Emily and Elisha discuss being in their 30s and going to festivals, baseball games, and theme parks in the summer. Tune in for their tips on battling crowds and drunks and stay for Emily’s pot story!

More

Please Support Our Sponsor!

Today on the Daily Standard Podcast, senior writer Michael Warren and deputy online editor Chris Deaton join guest host Jim Swift to discuss the White House’s bizarre announcement that chief of staff John Kelly will keep his job through 2020, the latest on Judge Kavanaugh making his Senate rounds, President Trump’s seemingly off-the-cuff announcement that he’s willing to meet with Hassan Rouhani without pre-conditions, the coming midterm elections, and today’s MLB trade deadline.

The Daily Standard Podcast is sponsored by RXBar. Our listeners can take advantage of this special offer of 25 percent off their first order by visiting RXBAR.com/STANDARD and using the promo code STANDARD.

More

Please Support Our Sponsor!

It’s the July episode of Law Talk and summer school has never been this much fun. On this episode: live reactions to the efforts to impeach Rod Rosenstein; judging the Brett Kavanaugh nomination; a breakdown of the Supreme Court’s Janus ruling; and the professors weigh in on the controversy over birthright citizenship. Come for the constitutional law, stay for Richard’s description of the weirdest cruise ever.

More

Please Support Our Sponsors!

Mary Katharine and Lyndsey take on a very tough challenge with their friend Jerri Ann… find out how that went on this highly anticipated episode!

More

Please Support Our Sponsors!

Today on the Daily Standard Podcast, deputy online editor Chris Deaton and reporter Andrew Egger discuss the fallout and perception of President Trump’s foreign policy, from this week in Helsinki to the effects of his tariff regime.

The Daily Standard Podcast is sponsored by RXBar. Our listeners can take advantage of this special offer of 25 percent off their first order by visiting RXBAR.com/STANDARD and using the promo code STANDARD.

More

Please Support Our Sponsor!

This week, the men of GLoP tackle (well, in a metaphorical sense) Russia, the Harry Potter books and movies, Rob Long’s haunted house, Sasha Baron Cohen, and the best fast food in America.

More

Please Support Our Sponsor!

Today on the Daily Standard Podcast, chief elections analyst David Byler discusses his newly introduced SwingSeat senate prediction model with host Charlie Sykes. (For the written background, click here.)

The Daily Standard Podcast is sponsored by RXBar. Our listeners can take advantage of this special offer of 25 percent off their first order by visiting RXBAR.com/STANDARD and using the promo code STANDARD.

More

Please Support Our Sponsor!

It may be graduation season, but the faculty lounge is still open for business and professors Richard Epstein and John Yoo are holding court. This time around: What does the Inspector General’s report really tell us about James Comey’s tenure at the FBI? Was the North Korea summit a diplomatic breakthrough or an unforced error? What on earth does the Masterpiece Cakeshop case mean for religious liberty? Is Texas about to undo Obamacare? And could a plan to split California into three new states really pass constitutional muster?

All that plus the longest lightning round ever, Donald Trump’s plan for San Francisco’s involuntary secession, and a final appreciation of Charles Krauthammer.

More

Please Support Our Sponsors!

This week on the world famous GLoP Podcast (that’s Jonah Goldberg, Rob Long, and John Podhoretz), we travel north for a little Rank Punditry ® on Canada and the G7 conference, digest the subtle yet sparkling political observations of Robert DeNiro, and do some tributes to two members of the GLoP Hall of Fame: Dr. Charles Krauthammer and Anthony Bourdain. Hats off, gentlemen.

More

Please Support Our Sponsors!

Professors Richard Epstein and John Yoo are back from Memorial Day and the holiday’s been good to them: John’s got dispatches from Hawaii (tune in for the spam coverage) and Epstein’s got big news on the Roman law front.

Then they turn to the burning issues: pardons for Dinesh D’Souza, Martha Stewart, and Rod Blagojevich? Did the FBI overreach by putting an informant in the Trump campaign? Is the deep state real (and is Chester Arthur to blame)? What are the consequences of the Supreme Court allowing states to legalize sports betting (and is there a libertarian case against gambling)? Is the NFL’s new national anthem policy illegal (a topic we introduced mainly to allow the professors to dunk on Vox). And finally, what considerations should guide Justice Kennedy’s decision on whether to retire? We can think of at least two qualified replacements.

More

Please Support Our Sponsors!

Bethany and Lyndsey lay out some of the basic facts of life—and it gets really awkward and or awesome

Plus, the episode of That Sethany Show that Lyndsey found so funny: Be Fruitful and Multiply.

More

Please Support Our Sponsor!

Today on the Daily Standard Podcast, senior writer Mike Warren and reporter Andrew Egger join Charlie Sykes to discuss Michael Cohen’s alleged dirty dealings with Ukraine, President Trump’s rhetorical assaults on the FBI, and last night’s Democratic primaries.

The Daily Standard Podcast is sponsored by RXBar. Our listeners can take advantage of this special offer of 25 percent off their first order by visiting RXBAR.com/STANDARD and using the promo code STANDARD.

More

Please Support Our Sponsor!

CDT, PCT, AT* — Lyndsey, Elisha, and Kelly talk all about trails as L gears up for a long hike – should she carry a gun? Should she cut off her hair? What’s she going to eat? (Trick question: RXBars.) Should she bring a goat? Hold up, is Lyndsey considering cutting her hair off for the hike? Weigh in on that one in the comments, LadyBrainiacs. Kelly also recalls a related and traumatic experience at a Girl Scout cookie convention. And Elisha got lost along the way.

*Listen to find out what those mean, if you don’t know already.

More

Please Support Our Sponsor!

Today on the Daily Standard podcast, senior writer Mike Warren and reporter Andrew Egger struggle to keep up with the latest news on presumptive CIA head Gina Haspel’s confirmation hearing, presidential fixer Michael Cohen’s newest influence-peddling scandal, and President Trump’s decision to can the Iran nuclear deal.

The Daily Standard Podcast is sponsored by RXBar. Our listeners can take advantage of this special offer of 25 percent off their first order by visiting RXBAR.com/STANDARD and using the promo code STANDARD.

More

Please Support Our Sponsor!

The faculty lounge has reopened — and just in time to mark a landmark birthday for one of our esteemed instructors. After the festivities, the professors weigh in on a gaggle of issues: the Trump travel ban goes before the Supreme Court; another legal smackdown over DACA; the prospects for progress in North Korea; Syria and war powers; and a presidential pardon for Jack Johnson. All that plus our annual World Series picks and the first ever Law Talk shout-out to Sylvester Stallone.

More

Please Support Our Sponsors!

Today on the Daily Standard Podcast, Gregg Easterbrook joins host Charlie Sykes to discuss the latest Tuesday Morning Quarterback column previewing the NFL draft, tackling cheerleader pay and time travel.

The Daily Standard Podcast is sponsored by RXBar. Our listeners can take advantage of this special offer of 25 percent off their first order by visiting RXBAR.com/STANDARD and using the promo code STANDARD.

More

Please Support Our Sponsor!

Today on the Daily Standard Podcast, managing editor Christine Rosen discusses Mark Zuckerberg’s testimony before Congress.

The Daily Standard Podcast is sponsored by RXBar. Our listeners can take advantage of this special offer of 25 percent off their first order by visiting RXBAR.com/STANDARDand using the promo code STANDARD.

More

Please Support Our Sponsor!

Today on the Daily Standard Podcast, Jonathan V. Last and Jim Swift discuss whether it’s time to regulate Facebook, and Bill Kristol drops in to discuss the 2020 presidential elections. Will there be a third-party challenge?

The Daily Standard Podcast is sponsored by RXBar. Our listeners can take advantage of this special offer of 25 percent off their first order by visiting RXBAR.com/STANDARD and using the promo code STANDARD.

More

Please Support Our Sponsor!

Lyndsey and Kelly follow up on last week’s episode and finally hash out why vegans and hunters are natural allies in the wild.

More

Please Support Our Sponsor!

Professors Richard Epstein and John Yoo are reopening the faculty lounge, and this month things are getting lively. First up: is a member of the Law Talk team headed for the White House?

Then, do talks with North Korea have a chance of working? Will the Trump Administration stop California’s plans to thwart immigration enforcement? Should Jeff Sessions be pursuing legal action against opioid manufacturers? Is there a libertarian case for the war on drugs? (Richard makes one … kind of) Does the repeal of the individual mandate leave Obamacare vulnerable to being overturned in court? And is it time to start paying college athletes?

More

Please Support Our Sponsors!

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3