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A New Conservative Agenda

Is it time for conservatives to stand up against the bigot baiting and go on offense? Why did the world think the worst of a young white student attending the March for Life wearing a MAGA hat? What should be the new conservative approach in Trump and post Trump era? Editor at First Things, Rusty Reno joins Dan and Amy to discuss.

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Remembering Bill Buckley

Today marks the 10th anniversary of the death of the founder of National Review, Bill Buckley. Buckley was one of the last of true public intellectuals and many of the lessons he taught are still of great value in today’s political times. National Review Editor-At-Large, John O'Sullivan joins Dan and Amy to discuss the memory of Bill Buckley.

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Trump Marching For Life

If Trump’s comments on the press were Stalin like, how do you explain the fact that Trump thrives on the all the media attention? Is it fair to be skeptical about Trump’s changed views on abortion? How do we separate Trump from his character and the conservative policies he is pushing forward?  Roving Correspondent for National Review, Kevin Williamson joins Dan and Amy to talk Trump and the pro-life movement.

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Charles Cooke: Standing For Conservatism In The Age Of Trump

Before his election, many conservatives had reservations about Donald Trump's commitment to limited government, and some still do. Charles Cooke, editor of National Review Online, has been one of the leading voices for skepticism of Trump's small government credentials, while still giving credit to Trump for his early accomplishments. On this edition of Against the Current, Dan Proft talks to Cooke about conservatism in the age of Trump, intellectual diversity at National Review and how the right should be defending its values. In this wide-ranging discussion, Proft and Cooke cover everything from defending free markets to free speech, the second amendment, social values and much more.

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