Pressed for time and fighting technical glitches, Jonah takes the Remnant into the perilous field of podcast rank punditry, opining at moderate length about this week’s Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the Parkland shooting, and the Russia investigation.
- Richard Brookhiser on the state of the conservative movement 10 years after William F. Buckley Jr.’s death.
- My essay on Albert Jay Nock, who inspired the name of this podcast.
- My column on why the Trump campaign was (probably) too incompetent to have colluded with the Russians.
- My column asking why so-called “nationalists” aren’t angrier that Russians infringed upon America’s national sovereignty.
- The two wars (or would-be wars) inspired by almost laughably small items: the War of Jenkins’ Ear and the Pig War.
- My review of Dinesh D’Souza’s The Enemy at Home for the Claremont Review of Books.
- The special guns-only, Charles C.W. Cooke-only episode of National Review’s “The Editors’” podcast.
- My review of The Cloverfield Paradox, a movie that is spectacularly bad.