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Erick Erickson, host of the Erick Erickson Show, joins Steve for a conversation about what we learned from the primary election results in Georgia, and what it all means for November and beyond. Steve is then joined by Khaya Himmelman to discuss her ... more
Following a man’s racist attack at a supermarket in Buffalo, in which he killed 10 people and wounded three more, our hosts are here to discuss what it means for our politics and culture. Sarah, Jonah, and Declan then discuss the baby formula shortag... more
Joining this week’s Dispatch Podcast with Sarah is former Secretary of Defense Mark Esper. Esper was also secretary of the Army during the Trump administration, and in his new book, A Sacred Oath: Memoirs of a Secretary of Defense During Extraordinar... more
I was looking for a Podcast that would give me access to different opinions than I typically read or listen to. I begin with the Ben Shapiro show - big mistake! His attitude and tone were mocking and disheartening. I came to this podcast instead, and although I’ve only listen to one episode it is so much easier to consider the opinions because they aren’t so inflammatory. These are the kind of shows that will help us open our mind to differing viewpoints rather than continue to fight with the ot... more
The audio is muffled at times, and I can’t always hear what is being said. Otherwise, I appreciate the content! It’s great to have a thoughtful conservative perspective in my mix of news/political podcasts (I tend to be liberal but don’t want to wrap myself in a political bubble). I like that the show often focuses on issues that liberal podcasters are less likely to pay attention to, is critical of politicians on both the right and left, and is still generally respectful to people with other vi... more
Episode 209 had frustrating audio for Steve. He went from normal volume to almost a whisper that I could not hear. I kept turning up the volume to hear Steve whisper only to be blasted when he returned to normal volume or other spoke. Steve please fix this, the unforced error takes away from a normally wonderful podcast
Tuning in every week!
This is one of the best episodes of any political podcast I have ever listened to - this is the type of discourse we need in our country!
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