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  • The Gerrymander Myth | Dan McLaughlin

    The Gerrymander Myth

    • UNABRIDGED (13 mins)
    • By Dan McLaughlin
    • Narrated By Mark Ashby
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    Democrats are wrong about why Republicans control the House.

  • Foreign Entanglements | Dan McLaughlin

    Foreign Entanglements

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    • By Dan McLaughlin
    • Narrated By Mark Ashby
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    The Trump Organization’s unnecessary emoluments-clause problem.

  • Bobby Jindal's Legacy | Dan McLaughlin

    Bobby Jindal's Legacy

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    • By Dan McLaughlin
    • Narrated By Mark Ashby
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    Bobby Jindal stepped down as Louisiana’s governor in January, and local and national coverage of his eight-year tenure would make you think that he had wrecked the state, leaving its finances in shambles and its public services reduced to Somalia-like levels. At first glance, Jindal’s low approval ratings and the desperate wails of his Democratic successor over the condition of the state’s budget seem to support this view. Closer examination, however, reveals a very different picture.

  • Foreign-Policy Failure | Dan McLaughlin

    Foreign-Policy Failure

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    • By Dan McLaughlin
    • Narrated By Mark Ashby
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    Many veteran Republican foreign-policy hands have expressed alarm at the prospect of a President Donald Trump. Some, including leading “realists” such as Brent Scowcroft and “neoconservatives” such as Robert Kagan and Max Boot, have gone so far as to say they’d vote for Hillary Clinton. Others, including Mitt Romney, have more subtly suggested that she’d be the lesser of two evils. They should look closer at her record.

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