For some black intellectuals today, the word ‘racism’ has become a verbal and intellectual crutch — a substitute for investigating cause and effect, the basic principle of scientific inquiry.
It’s a wonderful introduction to the slop these three and their minions have been spewing on the internet for three years now in the podcast ‘Chapo Trap House.’
Presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders promised, if he’s elected president, to reveal the government’s secrets about UFOs during an interview on Joe Rogan’s podcast, The Joe Rogan Experience.
The hosts of the new crime podcast, “22 Hours: An American Nightmare” join the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss crime reporting, true crime, and storytelling.
With limited time, it’s hard to know what’s worth listening to and what’s worth avoiding. This list should demystify some of that and give you some fresh ideas.
This podcast should be fantastic. The premise of a charismatic comedian experiencing many of these treasured movies for the first time held promise.
Avik Roy, President of FREOPP, joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss health policy, think tanks, 2018 midterms, the child tax credit and more.
‘Homecoming’ proves that the right combination of story, talent, and discipline can become something truly entertaining.
Two years after the final installment of the whirlwind second season of ‘Serial’ featuring Bowe Bergdahl, Sarah Koenig is back with not one new story, but many.
Washington Post religion reporter Julie Zauzmer explains the latest allegations against Catholics priests and how Church leadership has failed to respond.
Whatever you’re doing, if you have a smartphone you have numerous delicious pod options on which to indulge. Here are some places to start.
Author Mona Charen joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss her new book on how feminism fails women at home, the workplace, and relationships.
This podcast is insightful, entertaining, and will almost certainly make you laugh. Knox McCoy and Jamie Golden examine biblical history in a delightful way.
The first season of ‘Stream of Conscience,’ a podcast that tells the stories of the people behind court battles for religious freedom, just dropped on iTunes.
Bill McMorris joins Federalist Radio to update our audience on the bros of the year. Who moved up or down on our list of top bros and why?
‘Adventures in Odyssey,’ a faith-based audio drama with now 850 episodes, has influenced millions in America’s heartland—including Mike Pence and his family.
Malcolm Gladwell serves up a self-serving, near-socialist diatribe with a picture of a lush, manicured private Los Angeles golf course enclosed by a chain-link fence.
One of the grittiest football guys of all time recently sat down with the two grittiest bloggers ever in what became one of the best interviews in all of sports.
Surely the life and death of show’s anti-hero, John B. McLemore, is not something 1.5 million people should know about in vivid detail.
Richard Simmons never turns up because he doesn’t want to be found.
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