Preview Mode Links will not work in preview mode

All free!! All educational. All entertaining. All professionally recorded. No empty rhetoric here. Just entertaining learning. Choose from many different topics from the best talent around the world. Earn your American Conservative Masters Degree just by listening. No writing, no assignments. Just listen at the feet of some of the worlds greatest Conservative thinkers. Visit us at

Jan 5, 2011


Show 661 Excerpts from Between the Covers on National Review Online podcast. 63 minutes

  1. P.J. ORourke on Don’t vote it just Encourages the Bastards. 10 minutes
  2. Thomas Sowell on Dismantaling America. 9 minutes
  3. Stanley Kurtz on Radical-in-Chief. 11 minutes
  4. James S. Robbins on This Time We Win. 11 minutes
  5. Paul Kengor on Dupes. 15 minutes
  6. Linda Bridges on Athwart History- William F. Buckley. 12 minutes


For all of the National Review Online Podcasts visit

or on Itunes subscribe to Between the Covers with National Review Online.


P.J. O'Rourke on Don't Vote It Just Encourages the Bastards

"I like [the Tea Party]. I think that it's amazing that we have a populist movement in America that is demanding less government...It is saying 'Roll back, get outta my face, go away' and I think that's just wonderful," says P. J. O’Rourke, author of Don't Vote It Just Encourages the Bastards.


Thomas Sowell on Dismantling America "Unless [Obama] is terms of losing the votes he needs in Congress to pursue his agenda, I see nothing short of one, domestically, losing the freedoms that we have — which he's taking away one by one — and two, internationally, finding ourselves in generations to come living under the threat of a nuclear armed Iran," says Thomas Sowell, author of Dismantling America.


Stanley Kurtz on Radical-in-Chief

"I did avoid claiming Obama was a socialist...But...I was looking into these socialist scholars conferences which it became...clear Obama attended...And when I saw the programs for [them] my jaw sort of dropped," says Stanley Kurtz, author of Radical-in-Chief: Barack Obama and the Untold Story of American Socialism.


James S. Robbins on This Time We Win.

"If you look at public opinion, the public really didn't follow the media's lead on Vietnam...[I]n fact...polls showed that the American people wanted to escalate the conflict right after Tet. They understood that the enemy was weak. They wanted to win the war and come home," says James S. Robbins, author of This Time We Win: Revisiting the Tet Offensive.


Paul Kengor on Dupes

"Suddenly, we have before us...declassified information that...shows how some people that we thought were liberals and might have been duped, were actually more closet communists who were doing the duping," says Paul Kengor, author of Dupes: How America's Adversaries Have Manipulated Progressives for a Century.


Linda Bridges on Athwart History

"While...Bill and National Review...have not succeeded in preventing certain bad things from happening in the world,  nonetheless [they]...have reminded people...of what the core of Western civilziation is all about, what the core of America is all

about, what kind of standard we should be aiming for," says Linda Bridges, co-editor of  Athwart History: Half a Century of Polemics, Animadversions, and Illuminations: A William F. Buckley Jr. Omnibus.


Andrew J. McCarthy on The Grand Jihad

"The Center for Constitutional Rights...[defends Al-Qaeda in the courts], while its night job is basically running around Europe, trying to get some foreign tribunal to indict Bush Adminstration officials for war crimes, the war crimes being the defense of the [U.S.] and the war on terror," says Andrew J. McCarthy, author of The Grand Jihad: How Islam and the Left Sabotage America.

over five years ago

If this sounds abstract, picture vendors supporting self-support through highly cost effective, flex "contracts" which would cover the middle ground between going it alone and purchasing the 24/7-type support which can prove to be overkill. haha. Wyivgz [url=]canada goose outlet online[/url]
[url=]best place to buy canada goose in toronto [/url] Jclgmp A few high-end treadmills also offer negative inclines to simulate going downhill.. [url=]canada goose voyageur[/url]
[url=]parajumpers[/url] 7254575682 [url=]discount canada goose com[/url]

almost seven years ago

Da para assistir a FOX Sports por esse site

Cheap Cocktail Dresses
over eight years ago

Wholesale Mermaid Wedding Dresses costume is usually stolen by the appearance of formal scarf accompanied by expensive materials like fur, velvet or satin. Head of elegant fabric or fur can flattering to wear a Off the shoulder Wedding Dresses instead. Opera length gloves in white or free add an element of sophistication and elegance.