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The Political Orphanage

Jan 22, 2021

Comedian Gianmarco Soresi joins the show to dive into the week's best, underserved headlines, including: Mexican love tunnels, aggressive squirrels, bed bugs, aggressive Facebook invites, and Viagra mixups.
Gianmarco's new comedy album is "Shelf Life", available here:

Jan 21, 2021

In 1989 East Germans punctured through the Berlin Wall, reuniting the country after decades of bitter separation. In this episode we follow the creation and and destruction of the Berlin Wall--and look for its meaning in our own era.


Jan 15, 2021

Alice Vaughn and Yvette d’Entremont return to explore the week's best, underserved headlines, including stuff about cannons, 90s video games, and pregnancy tests.

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Jan 13, 2021

Yuval Levin thinks our sclerotic government and alienated culture trace back to anemic, declining institutions. As Congress, the press, and think tanks all lose esprit de corps, and turn into platforms for individual self promotion, gridlock and disgust ensue. He’s the author of “A Time to Build: From Family...

Jan 8, 2021

Jeremey Kareken and Andrew Young join the program to make sense of the week's greatest, underserved headlines. From a Scotsman who tries to cross the Irish Sea on a jet ski, to Adolf Hitler's alias, to an Austrian town sick of their inappropriate name.
"Del Rio Bravo" by Kevin MacLeod,...