In a bit of a change of pace for The Remnant, Jonah invites Manhattan Institute senior fellow and homelessness policy expert Stephen Eide onto the show to discuss what to do about the plight of the homeless.

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Did Beto blow it? Will the Republican Party survive Trump? Is Jonah dyspeptic? The 69thRemnant, with National Review senior political correspondent Jim Geraghty, attempts to answer these and other pressing questions.

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For the last Remnant before the midterms, Jonah invites Senator Ben Sasse (R-Corn) back to the Remnant to discuss Them, his new book about giant ants. Jonah also does some particularly pungent rank punditry.

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Jonah invites Reihan Salam, National Review executive editor and author of the newly-released Melting Pot or Civil War, onto The Remnant to discuss immigration, nationalism, solidarity, and his latent Bismarckian tendencies.

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Is Jonah vexed? What were the Saudis thinking? Is a blue wave imminent? Jonah answers all these questions and more on the latest Remnant. Or tries to, anyway.

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Is nationalism good? Are nations better than empires? Is John Locke bad? In conversation with Yoram Hazony, author of The Virtue of Nationalism, Jonah attempts to answer these and other questions on the latest Remnant.

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Fresh off another road trip, but not in fresh clothing, Jonah makes time for some rank punditry on Nikki Haley, Kavanaugh, and tribal escalation.

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To celebrate the one-year anniversary of The Remnant, Jonah invites Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff on to discuss The Coddling of the American Mind. And, in a Remnant first, there is a flashback to an earlier episode.

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With Jonah still on the road, he has time only for some brief commentary on the Kavanaugh debacle. This episode is otherwise a recording of a conversation between Jonah and Charles Murray, author of Coming Apart, on their respective oeuvres.

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Recording a podcast from atop the Gateway Arch (if only in spirit), Jonah answers listener questions and discourses on socialism with the help of his Sancho Panza in the latest episode of The Remnant.

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Jonah invites Senator Ben Sasse (R-Corn) back to The Remnant for a wide-ranging conversation on the Republican Party, the state of our government, and…cats.

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Someone must have touched the orb, because not only do we get two Remnants this week, but also Jonah travels through time for some rank punditry on the present and the future.

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Returned from his vacation and already seeking refuge from D.C. craziness, Jonah invites Hayek expert and George Mason University professor Peter Boettke to discuss the ins and outs of F.A. Hayek.

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This week, Jonah Goldberg and Rob Long cross the streams between their co-hosted GLoP podcast (John Podhoretz is off this week) and The Remnant. They talk about Rob’s career in Hollywood, WhatAbout-ism, cross country traveling, and sure, a bit of monkeying around.

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Does Trump have good character? Are digital assistants evil? Will Pippa ever get tired? In the midst of a journey across the country, Jonah takes time to answer these and other questions on the latest Remnant.

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If you’ve ever wanted to publish a book, this Remnant is for you. If not, well . . . please still listen. This episode’s guest is Jonah’s literary agent Jay Mandel, of WME Entertainment, who divulges as many of the secrets of book publishing success as the podcast length and format allows.

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With the dog days of summer emptying D.C., Jonah drags Matt Continetti, editor-in-chief of the Washington Free Beacon, back onto the Remnant for some rank punditry, some Trumpsplaining, and some conservative nerdery.

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Is Saruman a Randian superman? Should Alex Jones be banned? Has Jonah ever made love in the back of a Model-T? New York Times columnist and National Review film critic Ross Douthat returns to The Remnant to answer (or ask!) these and other pressing questions (yes, really).

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This week’s episode avoids rank punditry and unapologetic eggheadery in pursuit of unadulterated nerdiness and pop culture thumbsuckery. For such a task, there’s no better guest than the co-host of the Weekly Substandard podcast and executive editor of the Washington Free Beacon, Sonny Bunch. It’s the crossover to end all crossovers. He and Jonah discuss Star Wars revisionism, the “Golden Age” of (too much) TV, Marvel vs. DC, and more.

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Are Millenerians the worst? Is China poised to dominate the world? Was the 2008 financial crisis only the fault of Wall Street? David Bahnsen, author of Crisis of Responsibility and National Review Institute trustee, joins The Remnant to answer these and other questions.

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