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...
Monthly Archive: August 2016
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.
Labor force participation held pretty steady in the ’00s, but since the recession started, it’s gone down to the lowest point since the 1970s.
Episode 38: Rebuilding Conservatism: Reaching the Voters the GOP Has Ignored (with Guest Evan Siegfried)
Joining us this week is Evan Siegfried, author of the book GOP GPS: How to Find the Millennials and Urban Voters the Republican Party Needs to Survive For our terrible opinions: Evan feels like...
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.
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...
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?
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Hillary Clinton likes money.
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 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”?