At this May 2014 Claremont Review of Books Forum, Fred Siegel discusses his new book "The Revolt Against the Masses" with commentary by CRB Senior Editor William Voegeli.
American Mind Editorial Podcast: The Roundtable #1
Impeachment is still happening (apparently), Jeffrey Epstein still didn’t kill himself, and we conducted a very scientific poll about how to fix America. Plus: what’s up with the Lamb of Ghent?
The American Mind’s ‘Editorial Roundtable’ podcast is a weekly conversation with Matt Peterson, James Poulos, David Bahr, and Spencer Klavan devoted to uncovering the ideas and principles that drive American political life. Stream here or download from your favorite podcast host.
Segment 1: The Present
Democrats want you to think the impeachment of President Trump is extraordinary. Is it? Our editors discuss.
Segment 2: The Past
Jeffrey Epstein’s mysterious death opened a rabbit hole into a conundrum about American disillusionment and corruption. What does it all mean? We peer into the void.
Segment 3: The Future
What happens to the conservative movement now? We talk social ills and possible solutions.
Segment 4: Meme-ery
The eyes, man. What’s up with the newly restored Lamb of God from the Ghent Altarpiece?
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Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) received the Claremont Institute's 2014 Statesmanship Award at our Annual Dinner in Honor of Sir Winston Churchill on March 15, 2014. In his award acceptance speech, Senator Cruz discusses the past and future of Conservatism and the Republican Party.
Claremont Institute Senior Fellow and Claremont Review of Books Editor Charles Kesler joins The Seth Leibsohn Show to discuss the Trump phenomenon and the future of conservatism.
A Republican presidential field that was hailed as the most talented in a generation has been flummoxed, humbled, and finally beaten by Donald Trump. Whatever decision individual conservatives make come November, the time has come for the Right to reckon with what has happened.
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