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Capitol Fight Club

Capitol Fight Club is a weekly face off between two members of Conservative Review's staff, political insiders on the right, versus two guests from the left side of the political spectrum. CR staff members John Gray and Brian Darling are the featured hosts, and CR's Nate Madden is the ref and the moderator of the podcast.
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Nov 18, 2016

In our first time back in the ring since last week’s election results, the beltway is abuzz with cabinet talk. The Sams are out this week, so Brian and John are joined by the Daily Caller’s Chris Bedford and former Reagan administration official Bruce Fein to talk about the forthcoming Trump cabinet, what they actually remember from election night, and how Facebook employees are once again trying to censor your newsfeed.

Round 1:

John, Brian, Bruce, and Chris delve into the future of Trump’s administration. What do recent high profile picks like Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala. (A, 87%) as Attorney General, Mike Pompeo, R-Kan., (C, 77%) as CIA director mean for the next four years? Is Trump starting to channel Lincoln, like John Gray writes elsewhere at CR?

Round 2:

The gang discusses the latest Silicon Valley attempt to crack down on conservative media by limiting so-called ‘fake news” sites, and what it means for free speech in the media market going forward.

About The Show

Capitol Fight Club is a weekly face-off between two political insiders on the Right versus (usually) two on the Left. Darling and Gray (editor of The Ideas Factory) worked for Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and both write for Conservative Review. 

Nate Madden of CR is the moderator and producer of the podcast.

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