Podcast
1 hour 17 minutes

Trump is on a TV tear, intellectuals are trolling America, and pop culture memories aren’t what they used to be. The gang hashes out what’s worth tuning in for… and what’s best dropping out of.

The Show Might Go On | The Roundtable Ep. 11

Trump is on a TV tear, intellectuals are trolling America, and pop culture memories aren’t what they used to be. The gang hashes out what’s worth tuning in for… and what’s best dropping out of.

Giving Up on America | Segment 1

The Atlantic runs an essay promoting executive integralism over judicial originalism. How much national power can America take before it stops being America? Why is everything people don’t like “fascism?” And how much of the ostensible “debate” is just vain posturing and ideological kayfabe?

Trump’s Terrible Good Ratings | Segment 2

Now the media elite doesn’t want us to watch TV. Trump’s pressers draw insane ratings and the Media is having a full meltdown over it. Biden has been all but forgotten-or maybe just forgotten. His team has promised a forthcoming podcast. Trump’s speaks to Americans every day and they continue to see his charisma and rhetoric is completely unlike that of the elites.

What were the 90’s? | Segment 3

90’s nostalgia is creeping in, but was that the decade when it all started going wrong? Is there anything left to learn from the supposedly good decade? Is there anything to be remembered?

Podcast
46:06

Dr. Bradley C.S. Watson joins the Ill Literacy Podcast 7.30.20

Dr. Bradley C.S. Watson joins the Heartland Institute’s Tim Benson to discuss his book, 'Progressivism: The Strange History of a Radical Idea.'

Podcast
51:43

Ken Masugi joins the Radio Free Hillsdale Hour 7.30.20

Ken Masugi, Senior Fellow at the Claremont Institute, speaks about his recent essay, “Have COVID-19 and the Riots Exposed How We Destroyed the Declaration?" Masugi joins the show around the 16:00 minute mark.

Podcast
45:15

Arthur Milikh joins the Power Line Show 8.1.20

Arthur Milikh encourages a wholesale rejection of our overtly politicized universities.