Here are links/elaborations of things mentioned in Episode 23: CPAC, Guns, and Russians: Oh My!, featuring special guest Rank Punditry:
–Richard Brookhiser on the state of the conservative movement 10 years after William F. Buckley Jr.’s death.
–My essay on Albert Jay Nock, who inspired the name of this podcast.
-My column on why the Trump campaign was (probably) too incompetent to have colluded with the Russians.
–My column asking why so-called “nationalists” aren’t angrier that Russians infringed upon America’s national sovereignty.
-The two wars (or would-be wars) inspired by almost laughably small items: the War of Jenkins’ Ear and the Pig War.
–My review of Dinesh D’Souza’s The Enemy at Home for the Claremont Review of Books.
–The special guns-only, Charles C.W. Cooke-only episode of National Review’s “The Editors'” podcast.
–My review of The Cloverfield Paradox, a movie that is spectacularly bad.