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Paul Cantor X: On the nature of comedy and what we can learn from Shakespeare's comedies.
Date Added: June 2, 2021
Roya Hakakian: The author and poet discusses her immigration experience to the United States from Iran and reflects on the meaning of immigration to the American idea.
Date Added: May 20, 2021
Stan Veuger III: The AEI economist discusses the Biden Administration’s economic policies and possible paths forward for the US economy.
Date Added: May 6, 2021
Mark Blitz III: On reason, politics, and human nature.
Date Added: April 23, 2021
James Carville: The veteran Democratic strategist shares his perspective on the Biden Administration, the culture wars, and the state of the parties.
Date Added: April 8, 2021
Leon Kass II: On the Book of Exodus and its enduring relevance.
Date Added: March 24, 2021
Garry Kasparov VI: On Vladimir Putin, his global influence, and the importance of standing up for freedom.
Date Added: March 10, 2021
Larry Summers III: On the economic outlook, the case for public investment, and the threat of inflation.
Date Added: February 25, 2021
Ashish Jha II: The dean of the Brown School of Public Health discusses Covid-19, vaccines, and the outlook for 2021.
Date Added: February 20, 2021
Scott Lincicome II: The race for vaccines and lessons on free markets, trade, and globalization.
Date Added: January 28, 2021
Robert Gibbs: On the incoming Biden administration and the challenge of a presidential transition during a crisis.
Date Added: January 14, 2021
Sean Wilentz II: The Princeton historian on conspiracy theories in American politics, past and present.
Date Added: January 1, 2021