Monthly Archives: April 2018

Episode 35: Enchanting Creeds and the Enchanted Isle



Jonah finds time in the midst of his whirlwind book tour for a special New York episode of the Remnant with National Review senior contributor Michael Brendan Dougherty. They have a wide-ranging discussion on ethnic pride, nationalism and patriotism, Ireland, and more.

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Episode 34: The Cleanest Dirty Shirt



Is the golden age of globalism about to come to an end? Jonah invites Eurasia Group president Ian Bremmer, author of Us vs. Them: The Failure of Globalism, onto the Remnant to find out.

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Episode 33: The Nacho Situation



Trade lawyer and Cato Institute scholar Scott Lincicome returns to the Remnant as we await the US-China trade war that may or may not happen to tell us what we should or should not do.

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Episode 32: Blarney Tim Carney



In the latest Remnant, Washington Examiner commentary editor Tim Carney joins Jonah to discuss the headlines of the day (the Cohen raid, Syria, the 2018 midterms) and to do a deeper dive on the nature of crony capitalism.

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Episode 31: Is the Pope Catholic?



The latest Remnant invites New York Times columnist Ross Douthat, author of the newly-released To Change the Church: Pope Francis and the Future of Catholicism, to discuss Pope Francis and state of the Catholic Church.

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Episode 30: The Nebraska Shuffle



Returning from exile, and just back from a trip abroad, Senator Ben Sasse (R-Nebraska) rejoins The Remnant for a wildly discursive episode on cybersecurity, congressional dysfunction, populism, and cryptozoology.

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