Last week, I thought about the many times we’d spoken in 2020, at the height of lockdowns and Covid insanity, anticipating a “no more” moment. It never…
The expansion of government power used to deal with the very real threat of al Qaeda and other terror groups were, eventually, turned on other American…
In a civil war, the goal of the victor is establishing his peace, which must come with a reasonable—and humble—narrative for those who have been defeat…
I talked to Jon Gabriel about the collapse of the expert class, the lessons of Ornette Coleman, and many other things.
Portas reveals that the great Brazilian singer and composer has been working in her own unique and personal sound world for the last 20 years.
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This weekend, go to the supermarket and grab some eggs and herbs. Join Anton as he makes a fluffy, exquisite, cigar-shaped omelette.
Kyle Shideler: The Afghanistan Band-Aid Comes OffListen now | Episode 8: Kyle Shideler I believe that this moment—this withdrawal from Afghanistan—is and will be a seminal event in America’s story, un…
Autonomy is separateness, but it is also self-sufficiency. Physical separation won't eliminate the need for institutions required to sustain Red Americ…
Join one of America's sharpest and most penetrating voices on politics in his kitchen—cooking, listening to music, and talking about what he loves.
I thought this afternoon about “Valsa de uma cidade”—a beautiful Brazilian waltz about Rio from 1954 that sounds like it could be a midcentury entry in…
Max Abrahms: Partisanship as CounterterrorismDavid talks to Max about the new domestic War on Terror, the failures of the Iraq War and the American media, and the ghouls at the ADL.