Monthly Archives: January 2019

Episode 83: The Haruspex Returns



Will Howard Schultz be president? Is Gen Z worse than Millennials? Who will win the 2020 Democratic nomination? Noted augur Kristen Soltis Anderson returns to The Remnant to answer these and other questions.

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Episode 82: Dr. Karako; Or, How I Learned To Stop Worrying And Love Missile Defense



Can we stop nukes from hitting us? Should we worry about North Korea? Where are all the lasers? Missile defense expert Tom Karako joins The Remnant to answer these and other important questions.

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Episode 81: Stay In Your Lane



Jonah invites Washington Post editorial writer Charles Lane onto The Remnant to discuss how he defeated Darth Vader, why journalism is so terrible right now, what the 2020 Democratic field looks like, and more.

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Episode 80: The Last Podcast



Jonathan Last, executive editor of The Bulwark and the last of the Sub-Beacon trio to appear on The Remnant, joins Jonah for a rollicking round of repartee about Trump, the Democrats, and Star Wars.

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Episode 79: Economic Strain



Is the working class made of candy glass? Is Oren Cass wrong? Is the universe probabilistic? AEI economics scholar Michael Strain joins The Remnant to answer these and other questions.

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Episode 78: Make Work Great Again



Can the working class be saved? Should we fight China’s trade war depredations? Will Jonah survive jet lag? Oren Cass, Manhattan Institute scholar and author of The Once and Future Worker, joins 2019’s first Remnant to answer these and other questions.

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