Sep 23, 2021 • 1HR 32M

Happy Anniversary

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To distinguish The Remnant’s 400th episode, Jonah thought it would be refreshing to bring on a guest renowned among fans for his cheerfulness: Kevin Williamson, National Review’s roving correspondent. Together, they take an extra long, extra nerdy voyage through the morass that is modern American politics to determine whether the end times will really be as awesome as Kevin predicted several years ago. Why are young men so dispossessed? Is there any harm in grifting to earn a living? And will January 6 be remembered for presaging the death of American democracy? It’s a conversation that covers everything from cattle trading to Satan’s balls, and we’re grateful to you all for listening. 

Show Notes:

- Kevin’s previous Remnant appearance

- Kevin on the never-ending coup

- John Eastman’s plan to overturn the election

- Jonah: “This Was Always the Plan”

- Jim Glassman on Hillary’s cows

- Make bureaucracy great again

- Sidney Powell’s latest insanity

- Kevin’s time among the flat-earthers

- The decline in male college enrollment

- Twilight of Democracy, by Anne Applebaum

- The Smallest Minority, Kevin’s defense of the individual

- Charles C.W. Cooke: “Roe is the Problem”

- Kevin on Texas’ “heartbeat bill”

- Mad Dogs and Englishmen on the Met gala

- Kevin’s spat with Dan Bongino

- Kevin’s latest book, still in the running for “Greatest Subtitle Ever,” Big White Ghetto: Dead Broke, Stone-Cold Stupid, and High on Rage in the Dank Woolly Wilds of the “Real America”