This Week in the New York Times

A Post-Progressive Look at the Progressive Paper of Record

In this new live program, Jeff Salzman gives his unique post-progressive take on the news and opinion of the day. Tune in to find out how the emerging post-progressive perspective can help make sense of our hyper-polarized culture and politics, and more importantly, show us the way forward out of it! This Week in the New York Times will take place live on Facebook every Friday, at 11am MT (10am PT, 12pm CT, and 1pm ET). If you miss it live, you will be able to watch each episode on the Post-Progressive Facebook Group or here at the Post-Progressive Post.

Episode 8: September 17, 2021

 A pro-life Christian column: “Texas’s Abortion Law Should Force America to Change Its Ways” 

Episode 7: September 10, 2021

Critiquing David Brooks’ “When Dictators Find God”. Why premodern sensibilities must be integrated, not converted or paved over.

Episode 6: September 3, 2021

Ross Douthet rebuts Brett Stephens on Afghanistan (I believe both of them). Harvard Divinity School chooses an atheist Head Chaplain.

Episode 5: August 27, 2021

Afghanistan through the developmental lens. The march of the Karens and three definitions of racism.

Episode 4: August 20, 2021

Brett Stephens denounces Biden on Afghanistan. How to think your way to God

Episode 3: August 13, 2021

The IPCC climate story: religious in a bad way and religious in a good way

Episode 2: August 6, 2021

Was I too green last week? Mondo Duplantis pole vaults into integral territory. Heather Cox Richardson and Roxanne Gay on why is everybody so mad. Come In, a poem by Robert Frost.

Episode 1: July 30, 2021

Simone Biles Olympic withdrawal. Seeing the unseen worker, and the unseen aspects of every worker