Monthly Archive: August 2016

Episode 39: Jason Pye Says We Can Rebuild Conservatism While Hating Harambe Memes

Episode 39: Jason Pye Says We Can Rebuild Conservatism While Hating Harambe Memes

For part 2 in our Rebuilding Conservatism series, Jason Pye (Director of Communication at FreedomWorks) joins us. Jason brings us a vision of rebuilding conservatism from a policy perspective that focuses on amplifying and...

My Wife Thinks All White Guys Are Matt Damon

I showed her some Hollywood hotties and asked her to provide their names, and now I’m sharing the hunky pictures with you, dear reader, because that’s what the internet is for: sharing.

Godliness with Contentment Is Hard to Find in 2016

I’ve struggled more in this year to maintain contentment, joy and trust in God than I did when my entire life was up in the air. And I think it’s because I’ve fallen into the trap of putting my trust in earthly security and things that won’t ultimately make me happy.

Episode 37: Being Fair to Hillary, Also Education Sucks

Episode 37: Being Fair to Hillary, Also Education Sucks

For episode 37, the Paradox team is just exhausted with this whole year. Terrible Opinions Zach: The name of the President of the Harvard GOP club is funny and Philip Bump is fine with...

2016 RedState Gathering: Let’s (Not) Talk Politics

The 2016 RedState Gathering was a time for conservatives to come together and remember what unites them in such a divisive year. We took the opportunity to ask some conservative friends to forget about politics for a minute to answer two very important questions: What are you drinking and what are you reading? 

No, the Catholic Church Isn’t About to Ordain Priestesses

In light of Pope Francis’ recent announcement of a commission to study whether the Catholic Church might start appointing female deacons — and someday female priests? — Paradox’s Jordan Ecarma and Zach Noble decided to have a chat about women in the clergy.

I Will Never Vote For Trump

I think we’re all hitting this point. We’re all looking at the failures, the pain, the injustice around us and we are all asking “what is government good for”?