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6 minutes | Dec 11, 2017
Ep. 77: What the Star Wars 'who-shot-first' controversy tells us about modern-day fandom
We live in an age in which audiences simply reject a filmmaker's explanation of what happens in his movie. For more, visit TheWeek.com/Podcasts
6 minutes | Dec 4, 2017
Ep. 76: A mourner's guide to surviving the holidays
Christmas isn't always merry. Here's how to deal with grief over the holidays. For more, visit TheWeek.com/Podcasts
7 minutes | Nov 27, 2017
Ep. 75: Can liberal podcasters dethrone Limbaugh & Co.?
The left has found the perfect medium for its message. For more, visit TheWeek.com/Podcasts
6 minutes | Nov 20, 2017
Ep. 74: Thanksgiving is awesome!
A Frenchman's ode to this quintessential American holiday. For more, visit TheWeek.com/Podcasts
7 minutes | Nov 13, 2017
Ep. 73: Has Generation X lost its chance to occupy the White House?
The generation charmingly called "America's neglected middle child" could save Washington ... if we hurry.
7 minutes | Nov 6, 2017
Ep. 72: What America lost when it ended the draft
Nothing builds social cohesion like a call for shared sacrifice. For more, visit TheWeek.com/Podcasts
6 minutes | Oct 30, 2017
Ep. 71: Why scary books are better than scary movies
The things we imagine can often be scarier than anything seen on screen.
7 minutes | Oct 24, 2017
Ep. 70: A definitive, absolutely correct, unquestionable ranking of the months of the year
October is the best month of the year. If you disagree, you are wrong. For more, visit TheWeek.com/Podcasts
7 minutes | Oct 16, 2017
Ep. 69: What the Constitution really says about guns
The Second Amendment isn't here to defend gun-right absolutists. For more, visit TheWeek.com/Podcasts
7 minutes | Oct 9, 2017
Ep. 68: The wild card game is killing baseball
Baseball teams aren't even battling for wild card spots anymore. That's a problem. For more, visit TheWeek.com/Podcasts.
7 minutes | Oct 2, 2017
Ep. 67: Why immigration in Canada is less divisive than in the U.S.
Canada has constructed a workable liberal nationalism in the age of mass-migration and populist backlash. Can America learn from it? For more, visit TheWeek.com/Podcasts
7 minutes | Sep 25, 2017
Ep. 66: Against autumn creep
There's a season for everything, so chill out with those pumpkins. Read more at TheWeek.com/Podcasts
7 minutes | Sep 18, 2017
Ep. 65: How today's female politicians became modern heroines
The rise of the political she-ro. For more, check out TheWeek.com/Podcasts
7 minutes | Sep 11, 2017
Ep. 64: America's bus system is broken
It's the poor who will suffer most when bus travel is neglected. For more, visit TheWeek.com/podcasts
7 minutes | Sep 4, 2017
Ep. 63: Why 'Frasier' is the best show to sleep to
This episode is dedicated to all the insomniacs out there. That inky swamp of panic you live in? Banished by Kelsey Grammer's soothing voice and plush neuroses. For more, check out TheWeek.com/Podcasts
7 minutes | Aug 28, 2017
Ep. 62: Against a guaranteed jobs program
During the Great Depression, the government created thousands of jobs for the unemployed. James Pethokoukis explains why that would never work today. For more, visit TheWeek.com/podcasts
7 minutes | Aug 21, 2017
Ep. 61: Why 'freedom of speech' is a cartoonish fantasy
Free speech absolutists are ignoring history. Find more at TheWeek.com/podcasts
5 minutes | Aug 14, 2017
Ep. 60: President Trump and the perils of unchecked executive power
How Trump exposes a dangerous problem at the heart of American government. Read more at TheWeek.com/podcasts.
7 minutes | Aug 7, 2017
Ep. 59: The fall of America
America has become a lost, exhausted superpower. And it may well get much, much worse.
6 minutes | Jul 31, 2017
Ep. 58: Make government simple again
Stressing out over paperwork is one of the signature features of modern life. Sometimes it's necessary — like when you're buying a car. But a lot of it, especially anything connected with government programs, could easily be avoided.
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