Are Democrats really going to hand the election to Donald Trump by getting into an internecine war over race and gender? That’s the main discussion on today’s podcast. Give a listen.

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This is the question we ask on today’s podcast, which takes up the extreme reaction to the July 4 festivities in Washington and the fights in the primary contest—all of which seem to be making the implicit case that Democrats can’t be trusted with the White House. Give a listen.

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John is out for this episode of the Commentary podcast, in which the remaining hosts give their thoughts on the second Democratic debate, Trump’s unplanned trip to North Korea, and the Antifa gangs that have taken over Portland, Oregon.

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Democratic Debate #1 takes up most of the time on today’s podcast, in which we ask: Who was worse, Tim Ryan (who) or Beto O’Rourke (answer to trivia question in 2022)? Did Elizabeth Warren do what she had to do or did she fall short? And is Tulsi Gabbard the new voice of American foreign policy arguing that we weren’t attacked by the Taliban on 9/11? We also take up the Supreme Court’s decision in the gerrymandering case. Give a listen.

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The 2020 Democrats are engaged in a bidding war to lure voters with the promise of free programs and debt forgiveness. Will it work? Also, the prospects for diplomacy with Iran after Donald Trump’s aborted retaliatory strikes and the costs of inaction.

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On today’s podcast—with Christine in studio!—we take up the question of Joe Biden’s odd remarks about segregationist senators and whether the Democratic party is more his or more Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez’s. Plus: We’re not going to do anything about Iran, are we? Give a listen.

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Today’s podcast largely concerns the stunning slam of Oberlin College by an Ohio jury, which found it liable for the defamation of an off-campus business, the venerable Gibson’s Bakery. What does this portend for racial politics on campus and the disgraceful conduct of out-of-control college administrators? Give a listen.

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Another oil tanker attacked in the Persian Gulf most likely by Iran. Can the Trump administration maintain its current posture of restraint? And Donald Trump entertains the notion that he might accept foreign political aid in 2020. Is it a blunder or a disaster? The COMMENTARY podcast weighs in.

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Did Donald Trump “win” against Mexico, or did he just side-step a potential financial crisis of his own making? And did Joe Biden mess up when he flip-flopped or show that he has what it takes? Give a listen.

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Today’s podcast offers reflections on D-Day, on whether Joe Biden has gotten himself into trouble on abortion, and what’s wrong with upper middle class parents. Give a listen.

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Did Bernie Sanders launch the first serious salvo at Joe Biden this weekend by saying Democrats would need enthusiasm to beat Donald Trump—thus implicitly attacking Biden’s calm and pacific demeanor as the frontrunner? And are the rules of the Democratic primaries now being slowly moved to help Biden win early? Give a listen.

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On today’s podcast, we argue (really!) about what Bob Mueller was saying in his statement yesterday, about what exoneration means, about what obstruction of justice is, and about all kinds of things. Also, what happened in the Israeli elections, and how can Biden be stopped. Give a listen.

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The COMMENTARY podcast on the Left’s anxiety over the effort to limit climate change models from projecting the effect of CO2 emissions 100 years out to just 40 years and the success of the pro-Brexit party in European Parliament elections.

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Does Donald Trump want to invite impeachment? If so, will Democrats take the bait? Also, the Justin Amash boomlet and the likely end of Theresa May’s tenure as British prime minister.

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Who will benefit politically from a massive fight on abortion? And who won the Game of Thrones? You’ll never guess. Give a listen to today’s podcast.

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What is Bill de Blasio doing running for president? Why are the Iranians blowing holes in Saudi tankers and why are people acting like it’s crazy we want to stop them? And why is Alabama passing extreme legislation against abortion? Today’s podcast asks these questions and kinda answers them somewhat. Give a listen.

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Today’s podcast features an effort to parse just what it was Rep. Rashida Tlaib was trying to say in a bizarre interview about Palestinians and Jews that has once again opened up the question of why there is an anti-Semitism explosion and why the mainstream media and Democrats are refusing to confront it. Also, we discuss Game of Thrones and Alyssa Milano’s proposed sex strike, so it’s a packed podcast. Give a listen.

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On today’s podcast, we assess the cleverness or stupidity of the Trump administration’s decision to refuse cooperation with Congressional subpoenas, and its confrontational posture toward Iran, Venezuela, and China. Give a listen.

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On today’s podcast we take up the Gazan assault on Israel with 600 rockets, the ceasefire that followed, and the despicable media moral equivalency drawn between the attackers and the attacked. And then we talk about whether Democratic craziness is inspiring Republican enthusiasm. Give a listen.

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The Commentary podcast debates the Democrat-peddled notion that William Barr committed criminal offenses by misleading Congress and mischaracterizing the tone, if not the substance, of the Mueller report. Also, the apparently failed effort to out the Maduro regime in Venezuela.

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