First, let it be known that we recorded this podcast before The Memo® was released. We’ll dissect that (assuming there’s anything left to dissect) on next week’s show. Instead, we’ve got the great Bari Weiss from the New York Times to discuss the shaming of Nikki Haley, Aziz Ansari, and other cultural touchstones. Then, our old friend and consummate insider Haley Barbour talks immigration, memo speculation, and what exactly happened at the airport early this week.

Music from this week’s podcast: Ballad of Paladin, Have Gun Will Travel by Johnny Western

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On the first of our week’s podcasts, Abe Greenwald and Noah Rothman debate the millennial generation in response to John Podhoretz’s question about whether millennials are as bad as people say (Noah being one). And then things get wild and philosophical on the question of technological advance and the changes in human destiny before the guys return to White House feuds. Give a listen.

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Kevin and Charlie talk about rollercoasters, both literal and figurative. First, Charlie’s trip to Cedar Point in Ohio; second, the Republicans’ ongoing Obamacare-repeal catastrophe.

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Kevin and Charlie discuss a couple of recent minimum wage studies, and Trump’s social media antics.

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Charlie and Kevin discuss the problems with the debate over gun control, our creeping war with Syria, and the cyclical nature of politics.

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Long Parkcasting

We’re all over the globe physically and all over the map topically this week as we cover the British elections with our guests Toby Young from The Spectator (read his take on the election here) and we’ve got the great Andrew McCarthy on Comey, the NSA, and Trump’s legal conundrums. Also, Rob is in a park in London. Yes, in a park. Now, that’s devotion.

Music from this week’s podcast: Werewolves Of London by Warren Zevon

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Kevin and Charlie discuss the remix of Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart’s Club Band, and then turn to a little politics.

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Kevin and Charlie, after ages and ages since their last podcast*, talk about the Obamacare bill, the American health system, and the liberal meltdown over Bret Stephens joining the New York Times.

* Ok, it was only about two weeks, but it seems like longer!

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Obamacare and why Houston is different to everywhere else.

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Although Charlie is sick with 78 variations of the flu virus, he and Kevin talk about bugs in swimming pools, trade, Trump’s speech to a joint session of Congress, Charlie’s space nightmares, and Kevin’s history of sleep walking.

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This week, whether renting or owning is better; Trump’s press conferences; CPAC and Milo; and celebrities in politics.

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Kevin and Charles discuss the Super Bowl, the fights over Betsy DeVos and Neil Gorsuch the left’s panic over the Department of Education, and last week’s riots in Berkeley.

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Welcome to the era of Trump! This week the Mad Dog and Englishman talk the inaugural speech, TPP, why we hate marches, and the proliferation of fake news.

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2017 has officially been declared The Year of The Mad Dog, so we’re happy to bring you their first podcast of this new epoch. This week: Obama’s speech last night, Trump’s press conference, and preparing for the end of the world.

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Charles C.W. Cooke and Kevin Williamson discuss last night’s election, President-elect Trump, and the future of the GOP.

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Jay and Mona wonder what the next four years will look like now that the Republican Party has taken on so many of the features of the Democratic Party. Is demography destiny? Does anyone still uphold good character and deplore the “coarsening of the culture”? They close with light and dark: A note of fortitude about our task, and dark foreboding from Shostakovich.

Music from this week’s show: End of Shostakovich’s Fifth Symphony, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Bernard Haitink

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Dana Perino is a leading personality on Fox News. She is also a former White House press secretary (for George W. Bush). She is just out with a book, “Let Me Tell You about Jasper …: How My Best Friend Became America’s Dog.”

Jay talks with Ms. Perino in her home, along with Jasper himself. They talk about him, of course, and about dogs. But also about broader issues in life, which a discussion of dogs can prompt. As far as Jay is concerned, the new book is essentially about love. The author does not disagree.

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It’s a special pre-election edition of HWX, with Brian Ward of Fraters Libertas and Paul Happe, the Nihilist in Golf Pants. Issues discussed include:

* A review of this past week’s focus on Ricochet from NPR’s “This American Life”. Also, the return of This Week in Gate Keeping featuring, coincidentally, NPR and This American Life and their observations of James Lileks’s voting preferences.

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Just kidding, it’s actually six mojitos. Teri and Tami give homage to the Three Martini Lunch podcast, covering the latest explosive video from James O’Keefe, how Democrats really feel about black conservatives, Obama’s message for American men (hint: you’re all sexist!), and, speaking of black conservatives, guess who isn’t included in the new National Museum of African American History and Culture?

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