Podcast
1 hour 20 minutes

This week: your definitive guide to online jargon, the consequences of woke sex doctrines, and real-time responses to Trump’s coronavirus address.

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.

Boomers, Zoomers, and Coronavirus | The Roundtable Episode #8
This week: your definitive guide to online jargon, the consequences of woke sex doctrines, and real-time responses to Trump’s coronavirus address.

A Red Pill a Day | The Roundtable Episode 8, Segment 1, Beginning at 3:14
Summary: How do you do, fellow kids? Take a red pill, boomer, and ditch those NPCs you’ve been simping over. Our editors define some of the edgiest internet argot and contemplate its cultural significance.

Big Pimpin’ | The Roundtable Episode 8, Segment 2, Beginning at 34:12
All manner of goat screams ensue as the editors dissect far-left sex advice columns which encourage open marriage, incest, and thruples. Is it an op? It’s surely not healthy.

POTUS vs. Virus | The Roundtable Episode 8, Segment 3, Beginning at 1:03:12
Responding directly to Trump’s live address on the Wuhan Flu, our editors contemplate coronavirus, the gravity of our mortality, and the “Lenten reshuffling” which it all portends.

Podcast
1 hour 3 minutes

The American Mind Roundtable: The Roundtable Ep. #18

The coronavirus has America paralyzed by poor decision-making. In the midst of the chaos it claims a new victim: higher education. But who's suffering more, students ready to learn or administrators hungry to indoctrinate? Plus: in a grab bag of bashing, our editors lament Michigan's petty tyranny and lambaste California’s ham-fisted lockdown.

Podcast
1 hour 6 minutes

The American Mind Roundtable: The Roundtable Ep. #17

As stay-at-home orders are senselessly extended in parts of the country, our editors contemplate the indignities of life under mediocre government officials drunk on emergency powers. Many of those officials currently find themselves mired in scandals extending back to the Obama administration. Plus: will Big Tech be our savior or our demise moving forward?