Here are the shownotes for Remnant episode 46: Comfortable, Smug, But Not Comfortably Smug, with Luke Thompson.

Luke’s podcast, Constitutionally Speaking.

A commercial for the TRS-80 computer.

My article on the problems with the self-pardon.

The Ilya Shapiro Remnant episode.

My argument for why we should enlarge congress. (For those with access to WSJ archives, you can find my original op-ed, “To Reform Congress, Enlarge it,” in the November 5, 1992 edition).

My article on how the Trump era is like the McCarthy era. 

Americans love a winner.

The G-File in which I discussed Judge Curiel.

If you haven’t already (or even if you have) buy a copy of Suicide of the West.

My article on how liberals don’t think they’re ideological.

The Remnant episode with Bryan Caplan. 

Subscribe to NRPLUS.

Finally got invited to go on the NR Editors Podcast, listen to it here.

Be sure to leave a (good) review! You can do so at Stitcher and iTunes.

Seymour Martin Lipset’s example of the national characteristics of the U.S. versus Canada, from his book American Exceptionalism: A Double-edged Sword, page 21:

“This point may be illustrated by examining the results when the American and Canadian governments tried to change the system of measurements and weights to metric from the ancient and less logical system of miles and inches, pounds and ounces. A quarter century ago, both countries told their citizens that in fifteen years, they must use only metric measurements, but that both systems could be used until a given date. The Canadians, whose Tory-monarchical history and structures have made for much greater respect for and reliance on the state, and who have lower per capita crime, deviance, and litigiousness rates than Americans, conformed to the decision of their leaders and now follow the metric system, as anyone who has driven in Canada is aware. Americans ignored the new policy, and their highway signs still refer to miles, weights are in pounds and ounces, and temperature readings are in Fahrenheit.”