A new podcast from The American Conservative, featuring guests and commentary from around the political right, hosted by Arthur Bloom, Helen Andrews, and Ryan Girdusky.
To Build a Better Party
In this episode, Arthur and Ryan are joined by Pedro Gonzalez, associate editor of American Greatness, for a conversation about lessons from the 2020 election, what to expect in the next Congress, and how to realign the party.
The Lawyers Leading the GOP Forward
In this week's episode, Adam Piper, Executive Director of the Republican Attorneys General Association, sits down with Arthur and Ryan to talk about how state attorneys general are leading the party in new directions. We discuss their antitrust lawsuit against Google, their legal challenges regarding the election in Pennsylvania, and what's likely to happen in a Biden/Harris admin. In the intro, we talk about Sen. Rubio and the likely future for immigration policy over the next four years.
A Good Night for National Populism
On Wednesday afternoon, running on little to no sleep, Ryan and Arthur unpack the results from Election Day, and where things might be heading. Whoever is president in two months, the result shows Trumpism isn't going away.
What to Watch for on Tuesday, plus the 1619 Project's Most Formidable Foe
In our last episode before Election Day, Arthur and Ryan talk about the suppression of the Hunter Biden story, and what to watch for in early voter data, especially in Florida, that might hold the key to how the election will turn out. And in the interview segment, we speak to Phil Magness, historian and Senior Research Fellow at the American Institute for Economic Research, about his criticisms of Nikole Hannah-Jones and the 1619 project.
Everything That Could Go Wrong Next Week, with FEC Chairman Trey Trainor
We're nine days from the presidential election, and there are a lot of things that could go wrong. FEC Chairman Trey Trainor joins the podcast to discuss big tech censorship, election security, and the quorum-less FEC on this week's episode of TAC Right Now. In the intro and exit, Arthur and Ryan talk Hunter Biden and the final debate.
What Does a Pro-Family Policy Look Like?
In conjunction with the American Principles Project and Bruderhof, TAC held an online conference this week about the need for robust family policies, especially coming from the political right. We had several distinguished guests including, for this panel, Jon Schweppe (APP), Sam Hammond (Niskanen Center), Oren Cass (American Compass) and Catherine Pakaluk (CUA). Moderated by Arthur Bloom.