If you plan to watch some movies over Christmas and New Year’s, this is the podcast for you! Host Teri Christoph is joined by conservative film reviewer Christian Toto, of the website HollywoodinToto.com, to discuss the best and worst films of the year. And Christian answers the age-old question: Is Die Hard a Christmas movie?

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In this bonus episode, host Teri Christoph talks with Jay Herriott of The 25th Project about his efforts to bring Christmas cheer to the homeless all 12 months of the year.

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You may know Anita MonCrief as the ACORN whistleblower, but she’s also a free market warrior who does community organizing the right way. She stops by to talk to Teri about the continuing struggles in Flint, MI, and what she’s doing to bring some much-needed Christmas cheer to the community.

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Tami Nantz is joined by her daughter Anna, 18, to talk shopping with a purpose this Christmas season. Do you have a favorite company that you shop with for the holidays that gives a portion of the proceeds to a worthy cause? Tami and Anna share a few of their favorites, and have a couple of other suggestions on how you can spend your dollars where they will have the greatest impact.

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Gen-Xer host Teri Christoph is joined by millennial Gracy Olmstead, associate managing editor of TheFederalist.com, to talk all things Gilmore Girls revival. Who is Rory’s true love? Why is Lorelei so emotionally stunted? And why is it Teri just doesn’t get Paris? All that and much, much more!

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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political podcast for December 6, 2016, it’s the Trump’s Taiwan On Strategy edition of the podcast, brought to you by Stamps.com, SimpliSafe and DonorsTrust.

Today we discuss – Trumps phone call diplomacy with Taiwan. The Taiwanese government is no doubt in ecstasy that after forty years of one China policy – where the one China was someone other than them – that the new President-elect was either cunning enough or bumbling enough to get himself on the phone with Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen. We share some secret insight that we have from a Taiwanese diplomat acquaintance who shall remain nameless.

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Michelle MalkinEntrepreneur, innovator and conservative rock star Michelle Malkin stops by to talk with Teri about her new show, “Michelle Malkin Investigates,” appearing on the brand new CRTV network. This is 30 minutes of pure Malkin gold.

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On this episode of the Smart Girl Politics Podcast, Vicky Manning, one of Virginia Beach’s most recently elected school board members, joins Tami to talk politics at the local level. Learn what prompted this relatively politically uninvolved military wife and mom to run for her local school board, what the process was, and why she thinks you, too, should get involved.

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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast for November 28, 2016 it’s the Trump Killed Fidel edition of the show! Trump stuns the world winning the big election and just like that Fidel exits stage left to his eternal reward. Coincidence? We think not. We discuss how finally Fidel’s place in history is well-urned. Yuk, yuk. Should the Cuban government have kept their glorious leader in corporum eternus in the manner of Castro’s inspiration and guide V.I. Lenin (who continues to greet tourists to this day in his subterranean mausoleum)? Might an embalmed Fidel have come in handy as the greeting face at the future Havana Disney World’s Yesterday Exhibit? We’ll discuss.

And, why do liberals continue to whine and moan in utter hysteria over Trump and what can we do to get them to keep it up forever? Todd tells the story of a colleague who forwards all manner of diatribe to him – including a hilarious piece by Milo Yiannopoulos entitled Here’s Why There Ought to Be a Cap on Women Studying Science and Maths, the humor of which appears to have eluded said colleague. We’ll talk about Milo’s argument and the perspective of Nobel Prize Winner Tim Hunt regarding which Mike giving his informed scientific opinion.

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kira-davisRedState.com writer Kira Davis stops by to talk with Teri about the LA Times article that names conservative sites like RedState and IJReview as fake news sites. Kira talks about why that list is wrong, why the mainstream media wants you to think these sites are fake, and the state of journalism in 2016. Kira also has some great podcast and book recommendations.

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On this bonus episode of the Smart Girl Politics podcast, Teri chats with Angela Morabito of StandUnited.org, an online petition platform for the center-right. Angela talks about the Founding Fathers’ vision for an engaged citizenry, how the tools of activism have changed since 1774, and the importance of the silent majority not staying silent now that Trump is headed to the White House.

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Can Trump be protected from the loony left? Former Secret Service Agent Dan Bongino drops by to talk with Teri about the election, what’s next for conservatives, and what it will take for the Secret Service to protect Donald Trump from the loony left.

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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club podcast for November 15, 2016 it’s the Primal Scream edition of the podcast with your hosts, radio host Todd Feinburg and nanophysicist Mike Stopa. After six days we are all still screaming! Some scream for Donald Trump, some scream at Donald Trump and some scream, unaccountably, for ice cream.

This week on the podcast we will talk about more fallout from the election – from the enthusiastic protests of professional troublemakers and precious snowflakes to the promises, promises of Lena Durham and fellow travelers to leave the United States (don’t let the door hit you on the way out!); from the new odd couple in the White House – of course I am talking about Reince Priebus and Steve Bannon – to the nation’s courageous mayors who are reaffirming their commitment to stand in the schoolhouse doors and prevent the enforcement of Federal Law. We’ll talk about marches by the KKK that aren’t and Mike’s plan to use the purse strings of scientific research to force universities to ensure that their janitors and gardeners are all legal U.S. residents.

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Teri Christoph is joined by Jennifer Burke, editor-in-chief of Politistick.com, to discuss the early days of the tea party movement, the rise of Donald Trump, the tears of leftist protesters, and what’s next for conservatives.

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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club podcast for November 9, 2016 it’s the “Trump is a Genius” edition of the podcast. We’ll discuss the new reality of November 9, 2016. We’ve been wondering what this day was going to be like for *ever*. And it turns out to be better than we could possibly have imagined it! Not only did Trump win, but the sheer energy of the victory carried along almost all of his detractors on the right – at least temporarily – like a tsunami…a temporary tsunami?

We will discuss the change in the electorate that brought this about. Are the blue collar, Reagan Democrat, rust belt “leftover” voters a permanent feature of the new Republican coalition? Are Democrats in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin – what Michael Moore called the “Brexit states,” destined to be a vanishing breed just as Democrats in the South have vanished?

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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political podcast for November 1, 2016 it’s the Conrad Black’s Life Matters edition. Our special guest is Lord Conrad Black founder of The National Post, author of highly acclaimed biographies of Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Richard Nixon, and Canadian TV personality. Lord Black is an outspoken Trump supporter who writes for the National Review. He will discuss with us, among other things, what makes America the greatest country on earth and how the “Bush-Clinton-Obama co-regency” threatens to derail that greatness. Further, as a personal acquaintance and longtime business associate of Donald Trump he attests to Trump’s solidity as a businessman and loyalty as a friend (to say nothing of his basic sanity).

Also, we’ll talk about FBI Director James Comey’s leap back into the middle of the 2016 election and the torpedo he launched at the HMS Hillary last Friday by reopening her email investigation. Does Hillary’s first instinct of demanding that Comey release everything immediately make sense? Is her second instinct – to assassinate the messenger by slamming Comey – work any better? Is the enthusiasm gap, where Trump now leads by seven points according to one poll, enough to tilt the election to Donald?

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Cash is king, right? There is, after all, some $4,200 in cash circulating for every person in the US, and that’s outside financial establishments. But when is the last time you used cash? Studies show 50% of us carry $20 or fewer in our wallets. How practical will paper currency remain, especially in the age of rising digital currencies?

To find out, I chatted with economist Kenneth Rogoff, a professor at Harvard University. From 2001–2003, he was Chief Economist at the IMF. His 2009 book with Carmen Reinhart This Time Is Different: Eight Centuries of Financial Folly examined patterns and similarities in severe financial crises. His fascinating new book, The Curse of Cash (September 2016), argues we should dramatically cut the world supply of cash to cut down illegal activity and help the economy.

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