Posted:May 16, 2017
The Wright Show | May 16, 2017 | Robert Wright & Jeffrey Lewis
Matt Lewis says the desire to oppose liberals is leading conservatives down a path of intellectual corruption. Plus: Does Karen Handel’s win mask a threat to GOP dominance?
Heather Hurlburt and Daniel Drezner discuss how Trump could inspire Europe to take its defense into its own hands. Plus: Has the populist wave crested?
The Wright Show
Comedy writer Owen Ellickson on why it’s hard to make good jokes at the president’s expense.
Political scientists Robert Farley and David Brockington discuss whether it makes sense to compare election trends across the UK, France, and the US. Plus: Jeremy Corbyn as a case for compromise.
Alexandra Bilak, Director of the Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, explains the challenge of aiding populations who are forced to migrate within national borders.
The Glenn Show
Glenn Loury and John McWhorter consider parallels between unrest at the school and the nature of religious zealotry. Plus: Should HBO fire Bill Maher?