David and Alexandra respond to an intolerant Washington Post op-ed condemning Chris Pratt, they analyze the curious willingness of professional groups to tolerate infanticide, and they discuss new polling showing that white progressives are getting woker, faster than any identity group in America.

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David and Alexandra talk with the Washington Examiner‘s Tim Carney about his outstanding new book, Alienated America: Why Some Places Thrive While Others Collapse.

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David and Alexandra discuss Trump’s national security declaration, the role of personal responsibility in populist economics, and the results of a poll of Democratic attitudes towards late-term abortion.

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David and Alexandra discuss a trio of Democratic scandals, from Ilhan Omar’s anti-semitic tweets, to the rape accusations against Justin Fairfax, and to a Green New Deal so far-fetched that it represents a scandalous con job all to itself. Can the Democrats actually get away with endorsing something so absurd?

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David and Alexandra discuss the best and worst of the State of the Union, express astonishment at the Democratic meltdown in Virginia, and then analyze the implications of a key Supreme Court case.

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David and Alexandra lament the Super Bowl, break down the disturbing and weird scandals in Virginia, explore when years-old allegations should derail political careers, discuss Alexandra’s debut in The Atlantic, and close with a short Sunday School lesson involving Ben Shapiro, Christian colleges, and the problem of fear.

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As radical legislators push to remove restrictions on late-term abortion in New York, Virginia, Vermont, and Rhode Island, David and Alexandra call for a total and complete shutdown of the Democratic Party until we can figure out what’s going on.

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David and Alexandra lament New York’s new abortion-rights law, discuss whether Roger Stone is a Bond villain or Dr. Evil from the Austin Powers films, and end with a few words about media bias.

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David and Alexandra dive into the Covington Catholic controversy, compare it to Kavanaugh’s case, and then discuss important developments in the fight for life. David closes with a brief rant about the BuzzFeed controversy.

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David and Alexandra discuss the difference between likability and lovability, including how politicians can be adored by their base. They introduce the “lovability formula” and evaluate the Democratic presidential contenders on that basis. Alexandra tells us why Kirsten Gillibrand won’t be president, and David and Alexandra both break down Beto’s doubts about the Constitution.

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David and Alexandra roll through four controversies in one pod. Why won’t the women’s march disavow Louis Farrakhan once and for all? Why is masculinity under attack from left and right? What do millennials really believe about abortion? And will the lawless judicial resistance to Trump actually work?

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Alexandra and David ask whether a Trump declaration of a state of emergency on the border would in fact be a “creative surrender” to the Democrats, and they talk about the latest religious test applied to a Catholic judicial nominee.

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