The Conservatarians

The Conservatarians

Published by: The Ricochet Audio Network
50 Episodes | First Released: May 25 '19 | 🇺🇸
Ricochet Editor-in-Chief Jon Gabriel and Stephen Miller of FoxNews.com bring a conservative/libertarian perspective to politics, pop culture, and the issues of the day.
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jeffmorgan7
Sep 25 '19
Rating:   10
Informative and entertaining!

Jon and Stephen provide a great reasoned look back on the week’s events. I love Stephen’s rants, and the more low key Jon is the perfect partner for him. I enjoy both these guys on Twitter, so was happy to discover they have a podcast. The Trump/Greenland episode was hilarious! I’m not even a big music guy, but they really do give some great recommendations.

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@jackbrazen
Sep 11 '19
Rating:   10
Awesome Podcast

Some entertaining sanity in a sea of idiocy.

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Orono55356
Sep 9 '19
Rating:   10
Bravo!

Truly the best podcast out there. Although, I wish they would do less obscure music reviews and more bashing of the idiots calling themselves “journalists.”

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mitch wiggins
Sep 7 '19
Rating:   10
Great podcast

Best political podcast out there. Always funny

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Mr. E. Righter
Sep 1 '19
Rating:   10
Funny and incisive

These guys are great and aren’t beholden to one political side. Great music recs as well.

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Run long
Aug 26 '19
Rating:   10
Gold Jerry, Gold

In an insane world, these guys make political news tolerable with a healthy dose of wit and facts.

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Ericb1980
Aug 11 '19
Rating:   10
Best political podcast available

It’s tremendous,smart, funny, great politics. Can’t recommend it highly enough.

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jdnoble
Jul 21 '19
Rating:   10
Great way to end the week

It is wonderful to hear someone talk about politics and culture and NOT have it revolve around the solar system of Trump and whoever is his latest leftist foil. Miller and Gabriel will lift the veil from your eyes about the utter lack of importance that governmental politics truly carries in our lives.

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Andybird07
Jul 15 '19
Rating:   10
Favorite podcast

This is hands down my favorite podcast. Stephen’s rants are so closely near my own takes on things, it’s eerie. Jon sometimes has a hard time getting a word in, but when he does it’s glorious.

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DogmaSux
Jul 2 '19
Rating:   8
Stop the creepy heavy breathing into the mic

Generally good discussion of current political events. But listening to Ep. 35, with guest Lis Smith, it is clear that host Stephen Miller is a member of the Really Bad Interviewer Club. Like Charlie Rose, he doesn't know when to stop asking a question and let the guest answer it. Only when he runs out of breath does he shut the f--- up and let his guest answer. Also, can someone teach Miller to stop the creepy heavy breathing into his microphone?

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KennedyX8
Jul 2 '19
Rating:   10
Excellent

My favorite podcast. It helps that I generally agree with these guys on most things though. The music recommendations are a nice plus as I’ve found some good tunes from this show. Recommendation: get Comfortably Smug on as a guest.

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Kenny Brockelstein
Jun 29 '19
Rating:   10
Excellent

Fantastic podcast. And thanks for the Orville Peck tip!

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Jakdec22
May 26 '19
Rating:   10
Lively, topical and thoughtful

Miller and Gabriel are like a lone of those unexpected “buddy” pairs - a pairing that really works. Distinct in their respective styles, they breezily build on each other’s insights and observations, maintaining an easy conversational pace. Highly recommended!

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ClaireFrances1900
May 2 '19
Rating:   10
Intelligent thoughts and conversation

I feel like I am eavesdropping at a restaurant listening to the guys in the booth behind me. Enjoying it, sometimes wishing the one constantly laughing at his own puns (Miller) would let the other speak more. Jon has a wise philosophical mind, hope he writes a book or two. Stephen seems young, likely doesn’t have much life experience , compared to Jon, a submarine veteran, family man. Stephen would expand his horizons and views on life if he stopped using twitter all day and night. No growth doing that, and not a career. He also would benefit career wise ,respect wise, by attempting a professional look.

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Donovar2
Mar 31 '19
Rating:   10
Excellent podcast

I rarely review anything online or anywhere else. But this padcast is well done, topical, amusing and definiterly worth checking out. I enjoy the music recommendations as well (I write this as a 65-year old who mostly listens to classical).

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Mhj300
Mar 26 '19
Rating:   10
Great listen

Hello internet friends, I’m someone who doesn’t normally write reviews on anything (Amazon, iTunes etc) but feel like I will for these guys. I find that their commentary covers a lot of ground that from what I see, a lot of angry people should take a step back and listen to. I would say I’m pretty close to Millers take on things, not left and disillusioned with the right. Check it out.

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Ralph and Martha Wright
Mar 25 '19
Rating:   6
LET JON SPEAK!!!

They can’t pronounce Mark Levin’s, Dana Loesch’s and most other people’s names. You’d think they’d know basic stuff like this.Fun to listen to for political content AND to see how many times Miller can use the phrase "kind of" in each episode. Miller also tends to say he has nothing to say, then interrupts Jon and filibusters for five or ten minutes at a time, while guffawing at his own jokes into the mic. Needs a pop screen on the mic.The music recommendations are fairly predictable: shoegaze, New Order and Scandinavian.

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TiaBeli
Feb 26 '19
Rating:   10
My favorite podcast!

Jon and Stephen are spot on with their commentaries. Younger voices..just sifting through the nonsense & hoopla of our politics and media. Pirates of the GOP is still my favorite episode.

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LindaGS1
Feb 10 '19
Rating:   10
Great

Really enjoy listening to you two !

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Propositionjose
Jan 13 '19
Rating:   2
UnListenable; mostly.

Gabriel is insightful and enjoyable. Unfortunately, the majority of the show is his compatriot (who for some reason cannot pronounce common words) telling you about things he tweeted.

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