Nikki Haley’s Final Podcast Appearance?

In this week’s episode of The Reason Roundtable, editors Peter Suderman and Katherine Mangu-Ward welcome back Nick Gillespie, alongside special guest Christian Britschgi. The editors check in on Nikki Haley’s slight surge in the Republican primary race and then assess the Democratic Party’s growing fears about the state of Joe Biden’s reelection campaign.

00:32—Nikki Haley’s campaign situation

25:23—Democratic concerns about the Biden campaign

38:19—Weekly Listener Question

40:44—Harvard President Claudine Gay resigns

47:05—This week’s cultural recommendations

Mentioned in this podcast:

“No, Nikki Haley, We Don’t Need to Turn Schools Into Airports, the Place Literally Everyone Hates,” by C.J. Ciaramella

“Haley Rising,” by Liz Wolfe

“Nikki Haley Opposed Boeing Subsidies at Tonight’s GOP Debate. As Governor, She Gave Boeing Millions.” by Christian Britschgi

“Nikki Haley’s Crazy Plan To Require Verification on Social Media,” by Robby Soave

“2024 GOP Candidates Are Competing To Restrict Immigration,” by Fiona Harrigan

“Republicans Pivot to Bombing Iran in Third Debate,” by Eric Boehm

“My Favorite Things (TSA Version),” by Remy, Austin Bragg, Meredith Bragg, and John Carter

“Southern Nationalism,” by Charles Oliver

“Blame Joe Biden and the Fed for Inflation,” by Nick Gillespie and Vernon Smith

“Joe Biden’s $11 Trillion Plan To Bankrupt America,” by Nick Gillespie

“Real Man of Genius: Joe Biden,” by Nick Gillespie and Dan Hayes

“Blessed Are the Shitposters,” by Liz Wolfe

“Does A.P. Really Think Conservatives Invented Plagiarism Accusations?” by Robby Soave

“Harvard’s Affirmative Action Hire Gets the Boot,” by Liz Wolfe

“Harvard President Claudine Gay Resigns After Plagiarism Scandal,” by Robby Soave

“Hell Hath No Fury,” by Liz Wolfe

“Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again,” by Nick Gillespie

“Artifact: Andy Warhol’s Ironic Achievement,” by Nick Gillespie

“Supreme Court: Andy Warhol’s Prince Prints Not ‘Transformative’ Enough for Fair Use,” by Joe Lancaster

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Music: “Angeline,” by The Brothers Steve