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The guys discuss Trump’s abortion and trans comments and if they create an opening with conservatives, along with Nikki Haley’s chances and Joe Biden’s terrible September.
The guys discuss how the politics of impeachment will play out for Republicans and the political risks of pursuing it against Joe Biden.
The guys respond to Politico’s candidate playlist assignment with a strong degree of loathing for Imagine Dragons and discuss the latest Biden White House Covid woes.
The guys discuss the fallout for the Biden administration from fires and hurricanes, how Trump wants to stomp on DeSantis’ moment of leadership, and if Mitch McConnell’s freeze matters for 2024.
The guys discuss the first Republican debate of 2024 — winners, losers, and whether Trump was right to skip it.
The guys discuss next week’s Republican debate and what defines success for the candidates on a stage that likely won’t include Donald Trump.
The guys discuss research on what voters in early states prioritize in candidates and break down the DeSantis/Newsom debate possibilities.
The guys discuss what presidential elections look like when the DOJ and indictments are a weekly occurrence.
The guys discuss the explosive shift in fortune for the DeSantis campaign after firings, and how much Hunter Biden will matter in 2024.
The guys discuss Jack Smith’s Subway order, DeSantis’s CNN interview and what No Labels could do to the race
The guys role play as each of the non-Trump non-DeSantis candidates — why are they all staying in?
The guys discuss the latest speculation for a Biden White House that seems out of control.
Steel manning the legal woes of Trump and Biden, DeSantis plateaus, Christie surges, the Kamala problem, what’s a Uighur? Plus the guys name the King of the Week.
The guys talk Trump’s interview and Hunter’s sweet deal.
The guys discuss the fallout from Jack Smith’s indictment for the rest of the 2024 field.
The guys discuss Chris Christie’s goals, DeSantis feuds and Mike Pence’s logo, but the podcast is already ruined because they talked soccer.
In the first episode of The District: Thunderdome Edition, Ben Domenech and a pair of political insiders discuss Ron DeSantis’s Iowa rollout, Donald Trump’s bizarre Covid choice, Chris Christie’s motivations and RFK Jr.’s spoiler role.
Teresa Mull talks to author, writer and coach Dave Seminara about his experience coaching teenagers and how sports build confidence and teach life lessons.
Ben Domenech is joined by Semafor editor-in-chief Ben Smith to discuss digital media and his new book, Traffic: Genius, Rivalry and Delusion in the Billion-Dollar Race to Go Viral.
Amber Athey is joined by Oli London to discuss his book about his experience with the gender transition industry.
Amber Athey is joined by former congressman Tim Huelskamp to discuss new documents that reveal the FBI’s infiltration of Catholic churches.
Ben Domenech is joined by foreign policy expert Will Inboden to discuss the background of Reagan’s “October Surprise” and the extreme lack of evidence supporting the allegation.
Matt McDonald is joined by Amber Athey, author of The Snowflakes’ Revolt: How Woke Millennials Hijacked American Media (and Washington editor of The Spectator World). They discuss the media frenzy following the announcement of President Trump’s historic indictment — and revisit a chapter from Amber’s book, one year on, where a “conservative” radio station fired her for a tweet…
Amber Athey is joined by Asra Nomani to discuss her new book, Woke Army: The Red-Green Alliance That Is Destroying America’s Freedom.
Amber Athey is joined by Bethany Mandel to discuss her new book with Karol Markowicz, Stolen Youth: How Radicals are Erasing Innocence and Indoctrinating a Generation.
Amber Athey is joined by Chrissy Clark, a reporter for the Daily Caller, to discuss new documentary, Damaged: The Transing of America’s Kids.
Amber Athey is joined by Matt Peterson, co-founder of New Founding and founder of the American Mind, to discuss the state of the 2024 Republican primary.
Teresa Mull talks to Keith Krach, “America’s Energy Diplomat,” about how China is thwarting America’s solar energy ambitions and what we can do to secure solar dominance.
Ben Domenech is joined by Gabe Kaminsky, investigative reporter at the Washington Examiner, to discuss his recent reporting on nonprofit entities that have been operating on the basis of taxpayer funding to undermine conservative publications.
Amber Athey is joined by Christopher C. Miller, who served as the acting secretary of defense under Donald Trump, to discuss his new book and the Chinese spy balloon.
Ben Domenech is joined by Becket Adams, Washington Examiner columnist and program director at the National Journalism Center, to discuss his recent trip to Davos.
Robby Soave, host of Rising on Hill TV and senior editor at Reason, joins Matt to discuss his new story about how Meta outsourced Covid misinformation policy to a government department.
Teresa Mull speaks to author Ericka Andersen about her new book, Reason to Return, and why the church needs women
Kara Kennedy is joined by guest Kinsey Schofield, host of the To Di For Daily podcast, to discuss Prince Harry’s newly released memoir.
Matt Purple is joined by Ben Domenech to discuss the latest speaker of the House, Kevin McCarthy.
Matt McDonald, Amber Athey and Ben Domenech review the year that’s ending and look ahead to the one to come.
What should the incoming Congress do about Hunter Biden’s suspect business dealings?
Teresa Mull and the Piston Foundation’s Jeff Mason discuss America’s declining skilled labor force and how to get young people interested in these careers.
Ben Domenech talks to Wall Street Journal film critic Kyle Smith about the best movies and television shows of 2022.
Kara Kennedy is joined by Julie Burchill and Christopher Bedford to discuss the Christmas season and how to throw a memorable Christmas party.
Amber Athey is joined by guest Thomas J. Baker, who served as a special agent for the FBI for over 30 years, to discuss his new book The Fall of the FBI: How a Once Great Agency Became a Threat to Democracy.
Matt McDonald is joined by Siraj Hashmi, co-host of the Habibi Bros. podcast, to discuss the controversies surrounding the 2022 Qatar World Cup.
Amber Athey is joined by author Mark Judge to discuss his new book about his experience dealing with the sexual assault allegations against Supreme Court justice Brett Kavanaugh.
Teresa Mull speaks to Joel Kolander of the Rock Island Auction Company about the dramatic rise in alternative investments during the present recession
Matt McDonald, Ben Domenech and Amber Athey discuss the results of the 2022 midterms.
Ben Domenech is joined by legendary columnist George Will to discuss the changes happening in baseball and the current state of the midterm elections.
Teresa Mull and Tim Benson discuss Taylor Swift’s continued success and why her music appeals to such a diverse demographic set.
Amber Athey is joined by Oli London to discuss his experience with gender dysphoria and his decision to detransition.
Amber Athey is joined by author Michael Walsh to discuss his new book Against the Great Reset.
Amber Athey is joined by Dr. John Lott, president of the Crime Prevention Research Center, to discuss his new study on how often guns are used to stop mass shooting events.
Teresa Mull talks to Simon Hankinson about the mainstream media’s habit of withholding relevant crime information to promote a leftist agenda.
Ben Domenech and Mary Margaret Olohan discuss the recent rise in the weaponization of law enforcement against pro-life Americans.
Teresa Mull chats with Tim Benson about the weird and wonderful politics and culture of the Sunshine State.
Incoming staff writer Kara Kennedy discusses her October magazine piece about Meghan Markle’s failure to take Hollywood by storm with Kinsey Schofield, a royal commentator and host of the To Di For Daily podcast.
Oliver Wiseman, Ben Domenech and Patrick Ruffini discuss where things stand in the fight for control of Congress.
Ben Domenech is joined by Matt Purple and Matt McDonald to discuss the Queen’s legacy.
Teresa Mull talks to Rob Shavell, CEO of data privacy firm DeleteMe, about the consequences of a tech-saturated society and how to protect yourself and your children from online dangers.
Amber Athey is joined by Christopher Nadon, a professor at Claremont McKenna College, to discuss his experience with the Claremont McKenna administration following remarks he made in his class.
Matt McDonald, Ben Domenech, Billy McMorris and James Kirchick discuss the current state of comedy in the age of cancel culture.
Teresa Mull is joined by W. James Antle III, Washington Examiner politics editor, to discuss the midterm elections and what different outcomes could mean for 2024.
Matt Purple and Teresa Mull discuss the start of a new school year and the case for school choice.
Teresa Mull is joined by H. Sterling Burnett, a Heartland Institute senior fellow, to discuss how the policy will hurt our economy, society and environment.
Matt McDonald and Ben Domenech discuss whether the golden age of television is ending with the conclusion of Better Call Saul.
Matt Purple and Amber Athey discuss the raid on Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home.
Oliver Wiseman is joined by guests Jesse Singal and Rikki Schlott to discuss the effects of social media, the pandemic and higher education on Gen Z.
Teresa Mull is joined by Jeremy Lott, Washington State Regional Editor for Centre Square Newswire, to discuss the unique politics of the often-overlooked Pacific Northwest region.
Matt Purple and Teresa Mull discuss the current recession and how it affects everyday Americans.
Oliver Wiseman is joined by Alex Lee Moyer to discuss her new documentary on Alex Jones, Alex’s War, and the hurdles she encountered in the film’s rollout.
Teresa Mull chats with Charlie Paglee, CEO and founder of American Bantam, about his company’s new spin on an old classic brand and restoring America’s manufacturing heritage.
Oliver Wiseman is joined by guests Alex Perez and Karol Markowicz to discuss Florida, its governor Ron DeSantis and the sudden political prominence of the Sunshine State.
Host Teresa Mull speaks to guest Dallas Kephart, Republican candidate for Pennsylvania state representative, about what he learned from rural Republicans on the campaign trail.
Matt Purple and Amber Athey are joined by Josh Hammer to discuss the aftermath of the overturning of the Roe v. Wade decision.
Amber Athey is joined by Jay Greene, a Senior Research Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, to discuss his recent research on the relationship between cross sex hormones and suicide rates among transgender teens.
Spectator deputy editor Oliver Wiseman is joined by Elbridge Colby, a senior Pentagon official during the Trump administration and the author of A Strategy of Denial, to discuss Biden’s foreign policy, the war in Ukraine and whether the US is doing enough to rise to the China threat.
Amber Athey is joined by Teresa Mull to discuss the mainstream media’s lack of coverage on the attempted assassination of Brett Kavanaugh.
Amber Athey is joined by guest Ashley Rindsberg to discuss his recent magazine piece about the ties between Anthony Fauci, Evergrande and Harvard.
Matt Purple and Teresa Mull discuss a uniquely American issue in the wake of the Uvalde shooting
Amber Athey and Matt McDonald are joined by contributing editor Billy McMorris to discuss his recent cover story about the Democrats’ succession woes.
Teresa Mull talks with JD Wilkes, lead singer of the Legendary Shack Shakers, about his experience in the music industry over the decades
Amber Athey is joined by guest Bethany Mandel to discuss the baby formula shortage throughout the country.
Amber Athey is The Spectator’s Washington editor and host of Unfit to Print on WCBM 680. She is the author of The Snowflakes’ Revolt: How Woke Millennials Hijacked American Media. Amber was previously White House correspondent for the Daily Caller and a co-host of O’Connor & Company on WMAL.
Ben Domenech is an editor-at-large of The Spectator World. He is also a Fox News contributor and writes the Transom newsletter on Substack.
Matt McDonald is the US managing editor of The Spectator. He is based in the Washington, DC area.
Oliver Wiseman is executive editor of The Spectator World and author of the DC Diary.
Teresa Mull is an assistant editor at The Spectator World. Her first book, Woke-Proof Your Life, came out on August 15.