Monthly Archives: October 2017

Episode 5: Surviving the Apocalypse



Everything old is new again on the fifth episode of The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg. Our intrepid host brings back recurring guest star Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) to talk sports, current events, and survivalism, and invites National Review staff writer David French to discuss the return of The Walking Dead and what do in the event of an actual zombie apocalypse.

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Episode 4: Chicken Wings, Cheese, and Politics



On the fourth episode of The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg, our intrepid host talks chicken wings, cheese, and politics with thoroughgoing Wisconsinite Steve Hayes, editor of the Weekly Standard. Stick around for the end as well, when Jonah responds to uh . . . ah . . . listener criticism.

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Music: Sprach Zarathustra by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.


Episode 3: Whatabout-ism



Remnant host Jonah Goldberg continues his quest to get comfortable with this strange medium. Back by popular demand is Senator Ben Sasse (R-Cornhuskers) to explain why we can’t have nice things. Jonah responds to listener feedback and also tells us what he thinks about “whatabout-ism.” He also spends maybe a little too much time talking about his dogs, because they’re great.

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Music: Sprach Zarathustra by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.


Episode 2: Why Can’t We Have Nice Things?



In the second episode of The Remnant with Jonah Goldberg, the host begins to gain his podcast sea legs with the help of the least famous famous person in D.C.: egghead extraordinaire Yuval Levin, of the Ethics and Public Policy Center and National Affairs. Topics include: the role of institutions, what’s wrong with our politics, nationalism vs. patriotism, and why conspiracy theories are (probably) wrong. Goldberg also reviews some of the early reviews of The Remnant.

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Music: Sprach Zarathustra by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License.