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Peter Navarro, director of the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy for the Trump administration, published a scathing hit piece against top epidemiologist Anthony Fauci in USA Today this morning. “Dr. Anthony Fauci has a good bedside manner with the public, but he has been wrong about everything I have interacted with him on,” Navarro writes. …
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Kim Burdick. After the American victory at Saratoga, French military support materialized at just the right moment. Their journey to America was harrowing, and revealed a side of the war most have never seen. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.Di Dispatches
 
Last week, President Trump experienced one of the most challenging interviews of his presidency when he sat down with Jonathan Swan from Axios. Swan asked some tough follow-up questions, and Trump’s responses demonstrated that he is not used to this level of pushback. What’s more, the interview highlighted the fact that the White House’s media stra…
 
This week our guest is Library of Congress Curator Christopher Warren. From the earliest rumblings of revolt, the written word has been central to the cause. As the war evolved, so did it’s writings. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.Di Dispatches
 
As our colleague Jonah Goldberg always says, the parties have never been weaker than they are right now. Democratic political strategist Joe Trippi joins Sarah and Steve today on The Dispatch Podcast to discuss how parties no longer have the power to push out irrelevant, personality driven candidates from the establishment. According to Trippi, thi…
 
This morning, Trump told Jonathan Swan from Axios that he has never confronted Vladimir Putin about Russian bounties that were paid to the Taliban to kill American troops, partly because the president doesn’t believe it happened in the first place. But we know from several credible intelligence reports that the president was briefed on the Russian …
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Jeff Dacus. In 1781 Fort Watson loomed large on the South Carolina frontier. After a spark of innovation, Continental forces relied on an ancient strategy to win the day: the siege tower. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.Di Dispatches
 
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan had some blunt criticism for the incumbent president of his own political party on the latest Dispatch Podcast, and all but ruled out supporting Donald Trump in November. “This week the president said he was going to cut funding for testing,” said Hogan, in conversation with Sarah Isgur and Steve Hayes. “That was one of th…
 
During Tuesday’s press briefing, a reporter asked the president about Ghislaine Maxwell, a British socialite and confidante of Jeffrey Epstein who is facing charges for grooming and sexually abusing minors. When pressed on whether Maxwell will turn in other powerful people, the president said, “I just wish her well, frankly.” This took many by surp…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Greg Aaron. Liberty Belle, The Flag, John Liberty. In the post WWII landscape, comic book superheroes dominated American popular culture and the American Revolution was a common backdrop. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.Di Dispatches
 
What is happening on the ground in Afghanistan and why are we still there? The Trump administration has closed five bases, reduced the number of American troops to 9,ooo, and signed a peace deal with the Taliban. But as Thomas Joscelyn points out in today’s podcast, the peace deal is really nothing more than a “pretext for justifying withdrawal.” W…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Jett Conner. Thomas Paine and Thomas Jefferson were ideological pillars of their party. Their conservative view of presidential authority soon crumbled when Jefferson approved the Louisiana Purchase. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.Di Dispatches
 
The day after his son was born on October 2, 2009, Jake Tapper watched a news report about a team of 53 American troops who were relentlessly attacked by 400 Taliban insurgents at the Combat Outpost Keating in Afghanistan. “In the haze of it all, there was a moment where I was sitting there holding my son and watching this news report about eight o…
 
An open letter published by Harper’s, signed by 153 prominent names, warning against illiberal behavior received swift pushback online. Sarah, Steve, Jonah, and David discuss which socio-political issues of our time are within the scope of reasonable disagreement while also addressing why illiberalism has become such a global phenomenon. Should sch…
 
This week our guest is author and JAR contributor Christian M. McBurney. During the American Revolution, entire communities were considered to be up for grabs in the great ideological struggle for domination. When Charles Lee reaches Newport, RI, his greatest weapon was a forcible oath of allegiance. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Geoff Smock. Thomas Jefferson set himself apart from his fellow founders by being one of the most thoughtful commentators of his time. Discussing all aspects of American life, Jefferson regularly shared his opinion on a wide array of topics including rebellion, revolution, and infectious disease. For more info…
 
The Dispatch's own Andrew Egger and Declan Garvey join Steve for a discussion on the blow-up at The New York Times over its Tom Cotton op-ed, woke culture, Trump superfans, and the empathy gap. Show Notes: -The Wokening vs. the Trumpening -Barack Obama on woke culture -Andrew's piece on Trump superfans -Declan's piece on the empathy gap…
 
This week our guest is author and JAR contributor Andrew Waters. As the Revolution moved south, the state of South Carolina found itself torn asunder in a brutal civil war. Hoping to calm the storm, Nathanael Greene paired with the insurgent leader Thomas Sumter to remove the Redcoats from the Palmetto State. Their personalities clashed, and their …
 
This week our guest is White House historian Lindsay M. Chervinsky. During George Washington’s first term, there was no blue print and little in the way of Constitutional precedent. Despite these problems, our first president managed to establish one of the most sacred of all presidential institutions: the cabinet. For more information visit www.al…
 
McKay Coppins, staff writer at The Atlantic, joins Sarah and Steve to discuss his piece on disinformation in the 2020 campaign, Trump, Twitter, and the social media wars, and his advice for young reporters. Show Notes: -McKay's piece The Billion-Dollar Disinformation Campaign to Reelect the President -McKay's book The Wilderness -McKay's piece on T…
 
This week our guest is JAR Contributor Matthew Reardon. Although the Treaty of Paris was being signed in 1782, the war continued in the American Colonies. Since 1776, warring partisans raided one another on small ships along the New England coastline. These small engagements have become known as "The Whaleboat Wars." For more information visit www.…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor George Kotlik. In 1783, as the American Revolution wound to a close, a last ditch effort was launched by British officials to "capture" the Bahamas. Although often overlooked, this event reveals how uncertain the age could be for all parties involved. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Stephen Katzberg. Like most battlefields the battle of Eutaw Springs has been reconstructed using firsthand accounts and after-action reports. In most cases small details conflict, and historians strive to portray the event as accurately as possible. Now, using Geographic Information technology, stunning new d…
 
Sarah and Steve are joined by Thomas Joscelyn, who writes the Vital Interests newsletter for The Dispatch, to discuss the diplomatic battle between the U.S. and China, Afghanistan exit deal, and how a Biden administration might change our foreign policy. Show Notes: -Tom's newsletter Vital Interests -Explaining the Intense Diplomatic Battle Between…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Eric Sterner. As diplomats were ironing out the details of the Treaty of Paris, war raged in the American west. One of the final battles took place in modern Wheeling, WV at Fort Henry. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.http://www.allthingsliberty.com…
 
This week our guest is Major Patrick Naughton. Following the battles of Lexington and Concord, a war of a different kind was waged for the control of the public narrative between Great Britain and their rebellious colonies. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.Di Dispatches
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Andrew A. Zellers-Frederick. In 1779, Major General John Sullivan launches a campaign deep into the Iroquois heartland. Before his men marched they first occupied the small community of Easton, PA. This event offers new perspectives on the daily workings of the continental army. For more information visit www.…
 
This week our guest is JAR contributor Justin McHenry. Throughout their storied careers, John Morgan and William Shippen were competitors. When it came to building the Continental Medical Department, things were no different. For more information visit www.allthingsliberty.com.Di Dispatches
 
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