Mar 30, 2021 • 1HR 22M

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On this episode, it’s déjà vu all over again as Chris Stirewalt returns - this time in the guest seat. What do Georgia’s new voter laws, Arlen Specter, mandatory voting, The World According to Garp’s infamous “tongue scene,” Henry VIII, and Robin Williams’ illustrious career in drag have to do with one another? Well, the guys talk about all of it and more in this edition, and hopefully it puts you in a mood to believe that the living will not, in fact, envy the dead - “at least at the margins.”

Show Notes:

-Chris’ page at The Dispatch

-Chiller Theater

-New voting laws in Georgia

-Chris’ recent Remnant with Daron Shaw

-Jonah: “Voter Apathy Isn’t a Crime”

-Obama: the filibuster is a “Jim Crow relic”

-Jonah’s love of Arlen Specter

-Was the 1960 election stolen?

-Jonah “The Center is a Lonely Place to Be”

-Jonah: “We Have Two Moon Parties, No Sun Party”

-Patriotic Grace, by Peggy Noonan 

-Boehner and Obama’s bad bromance

-Jonah: Congress is a “parliament of pundits”

-Revolutions Podcast - The English Civil War

-Divided We Fall, by David French

-James Kirchichick: “Why White-Nationalist Thugs Thrill to Trump”