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There may be one or two Americans left in the country who don’t know that we are currently living in an anti-Establishment, anti-professional, anti-politician era. Nationally we have voted someone into the Presidency whose primary[…]
Listen to this episode. Visit our website. Josh and Michial discuss the thirteenth Disney feature, 1951’s Alice in Wonderland.
Download or Stream this Episode In today’s episode, Coyle is back with Jordan Poss to continue on with Ancient Asides as they reset and look back at the incorportation of Judea into the Roman Empire.[…]
Os Guinness argues—rightly, I think—that America today is really two nations with incompatible views of fundamental ideas. And while until now these two views have lived in a sort-of uneasy (or even a friendly) peace,[…]
In this episode, Christina and Carla interview Christian Feminist therapist Dr. Helen LaKelly Hunt. We don’t have a detailed outline because this episode is a bit different than our usual format, but be sure to[…]
Download or Stream this Episode In this Episode, Coyle chats with Danny Anderson about the Sci-Fi classic Dune.
The other night, the woman and I watched Treasure Island (1950). In a naked attempt to leech off of the work being by the folks at Before They Were Live, here are a few thoughts. Treasure Island was[…]
There are a number of things that could be said about the nuts and bolts of Steven Levitsky’s and Daniel Ziblatt’s book How Democracies Die (Crown: 2018). For example, one could push back at their claim that[…]
Stream or download this episode. Visit our website. Josh and Michial talk about Disney’s twelfth animated feature, 1950’s Cinderella.
Download or Stream this Episode In today’s episode, Ed and Coyle talk about a variety of issues surrounding the idea of masculinity–the stereotypes associated with it, what is really is, and whether there are some[…]