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John Walters: The former Drug Czar discusses the nation's opioid epidemic and how to address it.
Date Added: May 22, 2017
Ben Sasse: The Nebraska senator on the state of American society and culture.
Date Added: May 8, 2017
Harvey Mansfield XII: On the Senate's confirmation hearings for Neil Gorsuch and the relationship between politics and law.
Date Added: April 24, 2017
N. Gregory Mankiw: The Harvard professor of economics on the American economy and why we need free markets.
Date Added: April 9, 2017
Christopher Caldwell: The Weekly Standard Senior Editor analyzes the political, economic, and cultural situation in Europe today.
Date Added: March 27, 2017
Vin Weber: On Reaganite internationalism, the election of Donald Trump, and the state of our parties.
Date Added: March 13, 2017
David Axelrod: The 2016 elections, possible paths forward for Democrats & Republicans, & the early days of the Trump presidency.
Date Added: February 27, 2017
Christopher DeMuth and Adam White: On how the president, Congress, & courts might go about reforming the administrative state.
Date Added: February 11, 2017
James Ceaser III: On Donald Trump, our political parties, and the relationship between populism and conservatism.
Date Added: January 29, 2017
Andrew Ferguson: The Weekly Standard senior editor on journalism, politics, culture, and the state of higher education.
Date Added: January 16, 2017
Jonah Goldberg II: On President-elect Donald Trump, the state of liberalism and conservatism in 2017, and American culture.
Date Added: January 3, 2017
Harvey Mansfield XI: On Donald Trump and how political philosophy can inform our understanding of Trump and his election.
Date Added: December 19, 2016