How to Push Back on Fox
Amanda Carpenter on how two House Republicans are going back after FNC.
Leading The Bulwark…
AMANDA CARPENTER: Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger aren’t giving them a free pass.
🎧 On the Pods… 🎧
Adam Kinzinger exits stage left, Hershel Walker enters stage right, and Liz Cheney goes YOLO. Plus, when will Democrats figure out how to sell their bill? Tim Miller joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast.
NY Magazine’s Jonathan Chait joins, along with The Bulwark’s Amanda Carpenter, to discuss the BBB deal (if there is one) and cancel culture.
For Bulwark+ Members… 🔐
JVL: When evil is celebrated and good men are scorned.
Tim Miller, Mona Charen, and Bill Kristol talk with National Journal’s Josh Kraushaar to about the Virginia governor's race and the false flags on Fox News.
One more show before Virginia.
From The Bulwark Aggregator…
In Today’s Bulwark...
THOMAS LECAQUE: Holy war, the Storm, and the thin line between reality and theater.
BILL RYAN: The author who demonstrates horror has always been elevated.
CHRIS TRUAX: Mar-a-Lago, we have a problem.
ROBERT TRACINSKI: Glenn Youngkin wants to put the Church Lady in charge of cancel culture.
SONNY BUNCH: And an assignment you won't want to skip.
On the Jukebox… As promised, Tim Miller’s Halloween playlist.
Happy Halloween! I hope it’s safe and fun, and if you’re carving a pumpkin, save the seeds, douse them in olive oil and sprinkle some Tony Chachere’s on them and bake them for a great treat.
Not the sharpest team…
The whiplash is something…
Cleveland lost a Man for Others… Mr. Gabor died last night. He was a fixture at my alma mater and was a formational theology and language teacher for tens of thousands of men who came through St. Ignatius. I always got a kick out of his “Think Greek” bumper sticker on his lectern. He was also our athletic director, and was insanely good at it. Recently, we’ve seen stories about fake sports high schools and how they’re really just frauds will to do things the wrong way to get ahead.
But Dale Gabor went about things in a different way, what was called “The Gabor Way”… which was about doing things right and not cutting corners. And his success, 20+ state titles and multiple national championships at a Blue Ribbon school, speaks for itself. I’m just sad that future generations won’t get to meet him. But I’m hopeful The Gabor Way will live on. RIP.
Your weird baseball fact of the day…
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