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  • Host Sarah Isgur is joined by Steve Hayes, Jonah Goldberg, and David French for a weekly thoughtful discussion on politics, policy, and culture.
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Smart ideas from the right

This is the best of right politics without all the crazy, paranoid and unkindness that has become the norm with others. If you feel like social and fiscal conservatism is the best for our country but cant stand the crazy. Listen up.

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The Dispatch has become my "go to" podcast to get an honest and straight forward glimpse into current events. The hosts are informed, engaging, and often quite humorous. If you are tired of the spin coming from the right and the left, check out The Dispatch.

If you enjoy The Eric Metaxas Show you will either hate this podcast or it may inspire you to remove your head from your posterior, stop eating lead paint chips, and throw away your stupid red hat. That seemed harsh, didn't it?

If the paragraph above made you smile, you really need to get out more. But hey, while you are driving somewhere really cool to social distance, listen to The Dispatch. You'll be glad you did, even if you find your eyes rolling back in your skull as Sara goes on ad nauseum over arcane legal minutiae.

Before you know it you'll be exclaiming "Laches" to your children when they come to you with a grievance and all your friends and family will begin to hold your opinions in high esteem. This podcast may very well change your life.