With Kristi Noam signing legislation that will demand fairness for women in women's sports, Seth brought on Jon Schweppe, the Director of Policy and Government Affairs at American Principles Project, to talk about APP and Noam's reversal to support and defend women's sports. 

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In this short episode, Seth and Cal had the opportunity to talk to Diana Schaub, who is a Lincoln scholar, a professor at Loyota University, and a scholar at American Enterprise Institute, about her new book, "His Greatest Speeches: How Lincoln Moved the Nation." 

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In this speical episode, Seth decides to close out the year 2021 with a few of his friends that are very insightful when it comes to movies. Seth, Eric and Titus talk about the Hollywood's relationship to China, the movies they saw this year, and about John Ford, who is the greatest film director in America. 

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P.S- If you want to follow Eric and Titus, here are their twitter handles: 
@confilmbuff
@titusfilm

Cal and Jay discuss Jay's new podcast, prioritizing the story over the echo chamber and what real journalism is, with a critique of the Biden administration thrown in for good measure.

In this episode, Seth brought back Chris Queen, who is an editor of PJ Media, to talk about Thanksgiving, the Rittenhouse Verdict, and to talk about the oral arguments in the Dobbs case. 

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In this episode, Seth sat down and talked to AIER's own Phil Magness about his work to unearth the lies that Nancy MacLean has been perpetuating in her book Democracy in Chains and in a recent article in which she smears Milton Friedman. 

 

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In our 80th episode, Seth and Cal sit down and talk about the National Conservatism Conference, the Rittenhouse trial, and Denis Villeneuve's new film DUNE! 

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Due to Seth being at the National Conservatism Conference, Cal Davenport sits with Peter Boettke, a Professor of Economics and Philosophy at George Mason University, and talks about the Austrian School of Economics

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Glenn Ellmers, who has previously been on In The Trenches Podcast, has recently written a book called, The Soul of Politics: Harry Jaffa and the Fight for America. Seth decided to sit down with the Claremont Institute scholar to talk about The Founding, Equality, East Coast v West Coast Straussians divide, and why politics matter. 

 

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In this episode, Seth and Cal sat down with Professor James M. Patterson of Ava Maria College who wrote a popular piece in Law & Liberty about how center-right folks must start anew when it comes to higher education. 

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