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Steven F. Hayward: On what made Ronald Reagan a successful president, and why we should study statesmen.
Date Added: November 7, 2016
Clarence Thomas: Personal reflections on twenty-five years on the Court, his jurisprudence, and his education.
Date Added: October 22, 2016
Elliott Abrams II: On foreign policy challenges the next president will face and what the U.S. must to do to restore its global standing.
Date Added: October 10, 2016
Harvey Mansfield X: On crime and mystery novels, P.G. Wodehouse, James Q. Wilson, Winston Churchill, and Jonathan Swift.
Date Added: September 26, 2016
Charles Murray II: A discussion of the decline in American civic life and its effects on the current political moment.
Date Added: September 12, 2016
Mark Blitz II: The professor of political philosophy on American liberal democracy and its basis in individual natural rights.
Date Added: August 29, 2016
Paul Cantor III: On works of literature from different periods and genres that can teach us about liberty.
Date Added: August 15, 2016
2016 State of the Race: Former Sen. Spencer Abraham, The Weekly Standard's Jay Cost, and Bill Kristol analyze the 2016 presidential race.
Date Added: August 3, 2016
Harvey Mansfield IX: On Justice Scalia, and how to think about the role of the Constitution in America.
Date Added: August 1, 2016
Jonah Goldberg: The National Review senior editor on Donald Trump's candidacy and the state of liberalism and conservatism.
Date Added: July 18, 2016
David Petraeus II: On the need for American engagement in the world, our current military capabilities, and his education.
Date Added: July 5, 2016
Garry Kasparov III: On Trump, Sanders, Clinton, Obama and the state of American politics today.
Date Added: June 20, 2016