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Trump: What do white evangelicals think? — interview with Joanna Piacenza | VIEWPOINT
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Trump: What do white evangelicals think? — interview with Joanna Piacenza | VIEWPOINT

Joanna: I think that the Me Too movement might have happened if Trump was not in office, if Clinton got elected, but it would not be happening to the degree that it is happening right now. Dan: Joanna, thank you

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Does the popular vote matter with the electoral college and superdelegates? | IN 60 SECONDS
South Korean election 2017: Challenges facing new president Moon Jae-in | IN 60 SECONDS
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South Korean election 2017: Challenges facing new president Moon Jae-in | IN 60 SECONDS

The stakes are very high for newly-elected South Korean president Moon Jae-in. He faces the dangers of Kim Jong-un of North Korea, who has increased the pace of his missile and nuclear tests, and is seeking to show us in

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Forming a government under the Constitution (1984) | ARCHIVES
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Forming a government under the Constitution (1984) | ARCHIVES

Announcer: From the nation’s capital, the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research presents Public Policy Forums, a series of programs featuring the nation’s top authorities presenting their differing views on the vital issues which confront us. Today’s topic, Forming

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George Will and Jonah Goldberg — The conservative sensibility | VIEWPOINT
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George Will and Jonah Goldberg — The conservative sensibility | VIEWPOINT

George: There are no southern conservative democrats anywhere, there are no liberal republicans anymore. And is everybody happy? I don’t think so. Jonah: Hi, George. Thanks for being here. Delighted to talk to you about “The Conservative Sensibility,” which is

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Evo Morales and the threat to democracy in Latin America | IN 60 SECONDS
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Evo Morales and the threat to democracy in Latin America | IN 60 SECONDS

Recently, leftists won landslide elections in Argentina, and left-of-centre candidates won key mayoral posts in Colombia. For all its faults, democracy works in Latin America. But fair elections weren’t good enough for Bolivia’s leftist President Evo Morales, who was caught

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Trump’s first 100 days: How could the Democrats respond? | IN 60 SECONDS
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Trump’s first 100 days: How could the Democrats respond? | IN 60 SECONDS

Well, Democrats may have an intention of resisting Donald Trump on a lot of issues in his first 100 days and in the first two years of his administration. They don’t have the votes to effectively stop him, at least

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Will the Democrats come back? — with Jeane Kirkpatrick (1994) | THINK TANK
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Will the Democrats come back? — with Jeane Kirkpatrick (1994) | THINK TANK

Ben Wattenberg: Hello. I’m Ben Wattenberg. The effects of the election earthquake of November 8 are still rumbling across the political landscape. Today we begin a two-part look at the future of America’s political parties. First, the Democratic Party: Can

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Nationalism: A benefit for America? — with Rich Lowry and Colin Dueck | VIEWPOINT
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Nationalism: A benefit for America? — with Rich Lowry and Colin Dueck | VIEWPOINT

Rich: There is a cultural nation that depends on our heroes, on our symbols that I think is under assault. And if left undefended, we all sort of strip away the foundations of the nation. Colin: Rich, welcome to AEI.

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Could there still be a contested Democratic convention? | IN 60 SECONDS