The Conservatarians discuss a truly horrible week for the media. It began with portraying Hamas terrorists as loveable peace activists, followed by praising the humanity of the hyperviolent MS-13. Are CNN and MSNBC going to help blow the midterms for the Democrats?

The intro/outro music is “The Woodpile” by Frightened Rabbit. Jon’s song of the week is “Leave Me Alone” by New Order. Stephen’s song of the week is “Death Dream” by Frightened Rabbit (rest in peace). To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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The Conservatarians share their origin stories, define the “conservatarian” label, and drink Bulleit bourbon. We didn’t get to music this week, but you should subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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The Conservatarians discuss Rudy Giuliani reaching his sell-by date, and the media hurting the Democrats’ chances by focusing on shiny objects like Stormy Daniels. The intro/outro music is “Damaged” by Rips. Jon’s song of the week is “Red Line” by Wooden Shjips. Stephen’s song of the week is “Buzzing in the Light” by Dr. Dog. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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The Conservatarians discuss — what else — Kanye West, Chance the Rapper and their tweets about Trump and the GOP. Especially the backlash from floored liberals.

The intro/outro music and Jon’s song of the week is “Every 1’s a Winner” by Ty Segall. Stephen’s song of the week is “In My Room” by Graham Coxon. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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The Conservatarians welcome Alberto de la Cruz, Managing Editor of Babalú Blog and expert on the Castro crime family’s hijacking of Cuba. “Insipid apparatchik” Miguel Diaz-Canel has been selected to replace Raúl Castro as warden of the island prison — should we expect changes or more of the same? Jon and Stephen then discuss the latest speech criminal, Prof. Randa Jarrar of Fresno State, whose job is in jeopardy for her ugly Barbara Bush tweets.

The intro/outro music is “Sinner in the Sea” by Calexico. Stephen’s song of the week is “Never Ever” by Lord Huron, and Jon’s is “Watch You, Watch Me” by Suuns. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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The Conservatarians welcome Frank J. Fleming, author of the new novel Sidequest: In Realms Ungoogled. Frank is the creator of the popular satire site IMAO, a humor columnist for the New York Post and USA Today, and also works as an electrical and software engineer. Jon and Stephen then discuss a questionable excerpt from James Comey’s tell-all book and New York’s Chick-Fil-A invasion.

The intro/outro music and Jon’s song of the week is “Silmät kiinni ja kädet ristiin” by Teksti-TV 666. Stephen’s song of the week is “Mario Lanza” by Paddy Hanna. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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The Conservatarians welcome Nicole Neily, president of Speech First, a new group defending students’ free speech rights on campus. Nicole was formerly the president of the Franklin Center for Government and Public Integrity, executive director and senior fellow at the Independent Women’s Forum, and manager of external relations for the Cato Institute. Jon and Stephen also discuss the mess that is The Atlantic’s hiring/firing of Kevin Williamson — with a bonus Pulp Fiction clip.

The intro/outro music is “Corporation” by Jack White. Jon’s song of the week is “RyBro” by Helvetia and Stephen’s is by “Pristine” by Snail Mail. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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It’s a progressive physics paradox: what happens when an Unstoppable Moral Force meets a Immovable Moral Object? Jon Gabriel and Stephen Miller chat about Hogg vs. McCain, The March for Lives, and the media’s exploitation of the Parkland teens … among several digressions.

The intro/outro music is “I Hate Rock and Roll” by The Jesus and Mary Chain. Jon’s song of the week is “In My Head” by Bedroom and Stephen’s is by Ramin Djawadi’s cover of Nirvana’s “Heart-Shaped Box.” To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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Jon Gabriel and Stephen Miller finally meet and record the podcast live over a bottle of tequila in the middle of the Arizona desert. They talk about The March for Lives, Twitter memes, Mark Zuckerberg, and Cambridge Analytica … as nocturnal predators look on. (Forgive any issues with the sound quality — did we mention the tequila?)

The intro/outro music provided by Arizona’s own Calexico with “El Gatillo – Trigger Revisited.” To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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Tariffs not only impose immense economic costs but also fail to achieve their primary policy aims and foster political dysfunction along the way. So says Scott Lincicome, an international trade attorney, Visiting Lecturer at Duke University, and Adjunct Scholar with the Cato Institute. Oh, and you can get the shirt here with all proceeds going to the Foundation for Economic Education.

Our intro and outro music is “Someone Says” by Editors. Jon’s song of the week is “Gravity Says I” by Gravitysays_i and Stephen’s is “Lord” by Young Fathers. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our 2018 Spotify playlist!

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Jane Coaston joins Jon and Stephen to discuss the Marvel hit Black Panther … and avoid politics in general. Jane is a Senior Politics Reporter for Vox and has written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, ESPN and The Ringer. She covered the 2016 election for MTV News and covered the NFL for SBNation. Caution: There be spoilers and plenty of them!

Our intro and outro music is “Calm Tornado” by Homeboy Sandman. Jon’s song of the week is “Mountain Energei” by The Fall and Stephen’s is “Poem” by U.S. Girls. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our 2018 Spotify playlist!

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Jon and Stephen join you live from CPAC! (Okay, not really.) But they do discuss CNN’s crazy townhall and the multiple failures by the Broward Sheriff in the Parkland shooting.

Our intro and outro music is “Bodys” by Car Seat Headrest. Jon’s song of the week is “Catch It” by iceage and Stephen’s is “Sober to Death” by Car Seat Headrest. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our 2018 Spotify playlist!

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Jon and Stephen welcome Stephen Gutowski of the Washington Free Beacon to discuss the chances of gun legislation after the massacre in Parkland, then talk about the latest indictments from the Mueller investigation. (Don’t forget to stay for the Beavis and Butthead impersonations.)

Our intro and outro music is “Indian Summer” by Pedro the Lion. Jon’s song of the week is “Antidote” by Preoccupations and Stephen’s is “Friends” by Sure Sure. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our 2018 Spotify playlist!

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Trump wants a parade, Omarosa wants redemption, and Jon wants you to read The Aeneid! The Conservatarians also discuss the musicians they spotlighted last week … who don’t want to be associated with Jon and Stephen.

Our intro and outro music is “Endless Beauty” by Soviet Soviet. Jon’s song of the week is “Not Thrilled” by Fine China and Stephen’s is “One Rizla” by Shame. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our 2018 Spotify playlist!

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Release the memo! The Conservatarians discuss the hype and the fallout from the release of the Nunes/FBI memo and assess how President Trump (and the Democrats) handled his first State of the Union. Also, Spice Girls!

Our intro and outro music is “Big Wilma” by Warmduscher. Jon’s song of the week is “Hollow” by Desperate Journalist and Stephen’s is “Eyes Wide Awake” by Calexico. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our 2018 Spotify playlist!

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The Conservatarians (aka, Jon Gabriel and Stephen Miller) discuss the media’s undercoverage of the USA Gymnastics scandal and try to make sense of the latest Mueller news, the missing FBI texts, and #ReleaseTheMemo.

Our intro and outro music is “Sid” by Clean Spill. Jon’s song of the week is “Iron Lung” by Black Marble and Stephen’s is “Leave It in My Dreams” by The Voidz. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our all-new 2018 Spotify playlist!

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The Conservatarians (aka, Jon Gabriel and Stephen Miller) discuss Stephen’s not-quite-fatal illness, the media’s girther conspiracy about Trump, Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Senate run, and the other news of the week.

Our intro and outro music is “Sick” by Peaer. Jon’s song of the week is “Your True Name” by The Radio Dept. and Stephen’s is “All Rise” by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our all-new 2018 Spotify playlist! You should also subscribe to this podcast and give it five-star, glowing reviews on iTunes.

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The Conservatarians (aka, Jon Gabriel and Stephen Miller) ring in 2018 wondering if progressives will accept the resistance in Iran, if the Senate deserves Mitt, and, of course, chat about new music.

Our intro and outro music is “If Love Is the Law” by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds. Jon’s song of the week is “Tonya Harding” by Sufjan Stevens and Stephen’s is “Mr Noah” by Panda Bear. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our all-new 2018 Spotify playlist! You should also subscribe to this podcast and give it five-star, glowing reviews on iTunes.

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The Conservatarians welcome Sonny Bunch to count down the best films of 2017, along with Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and FoxNews.com contributor Stephen Miller. Sonny is executive editor of the Washington Free Beacon, writes a weekly column for the Washington Post, and co-hosts the Weekly Substandard Podcast.

Our intro and outro music is “Screenwriter’s Blues” by Soul Coughing. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist! You should also subscribe to this podcast and give it five-star, glowing reviews on iTunes.


Metacritic’s Top Five Films of 2017

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Greg Gutfeld returns to The Conservatarians to count down the best albums of 2017, along with Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Fox News contributor Stephen Miller. Greg hosts the aptly named “The Greg Gutfeld Show,” “The Five,” and has written … six or eight books. We set aside the news of the day to focus on what really matters: music. You can listen to all these songs on our special Best of 2017 Spotify playlist.

Our intro and outro music is “Los Ageless” by St. Vincent. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist! You should also subscribe to this podcast and give it five-star, glowing reviews on iTunes.

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