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In an effort to accomplish one of the main goals of this publication since its founding in 2013, and in attempt to highlight the relevance, brilliance, and rich tradition of conservative intellectualism, THE ARCH CONSERVATIVE has begun releasing weekly podcasts.

These podcasts will use the worldview of conservatism as a lens to assess, analyze, and explain a variety of issues that face the United States and the world today. Rather than simply dismissing our opponents' arguments, however, and insulating the podcasts from them, we will seek to take them head on. Some podcasts may even feature liberal guests in hopes that a civil back-and-forth will illuminate the stark distinctions between liberalism and conservatism. In this juxtaposition of philosophies, we hope to convince the listener of not only liberalism’s failures, but also of conservatism’s triumphs.

Though THE ARCH CONSERVATIVE seeks to improve and widen the broadcasting of the intellectual conservative’s message to a society that subscribes almost uniformly to the principles of the Left, we will not seek to convince the listener through indoctrination, demonization, or demagoguery. Rather, we will welcome the challenging arguments and—through fruitful, comprehensive Socratic discussions—hopefully demonstrate conservatism’s superior capacity to explain history, as well as current events.

Conservatism is based on thousands of years of human experience, thought, and theory. We hope to do its logical and historical validity justice so that even the most skeptical of audiences will not be able to resist the elegance of its reasoning.

We will thoroughly investigate each week’s topic and present legitimate information, with our sources noted and sometimes shared in the podcast’s accompanying post.

We will draw on the theories of intellectual giants such as the great Milton Friedman, F.A. Hayek, Ludwig Von Mises, Thomas Sowell, Russell Kirk, William F. Buckley Jr., and the like.

Finally, we will prepare and present the content to you, the reader, in a way that elucidates the power and brilliance of conservatism, while also making sure that the discussion is entertaining, relevant, and comprehensible. We seek to arm you with arguments so that you too will be able to confidently and adequately explain the perspicacious nature of the conservative philosophy in any future political discussion.

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In an effort to accomplish one of the main goals of this publication since its founding in 2013, and in attempt to highlight the relevance, brilliance, and rich tradition of conservative intellectualism, THE ARCH CONSERVATIVE has begun releasing weekly podcasts.

These podcasts will use the worldview of conservatism as a lens to assess, analyze, and explain a variety of issues that face the United States and the world today. Rather than simply dismissing our opponents' arguments, however, and insulating the podcasts from them, we will seek to take them head on. Some podcasts may even feature liberal guests in hopes that a civil back-and-forth will illuminate the stark distinctions between liberalism and conservatism. In this juxtaposition of philosophies, we hope to convince the listener of not only liberalism’s failures, but also of conservatism’s triumphs.

Though THE ARCH CONSERVATIVE seeks to improve and widen the broadcasting of the intellectual conservative’s message to a society that subscribes almost uniformly to the principles of the Left, we will not seek to convince the listener through indoctrination, demonization, or demagoguery. Rather, we will welcome the challenging arguments and—through fruitful, comprehensive Socratic discussions—hopefully demonstrate conservatism’s superior capacity to explain history, as well as current events.

Conservatism is based on thousands of years of human experience, thought, and theory. We hope to do its logical and historical validity justice so that even the most skeptical of audiences will not be able to resist the elegance of its reasoning.

We will thoroughly investigate each week’s topic and present legitimate information, with our sources noted and sometimes shared in the podcast’s accompanying post.

We will draw on the theories of intellectual giants such as the great Milton Friedman, F.A. Hayek, Ludwig Von Mises, Thomas Sowell, Russell Kirk, William F. Buckley Jr., and the like.

Finally, we will prepare and present the content to you, the reader, in a way that elucidates the power and brilliance of conservatism, while also making sure that the discussion is entertaining, relevant, and comprehensible. We seek to arm you with arguments so that you too will be able to confidently and adequately explain the perspicacious nature of the conservative philosophy in any future political discussion.

    Radio Free Athens - Fall is Here!

    Radio Free Athens - Fall is Here!

    J.Thomas is back, baby. Radio Free Athens returns to the airwaves for fall printin' season. Topics include the new ArchCon print magazine, Governor Stacey Abrams, the political use of children, and why Tennessee fans do not deserve human rights.

    • 26 min
    Radio Free Athens - Protests And Due Process

    Radio Free Athens - Protests And Due Process

    Reed and J.Thomas catch up on recent events at UGA, including the campus protest of the "Heartbeat Bill."

    • 33 min
    Radio Free Athens - Feminism, Abortion, And Other Diseases

    Radio Free Athens - Feminism, Abortion, And Other Diseases

    ArchCon alumna Sarah Montgomery is our guest as we discuss the battle over abortion and the societal effects wrought by 20th century feminism. Featured: Reed Ferguson, J.Thomas Perdue.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Radio Free Athens - Where Have All the Happy Warriors Gone?

    Radio Free Athens - Where Have All the Happy Warriors Gone?

    From "Morning in America" to "mercenaries." Editors Boris Abreu, Reed Ferguson, and J.Thomas Perdue discuss prevailing pessimism among the Right. Other topics include the Carlson rant, the wall, Burger Time: POTUS Edition, Gillette-splaining, Nazis vs nihilists, and more!

    • 47 min
    Radio Free Athens - Students For Life

    Radio Free Athens - Students For Life

    Students for Life president Sarah Scherer joins the podcast to talk about UGA's premier pro-choice activist group, and to discuss perceptions on abortion.

    • 36 min
    Radio Free Athens - The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party

    Radio Free Athens - The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party

    Fresh off an exciting week in Jacksonville, Blake Vincent returns to discuss the pageantry and cultural significance of the Georgia-Florida game with host J.Thomas Perdue

    • 25 min

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