in the history of this podcast — Goldberg, Long, and Podhoretz finally agree on a name: GLoP Culture (as in pop culture). Then, a fascinating discussion on Sanford’s win; John digests Satriycon, the 50 Shades of Grey of the 1st Century; Also, Cleveland and their sorry PD; the problem with CG filled summer movies; and John books an exciting gig for an important upcoming holiday.

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The podcast known as Goldberg, Long, and Podhoretz is always innovating, or as the kids call it, disrupting. This week, we put John Podhoretz in the driver’s seat of the GLoP bus and he steers us on a steady, smooth drive. The signposts this week: The Boston bombers and Ricin mailer, the press gets it wrong, terrorism in the age of Twitter, RINOs are good for the party, Big Bangs and great TV, and the elite media bubble/punditocracy is not the audience.

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Rob Long, Jonah Goldberg, and John Podhoretz return for another whirlwind tour of politics, culture, and social media. This week, Pat Morita’s stand-up, Mark Sanford’s campaign, Game of Thrones’ nudity, Steve Byrne’s jaw, ex-Obama staffer’s Twitter feeds, Liberace’s rave’s and much more.

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