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Commentary Magazine Podcast: Get Me to the Polls on Time A few more hours&#8230;that&#8217;s all the time we&#8217;ve got. (As Alfred Doolittle sings in &#8220;My Fair Lady.&#8221;) So we discuss the final numbers&#8212;presidential job approval&#8212;that offer a pretty solid sense of where the election might end up. And the weird Senate situation in Georgia. And the paradox of the shy Trump voter. Give a listen.
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The Learning Curve: What you WISH you learned in high school Mary Katharine Ham abs Elisha Krauss team up for a trip down memory lane—academia style. What are the lessons they’re glad they got in school&#8230; and which they wish they had.
Commentary Magazine Podcast: Get Me to the Polls on Time A few more hours&#8230;that&#8217;s all the time we&#8217;ve got. (As Alfred Doolittle sings in &#8220;My Fair Lady.&#8221;) So we discuss the final numbers&#8212;presidential job approval&#8212;that offer a pretty solid sense of where the election might end up. And the weird Senate situation in Georgia. And the paradox of the shy Trump voter. Give a listen.
Half Percent Podcast: Battling the Taliban in the Saw Valley (#20) Sean Ambriz joins the podcast. Sean is a Military Police Soldier in the US Army who did two combat tours in Afghanistan. In this podcast, Sean takes us through two major battles with the Taliban in riveting detail. Taking place in one of the most dangerous regions of Afghanistan two years apart, what started as [&#8230;]
In the Tank: 267. Election 2020 Predictions, IL Fair Tax Analysis The Heartland Institute&#8217;s Donald Kendal, Justin Haskins, and Jim Lakely are joined by Isaac Orr for episode 267 of the In The Tank Podcast.&#160;The In The Tank crew discusses California Gov. Gavin Newsom&#8217;s new Thanksgiving COVID restrictions as well as some of the Halloween trick or treat bans. After that, the panel gives their predictions [&#8230;]
Three Martini Lunch: Gathering Five Storms: Previewing Jim’s New Novel Jim and Greg are both on vacation but they put together a full week of brand new content for you. Today, they preview Jim&#8217;s soon-to-be-released novel, &#8220;Gathering Five Storms.&#8221; It&#8217;s the third installment in his &#8220;Dangerous Clique&#8221; series. Today, Jim offers a refresher on the premise for the series and what readers can expect in [&#8230;]
The Commentary Magazine Podcast: Mark His Words, the GOP Candidates Are Bad Mark Halperin joins the podcast to talk about the Democratic triumph with its big spending and climate change bill and how it looks like Republican candidates for the Senate (and for gubernatorial mansions) may not be able to capitalize on big liberal spending initiatives and other aspects of the supposed progressive surge this month. Give [&#8230;]
The Last Optimist: The CHIPS Act of 2022: A Bipartisan Spasm of Agreement (#19) Chips—semiconductors—are a critical part of our modern economy (read all about that in Mark&#8217;s book). So, where they’re manufactured matters. It’s good that Congress finally noticed.  But there’s far more to the story, and more to be done, much of it differently, to reignite American “soft” power in the “hard” industries of manufacturing. For historical [&#8230;]
Daily Signal Podcast: Democrat Defectors Imperil Biden’s Future President Joe Biden is confronting a record-low job approval rating and a growing calls from within his own party to abandon a reelection campaign. &#160; Last week, congressional Democrats from Minnesota and New York cast doubt on Biden&#8217;s political future, suggesting it was time for a new generation to step forward. Those public statements came [&#8230;]
First Things: Miseducation of the Youth In this episode, Stanley Kurtz joins Mark Bauerlein to discuss how the federal government manipulates state-level education requirements, drawing from Kurtz&#8217;s recent National Review article​ “Bogus ‘Civics&#8217; Bill Will Push CRT on States​.&#8221;
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