Ricochet is a website for conservatives. The goal of Ricochet is simple: to provide the best center-right conversation on the planet. Ricochet has added more podcasts to the Ricochet Audio Network.
In a press release posted on the Ricochet website, Ricochet announced that The Weekly Standard and The Washington Examiner podcasts will be joining the Ricochet Audio Network.
Beginning May 1st, The Weekly Standard’s The Daily Standard podcast and the Washington Examiner’s Examining Politics Daily will be available on the Ricochet Superfeed and on Ricochet.com, along with the popular pop-culture podcast, The Sub-Standard.
Examining Politics is a daily podcast from The Washington Examiner. It includes the hottest stories of the day and features talents like Byron York, David Drucker, Sarah Westwood, Phil Klein, Susan Ferrechio, Tim Carney, and Emily Jashinsky. In addition, Thursday is Salena Zito’s “Main Street Meets the Beltway,” produced in conjunction with Sirius XM radio.
The Daily Standard describes itself on iTunes as “Your conservative source for analysis of the news shaping US politics and World events”. It is hosted by Michael Graham who leads an all-star roster of the best conservative thinkers including: Bill Kristol, Fred Barnes, Stephen F. Hayes, Andy Ferguson, Jonathan Last, and more. The Daily Standard podcast comes from The Weekly Standard.
The Sub-Standard is also from the Weekly Standard. It is hosted by Jonathan Last, Sonny Bunch, and Vic Matus. The podcast is “a nerdcast for fans of films, videogames, pop culture, and general geekdom.” New episodes are posted every Thursday before noon.