In Washington, politicians are full of half-truths and hot air. They do little more than grandstanding by spouting off talking points and spin. The Conservative Review with Daniel Horowitz is here to help you cut through the rhetoric and noise and explore the politically right way to think about the issues .
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Factually based political conclusions. He is the best since Rush L. I discovered him via the too too biblical show Steve Deace.
What an epic podcast today, keep up the great work!
Daniel is a voice for a very strong and authentic conservatism devoted to outcomes.
Daniel just does the research, boils stuff down and lays the facts out as they are —not as we want to hear them, and not as a rah-rah cheerleader for the RNC. He has a command and knowledge of the conservative playing field, like Rush did, only without taking annoying phone calls. One hour in and out and you’ve got the info you need. It’s time well-spent. Thanks!
My number one podcast.
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Conservative Review launched 8 years ago and published 1441 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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