MI senior fellow Christopher F. Rufo and journalist Abigail Shrier join Brian C. Anderson to discuss their stories in City Journal’s new California special issue and the long-term trajectory of the Golden State.
New York City Department of Corrections commissioner Louis A. Molina joins Manhattan Institute fellow and City Journal contributing editor Charles Fain Lehman to discuss the state and future of the Rikers Island jail complex.
Manhattan Institute senior fellow Brian Riedl joins Brian Anderson to discuss the debt ceiling, the limits of prioritization, and the unsustainable long-term future of federal spending.
City Journal contributing editor and longtime Time essayist Lance Morrow joins Brian Anderson to discuss the history of journalism. His new book, The Noise of Typewriters: Remembering Journalism, is out February 28 and available for pre-order now.
Manhattan Institute policy analyst Zach Goldberg joins Brian Anderson to discuss the growing prominence of college-educated whites in the Democratic Party, how this group increasingly sets the party’s agenda, and the implications of the changing Democratic coalition for the GOP.
Manhattan Institute graduate fellow Daniel Di Martino joins Brian Anderson to discuss the wave of migration to New York City, the roots of the federal border crisis, and the policies needed to fix the U.S. immigration system.
Rafael Mangual joins Brian Anderson to discuss the killing of Tyre Nichols in Memphis and the broader criminal-justice landscape.
Lee Zeldin, the former congressman and 2022 Republican nominee for governor of New York, joins Reihan Salam to discuss the lessons of his campaign and the political future of the Empire State.
Critic Adam Kirsch joins Brian Anderson to discuss his new book, The Revolt Against Humanity: Imagining a Future Without Us, out now.
Journalist John Hirschauer joins Brian Anderson to discuss the closure of Pennsylvania state-run institutions for the developmentally and intellectually disabled, the historical roots of deinstitutionalization, and New York City’s changing approach to the seriously mentally ill.
Doctor and economist Joel M. Zinberg joins Brian Anderson to discuss the "tripledemic" of Covid, flu and RSV, the relationship of public health and epidemiology to real-world evidence, and the Covid situation in China.