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The Editors

National Review

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Unravel the threads of American politics with incisive commentary and in-depth analysis on the state of the political scene. Join National Review writers like Rich Lowry, Charles C. W. Cooke, Jim Geraghty, Michael Brendan Dougherty, Jack Butler, and more for political commentary you can’t get anywhere else. Longing for a refreshing dose of sanity? All you need to do is tune in.
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High Noon

Independent Women's Forum

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High Noon is an intellectual download featuring conversations that make possible a free society. The podcast features interesting thinkers from all parts of the political spectrum to discuss the most controversial subjects of the day in a way that hopes to advance our common American future. Hosted by Inez Stepman of Independent Women’s Forum. You can listen to the latest High Noon episode(s) here or wherever you get your podcasts. Then subscribe, rate, and share with your friends. If you ar ...
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She Thinks

Independent Women's Forum

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She Thinks is a podcast for women (and men) who are sick of the spin in today’s news cycle and are seeking the truth. Once a week, every week, She Thinks host Beverly Hallberg is joined by guests who cut through the clutter and bring you the facts. You don’t have to keep up with policy and politics to understand how issues will impact you and the people you care about most. You just have to keep up with us. We make sure you have the information you need to come to your own conclusions. Becau ...
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Madeleine Kearns, staff writer at National Review and senior fellow with IWF, comes back on the High Noon pod to discuss the emerging patchwork landscape of laws around gender “transition” in the U.S. and how they compare to the landscape in her native Scotland, which is currently going through a free speech crisis. Maddy and Inez also discuss how …
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Madeleine Kearns joins She Thinks podcast to discuss this month’s policy focus: Current State of Laws Governing Gender Transitions. In our discussion, we dive into the transgender culture war and how it has resulted in a patchwork of conflicting legislation governing so-called “gender transitions” for minors. We also look at the current state of af…
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Editors’ Picks: Rich: Today's Morning Jolt "Good Riddance, O. J. Simpson" Michael: Armond White’s piece "Civil War Strikes Back at America" Phil: Abigail Anthony’s piece “Princeton Democratic Socialists Raise ‘Grave Concern’ over ‘Discriminatory’ Gorilla Image Used in a French Class” Dominic: Rich’s piece “No One Cares about Joe Biden’s Lawlessness…
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Anna Giaritelli joins the She Thinks podcast to discuss the state of the border, including the latest numbers of illegal crossings and the political fight on how to address it. But we also transition to talk about another issue in the country—rising crime in cities. Giaritelli has bravely come forward with her own story of being tragically attacked…
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Olympians Jocelyne and Monique Lamoureux join Paula Scanlan on this special pop-up episode of She Thinks podcast to discuss their experiences as female athletes, the role of Title IX in their careers, and the issue of men in women’s sports. They discuss the potential changes to Title IX protections, as women’s sports are under threat at every level…
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Helen Roy, host of the podcast Girlboss, Interrupted, joins the High Noon podcast to talk about her recent piece on the relationships between Boomers and their Millennial adult children. Helen and Inez discuss the '60s as a kind of generational firewall that failed to pass on both tradition and family stability, and how that has affected Millennial…
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Editors’ Picks: Rich: Jeff Blehar’s post “You’re Fine Just Where You Are, Sonia Sotomayor” Jim: Jessica Hornick Evan’s post “Remember the Hostages” Noah: Also Jessica’s post, and NR’s editorial “Trump’s Abortion Hedge” MBD: Abigail’s post “Sex . . . at Birth??” Light Items: Rich: Yankees' opening day Jim: Yard-work woes Noah: The eclipse MBD: Roald…
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Eric Kaufmann joins She Thinks podcast this week to talk about the rise in mental health problems, the rise in wokeness, and if there’s a connection. He answers the question, "Do progressive ideas make people unhappy, or are unhappy people drawn to the cultural Left?” We review the data behind the mental health crisis, the research that looks into …
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Editors’ Picks: Rich: Naomi Schaefer Riley's magazine piece "How We Ruined Childhood" Noah: Rich’s piece “Yes, Fight Anti-White Racism” MBD: Caroline Downey’s recent pieces Jack: Mitch Daniel’s piece “How George Will Changed America’s Mind” Light Items: Rich: Meeting a Titans fan Noah: Seeing the second Dune movie MBD: The Prospector movie theater …
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Editors’ Picks: Rich: Abigail’s post "Visibility?" Jim: Jean Twenge’s magazine piece "Smartphones Are Damaging Our Kids" Noah: Charlie’s post "Is It ‘Inclusive’ to Speak of ‘Transgender Day of Visibility’ Only in English?" Dominic: Noah’s magazine piece “You Mean the Man Still Pays?” Light Items: Rich: Godzilla vs. Kong Jim: Sleeping in his own bed…
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Editors’ Picks: Rich: Haley Strack's reporting on Israel and Hamas Charlie: NR's editorial “Joseph Lieberman, R.I.P.” Maddy: Kayla’s post "Abortion Robots: Welcome to Hell" Michael: Dan’s piece "The Department of Education’s FAFSA Fiasco" Light Items: Rich: Washington Capitals Charlie: Amusing moments from ChatGPT Maddy: Doubt Michael: Godzilla vs.…
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Emily returns for her monthly High Noon chat, this time about Ronna McDaniel’s quick exit at NBC and the media’s unshakable ability to only allow conservative voices into the discussion if they’ve already acquiesced to the Left on all meaningful priors. The ladies also talk about Christine Blasey-Ford’s return, due process, and a new kind of quiet …
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Editors’ Picks: Rich: Haley’s post “Roll Chargers” Charlie: Dominic’s pieces “We Can’t Say We Weren’t Warned” and “Biden’s Tax Cut for the Rich?” Ramesh: Andrew Stuttaford's upcoming magazine piece on global resistance to net zero Noah: Abigail’s post “Unplugged” Light Items: Rich: NCAA tournament game Charlie: Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agen…
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Three Hong Kong freedom fighters who have made it their life’s work to stand up to the Chinese Communist Party and for basic human rights in Hong Kong join the She Thinks podcast this week. Due to their work, all three have been accused of “inciting secession” and “collusion with foreign forces” and currently have $1M bounties on their heads. We di…
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Editors’ Picks: Rich: Maddy’s piece “Cabrini Fails on Purpose” Charlie: Michael’s post “Confessing My Unbelief” Maddy: NR's editorial "Bernie’s 32-Hour Work Week" MBD: Rich’s piece “The Shameful Success of Letitia James” Light Items: Rich: Embarrassed UVA fan Charlie: Real-Action Baseball game Maddy: Family visiting MBD: The Gentleman on Netflix Sp…
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Alienated America author Timothy Carney returns to the High Noon podcast to discuss his new book, Family Unfriendly: How Our Culture Made Raising Kids Much Harder Than it Needs to Be. Tim lays out how our modern baby bust is more than economic, and instead is propped up by a series of cultural and policy defaults that make life for families much ha…
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Editors’ Picks: Rich: Dominic’s webathon piece "You Know What’s Really ‘Pro-Worker’?" Charlie: Noah’s piece "Is ‘Long Covid’ Real?" Noah: Jack’s post “Don’t Selectively Remember the Lessons of Covid” Phil: Jim's dispatches from Ukraine Light Items: Rich: Oral surgery Charlie: Parents in town Noah: Cultural mashup Phil: DVD player Sponsor: Made In T…
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Editors’ Picks: Rich: NR's Editorial "Michael Mann Owes Us $1 Million" Charlie: Noah’s piece "Chuck Schumer’s Problem Is with Israel, Not Netanyahu” Maddy: Kayla Bartsch’s piece "In Honoring Poor Things, Hollywood Shows Its Cultural Poverty" Michael: Barry O’Halloran's piece "Irish Voters Rebuff Their Political Establishment" Light Items: Rich: To …
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On this week’s episode of She Thinks, Amy Jo Clark and Miriam Weaver, also known as “Daisy” and “Mock,” hosts of Chicks on the Right, join us to talk about the fight to stand up for female-only spaces and how J.K. Rowling continues to be a strong advocate. We discuss the increased dangers women face as crime increases across the country and how men…
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Rachel Bovard of Conservative Partnership Institute is back from a stint as Executive Director of the powerful Republic Steering Committee in the Senate. She explains why the Senate—and the legislative branch more generally—seems to function only as a clearing house to confirm and fund the activities of the other two branches, and how it can take b…
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Editors’ Picks: Rich: Mark Krikorian’s magazine piece “How to Fix the Border” Charlie: Jeremy L. Shane's magazine piece “Why Medicare Should Pay for Weight-Loss Drugs” Noah: Phil’s piece “Jonathan Glazer Is Only Comfortable with a Jewishness of Victimhood” MBD: Jack’s two posts "France’s Abortion Vote Is Another Revolution" and "France’s New Revolu…
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Saint Mary’s College students Macy Gunnell and Claire Bettag join She Thinks podcast this week to share how they successfully fought back against their all-female college’s attempt to admit males who identify as women. Due to their efforts, as well as the efforts of donors and alumnae, the school reversed its male-inclusive admissions policy, prese…
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Kira Davis, host of the podcast Just Listen to Yourself, joins this week to discuss the future of the Republican Party, why the DC Borg always assimilates newcomers, and how to have hard discussions about family formation and marriage. -- High Noon is an intellectual download featuring conversations that make possible a free society. The podcast fe…
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Patrice Onwuka joins the podcast to talk about this month’s policy focus: Rent Control: A Failed Solution to Housing Unaffordability. We start by looking at the data to discover how much rent prices have increased and why. We then consider the history of rent control and discuss how well-meaning policies have led to decreased quantity and quality o…
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