Tag: Buckley

Join Jim and Greg as they share three martinis with former Connecticut Sen. Joe Lieberman, who was also the vice presidential nominee for the Democrats in the 2000 presidential campaign. They discuss why Lieberman sees Russia and Iran as the biggest immediate threats to U.S. national security and his blunt assessments of how the Biden administration handled the withdrawal from Afghanistan and how it is approaching Iran . They also discuss why communist China is not as high among imminent threats on Lieberman’s list. And Lieberman offers his reaction to Senators Manchin and Sinema standing up against the rest of their party on the filibuster and describes what it was like for him to stand alone on the Iraq War, opposing a public option on Obamacare and more.

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Every year on this day, on NRO, I repost this sweet note Bill wrote way back in 1962, answering some curious conservative high schoolers who wanted to know WFB’s views about the importance of beliefs when you meet God having, well, died. Was The Creator standing there with a clipboard and pencil, citing issues? (“Abortion, […]

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Welcome to the Harvard Lunch Club Political Podcast for March 14, 2017, it’s the Nobody Will Ever Have Healthcare edition of the show.

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Beowulf, in his final battle, reaches for his knife and thrusts a fatal blow into the dragon’s side.  Beowulf himself, though, suffered a deadly strike to the neck.  Before succumbing, he tells young Wiglaf to look after his people and symbolically passes the collar from around his neck.  The old gives way to the new. […]

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