Live from Martha’s Vineyard, it’s the comedic stylings (and Constitutional insights) of Alan Dershowitz. He talks about his new book, “The Case Against Impeaching Trump,” life for a liberal “turncoat” on Martha’s Vineyard, and why he believes the Left hasn’t “abandoned” the fundamental principle of free speech. (It’s a trick answer–don’t miss it!)

Also, Boston Democrats want to give non-citizens the right to vote, while in New Hampshire they want non-New Hampshire residents voting there, too. Is it craven politics, or do Democrats really have such little respect for democracy?

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Andrew McCarthy of National Review on why Kavanaugh was perhaps the perfect Supreme Court pick, and he destroys the arguments of Trump extremists calling the judge “Pro-Obamacare” and a Bushie squish.

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In a special 4th of July week edition of the podcast, we talk about the big Supreme Court news with Weekly Standard legal beagle Adam J. White (also of the Hoover Institution and the Scalia School of Law).

Historian Robert Allison returns to explain why New England is the best place in American to celebrate Independence Day.

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Charles Krauthammer’s longtime friend and colleague Bill Kristol on why there isn’t another Krauthammer in American politics, and what made him different.

Longtime media warrior Brian Maloney on battling bias from the wrong side of the Blue Wall, and an amazing statistic about New England politics.

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Just in time for Father’s Day weekend, the Behind the Blue Wall podcast brings you some of the most terrible and culturally unacceptable advice on being a dad ever recorded. In other words, it’s 100% honest.

The editorial page editor of the Boston Herald and four-time father Tom Shattuck (aka “The Great And Powerful Tom” of radio fame) talks about what it’s really like to be a dad, particularly when you’re someone who doesn’t like kids.

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Ranked voting, a rebel movement at Yale and remembering a wonderful moment with Charles Krauthamer–it’s all in this edition of the Behind The Blue Wall podcast.

Matt Gagnon of the Maine Heritage Policy Center (and a local radio talk host, too!) explains the “ranked-choice voting system” Maine will be using this Tuesday in their state elections–and why he thinks it’s insane.

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Political operative and former comms guy for two different Scott Brown US Senate races (in two different states!) Colin Reed talks about the political lessons the GOP can learn for the 2018 midterms from popular GOP governors in the liberal northeast like Charlie Baker (MA); Chris Sununu (NH) and Phil Scott (VT).

Plus, how do you spell “feminism?” With a “C” if you’re Samantha Bee.

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New England broadcasting legend and media gadfly VB (yes, that’s his name) is on this edition of the Behind The Blue Wall podcast, helping your humble host navigate his way through the gender wars of the liberal Northeast. We talk Hillary Clinton, Harvey Weinstein and Morgan Freeman…and suddenly realize that would be the beginning of a HELL of a joke.

We also debate the NFL “national anthem” policy, and VB almost brings the entire conversation to an abrupt end by using a word that should be kept away from your children (but not for reasons you think). Oh, and President Ronald Reagan makes a cameo appearance to help settle a language issue.

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Jennifer Horn is a former state chair of the NH GOP, and current co-chair of the NH Log Cabin Republicans. She was kicked out of last week’s state convention in part because her fellow Republicans did not want to debate her proposal to change the state party platform over the issue of marriage equality. She joins us on the BTBW podcast to make her case and to defend Gov. Chris Sununu’s decision to sign a bill banning “transgender discrimination” in the Granite State.

Speaking of marriage, we also talk Royal Wedding….

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“What people in New England who hate Trump are really saying is ‘I make over $100 grand a year and I have a graduate degree.'”

So says Fox News host Tucker Carlson in this bonus edition of the Behind The Blue Wall podcast. He also talks about his family’s connections to Maine, the bizarre story of the book-banning “bookstore,” and why you’ll never hear the phrase “I can’t believe you said that” from him.

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The brilliant Chris Caldwell of The Weekly Standard makes a reluctant-but-brilliant appearance on the podcast, live from the Ricochet Podcast Summit at AEI.

We also talk about a two-word joke told on an elevator that made international news thanks to a nutty Massachusetts feminist.

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Ready or not, America, here it comes: Early polling from “First In The Nation” New Hampshire says it’s President Trump vs Pocahontas. Circle the wagons! We discuss it with pollster David Paleologos.

What’s it like to be the token conservative at one of America’s most liberal newspapers? We ask the Boston Globe’s Jeff Jacoby.

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P.J. O’Rourke joins us from his hidden enclave in New Hampshire to discuss living in New England as a prominent conservative writer. He also explains why Millennials hate Boomers, and why the Boomers deserve it.

Granite State activist and troublemaker Kimberly Morin talks about defending the Second Amendment among New England liberals who aren’t too thrilled with the FIRST.

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In this edition of “Michael Graham: Behind The Blue Wall,” stand-up comic (and closet conservative) Paul D’Angelo talks about looking for laughs from New England liberals, Amy Schumer’s self-censorship and why parents are part of the problem.

Plus Jessica Vaughan of the Center for Immigration Studies on the (unintentionally) hilarious mishandling of an illegal immigrant charged with rape in Massachusetts.

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Welcome to the first episode of my new weekly podcast: Behind The Blue Wall! Reports from the embattled conservative minority here in deep blue New England.

The first episode features New England icon Howie Carr, with his take on Chappaquiddick, and a story about Bob Mueller’s record in public service that you aren’t going to hear anywhere else.

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The caravan of would-be illegal immigrants making its way to the US border might as well have “Vote Trump 2020” banners waving overhead. Kausha Luna of the Center for Immigration Studies has the background.

Ricochet Editor-In-Chief on Kevin Williamson’s first Atlantic article and why he’ll never give up his cancerous cup of coffee.

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