Andrea, Grant, Anna, and Matthias are back after a short summer hiatus. Topics discussed include a couple who have lost custody of their children and cannot get them back because of their IQ. Anna then explains why women should never send men to the grocery store. Finally, Trump's staff shakeup at the White House in the last few weeks and what it means for foreign policy in particular.
Andrea, Grant, Matthias, and Anna are back! The group discusses the dehumanizing way America's rural poor are talked about, particularly in regards to their voting choices. They then go on to discuss a New York Times article by David Brooks in which he uses Italian sandwiches and Mexican food as the food that separates the educated from the uneducated.
Andrea, Grant, and Matthias (Anna will be back soon!) discuss the anti-Sharia march/No Hate anti-protest, women in the workplace and in power, bromances, and finally -- Peter ZSuderman's article on American men choosing to leave the workforce and "play video games."
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Andrea, Anna, and Matthias discuss the upcoming Comey hearing and Trump's threat to live-tweet during the proceedings. They then talk about what TV and movies they've been watching lately and wind up back at politics.
Sans Anna this week, Andrea, Grant, and Matthias discuss homeless conservatives, unrest in the Philippines, and the creation of fake news exposed in real time. Topics each co-host had written about over the Memorial Day weekend.
This week, RedState's Kimberly Ross joins Far Beyond the Beltway to discuss her recent article, Christian School’s Reaction To Pregnant Student Reveals Problem Within The Pro-Life Movement.
Other topics discussed: The bombing in Manchester and the media.
Andrea and Grant are joined by Aaron Gardner to discuss Trump's comment that Andrew Jackson would've avoided the American Civil War. They then discuss the Middle East and the letter all 100 U.S. senators signed and sent to the U.N. regarding fair treatment of Israel.
Check out Aaron's article about the tyranny of the narrative at RedState.com.