Happy Monday, and Happy Memorial Day. We hope it’s a restful and peaceful one, and that you’ll take time today to remember our fellow Americans who lost their lives in service of our beloved country. Your Morning Dispatchers are off today, but we have two offerings on the site this morning to mark the occasion: James Garfield’s 1868 speech at Arlington National Cemetery and Chris’s Stirewalt’s Monday column, “A Tribute to the Dead, A Reminder to the Living.”
And speaking of Chris, we’re excited to introduce the newest Dispatch production: The Hangover with Chris Stirewalt. Chris joined us from Fox News this spring as a contributing editor. He writes a weekly column on Mondays and contributes to The Sweep newsletter on Tuesdays too.
When it became obvious there wasn’t going to be a traditional post-election autopsy of the GOP’s performance, Chris pitched the idea of doing one as a limited-run podcast. We said “Heck yes, go for it.”
Without further ado, here are the first three chapters of The Hangover with Chris Stirewalt—click on an image below to be taken to that episode’s page, then click the play arrow to listen:
We’ll release the remaining five chapters of The Hangover each Thursday through June and July.
You can enter HangoverPodcast.com into your internet browser to bypass the Dispatch homepage and get right to the show. For those of you who are new to podcasts, scroll down for a quick explainer on how you can listen to this and all Dispatch podcasts week after week.
For current Remnant podcast subscribers, we’re dropping The Hangover episodes into that show’s feed on Thursdays too. The Hangover will also be available on all major podcast platforms. If you can’t find it on your platform of choice, you can try copying and pasting this RSS feed directly into your app to add the feed manually:
The Dispatch produces three recurring podcasts: The Dispatch Podcast, Advisory Opinions and The Remnant. And now with the release of The Hangover with Chris Stirewalt, we have our first limited-run series.
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