Monthly Archives: May 2018

Episode 42: Numb As a Podcast



Enjoying a brief respite from his book tour, Jonah takes time to memorialize his larger-than-life father-in-law, address critics of Suicide of the West (buy now!), and engage in some rank punditry on Mueller, China, and North Korea.

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Episode 41: Fear and Loathing in Los Angeles



Are media outlets dishonest? How should conservatives treat Trump? Is DC better than Marvel? Live from Ben Shapiro’s L.A. lair, Jonah attempts to answer these and other pressing questions.

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Episode 40: Jet Lag Q&A



In this special episode of the Remnant, Jonah fights travel exhaustion and fields reader questions on subjects from Bigfoot erotica to Suicide of the West and everything in between.

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Episode 39: Econtalked: Part II



The second half of Jonah’s conversation with Hoover Institution Fellow and Econtalk podcast host Russ Roberts moves away from the abstract and the philosophical and more into the contemporary and the political. Jonah and Russ also search for something on which they might disagree.

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Episode 38: Econtalked



When is a podcast too long? Should we hate pragmatism? Are economists a guild? Jonah invites Russ Roberts, Hoover Institution fellow and host of the Econtalk podcast, to attempt to answer these and other questions, in the first part of their conversation.

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Episode 37: Effulgent Punditry



Can liberals understand conservatives? Is civil society decaying? Is staging a fake assassination attempt on yourself a good way to win reelection? Washington Examiner commentary editor Tim Carney rejoins the Remnant to answer these and other questions.

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Episode 36: The Flimflam Kim Fam



With a lot of drama unfolding these days in the Korea peninsula, Jonah invites AEI scholar and North Korea expert Nicholas Eberstadt to help make sense of North Korea, the Kim family, President Trump’s new approach to the problem, and more.

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