Jon Gabriel and Stephen Miller welcome author, musician, and all-around fascinating guy James Poulos to discuss his new book, The Art of Being Free: How Alexis de Tocqueville Can Save Us from Ourselves. James is an internationally recognized writer and social theorist who has written for National Affairs, Foreign Policy, Good, Vice, and Ricochet. He’s also headed into the studio to record songs with his band Night Years.

Our intro and outro music is “The Plot That Weaves” by The Brothers Martin. Stephen’s song of the week is “Eternal Honeymoon” by Baleu. Jon’s is “Star Roving” by Slowdive. And James’s is “Shut Up Kiss Me” by Angel Olson. 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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Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller welcome Erin Gloria Ryan to talk about her trip at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Erin is a senior editor at the Daily Beast and appears on truTV’s “Greatest Ever.” She previously served as the Managing Editor of Jezebel and Deputy Editor at Vocativ, as well as a writer for VH1’s “Best Week Ever.”

Our intro and outro music (and Stephen’s song of the week) is “it’s different for girls” by Of Montreal. Jon’s song of the week is “Blit Scratch” by Oliver Wilde. 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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This week, The Conservatarians welcome movie reviewer Christian Toto to pick the best and worst films of 2016. Christian is an award-winning journalist, member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association and founder of the website Hollywood In Toto and the HiT Podcast.

Our intro and outro music is “Christmas Treat” by Julian Casablancas. 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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This week, The Conservatarians — aka, Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — are proud to welcome the host of “The Greg Gutfeld Show,” er, Greg Gutfeld! As the year draws to a close, we set aside the news of the day and focused on what really matters: the best albums of 2016. You can listen to a song from each on our special Best of 2016 Spotify playlist and can read Greg’s top ten over at Fox News.

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This week, The Conservatarians — aka, Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — eviscerate BuzzFeed over their hit piece on Chip and Joanna Gaines, the hosts of HGTV’s “Fixer Upper,” and chat about Harvard School for Government’s testy election post-mortem.

Our intro and outro music is “You! Me! Dancing!” by Los Campesinos! Jon’s song of the week is “Leave Me Alone” by New Order, and Stephen’s is “Hidden Driver” by LVL UP. 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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This week, The Conservatarians — aka, Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — take on fake news, pierce the progressive bubble, and mock the freak out over Trump’s cabinet picks.

Our intro and outro music is “Ice Cream” by Battles. Jon’s song of the week is “Colour Television” by Eddy Current Suppression Ring, and Stephen’s is “Alabama” by Night Moves. 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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This week, The Conservatarians — aka, Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — label 2016 the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame of Death, celebrate the ugly end to Clinton, Inc., and wonder what a Trump Presidential Library will look like.

Our intro and outro music is “Everybody Knows” by Leonard Cohen. Jon’s song of the week is “Hallelujah” by Jeff Buckley, and Stephen’s is “Thin Air” by Teenage Fanclub. 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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This week, The Conservatarians — aka, Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — talk about tightening polls, Donald keeping on message, and Hillary’s dumb war with the FBI. And instead of just kvetching about the bad news, they share their favorite parts of the topsy-turvy 2016 race.

Our intro and outro music is “Dead + Rural” by Handsome Furs. Jon’s song of the week is “Way We Won’t” by Grandaddy, and Stephen’s is “Yesterday” by J. Churcher. 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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This week, The Conservatarians — aka, Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — talk about Hillary’s new email headaches, Obamacare’s implosion, and Stephen’s adventures in Trump country.

Stephen’s song of the week (and our intro and outro music) is “Finally” by Cymbals Eat Guitars. Jon’s song of the week is “CHEETAHT2 (Ld spectrum)” by Aphex Twin. 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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This week, The Conservatarians — aka, Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — talk about Hillary’s WikiLeaks headache, Trump’s implosion, and the third party chances at taking a state or two.

Intro and outro music is “Whatever” by Oasis. Stephen’s song of the week is “666 ʇ” by Bon Iver, and Jon’s is “Bad Kingdom” by Moderat. 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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This week, The Conservatarians — aka, Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — chat with TV’s Andy Levy, fresh from the “Red Eye” News Deck. They discuss who stayed awake for the vice presidential debate, wonder about Gary Johnson’s impact, and explore a day in the life of Andy.

Intro and outro music is “Dishwasher” by Westkust. Stephen’s song of the week is “Skipping Stones” by Mutual Benefit, and Jon’s is “Odisea” by Vaadat Charigim. 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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This week, The Conservatarians — aka, Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — talk yet again about the debate aftermath, MissUniverseGate, and Gary Johnson’s “Aleppo Moment” of the week.

Intro and outro music is “Life Magazine” by Cold Cave. Stephen’s song of the week is “Char” by Crystal Castles, and Jon’s is “Happy” by The Wrens. 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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This week, The Conservatarians — aka Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — talk with the great Kurt Schlichter about his new novel, People’s Republic. They also praise Hillary Clinton’s lovely speaking voice and Elizabeth Warren’s hypocrisy.

Intro and outro music is “Things Are Moving” by Angry Angles. Stephen’s song of the week is “Everybody Wants to Love You” by Japanese Breakfast, and Jon’s is “Paper Doll Parts” by Rob Crow’s Gloomy Place. 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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This week, The Conservatarians — aka Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — chat about Hillary’s overheating dehydration “pneumonia,” her alleged body double, and her disturbing connection to Harambe, the ex-gorilla. They also discuss Trump on the “Dr. Oz Show” and Gary Johnson’s big newspaper endorsements.

Intro and outro music is “100º” by Shout Out Louds. Stephen’s song of the week is “Big Decisions” by My Morning Jacket, and Jon’s is “Rooms” by Portrayal. 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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This week, The Conservatarians — aka Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — chat about the embarrassing Commander-in-Chief Forum, Gary Johnson’s geography pop quiz, and Castro-loving Colin Kaepernick’s fight against “oppression.”

Intro and outro music is “Don’t Wanna Lose” by Ex Hex. Stephen’s song of the week is “Hit Me Baby One More Time” by Vinegar Tom, and Jon’s is “The New Improved Hypocrisy” by The Radio Dept. 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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christian-toto-son-This week, The Conservatarians, aka Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — welcome movie critic Christian Toto to talk about the best films of the summer and the movie industry in general. Jon and Stephen also chat about John Oliver’s dishonesty on charter schools, and the latest developments in the election.

Intro and outro music is “Heads Will Roll” by the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Stephen’s song of the week is “You Ask Me To” by Waylon Jennings, and Jon’s is “Cumbia de Donde” by Calexico. 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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61XilPNZR6L._SX354_BO1,204,203,200_The Conservatarians — also known as Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — welcome Brett R. Smith, the artistic mind behind the graphic novel adaptation of Peter Schweizer’s Clinton Cash. Before taking on Clinton Inc., Brett has been a professional color artist for Marvel & DC Entertainment, with recent projects including Batman Eternal, Harley Quinn, Wolverines and Guardians Team Up. Jon and Steven also chat about new independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin and the Libertarian Party’s Gary Johnson.

Intro and outro music is “Stereo” by Pavement. Stephen’s song of the week is “Oceans” by Rogue Wave, and Jon’s is “Give In World” by the Loud Family. 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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The Conservatarians — also known as Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — talk about the Olympics in Rio, Hillary Clinton’s surprise guest, and Donald Trump’s latest gaffe. Intro and outro music is “Lonely Town” by Brandon Flowers. Jon’s music pick is “Headin’ Inside” by Surf City, and Stephen’s is “Sour Silk” by Cullin Omori. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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The Conservatarians — also known as Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — talk about Trump’s week from hell, the Democrats’ boring but effective convention, and the best new show on Netflix, “Stranger Things.” Intro and outro music is “Soon” by My Bloody Valentine. Jon’s music pick is “Clean Coloured Wire” by Engineers, and Stephen’s is “The Promise” by Sturgill Simpson. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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The Conservatarians — also known as Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Heatstreet contributor Stephen Miller — take on Twitter’s ban of right-wing voices and wonder what the hell is going on in Cleveland. Intro and outro music is “Everything Is Wrong” by Interpol. Jon’s music pick is “Cool in Motion” by Narrow Head, and Stephen’s is “Never Been Shy” by Prism Tats. To listen to all the music featured on The Conservatarians, subscribe to our Spotify playlist!

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